Jul 17, 2019 Top Stories Confidential information under Rule 2.420 expanded Responding to changes in state law, the Supreme Court has required information about petitioners and respondents on domestic violence injunctions to be kept temporarily confidential and expanded information about Baker Act cases that is confidential in court files.The court, acting June 27 on its own motion in Case No. SC19-1049, amended Rule of Judicial Administration 2.420. The rule now identifies 23 categories of information that must be kept out of court records by clerks. It also requires lawyers to identify if their filed documents contain such information.The changes follow expanded public records exemptions approved by the Legislature earlier this year, and which became effective July 1.The Florida Court Clerks & Comptrollers had sent a letter to the court requesting guidance, noting while the Legislature had passed the exemptions, clerks are only authorized to withhold information at the direction of the courts.The court order broadened exempt information related to the Baker Act. The rule already had exempted Baker Act-related clinical records as defined in F.S. §394.4615(7). The court expanded that rule section to include “all petitions, court orders, and related records under the Baker Act, §394.464, Fla. Stat.”The court created a new section (xxiii) to address the Legislature’s actions on violence injunctions, requiring information be kept confidential until the respondent has been notified. Information to be kept confidential includes: “Information that can be used to identify a petitioner or respondent in a petition for an injunction against domestic violence, repeat violence, dating violence, sexual violence, stalking, or cyberstalking, and any affidavits, notice of hearing, and temporary injunction until the respondent has been personally served with a copy of the petition for injunction, affidavits, notice of hearing, and temporary injunction. § 119.0714(1)(k)3, Fla. Stat.”The court made the amendments effective July 1, and gave interested parties 75 days from the date of the opinion to file comments.
Owen Farrell is set to defer around 90% of his wages for five months in an attempt to help Saracens survive the Covid-19 crisis.The English premiership club has moved to slash costs to prevent going under amid the pandemic and it has been reported that Farrell, Maro Itoje and the Vunipola brothers among others, have been asked to defer the majority of their wages until the start of next season which is currently scheduled for September.According to the Guardian, that means Farrell will be asked to defer around £300,000 of his wages for five months.Saracens have announced that deferred salaries would be repaid over an 18-month period, but did not say whether the proposed wage deferrals have been formally accepted by the players but they are said to be ‘overwhelmingly supportive’.The Guardian has reported it is unclear whether they would be included in this season’s wage bill or for the 2021-22 Premiership campaign, assuming Saracens are promoted next season.The club has already had a 25% pay cut imposed on its squad as part of a blanket move by premiership clubs which was this week strongly criticised by the Rugby Players’ Association (RPA).Saracens also became the latest club to announce they are taking advantage of the government’s furlough scheme.Neil Golding, the club’s chairman, insisted the measures were all necessary to keep Saracens afloat.‘We understand this is really tough for everyone, but the reality is that the only way to survive this unprecedented situation as a club is to make these adjustments.’Photo: Dan Mullan/Getty Images Published on April 16, 2020 Shop Bras Online | Search AdsTake a Look at These Bra and Panty SetsShop Bras Online | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Watch: I wanted to rip Jean’s head off – Jaque FourieSA Rugby MagUndo GoGoPeak10 Most Beautiful Cities You Should Visit Once In Your LifetimeGoGoPeak|SponsoredSponsoredUndo World Cup-winning Bok quartet in Eddie Jones’ all-time XVMaverick coach Eddie Jones has named his Test dream team made up of players he has worked with throughout his illustrious career.SA Rugby MagUndoLoans | Search AdsLooking for loan in Hong Kong? Find options hereLoans | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCNAHow is life for Cambodian boy linguist after viral fame?CNA|SponsoredSponsoredUndoShop Bras Online | Search AdsBrilliant Bra and Panty Sets (take a look)Shop Bras Online | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndo贷款| 搜索广告在香港獲得貸款可能比您想的要容易贷款| 搜索广告|SponsoredSponsoredUndo熱門話題對肚腩脂肪感到後悔！試了在萬寧賣的這個後…熱門話題|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Post by SA Rugby magazine AlphaCuteOprah’s New House Cost $90 Million, And This Is What It Looks LikeAlphaCute|SponsoredSponsoredUndo ‘ ‘ Owen Farrell kicks at goal Posted in English Premiership, News, Top headlines Tagged coronavirus, covid-19, English Premiership, Owen Farrell, Saracens 330 69 ‘ ‘ Farrell offers up majority of wages to help Sarries ‘ ‘ 熱門話題不要被酵素騙了！在萬寧賣的「這個」直接針對脂肪…熱門話題|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAaron Smith names South African as greatest World Cup scrumhalfSA Rugby MagUndoJapan-based Kiwi player: I hope to never experience this againSA Rugby MagUndoLife Exact BrazilGrace Jones Is Now 72 Years Old, This Is Her NowLife Exact Brazil|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
