…and ArrivalsBetween 1838 and 1917, some 243,000 Indians were inveigled to Guyana to labour on the sugar plantations. Some of them returned to India, while the others remained to struggle and die to improve their lot and, not so incidentally, also develop their country. And develop their country they surely did!They not only saved the sugar industry, which had been hit by a loss of its preferential market to Britain and faced competition from slave-grown sugar, but because they persisted under a regime of falling wages throughout the 79 years of the indentureship programme, the sugar industry was actually EXPANDED to twice its size from the days of slavery!!But did they develop themselves? They did, but no thanks to King Sugar! They leased and bought patches of swampy land near the sugar plantations; and, using the knowledge the “agricultural Kurmi castes” brought with them from the plains of the Ganges, cultivated rice to supplement the slave wages they received. In fact it was less than “slave wages”, since the freed slaves refused to accept it, and walked off the plantations.With their ingenuity and hard work, they created a new industry, one which supplanted sugar decades ago.The immigrants from the Ahir caste, who reared cattle back in India, also parlayed their knowledge for survival by launching that industry that included selling milk to the rest of the populace.Gold jewellery became another option, since Guyana had gold and the Soniar caste had the knowledge. Coconut oil was also made by the Teli caste etc…etc.While it’s been the norm to castigate the Indian caste system for its backward features, the “trade guild” aspect has never been recognised for its role in transforming Guyana.But with all of that achievement, since the middle of the 1960s, far more than the 243,000 Indians who came here packed up and left Guyana, mostly for the US and Canada. Why’d they do that? It was because the politics of the PNC set up a scenario in the land — for which they had sacrificed with their blood, sweat and tears — that made their existence here untenable.The PNC nationalised the sugar industry, and scooped off the profits with a levy, ensuring their hard-earned profit sharing was made moot.The rice industry was destroyed when the PNC mandated that all paddy and rice be sold to the Government for ridiculously low prices, and then kept the profits made from exports! Racial discrimination against Indians in the 80 per cent of the economy controlled by the PNC Government forced out the white and blue collar Indian Guyanese.Today, the PNC of David Granger in sugar, rice and the public service is applying the coup de grace.…in the AFC hierarchyNagamootoo had, in so many words, said the last elections were his last hurrah. In fact, he didn’t run for any position in the AFC’s Executive body, and was given an honorary “Elder” role. Not surprisingly, everyone concluded he wasn’t going to put his hand up for the PM slot, which in the new PNC dispensation meant an Indian Guyanese. After all, in addition to relinquishing any formal role in the AFC, which is the entity in the coalition with the PNC, he’d undergone open heart surgery.Then in stepped Trotman, the current leader of the party, who declared that Nagamootoo ought to have a second stint as PM. Everyone knew where he was coming from: there was always a thinly veiled, low- intensity, internecine warfare waged by him against Ramjattan. It stemmed from Ramjattan’s refusal to allow him to renege on the agreement that the leadership be rotated between the two of them.It’s now payback time. And with most of the Indian Guyanese decamping the AFC, Trotman will swing the vote against his bete noir!!It’s sayonara time, Ramjattan!!…and loyaltyRamjattan, however, isn’t going quietly into the night. He’s lining up support within the AF hierarchy to take on Trotman.He backs the Telecoms Minister’s getting Govt contracts. And him a lawyer!!
