#COYS

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Parsed Name : Coys
Country : GB
Repeat Score : 659
Created : 09/19/2021
Updated : Last Sunday at 7:31 AM

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WRC steps up arrests of unlicensed water drillers

The Water Resources Commission (WRC) says it has stepped up efforts to arrest and prosecute unlicensed water drilling contractors operating in the... (Author: Gardener)

WRCThe Water Resources Commission (WRC) says it has stepped up efforts to arrest and prosecute unlicensed water drilling contractors operating in the country. According to the commission's head of planning, Dr. Bob Arthur, about 10 unlicensed water drilling contractors were arrested and faced with severe penalties, including confiscation of the rig and being fined GHC 60,000 for operating without a permit. He said the WRC registered and licensed 200 water drilling contractors across the country last year under Regulations 23(1) and (3) of the Drilling License and Groundwater Development Ordinance (2006) L. He urged the public to use the services of licensed water drilling contractors in Claiming to use their expertise in approved equipment to prospect and drill water through environmentally friendly means for safer water. At a water forum in Accra yesterday, Dr. Arthur cautioned that members of the public using the services of unlicensed companies could also be prosecuted, as provided by the law. The theme aimed to draw attention to the hidden water resource that has become crucial but has not yet been fully recognized in sustainable development policy making and the crucial role of groundwater in water and sanitation systems, agriculture, industry , ecosystems and adaptation to climate change . dr Arthur said any company caught a second time drilling illegally would be banned from operating in any part of the country. As required by law, he explained that well owners must register their wells with the Commission to enable the effective management and sustainable use of groundwater resources in the country. dr Anthony Dua of the Center for Scientific and Industrial Research at the Water Research Institute (CSIR-WRI) advised the public to test the quality of water taken from boreholes or wells at the various water laboratories every six months to ensure it is safe for human consumption . Enumerating the importance of groundwater, he noted that it provides nearly 50 percent of the world's drinking water and 40 percent of the world's irrigation water, and preserves biodiversity and terrestrial ecosystems such as wetlands and rivers. dr Dua explained that groundwater is a strategic resource for climate change adaptation and critical to achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6, which focuses on providing water and sanitation for all by 2030, said Chief Executive Alex Frimpong Karikari Officer Kari Borehole Part of the public's preference for cheap water drilling contractors had led to the continued existence of unlicensed drilling contractors.

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CBN funds 28 Coys with N23.2bn under 100-for-100 policy

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has started implementing its 100 for 100 policy on production and productivity with the disbursement of N23.2 (Author: Gardener)

The Central Bank of NigeriaThe Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has started implementing its 100-for-100 policy on production and productivity with the disbursement of N23.2 billion to 28 companies to accelerate manufacturing output and encourage further diversification of the economy. Launching the program in Abuja yesterday, CBN Governor Godwin Emefiele said 79 applications worth N121.87 billion were originally received from commercial banks for projects in six sectors. "Worth N23.20 billion, these projects include 14 in manufacturing, 12 in agriculture and two in healthcare," Emefiele said, adding the program will support the bank's efforts to spur greater economic growth and create job opportunities. Emefiele said the 100-for-100 PPP is one of the bank's interventions aimed at accelerating productive activity in priority sectors. When fully operational, the projects are expected to create over 20,000 direct and indirect jobs across multiple economic sectors and generate nearly $125.80 million in foreign exchange earnings, Mr. Emefiele said. Five of the selected projects are greenfield projects that want to take advantage of the enormous opportunities in key sectors of our economy. “Under this initiative, manufacturers in critical sectors who want to participate in greenfield projects or expand their existing facilities will have access to cheaper forms of credit at single-digit rates every hundred days, as well as foreign exchange for the procurement of equipment and machinery. he explained. According to Emefiele, applications for the credit facility were carefully screened and assessed against established selection criteria, which are broken down into the following categories: production efficiency and scalability; local content capacity; job creation and human capital development; relevance of the operational sector and potential contribution to economic growth The CBN Governor also announced that the Bank's Agricultural Anchor Borrowers' Program (ABP) had disbursed N927.94 billion to over 4.5 million smallholder farmers to grow 21 commodities nationwide Its Commercial Agriculture Credit Scheme (CACS) has funded 666 large-scale agricultural projects with the potential to create an estimated 70,070 direct and indirect jobs Minister for Labor and Employment Dr Chris Ngige, who also attended the event, which took place at CBN Headquarters, said the 100-ft The r-100 PPP is designed to ensure Nigeria transitions from a consumer to a producer nation. Ngige said the country's economy has not been sustainably diversified to deal with the social crime problems troubling the country. "We know that this country will die if we don't have a central bank that plays center forwards and even goalkeepers today," Ngige said. He said Emefiele is reversing Nigeria's long practice of exporting raw materials by encouraging local productivity and creating opportunities for manufacturers to process raw materials into finished goods. He said Nigeria's latent capacity to produce what it consumes is being activated by Emefiele through schemes such as the 100-for-100 policy.

