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Poetry April 30, 2015

first_imgHANDSHAKE OF CENTURYBy Matenneh-Rose L. DunbarHands means a million things to most peopleThis pair of hands on the world stage stunsThat ancient and the nuclear fuse for peaceIn plainview we saw two but one huge isleCome together as fences mend before agesConnecting walls broken by mere ideologiesA season to build as penned by the psalmistHandshake of a centuryHands too feeble to understand the issuesJouster to the politics of famous fathersCalm as missiles and helmets melt to carsTourist nest to flourish nearby neighborsExplore the lost cultural icons forgottenRight into the skies rising fumes of HavanaMerging a cynoclast of old artistic genreHandshake of a centuryA BARE TREEBy Matenneh-Rose L. DunbarIn a plenty color skirt I rode to townIn an obscure place in a curve the nudeIn action words will not describe hereIn a bus stop a full blast an explosionIn a clean mind the least of thoughtsIn essence a disturbance to normalcyIn the bushy swamp a near dead stumpIn the open…a bare treeIn talk like the change of rain to sunIn shock a crude sight open for freeIn shame the words danced to floorIn a statute pose the all rights gushIn facts the disdain rubbishes sensesIn mockery to the run down societyIn a place of green a withering twigIn the open…a bare treeOH THAT YESTERDAY!By Varney L.S. GeanIt was yesterday when the rain chop down harderIt was yesterday the town was so whisperedIt was yesterday everything black was dreadedIt was yesterday white truly meant harmonyIt was yesterday with small talks at the hatai shopsJust yesterday those piercing greets and tauntsIt was yesterday some people eagerly waited forThat yesterday to make renowned their plansIt was yesterday those tactics botchedIt was yesterday patriotism triumphedYesterday when many thought it was finishedYesterday some claimed tomorrow will still comeCertainly we will witness another day with joyGone is that moment with all the bad it carriesOBSTINACYBy Varney L.S. GeanIt only takes a foolish man to be fooled twiceIt only takes an ignoramus to reject educationIt only takes a second to lose one’s dignityIt only takes minutes to heave all awayIt takes half a lifetime to ascend that ladderObstinacy leads us downwardIt takes a man so much to prove his masculinityIt takes a person so much effort to find happinessIt only needs common sense to know right from wrongIt requires more hands to build a beautiful dwellingIt takes just a small time to kneel and prayerObstinacy leads us backwardTHE PRAYERBy J. Lisa LumehIt seems so difficult, but it’s the best thing to doYou only do it when you find yourself in problemsKnowing that, it is the only thing that helps youGradually taking your own standBecause you failed you prayKnowing God has your handAnd he will lead the wayHow could you rest?When you needed your bestDo you know that prayer heals?Do you know it breaks every chain?Do you know it opens Heaven’s door?Would you trade your prayer for goldYou quickly woke up this morningForgetting to say your dailyCrying in the eveningFor your sight has become wearyDo you want God to make a way?Then prayDo you want to be healed?Then prayDo you need wisdom?Then pray!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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Miner to spend 2 years in jail for cannabis in long boots

first_imgA 54-year-old miner who was caught with a quantity of cannabis inside two pairs of boots will now be spending the next two years in jail.Abel Simon, of lot 7 Cotton Field, Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), appeared before Magistrate Ann McLennan on Thursday at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts where he was arraigned for trafficking in narcotics.It is alleged that on Wednesday, November 4, 2019, Simon was travelling in motor vehicle GEE 1130 with several other occupants when it was stopped at the Number 70 Police Outpost and a search was conducted.It was at that time, the Police discovered a number of cannabis leaves and stems concealed in two pairs of Simon’s long boots.The illicit substances, which were weighed in his presence and amounted to 488 grams, had been wrapped with black plastic bags.He was immediately escorted to the Bartica Police Station, Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) where he was kept in Police custody until his court hearing on Thursday.Simon, when told of the charge laid against him in the Court, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment.last_img read more

