Manchester United fans react to injury-ravaged defensive line-up

first_imgInjury-ravaged Manchester United have named only one senior defender in the side for their crucial Europa League second-leg clash with FC Midtjylland.Chris Smalling misses the game – only the second time he has missed a match this season – and is replaced by Michael Carrick at centre-back, alongside Daley Blind.Guillermo Varela continues at right-back while 19-year-old Joe Riley makes his full Red Devils debut at left-back.United are 2-1 down in the tie ahead of the second-leg at Old Trafford on Thursday night and the defensive line-up has left many fans worried about the chances of progressing.See the best reaction below! Manchester United team to face FC Midtjylland: Romero, Varela, Carrick, Blind, Riley, Herrera, Schneiderlin, Lingard, Mata, Memphis, Martial.Subs: J.Pereira, Rojo, Poole, McNair, Love, A. Pereira, Rashford. 19-year-old Joe Riley makes his first start for the club 1center_img [View the story “‘After spending a fortune, we are still left with Carrick at centre-back!’ – Manchester United fans react to line up ” on Storify]last_img read more

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Peninsula prevails in shootout

first_imgThat preceded a shootout of memorable proportions that wasn’t resolved until Kelly’s 2-point conversion pass to Personius fell incomplete with 55 seconds to play, allowing Peninsula to run out the clock. Mira Costa, plagued by mistakes again, finally got it together in the fourth quarter. Kelly engineered a 14-play, 80-yard drive that resulted in Chris Loatman’s 2-yard touchdown run with 9:13 to play. The touchdown cut Peninsula’s lead to 21-13, but T.J. Thormodsgaard’s extra-point attempt was blocked by Harry Sherwood. Solomon the raced for a 65-yard touchdown, giving Peninsula a 28-13 lead with 9:03 to play. Kelly went back to work, guiding an eight-play, 80-yard drive capped by Loatman’s 8-yard TD run to trim the Peninsula lead to 28-20 with 6:38 left. Mira Costa recovered an onside kick, preceding Kelly’s 35-yard touchdown pass to Personius, which reduced Peninsula’s lead to 28-26 with 4:30 to play. Peninsula recovered the next onside kick. Enter Solomon again. The senior sprinted for a 50-yard touchdown, building Peninsula’s lead to 35-26 with 2:28 left. Kelly then took Mira Costa 73 yards in six plays, completing his last three passes for gains of 17, 23 and 20 yards. Tight end Stephen Bateman’s 20-yard touchdown reception put Mira Costa (2-5-1, 0-2-1) within two points, 35-33, with 2:28 to play. With Peninsula taking over at its own 25-yard line, Solomon saved his best for last. His 75-yard touchdown run was his fifth sprint to the end zone in the game and gave Peninsula a 41-33 lead. But Peninsula’s extra-point attempt failed, leaving Mira Costa with one last chance to force a tie for the second time in the Bay League season. Taking over with 2:12 remaining at Mira Costa’s 20-yard line, Kelly completed four consecutive passes, covering 66 yards without calling a timeout. He threw at will to Personius, who made the first three receptions for gains of 24, 12 and 18 yards. At the Peninsula 13-yard line, Adrien Dotson carried on two consecutive plays, the second of which was a 1-yard touchdown run that pulled Mira Costa to within 41-39 with 55 seconds to play. It capped a strong effort for Dotson, who rushed for 194 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries. But Kelly’s pass to Personius fell short and Peninsula escaped. The teams combined for 998 yards of offense. john.klima@dailybreeze.com160Want 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 MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Peninsula’s Ryan Solomon ran on all three of his team’s offensive plays in the fourth quarter, scoring touchdowns on runs of 65, 50 and 75 yards in the Panthers’ 41-39 Bay League victory at Peninsula. It finished an effort in which Solomon rushed for 334 yards and five touchdowns on 27 carries. Mira Costa began the fourth quarter trailing, 21-7, before quarterback Sean Kelly and receiver Jon-Mikal Personius began to pick apart Peninsula’s secondary. Kelly passed for 256 of his 286 yards in the fourth quarter and Personius finished with 10 receptions for 184 yards and two touchdowns. Peninsula (4-4, 2-1) executed a 14-play, 62-yard drive on its only possession of the third quarter, a drive that ended when Paul Stetson fumbled on the goal line. BAY LEAGUE: Panthers and Mira Costa combine for 52 fourth-quarter points, but Solomon is difference. By John Klima STAFF WRITER Mira Costa and Peninsula traded touchdowns in a 52-point fourth quarter Friday afternoon, but Mira Costa’s inability to stop the run proved more significant than Peninsula’s inability to defend the pass. last_img read more

