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Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo believes Lionel Messi could be tempted to come to the Barclays Premier League if he gets bored of life in the Primera Division. Press Association However, Negredo, who has enjoyed a fine start to life in England since his summer move to City from Sevilla, can see that possibly changing in the future. Asked if he could see the Argentina ace moving to the Premier League, Negredo told several national newspapers: “I suppose so, it could happen. “Maybe in two or five years he will get bored with La Liga, want a change and come over here.” The Spain international added in the Sunday Mirror: “I could see someone like Messi coming to England and following players like David Silva, Juan Mata, Santi Cazorla, David de Gea and myself. He could play well in any league in the world. “The Premier League is the best place to be for the world’s top stars. Having been here for a few months it is better than I thought it would be. Your expectations go up here.” There has been a steady stream of world-class talent moving from Spain to England in recent years, including stars such as Sergio Aguero, Yaya Toure and Mesut Ozil, and Negredo believes the Premier League is now the place to be for the game’s leading players. Arguably the best footballer on the planet is not currently plying his trade in England though, with four-time reigning world player of the year Messi, 26, continuing to torment opposition defences for Spanish giants Barcelona, where he has spent his whole professional career so far.
“I terminated the officers because the behavior was egregious and will not be tolerated at the department,” Noel-Pratt added in a statement.It is inexcusable, unacceptable, unjustifiable, and criminal what occurred to Mr. G. Floyd. I don’t have any sons, but I have a husband, brother and nephews. This cannot be our reality, we must be professional and treat others with respect, compassion and dignity. @MGPDFL— Delma K. Noel-Pratt (@ChiefNoelPratt) May 28, 2020 The firings took place due to a beating that was caught on several videos. A police chief in Miami-Dade County said she recently released two of her officers from the department for “egregious” behavior.Miami Gardens Police Chief Delma Noel-Pratt explained Wednesday that the two men, identified as Jaiver Castano and Jordy Yanes Matel, are under a criminal investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. One of the officers is accused of physically attacking a suspect’s acquaintance. Meanwhile, the other officer is accused of trying to cover up that act by not downloading his bodycam footage, which is officers are required to download after every shift.Records show the Miami Gardens Police Department hired Castano in August 2018 and Yanes Matel in October of that year.According to the victim in the case, the beating happened on March 21 at the RaceTrac gas station located at 19100 NW 2nd Ave., in Miami Gardens.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena — Another summer with the Alpena Art Walks comes to a close Friday night as folks will take to the downtown to experience the art and culture of the city.The Alpena Art Walks are in their second year, providing Art Galleries an opportunity to extend hours for people to enjoy the atmosphere. Galleries also offer snacks, giveaways, raffles, and live artist demonstrations. Art walks happen on the last Friday of each month from May until August. This year feature student art work in the Center Building. The plan is to expand that type of work to more areas in the future.The final Art Walk will feature the opening of a brand new art gallery in the downtown. Folks can check Rubedo Art Gallery off of Sable St. The owner and main artist of the gallery is Brian Schorn, a professional and mixed-media artist. Schorn, an Alpena native, has come back to his home after years of traveling and showing art all over the country.With the season coming to a close, the downtown already has some ideas for future art-themed events.“We definitely want to do some winter events so we’ll make some announcements about when those might be around Christmas season,” said Downtown Development Authority Director Anne Gentry. “We always want to grow in terms of entertainment around them, I know other communities close down the street for their art walk so that might be something in the next few summers that will look at as the event continues to grow.”A full list of the participating galleries is provided below. The Alpena Art Walk will take place from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.Thunder Bay Arts Council & Gallery (127 W. Chisholm St.)Art in the Loft (109 N. Second Ave.)Forty-Five North Art Gallery (121 N. Second Ave.)My Glass Wings (106 N. Second Ave.)The Cellar Building (313 N. Second Ave.)The Centennial Building (150 E. Chisholm St.)My Front Porch Decor by Tathia (117 N. Second Ave.)***NEW Studio Rubedo (101 Sable St.)For more information, visit Alpena Art Walks on Facebook by clicking here. You can also 989-356-6422.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: alpena, Alpena Art Walks, Anne Gentry, Art, Art in the Loft, Brian Schorn, Downtown, Downtown Alpena, Downtown Development Authority, Forty-Five North Art Gallery, My Glass Wings, Studio Rubedo, The Cellar Building, The Center Building, Thunder Bay Arts Council & GalleryContinue ReadingPrevious What’s Trending for August 30Next Wurtsmith Air Force Base unveils new filtration facility to combat PFAS contamination