Residents of Bath Settlement, in Region Five (Mahaica-Berbice) have reported an alarming increase in the frequency of breakages into house over the past two months and are calling for more mobile patrols in the community.More than 20 persons reported to Guyana Times on Wednesday that they were victims of home invasion at least once over the past two months. Residents say the thieves have been removing almost anything.Three houses situated next to each other at Lutheran Street were broken into over a two-week periodRamphal, also called “Black Cha Cha” of Lot D 33 Waterloo, Bath Settlement, said the first of his three break-in’s was two months ago. He said he woke on a Sunday morning and noticed that his door was opened and also his freezer. Missing were a case of Coco Cola, a five-gallion bottle of cooking oil, a radio and groceries from his home. He said the intruders also ate the sausages from the freezer and left the empty packet behind.“The next night they come back again and go away with all the grocery… about two weeks ago was the last time they break into the house.” Ramphal did not report any of the incidents to the Police, saying that it will be very time consuming and it would be almost impossible for the Police to find out who the perpetrators were since on each occasion, they left no traces.Another resident, Angele Ragunandand, called “Teacher B”, reported to this publication that the first of three breakages at her home was one month ago. On that occasion, she said the lower flat of her home was broken into. It was during heavy rainfall and the family was asleep. The discovery was made the following morning. According to the pensioner, the thieves took a bicycle, two working bags and some documents.Ragunandand said four days later, there was a second break-in which was considered greater. During that break-in, all of the groceries in the house were taken. The groceries had been purchased for a wedding.On the third occasion, Ragunandand said the perpetrator was seen dressed only in underpants. All three incidents were reported to the Police.Another pensioner, Mansaram Persaud, said about a month ago he awoke and saw his front door open and louvers missing. “At about three o’clock I heard a noise and get up and take the torchlight and look around but I didn’t see anything so I go back to bed.” Three hours later, he discovered his door open and a laptop computer missing, along with a bottle containing bleach and food from the refrigerator.One day later Persaud found a crowbar in his back yard.Meanwhile, at Lutheran Street, three houses situated next to each other, were broken into over a two-week period. A mandir situated in the next street was broken into thrice, residents reported.Last Monday, the home of a Pandit at Furniture Street was broken into. Entry was made by shattering a glass window and then removing bars from the window. The home was ransacked and two laptop computers, a cellular phone, jewellery and cash were missing during that mid-afternoon breakage which was reported to the Police.On Wednesday, Guyana Times spoke with several others in the village who claimed to be victims of the home invasions as well, describing similar instances as Ramphal, Ragunandand and Persaud. Residents also say there are others but this publication has not been able to confirm those reports.Meanwhile, some of the items taken from the homes have reportedly been discovered at an unoccupied house.Divisional Commander Ian Amsterdam when asked on Tuesday about the apparent increase in the frequency of home invasions at Bath Settlement, told Guyana Times that the Police were not in receipt of information which would suggest such increases.He noted that the Police had one person before the court for a breakage in the community. Chris Rampersaud was jailed on Tuesday for breaking into a Bath Settlement home on July 6.Amsterdam says persons need to report breakages to the Police.Andrew Carmichael
KITIMAT, B.C. – Chevron might not be making a final investment decision on the Kitimat LNG project for a decade.CFTK-TV is reporting that Kitimat LNG representatives made a presentation at a Kitimat council meeting on Monday, where they said that still need to meet their five conditions before Final Investment Decision date is announced.Commercial Manager Fred Eastwood told council that the company still feels that Kitimat is the right place to invest.- Advertisement -“When the market does recover, the current supply overhang is basically eaten into.” says Eastwood. “We believe BC LNG has an opportunity to fulfill that demand gap. The mid 2020’s is the time frame we are looking at.”Eastwood explained that construction could begin by the year 2020, and the project would require between four and five years to be built.Mayor Phil Germuth said that he’s looking forward to a FID date.Advertisement Story courtesy CFTK-TV: http://www.cftktv.com/News/story.aspx?ID=2201850
A passerby who saw Gomez slumped over the steering wheel summoned deputies that afternoon. The deputies discovered Gomez had been shot in the upper torso. He was pronounced dead at the scene. No one has been arrested. Detective released few details about the case on Monday. Sheriff’s Sgt. Mike Rodriguez said the local businessman was found in his SUV and that no one heard the gunshots. He added police are still trying to piece together the victim’s final hours and will be talking to his business associates and family. Gomez’s relatives couldn’t be reached for comment Monday. Harvey of the Coroner’s Office said Gomez wasn’t married and didn’t have children. He was currently licensed as a real estate broker/officer, according to the state Department of Real Estate. The license was issued in 2002 and set to expire in 2010. Records with the County Registrar Recorder showed he used to live in Hacienda Heights. firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! PICO RIVERA – Authorities identified the man found shot to death last week in a parked sport utility vehicle as a local real estate agent and Whittier resident. Ruben Joseph Gomez, 51, died of multiple gunshot wounds, according to coroner’s spokesman Craig Harvey. He said the death was ruled a homicide. Gomez worked at Prudential California Realty in Montebello. A woman who answered the phone referred the paper to the manager who was not in on Monday. Sheriff’s homicide detectives are still trying to determine how and why Gomez turned up dead in the 3000 block of Bicentennial Park Access Road on July 31.
