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Benitez hopes Shelvey is ready for Arsenal

first_img“We have had Jonjo training, and Ritchie’s still with the physio, but they’re pushing,” Benitez told the press.“These two players are the kind of players that you have to stop them, because they want to play and they’re working really, really hard to be there.“So, we will see. Still, we have some time, but at least Jonjo was training. If we don’t have any problems, he can be there. It’s too soon to say ‘yes’, but I am quite optimistic.”Newcastle are down in 18th position after the first four games of the season, and are still in search of their first win.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Newcastle are down in 18th position after the first four games of the season, and are still in search of their first win.LONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 13 – Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez says he is optimistic about having Jonjo Shelvey fit for Saturday’s Premier League clash with Arsenal.The Magpies boss is awaiting late fitness tests for both Shelvey and Matt Ritchie. Shelvey has returned to training after recovering from a thigh injury, while Ritchie is still on his way back from a knee injury.last_img read more

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All CARICOM States to Have Refusal Procedures in Place By August 1

first_imgStory Highlights By August 1, 2018, all member States of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) are to have in place procedures on the refusal of entry of CARICOM nationals travelling across the region. By August 1, 2018, all member States of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) are to have in place procedures on the refusal of entry of CARICOM nationals travelling across the region.The procedures, which will be applied at the border of each country, were adopted by CARICOM leaders during the just-concluded 39th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of CARICOM, held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in St. James from July 4 to 6.Prime Minister, and CARICOM Chairman, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, provided details on this and other decisions of the meeting during a press conference on Friday (July 6).Noting that the refusal of entry of CARICOM nationals “is a matter of great importance to many”, Mr. Holness said the procedures will guide border officials on how they should treat nationals who are refused entry.“This will safeguard the rights of all Community nationals moving across the region,” he emphasised.The CARICOM Heads also agreed that a harmonised form will be used by the country’s Immigration when refusing entry.In the meantime, Prime Minister Holness reported that the meeting was fruitful, having arrived at decisions on several long-awaited matters.“We have had very useful, energetic, spirited discussions, exchanges and interactions over the last two days. These have led to a successful, productive and decisive conference,” he said.The Conference of Heads of Government, which consists of the Heads of Government of the Member States, is the supreme organ of CARICOM and determines and provides its policy direction. Prime Minister, and CARICOM Chairman, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, provided details on this and other decisions of the meeting during a press conference on Friday (July 6). The procedures, which will be applied at the border of each country, were adopted by CARICOM leaders during the just-concluded 39th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of CARICOM, held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in St. James from July 4 to 6.last_img read more

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