“The call from Florentino Pérez is the one that surprised me the most”

first_imgHow do you carry out so much change of city ?: “We have been changing cities a lot. He bought his house in Madrid when he came to Atlético.”Did you miss the benches ?: “He wanted to enjoy the grandchildren, but the last team he coached was three years ago. In China he really enjoyed it. He had many offers, but he didn’t want to train any more.”He was a very soccer man: “I don’t know if there is anyone in the world who watched more soccer games than him. There were times when he watched three games at once.”Thanks: “At this moment I am at a loss for words to thank all the expressions of affection. I am sorry that he left so soon and that he could not be fired as he deserved. When all this happens, he will have the tribute and funeral he deserves.”Pantic: “Radomir’s house was open 24 hours”Along with Dusan Antic, he was also Milinko Pantic, player that his father signed for Atlético de Madrid and who was very close to the Serbian coach personally.Pain after loss: “I lack words to describe what he has done for me, thanks to him my family and I are here. He was a very different person in everything, not only in soccer. He was very intelligent. Apart from a great coach, he was a great father and friend of Everyone. His house was open 24 hours for everyone. A happy guy who infected you. He had no enemies. “First contact with Antic: “We met in ’85 in the Partizán. He was a scout and I played as in Segunda B here. Thanks to him, the Partizán signed me. We had a friendship of many years.”Arrival at Atlético: “It was not an easy decision because he was very happy in Greece. He was a God there, although he was a small team. It was a challenge when he called me. I wanted to work with him. We met a bit late but he could not sign me for Zaragoza Perhaps it would have been better to arrive for me with four years younger, but I think I did what he asked. “What do you miss most in the absence of the mister ?: “I am missing everything from the mister. We were very close. The last time we were with him was December 19, but I have been many times with him in the hospital until he entered the ICU. I was convinced that he was going to save himself, because it was not a disease to die for, although it was serious. Then it got a little complicated and it is a shame because it left us very soon. He was a person who never complained of pain. I never heard him say this or that hurts me Once he injured his ankle and he could not foul with me and it was the only time I heard him and it was because he could not foul. “Role in Atlético: “He was a very smart guy. He knew how far he could go. He had it clear, I sent him a video with my goals and he was clear that he wanted this type of player to supply balls to Kiko and Penev. He worked using his head, but things in life, I scored my most important goal with my head “. Dusan Antic, son of the recently deceased Radomir Antic, passed this Wednesday by the microphones of The Stringer of the SER Chain to talk about the figure of his father, the only coach who has trained Atlético, Real Madrid and Barcelona, ​​among others. Were you surprised by the love for your father ?: “The displays of affection have been incredible and from everywhere, not only from fans, but also from other types of people. I lack words to thank the words they have had towards my father. It would be unfair to mention some and not others. My father He was sick, but it didn’t seem serious. He was improving a lot, but he got a bacterium that is only found in hospitals and it left us in two days. “Any calls that especially surprised you ?: “I did not expect Florentino Perez to call me. He promised me that he would receive the Bernabéu recognition because it was Real Madrid’s history and he showed his affection to the whole family. He is very grateful. At first, when everything happened, Butragueño called and people who had more to do with my father. Ceferin sent a telegram to the family. We were also contacted by a lot of players, but it would be unfair to name just a few. “The emptiness that Radomir leaves: “You cannot imagine the incredible emptiness that has left us. We are at home with my mother, but my father has left a void that you cannot imagine. With my father we have gone to the Camp Nou or the Bernabéu and he never had problems with no fan. He stopped to sign autographs and take pictures. “Disease: “He had improved a lot, but they put him in the ICU to protect him from the coronavirus. They moved him and that made him feel bad and in two days he left us. He caught a bacteria on Saturday and on Monday he left. We couldn’t say goodbye to him as we wanted. “Atlético de Madrid: “I know that he had a great relationship with Enrique Cerezo and with many people from Atlético. When all this happens, I suppose they will contact us to do anything. My father would have been 25 years old as an Atlético partner this year. My father was of football, he has never said it belonged to any team. He really likes the new stadium, but the collapse of Calderón did not go well for him. “Milinko Pantic: “Pantic for him was not a footballer, it was as if he were his son. He always counted on him for all the events at home.”Was it very familiar ?: “He always had time for his grandchildren and said that it was a privilege to enjoy them. My children also went to see them play soccer, but less because I did not want to put pressure on them. I enjoyed the children very much. He was a better father than a coach, that’s for sure He went to all the Atlético matches with us because we are all partners. “last_img read more

