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Chelsea are resigned to losing Thibaut Courtois and have chosen his replacement: Kepa Arrizabalaga. AS understands that the West London club are ready to trigger the Athletic Bilbao goalkeeper's 80-million-euro release clause, in a deal that the Blues would face a race against time to get over the line before the Premier League transfer window closes on Thursday at 18:00 CEST.
The next step is to persuade Kepa, who is attracted by the prospect of playing in the Premier League but has only just renewed his Athletic contract, having penned fresh terms running until 2025 in January. However, Chelsea would be in a position to offer him an improvement on his current after-tax salary of around four million euros, fussball trikot billiga fotbollströjor and would hand the Spain cap a key role in Maurizio Sarri's new team.
Having himself come close to joining Real Madrid in last season's winter window, Kepa's arrival at Stamford Bridge would, by a curious turn of fate, now leave the way clear for Courtois to sign for Los Blancos, with Chelsea adamant that a replacement for the Belgian must be found before he can complete his long-anticipated, 35-million-euro switch to the Spanish capital club.
Should Chelsea finally fail to bring in another keeper, though, Real are also not ruling out the alternative plan of signing Courtois on a free next summer. For that reason, the powers-that-be at the Bernabéu are relaxed about the situation: they won't be sucked into paying over the odds for a player who is out of contract in a year's time. Particularly as they already have four keepers (Keylor Navas, Kiko Casilla, Andriy Lunin and Luca Zidane) on their books.
Courtois, meanwhile, appears less willing to wait another 12 months. According to The Telegraph, the custodian did not report for pre-season training on Monday as scheduled, and is still in Belgium awaiting further developments. On Sunday, Sarri had said that he would speak to the player, but the 26-year-old's decision is final: he only wants to play for Real Madrid. In the face of his determination to leave, the Blues have stepped up their pursuit of a replacement, and Kepa is http://www.seacrestsurgicalsociety.com/groups/arleen-maglie-calcio-bambini-myralenk/maglietta the target.
Athletic, who are as yet still to receive any official indication of Chelsea's interest, are not expected to sell for anything less than Kepa's buy-out figure.
The other option being considered by Chelsea is Atlético Madrid's Jan Oblak, whose release clause is currently 100 million euros. However, Los Rojiblancos are determined to keep hold of the Slovenian and, in recent days, have intensified their efforts to tie him down to a new contract. Atleti are confident that the keeper will be swayed by the ambition being shown by the club, while Chelsea are well aware that they face a tough task prising Oblak from the Wanda Metropolitano in the short time left before the transfer window closes.
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Valencia have joined a host of clubs including Sevilla to offer Sandro a route back to La Liga after a disastrous start to life in England. The former Barcelona striker has failed to open his Premier League account thus far after netting 14 times last season. Having made just a handful of appearances this season, the player has not been included in http://4hack.net/user/181711-shanonmccl/ a match-day squad since Ronald Koeman departed the Toffees hotseat. The Spanish Under-21 international signed for Everton when they triggered the £5.1 million buyout clause in his Malaga contract. According to several reports, Sandro is keener to return to Spain with Sevilla offering a loan move with an option to buy while the Los Che are also being kept updated on the situation. The striker is set to turn down Inter Milan as they emerged as surprise admirers of the young Spaniard according to talkSPORT. If Valencia win the race for the Everton forward, they could possess a forward's line of Premier League flops. West Ham flop, Simone Zaza failed to score for the Hammers during his eight-game loan spell at BVB trikot the club before helping Valencia sit second in the La Liga table. His partner in crime, Rodrigo also failed to negotiate English football as his loan experience at Bolton during the 2010/11 season saw him score once in 17 games. Moving to Valencia could also prove to be beneficial for Sandro as the transfer window re-opens in a little over two weeks.
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New Inter Milan recruit Keita Balde has insisted that the team is ready for Sunday's Italia Serie A game against Torino at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. The Senegal international completed a €6 million loan move to the Nerazzurri from Ligue 1 side Monaco and made his debut [url=https://www.baoguangle.com/home.php?mod=space on the wing, or as a second or leading striker" Prior to his departure from Monaco, Balde scored eight goals in 23 league games and will be looking continue with the form for Inter.