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The best football-related April Fool's jokes this year

Friday, April 1st, 2022 is of course April Fool's Day. On this day, people play pranks on each other all day long until 12 noon. (Author: Gardener)

this yearThanks to modern technology, it is very easy for individuals worldwide and even in the mass media to participate in April Fool's Day with thousands of others. 101, in turn, has rounded up the best soccer-related pranks of April Fools' Day 2022. One of the day's most bizarre April Fool's jokes came from football.london and involved Tottenham boss Antonio Conte. The Italian is known for changing the food available to his players, with Conte having banned ketchup in the Tottenham canteen earlier this season. However, FL's story on Friday went one step further, running the headline 'Tottenham only lets players eat with their left hands as it increases chances of silverware'. "The club are believed to be monitoring players in the Spurs canteen to ensure they are not eating with their right hands. There is a system of fines for those caught breaking the rules. Losses were also made by club captain Lloris, according to a source, including wearing an Arsenal cap for the day and spending an hour washing up in the Spurs canteen. “It is understood that some players were confused after the first meeting so Paul Gascoigne was brought in to help explain the benefits. The former Spurs midfielder only ate and drank with his left hand during England's successful Euro '96 season and the now 54-year-old told Tottenham players he blamed himself for England's semi-final defeat by Germany because he played with his a bowl Eaten oatmeal right hand that morning.” As well as being snubbed about their eating habits, Tottenham were also told they were welcoming back a former manager on April Fools' Day. Spurs news account 'That Tottenham Feed' ran an article suggesting Jose Mourinho was keen on a North London return and even came up with some quotes that will no doubt haunt Spurs fans: NEW: Jose Mourinho has a return to # is indicated. Tottenham should have the opportunity in the future. “There is one place I would like to go back and finish the job correctly. Not making the League Cup final last season was wrong - I want to win for them." #THFC #COYS pic.twitter.com/1s7Liq6uPG Not the most creative bit but Wolves Fancast claimed the club was up for sale and apparently fooled at least one fan with the tweet: 😄 pic.twitter.com/vv5Wmdc9wp See some more of the best April Fool's jokes below. 8.8 - Arsenal have the second highest ratio on the Celebration Index for their goals this season after Wolves (9.1) - 1.8 above the Premier League average of 7. pic.twitter.com/FUJWmcZaKq 6 - Paul Scholes has scored more toe-shot goals than any other player in Premier League history. pic.twitter.com/8JAdikHu6Z

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A bridge and a coincidence

The importance of a bridge usually depends on its dimensions or its carrying capacity. This account concerns the events leading up to the construction of a (Author: Gardener)

