Mavs’ Noel, Jazz’s Sefolosha get 5-game drug bans from NBA

first_imgFILE – Nerlens Noel #3 of the Dallas Mavericks rebounds against Denzel Valentine #45 of the Chicago Bulls at the United Center on March 2, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images/AFPNEW YORK — Dallas Mavericks center Nerlens Noel and Utah Jazz forward Thabo Sefolosha have been suspended five games for violating the NBA’s anti-drug program.The league announced the suspensions Tuesday. Noel’s ban will cover the final five games of the season for the lottery-bound Mavericks, starting Tuesday night against Portland.ADVERTISEMENT Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comeback Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Sefolosha had surgery on the MCL in his right knee in January and hasn’t returned. His suspension will begin in the next regular-season or playoff game when he is eligible and physically able to play.Noel’s suspension ends a lost season for a player trying to earn a long-term contract after failed negotiations last offseason resulted in him signing the team’s qualifying offer of just $4.1 million for one year.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownNoel played just 30 games, with most of the missed time coming after surgery for a torn ligament in his left thumb in December. He averaged 4.4 points and 5.6 rebounds in 16 minutes a game in his fourth season in the league Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims LATEST STORIES Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READcenter_img Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery Butler ‘this close’ to rejoining Timberwolves on court Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters View commentslast_img read more

‘Let Us Emulate His Legacies’

first_imgPresident Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has said the passing of the former Chairman of the National Transitional Government of Liberia (NTGL), Charles Gyude Bryant calls for all political affiliations in the country to institute new programs that would enable all Liberians to emulate his legacy.The Liberian leader described the late Chairman, who helped restore peace after 14 years of instability in the country, as “Peaceful, but mentally dynamic, astute and engaging, kind and resourceful, a gentleman in every sense of the word, with a penetrating mind, even in the most difficult of times.”President Sirleaf made these assertions when she delivered a Panegyric last week on behalf of her government and people of Liberia at the funeral service of the former fallen NTGL Chairman. The service was held Wednesday, May 14 at the Trinity Cathedral Episcopal Church in Monrovia.The Liberian government was requested by family members not to give the late statesman a state funeral. Family members said it was willed by Chairman Bryant that government has nothing to do with his funeral.The Liberian President told the audience that the late Bryant was a winsome personality of deep, unpretending humility, foresight and concentration, which portrayed nobility of character and strength of conviction.She noted, “His instincts served him and his country very well, and in trying or vexing situations, he was tolerant in a generous way, allowing the gush of fresh wind to blow through the halls of misunderstanding, shortcomings and obstacles.”President Sirleaf, whom the late chairman peacefully guided in leading to the process of her ascendancy, said he demonstrated vast knowledge of national affairs, underpinned by patience, understanding and a sympathetic attitude to the problems, and willingness to be of assistance when convinced of the necessity that justifies it.  She said these attributes that the fallen NTGL Chairman had, inspired the nation.She said the people of Liberia shared a deep sense of grief occasioned by the death of this pre-eminent Statesman who served and led his country from the shackles of destruction and bore the torch of the democratic order; who served his country magnificently as a business icon with great understanding and zeal to propagate and restore the image of his beloved nation.“The sorrow of the Liberian people at the passing of so great a man, who signified to the world a new air of hope and peace, is being expressed by this celebration of his home going,” she pointed out.As a mark of last respect and a tribute to the late Chairman Bryant’s memory, President Sirleaf called upon all to give due reverence and reflection to this memory.“Let it be celebrated throughout the length and breadth of Liberia by its people at home and abroad, as a day of rejoicing and happy recompense, as well as a day of fondest familiarity and family hood,” she said Liberians should be reminded of how Chairman Bryant superbly navigated the tumultuous sea of self-destruction to bring Liberia into the harbor of national reconciliation.The Bishop Jonathan B. B. Hart, in his funeral discourse, said that membranes of the former chairman will forever remain in the hearts of every Liberian because he was the one who heal the wounds of the nation after over years of brutalities in the country.Bishop Hart noted that the late chairman risked his life in ensuring that peace and tranquility returned to his mother land; a country he loved so dearly.One of the three children of the late chairman, Charles Mleh Bryant, said that their father thought them the sense of humility, respect for others and the fear of God. “I will really miss my daddy because he was a true friend to all of us,” he said with tears rolling down his eyes.Meanwhile, the Trinity Cathedral was the scene of massive turnout of sympathizers including government officials, fraternity brothers and sisters, old friends, former schoolmates, business partners, among others.Following the funeral service, the late chairman’s remains were taken on a cortege with appropriate military escort to its final resting place in the township of Crozierville, Montserrado County where internment took place in the old churchyard of the Christ Episcopal Church.Charles Gyude Bryant, born January 17, 1949, died on April 16, 2014 in his 65th year. As Chairman of the NTGL from October 2003 to January 2006, Chairman Bryant is credited for fully implementing the mandate of the government as outlined in the Accra Peace Accord.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Police nab trio trailing bank customers

