Olympia Federal Savings Named Top Place to Work for 4th Straight…

first_imgFacebook62Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Olympia Federal SavingsFor the fourth straight year, Seattle Business magazine named Olympia Federal Savings (OlyFed) as one of the Top 100 Places to Work in Washington State. In fact, OlyFed ranked number six in the midsize companies’ category and this marks the fifth year that OlyFed has made the list.“This award is truly a reflection of the high-quality employees who’ve dedicated their careers to serving our customers and community,” said Lori Drummond, president and CEO at Olympia Federal Savings.Seattle Business Magazine rates companies based on confidential employee responses to an in-depth survey that includes benefits, communication, culture, retention, leadership, performance, decision making, recognition, training, and workplace environment.last_img read more

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Watch : Nemanja Matic and his kids wait outside the Portugal dressing room to…

first_imgAdvertisement 6NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs8cexWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ezsb9q( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 305Would you ever consider trying this?😱etc6Can your students do this? 🌚vijjrbRoller skating! Powered by Firework Nemanja Matic was seen outside the dressing room of Portugal with his kid and one of the friends of his kid to take a picture with Cristiano Ronaldo. The incident happened after the match between Portugal and Serbia in Euro qualifiers. The match between Portugal and Serbia ended with a scoreline of 4-2 in favour of Portugal. Cristiano Ronaldo also scored one goal for Portugal in this match.Advertisement  Advertisement The match was controlled by the Portuguese side for most of the time. They were ahead by one goal with a goal of William Carvalho after the first half of the match. Goncalo Guedes scored the second goal of the match at the 58th minute. Nikola Milenkovic pulled one goal back at the 68th minute of the match. Cristiano Ronaldo scored the third goal for Portugal at the 80th minute of the match. However, Mitrovic again pulled one back for Serbia. Bernardo Silva finally scored the winner for Portugal at the dying minutes of the match.After the end of the match, the Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic went to the Portuguese dressing room with his kids to take a picture with the star player Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo also looked very much friendly with the kids of Matic while taking the picture.Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

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Connected at hip: Cavs, Celtics intertwined since big trade