In Your Neighbourhood

first_imgMemorial semi-finalsAll the semi-finalists in both the male and female divisions of the Howie Chin Memorial Prep School football leagues have been confirmed. The competition is in its fifth year and run by the Manchester Football Association.In the boys’ competition, there is a three-way tie on 14 points involving Knox, Belair and surprise package Charagape. Unbeaten Knox and Belair are in pole position, based on their higher goal average, with the boys from Knox ahead by one goal.Defending champions Mount St Joseph complete the final four. However, they have been far from convincing, winning three matches and losing twice.They, however, secured their spot earlier this week with their most impressive display so far – a 5-0 flogging of Yabnel. Coy Grant led the way with two goals.Belair are on course to land the female title, having recorded four straight wins. Their 12 points are seven more than Mt St Joseph, on five, while Knox have three.Claude McKay semi-final spotRed-hot Spit Fyah go into their quarter-final clash with eight-ranked Tamarind Tree bubbling with confidence, as the post-season begins in the Jamaica Domino Council Association League at Caymanas Park with four matches. All games begin at 11 a.m.Spit Fyah crushed Giants 300-204 in the end-of-round final last Sunday to cop their second title of the season. They had also won the mid-season title earlier in the competition, after they beat arch-rivals Caribbean Classic. In other quarter-final games, Caribbean Classic take on Eradication; Giants oppose Right Stuff and Waterhouse United will knock cards with Naggo Head Strikers.Passagefort, Waterford to continue rivalryDefending champions Passagefort United will continue their intriguing battle with arch-rivals Waterford in the semi-finals of the South East St Catherine Constituency Domino League, which is sponsored by MP Colin Fagan, at seven o’clock tonight at the Garveymeade Sports Club.Last Sunday, both teams were locked at 114-114 apiece when a power outage forced a premature end to the match. It will continue where it ended. Ken’s Wildflower, who are awaiting the winner of that clash, booked their spot in the final as they humbled Westmeade Rising Sun 250-227 last Sunday.Ken’s led by 35 points (125-90) at half-time. The final will be on Sunday, November 22, at Caymanas Track Limited.Portsmouth on topPortsmouth Primary showed that they are the team to beat in the Institute of Sports (INSPORTS) Primary Netball League with a big 18-4 win over Independence City Primary at the Portsmouth Primary Court last Wednesday.Trishana Gray (12 goals) and Shakera Baker (six goals) led Portsmouth’s scoring, while Arifa Wilson scored all of Independence City’s four goals.This was Portsmouth’s second win in as many matches and they lead Zone One with maximum six points. Ascot Primary are second on three points as they defeated Waterford 10-8.Horizon Park netball rally’s second roundClaude McKay High created history when their Under 14 and Under 16 teams made it to the second round of the ISSA age-group competitions for the first time.Their Under-14 team made the cut on Tuesday when a hat-trick by Renardo Hall gave them a 4-0 win over Edwin Allen in Franfield. They ended their North Clarendon zone on 13 points.The Under-16 team had a more difficult passage, earning nine points from two wins and a draw to advance with surprise zone winners Thompson Town.They defeated Clarendon College 1-0 and also edged Kellits 2-1. They had drawn 1-1 encounters against Lennon and Thompson Town. The traditionally-heralded Clarendon College failed to make the cut.The result is significant for coach Orville Beckford and the James Hill-based Claude McKay, as they did not contest the daCosta Cup competition this year. club TT LeagueThree Division Two matches were played last night as the Institute of Sports (INSPORTS)/Table Tennis Jamaica National Table Tennis Club League continued. In the results, JPS blanked hosts Duhaney Park 5-0, Supersonic B drubbed visitors Blue Diamond All-Stars 4-1, and hosts UWI edged Swallowfield Chapel Smashers 3-2.The league continues tomorrow at 6 p.m. with JDF at home to Swallowfield at Up Park Camp and The Gleaner at home to Emancipation Park at North Street in two Division Two matches.McKoy wins Burger King walk race againAt 42, Olivia McKoy’s dream to represent her country again may well be over, but her drive to participate and keep her body fit appears far from diminished.McKoy topped Natasha McKenzie who won the Knox 7K road walk race two weekends ago in Manchester. It was the second-straight time she had beaten McKenzie.In the first Burger King-sponsored road race in Mandeville, McKoy defeated pre-road race favourite and the woman considered the best in Jamaica Paula Sinclair of Kingston. McKenzie was third.McKoy’s win was even more remarkable than the Mandeville leg as her final time of 37 minutes was four minutes quicker