Additionally, Smith said he considered becoming a politician someday.“If that was an option after a lot of years of practicing law, I think that would be pretty interesting thing to be involved with,” Smith said. “It is not an easy path to take, especially in the U.S. It takes a lot of money, and it takes a lot of connections to get involved with at a high level. But I think that it would be great to have an influence on not just on my friends but the nation as a whole.”Kaci Smith said she believes her son would be a great politician.“I could definitely see him go down that path,” Smith’s mother said. “He’s very composed, and he also does his homework, too. What I mean by that is he doesn’t just go give an opinion on something unless he has checked out what that opinion really means. I think that’s really important for a politician.”Smith’s younger brother, Grant, a swimmer for Davidson, said his brother represents himself very well.“CJ always knows when to take a backseat and be an observer,” Grant Smith said. “He also knows when to speak his mind. A lot of people look up to him for that. I don’t know if he realizes how many people look up to him, but he’s just a natural born leader.”Swimming dreamsBesides taking a year off to prep for the LSAT, Smith will be training to qualify for the 2016 Summer Olympics.He said the trial is a little bit away, but it comes up soon, and he wants to be ready for it. “Right now, even if I am a few seconds behind [a qualifying time], obviously I don’t want to cut myself short. The big goal for me has always been to represent the United States. I don’t want to quit swimming knowing that I feel like I have the potential to reach that,” Smith said.Grant Smith said if his brother does realize his goal of representing the United States in the Olympics, he wouldn’t know how to describe his feelings exactly. In high school, he said his brother wasn’t in contention to qualify for the Illinois state meet, but he left as one of the best 500-yard freestylers.“I think there would be so much joy knowing that his work really did pay off,” Grant Smith said. “Even if he doesn’t make the Olympics, he should be proud of what he has accomplished in the sport of swimming.”But before the Olympic trials, Smith has another important meet to focus on. He’ll have about three weeks off before the NCAA championships.However, no matter how he performs or what the legacy that Smith may leave behind at Minnesota, his parents will always be proud of him.“We are extremely thankful for the opportunity that he has been given,” said Smith’s father, Chris. “It means a lot to us that he is very devoted to the program. He has probably got as much out of it as he has given back. I think he wants to leave the program better than [when] he came there, and I hope that’s what happens.” CJ Smith looking to fulfill big dreamsSenior swimmer CJ Smith is an All-American for the Gophers.James HealyCJ Smith will compete in his fourth consecutive NCAA championships later this month. Danny ChenMarch 4, 2015Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintIt takes a lot of commitment to become an All-American at the Division I level.For senior CJ Smith, his desire to be the best started before he even stepped on campus.As a high school swimmer, Smith didn’t miss a single practice in all four years of his career.“I’ve never seen somebody who has been so dedicated and works hard on his own. We never, ever, ever had to tell him to go to practice. Not once in his entire life,” said Kaci Smith, CJ’s mother.Smith’s commitment to swimming has taken him to his fourth-consecutive NCAA championships, where he’ll compete later this month.“He just continues to do for the Gophers what he [has done] for the last three years, finishing up his fourth year,” head coach Kelly Kremer said. “There is no question about it that he is dependable. He’s a heck of a swimmer, and I know he’ll finish his career strong in the NCAAs.”Smith completed his final Big Ten championships last month, and he has one more collegiate meet that could add on to his legacy here at Minnesota.Beyond that, Smith has already made plans — law school.Career aspirationsRecently, Smith has spent summers working at the State Fair in the entertainment department.“I got to meet some of the agents for musicians,” Smith said. “I know that I want to be in the field of law, and I have set my sights on it; and that is one of my goals.”His acquaintance with the agents sparked his interest in representing athletes in the future.“Being an agent is a really interesting line of work,” Smith said. “It’s one of those things where the effort you put in is what you are going to get out. You chase people, and you want to represent them. And if you show them that you have a real passion for it, then they are going to let you represent them as an agent.”Chris and Kaci Smith, CJ’s parents, said they support his decision whole-heartedly.“We learned to never doubt his ability or his desire to want to pursue something,” Chris Smith said. “He’s always been so focused on things that if [being a sports agent] is what he wants to do, we know that he will be successful at it.”Smith said after he graduates, he will use the following year to study for the Law School Admission Test or LSAT.