He said ignoring race-based crimes “could cause an isolated incident to explode into widespread community tension.” “The damage done by hate violence cannot be measured solely in terms of physical injury or dollars and cents,” said Brown. “Hate crimes may effectively intimidate other members of the victim’s community, leaving them feeling isolated, vulnerable, and unprotected by the law.” He said NAACP officials were working to start youth-outreach efforts at Villa and La Pintoresca parks in Northwest Pasadena, focusing on helping young people acknowledge their “commonalities and not their dysfunctional differences.” Ertll called on local educators to provide classes on racial tolerance and non-violence, beginning in kindergarten. “Hate starts in the home and needs to be addressed in schools from the very beginning,” he said. Porras, a Neighborhood Watch activist who lives in Northwest, said she has talked to at least two immigrant workers who were attacked, although both victims were assaulted more than a year ago. “It is not just the school’s and the Police Department’s responsibility,” she said. “It’s the responsibility of the entire community.” Of the 80 reported SOM incidents, police have arrested 35 suspects in the crimes, eight of which were categorized as hate crimes, Pasadena Police Department Cmdr. Mike Korpal has said. Many of those arrests came as a result of the department’s Operation Safe City program, which has focused on stemming gang crime and quelling ethnic tensions since violence began creeping upward last year, officials said. Despite the fact that several of the SOM crimes have been linked to gangs, both Brown and Ertll said they had not heard that from police during numerous meetings with officials. “We have worked closely with the police,” said Brown. “We have not been told (the attacks) have any basis in gangs or gang initiations.” email@example.com (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4461160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “We need to work to bring Latino and black young men together,” he said. “We’re looking at data from the Police Department and we wish to avoid this perpetuating into an ugly school year.” Along with several gang shootings, 19 so-called “Sock on Mexican,” or “SOM,” assaults and robberies have occurred in Pasadena this year, including an attack on a 51-year-old Latino man this past week, according to authorities. Most of the attacks have involved groups of young men, often times gang members, police have said, who have targeted Latino men, usually as they walked alone. At least 80 of the incidents have been reported in the past three years, including several that occurred at Paseo Colorado, the city’s premiere shopping center. The crimes peaked in 2002, when 56 such incidents were reported, police have said. Brown cited a resolution drafted by the Anti-Defamation League and passed Friday by the state Senate that calls for governments to denounce hate crimes against immigrants. PASADENA – Leaders from Pasadena’s major Latino and African-American community organizations called Friday for unity amid continuing reports of ethnic violence in the city’s northwest. “We want to denounce all hate crimes and to come together to call for unity,” said Randy Ertll, executive director of El Centro de Accion Social. He joined NAACP Pasadena Branch President Joe Brown and community activist Susana Porras at a news conference at El Centro’s offices. Brown said he worries that the violence, which has included several shootings, stabbings, robberies and assaults this year, could spill onto local school campuses when the Pasadena Unified School District resumes classes this month.