than the nearest female.Looking fit and strong, the former Jamaica Olympian won her second-straight road race when she won the Burger King Portmore leg of the run/walk road series.Having completed her second win, she says she wants to make the road race and walking circuit her new domain.”Given all that I’ve been through I thank God for this, it means I can continue to believe in myself.”This conclusion is significant, given her troubles at the event last year when she was disqualified after it was deemed by the race organisers that she ran instead of walking the distance.She also said she is keen to get her technique right as once she is fit, “no one can beat me”.She currently resides in the Lincoln area of Manchester and although qualified with a first degree from an athletic scholarship abroad, she remains unemployed.Mandeville Street Gun championship tomorrowCompetitive shooting returns to Mandeville when the Manchester Rifle and Pistol Club (MRPC) will host the final leg of its National Street Gun championship.The event, which starts at 11 a.m., will be hosted tomorrow at the Lincoln range, six miles south-west of Mandeville. However, the match will go beyond the usual limits of a club match as it is designed for all kinds of shooters, particularly amateurs.No carry-on rigs are allowed, hence only the regular firearm license issued by the Firearm Licensing Authority will be engaged.Stages for the championship will mirror local danger scenarios the licensed firearm holder is likely to face. Expected designs include playing dominoes, gardening, bathroom, driving and lying down.The range will be open from as early as 8:30 a.m. to accommodate last-minute practice sessions.Howie Chin UWI win in Naggo Head make perfect startNaggo Head Primary School battled from a goal down to register a 3-1 victory over Belmont Park in the Institute of Sports (INSPORTS)/Chubby Portmore Primary Football League last Thursday.Damion Abraham scored a hat-trick of goals to lead Naggo Head to victory and they now lie third in Zone Two with six points from two games.In other games in the zone joint leaders Bridgeport (seven points) clipped Greater Portmore 2-0 and Waterford (seven points), another co-leader, registered a similar 2-0 win over Ascot Primary.Independence City Primary lead Zone One with seven points after they were held 0-0 by Southborough Primary. They are followed by defending champions Portsmouth and Gregory Park with four points apiece, following their 1-1 draw, while Kensington Primary (three points) won their first-ever game as they edged Port Henderson Primary 1-0. Kensington made their debut last season.In games on Tuesday, Portsmouth defeated Port Henderson 3-1, with goals from Duvarn Webb (second minute), girl player Jada Douglas (40th), and Justin Robinson (50th). Independence City came from behind to beat Kensington 3-2. Jaheem Johnson with a double strike (33rd, 49th) and Dante Brown (30th) led Independence City to victory. Alex Brown (10th) and Brian Berket (57th) scored for Kensington.Spit Fyah eyes in U14, U-16 new closing dateThe closing date for entries for the Horizon Park Primary School netball rally has been pushed back by a week to Friday, November 20. The rally will be held on Friday, November 27 on their school grounds, starting at 8 a.m.The organisers said the event will be “unique, thanks to the special arrangements and efforts of their sponsors”. There will also be special awards for most disciplined team and leading goalscorer.For assistance with registration, contact Vaswani Samuels at 981-8114. The cost of registration is $2,500.BoJ, NCB in Jam Clear Cup finalDefending champions Bank of Jamaica (BoJ) and National Commercial Bank (NCB) will meet in the 2015 Western Sports/JNBS-sponsored Norman Goodison InterBank Jam Clear Cup final tomorrow at Winchester Park, starting at 3 p.m.NCB defeated JNBS 5-2 in their semi-final match last Sunday at Winchester Park. Sheldon Maragh scored a brace in the fifth and 36th minutes, and Damion Walker also had a double, scoring in the 50th and 68th minutes. AndrÈ Messam scored the other goal for NCB in the eighth minute. Romario Atkinson (15th) and Chevon Williams (22nd) scored for JNBS.BoJ won the inaugural Jam Clear Cup competition and are going all out to defend their title. Coach Anthony Patrick will be looking to Red Stripe Premier League players Dawyne Smith and Akeen Themstead, Antonio Hall, Mark Powell, Roger Buckner, Dasean Meeks, Patrick Campbell and goalkeeper Paul Allen for their second hold on the trophy.National Under-17 coach Paul Edwards will try to win his first InterBank title and he will rely on former Harbour View goalkeeper Lavar Williams, Messam, Walker, Calnet Gray, Maragh, Dwayne Salmon, Zadok Howard and Ceyon Francis for victory.The winner will play InterBank champions Scotiabank in the Champion of Champion matchup on Sunday, November 22, at the same venue.JPS, Supersonic,last_img read more