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Third time was the charm for Lionel Messi as he finally got a goal at Estadio Gran Canaria after two barren visits to Las Palmas' home. With his free-kick goal against Girona on the weekend being smashed under the wall, Thursday's effort involved Real Madrid Drakt the Argentine launching the ball straight into the top corner at a rapid pace. Thus, Messi notched his fourth set-piece strike of the season, a tally which matches his seasonal best in LaLiga from 2015/16. Furthermore, he can boast being three goals ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo in this regard thanks to 22 free-kick netbusters throughout his league career in Spain. Now that Estadio Gran Canaria has been conquered, Messi can look towards the final two grounds of top-flight teams that he is yet to net AC Milan trøjer børn at, Girona's Estadio Montilivi and Atletico Madrid's Estadio Wanda Metropolitano. That will have to wait for next season though as Barcelona have already played at those teams, as they have at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, where Messi has scored his most away goals with 15.
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An intriguing tie that brings together two clubs who have had contrasting experiences in Spain this week. While Leicester's players enjoyed some warm-weather training in Marbella, Chelsea were being given the run around by Lionel Messi in Barcelona. That Champions League exit means it is the FA Cup maglie calcio bambino poco prezzo or bust for Chelsea this season, and getting to the semi-finals will be no easy task. Leicester were unlucky not to win when the clubs met at Stamford Bridge two months ago and last week's 4-1 win at West Brom was a timely confidence boost. Stuart James Sunday 4.30pm BBC One Venue King Power Stadium Head-to-head Leicester wins 25 Chelsea wins 55 Draws 31 Referee Craig Pawson This season G27 Y94 R4 3.63 cards/game (all competitions) Odds H 13-5 A 11-10 D 13-5 LEICESTER Subs from Hamer, Jakupovic, Gray, Diabaté, Dragovic, James, Iheanacho, Silva, Huth, Fuchs, Benalouane, Choudhury Doubtful None Injured Amartey (hamstring, Apr) Suspended magliette calcio None Cup-tied None Discipline Y49 R3 (all competitions) Leading scorer Vardy 16 (all competitions) CHELSEA Subs from Courtois, Eduardo, Rüdiger, Emerson, Bakayoko, Pedro, Ampadu, Moses, Fàbregas, Morata, Sterling, Hudson-Odoi Doubtful Ampadu (match fitness), Bakayoko (match fitness) Injured David Luiz (ankle, Apr), Barkley (hamstring, unknown) Suspended None Cup-tied None Discipline Y64 R7 (all competitions) Leading scorer Hazard 15 (all competitions)
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Manchester City have been drawn against Steaua Bucharest in the Champions League play-off round. Pep Guardiola's side will start with a trip away to Romania on 16 or 17 August before returning to host the 1985-86 European Cup winners in Manchester on the 23 or 24 August. City finished fourth in the Premier League and so must earn their place in the group stages, with Guardiola hoping to better the club's run to the semi-finals of maglie calcio the competition last season under Manuel Pellegrini. "It's going to be a difficult tie because Steaua are on the up again in Europe and have a lot of talent," said the City sporting director Txiki Begiristain. Meanwhile, Celtic will play the Israeli club Hapoel Beer Sheva after overcoming the Kazakh outfit Astana in the third qualifying round. Dundalk, who are aiming to become the first team from the Republic of Ireland to reach the group stage, will face the Polish team Legia Warsaw, while Porto will face Roma. The finalised dates of the two-legged ties are to be confirmed. In the Europa League, West Ham have been drawn to play Astra Giurgiu in the play-off round. The Romanian champions will need no introduction to West Ham after they knocked out Slaven Bilic's side in the competition last season. If West Ham can navigate a way past Astra over two legs this time maglie calcio around, they will join Manchester United and Southampton in the group stages. The first leg will take place on 18 August before West Ham host Astra at the Olympic Stadium a week later. The full Uefa Champions League play-off draw is as follows: Ludogorets v Plzen Celtic v Hapoel Beer Sheva FC Copenhagen v Apoel Nicosia Dundalk v Legia Warsaw Dinamo Zagreb v Red Bull Salzburg Steaua Bucharest v Manchester City FC Porto v Roma Ajax v FC Rostov Young Boys v Borussia Mönchengladbach Villarreal v Monaco
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David Moyes could have done without Younes Kaboul's summer-time switch to Watford and a defender who was integral in last season's survival should probably brace himself for a somewhat frosty Wearside reception if he features. With Sunderland's January transfer coffers bare, this season's relegation fight will be all about making do and teil des fußballtrikots mending for Moyes whose attempt to lift his team out of the mire would be enhanced if they could start scoring from set pieces. The big problem is that Wahbi Khazri and Sebastian Larsson, his two dead-ball specialists, are merely substitutes these days. Louise Taylor Kick-off Saturday 3pm Venue Stadium of Light Last season Sunderland 0 Watford 1 Referee Robert Madley This season G12, Y57, R0, 4.75 cards per game Odds H 17-10 A 2-1 D 12-5 Sunderland Subs from Mannone, Love, O'Shea, Larsson, Khazri, Borini, Honeyman, Asoro Doubtful Anichebe (thigh), Jones (hip), Pienaar (calf) Injured Manquillo (hamstring, 26 Dec), Gooch (ankle, Mar), Cattermole (hip, Apr), McNair (Aug), Watmore (Oct), Kirchhoff billige fußballtrikots (all knee, unknown), Rodwell (hamstring, unknown) Suspended None Form WWLWLL Discipline Y39 R2 Leading scorer Defoe 8 Watford Subs from Pantilimon, Mariappa, Doucouré, Sinclair, Watson, Guedioura, Kaboul, Zúñiga, Success Doubtful Behrami (ill) Injured Cathcart (hernia, 26 Dec), Okaka (hamstring, 26 Dec), Mariappa (knee, Jan), Dja Djedje (foot), Kenedy (knee), Pereyra (knee, all unknown) Suspended None Form LWLLWL Discipline Y39 R3 Leading scorer Capoue 5
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Others / Are Terminal Diseases Truly Death Sentence?