first_imgThe Police on Saturday arrested three men, suspected of being part of a gang associated with a number of robberies. The men were arrested at Land of Canaan, East Bank Demerara, on Saturday afternoon after a businessman called the Police from a gas station to report that he suspected he was being trailed by a car after leaving a commercial bank.According to Commander of A Division Clifton Hicken, after the man made the report, the Police intercepted the car, with licence PPP 2662 along the East Bank roadway. The three occupants attempted to escape by exiting the car and boarding a minibus, however, the Police managed to apprehend them. They were taken into custody where they are currently assisting with investigations.According to information, the men are suspected of being involved in a number of robberies where persons were robbed after making large withdrawals at several banks.In the past, the Police had urged persons to exercise caution when making such transactions. Just last month, a man was robbed of a sum of cash at a store on Hadfield Street after being trailed from a bank.Additionally, on that same day a pastor was robbed of .4 million after he left a city bank and was heading home.Last year, Cane Grove rice farmer, Hardat Kissoon, was shot dead in a minibus at Turkeyen Access Road by a man who had trailed him from a city bank, where he had encashed a cheque for 0,000.A man was subsequently arrested and charged for that incident.last_img read more

FA Cup round-up: Ex-Manchester United striker stuns Stoke City

first_img Joshua King scores for Blackburn 1 Another Premier League side has bitten the dust in this season’s FA Cup as Blackburn Rovers knocked out Stoke City to reach the last eight.And the Championship side had striker Joshua King to thank as he blasted in an excellent hat-trick at Ewood Park in the 4-1 victory.It had looked like it would be business as usual when Gary Bowyer’s side went behind just ten minutes into the match; Peter Crouch finding the back of the net as the hosts failed to deal with a Potters corner.But Rovers roared back nine minutes before the break as King nodded the ball home past Jack Butland.And they grabbed the lead seven minutes into added time at the end of the first half when Rudy Gestede converted from the spot after Geoff Cameron was sent off for pulling back King.From there, with their man advantage, the Championship side dominated and it was 3-1 on 50 minutes when the impressive King raced onto a long ball and fired beyond Butland.And the ex-Manchester United forward’s pace told again just ten minutes into the second period as he powered past Steven N’Zonzi before guiding a shot into the bottom corner and put Rovers into the next round.Elsewhere, Reading also progressed to the next stage of the competition as new signing Yakubu gave them a 2-1 win over high-flying Championship rivals Derby County.Two first half cautions saw a red card flourished in the direction of debutant Stephen Warnock as the Rams got off to a shoddy start and their woes were compounded when Hal Robson-Kanu gave their opponents the lead after 53 minutes.On-loan forward Darren Bent did equalise for Steve McLaren’s side but eight minutes from time veteran Nigerian striker Yakubu arrowed home to send Steve Clarke’s Royals through.last_img read more