Van Gaal back under scrutiny

first_img Put simply, 2016 has to start better than 2015 ended for the Dutchman. “If anything, we are all playing for our own futures as well,” United defender Chris Smalling said, with the team having fallen five places adrift of the Champions League places. On paper, Swansea looks the ideal opponents for United to get back to winning ways: No manager following Garry Monk’s firing on December 9, one place above the bottom three, only one away win – against last-place Aston Villa – this campaign. Yet the Welsh club has won its last three games against United, all 2-1, including a home-and-away league double last season. What Van Gaal must ensure is that United play the same way as against Chelsea, when his players were more positive, took more risks with their passing and looked to play more forward. United’s fans could see the team was trying and seemed to warm to Van Gaal and his players. But how long will the goodwill last? “Inside of the club, the players are willing to fight for every metre, the manager is willing to fight, the members of staff are willing to fight and the board is very confident in the staff and the manager,” Van Gaal said. Above sixth-place United, the top four is separated by just four points heading into the second half of the season. It is the most unpredictable of title races, with surely few predicting that Leicester and Tottenham would be in the Champions League positions at the turn of the year. MANCHESTER, England (AP): It speaks volumes about Manchester United’s current plight that a 0-0 draw at home against a team languishing just above the Premier League’s relegation zone represents an encouraging sign of progress. That’s how far a mighty club has fallen, with the stalemate with Chelsea on Monday appearing to give some breathing space for under-pressure manager Louis van Gaal. Lose to manager-less and relegation-threatened Swansea at Old Trafford on Saturday, though, and United will put Van Gaal even closer to the brink. The record 20-time English champions are winless in their last eight games in all competitions, marking their worst run of form since 1990, and have collected only three points from their last six league games. Almost as worrying for United is that the team has scored only one goal in its last four home games. Van Gaal may say he enjoys the backing of the United board, and has backtracked on previous comments that he could quit as manager, but there might be no way back if Swansea leave Old Trafford with three points. PLAYING FOR OUR FUTURE Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil has 16 assists so far this season, and is only four off the Premier League record held by Thierry Henry. Ozil must like his chances of getting even closer on Saturday when his table-topping side hosts Newcastle at Emirates Stadium. Henry, one of Arsenal’s greatest players, set the record in the 2002-03 season and believes it will get broken by Ozil. “The guy is just amazing,” Henry said. “Finally we’re starting to see what type of player he can be. It’s his vision, he always puts the ball where you need it. He sees everything, and when you play with a player like that, anything can happen at any time.” Arsenal are ahead of Leicester on goal difference, with Man City three points back in third place. ASSIST KINGlast_img read more

Canadian Men’s Wheelchair Basketball Team lock down Tokyo 2020 spot; will play for Gold at Lima 2019

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Local Paralympic athlete, Bo Hedges, and the Canadian Men’s Wheelchair Basketball team have their tickets punched for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games after playing against Colombia in the semifinal on Friday at the 2019 ParaPan Am Games in Lima, Peru.The Canadian Men were able to beat Colombia in the semifinal with a score of 62 to 42 and clinched a sixth consecutive podium appearance for Canada at the Games.Up next, the Canadian Men will play the USA for the gold medal in the final.- Advertisement -The men’s final is scheduled to take place Saturday, August 31, at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time.Also on Saturday, the Canadian Women’s Wheelchair Basketball team will be taking on the USA in the gold medal final at 7:45 p.m. Eastern Time.last_img