Smart water meters with Capstone Metering Smart pallets with RM2 Smart beverage fountains with PepsiCo Consumer devices with Samsung Shipping container monitoring with Xirgo Technologies Connected vehicles and fleet & asset management with CalAmp Home security and automation with Telular. AT&T has decided for nationwide deployment of its LTE-M network for the Internet of Things (IoT) ahead of schedule in the second quarter of 2017. The roll out will ultimately support a North American footprint across the AT&T 4G LTE network in the U.S. and Mexico which covers nearly 400 million subscribers.The plans will follow the successful establishment of the AT&T LTE-M Low-Power Wide-Area network at AT&T Labs in San Ramon, California which is also North America’s first LTE-M enabled commercial site.According to AT&T, LTE-M will be the catalyst for large-scale IoT deployments and the devices designed to operate on the LTE-M network will have significant advantages over traditional IoT connectivity options such as lower device costs, longer battery life (expected up to 10 years), better coverage underground and deep inside buildings as well as tiny module sizes (as small as 1/6 the size of current modules).AT&T is currently testing LTE-M network and chipset technology in:
Share Argonaut Weekly: March 29-April 4 Argonauts of the Week: (L-R) Dustin Lawley, Shannon Miles, Barbara Oliveira PENSACOLA, Fla. – The West Florida baseball team is off to a 5-1 start to its Gulf South Conference schedule, as the Argonauts are tied for first atop the East Division standings. Elsewhere in UWF Athletics, the No. 14 men’s golf team had a solid finish among some strong Division II programs at the Bobcat Invitational, and the No. 15 UWF softball team went 2-2 for the week. Finally, the Argonauts tennis teams continued their tough schedules, with each team falling to Valdosta State in their first GSC losses of the season while also picking up victories in their other matches.ARGONAUTS OF THE WEEKDustin LawleyJunior Third BasemanBaseballOn the week Dustin Lawley (Bessemer, Ala./Wallace State CC – Hanceville) was outstanding at the plate, batting .615 with eight runs batted including a go-ahead two-run homer in the top of the ninth in the Argos 6-5 game one win over West Georgia. In six games played this week the junior recorded multiple hit games in all but one contest and is currently riding a seven game hit streak. He has now tallied 13 multiple hit games on the season which is one off the team high of 14. He currently leads the team in batting (.392), on-base percentage (.464) and stolen bases (14) and is second on the team with a .536 slugging percentage and 38 hits.Shannon MilesSenior First BasemanSoftballShannon Miles (Shreveport, La./Bossier Parrish CC) used a .455 average at the plate and nine RBI to help the No. 15 UWF softball team to a 2-2 record on the week. Miles launched three homeruns over the course of the week, including her second grand slam of the season in a loss to No. 4 Valdosta State. The senior tallied five extra-base hits, and had two four-RBI performances in four games. Miles leads her team with nine homeruns and 43 RBI this season, and she is also batting .374 with a team-high .727 slugging percentage.Barbara OliveiraJuniorWomen’s TennisBarbara Oliveira (Belo Horizonte, Brazil/Seminole CC) of the No. 9 UWF women’s tennis team led the Argonauts to a pair of victories in three matches last week. The junior transfer was perfect in singles and doubles, picking up a 3-0 record at No. 1 singles, including a three-set win over No. 7 Natali Gumbrecht of Valdosta State, and a 2-0 mark in doubles alongside partner Mariana Sonnervig.For all of your hotel needs