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The former shuttler claimed it was very easy for the ministry’s officials to embezzle billions of rupiah earmarked for various program, such as through hotel discounts during the national training camp program.He explained the ministry had to book hotel rooms to house 500 to 1,000 athletes for the program. While a hotel room usually costs Rp 500,000 (US$33.70) a night, the officials can get discounts from booking many rooms at the same time.“They can embezzle Rp 100,000 for each room, multiplied by 1,000 people a day. The program can last for more than a month. Imagine how much they can get!” said Taufik.Read also: Olympic medalist admits to delivering bribes to former sports minister Topics : After admitting his role in a bribery case implicating former Youth and Sports Minister Imam Nahrawi, retired Indonesian shuttler Taufik Hidayat later claimed that such corrupt practices were very common in the ministry.Taufik, who won a gold medal at the 2004 Athens Olympics, retired as a badminton player in 2013. Between 2016 and 2017, he served as the deputy chairman of Satlak Prima (Gold Program), a national sporting program under the ministry for elite athletes that was dissolved in 2018.“No matter who serves as the minister, it will never change unless half of the ministry is reformed. It [the ministry] is full of rats [corrupt officials],” Taufik said in an interview with mentalist-cum-YouTube-personality Deddy Corbuzier. While claiming that he had experienced and witnessed such illicit practices, Taufik added that he had no tangible proof of such crime.Youth and Sports Ministry secretary Gatot S. Dewa Broto regretted Taufik for making such claims. He went on to say that Taufik had put his name as a badminton legend at stake for accusing the ministry of corruption.“We are in the fasting month of Ramadan. We forgive Taufik for talking like that. We just need to prove [that he’s wrong] by doing our work,” Gatot said on Wednesday, as quoted by kompas.com.During a hearing against Imam last Wednesday, Taufik admitted to the court that he acted as an intermediary in the bribery case implicating the former minister.Taufik said he had delivered Rp 1 billion to Imam’s personal assistant, Miftahul Ulum, in January 2018. Miftahul is also a suspect in the case.Taufik, however, claimed he did not know that the money was a bribe and denied that he had accepted some of the illicit money in the crime.The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) indicted Imam for accepting Rp 11.5 billion in bribes and other gratuities worth Rp 8.64 billion from the ministry and Indonesian Sports Council (KONI) officials pertaining to the disbursement of a state grant for the organization. (nal) read more
Raiola represents De Ligt (Picture: Getty)But in talks with his agent, Raiola, De Ligt has made it clear he only wants to join Barcelona, according to Mundo Deportivo.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTRaiola, whose impressive client list includes Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba, is renowned across the footballing world as one the most expensive agents to deal with.But De Ligt, 19, has told his agent he has no interest in a big-money move and is not motivated by financial gain. Arsenal target Matthijs de Ligt orders Mino Raiola to seal Barcelona transfer Comment (Picture: Getty)The news will come as a blow to De Ligt’s other suitors, with Unai Emery reportedly a massive fan of the centre-back.Emery will not have a massive transfer kitty to play with in the summer, but thought De Ligt could be the answer to his side’s defensive woes, despite Ajax setting a £70million asking price.Arsenal will have up to £100m to spend on signings if Emery delivers Champions League football and raises some funds through player outgoings.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Metro Sport ReporterThursday 21 Mar 2019 4:08 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link695Shares De Ligt wants to join De Jong at Barcelona (Picture: Getty)The chances of De Ligt making the switch to Arsenal took a hit last week after Marc Overmars snubbed interest from the Gunners to sign a new deal with Ajax.Arsenal had hoped Overmars would accept the position of technical director at the club, but the Gunners were knocked back.Overmars has worked with De Ligt at Ajax as club director and would have been in a unique position to negotiate with his former side had he joined Arsenal.It seems though De Ligt is determined to follow current Ajax team-mate Frenkie De Jong to Barcelona after the Spanish giants confirmed the midfielder would join them at the end of the season.More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira moves Arsenal are tracking De Ligt (Picture: Getty)Matthijs de Ligt only wants to move to Barcelona and has reportedly told his agent Mino Raiola to forget about any other possible destinations.Several of Europe’s top clubs are chasing the Ajax star, with Arsenal and Manchester City tipped to make a move for De Ligt.Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain have also been credited with a transfer interest, as De Ligt has established himself as one of the world’s brightest talents in the last 12 months. Advertisement Advertisement read more
