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“I really don’t know when the answer will come, it’s all in his hands. He doesn’t want any more pressure and wants to be 100 percent sure of his future. We speak regularly with Victor, but don’t want to add further pressure. “Victor must enjoy playing football and choose what he wants for himself.” read also:Osimhen dreams of winning Champions League There are reports Osimhen would prefer the Premier League and is waiting for proposals from Manchester United or Arsenal. “I know what everyone is thinking,” added the representative. “He is just taking time for his decision, and if all the conditions are respected, the deal will go well.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Victor Osimhen’s brother-in-law insists the Lille forward ‘has just asked for a little time’ to give his answer. ‘If, and only if, what Napoli promised is real, then it could be a good project for him.’ The forward visited the club headquarters, training ground and even President Aurelio De Laurentiis, but the days pass and there is still no word on his decision. “The negotiations are continuing, while we wait for Victor’s response,” representative Osita Okolo told Radio Punto Nuovo. “I don’t know when that will come, exactly. I spoke to Victor, he feels a little under pressure and wants to be 100 per cent sure of his choice and everything else before making a decision. This is why he asked for more time and we must respect what the player wants. “I read in some media that Victor has already rejected Napoli, but that is absolutely not true. I don’t understand where some information comes from. The lad just asked for a little more time, the negotiations continue every day. He is just trying to make the decision that is right for him. “We are studying Napoli’s project and listened to their promises. If, and only if, what Napoli promised is real, then it could be a good project for him. If Napoli respect all the conditions, then it’s up to the player and not to me.Advertisement Loading… Promoted ContentIncredible Discoveries That Puzzled The Whole WorldHere Are The Best Movies Since 1982 You Should Definitely SeeBest Car Manufacturers In The World8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Of The Best 90s Shows That Need To Come Back ASAP10 Of The Dirtiest Seas In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreTarantino Wants To End His Career With This Movie?10 Of The Best Places Around The World To Go StargazingWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime
CANAL 6 made it three years in a row when they carted off the 13th annual Satyadeow ‘Sash’ Sawh Memorial dominoes tournament, played on Monday (Indian Arrival Day) at Ernest Shop, Canal Number One, West Bank Demerara.The tournament, organised and sponsored by Sash Secretariat, saw the eventual champions mark 78 games to win easily from International 6 with 73 and Cold Fusion who trailed on 71.The victory also marked the third consecutive year for Canal 6, who defeated Mixed Up and Sash Secretariat at the same venue last year.The game was evenly contested throughout the first five sittings with International 6 entering the final sitting with a slim four-game lead – the scores reading International 6 on 64, Canal 6 and Cold Fusion deadlocked on 60 each.A brilliant final sitting by Canal 6, which saw them register the maximum 18 games, sealed the deal for the winners as International 6 managed nine and Cold Fusion 11.Skipper Kedar Seopaul and Shawn Singh led the way for Canal 6 with maximum 18 games while Avinesh Persaud supported with 13. For International 6, Edmund Sammy marked 15 in his first three sittings and 11 in the next three after being chosen to play through in the five-man team.MVP Shawn Singh (right) collects his trophy from Jagmohan.Manniram Shew and Claude Stuart made 13 each. The top players for Cold Fusion were Parmanand Jairam (14) and Ameer Khan who scored 25, playing through.The winners’ and first runners-up trophies plus prizes for the three top players in each team and the overall Most Valuable Player (MVP) were sponsored by Sash Secretariat.The MVP was Canal 6’s Shawn Singh who edged out his captain Kedar Seopaul, the latter giving away 20 games to Singh’s 19 while the three top players were Singh, Sammy (International 6) and Jairam (Cold Fusion).Sawh, a former Minister of Fisheries, Crops and Livestock, died under tragic circumstances on April 22, 2006.A minute’s silence was observed, prior to the commencement of the tournament.Among those responsible for the staging of the tournament are United States-based Guyanese Mark Dookhan, who served as driver to the late minister, Sahadeo Mahabali, Vishnu Persaud and Indra Jagmohan.The organisers also take the opportunity to express sincere thanks to the proprietor of Ernest Shop for allowing the venue to be used to host the tournaments over the years.