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Karposi’s sarcoma resurfaces in gay men

first_imgRECURRENCE: Doctors say the new cases of purple lesions on the skin are not as aggressive as the ones in the 1980s. By Sabin Russell SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE San Francisco doctors have reported a cluster among gay men of unusual cases of Kaposi’s sarcoma, the cancerlike skin disease whose disfiguring purple lesions were a terrifying signature of a bygone era of the AIDS epidemic. Kaposi’s sarcoma was one of the first visible manifestations of the HIV epidemic. At the time, it was popularly known as “gay cancer.” About 80 percent of early AIDS patients suffered from it, and when it migrated to the lungs, lymph nodes and throat, many died. With the widespread use of combinations of antiviral drugs beginning in 1995, however, the lesions disappeared, and AIDS-related Kaposi’s sarcoma has seldom been seen in the United States except among impoverished patients whose HIV is untreated. Columbia University researchers proved in 1994 that Kaposi’s sarcoma is caused by a herpes virus, dubbed HHV-8. Both the rampant AIDS-related Kaposi’s sarcoma, and the more benign Mediterranean variety, are caused by the same virus. In the case of uncontrolled HIV infection, the Kaposi’s sarcoma virus takes off because the patient’s immune system is destroyed. In the case of the Mediterranean men, their immune system is simply old. Dr. Marcus Conant was a dermatologist catering to a gay clientele in the early 1980s when the first cases of deadly Kaposi’s sarcoma began to appear. Since then, he built one of the largest private AIDS practices in the nation. After the arrival of effective AIDS drugs, KS cases plummeted, but he has seen about a dozen of these mild cases among patients who have their HIV under control. None has developed the fulminant Kaposi’s sarcoma that killed so many during the 1980s and early 1990s. “I believe some other virus, or infection, is stimulating HHV-8 to replicate,” he said. An eyewitness to the epidemic since its earliest days, Conant is not alarmed by the new Kaposi’s sarcoma cases. “This is nothing like what we saw 25 years ago,” he said.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 MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.All 15 patients under treatment for the condition are long-term survivors of HIV whose infections are firmly under control with antiviral drugs. So far, none of them appears to be in any danger. The new cases of Kaposi’s sarcoma have not been aggressive, invasive or lethal the way the disease behaved in patients with uncontrolled HIV during the 1980s. Still, the lesions are unsightly, difficult to treat and raise uncomfortable questions about what weaknesses might lurk in the immune systems of thousands of aging survivors of the epidemic. The re-emergence of this classic AIDS illness in these outwardly healthy patients is an unsettling echo from the past and a warning that this 26-year-old plague still has the capacity to surprise. “This could either be the canary in the coal mine, or it could just be a collection of rare events that will continue to occur when people are given what appears to be effective treatment,” said Dr. Jeffrey Miller, a San Francisco General Hospital epidemiologist and Kaposi’s sarcoma expert. last_img read more