This report looks at the events that led to the construction of a military bridge (Bailey) of insignificant size or carrying capacity, its construction under extraordinary circumstances, and how it became important. 16 BRTF of those days had an extensive stretch of road with many “bottlenecks”, one of which was a body of ice, the so-called glacier, located on the Leh-Chalunka road north of Khardungla (altitude 5,603 m), which is 39 -km from Leh away. The entire road was unpaved, and in most places just wide enough for the army's 3-ton trucks to move in one direction. The road via Khardungla between South Pulu and North Pulu was opened to army vehicles only between May and October each year - civilian vehicles did not go because of the tortuous and risky passage. The stretch of road that passed over this “glacier” at 5,580 m was 80 m long, but due to the loss of about 40% of the rated engine power due to the altitude and the slipping of the wheels on the ice, vehicles could not cross it without the help of one Bulldozers or a recovery vehicle winch at either end of the glacier. Each crossing was time-consuming, and only 5 to 6 Army 3-ton trucks could pass per day per route. In addition, the lane width appeared to be gradually decreasing, making vehicle passage risky. With the passage of even this minimal traffic over the years, and the dumping of boulders and debris onto the ice to ensure better wheel traction, the body of ice had developed a depression or depression in the road surface, making it difficult and risky , even vehicles to wriggle in and out of the dip. With the road virtually unusable, the Army's growing operational commitments required increased operational and logistical loads to be airlifted at tremendous cost. In the summer of 1980, glaciologists from the Geological Survey of India (GSI) were called in to survey the glacier and provide expert advice on its stability. They made a brief on-site visit and reported that the "body of ice" was "in flux" and the only solution was to repave part of the road to bypass it. The time to complete the bypass was estimated at five years, as the machine output is low due to the altitude and snow and ice only allow cutting work for just under 3-4 months a year. Based on the expert's report, a labor estimate has been prepared for the construction of a new road to bypass the glacier at a cost of Rs. 45 lakhs. While the permit for the work was still awaited, the navigability over Khardungla had deteriorated further and the load transport requirement had increased with increasing deployment. This rapidly deteriorating situation put enormous pressure on 16 BRTF to find an immediate solution to the passability issue. There was obviously a need to revisit the problem and informal discussions to find a temporary solution were seen as a good starting point. During one such "conversation" it turned out that after the visit of the glaciologists, when the matter was being discussed one evening in the officers' mess, the officer's wife had suggested building a bridge over the glacier. But in the hot seat of May 1982, and given the urgency of the situation, building a Bailey Bridge across the glacier seemed like a solution worth reconsidering. Exploring the road grades and horizontal curve geometry on either side of the north-facing glacier revealed that it was definitely not possible to build a Bailey bridge to span it. And even supporting the bridge on the body of ice itself, just to span the depression in the ice surface, was considered impossible for experienced hands, because glaciologists had declared the glacier to be "in flux". This opinion was reinforced by reports from GREF pioneers working on site that the glacier was moving as the road width was observed to gradually decrease. This was overcome by manually hacking the ice surface with pickaxes to widen the road (since the bulldozer blade couldn't even make a dent in the hard ice) so the vehicle body wouldn't accidentally hit it. They also pointed to the wreckage of vehicles that had fallen down the valley while crossing the glacier because the vehicle's body had struck the ice wall and the jolt had caused the vehicle to slide on the ice, from which road had slipped and fell down the slope. Regular observations over about 10 weeks of three pegs in a straight line, two on hard ground and one on ice staying in line, and simply checking that the center lines of the road on ground and on ice show no lateral ones Displacement, conclusively showed that the ice body was not moving. Careful observation also showed that the reduction in road width was not due to movement of the ice body, but rather water from melting ice on the upper inclined ice surface refreezing on the road-cut vertical ice surface that did not receive sunlight. I was convinced that the GSI glaciologists' opinion that the glacier was in 'flow state' was wrong based on their brief site visit and reports that the roadway was narrowing. Contrary to expert opinion, belief in this reality was at the heart of the bridge's design and construction. However, even if building a bridge was possible because the