Donegal’s Local Enterprise Office (LEO) is inviting businesses across the county to enter the Donegal Business Awards, 2016.Firmly established as one of Donegal’s most prestigious business accolades, the awards recognise and honour innovation and entrepreneurial flair within the county. The competition is open to every business, operating in any sector, which is based in Donegal and employs less than 50 full time staff.Application forms and competition guidelines can be downloaded at www.localenterprise.ie/Donegal and the closing date for entries is Wednesday 10th February 2016. The Donegal Business Awards are now open for entry. Pictured are one of last year’s finalists, Rick LeVert and Libby Carton of Kinnegar Brewing, who went on to represent Donegal at the 18th National Enterprise Awards. Application forms can be downloaded at www.localenterprise.ie/Donegal and the closing date for entries is Wednesday 10th February 2016.Now in their 20th year, the Donegal Business Awards celebrate Donegal’s best and brightest in business. The awards are presented in a number of categories, with the winner of overall ‘Donegal Business of the Year’ receiving a prize of €2,500.The winners of ‘Best Start-Up’ (18 months or less), ‘Best New Business Idea’ and ‘Best Established Business’ (over 18 months), will each receive a prize of €1,500. While on the day, one of the finalists will be named as the chosen business to represent Donegal at the National Enterprise Awards’ Final.Encouraging businesses to enter the awards, Michael Tunney, Head of Enterprise at the LEO, said: “This is the 20th year of the Donegal Business Awards and we’re delighted to have built such a strong platform to allow businesses in Donegal showcase the excellent work they are doing. These awards are about recognising the wealth of talent that exists in this county and, year-on-year our shortlisted finalists are evidence of the exemplary quality of entrepreneurship and hard work happening throughout Donegal. I’d like to wish all of the entrants the very best of luck and I look forward to the awards event in March”.The Donegal Business Awards are celebrating their 20th year in 2016. Pictured are last year’s winners, left to right, Gina Witherow, Donegal English Language School (winner of ‘Established Business of the Year’), Sean Coll and Helen Haworth, Portsalon Luxury Camping, (winners of ‘Best Start-Up’), Rick LeVert, Kinnegar Brewing (winner of ‘Best Design’) and Maria Sweeney, Safe Tech, (winner of ‘Overall Business of the Year 2015’).The winners of the Donegal Business Awards will be announced at a business lunch on Friday, 11th March, 2016 in The Villa Rose Hotel in Ballybofey. This event will mark the culmination of Donegal Business Week, which runs from Monday, 7th to Friday, 11th March, 2016. For more information on the LEO and the Donegal Business Awards, visit www.localenterprise.ie/Donegal or contact Ursula DonnellyDONEGAL BUSINESS AWARDS NOW OPEN FOR ENTRY was last modified: January 22nd, 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:donegalLEOLocal Enterprise Awards
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe joys and headaches of holiday travel: John PhillipsRulings favorable to the industry would greatly complicate efforts to cut overall emissions in California, knocking out nearly a quarter of the state’s reduction strategy. The goal is to reduce emissions to 1990 levels over the next 14 years. “Reducing greenhouse gases is a hugely difficult challenge,” said Daniel Sperling, director of the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Davis. “It’s going to be very difficult with the auto regulations. Without them, it’s going to be impossible.” Automakers have sued California and Vermont for setting greenhouse gas emission standards on vehicles, saying the rules are tantamount to imposing a fuel-economy standard. Only the federal government can set gas-mileage rules. Meanwhile, Massachusetts and 11 other states, including California, are challenging the Bush administration’s decision not to regulate heat-trapping carbon dioxide as a pollutant. The case is before the U.S. Supreme Court. Many scientists believe greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide are trapping heat in the atmosphere, leading to a warming of the Earth and altering weather patterns, shrinking wildlife habitat and raising sea levels around the globe. California is the world’s 12th largest producer of greenhouse gases, and experts warn that the state will suffer if industries and autos aren’t forced to cut their pollutants.Climate change experts say the state can’t afford to wait any longer to begin scaling back its carbon emissions – slashing its use of fossil fuels such as oil, gas and coal. But a win in court for the auto industry on the previous regulations would send state regulators scrambling to meet the deadlines outlined in the global warming bill that Schwarzenegger is scheduled to sign this week.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SACRAMENTO – Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Wednesday is expected to sign into law the United States’ first state cap on greenhouse gas emissions, after striking a deal with legislative Democrats that brought California and the governor global publicity. But even before the bill is signed, the law’s future is in doubt. Federal lawsuits related to greenhouse gas issues, involving California, Vermont and Massachusetts, could cloud California’s latest attempt to be a leader in the fight against global climate change. At the heart of California’s attempt to curb the gases believed responsible for global warming are state auto regulations that are being challenged by U.S. and foreign automakers. The rules, adopted in 2004 by the state Air Resources Board, would force auto companies to cut emissions from their cars and light trucks.