first_imgFILE – In this Feb. 11, 2018, file photo, Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James (23) drives against Boston Celtics’ Marcus Morris (13) during the third quarter of an NBA basketball game in Boston. Although there were long stretches when it seemed impossible that the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics would meet in the Eastern Conference finals, they’re set to clash for the third time in four years.(AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File)CLEVELAND — Boston playoff star Jayson Tatum and Cleveland coach Tyronn Lue are cousins. The Cavaliers and Celtics might as well be.The Eastern Conference’s top two teams have been intertwined for more than a year — from a summer blockbuster trade, from opening night, from afar.ADVERTISEMENT However, Irving’s awkward reunion with James was quickly overshadowed by Hayward, Boston’s big free-agent signing, grotesquely breaking his ankle just feet from the horrified Cavs bench. As Hayward left on a stretcher, the Celtics’ season seemed to be riding to the hospital with him.Boston, though, showed grit and reeled off 16 straight wins before injuries resurfaced. Marcus Smart had thumb surgery and the Celtics lost Irving, who needed more knee surgery and won’t get a crack at dethroning James.Irving will watch this series from the bench. Thomas is much farther away.He spent the first two months in Cleveland trying to get healthy, but wasn’t the same when he came back and never connected with his new teammates.With Thomas a mess and the season slipping away, Cavs general manager Koby Altman traded him on Feb. 8 to the Lakers for Jordan Clarkson and Larry Nance Jr. Altman didn’t stop there, dealing Crowder and Derrick Rose to Utah for Rodney Hood, sending Dwyane Wade back to Miami and acquiring point guard George Hill from Sacramento.Three days after the trade, the new-look Cavs beat the Celtics 121-99 in Boston as Hill, Clarkson and Hood combined for 44 points to the delight of James, who seemed rejuvenated after weeks of moping.He’s now on a mission as he prepares to face the Celtics for the seventh time in the postseason. James is averaging 34.3 points, 9.4 rebounds and 9.0 assists in 11 games in these playoffs, which has included him making two buzzer-beaters, scoring 45 points in Game 7 to oust Indiana and dispatching Toronto with shocking ease.“LeBron’s on just a ridiculous run of play,” Stevens said. “We know that it’ll be quite a challenge.”The Celtics may not have anyone of James’ stature, but they have a complete team that’s clicking. Tatum and Jaylen Brown are two of the game’s rising young stars and Cleveland native Terry Rozier has emerged as a postseason menace, filling in for Irving and quickly winning over Boston fans, who have dubbed him “Scary Terry.”Lue knows the Cavs have their hands full. It’s hard to process how much has changed for these teams since they played last May.Major moves, injuries, upheaval.After the Cavs beat the Celtics in five games in last year’s conference finals to advance to their third straight NBA Finals, there were no hints the two franchises would ramp up their rivalry with a trade that caught their entire league, well, off-guard.The Cavs succumbed to Irving’s trade demand — he was tired of playing in James’ shadow — and sent the All-Star to Boston for Isaiah Thomas, a first-round draft pick, forward Jae Crowder and center Ante Zizic. The 5-foot-9 Thomas had bravely carried the Celtics in the 2017 postseason despite a balky hip and broken heart following his sister’s death in a car crash.With so many subplots, the league scheduled Boston at Cleveland in the season opener.ADVERTISEMENT Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding “They’re well-coached,” Lue said. “Despite all the circumstances of guys getting hurt with Kyrie out, with Gordon being out for the whole year, they just keep plugging guys in and keep playing. (Boston executive) Danny Ainge has done a good job of getting guys in that fit that mold of Celtics basketball and they’ve been playing well.”Especially the 20-year-old Tatum. He averaged 23.6 points in Boston’s series win over the Philadelphia 76ers, who didn’t do enough to slow him down.That now falls on Lue, who has known Tatum — or “Little Jay” as he called him — since he was a kid. They’re related on Lue’s grandfather’s side of the family.“He’s not scared, he’s not afraid and he’s always been that type of kid,” Lue said. “He wants these type of moments and he’s taking advantage of it. With Kyrie and Gordon going down and him having a chance to play the minutes he’s been playing, starting and playing in the playoffs the way he has, he’s taken full advantage of it. But he’s never been scared, he’s never been afraid of the big moment. You can see that.”Six years ago, a 14-year-old Tatum posted a picture of himself, wearing a replica Kobe Bryant jersey, with James on Twitter and asked Cleveland’s superstar to follow him.Lue smiled when shown a picture of his cousin.“Now look,” he said. “That’s crazy.”So is another Boston-Cleveland final. P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC 76ers’ future looking strong following 52-win season Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ 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 Although there were long stretches this season when it seemed at least unlikely, and maybe impossible, that the Celtics and Cavs would reach the conference finals, they’re back again and meeting in the playoffs for the third time in four years.The series everyone wanted. The one few expected to see.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 crownAnd yet here they are: the odds-defying Celtics, guided by baby-faced coach Brad Stevens and prospering without injured stars Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward, versus the Cavs, who despite a massive roster makeover in February are rolling as 33-year-old LeBron James enhances his legend with every game.“There’s been a lot that’s happened throughout the season with us and for them,” Cavs forward Kevin Love said Thursday as Cleveland prepared for Sunday’s series opener in Boston. “Both teams have raised their level of play and been through it, but are here now and have to lay it all on the line.” MOST READ Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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Tim Hardaway, Brian Scalabrine to visit Manila for NBA PH 3×3

first_imgNadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil The culmination of the 3×3 tournament featuring men’s and women’s teams will be held at SM Mall of Asia Music Hall.Hardaway, a five-time NBA All-Star who is also an assistant for the Detroit Pistons, is looking forward to his return to the hoops-crazy Philippines.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’“It’s a great feeling to return to the Philippines and get reacquainted with the passionate Filipino fan base,” said Hardaway. “NBA 3X celebrates the vibrant culture of basketball, which will be in full display for fans to experience throughout the weekend festivities.”Scalabrine, meanwhile, is ready to experience the Filipinos’ love for the game for the first time. Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “Traveling to the Philippines for the first time is an exciting opportunity to experience how the game is played on this side of the world,” said Scalabrine. “As a basketball fan and analyst, I’m looking forward to interacting with the fans and sharing my knowledge with the talented athletes at the NBA 3X event.”The Detroit Pistons Flight crew will also pay the Filipino fans a visit.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Peza offers relief to ecozone firms 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 MOST READ Brian Scalabrine #24 of the Chicago Bulls points to a teammate in the fourth quarter against the Boston Celtics on January 13, 2012 at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. Elsa/Getty Images/AFPNBA great Tim Hardaway and former NBA forward Brian Scalabrine are headed to Manila to grace the 2018 NBA 3X Philippines festivities from August 25-26.It’s has been a tradition for the league to bring NBA players to the annual 3-on-3 tournament event, which is now in its eighth year in the country.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anewcenter_img In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced LATEST STORIES Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins NCAA: Miranda saves JRU in win over EAC View commentslast_img read more