body of ice was not moving, there were other issues that needed to be addressed. The proposal to build a Bailey bridge, resting on ice and spanning the depression in the road surface, was questioned by the on-site team, citing experts' opinion on the "state of the river". This involved explaining how simple engineering observations showed that the "glacier" was really an immovable body of ice, and also explaining why the gradually decreasing roadway width did not mean that the body of ice was moving. Questions as to whether the ice would support the weight of the bridge and vehicles moving over it without melting and/or cracking under pressure were answered using Military Engineering Vol. 1. III (Briddenschlag), which chronicles the construction of a bridge by the Russians on the ice of frozen Lake Ladoga each November and its dismantling before the spring thaw for three consecutive winters of the German Army's siege of Leningrad during World War II. Simple calculations set the ice's minimum carrying capacity as well above any possible loading including a generous safety factor. This proved the practicability of a bridge resting on ice. Thinking in 16 BRTF was geared towards building a bridge resting on ice and it was time to seek permission from Srinagar's chief engineer. However, neither the chief engineer nor his employees, who were influenced by the "flow state" opinion of the GSI glaciologists, could be convinced of the stability of the ice body and a bridge located on it. They clung to the view that building a bridge was risky, if not foolhardy. Thus, armed with personal belief in the stability of the ice body and the viability of a bridge founded on it, the difficult decision was made to go against the expert opinion for an emergency work of an unconventional and risky bridge launch to solve the navigability problem over Khardungla. The road sector was ably commanded under 54 RCC / 168 FC Pl. by Maj S. Ramaswamy (Ramu, to his friends) and AEE (M) H.S. (Harry) Rakhraj. Ramu conducted a detailed bridge reconnaissance to show that a 90-foot single-single Bailey (SS) bridge would do the job. He also proposed bridge piers built of stones wrapped in wire boxes and resting on ice. Instead of cement, which does not harden at low temperatures, he pioneered the idea of ​​pouring water that would freeze and bind the stones together into monolithic abutments. An accomplished leader and team builder, Ramu combined efficiency and toughness with genuine understanding and the personal touch. Ramu and Harry formed the bridge team along with an enthusiastic sapper JCO, Nb Sub P. Angamuthu and GREF Pioneers (all around 45 years old and with no experience using Bailey implements) dating back to 1594 and 1601 GREF Pnr Coys. Since at that time all Bailey gear was deployed locally in the 16th BRTF sector and none was in stock, Ramu had to source Bailey components by dismantling small bridges in his road sector and transporting them to Khardungla. The reader may wonder why so much emphasis is placed on building a SS Bailey bridge only 90 feet long, which under normal circumstances could be entrusted to a sapper corporal. The reason is that this bridge was built under several constraints, all of which were overcome through the ingenuity and painstaking work of Ramu and his team. Bridging components had to be lined up along the roadside as the road was narrow, requiring manual carrying of heavy components over 50 meters at great height by inexperienced men already in their forties. A severely limited backspace (only 30 feet) was available for construction, making conventional construction and launch of a Bailey bridge impossible. Therefore, temporary intermediate piers were built on the ice surface, using steel bridging cribs, Bailey walers, and wooden sleepers with simple pulleys mounted on them. The two piers, located 30 feet from the home shore launch rollers, were held together and their bases were prevented from sliding on the ice by pickets driven into the ice. To make matters worse, it was a gradient launch and launch connections to build Nose Bay were not available. This required great care when setting down and stacking, so that the leading bridge girders landed very gently on the pier rollers. The difficult core of logistics – planning and positioning camps and organizing the work, changes to standard procedures and bridge-building drills for untrained, inexperienced troops – and preparatory work was taken up enthusiastically but carefully and systematically by Harry and Angamuthu under Ramu's leadership and direction. Dry stone masonry abutments (1.2m high, 4.8m wide, 1.8m deep) were erected with wire studs and the vertical ice wall was machined to reach the full width of the road and, more importantly, the Launching of the bridge without contamination of the transoms made possible with ice face. This had taken three days of tireless work under the most difficult of circumstances. With only 30 feet of aft space available, it was not possible to follow normal procedures for providing adequate counterweight until the bridge tilted onto the intermediate pier