Job Vacancies: General Operatives and Admin staff sought for Donegal factory

first_imgEuroflex Teoranta are Printers and Manufacturers of high quality flexible packaging film for the food & drink industry in Ireland and Europe.We are looking to recruit General Operatives, Junior Accounts Administrators and Junior Office Administrators for our factory in Derrybeg, Gweedore, Co. Donegal. Job Summary – General OperativeJob Purpose:You will be assigned to a work station within our production process. All production requirements require to be achieved during each shift and that each area is left in a clean and tidy manner before handover to next shift. Strict hygiene and quality policies apply.Key Responsibilities:To ensure the quality of our finished products by following process controls and taking care with the functions of your role.To work to the daily production plan provided for the duration of your shift.To maintain the area in a clean and tidy fashion.Minimise the packaging waste throughout your shift.To record correctly all relevant information required for Production and Quality documentation.To be on the production floor at required work station at the start of each shift.Skills & Qualifications:A competent level of written & spoken English is essential.Ability to work shifts on a pre-assigned rotaWeekend work may be required and must be flexible with working hours.Experience of working in a factory or with machinery is preferableTeam worker & flexibility with team leadersAbility to take and act on instructionTimekeeping & attention to detail with documentation Job Summary – Junior Office AdministratorThis position is for Maternity Cover. Previous office admin experience is essential.Responsibilities and DutiesGreeting Visitors & ClientsReception Duties – Answering and forwarding callsDealing with Email & Phone QueriesFiling & maintaining documentsSupporting team with ad-hoc administrative dutiesData EntryQualifications & SkillsDetail focused with excellent administrative and organisation skillsExperienced in working in fast paced team environment.Strong communication skills both verbal and writtenMotivated with “positive can do” attitude.A minimum 12 months relevant experienceAbility to work under pressure.Excellent organisational skills required.Have a proficient background in MS Office tools (MS Outlook, Excel & Word ).Have the ability to prioritise tasks and someone who can work on their own initiative.Have the ability to engage with the team and to provide support & flexibilityJob Summary – Junior AccountsPrevious Accounts experience is essential.Responsibilities include:Recording supplier InvoicesDaily updating of the Creditors LedgerAdministration accounts workGeneral office duties as requiredWorking closely with accounts team at all timesQualifications & SkillsDetail focused with excellent administrative and organisation skillsExperienced in working in fast-paced team environment.Strong communication skills both verbal and writtenMotivated with “positive can do” attitude.A minimum 12 months relevant accounts experienceAbility to work under pressure.Excellent organisational skills required.Have a proficient background in MS Office tools (MS Outlook, Excel & Word ).Have the ability to prioritise tasks and someone who can work on their own initiative.Have the ability to engage with the team and to provide support & flexibility.To apply please send your CV to Marie by email to accounts@euroflex.ie. Job Vacancies: General Operatives and Admin staff sought for Donegal factory was last modified: May 15th, 2018 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:euroflexGeneral OperativeGweedoreJob VacanciesJunior AccountsJunior Office Administratorlast_img read more

Hours inflated, P.R. aide testifies

first_imgA former administrative assistant at Fleishman-Hillard testified Friday in a federal fraud trial that a senior executive at the public relations firm twice instructed her to inflate bills for the DWP by $10,000. Candice Campbell, who worked for the firm from 1995 until 2004, testified that Senior Vice President John Stodder twice told her to “write up” the Department of Water and Power account by $10,000. She said she had to calculate the hourly rates of various Fleishman-Hillard employees – a difficult task. “It was hard to convert one lump sum into people’s hours,” said Campbell, who received immunity for her testimony in the federal trial. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventStodder and Doug Dowie, former head of the firm’s Los Angeles office, are charged with conspiracy and wire fraud. Campbell told the jury she helped inflate DWP bills regularly after Monique Moret joined the firm as a vice president in September 2002. Moret testified earlier that she would inflate the bills by hand-writing hours onto a billing worksheet to ensure that the company met projected revenue goals. Campbell, Moret’s former administrative assistant, substantiated those claims. When additional hours were needed to meet the forecast, she would ask employees to provide descriptions of activities that she could add to the bill. “I was asked to go to them and get some hours from them. I would give them a copy of the billing worksheet and tell them I needed some hours,” she said. Campbell struggled under cross-examination from Michael Resch, Stodder’s attorney, conceding that when employees gave her additional hours to add to the bill, she did not know that if the hours were fraudulent or simply an oversight. “For all you know, they could’ve worked the time, isn’t that true?” Resch asked. “Yes,” Campbell replied. Earlier Friday, Moret ended her fourth day on the witness stand. josh.kleinbaum@dailynews.com (818) 713-3669160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

WELL-KNOWN BAR FOUND GUILTY OF NOT COMPLYING WITH SMOKING LAWS

first_imgA well-known Donegal pub has been fined €250 and ordered not to sell cigarettes for a period of time because its smoking area was not up-to-standard.Patsy Dan’s Bar in Dunfanaghy.The HSE took a case against Patsy Dan’s Bar in Dunfanaghy which was heard at yesterday’s sitting of Falcarragh District Court. The authority claimed that the smoking area was not compliant with regulations set down.The court was told that there have been discussions about the smoking area between the owners and the HSE since August 2013.Environmental Health Officer Maeve Costello said she called out to do an initial inspection of the premises on January 9th, 2014.She said the smoking area, which is located between the bar and the adjoining Rooney’s Nightclub, was not compliant in her view.She made a number of recommendations to the owners and said it appeared they were taking those recommendations on board.The court was shown various diagrams in which Ms Costelloe claimed the smoking area was not compliant.Ms Costelloe said she returned to the premises in September, 2014 and while some changes had been made, other aspects had not been complied with.There was various legal argument between Ms Costelloe and Mr Patsy Gallagher, solicitor for the owners Brendan and Ciara Devine.Mr Gallagher argued that there was more than 50% ventilation in the area and that this was more than enough for patrons.However, Ms Costelloe argued that more than two thirds of the yard, which measures a total of 6.4 metres by 2.6 metres, was covered by a roof.Solicitor for the HSE, Ms Lisa Finnegan said the reality was that plans were produced and that if they were changed, the case would not be before the court.Judge Paul Kelly put this to Mr Gallagher saying that if his client did what he said he was going to do then “we would not be here.”However, Mr Gallagher added “We’re saying the ventilation is there are that we are compliant. There is a substantial yard and ample ventilation which exceeds 50%.”Judge Kelly said he had found that the bar was not compliant.He said proprietors were trying to make smoking outdoors as comfortable as possible for their patrons but that they were running into problems with the legislation as a result.He fined the operating company of the bar, Cape Verde Sol, a total of €250 and awarded costs of €1,250 against them.He also said there was a mandatory disqualification from selling cigarettes and ordered this to last two days.He applied the probation act to Mr and Mrs Devine.WELL-KNOWN BAR FOUND GUILTY OF NOT COMPLYING WITH SMOKING LAWS was last modified: January 22nd, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalDunfanaghyMaeve CostelloPatsy Dans Barsmoking lawslast_img read more