in the Pensacola area, visit www.highpointe.com.BASEBALL (23-12, 5-1 GSC)- 3/23 vs. Arkansas Tech (DH): 5-1 W, 6-4 W- 3/24 vs. Arkansas Tech: 7-9 L- 3/27 @ West Georgia (DH): 6-5 W, 7-6 W- 3/28 @ West Georgia: 8-2 WThe Argo baseball team continued to roll this week, picking up five wins including a three game sweep over Gulf South Conference opponent West Georgia. The Argos began the week by taking two-of-three from Arkansas Tech in a non-conference in-region matchup at Jim Spooner Field. The Argos then hit the road on the weekend for their first GSC road test against West Georgia, eventually sweeping the Wolves in three close ballgames.West Florida Head Coach Mike Jeffcoat earned his 150th win as the Argonauts skipper as his club defeated the Wonder Boys of Arkansas Tech 5-1 and 6-4 in a doubleheader sweep. Josh Reed, in his first career start, took to the mound in game one of the series against Arkansas Tech and was outstanding on the hill. He allowed just one run in eight strong innings while scattering five hits with six punch outs to earn his first win as an Argonaut. In the nightcap the Argos held on for a 6-4 win, fending off a three-run seventh inning rally from Tech.In their first GSC road series of the season the Argos took advantage of a struggling West Georgia team and capitalized with a three game sweep. It was not an easy road to victory for the Argos as they erased five-run deficits in both games of Saturday’s doubleheader to pull out one-run victories. Dustin Lawley was the hero in game one, blasting a go-ahead two-run homerun in the top of the ninth to give the Argos a 6-5 victory. In game two it was Jack Materne who blasted his first homerun of the season, a two-run homer, in the top of the sixth to put the Argos on top 7-6. On Sunday afternoon it was Materne who once again used the long ball to spark the Argos offense and break a 1-1 tie in the top of the ninth. Seven runs would cross the board in the inning to give them eventual 8-2 win and a series sweep over the Wolves.This week is a short week for the Argos, playing four games in five days. On Tuesday they will host visiting NAIA Mobile at Jim Spooner Field with first pitch scheduled for 5 p.m. CT. The Argos will then hit the road for another GSC test when they travel to Livingston, Ala. for a three game series against West Alabama. First pitch for Friday’s doubleheader will begin at 4 p.m. with game two to follow and on Saturday the third and final game will begin at 1 p.m.MEN’S GOLF- 3/22-23 @ Bobcat Invitational: 4th of 17 teamsAfter being tied for the lead coming into Tuesday’s final round, the No. 14 West Florida men’s golf team shot a third round 306 for a total 888, but it was not enough to hold on. The Argonauts dropped back three spots to finish the Bobcat Invitational hosted by No. 2 Georgia College and State in fourth place, just seven strokes from tournament winner No. 8 Lynn.The Argonauts had two players finish in the top-15 of the field individually, with junior Otto Bonning placing low overall for the team at a tie for sixth place. Bonning shot a final round 77 for a total 219, five strokes back from individual winner Peter Tarver Jones from Belmont Abbey. Freshman Blake Olson’s consistent play allowed him to finish tied for 13th after a five-over 75 the last day, shooting a total 221 (73-73-75).The Argonauts will travel to their final tournament of the regular season April 5-6 when they head down to Miami Shores, Fla., to face No. 1 Barry in the Buccaneer Invitational at the Normandy Shores Golf Club.SOFTBALL (27-6, 6-4 GSC)- 3/22 vs. Wisconsin-Oshkosh (DH): 10-1 W (5 inn.), 9-7 W- 3/25 vs. Freed-Hardeman (DH): rained out- 3/27 @ No. 4 Valdosta State (DH): 6-14 L (6 inn.), 4-8 LWest Florida softball remained at No. 15 in the national poll and posted a 2-2 mark in action this week. The Argos swept Spring Fling opponent Wisconsin-Oshkosh to kick off the week, but fell in a doubleheader with No. 4 Valdosta State over the weekend. Shannon Miles stood out on the week, as she launched three homeruns, including her second grand slam of the season in a loss to VSU. In their final Spring Fling doubleheader of the week, the Argos cruised to a 10-1, five inning victory in the first game and then staged a 9-7 come-from-behind victory behind the arm of Harvey in game two over Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Miles stood out at the plate with a 2-3, four RBI performance that included two homeruns in the first game victory, while Crystal Thompson led with four RBI in the second game.The No. 15 Argos fell victim to the overpowering offense of No. 4 Valdosta State in a doubleheader sweep by the Lady Blazers on Saturday afternoon. While West Florida held leads in both games, they dropped the first game in six innings by a 14-6 score, and surrendered 8-4 in game two. Three Argonauts homered in the two contests, as Karri Bisbee led with three hits on the day.The Argos will be back in GSC action this weekend, traveling to West Alabama for a noon doubleheader on Friday. West Florida will then wrap up the weekend at North Alabama on Saturday, with first pitch also scheduled for noon.MEN’S TENNIS (7-7, 3-1 GSC)- 3/23 vs. No. 41 North Alabama: 8-1 W- 3/25 vs. No. 11 Georgia College & State: rained out- 3/26 vs. No. 21 Drury: 7-2 W- 3/26 vs. No. 3 Valdosta State: 4-5 L- 3/28 vs. Delta State: 8-1 WThe No. 7 UWF men’s tennis team went 3-1 for the week, with all four matches at home at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex. The Argonauts picked up wins over No. 41 North Alabama, No. 21 Drury, and Delta State, but they fell to No. 3 Valdosta State 4-5 in their first GSC loss of the season.The Argos claimed an 8-1 win over UNA in the first match of the week, improving to 3-0 in conference play. The Argonauts swept doubles play and dropped just one doubles match on the way to the victory. After a match against No. 11 Georgia College and State was rained out, UWF returned for two matches on Friday. In the morning match against Drury, the Argos swept doubles play once again and won four of six singles matches to pick up the 7-2 win.The Argos then hosted conference rival Valdosta State that afternoon, falling 4-5. UWF went up 2-1 after doubles, as Kevin Ducros and Leandro Ferreira won 8-6 at the No. 1 spot and Sean Gunnels and Patrick Bateman also won 8-6 at No. 3. After a stoppage of play due to darkness delayed the match until the following morning, VSU went back on top with wins at the No. 1, 4, 5, and 6 singles spots. Ferreira had a big win at No. 2 singles for UWF, upsetting the No. 1 ranked player in the country Philip Pakebush 6-3, 7-6.In Sunday’s 8-1 win over Delta State, the Argonauts took two of three doubles matches and swept all six singles matches to improve to 7-7 overall. Gunnels and Lue were especially impressive at the No. 5 and 6 spots, respectively, as Gunnels won 6-0, 6-2 and Lue picked up a 6-1, 6-1 victory.The Argonauts will next face No. 27 BYU-Hawaii (12-1) on Monday, March 29 at 2:00 p.m. at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex at UWF main campus in Pensacola, Fla.WOMEN’S TENNIS (8-6, 3-1 GSC)- 3/23 vs. North Alabama: 8-1 W- 3/25 vs. No. 31 Georgia College & State: rained out- 3/26 vs. No. 6 Valdosta State: 3-6 L- 3/28 vs. No. 27 Delta State: 9-0 WThe No. 9 ranked Argonauts went 2-1 last week, and they started things off with an 8-1 win over