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Govt tables Telecoms, PUC Bills in Parliament

first_imgAfter much anticipation and expectation, Government has finally taken the Telecommunication and Public Utilities Commission (PUC) Bills to the National Assembly.The Bills were tabled by Telecommunications Minister Cathy Hughes on Tuesday. They were read for the first time.Earlier this month, Minister Hughes told Guyana Times that she intended to have the proposed legislation presented to the National Assembly before the end of the month. However, at the time, the Bills were with the Attorney General (AG) Chambers for legal vetting.The Bills were then handed to Cabinet for final review before presentation to Parliament. GTT currently holds a 20-year plus monopoly over the telecommunication sector and stakeholders, particularly Digicel, have long been calling for this control of the telecoms market to be broken.The Telecoms Bill, which was first introduced in 2011 and revised in 2013, was with a Special Select Committee in the 10th Parliament and was near conclusion when Parliament was prorogued in 2014. The Bill is among 12 others that were recalled in the 11th Parliament.Meanwhile, under the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Administration, the Telecoms Bill underwent a new set of consultations with the two main players in mobile service and other stakeholders including the Private Sector Commission (PSC) and several Non-Governmental Organisations before it was submitted to Cabinet for review.Government had even appointed two overseas consultants – Janice Brendman and Geeta Ragubir – to complete the work on the Bill. The Telecommunications Bill seeks to create a competitive regime in the telecommunications sector. It provides for an open, liberalised and competitive sector that will be attractive to new market entrants and investors, while preserving the activities of the current participants.By creating this competitive environment for telecommunications, the Bill is expected to result in greater choice, better quality of service and lower prices for consumers. The Bill also specifically addresses the expansion of telecommunication networks and services into unserved and under-served areas, through the institution of a new universal access/universal service programme, in an effort to further national and regional social and economic development.At the launch of Digicel’s 4G Internet service earlier this month in Bartica, the company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Kevin Kelly urged the immediate passage of the Bill, noting that a liberalised telecommunications sector in the country will stimulate competition, which will in turn result in better services for customers.Kelly added that once the Telecommunications Liberalisation Bill passes, Digicel will take immediate steps to introduce cheaper services such as Internet rates and international calls as well as the possibility of landline services.Meanwhile, in a more recent interview with Guyana Times, CEO of GTT Justin Nedd said his company is ready to relinquish its hold on the telecoms sector. He pointed out that this will provide a level playing field for all the players in the sector. “I believe that the sector is already liberalised, though not formally, but once the Bill is passed and assented to law, everybody will have to play by the same rules, report to the same regulator, pay the same taxes and I believe we are ready for that because we have been doing it for decades,” the CEO stated.When asked about the impending competition that will follows the break of the 20-plus year monopoly that the company has over the sector, Nedd posited that GTT has been competing with its main opponent Digicel for several years on many fronts and so customers can expect only better things.last_img read more

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‘New Hearts’ for Christmas

first_imgThree Liberian children have received the best Christmas gift ever: an opportunity for a new lease on life through the collaboration of Dr. Endele Tefera (Pediatric Cardiologist, Liberian College of Physician and Surgeon – LCPS) and Dr. Edwin Francis (Pediatric Cardiologist of the Lisie Hospital located in Cochin, India), who are happy for these children to receive free corrective surgeries for their conditions.Dr. Sia Wata Camanor, a pediatric consultant at the John F. Kennedy Hospital in Monrovia, had earlier diagnosed the children with the conditions for which she sought the assistance of the Lisie Hospital. The children, she observed, were suffering from a congenital heart disease commonly known as a “holein the heart,” a condition that can cause a child to experience a variety of symptoms including weakness, poor growth and shortness of breath. Congenital heart disease leads to a reduced quality of life and often a shorter life span if lifesaving surgery is not done. “Bradley, Samuel and Pewee faced many challenges and would have succumbed to this illness had this opportunity not come,” Dr. Camanor told the Daily Observer yesterday at the JFK hospital.In Liberia, she said, ‘a hole in the heart’ is often a difficult diagnosis to treat due to the lack of facilities and specialists to further perform open heart surgery.“We, Dr. Sia Wata Camanor, Dr. Udhayashankar Kanagasabai, the Liberian Pediatric Cardiac patients and their families with grateful hearts would like to appreciate the individuals and organizations that worked tirelessly as a team and contributed financially to ensure that these three children get the heart surgeries they most needed in a foreign land. They are Lisie Hospital, Cochin, India, John F. Kennedy Medical Center Pediatric Department and Administration, the Ministry of Health of Liberia, Mr. Upjit Singh Sachdeva and the Indian High Commission to Liberia, the Royal Air Maroc, Sahara Travel, APSEN Medical, Mrs. Anandani of Raj Enterprises, Kelvin Sambola of Lord Kelvin Forex Beuaru, Sam Mitchell, Corinal Hotel and the Daily Observer newspaper.On the assistance to the ailing children, Dr. Camanor said, “Every child deserves to grow well and healthy,” for which she thanked the individuals and institutions for giving the children this opportunity to seek advanced medical treatment.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Rosamond commute takes flight