rollers. Ramu, as innovative as ever, had additional crossbeams placed in the bays behind the launch rollers and moved them rearward when the bridge was deployed. The makeshift piers were a constant source of anxiety during the launch, as they merely rested on ice and the slightest jerk of the bridge's launch could dislodge them, with disastrous results for men and equipment. When the bridge approached the makeshift pier and later when the bridge ran on the pier rollers, all jerks had to be eliminated due to the rather unsafe foundation on ice. So the bridge was extended very, very slowly, often only 6 inches at a time, to check that the transoms weren't fouling with the ice surface, the pivot struts weren't fouling with the rollers, and that adequate counterweight was ensured. All activity was slow, as the GREF pioneers were unfamiliar with Bailey's equipment and construction, had to carry heavy components some 50 m (164 ft) away, and worked with reduced oxygen due to high altitude and sub-zero temperatures due to the wind chill effect. Beginning at 0700, the bridge touched the opposite bank rolls at about 1600. The bridge was demolished, the temporary piers dismantled and earth ramps constructed, so it was not until around 7:30 p.m. that a light vehicle was driven across the bridge to mark the completion of the task. The entire operation had taken four days and this was only possible because Ramu and his wonderful team had worked efficiently under exceptionally difficult conditions. The features that made this bridge to solve the navigability problem over Khardungla a reality were the concept overcoming opposing expert opinions, the command and technical risk involved in the decision to implement the concept, and the successful implementation of the concept under exceptionally difficult circumstances and site conditions by Ramu and his team. When we got back to camp and the team met to debrief after completing the task, someone remarked that this might be the highest bridge accessible by traffic. And so it so happened that a 90 foot long SS Bailey bridge, built to solve a problem, "accidentally" and accidentally became the tallest bridge [Note 1]. It was later discovered (more coincidental!) that this bridge was not only the highest navigable bridge, but also had the technical peculiarity of being a semi-permanent bridge over an ice body with its foundations on ice. S.Rakhraj and Nb Sub P.Angamuthu were awarded the BRDB Commendation Card and the COAS Commendation Card, respectively, for their role in the construction of the bridge. Maj S.Ramaswamy was awarded the Visishta Seva Medal for outstanding services to this bridge and other works in its very difficult high altitude road sector which improved communications. Army convoy traffic over Khardungla increased many times over, saving most of the huge recurring costs of air transport of military supplies and even personnel. The bridge made it possible to observe the ice body in winter and from the winter of 1983/84 the road across Khardungla was also kept open in winter, with its enormous military and civilian benefits. The work estimate for realigning the road died a natural death, and in recognition of the work, the Office of the Chief Engineer designed Project Beacon's New Year's 1983 greeting card with a photograph of the bridge on it. Expert articles have been published in leading international journals – The Journal of Glaciology in 1985 [Ref.1], and American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Journal of Construction Engineering in 1986 [Ref.2]. The bridge on ice was also reported in an international seminar in 1991 [Ref.3]. In 1985, the bridge was launched and rebuilt as a 110-foot DS-BB anchored to the mountainside with SWR to shift due to snow shedding from the overlying body of ice. Despite this safety measure, two bridges were lost in snow avalanches, but a new bridge was built each time. In line with the retreat of glaciers throughout the Himalayas, this body of ice was also gradually eroded over the years, and in January 1995 it became possible to replace the bridge, which had been lost in an avalanche, with a stone dam. Today the dam is in reasonably good service and the highest motorable bridge, which was in service for some 13 years, August 1982 to January 1995, is only a memory refreshed by pictures, or its 16 BRTF scale model . Vombatkere, G.; "On the long-term behavior of glacier ice under moving traffic loads - a case study"; Journal of Glaciology, International Glaciological Society, Cambridge, U.K.; Vol. 31, No. 109, 1985, pp. 369-371. Vombatkere, S.G.; "Stability of a Bridge on Ice"; International Conference on Steel and Aluminum Structures, Singapore, 22-24. May 1991 Sponsored by the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering, the Institution of Civil Engineers [London], the Institution of Structural Engineers [London] and the Steel Construction Institute [UK]; Elsevier Publishing; Procedure pp. 980-988. He holds an M.E. degree with honors in Civil Engineering from the University of Poona (1974) and a PhD in Structural Dynamics from I.I.T., Madras (1987).