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Liverpool and Tottenham target could leave this summer

first_img West Bromwich Albion striker Saido Berahino Tony Pulis has admitted West Brom will let Saido Berahino leave if a top four club makes a move – but only for the right deal.The 20-goal striker has been linked with a move away from The Hawthorns for most of the season and scored twice in their 3-0 win over Chelsea, increasing interest in his services.The Baggies cannot finish lower than 13th in the table with Berahino’s goals helping them survive and Pulis has conceded he may leave in the summer.“If he plays well at this club then a top four club might come in and West Brom will not stop him as long as the deal is right,” he said.“We hope and pray he stays with us because he has a lot more to come and we don’t think he is at the end of his development.“If a top four club comes in and the clubs agree a fee and it’s all done, everyone can shake hands and say what a great job he has done for the club.“Not only has he been here since he was a young lad and we have looked after him, but the club have made money on him and we have to reinvest in other people – that’s a fact of life.” 1last_img read more

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High School Scoreborad 10/04

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 FOOTBALL NONLEAGUE Thursday, Oct. 6 Alhambra at Pioneer, 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7 Montebello at Rowland, 7 p.m. Schurr at Don Bosco Tech, 7 p.m. Western Christian vs. Whittier Christian, at Whittier College, 7 p.m. California at Lawndale, 7 p.m. El Rancho vs. Orange Lutheran, at Brea Olinda HS, 7 p.m. Century vs. La Serna, at California HS, 7 p.m. Santa Fe at Downey, 7 p.m. Whittier vs. Pasadena, at Pasadena City College, 7 p.m. LA Washington at St. Paul, 7:30 p.m. Lucerne Valley at Cantwell Sacred Heart, 7 p.m. Bellflower at La Mirada, 7 p.m. Brea at La Habra, 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8 No games scheduled BOYS WATER POLO NONLEAGUE Burroughs 13, Temple City 9 Temple City 1 2 4 2 9 Burroughs 4 5 1 3 12 Temple City scoring: Jason Jen 5, David Ta 3, Darren Sayphraraj. Burroughs scoring: Jake Sizemone 7, Danny Garcia 2, Scott Hanson 2, Michael Zanzen. Shots: Temple City 23, Burroughs 20. Goalie saves: Darren Sayphraraj (TC) 5; Jarrod Drzdbieda (B) 10. Records: Temple City 5-4; Burroughs 2-5. GIRLS TENNIS MONTVIEW LEAGUE Gladstone 11, Sierra Vista 7 At Sierra Vista HS Singles: Gladstone — Gabby Oleta 2-1, Jamie Calles 2-1, Vanessa Vasquez 0-3. Sierra Vista — Vanessa Acosta 3-0, Denise Garcia 1-2, Yesenia Guzman 1-2. Doubles: Gladstone –Vanessa Ortiz-Anel Rivera 3-0, Stephanie Perez-Jessica Cabrera 2-1, Darlene Rodriguez-Stephanie Obeso 2-1. Sierra Vista –Sprinna Tran-Suzanna Lieu 0-3, Amy Lay-Tracy Tran 0-3, Christine Do-Rocio Garcia 2-1. Record: Gladstone 6-3, 3-0. NONLEAGUE Arcadia 11, La Canada 7 At La Canada Country Club Singles: Arcadia — Caitlyn Ward 1-2, Daniela Lee 1-2, Anna Higane 2-1. La Canada — Kelly Fox 3-0, Erica Lee 2-1, Lacey Miyazaki 0-3. Doubles: Arcadia –Annie Han-Ruie Miyagi 2-1, Kristen Lee-Erika Lam 3-0, Leanne Tran-Lilly Wu 2-1. La Canada — Lindsey Van-Jaoe Stenzel 1-2, Jenny Lee-Anika Muthlah 1-2. Records: Arcadia 9-0, 1-0; La Canada 7-2, 1-0. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL MONTVIEW LEAGUE At Sierra Vista HS Gladstone def. Sierra Vista, 23-25, 25-14, 25-23, 25-21. Record: Gladstone 6-4, 3-0. Notes: Bianca Gomez (G) 20 kills, 7 blocks. NONLEAGUE At Blair HS Southwestern Academy def. Blair 25-8, 25-8, 25-23. Records (overall, league): Southwestern Academy 1-1; Blair 0-3. Notes: Ali Cole (SW) 12 kills, 5 aces; Sawa Taki 5 aces. last_img read more

