Pep Guardiola plots move for highly-rated Chelsea youngster

first_imgPep Guardiola is “infatuated” with Chelsea wonderkid Billy Gilmour and is desperate to bring him to Manchester City, according to reports.Advertisement Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The World8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?18 Cities With Neverending Tourist-Flow7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body? Loading… Gilmour even picked up the man-of-the-match award against the Premier League’s runaway leaders on what was only the sixth senior appearance of his professional career.The diminutive Scot has also attracted interest from the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona, but according to El Desmarque, it is Guardiola that wants to seal his signature “as soon as possible.”Frank Lampard spoke glowingly of the Scot after Tuesday’s match, saying: “I have absolute trust in Billy.“I remember when he first came on against Sheffield United and we drew the game, people questioned this kid, but I have no problem with him.“If he’s small in stature he’s huge in personality, and he’s also huge in talent. When I look at a midfield player I have lots of questions.The 18-year-old wasn’t phased by high-class oppositionRead Also: Chelsea in transfer talks to sign Germany wonderkid“Do you want to receive the ball in all positions and all moments? Yes, he does. Do you want to make angles and pick the right pass? Yes, he generally does. Will you put your foot in? Yes, he does.”Gilmour, who has been on the radar of youth football experts for a number of years, was recruited by the West Londoners from Scottish giants Rangers back in 2017.The Blues were subsequently slapped with a transfer ban by Fifa after being found guilty of “at least 29 breaches” of regulations regarding the signing of minors.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The 18-year-old impressed with his poised, all-action performance for the Blues against Liverpool on Tuesday night at Stamford Bridge.last_img read more

Premier’s big two clash in Munster Junior Cup

first_imgClonmel Town meet holders St Michael’s in the Dr Pat O’Callaghan Complex at 2 o’clock.There are two other ties in the South Tipp section of the competition – St Nicholas and Tipperary Town kicks off  at 11 while the encounter between Peake Villa and Clonmel Celtic starts at 2.last_img

Charlene Boehm, 84, Wellington: Aug. 25, 1928 – Feb. 12, 2013

first_imgCharlene BoehmCharlene Boehm, 84, of Wellington, passed from this world into her Saviors arms on February 12, 2013 at Sumner Regional Medical Center.Funeral services will be held at 2:00 P.M., Friday, February 15, 2013 at the First Baptist Church in Nash. Burial will be in the New Home Cemetery. Visitation will be held Thursday from 9:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. at the Hawks.-Shelley Funeral Home in Wellington. To honor her memory memorials may be made to the Golden Living Center in Wellington or the First Baptist Church of Nash, Okla. For further information or to send a condolence please visit was born on August 25, 1928, 3 ½ miles east of Jet to Charles and Lila Jett Trimble. She was the oldest of four children. On January 31, 1947 she was united in marriage with Delbert Boehm in Anthony. They lived most of their married life on a farm south of Nash, Okla.. Charlene was a very caring and loving wife, mother and grandmother. The last six years of her life she spent in Wellington. She stayed with her daughter and her husband for two years and spent the remaining four in Golden Living Center in Wellington. This was due to a stroke and dementia. Charlene was a member of the First Baptist Church in Nash. Those remaining to share her legacy, are her brother, Gerald Trimble of San Diego, CA., son Delbert Boehm Jr. and wife Teri of Jet, Okla., daughter Peggy Lawrence and her husband Richard of Wellington, step daughter Jackie Jeanine Durante of Medford, Okla.. Grandchildren, Candi Bonine of Cushing, Okla., Cara Martin and husband Chester of Enid, Okla., Gage Boehm of Jet, Okla., Brady Lawrence and wife Stephanie and Clinton Lawrence and wife Sarah of Wellington, step granddaughter, Wailani Gjertsen and husband Paul and family of Chicago, Illinois, and step grandson, Terry Twedell and wife Lisa of Burleson, Texas, four great granddaughters and 6 great grandsons and good friend Jeep Rutherford. Charlene was very proud of her heritage. Her grandfather Henry Jetts’ family founded the town of Jet. She spent many summers as a child with grandpa and grandma “Mattie” Jett.center_img Charlene is preceded in death by her parents, husband, two year old brother, Jimmy Ray Trimble, sister and brother-in-law, Jo and Max Yoder, and good friends D D and Virginia Skaggs.last_img read more

Sherwood insists he will NOT stand in Aston Villa striker’s way amid Liverpool rumours

first_img1 Christian Benteke in action for Aston Villa Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood insists he will NOT stand in Christian Benteke’s way should the striker want a summer move away from Villa Park.The Belgian is likely to be a transfer target for big clubs in the coming months, with Liverpool the latest to be linked after his run of nine goals in eight games.Sherwood has no intention of selling the big Belgian but concedes if Benteke wanted to go and the money was right, he would be allowed to leave.He said: “I haven’t heard anything about that, but it’s good news that people are talking about Christian again because he’s scoring goals and if he’s scoring goals for us, we’re happy.“I’ve no idea what he’d cost, because I don’t want to sell him. It would have to be a lot of money for anyone to take him from us.“He’d be too expensive for a great deal of clubs in the Premier League. But we’re not looking to sell our assets and he’s certainly one of those.“If a player doesn’t want to play for the club anymore and the club he wants to go to meet the valuation then I think it’s always best to let them go.”The former Tottenham boss added: “It would be about the market value of what’s out there but I have no intention of selling Christian.“He’s enjoying his football and I saw some positive things said by his agent, saying he had not talked to other clubs or seen any interest from other clubs and that Aston Villa were playing the best football out of any team in the league. I think he was spot on there.”last_img read more