Uwe Gensheimer about PSG: I can’t wait to be there!

first_imgPingback: “NEW UWE”: Raul Santos to become a new “Lion”? | Handball Planet Related Items:PSG Handball, Uwe Gensheimer UNSTOPPABLE! PSG HANDBALL 21/21 in France! PSG Handball suffered first defeat in domestic Championship 2020/2021 Recommended for you ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsNew PSG Handball signing Uwe Gensheimer gave the first interview about his expectations from the experience in the “City of Light”…Before departure to Paris, Uwe has serious job to do. To win the DKB Bundesliga title with Rhein Neckar Lowen. They are on the right way…Gensheimer: ‘I can’t wait to be there!’ by ParisSaintGermainHandball Raul Gonzalez extends his adventure at Paris Saint-Germain until June 2023! 1 Comment ShareTweetShareShareEmail Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. 1 Commentlast_img read more

Buses back in the Bar…

first_imgAfter 45 years, Hull-based EYMS will once again be running through the historic North Bar at Beverley, to coincide with the opening of the Flemingate Centre in the town.The Wykeland Group, developers of the 70m shopping and leisure scheme, opening on 31 October, are providing a new shuttle bus to operate around the town centre. The free 20-minute frequency service runs every Saturday, initially for three years, taking passengers on a hop-on hop-off loop of all the major Beverley shopping areas, the railway station and Flemingate.The bus will be a 27-seat single decker, capable of passing safely through the ancient North Bar.EYMS was famous for its specially-shaped ‘Beverley Bar’ double decks, one of which is still owned by the company. Buses stopped using the arch in 1970 when the town’s bypass opened.EYMS Chairman Peter Shipp says: “We are delighted that EYMS has been chosen to run this from our depot in the town. I hope it will prove useful for local residents and visitors, and help the new development and the retail trade in Beverley generally.”The idea came about following discussions with the Beverley Chamber of Trade and Wykeland. Says retailer David Bird: “In short, the success of Flemingate is very much linked to the continued success of existing shops. The bus will be a perfect way to help customers visit all that Beverley has to offer in one trip and without having to move the car.”last_img read more

Horse Sport Ireland Amateur Championship Final 2019

first_img 3 September 2019, 13:38 The Horse Sport Ireland Amateur Championship Final took place on Sunday at the Whites Cross Charity Show in Co. Cork, bringing the Championship which has been running since April across the provinces to a close. Pictured below is Aileen McDermott, Horse Sport Ireland Amateur Champion 2019 with her mare Amber Balou. Aileen is from Co. Westmeath and Amber Balou is her own home-bred mare. Also pictured is Michael Hennessy: Show Jumping Ireland – Whites Cross Show Organiser. Also presenting is Horse Sport Ireland’s Avalon Everett, and Sean Kelly, Show Jumping Ireland Munster Region Amateur representative. All top-ten finishers were presented with a rosette and a voucher, names below:2nd Gerard Curtin with Aldora3rd Peter Brady Jnr with Hollymount Cruise Hill4th Denise Jackman with Cruising The Ring5th Caroline Ryan with Failte Iroko6th Martin Flesk with Killuppaun Magic7th Gary Flynn with Bahrain Prince8th Lorraine Younge with Little Miss Russel9th Máire Cosgrove with Briarhill Cruise10th Val Joy with MB Daddys DollarsHorse Sport Ireland would like to congratulate all who took part in yesterday’s final, and all those who attended the qualifiers. Thanks go also to the organisers, volunteers and all others involved in the success of the Championships. Tags: amateur, amateur championships, show jumping Home  »  General  »  Horse Sport Ireland Amateur Championship Final 2019 Horse Sport Ireland Amateur Championship Final 2019 last_img read more

Ross Wilson: Rangers under no pressure to sell star players

first_img“First and foremost, the first team has a number of players who could be interesting for other clubs as the club is in a significantly better place than it was before.“But holding onto those players for as long as we can is important to us.“Clearly players may reach a point in the future where they go somewhere else but keeping our key players for as long as possible is important to us.”Wilson revealed he previously turned down an approach from the Light Blues to continue his work with Southampton as he was only two-and-a-half years into his spell with the Saints.The former Falkirk supremo said he eventually decided to accept Rangers’ call, though, after seeing the development of the Govan outfit.Wilson continued: “It was always going to be a difficult decision, I was sitting in one of the best jobs in the country at a club I loved being a part of.“It was a big decision, one I felt I had to make and wanted to make this time.“The thing that has been important to me is a real understanding within the club about exactly what this role is about.“The assurances for me were really an understanding across the club as to what the role is about and what I’m here to do, how I’m going to work with Steven.“There was no point of me coming here if that wasn’t a relationship Steven and I think could work.“I’m not the chief scout, I’m not the head of recruitment.“The role is to lead the football department, at a club of this magnitude ultimately it’s about making as many areas of the football club excellent.“We’re not going to do that overnight, we need to strive for improvement all the time.” Asked if key players such as Morelos would still be at Ibrox come the season end, he said: “Yes (they will), we want our best players to stay here as long as they can.“Like every club in world football, there comes a point when players move on for a variety of reasons.“We’re no different to that but that’s certainly not on the horizon for January.”He added: “I was speaking to Steven about this at the weekend, he’s been well-quoted already. Rangers sporting director Ross Wilson has ruled out the departure of key players in January, insisting the club aren’t under any pressure to move on prize assets.The Ibrox side forecast they will need another £10m in investment before the end of the season after announcing an annual loss of £11.3m. Alfredo Morelos has been linked with a move away from Govan during the winter window having netted 22 times already this season.But Wilson, who has moved from Southampton to replace Mark Allen as Rangers’ sporting director, categorically denied the suggestion the club could be forced to move on star men.last_img read more