Scotland 2-2 England: Three Lions stars rated and slated

first_img Marcus Rashford – 6 – Playing in a wider role, Rashford held his position well and caused the Scotland defence a number of issues with his pace. Struck the post in the second half after a Scotland deflection. 14 14 14 Eric Dier – 5 – Playing in his favoured midfield role, Dier looked ponderous and unaware of his surroundings as Scotland pressured the Tottenham player into mistakes. Created one key opening for Kane 14 14 Joe Hart – 5 – The Manchester City goalkeeper endured an afternoon to forget after his questionable positioning allowed Griffiths to score a brace of free-kicks. 14 14 14 14 14 Harry Kane’s last gasp equaliser saved Gareth Southgate’s blushes as his England side rescued a point against Scotland in their World Cup qualifier.The Three Lions looked set for a humiliating defeat after Leigh Griffiths scored a brace of free-kicks in the dying minutes of normal time.England, however, refused to lie down as they registered what could be an important point in their quest to qualify for Russia.But just how did the England players perform in Glasgow?Click the right arrow, above, to see talkSPORT’s player ratings for the Three Lions… Kyle Walker – 5 – The in-demand fullback played extremely narrow as part of a flat England back-four. Guilty of attempting to pull off the spectacular when a routine pass was needed. SUB – Jermain Defoe – N/A – Not enough time to make an impact 14 SUB – Raheem Sterling – 7 – Another substitute who made a vital contribution. With England desperately searching for an equaliser, Sterling delivered a wonderful deep cross for Kane to volley home. Harry Kane – 6 – Largely fed off scraps, but the Tottenham striker kept his cool in the dying seconds to rescue a draw. Guilty of fluffing his lines early on when given room to operate. 14 14 Ryan Bertrand – 6 – Another fullback who was largely happy to sit back and stay solid as a defensive unit. Failed to provide any attacking spark and will see his place in the team come under scrutiny when Rose returns. 14 SUB – Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – 7 – Made a near instant impact after stepping off the bench. A fine individual run created space for the Arsenal man to exploit and his efforts were rewarded by some sloppy goalkeeping by Gordon. Adam Lallana – 6 – Linked up well with the likes of Alli and Rashford, but couldn’t provide the constant threat that Southgate would have expected of him. Dele Alli – 6 – The elegant midfielder threatened in behind with his bursts of energy, but the youngster miscued a number of routine passes when his teammates needed precision. Jake Livermore – 5 – The destroyer of a midfielder nearly ruined England’s chances of securing a positive result after giving away a free-kick in the closing minutes. Booked for a hasty foul in an uninspiring performance. Chris Smalling – 5 – Looked unnecessarily hurried at times and created panic amongst his teammates during set-pieces. Michael Keane will be confident of replacing the Manchester United defender in the heart of the defence. Gary Cahill – 6 – The Chelsea defender enjoyed a quiet afternoon as he was largely untroubled by the Scotland attack. Powerful in the air when called upon. last_img read more