Tags: Baldwinsvillewrestling Whether it was a reflection of where the programs stood or a strong display of character, the Baldwinsville wrestling team found an exciting way to win its 2019-20 season opener.The Bees trailed Hannibal by 15 points with three bouts left last Wednesday night, but won them all and, gaining the “criterium” point, defeated the Warriors 43-42.Twelve bouts were in the books and Hannibal had won seven of them to create a 42-27 advantage before Jarred McMonagle accepted a forfeit at 99 pounds.In the penultimate bout at 106 pounds, Aiden Cali claimed a tough 8-5 decision over Hannibal’s Jack Lamson, but that still meant it was 42-36 going into the 113-pound finale.Needing a pin, Mason Clark got it, putting Ben Alton’ s shoulders on the mat 45 seconds into the second period, and since B’ville now had won eight bouts to Hannibal’s seven, it got the tie-breaker.Max Naples had opened at 120 pounds by pinning Dominic Greenwood in 3:40, but the Warriors fout of the next five bouts, only interrupted at 145 pounds when Liam Fitzgerald edged Hunter Dumas 10-9.B’ville began to comeback with Ryan Hemund’s 68-second pin over 160-pound opponent Drew Butterfield. Tyler Southworth got a forfeit at 170 pounds and Fred Pickard, at 195 pounds, pinned Elijah Wirth in 1:45.When 285-pound heavyweight Naseim Perez lost 8-5 to Santana Salvador, it marked Hannibal’s last win before the Bees made its comeback in the lighter weight classes.Then B’ville ventured to Cicero-North Syracuse on Saturday for the Andersen Tournament, where it finished ninth in a 19-team field with 78.5 points as Peru (162 points) took top honors.Just one Bees wrestler got to the finals – Perez, who pinned Newark’s Connor Simizon in 2:19 in the semifinals, only to drop the title bout to Canastota’s Mike Leibl in a 59-second fall.Cali got third place at 106, edging Fairport’s Chris Cialini 4-2 in the consolation bracket final. B’ville takes on West Genesee Wednesday before heading to the Phoenix Round Robin this Saturday at 10 a.m.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story read more
Technical Adviser of the Super Eagles, Gernot Rohr, admitted at the teamâ€™s pre-World Cup camp in Avita Resort in Bad Tatzmannsdorf, Austria, thata win is the ultimate target this afternoon.â€œWe will go for victory that would boost spirit and earn teamconfidence ahead of our first match in Russia. It would not be an easypick but we will work hard for it,â€ observed the Franco-German gaffer.The game is holding against a backdrop of consecutive losses in friendly matches against Serbia and England with Nigeriaâ€™s first match of the FIFA World Cup against Croatia only nine days away.Earlier, Eagles defeated Argentina and Poland in their first two friendly games of the preparation for the battle in Russia. Their only draw was against DR Congo.Super Eagles Midfielder, Oghenekaro Etebo also said yesterday that the friendlies have sort of prepared the team for the opposition to face when the World Cup begins.â€œThe friendly games we have played have exposed us to many things and also made us better,â€ he noted in an interview with a news agency from Russia.â€œWe are in a tough group but we wonâ€™t be cowed by Argentina and Croatia big names. We are here to make our nation proud and we will achieve that,â€ the former Warri Wolves player concluded.Wednesdayâ€™s encounter at the Rudolf Tonn Stadium â€“ a multi-use facility in Rannersdorf, a city in the sub-division of Schwechat, outside Vienna – will be the third official meeting between Nigeria and Czech.Nigeria and then Czechoslovakia drew 1-1 in a group phase match at the 1980 Olympics in Moscow, with Vizek scoring for the Czechs in the first half and Henry Nwosu equalising for the Eagles with six minutes left on the clock.Nigerian forward Emmanuel Osigwe had a goal from a long range free-kick disallowed.The Czechs edged their second meeting in Rabat on 11th December 1996by two goals to one â€“ as part of the King Hassan Cup Tournament.INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIESNigeria vs Czech Rep (2.00pm)Belgium vs Egypt (7.45pm)Norway vs Panama (8.00pm)Belarus vs Hungary (8.00pm)Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Duro IkhazuagbeSuper Eagles players and their handlers have set sight on victory today as Nigeria takes on Czech Republic in the last warm-up game in Austria before heading to the World Cup in Russia. Kick off time is 2pm Nigerian time.With tough Group D opposition with countries like Croatia, Iceland and perennial nemesis, Argentina at the Mundial kicking off in eight days from today, Eagles need the victory to rev up their morale. read more
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) football team will meet today in Vienna ahead of upcoming matches with Austria and Spain.Robert Prosinecki, head coach of BiH’s team, should have available at players he counted on in the previous two games, except for Asmir Begovic, who injured leg and Goran Zakaric who injured his shoulder.A subsequent call was sent to Kenan Piric from Maribor.Earlier in November, Prosinecki announced a list of names of the players he has called for the upcoming matches against Austria and Spain.On November 15th at the Ernst-Happel Stadium in Vienna, BiH national team will be a guest to the selection of Austria within UEFA’s League of Nations. Three days later, there will be a friendly match with Spain at the Gran Canaria Stadium in Las Palmas.The list includes 24 players, namely: Ibrahim Šehić (Erzurumspor), Asmir Begović (Bournemouth) and Vedran Kjosevski (Željezničar) as goalkeepers. Ognjen Vranješ (Anderlecht), Toni Šunjić (Dinamo Moskva), Ermin Bičakčić (Hoffenheim), Ervin Zukanović (Genoa), Eldar Ćivić (Sparta Prag) and Bojan Nastić (Genk) as defense.Amer Gojak (Dinamo Zagreb), Muhamed Bešić (Everton/Middlesbrough), Gojko Cimirot (Standard Liege), Miralem Pjanić (Juventus), Elvis Sarić (Suwon Bluewings), Rade Krunić (Empoli), Goran Zakarić (Partizan), Haris Duljević (Dynamo Dresden), Edin Višća (Basaksehir), Deni Milošević (Konyaspor) and Sanjin Prcić (Levante) as midfielders.Edin Džeko (Roma), Kenan Kodro (Copenhagen), Rijad Bajić (Basaksehir) and Ermedin Demirović (Sochaux) as forwards.In Group 4 of the UEFA Nations League, BiH is ranked first with a maximum of nine points, the other is Austria with three, while Northern Ireland has zero points.Match with Austria will start at 20:45 in Vienna, while in the Las Palmas, the match will start at 19:45. Gathering the Dragons is planned for November 12th in Vienna. read more