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! ROSAMOND – Most people have a car or SUV parked in the garage. Scott Loftin has three airplanes. The 50-year-old aviation enthusiast is a resident of Rosamond Skypark, a tidy subdivision on the edge of the Mojave Desert where single-family homes are adjacent to hangars, and airplane noise isn’t considered a nuisance. Three days a week, Loftin, a biomedical engineer, revs up the engine of his Glasair RV-6 or Cessna 152 and rumbles down a nearby runway to begin his commute to San Jose or Los Angeles. “There’s more to it than the time factor,” he says. “It’s the mystique of flying to work.” There are some 560 skyparks across the country, ranging from fancy to comparatively modest, with an additional 20 planned. The popularity of the communities is largely driven by aviation buffs such as Loftin, who are looking to use their planes more than just on the weekends. Actor John Travolta lives with his Gulfstream II jet and Boeing 707 at an exclusive airpark in Florida that includes a country club and inn and the nation’s longest private residential runway, at 7,550 feet, according to the community’s Web site. Rosamond, on the other hand, consists mostly of empty-nesters and retired couples who have saved over the years to afford the unusual lifestyle. The neighborhood includes colonial and ranch-style homes distinguished by sprawling backyards that lead to cavernous hangars housing anything from $90,000 two-seater experimental planes to gliders. Built in 1986 with 60 lots, the privately owned subdivision has three vacant spots left, starting at $195,000. Houses average about $400,000. Obeying an honor system, residents and visitors typically avoid departures and arrivals early in the morning and late at night. Without an airport tower, pilots navigate backyard taxiways on their own and radio each other before taking off and landing at the 3,600-foot public runway. In the sky, they follow standard visual flight rules and remain under constant monitoring by the Federal Aviation Administration. John Wilson moved to the skypark nearly 20 years ago, looking for a bigger home and a place to park his Cessna 182. Before retiring in 2001, he flew daily to Burbank Airport, then drove six miles in traffic to Hollywood, where he worked as manager of technical facilities at a television network. “Flying was the shortest part of it,” said Wilson, who averaged his air time at about 30 minutes. “All the time, I’d look down and shake my head and sympathize with all the people down there … I’d say, Glad I’m not down there.” Wilson, 67, said he also saved almost a dollar a gallon on gas by flying part of the way. While the shorter commutes are a boon, residents say the camaraderie of the community is what keeps them there. “In a regular neighborhood, everyone does different jobs. In this environment, we have a common interest,” said John Manduca, president of the Rosamond Skypark Association. “We’re all pilots. We speak the same language.” They also look out for each other and their planes. Many airparks, including the one in Rosamond, have numerous fences and padlocks. Airplanes are almost always kept in hangars, and if they are outside, residents say, they are disabled so no one can steal them. “People want to know who is near their airplane, what is happening to it,” said Dave Sclair, publisher of Living With Your Plane, an online newsletter that tracks residential airparks. Above Rosamond, planes crisscross the sky, carrying residents to and from work, away for vacations or on joy flights. Jim Payne, who manages Northrop Grumman Corp.’s test-flight operations for the Global Hawk unmanned reconnaissance plane at Edwards Air Force Base, is frequently among the fliers. Payne uses his two-seater Van’s RV-6A to commute 24 miles to his office on the base. “Every morning there (are) several thousand people waiting to get into Edwards,” said Payne, “and I’m doing 150 mph over the gate.” last_img read more

