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Carl Frampton wants Jamel Herring fight in March

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17.11.2019 23:59
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Carl Frampton wants Jamel Herring fight March

Carl Frampton Andres Gutierrez Óscar Valdez Frampton vs. Herring Jamel Herring Tyler McCreary Valdez vs. GutierrezBy Kenneth Friedman: Carl “The Jackal” Frampton has set his sights on a fight against WBO super featherweight champion Jamel Herring for St. Patrick’s Day in New York on March 17, according to @SundayLifeSport. Herring vs. Frampton is a fight that will be easy to make, given that both guys are with Top Rank Boxing. […] Read full article: Carl Frampton wants Jamel Herring fight in March @ Boxing News 24 Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

De Mos is geen goede vriend van Arnesen: "Veel moeite om Nilis binnen te halen"

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enclosure image Aad de Mos is – voorzichtig uitgedrukt – geen groot fan van Frank Arnesen, die binnenkort de nieuwe technisch directeur van Feyenoord zal worden. De twee werkten in de jaren negentig al samen bij PSV en De Mos onderhield als trainer een moeizame werkrelatie met de Deen. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Prezident SAZ P. Korčok o atletike po páde železnej opony

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Ako sa vyvíjala naša atletika od pádu železnej opony za uplynulých 30 rokov, na to sme sa opýtali prezidenta Slovenského atletického zväzu Petra Korčoka. Bývalý chodec a olympionik vyrastal ešte v socialistickom systéme prípravy. Číst dále >>>

Johnson Offers Tax Cuts to Business as Olive Branch After Brexit

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Johnson Offers Tax Cuts to Business as Olive Branch After Brexit (Bloomberg) -- Boris Johnson will try to win business leaders to his side Monday, offering them tax cuts as an olive branch for the disruption caused by Brexit.The prime minister will address the Confederation of British Industry’s annual conference in London, four years after pro-Brexit campaigners interrupted a speech there by his predecessor David Cameron to denounce the body as the “Voice of Brussels.”“Let’s not beat around the bush, big business didn’t want Brexit,” Johnson will say, according to speech extracts released in advance. “You made that clear in 2016, and this body said it louder than any other. But what is also clear is that what you want now -- and have wanted for some time -- is certainty.”Before he became prime minister, Johnson reportedly dismissed the concerns of industry with a four-letter epiphet. Now his pitch is certainty. Having been the lead campaigner to get Britain out of the European Union, and one of the lead rebels who stopped a Brexit deal getting through Parliament, Johnson is pitching himself as the man best-placed to lead the country on.A slew of opinion polls in the Sunday newspapers all put Johnson’s Conservatives well ahead of the opposition Labour Party. Though individual district polls showed the anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats surging in three London seats, the main picture was of Johnson ahead. But the week ahead features several potential landmines for the prime minister: He’ll debate head-to-head with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on Tuesday, and the two men will appear separately taking questions from a TV audience on Friday.‘Fundamental Review’Meanwhile, Johnson continues to face questions on a series of issues: There’s a report into Russian election interference that his office suppressed; and his American entrepreneur friend Jennifer Arcuri, caught up in a controversy involving the prime minister, has given an interview to ITV saying she wishes Johnson had declared their relationship as a potential conflict of interest when he was London mayor. In an interview broadcast Sunday evening, she said Johnson had cast her aside “like I am some gremlin.”Then there’s the completely unforeseeable. Prince Andrew’s interview about his relationship with the the pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein is still dominating the headlines, and could yet have impacts beyond the Royal family.At the CBI, aiming to persuade business he has their best interests at heart, Johnson will say a Conservative government victory at the Dec. 12 election will mean:a “fundamental review” of business rates, the tax on propertyan increase in the threshold at which firms start paying employment taxes to 4,000 pounds ($5,170) from 3,000 poundsan increase in the tax relief on buildings to 3% from 2%an increase in tax relief on research and development to 13% from 12%The party said these measures, combined, would cost the government 1 billion pounds a year.The other side of Johnson’s case to business will be represented by Corbyn, who will address the CBI conference after the premier. Labour has already promised tax rises both for business and for the wealthy -- a group that will include most of his audience. On Friday, the party shocked industry by announcing that if it won the election, it would take the U.K.’s broadband infrastructure into public ownership.‘Maybe We’re Next’Carolyn Fairbairn, director-general of the CBI, said Sunday that Labour’s announcement had come as a “bolt from the blue” and left her members worried. “I have talked to businesses who are already sitting there thinking maybe we’re next,” she told Sky News. Corbyn would struggle to portray himself as a friend of the corporate world, but will try to argue that a government he leads can still be an ally. He’ll promise Labour would train 80,000 apprentice technicians and engineers a year.“Climate Apprenticeships will offer training to school leavers and workers looking to change jobs mid-career, creating the engineers, technicians and construction workers we need to transition to a green economy,” Corbyn will say. “The Tories have failed to invest in our economy.”But his audience are likely to worry about what else he has up his sleeve. Labour on Saturday signed off its policy platform for the election, and while it won’t be unveiled until Thursday, according to the Mail on Sunday its policies include:A “Right to Food Act” introducing price controlsA windfall tax on oil companiesAn expansion of the sugar taxDropping a plan to allow private tenants to buy their homesTories On SideJohnson on Sunday revealed something that gives credibility to his claim he can break the Brexit deadlock: every Conservative candidate has signed a pledge to vo Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Johnson Offers Tax Cuts to Business as Olive Branch After Brexit