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Keeping families intact

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre Eventually, the man regrouped, got his life together and his children back. But now the coalition has plans to purchase a property where families can be kept together. The coalition is in escrow to purchase a triplex residence at 7916-20 Newlin Ave. where it can house three homeless families for up to two years. The coalition has had a shelter open since 2001, but it only houses men and women – no children. No services will be provided on site, but all will have access to those provided at the shelter as well as other social services available in the community, he said. WHITTIER – Ted Knoll, the executive director of an agency helping the homeless, still remembers the man he couldn’t help keep his family together. He had come to the Whittier Area First Day Coalition’s shelter. His wife, for whom he had been a caregiver, had died and he became depressed. But he had children, and the family had no place to live. “There were very few (shelters) with children at the time,” Knoll said. “He had to give his kids up to the county and he came into First Day.” Families will be allowed to stay for up to two years. They’re only allowed to stay at the coalition’s shelter for six months. “These will be people who have become stabilized, but don’t have enough money to transition into their own apartment or house,” Knoll said. Residents will pay rent – 30 percent of their income – and meet federal income guidelines. It will be several months before the property is available and the program, called Bringing Families Together, can start. So far, the program has gotten little reaction from its potential neighbors. The coalition has mailed letters out and only gotten one response – a person who was interested in the program for a relative, Knoll said. No one showed up to a Saturday morning meeting. Another meeting with neighbors is scheduled for 1 p.m. today at the Whittier Historic Depot, 7333 Greenleaf Ave. Knoll said the coalition plans to spruce up the house and begin a Neighborhood Watch program. “We want to make it look good and make a nice impression on the community,” he said. Escrow can’t clear until the city approves the project. Jeff Collier, director of community development, said he isn’t sure whether a conditional-use permit will be required. If so, that could take as much as four months to get through the necessary hearings. The residents living at the existing homes also must be relocated with assistance from the coalition, Knoll said. The homes are being purchased with the help of a $1 million grant from Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe. It was part of $4 million in homeless funds he had available. “Whittier Area First Day Coalition has shown that it’s committed to the goal of not just managing the homeless, but ending homelessness,” said David Sommers, Knabe’s spokesman. “We need to support programs that are designed to get people permanently transitioned into long-term housing,” Sommers said. The purchase of the house also has the support of the city. “It’s a great idea,” Mayor Owen Newcomer said. “It adds a level of service in the continuum of care.” For example, someone might go into the coalition’s shelter and start to get your life back together. “But you don’t jump there to become a self-supporting individual,” Newcomer said. “You go out and get a job, but you can’t afford market-rate housing. This allows you to get a little more independent.” mike.sprague@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3022 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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BALLYBOFEY APARTMENTS LOOK LIKE LONDON DOCKLANDS, SAYS BBC RADIO 4

first_imgA NOTORIOUS Ballybofey development at the centre of the property collapse would not look out of place in areas of London’s Docklands, a documentary by BBC Radio Four has said.And the Navenny Place apartments are being used by media organisations around the world as an example of how Ireland went from boom to bust.“There’s nothing particularly executive about the town of Ballybofey in Donegal but away from the main street looms a three-four storey development that wouldn’t look amiss in certain areas of London’s Docklands,” said the report broadcast on Thursday and due to be repeated this Sunday. “It is home to 47 apartments – curved, swanky penthouses at the top, supermarkets and delis on the ground floor and an underground car park to house the swish cars belonging to the upwardly mobile.“It also has have one particularly striking feature at the moment, it’s all very quiet.“The flats at Navenny Place remain unfinished and empty, with locals claiming it has lurched from emblem to eyesore, standing testament to the folly of the Irish building boom.”The site was once seen as being worth around €9.5m but went up for auction for just 11k per apartment last month. It failed to sell amid protests from contractors.“Every time you pass by the building you feel sick,” Mary McCroary, the subcontractors’ spokesperson and financial director of Maine Heating and Plumbing told the BBC.“Every contractor in there did their work and will be reminded of that for the rest of their lives.“I stand to lose my job because of it. Do you not think our own banks are saying to us how are you going to claw back this 100,000 euros? And all because of 47 apartments where all the work has been done but we haven’t been paid out.”The Report is broadcast again this Sunday 19 December 2100 GMT on Radio Four. BALLYBOFEY APARTMENTS LOOK LIKE LONDON DOCKLANDS, SAYS BBC RADIO 4 was last modified: December 17th, 2010 by gregShare 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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PFA Young Player of the Year: What happened next to past winners – revealed