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Poyet: Keeping Cattermole at Sunderland was my best piece of transfer business

first_img Lee Cattermole in action for Sunderland Sunderland manager Gus Poyet believes convincing midfielder Lee Cattermole to stay with the Wearsiders has been his best bit of transfer business in his first 12 months at the club.Poyet had to ward off fierce interest from Premier League rivals Stoke City for the 26-year-old’s signature in January and pulled the plug on Cattermole’s proposed £5 million switch to the Brittania Stadium.Cattermole ended up playing a key role in the Black Cats’ successful fight against relegation last term and Poyet has admitted he made the right choice to keep the former Middlesbrough man at the club in a last-minute change of heart.He said: “In transfer windows, it’s the best decision I have made. I’ve got no doubt about that.“I’m sure, with all respect to Stoke and to Catts, he’s happier here. His reaction to the decision was spectacular.”Cattermole, who has been a key player in a defensive midfield role at the centre of Poyet’s 4-1-4-1 system, is set to start against the Potters on Saturday at the Stadium of Light as Sunderland search for their first league win of the campaign. 1last_img read more

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Man City referred to UEFA financial body in fair play probe

first_imgUEFA began a new probe after further allegations were made in German publication Der Spiegel last year.The reports alleged that City, bankrolled by Sheikh Mansour, a member of Abu Dhabi’s royal family, had set up sponsorship deals to circumvent regulations limiting how much money owners can put into a club.City could reportedly face a season-long ban from the Champions League if they are found to have breached the regulations but it is not known if chief investigator Yves Leterme supports such a penalty.UEFA introduced the Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules to prevent clubs that qualify for its competitions from spending beyond their means and avert what then-president Michael Platini called “financial doping” within the game.“The Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) chief investigator, after having consulted with the other members of the independent investigatory chamber of the CFCB, has decided to refer Manchester City FC to the CFCB adjudicatory chamber following the conclusion of his investigation,” UEFA said in a statement on Friday.“The CFCB investigatory chamber had opened an investigation into Manchester City FC on 7 March 2019 for potential breaches of Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations that were made public in various media outlets.”The club immediately responded, saying in a statement the accusation of financial irregularities “remains entirely false”.“The decision (to refer the case) contains mistakes, misinterpretations and confusions fundamentally borne out of a basic lack of due process and there remain significant unresolved matters raised by Manchester City FC as part of what the club has found to be a wholly unsatisfactory, curtailed, and hostile process,” the club added.– Serial winners –City were bought by Sheikh Mansour in 2008 and the club have since been transformed into serial winners after decades of under-achievement.A win against Watford in Saturday’s FA Cup final would secure the first domestic treble in English football history after the club, managed by Pep Guardiola, won the League Cup earlier this season and retained their Premier League title.The Premier League said in March it was investigating financial matters and academy player recruitment at City.Qatari-backed Paris Saint-Germain have faced a similar UEFA probe over the 400 million euros ($449 million) spent to sign Brazilian forward Neymar and France striker Kylian Mbappe.But in March, the Court of Arbitration for Sport backed the French club against UEFA.CAS upheld PSG’s appeal against a decision by UEFA to reopen a probe into the club’s compliance with FFP regulations.UEFA had originally cleared PSG of wrongdoing.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester City celebrate their 2018/19 Premier League title triumph © AFP/File / Glyn KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, May 16 – Manchester City said Thursday they were “disappointed” but “not surprised” after being referred to UEFA’s adjudicatory chamber for alleged breaches of financial fair play rules.In 2014, the Premier League champions were fined £49 million (Sh6.4bn) and subjected to squad, wage and spending caps in a settlement agreed with football’s European governing body following a previous breach of the rules.last_img read more

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Arsenal fans will hate this

first_imgArsenal and West Ham fans have been singing it about Mesut Ozil and Dimitri Payet all season and now Tottenham are using Billy Ray Cyrus’ ‘Achy Breaky Heart’ for Dele Alli.The 20-year-old has become a huge favourite of the White Hart Lane faithful this season since arriving from MK Dons in a £5m transfer, but the chant, which is being heard more and more, is likely to annoy Spurs’ London rivals.Every club is guilty of ‘borrowing’ songs from other sides, however, but it doesn’t stop accusations of stealing.Spurs fans were in full voice in their 4-0 win at Stoke and could be heard singing about Alli again, which you can see in the video below.And in case you were wondering, the lyrics go like this: ‘We’ve got Alli, Dele Alli, I just don’t think you understand. He only cost five mill, he’s better than Ozil, we’ve got Dele Alli’.last_img read more

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