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ULSTER CLUB SFC LIVE: GLENSWILLY V BALLINDERRY

first_imgRefreshIt’s all over. Glenswilly’s dream of an Ulster title has just fallen short. Congratulations to Ballinderry and best wishes to them for the All-Ireland semi-final.3 minutes injury time.Ballinderry add another point. It’s 1-13 to 2-06. Four points ahead. Last minute. Glenswilly need a goal and a point, just to level.6 minutes left: Darren Conway, the Ballinderry sub with a good score. 3 in it again. Glenswilly need another Murphy goal…. 8 Minutes left: Michael Murphy scores again. Just two points behind now. 1-11 to Ballinderry; 2-06 to Glenswilly. Lovely finish from out on the right by Murphy.Keeper O’Donnell pulls off magnificent save to keep Glenswilly in this game. Conor Nevin can’t believe he has missedBallinderry 1-11, Glenswilly 2-05. Derry men lead by three points. A lot of tired legs out there. 12 minutes left. Daniel McKinless and Aaron Devlin with the points.15 minutes gone in second half – Enda Muldoon, the Derry legend, on for Ballinderry.Another chance for Copper, but ball goes wide.Ballinderry go back into the lead. They work the ball from defence..and Collie Devlin scores again for Ballinderry. It’s 1-09 to 2-05. Gary McFadden with a shot….and it is saved on the line. 10 minutes gone in second half.Ballinderry square the match. It’s a battle out there at Healy Park today.GLENSWILLY back in the lead. Ciaran Bonner point: 2-05 to 1-07. Neil Gallagher with superb block and led to point.GOAL for Glenswilly. Followed by a point. 1-02 already in the second half.Match Square. 2-04 to 1-07. Caolan Kelly with the goal, set up by Murphy, followed by a superb point from the Donegal captain himself. Second half: a point each. 1-07 to 1-03.Both sides miss opportunities; Ciaran Bonner miss. But Dermot McGuckin scores at the other end.HALF-TIME 1-06 to 1-02.3 mins injury time at the end of first half29th minute – pushing and shoving out there….no need for this.27th minute GOAL for Ballinderry. McIvor fists to the net. Glenswilly protest but goal stands. It’s Ballinderry 1-05 to 1-02.25th Minute: Conleth Gilligan levels the game from another free. All square: Glenswilly 1-02, Ballinderry 0-05.24th Minute: Back to a point. It’s 1-02 for Glenswilly and 4 points to Ballinderry after a converted free for Derry champs.22nd minute Caolan Kelly scores a great point for Glenswilly after pass from Murphy. 2 in it again20th minute: Dermot McGuckin points for Balinderry. 1 point in it. Getting tight.Ballinderry being forced to shoot from distance and after several missed chances, the Derry champions get another point. Score Glenswilly 1-01, Ballinderry 0-02. James Conway with a good score.Murphy booked. Looked as though the Co Derry player was playing for that.Glenswilly putting in a huge effort to keep Ballinderry out.15th Minute: Murphy goes close…but it’s wide againGlenswilly playing well, closing down the Derry champions at every opportunity.12th minute: Murphy puts free wide.10th minute – Ballinderry get their first score, to reduce the deficit to three. Colly with the score.7th Minute – Murphy again, this time with a point. Donegal men 4 points ahead.FIRST minute goal for Glenswilly. MICHAEL MURPHY!!! Get in.Donegal champions lead 1-00 to no score.ULSTER CLUB SFC LIVE: GLENSWILLY V BALLINDERRY was last modified: December 1st, 2013 by John2Share 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)last_img read more

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Crabs, B52s set for midweek series

first_imgA busy summer of local baseball continues this evening for both the Humboldt Crabs and Humboldt B52s.The two local summer collegiate teams each will host a midweek series after successful season openers over the weekend.The Crabs, who renewed an old rivalry when the Corvallis Knights came to town on Friday, opened the season with a 6-2 win, before Saturday night’s game was called after just three innings due to a blown fuse at the Arcata Ball Park.The Crabs will continue the season with a …last_img read more