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Johnson Offers Tax Cuts to Business as Olive Branch After Brexit (Bloomberg) -- Boris Johnson will try to win business leaders to his side Monday, offering them tax cuts as an olive branch for the disruption caused by Brexit.The prime minister will address the Confederation of British Industry’s annual conference in London, four years after pro-Brexit campaigners interrupted a speech there by his predecessor David Cameron to denounce the body as the “Voice of Brussels.”“Let’s not beat around the bush, big business didn’t want Brexit,” Johnson will say, according to speech extracts released in advance. “You made that clear in 2016, and this body said it louder than any other. But what is also clear is that what you want now -- and have wanted for some time -- is certainty.”Before he became prime minister, Johnson reportedly dismissed the concerns of industry with a four-letter epiphet. Now his pitch is certainty. Having been the lead campaigner to get Britain out of the European Union, and one of the lead rebels who stopped a Brexit deal getting through Parliament, Johnson is pitching himself as the man best-placed to lead the country on.A slew of opinion polls in the Sunday newspapers all put Johnson’s Conservatives well ahead of the opposition Labour Party. Though individual district polls showed the anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats surging in three London seats, the main picture was of Johnson ahead. But the week ahead features several potential landmines for the prime minister: He’ll debate head-to-head with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on Tuesday, and the two men will appear separately taking questions from a TV audience on Friday.‘Fundamental Review’Meanwhile, Johnson continues to face questions on a series of issues: There’s a report into Russian election interference that his office suppressed; and his American entrepreneur friend Jennifer Arcuri, caught up in a controversy involving the prime minister, has given an interview to ITV saying she wishes Johnson had declared their relationship as a potential conflict of interest when he was London mayor. In an interview broadcast Sunday evening, she said Johnson had cast her aside “like I am some gremlin.”Then there’s the completely unforeseeable. Prince Andrew’s interview about his relationship with the the pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein is still dominating the headlines, and could yet have impacts beyond the Royal family.At the CBI, aiming to persuade business he has their best interests at heart, Johnson will say a Conservative government victory at the Dec. 12 election will mean:a “fundamental review” of business rates, the tax on propertyan increase in the threshold at which firms start paying employment taxes to 4,000 pounds ($5,170) from 3,000 poundsan increase in the tax relief on buildings to 3% from 2%an increase in tax relief on research and development to 13% from 12%The party said these measures, combined, would cost the government 1 billion pounds a year.The other side of Johnson’s case to business will be represented by Corbyn, who will address the CBI conference after the premier. Labour has already promised tax rises both for business and for the wealthy -- a group that will include most of his audience. On Friday, the party shocked industry by announcing that if it won the election, it would take the U.K.’s broadband infrastructure into public ownership.‘Maybe We’re Next’Carolyn Fairbairn, director-general of the CBI, said Sunday that Labour’s announcement had come as a “bolt from the blue” and left her members worried. “I have talked to businesses who are already sitting there thinking maybe we’re next,” she told Sky News. Corbyn would struggle to portray himself as a friend of the corporate world, but will try to argue that a government he leads can still be an ally. He’ll promise Labour would train 80,000 apprentice technicians and engineers a year.“Climate Apprenticeships will offer training to school leavers and workers looking to change jobs mid-career, creating the engineers, technicians and construction workers we need to transition to a green economy,” Corbyn will say. “The Tories have failed to invest in our economy.”But his audience are likely to worry about what else he has up his sleeve. Labour on Saturday signed off its policy platform for the election, and while it won’t be unveiled until Thursday, according to the Mail on Sunday its policies include:A “Right to Food Act” introducing price controlsA windfall tax on oil companiesAn expansion of the sugar taxDropping a plan to allow private tenants to buy their homesTories On SideJohnson on Sunday revealed something that gives credibility to his claim he can break the Brexit deadlock: every Conservative candidate has signed a pledge to vo Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Revolúcia zmenila aj šport. Ako na ňu spomínajú olympionici?

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Pád komunizmu pred tridsiatimi rokmi neovplyvnil iba politickú scénu, ale aj tu športovú. O tom, ako si spomínajú bývalí významní športovci a olympionici na 17. november 1989 a ako sa podľa nich zmenili podmienky v športe, sa s nimi rozprávala kolegyňa Anuška Žambochová. Číst dále >>>

Kompany: "Ik kom niet gewoon binnen: "Gasten, stop met racistisch zijn""

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enclosure image Vincent Kompany is meer dan een voetballer. Vanwege zijn Congolese roots ligt bijvoorbeeld het thema racisme, een probleem dat de laatste weken weer vaker opduikt in het internationale voetbal, hem na aan het hart. Kompany legt uit hoe hij dat zou aanpakken. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Marquéz oslávil titul ďalším víťazstvom, predbehol Francúza

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Triumfom na domácej Veľkej cene Valencie, poslednom podujatí seriálu MS cestných motocyklov, zavŕšil Marc Márquez v sedle svojej Hondy ďalšiu úspešnú sezónu v triede MOTO GP. Číst dále >>>

Liptákov stále trápi zakončenie, doma privítali Detvu

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V Liptovskom Mukuláši privítali Detvu v súboji mužstiev z dolnej časti tabuľky. Liptáci sa trápia najmä v zakončení, ich hráči strelili najmenej gólov spomedzi všetkých tipsportligistov. Číst dále >>>

Blamáž Ferrari! Leclerc a Vettel se zlikvidovali navzájem. Šéf viní oba

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Grand Prix v Sao Paulu formule 1 bude mít ve slavné stáji Ferrari určitě dohru. Po vzájemné kolizi v závěru nedokončil ani jeden její vůz. Sebastian Vettel a Charles Leclerc takticky nezvládli koncovku a při agresivním souboji o čtvrté místo si oba poškodili monopost. Pro německého jezdce tak skončil jubilejní 100. závod v barvách italské stáje debaklem. Číst dále >>>

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