The Bosnia manager, Robert Prosinecki, announced his 25 man squad on Monday who will face Finland and Greece in the Euro 2020 qualifiers. The main names in the squad are Juventus’ Miralem Pjanic and Roma’s Edin Dzeko.Bosnia will play at home to Finland on the 12th October and will play away to Greece 3 days later.Bosnia and Herzegovina occupy 4th spot in group J and are behind Italy, Finland, and Armenia, and above Greece and Liechtenstein.The Croat Prosinecki, who used to play for Real Madrid, Barcelona and Sevilla amongst others, resigned on the 8th September after Bosnia’s defeat to Armenia, but later revoked his decision and will be in charge for the remainder of the European qualifying campaign.The squad is the following:Goalkeepers: Ibrahim Sehic (Erzurumspor), Kenan Piric (Maribor), Jasmin Buric (Hapoel Haifa)Defenders: Sead Kolasinac (Arsenal), Toni Sunjic (Dinamo), Ermin Bicakcic (Hoffenheim), Ervin Zukanovic (Al Ahli), Eldar Civic (Ferencvaros), Marko Mihojevic (Erzgebirge), Adnan Kovacevic (Korona Kielce), Zoran Kvrzic (Rijeka)Midfielders: Stjepan Loncar (Rijeka), Muhamed Besic (Sheffield United), Gojko Cimirot (Standard Liege), Miralem Pjanic (Juventus), Elvis Saric (Al-Ahli), Rade Krunic (Milán), Amer Gojak (Dinamo), Haris Duljevic (Nimes Olympique), Mato Jajalo (Udinese)Attackers: Edin Dzeko (Roma), Riad Bajic (Konyaspor) Armin Hodzic (MOL Fehervar) Izet Hajrovic (Dinamo), Edin Visca (Basaksehir).
=== The council will consider the first bid package on the arena construction, which includes things like: electrical demolition; mechanical demolition; concrete slab, exterior wall and interior partition demolition; and earthwork and mass excavation.Mayor Bill Schickel says this first set of bids on the project were competitive. “Five bids came in, very competitive, ranging from about $290,000 all the way to better than $800,000. We’re recommending that the city council go with the low bid from Charlson Excavating in Clear Lake.”That low bid was for a unit price of $291,500 and $100 per cubic yard for additional rock work. City Administrator Aaron Burnett adds in a memo to the council that Charlson is ready to get started on the project and has an extra interest as the owners are active in the hockey program. MASON CITY — The City Council in Mason City tonight will consider approving a lease agreement with the owner of Southbridge Mall for the proposed multi-purpose arena to be placed in the building, as well as the bid to start demolition work in the proposed arena space that’s part of the River City Renaissance project. === The council will first consider the lease between the city and the mall to lease the arena space. City Administrator Aaron Burnett says the lease has been negotiated for some time and both parties have been waiting for the appropriate time to execute it.The lease is for an initial 20-year term, followed by four subsequent five-year terms for a total of 40 years. The cost of the lease starts at $180,000 a year for the first five years, increasing by 10-percent each subsequent five-year period.The mall will be required to clean the facility as part of the lease and the city will pay utility costs and insurance on the facility. === The council will also consider approving the details of the second bid package for the arena, which would include the structural steel, concrete foundation and ice plant components of the facility. Bids would be due to the city on January 24th with the council approving the winning bidder at a special council meeting on January 29th. The council meets tonight at 7 o’clock in the Mason City Room of the Public Library.
Eleven home repossessions were granted in Donegal courts in the first half of 2019, it has been revealed.Banks were given permission to repossess eleven houses, nine of which are family homes, in Donegal between January and July 2019.The details were released under the Freedom of Information Act, which showed that a further 24 repossession orders were granted in the High Court. 314 orders were granted across Ireland, with Kilkenny and Sligo being the only counties where banks did not get permission for repossessions.Eleven Donegal homes repossessed this year was last modified: September 3rd, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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)
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