visiting North Alabama. The Argonauts swept doubles play and dropped just one match in singles. UWF then faced No. 6 Valdosta State, and the Lade Blazers outlasted UWF, handing the Argos a 6-3 loss. Barbara Oliveira was one of two for West Florida to win at singles, and she defeated No. 7 Natali Gumbrecht at the No. 1 spot 3-6, 7-5, 10-0. In the final match of the week, UWF bounced back with a 9-0 sweep of No. 27 Delta State.With the win over Delta State, West Florida women’s tennis improved to an 8-6 overall record. The Argonauts will now face No. 3 BYU-Hawaii (18-0) on Monday, March 29 at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex at 9:30 a.m. The match will be a challenging one, as the Seasiders count on the top ranked doubles pair formed by Elwen Li and Yuan Jia. In singles Li is ranked No. 2 in the nation, followed by Jia who is ranked No. 3. BYU-Hawaii also counts on Jenny Chin who is ranked No. 20 in the country in singles.MULTIMEDIAThe UWF Sports Information office is proud to offer a variety of ways to stay updated on Argonaut Athletics:- Live Audio- Live Video- Live Stats- eScores- E-mailing List- www.Facebook.com/GoArgos- www.Twitter.com/GoArgos- Photo Galleries- RSS Feeds- Podcasts2009-10 ARGONAUTS OF THE WEEK3/29Dustin LawleyBaseballShannon MilesSoftballBarbara OliveiraWomen’s Tennis3/22Ashleigh AllgoodSoftballDaniel Vargas-VilaBaseball3/15Melissa ChastangSoftballEric KrollBaseballAndrey PozhidaevMen’s Tennis3/8Taylor BrewsterWomen’s Tennis3/1Natalia EspinosaWomen’s GolfJason PostillBaseballBhavna ShettyWomen’s Golf2/22Amy DrakeWomen’s BasketballJillian LafranceSoftball2/15Amber IngramSoftballBlake OlsonMen’s Golf2/8Zach CatesBaseball1/18Jose DavilaMen’s Basketball1/11Sabrina StambouliWomen’s Basketball1/4Max HoggardMen’s Basketball12/14Ken MitchellMen’s Basketball12/7Amy DrakeWomen’s Basketball11/30Dominique BoykinsWomen’s BasketballMaurice ThomasMen’s Basketball11/23Shameka GordonWomen’s SoccerJonathan JacksonMen’s BasketballTiffany WilliamsWomen’s Basketball11/16Courtney JonesWomen’s SoccerJamie NicholsVolleyball11/9Frank CopeMen’s SoccerLindsay HommeVolleyball11/2Shakira DuncanWomen’s SoccerPatricia GandolfoVolleyball10/26Kara GonzalezVolleyballEddie PaganMen’s Cross CountryJordan StoneWomen’s Soccer10/19Valissia BrathwaiteVolleyballRichard DixonMen’s Soccer10/12Donald DavisMen’s Cross CountryShakira DuncanWomen’s Soccer10/5Kevin DucrosMen’s TennisLeandro FerreiraMen’s TennisBailee HedstromWomen’s Cross Country9/28Patricia GandolfoVolleyballJenny LinesWomen’s GolfKaley MorrisWomen’s Soccer9/21Tyler BowmanMen’s Cross CountryJay MainvilleMen’s Soccer9/14Kimberly ClarkVolleyballDernelle MascallWomen’s Soccer9/7Shaneka GordonWomen’s SoccerMegan SteinocherWomen’s Cross Country8/31Paul WilloughbyMen’s SoccerTHIS WEEK’S UWF ATHLETICS SCHEDULEMonday, March 29W. Golf @ Barry Bucs Women’s Invitational (at Miami, Fla.; Don Shula’s Golf Club)M. Tennis vs. BYU-Hawaii 2:00W. Tennis vs. BYU-Hawaii 2:00Tuesday, March 30W. Golf @ Barry Bucs Women’s Invitational (at Miami, Fla.; Don Shula’s Golf Club)Baseball vs. Mobile 5:00 Thursday, April 1M. Tennis vs. TBA (Blue Gray Championships) (at Montgomery, Ala.)W. Tennis vs. TBA (Blue Gray Championships) (at Montgomery, Ala.)Friday, April 2M. Tennis vs. TBA (Blue Gray Championships) (at Montgomery, Ala.)W. Tennis vs. TBA (Blue Gray Championships) (at Montgomery, Ala.)Softball @ West Alabama (DH) (at Livingston, Ala.)* noonBaseball @ West Alabama (DH) (at Livingston, Ala.)* 4:00 Saturday, April 3M. Cross Country @ Tiger Invitational (at Auburn, Ala.)W. Tennis vs. TBA (Blue Gray Championships) (at Montgomery, Ala.)M. Tennis vs. TBA (Blue Gray Championships) (at Montgomery, Ala.)Softball @ North Alabama (DH) (at Florence, Ala.)* noon Baseball @ West Alabama (at Livingston, Ala.)* 1:00For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version