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How Birds Calibrate Their Navigating Maps

first_imgThree researchers tracked birds in the wild and concluded that “night-flying thrushes set their course using a magnetic compass, which they calibrate to the setting sun before takeoff each evening.”  The team of three captured thrushes in Illinois and attached small radio transmitters to them, then followed their flight for up to 1100 kilometers.  By tricking them with false magnetic fields, they were able to steer them off course.  But after next sunset, the birds were back on track, apparently having recalibrated their maps by the position of the sun.  Erik Stokstad, reporting on the research, adds more interesting details:This work may explain why birds don’t get lost when they cross the equator.  That had been an enigma because birds can’t tell magnetic north from south.  Instead, they check the inclination of the field lines relative to the ground; the angle becomes steeper near the poles.  A bird using only its magnetic compass would risk getting turned around near the equator, but calibrating it to the sunset would keep it on track.  Of course, the position of the sunset changes with latitude and season, but Wikelski thinks that birds may be able to correct for that through a biological clock that tells them the time of year.”This is the first time birds have been monitored for navigation in the wild.  The team must have looked odd chasing birds with “meter-tall antenna mounted on top of a battered 1982 Oldsmobile.”  According to Stokstad, “Many nights, the team was delayed when suspicious police officers pulled over the electronics-laden car.”See also: National Geographic News.1Erik Stokstad, “Songbirds Check Compass Against Sunset to Stay on Course,” Science Vol 304, Issue 5669, 373, 16 April 2004, [DOI: 10.1126/science.304.5669.373a].Thus multiple levels of correction and calibration are involved in this mind-boggling ability of little birdbrains to use natural cues to migrate vast distances unerringly, day and night, north and south, east and west.  Congratulations to creative and diligent scientists who risk jail to find out these amazing feats in the animal kingdom for us to enjoy and ponder.(Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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9 Filmmaking Channels to Follow on Vimeo

first_img Have any other channels you’d like to add to this list? Let us know in the comments below! 8. Philip BloomAny filmmaking post would be incomplete without the perennial voice on all things film: Phillip Bloom. Bloom’s Vimeo page features his latest and greatest camera reviews, mini-docs and previews into his film adventures.9. Independent Filmmakers Independent Filmmakers is a showcase channel for Vimeo’s up-and-coming. The channel highlights everything from mini-docs, short films to animated features and is a great resource for inspiration or plain enjoyment. Hopefully this list will get your feed up to speed. If Vimeo isn’t your thing, be sure to check out our list of YouTube channels as well. 4. Jacob T. SwinneyThe talented Jacob T. Swinney’s video essays are of the highest caliber. You’ve probably seen his First and Final Frames or Tarantino’s Extreme Close Ups bouncing around as he is often featured on Slate, Fandor and Indiewire (to name a few).5.  MPCAs far as creative studios go, MPC is at the forefront of VFX and offers some really cool content. Their VFX breakdowns from their projects (everything from broadcast spots to The Martian) are always worth a look.6. Burger FictionAn under-the-radar selection, Burger Fiction is new on the scene but their videos are top notch.  Check it out for super-cuts on movie phone calls and the evolution of Iron Man.7. Everything Animated Everything Animated is a channel dedicated to everything animated (duh).  Created by Aziz Kocanaogullari, the channel pulls from all over the world to explore some of the most colorful, entertaining and inspirational animated films online. 3. FAT Lab The “Free Art and Technology” (F.A.T.) Lab is an organization “dedicated to enriching the public domain through the research and development of creative technologies and media.” Which basically means it’s a hipster hodge-podge of public domain mash-ups that are endlessly entertaining. 2. Film School A channel curated by cinemacuteo that shares video tutorials on everything from special effects, steadicam, lights and cranes. Film School fills in the gaps you may have missed in class. Whether you’re looking for inspiration, practical tips or the latest film essay super-cuts, here are nine filmmaking channels on Vimeo that you NEED to be following!Vimeo has done a great job of creating a platform that’s built with serious filmmakers in mind. Unlike Youtube, its community is supportive of those looking to get their work out there and enjoyed. It’s also a great place to check out the newest and coolest from your feed. So, if you’d like to sprinkle a little awesomeness in with the Vimeo Staff Picks, check out these nine channels below. 1. Documentary FilmOne of Vimeo’s most followed channels, Documentary Film is your one-stop shop for every documentary you’d ever like to see online. Pulling from the fertile Vimeo-grounds, this channel is the cream of the crop in terms of documentaries short and long.last_img read more