City to sign agreement with Doig River First Nation

first_imgThe MOU between the Doig River First Nation and the City will be signed on Aug. 13 at Centennial Park. The city of Fort St. John will be signing its first ever Memorandum of Understanding with a First Nation group.Mayor Bruce Lantz says the signing of a MOU is typically done for ceremonial purposes, however, it opens the doors for further discussions between the two signing parties.[asset|aid=3072|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=99f546c7b01acb13856486aedf7edb38-Lantz MOU_1_Pub.mp3] – Advertisement -Lantz says signing this first MOU shows that the city recognizes the various communities surrounding the city, including the Doig River, and that the two can create a partnership to discuss any issues or problems that arise.He says this will probably provide a platform for other First Nations communities around the city to have similar understandings.[asset|aid=3073|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=99f546c7b01acb13856486aedf7edb38-Lantz MOU 2_1_Pub.mp3] Advertisementlast_img read more

Two Fish Creek trails now open

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The city of Fort St. John announced today that 2 of the Fish Creek trails are now open.Wind and rain caused extensive damage to the trails and needed to be closed to remove hazardous trees in the area.The city says crews will continue to work on the trails for another week or so. The Silviculture trail will remain closed due to being washed out and having lots of debris making it unsafe.- Advertisement -Chris Murphy, Grounds Manager with they are glad to be getting somewhere and keeping citizens safe.“We are very pleased that the contractor was able to work this quickly to get the trails safe for community use. The unstable ground from the rain combined with the wind meant a number of trees posed a risk to the safety of citizens.”last_img

Giroud happy to stay at Arsenal in January

first_img0Shares0000Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud celebrates after scoring a goal during their UEFA Europa League Group H first leg match against Red Star Belgrade, at Stadion Rajko Mitic in Belgrade, on October 19, 2017PARIS, France, Nov 12- Olivier Giroud insists he is happy to remain at Arsenal, despite being limited to a bit-part role this season.Giroud was on the verge of moving to Everton during the summer, before the 31-year-old decided to remain at the Emirates and fight for his place. The French international is yet to start a Premier League game this season, with Alexis Sanchez and Alexandre Lacazette both preferred up front.But after scoring for France in Friday’s friendly win over Wales, Giroud says he has no regrets over his decision to remain with Arsene Wenger’s men and that situation won’t change in the January transfer window.“I’m sure Arsene was watching, especially because Aaron [Ramsey] was playing too,” said Giroud.“He’s always supporting me and there is a lot of trust in each other. He trusts in me and I try to give it back on the pitch when I can.“For the moment I am not questioning myself about my future. I am happy at Arsenal and I am fine with the decision to stay because I want to.“I am thinking that the story between the club and myself was not over and not finished. We will see what happens but I am happy at Arsenal for the moment.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Commercial projects make up City’s construction values for December

first_imgYou can view the full December 2019 building permit report on the City’s website. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The City of Fort St. John has released the construction value of building permits issued for December 2019.For December, the value of construction was $5.165 million with five permits issued.The largest project on the list is for a commercial project for the construction of the new Co-Op Service Station, located at 11432 100 Street, with a dollar value of $4.0 million and a permit value of $20,000.- Advertisement -The construction value for commercial projects during December was $5.125 million, while garage/renovation projects were valued at $40,000.In comparison to 2018, the overall construction value of the projects is up from $44.1 million to $57.6 million.The number of permits issued in 2019 is down to 106 when compared to a year ago at 112.Advertisementlast_img read more