Just for a moment it looked like Celtic might take something from this game but it just wasn’t to be.As Celtic Park welcomed Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich – for what looked a total mismatch on paper – Brendan Rodgers’ side gave a good account of themselves on the night but in the end their 2-1 loss means the Bhoys won’t progress in the Champions League. Kingsley Coman opened the scoring for the visitors in the first half after some slack Celtic defending although there was a hint of handball from the Frenchman.However, Callum McGregor gave the Hoops hope as he grabbed an equaliser in the 73rd minute.But just three minutes later Javi Martinez rose above Nir Bitton to power in a Bayern winner.So how did the Scottish champions perform on the night? Scroll through the gallery above to check out talkSPORT’s player ratings. Mikael Lustig – 6 – A very busy night for the Swede but Celtics vice-captain did himself justice overall. Callum McGregor – 7 – The man that grabbed Celtics equaliser a lovely finish through Sven Ulreichs legs. The Scotland man can be proud of his contribution. 13 13 13 Dedryck Boyata – 4 – The Belgian defender was mostly at fault for Celtics opener as Bayerns long ball sailed straight through to Coman. A poor mistake to make at a crucial moment. 13 13 Kieran Tierney – 7 – Everyone knows how much potential the young left-back has and, fresh from his brand new contract, Tierney performed well against tough opposition. Marshalled the likes of Arjen Robben well and the 20-year-old has a bright, bright future. 13 13 13 13 Substitute: Tom Rogic – 6 – Brought on to shore up the midfield and had a decent outing. Nothing spectacular from the Australian though. Scott Brown – 6 – Does what it says on the tin. The Celtic captain was loud, brash and got himself noticed but for what he possesses in grit he doesnt really make up for in technical ability. 13 13 Nir Bitton – 5 – Perhaps unfair to be spending so much time at centre-back when he is a midfielder by trade. The Israeli lost out to Martinez in the air as the Spaniard plundered in Bayerns winner. Scott Sinclair – 5 – A very average night for the winger and in the end he was brought off in favour of Tom Rogic. Craig Gordon – 5 – Came racing out of his goal in 23rd minute but couldnt beat Kingsley Coman to the ball, allowing Bayern their opener. Needed more composure. 13 James Forrest – 8 – Effectively played as a right-back throughout the game. Forrest performed well down the flank and, courtesy of his delightful pass, set up Callum McGregor for Celtics goal. 13 Moussa Dembele – 6 – It was always going to be a difficult, isolated night for the French striker and he didnt have too much to work with. A commendable display nonetheless. Stuart Armstrong – 6 – Could have and probably should have done a lot better with his close range chance after four minutes, but it went past the post. Overall an ok night from the midfielder but some more on-the-ball quality was needed. Substitute: Leigh Griffiths – N/A – With Celtic looking for a goal the striker was brought on as a late substitute but not enough pitch time to warrant a rating.