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Refusing to show up worked for everyone but Harry Kane in this list of players who took the nuclear option to force the clubs to sell... (Author: Gardener)

Cristiano RonaldoRefusing to appear worked for everyone but Harry Kane in this list of players who took the nuclear option to force clubs to sell... Cristiano Ronaldo stayed away from Manchester United on Monday when he was due to report back for the pre-season training, with the club accepting his explanation. But the Portuguese star wants to leave United. Will he have to go that far to get the move he wants? Mahrez strongly refuted the strike in February 2018 after being denied a move to Manchester City in January. "Leicester City have always known where I was and have been aware of my thoughts either directly or through my agents," he said, appearing to think telling people where you are during doesn't count as a strike man there is not where you're supposed to be. Leicester's refusal to sell to City mid-season for less than a whopping £95million twisted Mahrez's knickers, resulting in him staying away from the club for around 10 days and missing many training sessions and a couple of games. He was thought to have joined Arsenal the summer before until the Foxes set foot. For Mahrez, however, it was luck for the third time. City returned in the summer with £60million and Leicester sent him on his merry way. When it looked like he might not get his move in 2018, Courtois just didn't bother to show up for pre-season training. He tried to explain that decision once safely in Spain after Real spent £35m: "Because the transfer was closed I didn't show up as I felt it was better not to disturb the team and squad. Maybe if I went there I didn't want to be toxic so obviously it's a shame because I love Chelsea. And initially it really didn't seem worth the hassle as his Real Madrid career got off to a pretty lousy start. But he eventually rediscovered his mojo and peaked with his performance, incarnated by Lev Yashin, in the Champions League final. It came as "a huge surprise" to Rojo that Louis van Gaal wanted to bring him to Manchester United in 2014, but the defender was determined to do whatever it took to make it happen. He asked me to keep calm, but I couldn't. I called him every day but when it seemed like the transfer wasn't going to happen I refused to work with Sporting." He called me one day when I had refused to train with Sporting and said : "Don't be stubborn. If Manchester United want a player, they won't let you escape. And later it turned out that if he doesn't want a player, Manchester United will still give you a new contract. Ronaldo: an early test of Chelsea rebuild while Man United could start rebuilding Payet told West Ham he would 'never kick a ball for West Ham again', leaving Slaven Bilic a bit confused: 'We said that we don't want to sell our best players, but Payet doesn't want to play for us. We won't sell him." Marseille upped his offer to £25million and the Hammers decided to get themselves shot rather than let him rot. David Sullivan stressed: "To be honest my board and I would have preferred him to stay to set an example because there is no player bigger than the club." The affairs of Sir Alex Ferguson with Daniel Levy were probably limited before United went after Berbatov in 2008. "We made an offer for Berbatov to Tottenham and we have good expectations for that deal to go through," the manager said in mid-July. “I think time will work more for us than against us. Fergie's ease apparently managed to tease Levy, who played hardball as only he could. By the start of the 2008/09 season, United were no closer to his man, forcing Berbatov to up the pressure on Spurs. He started the season on the bench against Middlesbrough and then said he wasn't in the right mood to travel to Sunderland. Fair dos, it's a hell of a long way. That resulted in Berbatov being fined a week, but he stood his ground and again refused to play for Spurs against Chelsea. It went down the drain but United finally struck a deal with minutes on deadline day after paying nearly £30million. The England striker wanted to join Manchester City last summer. Kane's problem was that City didn't want him that much. The champions revealed they would spend around £100m but Daniel Levy would