Bettis keeps putting off his goodbyes a little longer

first_imgPITTSBURGH — Jerome Bettis slammed the ball to the turf to celebrate his 5-yard touchdown run that put the Steelers ahead for good in their 31-17 playoff victory in Cincinnati on Sunday, then looked to hug someone. Within a moment, he realized he had committed a major gaffe. The touchdown was his. The souvenir ball wasn’t. Immediately, Bettis scurried to recover the ball, which he proudly toted off the field and later stuffed into his travel bag as he rushed to leave the stadium. Did Bettis realize the ball might be the last he carries across an NFL goal line, and thus wanted to make sure it didn’t get lost in some Bengals ball bag? “Nah,” he said. “It was a playoff touchdown ball. I’ve never kept any, so it was one of those things where I needed to get that one.” This Sunday, the NFL’s fifth-leading rusher hopes to depart Indianapolis with an even better parting gift: the Steelers’ first divisional playoff road victory in his 10 seasons with them, and one of the biggest upsets in franchise history. The Steelers have won on the road past the wild-card round only once in 30 years a 1984 upset in Denver. They’ve had only one other road victory so late in the postseason in their 73-year history, the franchise-altering AFC championship game upset at Oakland in January 1975 that led to the first of four Super Bowl titles. But Bettis isn’t caught up in what might seem like ancient history even if the soon-to-be 34-year-old is ancient himself by NFL running back standards. Bettis knows that if the Steelers can somehow finagle a victory in Indianapolis, as improbable as it might seem against what is widely seen as the NFL’s No. 1 team, he would buy another week. And then he would be within one more victory of what this season was all about: ending his career by playing in the Super Bowl in his hometown of Detroit. center_img “Anything can happen once you get to the playoffs,” he said. “That’s why we had to get there.” Bettis is a role player now, a wear-’em-down back who comes in and punishes defense with his 255-pound bulk once the Steelers get a lead. The eight-time 1,000-yard rusher gained only 368 yards during the season, barely nudging his career total of 13,662 yards. Yet he is as responsible as anyone for getting them into these playoffs. In what became the Steelers’ biggest game of the season, Bettis stepped out of his handyman role to run for 101 yards in a 21-9, win-or-else victory over Chicago on Dec. 11. That game ended the Steelers’ three-game losing streak, the Bears’ eight-game winning streak and preserved Bettis’ chance for that hometown Super Bowl. The Steelers haven’t lost since. Their players haven’t publicly hopped on this Let’s-Win-One-For-The-Bus crusade; rather, it is low-key and understated, almost like Bettis himself these days. Once the most interviewed player in their locker room, he often is invisible now during media periods, preferring to let brand-new 1,000-yard rusher Willie Parker have the attention. Parker, as a way of showing his respect and thanks, wore a throwback Bettis Rams jersey to the Steelers’ final home game Jan. 1. That day, thousands of fans in Heinz Field chanted, “One more year! One more year!” when Bettis was pulled after matching his career high with three touchdown runs. (The opponent? None other than those hometown Lions.) “That was an amazing feeling,” Bettis said. “If it is the end of the line, then it’s been incredible.” Bettis’ unselfishness was most visible when he refused to complain after being benched at the start of the 2003 season for Amos Zereoue. Wide receiver Hines Ward credits it for setting the tone of the Steelers’ locker room ever since. To Ward, Bettis’ gesture represented what the Steelers are all about. The unselfish attitude that no one player is bigger than the rest. A blue collar work ethic a cliched theme but, considering the Steelers’ practice field sits on the site of a former steel mill, a fitting one. Bettis’ value to the Steelers was illustrated when Ward broke down in tears talking to reporters after last year’s AFC title game loss to New England. Ward was upset because he feared Bettis would retire then, and, “he deserves to go out a champion.” Coach Bill Cowher agrees. “I have so much appreciation for him it seems like he’s always been there,” Cowher said. “When the day comes that he’s not there, there’s going to be a void there because it seems like he’s always been there every week. I can’t express what he stands for as a football player and as a person. “For every yard he’s gained on the field this guy, in my mind, has exceeded that off the field. I’ve never been around too many guys like that.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgLiam McShea from Supervalu with Avril McMonagle from DCCC and some of the toys donated by youSUPERVALU shoppers (and the shopkeepers!) are being hailed as heroes after an emergency toy appeal this Christmas.The stores in Dungloe, Ballybofey and Buncrana stepped in when the Donegal County Childcare Committee issued as SOS for toys for needed families.With so many families struggling this Christmas, the caring and thoughtful gestures of customers and the stores will help bring a few more smiles to more homes next Thursday morning.  SUPERVALU SUPERHEROES TO THE RESCUE WITH TOY APPEAL was last modified: December 17th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BallybofeybuncranadungloeSuperValutoy appeallast_img read more