Twenty-one-year-old Venezuelan national Moses Chappelle, who was for the last two months residing with his uncle at Moruca, North West District, was on Monday remanded to prison by Georgetown Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs-Marcus on an allegation that he had stolen a boat.It is alleged that on May 31, 2018, at Moruca, NWD, he stole one engine valued $631,560 and one boat valued $300,000, properties of Orlando Charles and Terrence Henry.Police Prosecutor Gordon Mansfield said the items were recovered, but he still objected to the defendant being granted bail, describing the accused as a flight risk.Chappelle denied the allegations levelled against him, but was denied bail, and the case has been set to continue on June 11.
getty images – getty Luis Suarez left Ajax for Liverpool in 2011 – Suarez scored 35 goals for Ajax in the 2009/10 season to win the top scorer award, a year he also won the Player of the Year gong. Liverpool paid £22m for him in 2011 and since his goal scoring exploits in the Premier League, he joined Barcelona for £75m in 2014. Two Liga titles and the Champions League trophy have followed. Arjen Robben left PSV for Chelsea in 2004 – Since leaving his native Netherlands, Robben has played for Chelsea, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich and won each of those countrys leagues as well as the Champions League. He provided a taste of what was to come in 2003 when he won the Johan Cruyff Trophy for his displays in PSV colours. Ronaldo left PSV for Barcelona in 1996 – Ronaldo became 9 9 9 9 9 Wesley Sneijder left Ajax for Real Madrid in 2007 – Sneijder was a product of the Ajax academy and won the Johan Cruyff Trophy in 2004. Real paid 27m for him in 2007 and the player memorably scored the winner against Atletico Madrid in his first Liga match. He later joined Inter in 2009 and was part of the team that won the Champions League, Serie A and Coppa Italia in 2010. Ruud van Nistelrooy left PSV for Man United in 2001 – Van Nistelrooy was top scorer in successive seasons in 1999 and 2000 with 31 and 29 goals respectively where he also won back-to-back Dutch Player of the Year gongs. United signed him in 2001 for £19m and he went on to score 150 goals in 219 games before leaving for Real Madrid in 2006. Christian Eriksen left Ajax for Tottenham in 2013 – click the arrow to see other Eredivisie hits – Tottenham have completed the signing of Vincent Janssen from Dutch club AZ after top scoring in the Eredivisie with 27 goals in 34 games last season. He also won the Johan Cruyff Trophy, awarded to the best young player under the age of 21 but rival fans have been quick to rubbish these achievements, citing players like Kezman and Alves. They failed to make the grade after leaving the Eredivisie following similarly impressive seasons, however, there have been many success stories proving not everyone is doomed to fail. Spurs playmaker Eriksen is one of them and he has become an influential member of the team since joining from Ajax in 2013. He built himself an impressive reputation in the Netherlands and like Janssen; he also picked up the Johan Cruyff Trophy, winning it in 2011. 9 9 There was a lot of negative talk from Tottenham’s rivals following the arrival of Vincent Janssen from AZ for £18m.The 22-year-old top scored in the Eredivisie last season with 27 goals in 34 games and was also crowned Dutch Young Player of the Year, awarded to players under the age of 21.Many have been quick to rubbish these achievements, citing the likes of Mateja Kezman and Afonso Alves, who arrived with reputations as goal machines but flopped when they left the Netherlands. However, not everyone is doomed to fail.There have been plenty of players who have enjoyed great success since leaving the Eredivisie and here, talkSPORT has nine examples of players dominating elsewhere.POSSIBLE SPURS LINE UP WITH JANSSEN Robin van Persie left Feyenoord for Arsenal in 2004 – Van Persie was a UEFA Cup winner and recipient of the Johan Cruyff Trophy when he arrived in England in 2004. Since then he has won countless other individual awards including two Premier League Golden Boots and the PFA Player of the Year. His goals also helped Man United win the Premier League in 2013. Thats him lining up for Feyenoord above (top row, second from right). 9 9 Rafael van der Vaart left Ajax for Hamburg in 2005 – Van der Vaart won the Johan Cruyff Trophy in 2001 and was the first recipient of the Golden Boy award in 2003, given by sports journos to the best young player in Europe. After signing for Hamburg he earned a move to Real Madrid in 2008 and was also loved by fans during his two years at Tottenham where he helped the club reach the quarter finals in their maiden Champions League campaign. Dennis Bergkamp left Ajax for Inter in 1993 – Going even further back, to 1990, Bergkamp won the Dutch Football Talent of the Year before it became the Johan Cruyff Trophy in 2003 and also top scored in 1991, 1992 and 1993 with Ajax. He earned a move to Inter when Serie A was the envy of Europe before joining Arsenal in 1995. He didnt have a bad career in England
Donegal North East Fianna Fáil TD Charlie McConalogue has called for an extension on the Household Charge deadline in light of a number of legal loopholes that have emerged, the lack of a proper information campaign and the inequalities with payment procedures.Deputy McConalogue said, “The Government has made a mess of this from the start. The Environment Minister Phil Hogan has been so distracted by rushing through his controversial legislation and scaring people into paying it by the end of March that he has completely abandoned all sense of fairness and procedure.“With just days to go until the charge must be paid, problems are still emerging with the legislation. The latest comes in the form of a reply to a Parliamentary Question from Fianna Fáil, confirming a blunder in the wording for exemptions applying to State-owned properties. The result is that Government Ministers can technically avoid paying the charge on their own homes. Last week, the High Court allowed a challenge to the household charge based on the fact that the legislation wasn’t published in Irish. “This entire campaign has been based on paying the charge online, which has alienated many older people and others in Donegal who do not have access to the internet or would have difficulty filling in a form online. Many people I have spoken to can’t understand why they are unable to pay the charge at their local post office along with their utility bills. However, the Government has failed to involve An Post in the process. It chose not to use An Post to deliver information leaflets, even though this would have guaranteed close to 100% delivery. The result is that with little over a week until the deadline, hundreds of homes across Co Donegal have still not received an information leaflet.“The deadline of the end of this month is no longer tenable. It is time for Minister Hogan to put his hands up and admit this has not been executed in the right way. He must extend the deadline while legal problems are addressed. He must also put aside his campaign based on fear, and instead employ a proper information campaign allowing people to pay in a variety of ways, including at their local post office. Fianna Fáil is also appealing to the Government to consider households’ ability to pay and introduce a number of exemptions for more vulnerable households.” GOVERNMENT MUST EXTEND HOUSEHOLD CHARGE DEADLINE, SAYS McCONALOGUE was last modified: March 20th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:GOVERNMENT MUST EXTEND HOUSEHOLD CHARGE DEADLINESAYS McCONALOGUE