Duo would welcome Odemwingie return

first_imgWest Brom duo Gareth McAuley and Ben Foster insist want-away striker Peter Odemwingie will be welcomed back into the squad. Odemwingie delivered a series of Twitter rants against the club after having a transfer request rejected. He then turned up at Loftus Road without Albion’s permission in the hope of completing a move to QPR which ultimately never materialised. Odemwingie and the club issued a joint statement last week indicating that the matter had been resolved, and McAuley insisted: “It’s fine. The lads realise that if Pete is on the pitch, playing well and scoring goals, everyone benefits from it.” He added: “That’s how we’re looking at it. Everything is fine now. The line has been drawn and now we’re back talking about football. “When we’re out there together and everyone is pulling together we’re a good side. We need Pete back on the pitch, playing and scoring goals for us.” Foster said: “It was an unfortunate incident but we’ve just got to carry on. Peter is an important part of our team. “When he’s on form he’s an absolute world-beater, so we will welcome him back into the squad with no qualms whatsoever.” Odemwingie travelled with Albion to Monday’s game at Liverpool but was not part of the final 18. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Nowlan Park confirmed for Tipp/Deise Semi Final

first_imgTipperary will play Waterford at 4 while before that at 2 it’s Cork against Dublin.The Senior Hurlers will probably have to plan without the services of Seamus Callanan after his straight red card during their league victory over Offaly.Cathal Barrett was then sent off on a second yellow and the Premier had to play with 13 men until the full time whistle.last_img

Trump selling Caribbean estate for US$22 million

first_imgTrump selling this lavish estate for $28 million United States President Donald Trump, is selling his Caribbean estate for a whopping $28 million.Trump bought Le Chateau des Palmiers – a walled compound on the north-western tip of French St. Martin for a rumoured £15 million pounds in 2013.After using it mainly as a rental property, he’s put it up for sale.In a brochure for the property, he tells prospective buyers, “Greetings from Donald J. Trump. Escape to a place no other.”The lavish five-acre estate on St. Martin’s Plum Bay includes two villas, one five-bedroom and another four-bedroom and several other buildings.In total, the compound contains 11 bedrooms and 12 full bathrooms.The larger villa has a two-story master bedroom with a Jacuzzi bath tub and two private balconies.The smaller villa has several themed bedrooms, including the “Jungle Room” with a king-size bed.The whole property is enclosed by an eight-foot boundary wall.last_img read more