first_img 10 2009 – Ashley Young (Aston Villa) – As the Villans continued their battle to break into the top four, Young was consistent following an award-winning campaign. The flying winger was a soaraway success in 2008/09 and almost got them into the Champions League the year after, only to see them finish sixth for the second season in a row. 10 10 2007 – Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) – The Portuguese star was beginning to hit his straps at Old Trafford in 2006/07 but a year later he hit an astonishing 42 goals in all competitions and helped the Red Devils to victory in the Champions League over Chelsea in Moscow. This triumph led him win the Ballon d’Or and be named FIFA World Player of the Year, amongst other individual titles. 10 2008 – Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal) – Although the Gunners only managed a third place finish in 2007/08, Fabregas lit up the Premier League. A year later, though, his production diminished and Arsene Wenger’s side suffered as a result, finishing the campaign in fourth spot. After playing a part in 23 goals in the year he won the accolade, he could only play a part in 11 the next season. 10 2010 – James Milner (Aston Villa) – After watching Young pick up the plaudits in the previous season, Milner upped his game and won the award in 2009/10. A £26million move to Manchester City followed but his initial impact was limited. He scored only one goal across all competitions but did win the FA Cup as an unused substitute as the Blues beat Stoke City 1-0 thanks to Yaya Toure’s goal. 2012 – Kyle Walker (Tottenham) – As Spurs finished in fourth spot in 2011/12, Walker played more games than any of his team-mates, making the right-back role his own and delighting supporters by scoring the winner in a 2-1 home victory against rivals Arsenal. However, the following year mistakes began to creep into his game and he subsequently lost form, but still played 50 matches in all competitions. 10 10 2006 – Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) – Click the right arrow above to see how previous PFA Young Player of the Year winners have done the season after… – After getting 19 goals across all competitions in 2005/06, the England striker went on to notch 23 a year later. His improvement also saw the Red Devils go from runners-up to Premier League winners, which was Rooney’s first title win. 2014 – Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – In his second year with the Blues, Hazard hit 14 Premier League goals and made seven assists as he collected the gong and the next season propelled them to the title with another 14 goals and nine assists and was named the PFA’s Player of the Year thanks to a series of impressive displays. 2011 – Jack Wilshere (Arsenal) – The Gunners youngster, in his first full campaign, impressed with his mature displays over 49 matches in all competitions in 2010/11. Sadly, a stress fracture to his ankle, which needed surgery, kept him out for the entirety of the next season. 2013 – Gareth Bale (Tottenham) – The Welshman was named PFA Young Player of the Year and Player of the Year as he almost single-handedly fired Spurs to a fifth-placed finish in 2012/13, netting 21 goals in 33 Premier League appearances. Tottenham weren’t able to see him follow up this award-winning campaign as Real Madrid swooped and signed him for £85.1m. He went on to lift the Champions League and Copa del Rey trophies in his debut season for Los Blancos. 10 Dele Alli was named the PFA’s Young Player of the Year on Sunday after a stunning debut campaign with Tottenham.The Spurs youngster has put in some stellar showing and grabbed some great goals as they have pushed Leicester City in the Premier League title race.Alli is the fourth Tottenham star in five seasons to be awarded the accolade and the seventh Englishman in the last ten campaigns, but is claiming the trophy a charm or a curse?Click the right arrow above to see how the last ten winners did the season after being given the award… 10 10 2015 – Harry Kane (Tottenham) – At the start of the year, it looked like the Spurs youngster was third in the pecking order behind Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado, but by the end of the campaign he was an automatic starter, scoring 31 goals in total. Thought of by some as a possible one-season wonder, Kane has defied his critics by hitting 27 so far as Tottenham push for the Premier League title.last_img read more

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James Morrison signs new two-year West Brom deal

first_img West Brom midfielder James Morrison 1 West Brom midfielder James Morrison has signed a new two-year contract with the Premier League club.The 30-year-old, who joined the Baggies from Middlesbrough in 2007, is now tied to the Hawthorns until 2018.West Brom also have an option to extend the deal by a further year.Morrison, who missed the second half of last season through injury, told the club website: “I had a good sit down and think about it – did I need a new challenge? What more could I do with the club?“I spoke with my family, the chairman [Jeremy Peace], [director] Richard Garlick and they told me their vision about where we go from here and I also thought about the end of last season. I didn’t like the way I went out – walking around the pitch and then out the door.“I had worked too hard for it to finish like that. Now I hope that we can push the club on again, because we all have to accept that since finishing eighth we haven’t done as well as we wanted to.”Head coach Tony Pulis said: “It was inevitable that James would consider his options at the end of his contract, but we’re delighted that he has decided to sign back up with Albion.”last_img read more

