Sometime deep in the hours of last night’s insane San Francisco run-closer, one fan uploaded a music video for the Phish song “Let Me Lie,” a song originally written for Trey Anastasio’s Bar 17 album and re-recorded on Phish’s 2009 Party Time. The song was also recently busted out earlier this summer, during the band’s performance at the XFINITY Theatre in Hartford. Starring in the music video are the lovable Muppets, Kermit and Piggy, who take bike rides through the park and “ride it slowly.”Enjoy this sweet love story, courtesy of YouTube user Chris M, which you can watch by clicking the video below!
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AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich.– Our local Big Boy proceeded with their annual car show last night. There may not have been the bouncy houses or kids’ activities of previous years; but there were plenty of cars, enough to even spill over into the next lot!The staff at Big Boy on Ripley Boulevard faced some serious questions about the event’s viability when the stay–at–home order was declared several months ago. However, they managed to find a way with their friends at the Ramblin’ Rods car club.For the first time, they offered outdoor dining at the restaurant, and they brought in outhouses and sanitation stations to help people stay safe. According to manager Brittany Kieliszewski, this actually became one of the biggest turnouts they’ve had in a long time.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Christmas in July for Alpena’s MidMichigan hospitalNext Tractor show continues at full-steam
Investments in transfers reached the figure of 7.345 million dollars during 2019, year in which international transfers increased to 18,042 and also the operations in the market of the feminine soccer were increased and the amount of these in a percentage of 16,3.FIFA published on Wednesday the report of the global transfer market confirming a new record in investments, 5.8% more than in 2018, and another record in the number of movements.In total, men’s football made 18,042 international transfers, which affected 15,463 players from 178 different nationalities.In these movements 4,162 clubs were involved – 3,980 in 2018 – and 80% of the signing expenses were made by 100 clubs.By confederations UEFA was the most active. 1,914 teams from 53 European federations signed signings, transfers or both operations to star in a total of 12,290 international transfers, representing 68.1% of the total. CONMEBOL was the only confederation in which clubs of all their associations registered movements.Portugal starred in the highest positive balance with 384 million dollars, while England stood at the opposite pole, with a negative balance of 549.9 million dollars, higher than in Spain, which was 373.8 million dollars. Something more than one in 4 transfers of minors included a sales premium.The FIFA report analyzes for the second time in a row both the movements in men’s football and the feminine one, in which there were also increases in international transfers (19.7%), in participating clubs (24.5%) and in the amount of transactions (16.3%).Almost 20% of the transfers featured a US soccer player and the average duration of the contracts has increased by 16%, from 10.5 months in 2018 to 12.1 months in 2019.“We are proud to be able to publish the reports of the ‘Global Transfer Market’ on male and female football, which undoubtedly show the constant evolution of the global transfer market,” said the director of the Legal Services and Compliance Division of FIFA, Emilio García Silvero.In his opinion, “the new record in the number of transfers of the male market is striking.” “In addition, there has been a general increase in the figures for women, which shows a positive evolution of women’s football compared to last year, which we expect will continue in 2020,” he added.The data published in the FIFA report comes from the international transfer correlation system (ITMS), a platform used by the 211 FIFA member federations and more than 7,000 professional clubs.
“I think United would have been too big a jump,” former Ajax, AC Milan and Barcelona striker Kluivert, 42, told Gazzetta dello Sport.“Roma are an important club but the pressures are less.“Roma don’t have to win at any cost and it is a club that is used to good football. It is the ideal place for Justin right now.”Kluivert has signed until 2023 with the side from the Italian capital who finished third in Serie A last season.The teenager made an immediate impact with his cross setting up Edin Dzeko for the match winner in the opening Serie A game against Torino last weekend.“I’m very satisfied with what he’s doing,” added Kluivert Snr, who earned 79 caps for the Netherlands before retiring in 2004, and is now the assistant Cameroon coach.“He doesn’t talk much, but he’s someone who knows how to listen and is motivated. I wanted him to stay at Ajax for another year, but he made his choice.“Then, who doesn’t dream of Barcelona? But Italian football is catching up and Justin can take advantage of it.”Kluivert Jr made 30 league appearances for Ajax last season, scoring 10 goals, and earned his first call up to the Dutch national team in March.“He must travel miles to get to where I did, but he’s shown talent, plus he has the character and time to have a great career,” his father added.“I want to see him win with Roma and I want to see him happy.”0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Justin Kluivert right to choose Roma over Man United, says his father Patrick © AFP/File / Cooper NEILLMILAN, Italy, Aug 22 – Dutch football great Patrick Kluivert said Wednesday he believes his son Justin made the right call in snubbing Manchester United to join AS Roma.Kluivert, 19, had looked set to head for the Premeir League this summer but instead the winger opted to move to Italy after two years in Ajax.
Liverpool star Adam Lallana made the dreams of brave Donegal girl Mikaela Breen come true.Mikaela has undergone life-changing surgery and got a visit from her hero Lallana at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.Eight-year-old Mikaela, from Convoy, was diagnosed with spina bifida lipomyelomeningocele and needed specialist surgery on her tethered spinal cord in Liverpool last month. Mikaela is due to return home to Donegal this weekend after getting a special visitor.“She has been a huge Adam Lallana fan since he signed when she was four,” her mum, Sinead, said.“He has made her year. She is just over the moon We have to travel over every three months to Alder Hey and he is taking the six of us as his guests the next time we are over.”Lallana gave Mikaela a card with a special message hand-written inside. “So many people have told me what a brave and special young person you are,” it read.“Everyone who knows you is so proud of you x Hope you know you have friends in Liverpool who will be thinking of you x”Bubbly Mikaela told the England player that he should cut his hair!Sinead said: “Adam said his wife wants him to cut it, but he’ll cut it for Mikaela.”Mikaela, who attends Scoil Bhride in Convoy, will require follow-up surgery in Boston after a spell at home. Sinead said: “She never complains. She always says to me: ‘I can be brave if you can be brave, Mammy’.”Caring Liverpool star pays heart-warming visit to brave Mikaela was last modified: February 10th, 2018 by Chris McNultyShare 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)