« Last post by TalithaCumi on May 13, 2019, 09:59:10 AM »
What are terminal diseases? A terminal disease or illness has been said to be a disease or condition which can't be cured and is likely to lead to someone's death. Examples of terminal disease are HIV, Cancer, Arthritis, Diabetes, Epilepsy, Hypertension, etc.

Humanity has come so far in terms of technological advancements and medical break throughs. We've invented machines that we use to swim in Oceans like fishes and we now have machines that help us fly in the sky better than birds. Man has landed on Moon and our crafts are landing/exploring other planets such as Mars. We've produced better varieties plants and animals for massive food yield than the natural. GMO is daily "blessing" humanity with better fast yielding varieties of food crops and animal products.

Our medical technology has advanced so much that we are now fully able to clone and produce new humans like our selves without taking the natural procreation path. With all this awesome advancements in our World, is it not stranger than fiction that the World Health Authority, that is saddled with responsibility of seeing to it that all men are hale and healthy, says they are yet to find cure to many medical problems of man.

I'll share some verifiable revelations here, but I want us all to be involved. This is a discussion thread for us all. Do you think these diseases are truly incurable? If no, post links and documents to enlighten our people better. Keep it coming:
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Herbal Cures / HIV Real Permanent Cure
« Last post by TalithaCumi on May 13, 2019, 09:56:44 AM »
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3. Low T: Opioid pain killers can also be testosterone killers. Opioids disrupt the natural regulation of the body's endocrine system, including interfering with how the hypothalamus and pituitary glands in the brain regulate hormone production in the gonads. The stronger the pain killer, the more testosterone production is likely to get suppressed, leading to problems like diminished libido, infertility, depression, and fatigue.
4. Opioids Can Be Fattening: Long-term opioid use has been linked to weight gain. This might be explained by studies that have found that when patients use opioids they prefer to get more of their calories from sugary foods and less from whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. As an example, chronic methadone use is associated with significant increases in body mass index and obesity rates.
5. Disrupts the gut flora: Hundreds of different types of bacterial species inhabit the human intestines, and the balance of power between these various microorganisms is now thought to have a big impact on how we feel and what types of diseases we get. Besides what we eat, the gut's flora can be influenced by other factors, including medications. While most patients who take opioid pain killers are well-aware of their constipating side effect, many don't consider the impact opioids can have on the gut flora. For example, one study found that morphine use led to an over-abundance of the gut bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa, leading to disruptions in the intestinal lining, and alterations in immune cell activity.

6. Immune System Suppression: Studies done on both humans and animals have shown that commonly used opioid-based pain medications can also inhibit the function of immune cells. In fact, researchers have found the presence of opioid receptors on immune cells giving them the potential to have a direct effect. This raises concerns for chronic users being at a greater risk for developing a whole host of infections.
While addiction remains a dangerous problem for a certain subset of the population on daily opioid pain medication regimens, there seems to be a whole lot more to be concerned about for everyone else. When a pill can have these types of problematic effects on the immune system, endocrine system, gastrointestinal system, and nervous system all at the same time plus lack evidence of sustainable efficacy, then it is time to take a time out and second guess what the pharmaceutical companies are feeding you.
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