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Tiger that mauled 3 at San Francisco Zoo may have been taunted

first_imgPolice are reportedly investigating whether one or more of the young men mauled by a tiger at the San Francisco Zoo may have taunted the animal before its deadly rampage, a possibility the father of one of the victims said Thursday he hoped wasn’t true. “I don’t think my son would do something like taunt animals,” Carlos Sousa told ABC’s “Good Morning America.” “It’s unbelievable, but only the evidence can prove that. And right now I can’t say much.”. His son, Carlos Sousa Jr., 17, was one of three men attacked by a Siberian tiger around closing time on Christmas. Police shot the 300-pound animal to death after it killed Sousa and severely mauled two brothers who also were visiting the zoo. . According to the San Francisco Chronicle, police found a shoe and blood in an area between the gate and the edge of the animal’s 25- to 30-foot-wide moat, prompting the possibility that one of the victims dangled a leg or other body part over the edge of the moat. . Instead, he speculated that visitors could have been fooling around and might have taunted the animal and perhaps even helped it get out by, say, putting a board in the moat. . Ron Magill, a spokesman at the Miami Metro Zoo, said it was unlikely a zoo tiger could make such a leap, even with a running start. . “Captive tigers aren’t nearly in the kind of shape that wild tigers have to be in to survive,” he said. He said taunting can definitely make an animal more aggressive, but “whether it makes it more likely to get out of an exhibit is purely speculative.” . The same tiger, a 4-year-old female named Tatiana, ripped the flesh off a zookeeper’s arm just before Christmas a year ago while the woman was feeding the animal through the bars. A state investigation faulted the zoo, which installed better equipment at the Lion House, where the big cats are kept. . Zoo director Manuel Mollinedo said Wednesday he gave no thought to destroying Tatiana after the 2006 incident, because “the tiger was acting as a normal tiger does.” As for whether Tatiana showed any warning signs before Tuesday’s attack, Mollinedo said: “She seemed to be very well-adjusted into that exhibit.” . It was unclear how long the tiger had been loose before it was killed. The three visitors were attacked around closing time Tuesday on the 125-acre zoo grounds. Four officers hunted down and shot the animal after police got a 911 call from a zoo employee. . The zoo has a response team that can shoot animals. But zoo officials and police described the initial moments after the escape as chaotic. . The first attack happened right outside the tiger’s enclosure – Sousa died at the scene. Another was about 300 yards away, in front of the zoo cafe. The police chief said the animal was mauling one of the survivors, and when officers yelled at it to stop, it turned toward them and they opened fire. . Only then did they see the third victim, police said. . The two injured men, 19- and 23-year-old brothers from San Jose, were in stable condition Wednesday at San Francisco General Hospital. They suffered deep bites and claw wounds on their heads, necks, arms and hands, said Dr. Rochelle Dicker, a surgeon. She said they were expected to recover fully. . Sousa’s parents told the AP they didn’t know why their son went to the zoo Tuesday, but it should have been a fun Christmas Day activity. “It’s not a safe place for kids,” said his mother, Marilza Sousa. “People go there to have a good time, not to get killed.” — Associated Press writers Jordan Robertson, Louise Chu and Terence Chea in San Francisco and Carla K. Johnson in Chicago contributed to this report. 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 MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Police on Thursday could not confirm the Chronicle’s report to The Associated Press. . “I don’t think this deserves to happen to anybody – taunting or not taunting,” Carlos Sousa told ABC. “Animals should be protected from the people and the people should be protected from the animals.” . Police Chief Heather Fong said Wednesday the department opened a criminal investigation to “determine if there was human involvement in the tiger getting out or if the tiger was able to get out on its own.” . The zoo was to remain closed Thursday. One zoo official insisted the tiger did not get out through an open door and must have climbed or leaped out. But Jack Hanna, former director of the Columbus Zoo, said such a leap would be an unbelievable feat and “virtually impossible.” .last_img read more

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Palestinians get to vote in Jerusalem