Napoli really want Matteo Darmian, but the question Gazzetta dello Sport seem to be asking on Friday is how badly does Matteo Darmian want Napoli? The Manchester United defender has made it very clear that he would love to return to Italy, even if it seemed Juventus and Inter were his two preferred destinations, but with both of those now long forgotten dreams, he doesn’t have many other options.Carlo Ancelotti wants a reunion with the player he gave his debut to back when he was still a Milan youth product, but the cost of the operation remains an issue.Aurelio de Laurentiis would rather not spend €20m on a new full-back, since the club already has starters on both sides, yet he would be prepared to make a ‘sacrifice’ for the Italy international if he had to.Embed from Getty ImagesThe real obstacle here is Darmian’s wages, described as those of a ‘top player’ at Napoli, meaning he would have to lower his demands should he move to the south of Italy.Transferring him would still come via the loan with an obligation to buy route, but there’s yet to be a signal from Old Trafford such a formula would be accepted, especially with José Mourinho constantly moaning about his lack of players during preseason.If Manchester United get the money they wish, they’ll most likely sell, but first, Darmian has to show how much he wants his return to Italy.Over in Naples, Il Mattino appear to have a different version of the story, claiming that Mourinho has ‘endorsed’ the sale of the full-back.However, nothing has happened yet due to Manchester United wanting a direct transfer and not a loan.At the end of the day, if Aurelio de Laurentiis decides he wants to offer Darmian as a present to Ancelotti, he’ll find the money somewhere, whether it be down the back of a sofa or in his back pocket.The final issue will always be the full-back’s desire.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is a Must-Have. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoPremier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond BoutiqueUndoDating.comThe Most Handsome Men In Hong Kong On This Dating SiteDating.comUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoInstant Voice TranslatorGenius Japanese Invention Allows You To Instantly Speak 43 LanguagesInstant Voice TranslatorUndoCNBC InternationalSingapore’s Freelancers Find New Income During the Coronavirus Pandemic.CNBC InternationalUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndo
Former Barcelona and Celta Vigo boss Luis Enrique has been appointed as the new Spanish national team manager.His appointment was confirmed at a Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) press conference on Monday afternoon.The 48-year-old has signed a two-year deal to replace former Spanish teammate Fernando Hierro, who was in charge as Spain were eliminated by hosts Russia on penalties in a round of 16 clash at the ongoing FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia.Hierro had resigned from the post on Sunday and also decided not to return to his Sporting Director role.He was elevated from the post to replace the sacked Julen Lopetegui as manager just before the start of the tournament in Russia.2010 World Cup winners Spain have now had three managers within the last one month.RelatedFernando Hierro Leaves Spanish Coaching JobJuly 8, 2018In “Europe”Pique Announces Retirement From International FootballAugust 12, 2018In “Europe”Lopetegui Dismissed As Spain Manager Just Before Russia 2018 World Cup Opener With PortugalJune 13, 2018In “Europe”