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2022 Asian Games to include athletes from Oceania

first_imgLATEST STORIES MOST READ Australian Olympic Committee president John Coates said he had been campaigning for decades for inclusion at the quadrennial event, which was first staged in 1951 in India and most recently last year in Indonesia.He said the invitation to the Oceania athletes is limited to sports which qualify for the 2024 Olympics through Asia, including volleyball, beach volleyball, basketball, soccer and fencing.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption charges“Australia is very grateful for this opportunity … and there will be enormous interest from our Oceania neighbors,” Coates said in a statement Monday. “There’s a cap of 10,000 athletes for these games so there will need to be some decisions made along the way about which Australian men’s and women’s team will compete, but the critical thing is our place is confirmed for Hangzhou 2022 and that’s a very positive outcome for us.”Australian athletes competed at the 2002 East Asian Games in Osaka, Japan, but were not eligible for medals. Oceania athletes have also been previously invited to compete at the Asian Winter Games and the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games. Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting FILE – Fireworks explode over the Gelora Bung Karno main stadium during the opening ceremony of the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta on August 18, 2018. (Photo by Arief Bagus / AFP)BANGKOK (AP) — Basketball, volleyball and soccer players from Australia and other Oceania countries will be permitted to compete at the next edition of the Asian Games.The Olympic Council of Asia confirmed after its general assembly over the weekend that athletes from Oceania would be eligible to compete in some team sports in Hangzhou, China, in September 2022.ADVERTISEMENT Hong Kong tunnel reopens, campus siege nears end Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem 1 dead, 3 injured in Quezon road crash Trump campaign, GOP groups attack Google’s new ad policy P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbedcenter_img Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. After the Typhoon Part 2 PLAY LIST 05:18After the Typhoon Part 200:50Trending Articles01:50Palace defends Duterte’s absences from Asean events02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss “This has been quite a journey that ultimately will benefit athletes in this region,” Coates said.The Oceania National Olympic Committees represents 17 countries across the Pacific.Members of the Asian Olympic body also re-elected Sheikh Ahmad of Kuwait as their president despite his pending criminal trial in Switzerland in a case of alleged forgery in an arbitration process. He is also implicated by the U.S. Department of Justice in paying bribes to Asian soccer officials through OCA accounts.The sheikh, who denies all wrongdoing, suspended himself in November from his long-time IOC membership and presidency of the global group of national Olympic committees, known as ANOC, but continues in his OCA work. He left his FIFA positions in April 2017 amid the American allegations.“I made it clear to the NOCs that I would leave it up to them to decide whether I should stand for president,” Sheikh Ahmad said in a statement. “I am here to serve them and I was humbled by their response.”ADVERTISEMENT View comments P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Clippers beat slumping Lakers SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

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Europe’s transfer window set for frantic finale on Deadline Day