not entertain anything below £160m. So Kane decided to nudge the bear by not bothering to report for preseason practice as scheduled. That's not how Kane would describe it, but that's basically the result of advice from his brother, a guy with a motorcycle and tire marks in his office, who didn't think it wise to put a clause in the six-year contract he agreed to for his sibling Has. Spurs expected their star striker to meet new boss Nuno on Monday, but Kane went to Florida instead. He stayed away all week before releasing a statement on Friday claiming he "wouldn't and would never refuse to exercise". He returned the next day after being somewhat stranded by City's reluctance to really commit to Levy. It was almost three more weeks before Kane accepted that Levy wasn't there to make a move... It was incredible to see the Spurs fans' reception on Sunday and to read some of the messages of support I've received over the past few weeks. I will stay at Tottenham this summer and I will be 100% focused on helping the team succeed. Liverpool wanted to tie the youngster to a new deal in early 2015 but Sterling, or rather his agent, had other ideas. The winger insisted he would not negotiate until the end of the season, after which Aidy Ward insisted: "I don't care about the club's PR and the club situation. He doesn't sign for £700, £800 or £900,000 a week.” Understandably, Liverpool didn't like the cut of his jib. Sterling was free to leave, but not until they received an offer matching their £50million valuation. Man City had rejected offers of £30m and £40m. At that point, it was time for Sterling to return to preseason training. He threw up sick for a few days before refusing to travel on the pre-season tour of the Far East and Australia. Fortunately for Sterling, City ended up spending around £49million. Tevez had previously attempted to leave City when he submitted a transfer request in December 2010. Then, in September of the following year, he refused to come off the bench during a Champions League game at Bayern Munich. City backed Roberto Mancini who claimed Tevez "wanted out of City" while the player, after being suspended and fined, decided he had had enough and returned to Argentina. During his four-month absence, Kia Joorabchian attempted to negotiate a move to AC Milan but when they refused to meet the £25million asking price from City, Tevez was forced to return to Manchester. Mancini resisted the urge to choke Tevez and reinstated the striker in his squad in March, just in time to score four goals as City led United to the Premier League title. Not only did the French defender refuse to play in the 2006 FA Cup semi-finals, he threatened own goals if he faced Manchester City on the opening day of the 2006/07 season, so desperate was he to leave Chelsea. That, along with a host of other allegations, was the blues version of events, a view Gallas refuted: "I never went that far. But if people want to hide behind false accusations to give a reason for me leaving so they can reassure club supporters, then they can. “This is all very, very petty on Chelsea's behalf. But at the same time, I'm not surprised to come on behalf of its new leaders. Even if Chelsea have a lot of money, the new leaders lack class.” After a bitter divorce, Gallas went to Arsenal while Ashley Cole went the other way. The Forest forward was looking to leave in December 1997 when PSV Eindhoven were interested but Dave Bassett offered a compromise to leave at the end of the season and at that point van Hooijdonk fired Forest back into the Premier League. But with Newcastle reportedly ready to pay £7m, Bassett explained he would only consider a £10m offer. "But £10m in 1997 was ridiculous," the striker has said ever since. "It's like trying to sell a cappuccino for £25 - it's for sale but nobody touches it." So van Hooijdonk returned to Holland and refused to come back, a move that "disgusted" Bassett left behind. Van Hooijdonk wasn't a fan of Bassett either, although the manager led Forest back to the top flight. "People say we've become champions, but what the heck? If you were to change all trainers in the cat league, there would still be one champion and three relegated teams at the end of the season. "You mean the cat that's champion is awesome?"

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