PICTURE & RESULTS SPECIAL FROM THE RUNDONEGAL 5K

first_imgThere’s a fine looking ‘woman’ hitting the trackPIX: CONOR McGONAGLE…Pink was definitely the colour as hundreds of women (and one or two suspected men!) braved windy and at times wet conditions at Finn Valley earlier today for the Rundonegal Women’s 5k.Proceeds on this occasion are going to Paedriatric Unit LGH to purchase a recovery incubator for new born babies.(There was an inquiry afterwards when Eunan McBride came 8th!) The funds will be increased with the organisation of a coffee morning at Cristeph Gallery Thursday morning from 10.30.A final figure will be announced after that and indeed should anyone wish to purchase a race t shirt and add to the figure contact Grace Boyle 0868092354.1940Catriona Devine00:19:20SWFinn Valley A C2928Kay Byrne00:19:56SWFinn Valley A C3932Gillian Marley00:20:43JWMilford A C4914Siobhan Gallagher00:20:51SWIndividual5215Eimear Mc Dermott00:21:10MWFinn Valley A C6991Catherine Dooher00:21:10MWFinn Valley A C7965Sharon Black00:21:47SWLetterkenny A C8495Eunan McBride00:22:16JMIndividual9788Sabrina Mackey00:22:18SW24/7 Triathlon10791Clionna Dunne00:22:33SWIndividual11994Lauralee Penrose00:22:38JWFinn Valley A C12995Eimear Kelly00:22:44JWFinn Valley A C13790Mrs Swan O’Donnell00:22:57SWIndividual14821Daniella McNamee00:23:06SWIndividual15490Sharon Hamilton00:23:08MWFinn Valley A C16494Jacinta McBride00:23:22SWConvoy17493Mary Harper00:23:22SWIndividual18780Rachael 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Gallagher00:28:52SWIndividual114488Catriona Gilligan00:28:59SWFV Fit4Life115839Seamus McCullach00:29:00SWIndividual116172Siobhan Friel00:29:02SWCastlefinn Runners117171Ann-Marie O’Hagan00:29:03SWCastlefinn Runners118179Angela Mc Connell00:29:03SWCastlefinn Runners119804Helen Logue00:29:04SWFVLC1201748Ann Marie Gibbons00:29:06SWFV Fit4Life121936Mary Ruddy00:29:12SWIndividual122273Charlene Rushe00:29:12SWFV Fit4Life123282Tina Mc Glynn00:29:12SWFV Fit4Life124269Karina Mc Menamin00:29:12SWFV Fit4Life125786Lydie Wiley00:29:19SWIndividual126236Nicky Maguire00:29:22SWIndividual127217Lavinia Caulderbanks00:29:26MWConvoy Runners128990Jillian McElhinney00:29:27SWIndividual129816Eleanor Campbell00:29:36SWFinn Valley A C130158Corinna Catterson-Flynn00:29:37SWCastlefinn Runners131820Amanda Stevenson00:29:38SWIndividual1321773Ellen Gallen00:29:40JWAghyaran Athletics133939Maureen Gamble00:29:43SWIndividual134819Laura McGinley00:29:44SWIndividual135781Catriona McDaid00:29:46SWIndividual136802Marie 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Carlin00:46:24SWIndividual279992Clare Kane00:46:41SWIndividual280840Melanie Anderson00:48:20SWIndividual281783Mary McDermott00:48:20SWIndividual282782Kathleen Coyle00:48:24SWIndividual283836Isobel McNulty00:48:24SWIndividual284918Marie O Brien00:48:25SWIndividual285784Alison Johnston00:50:38SWIndividual2861774Annice Gallen00:50:38JWAghyaran Athletics287873Bernie Thompson00:51:18SWIndividual     PICTURE & RESULTS SPECIAL FROM THE RUNDONEGAL 5K was last modified: April 6th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:2014Finn Valley ACLGHResultsRunDonegal 5klast_img read more

Orlando Pirates give Micho bumper five-year deal — reports

first_imgComments FOOTBALL–Former Uganda Cranes coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has signed a bumper five-year deal at an undisclosed fee media reports from South Africa indicate.Micho terminated his contract with Uganda citing unpaid arrears, although reports were rife even before the unceremonious departure that the Serbian tactician had offers from several clubs, including Absa Premier League struggling giants Orlando Pirates.https://twitter.com/FarPostSA/status/892015560137035777Orlando Pirates are understood to have offered Micho $50,000 per month, which is five times what Fufa was paying the 47-year-old coach who helped exorcise Uganda Cranes Afcon jinx in September last year.The new salary is just a few dollars short of the $54,000 Fufa owed the tactician in six months of unpaid wages.Fufa on Monday replaced the Serbian with his former assistants Moses Basena and Fred Kajoba, who have been mandated to handle Uganda Cranes CHAN qualifier against Rwanda and the World Cup qualifer double header against Egypt.The federation said it was not receiving applications from coaches as per now.https://twitter.com/DiskiStyle/status/892020051431362567The news of Micho’s new employment was revealed by Diski Style, a South African-based football news site covering the continent.However, Orlando Pirates are yet to officially announce the acquisition of Micho’s services. Tags: Michotoplast_img read more