— 8:20 p.m., Ford’s body lies in state. Sunday, Dec. 31, and Monday, Jan. 1 — Ford’s body continues in state. Tuesday, Jan. 2 — 8:30 a.m., the casket is moved from the Rotunda to the U.S. Senate door for a period of repose. — 9:15 a.m., departure ceremony on the east steps of the U.S. Senate. — 10 a.m., Ford’s casket arrives at Washington National Cathedral. — 10:30 a.m., funeral services will begin. — 12:15 p.m., casket will leave the cathedral for trip to Grand Rapids, Mich. — 2:15 p.m., body will arrive in Michigan. — 3:30 p.m., casket will arrive at the presidential museum in Grand Rapids. An arrival ceremony for Mrs. Ford and guests will follow. The body will lie in public repose through the night. Wednesday, Jan. 3 — 2 p.m., funeral services at Grace Episcopal Church in Grand Rapids. The president will be interred at a hillside site north of the museum. Thursday, Jan. 4 — 1 p.m., Mrs. Ford and the family will return to California.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 MOREWhicker: John Jackson greets a Christmas that he wasn’t sure he’d see — 9 a.m., departure ceremony from St. Margaret’s. — 9:40 a.m., Ford’s body leaves St. Margaret’s for Washington, D.C. — 5:20 p.m., Ford’s body arrives at Andrews Air Force Base, traveling to the U.S. Capitol. The motorcade will pause at the World War II Memorial. — 6:20 p.m., the casket will be carried up the east steps of the Capitol to the door of the House of Representatives. — 7 p.m., state funeral begins in the Capitol Rotunda. (all times are local): Friday, Dec. 29 — 12:20 p.m., President Ford’s casket arrives at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church in Palm Desert, Calif. Mrs. Ford and the family will have a private prayer service. — 1:15 p.m., close friends and guests will arrive at St. Margaret’s for private visitation. The Ford family will return to their residence. — 4:20 p.m., public repose begins at St. Margaret’s. The church will remain open until 6 a.m. or 7 a.m. on Saturday. Saturday, Dec. 30
RANKED predicted revealed Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion And a first defeat looked on the cards after Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood had given the Clarets a shock 2-0 lead.But Paul Pogba’s 87th-minute penalty followed by Victor Lindelof’s injury-time equaliser preserved Solskjaer’s unbeaten start.He said: “The way they came back was fantastic, so of course you’re happy with the point.“Then again we could have got three. We just ran out of time towards the end and we started too late with the urgency that we needed, that’s a learning curve. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s winning run is over Latest football news Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions BEST OF REVEALED whoops How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings latest Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade gameday cracker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Manchester United showed their battling spirit after coming back from two goals down to draw with Burnley.The Red Devils interim boss had won eight successive games after replacing Jose Mourinho, ahead of Burnley’s Old Trafford visit. Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury “But now you’ve got your answer – can they come back if they go one or two down? I’m very happy with the response.”Solskjaer suggested United’s red-hot form could have had a negative impact on their start to the game.The hosts were heavy favourites to sweep aside relegation-threatened Burnley.The Norwegian added: “The danger of winning might be that you think that what we’ve done before helps or gives us the right to start off on 90 per cent because we’re winning one or two nil.“But you have to start properly in each game and we didn’t start off well enough to cause Burnley enough problems.“We know they’re well organised, we know they’re happy if we keep crossing the ball so we needed more tempo and more urgency in the play and play our way into the box more.“In the second half at times I thought we did fantastic in that respect but Tom (Heaton) is a good keeper and they headed the ball away when we crossed it. But we found a way in the end.” SORRY Victor Lindelof turned home Manchester United’s equaliser huge blow 2 Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update 2 Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Burnley boss Sean Dyche was left puzzled by the five minutes of time added on and thought the announcement vitalised a crowd accustomed to late goals and thrilling finishes under Sir Alex Ferguson.Victor Lindelof struck in the second minute of time added on – a goal that Dyche believes should have been chalked off for offside in the build-up.Dyche said: “I have no clue where a mystery five minutes came from, I don’t think anyone in the stadium did, everyone in the stadium had a gasp as to where the five minutes has come from.“Every minute counts at that stage of the game, you see what happened and how late the goals are. In these parts for the history of this club, when five minutes goes up, everyone believes.“I asked the officials and they didn’t give me a very valid reason. They seemed to come from somewhere.“And then if you look at the margins, I think you’ll find when (Alexis) Sanchez wins the header, Lindelof is marginally offside and, as it comes off the keeper, he finishes it. That’s a nice debate for everyone, at least.”