first_imgWill Barcelona buy another forward to replace Neymar? Can Arsenal keep hold of Alexis Sanchez? Is Monaco about to lose three more of its star players?The likes of Philippe Coutinho, Gareth Bale are also linked with moves to Barcelona and Manchester United respectively.Europe’s transfer window closes in most countries on Thursday with a slew of high-profile and long-running sagas still to be finalized.Here’s a country-by-country look at the major talking points heading into the final hours of the window:ENGLANDAP PhotoIt has been a record-breaking transfer window in the Premier League, with clubs using money received from bumper broadcast deals to spend 1.2 billion pounds ($1.55 billion) on players so far. Many teams are still in the market, though.The future of Alexis Sanchez has been a slow-burner but is likely to be the biggest story on Thursday. Manchester City has been linked heavily with the Chile forward and reportedly made a bid of 50 million pounds ($65 million), even though he has only one year left on his Arsenal contract. City could also sign a center back, potentially Jonny Evans from West Bromwich Albion despite having two bids rejected already.Liverpool has refused to enter negotiations with Barcelona for playmaker Philippe Coutinho, but will the Reds maintain their “not for sale” stance? Monaco winger Thomas Lemar and Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk have also been targets for Liverpool. Versatile Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is set to complete his move to Liverpool on Thursday.Premier League champion Chelsea wants to offload Diego Costa after the striker was told by manager Antonio Conte that he does not feature in the club’s plans. Midfielders Riyad Mahrez and Danny Drinkwater could leave Leicester after handing in transfer requests.advertisementOf the top teams, only Manchester United is likely to be quiet on Thursday.SPAINAP PhotoThe transfer window in Spain will close a day later than in most leagues, giving clubs extra time to try to make deals.Barcelona is still trying to sign Philippe Coutinho from Liverpool, despite three rejected offers, in what would be another blockbuster addition after the arrival of Ousmane Dembele from Borussia Dortmund to replace Neymar.Aside from interest in Coutinho, Barcelona sporting director Robert Fernandez said the club may still sign yet another player before the window closes.Real Madrid is not apparently looking to sign anyone and Atletico Madrid is still banned by FIFA from registering any new players.FRANCEAP PhotoDefending champion Monaco should be careful what it wishes for. Although the club is piling up profits, it is dismantling a side that thrilled Europe by reaching the Champions League semifinals and scoring more than 150 goals.According to various reports, Kylian Mbappe is set to join Paris Saint-Germain on loan with a view to a permanent signing that would make the 18-year-old forward the second most expensive player in history at 180 million euros ($216 million).It would also make him the latest from last season’s title-winning side to leave, after attacking midfielder Bernardo Silva, left back Benjamin Mendy (both Manchester City), forward Valere Germain (Marseille), and defensive midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko (Chelsea).It may not end there as skillful left-sided midfielder Thomas Lemar is courting wide interest, with Liverpool reportedly bidding about 80 million euros ($95 million) for the France international, and PSG is eager to sign defensive midfielder Fabinho as a long-term replacement for the aging Thiago Motta.If Lemar and Fabinho are sold, it would push the figure of Monaco’s export sales to nearly half a billion euros ($600 million).ITALYAP PhotoIt looks like being a quiet final day of the transfer window in Italy once again, with most of the business already done by the major clubs.AC Milan has been the biggest mover, with its new owners spending more than 200 million euros ($234 million) on players such as Leonardo Bonucci, Nikola Kalinic, Andre Silva, Ricardo Rodriguez, Franck Kessie, Andrea Conti, Hakan Calhanoglu, Lucas Biglia and Mateo Musacchio.Defending champion Juventus has brought in Douglas Costa, Mattia De Sciglio, Wojciech Szczesny, Federico Bernardeschi and Blaise Matuidi and could complete a deal for Schalke defender Benedikt Hoewedes.Inter is also hoping to sign another defender, reportedly Shkodran Mustafi from Arsenal, especially after full back Joao Cancelo injured his knee in training with Portugal on Tuesday.Roma is unlikely to make any more significant changes after signing Patrik Schick from Sampdoria on Tuesday, and neither is Napoli.GERMANYReuters PhotoBorussia Dortmund began spending the windfall earned from Ousmane Dembele’s move to Barcelona for potentially 147 million euros ($173 million) by signing Ukraine forward Andrey Yarmolenko and right back Jeremy Toljan this week. The club still has plenty more money to spend, however.advertisementBiggest deals of the summer so far are:Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain (198 million pounds)Ousmane Dembele to Barcelona (135.5 million pounds — including bonus)Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United (75 million pounds)Alvaro Morata to Chelsea (70 million pounds)Alexandre Lacazette  to Manchester City (52 million pounds)Top loan/free deals:James Rodriguez (Real Madrid to Bayern Munich)Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Manchester United)Pepe (Besiktas)Benedikt Howedes (Schalke 04 to Juventus)Grzegorz Krychowiak (PSG to West Brom)Top players who linked with a move on Deadline Day:Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool to Barcelona)Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal to Manchester City/Manchester United/PSG)Gareth Bale (Real Madrid to Manchester United)Kylian Mbappe (AS Monaco to PSG)Thomas Lemar (Monaco to Liverpool/Barcelona/Manchester United/Arsenal)(With AP inputs)last_img read more