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 MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita Although Sharon is not expected to resume his official duties, the attorney general sidestepped an irreversible decision to declare him permanently incapacitated and instruct the Cabinet to choose a successor. Instead, he told Olmert to remain acting premier, presumably until Israel’s March 28 elections, Israeli officials said. JERUSALEM – Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert faced his first major test on Sunday when he led his Cabinet in a unanimous decision to let Palestinians vote in Jerusalem later this month, defusing a crisis that threatened to derail the parliamentary elections. The move came hours before doctors performed a tracheotomy on Ariel Sharon to help wean him off a respirator 11 days after he suffered a stroke, Hadassah Hospital said in a statement. On Saturday night, the 77-year-old leader was taken off the last of the sedatives that kept him in a medically induced coma, the hospital said. But he remained unconscious. Attorney General Meni Mazuz also directed Olmert on Sunday to continue serving as acting prime minister. Olmert, seen as Sharon’s likely heir, has been running the government since the prime minister’s Jan. 4 stroke. In the West Bank, Israeli troops shot and killed a Palestinian mother and her armed 20-year-old son in what appeared to be a mix-up sparked by a village feud, residents said. last_img read more

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MASSIVE CROWDS EXPECTED AT €850,000 FURNITURE LIQUIDATOR STOCK DISPOSAL SALE

first_imgThe Furniture Liquidator in Letterkenny is the ONLY place to visit this weekend if you are looking for something for your house.They’re not joking when they say they will be selling to the bare walls as NO reasonable offer will be refused with a staggering €850,000 stock disposal sale.They have so much furniture that they have been forced to bring in a giant marquee. Don’t miss this entire stock disposal sale at the marquee. Grab your keys it’s time to you to get the biggest bargains of all time at the Furniture Liquidator, Pearse Road, Letterkenny this Friday, 3rd June.In our marquee, over 100 foot long of bargains packed to the roof, we will be selling EVERYTHING ON FRIDAY,SATURDAY,SUNDAY & MONDAY Nothing will be held back.Extra staff have been brought in for this event.This is the biggest stock disposal sale ever to be held in Donegal, and probably Ireland.At the furniture liquidator we receive stock from Irish and UK shops, which are closed or are closing and need to dispose of stock FAST!To make way for over 23 containers scheduled to arrive soon, we have decided to run a stock disposal sale to you the public at prices never seen before. Included in our lots for sale areBRANDED WATCHES,LAPTOPS, TOOLS,BBQ’S, METAL SHEDS,GARDEN FURNITURE, SINGLE GARDEN CHAIRS, HEAVY GARDEN, BENCHES MADE FROM CEDARWOOD, KIDS BMX BIKES, ADULTS BIKES, ALL SIZES, ALL BRANDS, SOFT FURNISHINGS, INCLUDING RECLINERS, FABRIC SUITES, AND WIPE-CLEAN, 311 SUITES, CORNER SUITES, SINGLE CHAIRS, POUFFEES, TOYS, AND BIKES FOR CHILD AND ADULT, ALL BRANDS WILL BE SOLD AT PRICES NOT OFFERED ANYWHERE ELSE.BEDS 3FT 4FT 6 & KING SIZE . MATTRESSES OF EVERY BRAND AND GRADE . FULLCONTAINER OF HOTEL GRADE MATTRESSES ALL SIZES WILL BE SOLD AT COST PRICE OR LESS, WHEN THEY ARE GONE, THEY ARE GONE!ROBES 2 DOOR 3 DOOR AND 4 DOOR, BEDSIDE LOCKERS OF EVERY COLOUR, AND CHEST OF DRAWERS. DINING SETS, LIGHTS, KITCHEN GOODS INCLUDING WASHING MACHINES, DISHWASHERS, COUNTER TOP FRIDGES, AMERICAN SIZE FRIDGE FREEZER, STEREOS, MICROWAVES, TOASTERS, KETTLES, BLENDERS, SLOW-COOKERS, IN STAINLESS STEEL, AND COLOUR. MANY HIGH END BRANDS INCLUDED. COFFEE TABLES, END TABLES, TV UNITS AND MUCHMUCH MORE!If you’re looking for something look here first, because when it’s gone it really is gone.WE WILL SELL EVERYTHING FRIDAY 3RD,SAT 4TH, SUN 5TH & MONDAY 6TH JUNE. Full payment is required on the day. Cash Sales Only on all sales under €100. Credit cards accepted on all other orders. Purchases must be collect on the day or a small delivery fee is payable on the day.No reasonable offers will be refused!MASSIVE CROWDS EXPECTED AT €850,000 FURNITURE LIQUIDATOR STOCK DISPOSAL SALE was last modified: May 31st, 2016 by StephenShare 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)Tags:donegalFurniture liquidatorSALElast_img read more

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