#1 he admitted to making a homophobic slur in a pr von miaowang123 07.10.2019 10:37

MILAN - AC Milan has completed the signing of Suso from Liverpool, with the 21-year-old Spanish midfielder agreeing a deal until 2019.Suso tweeted he was very happy to become a Milan player. Really happy to play for a very important club. Starting a new history there.Suso, who spent last season on loan in Spains La Liga with Almeria, signed from Cadiz in 2010 but made just 21 appearances for Liverpool. He scored once — in his only appearance this season against Middlesbrough in the league cup.He was then sidelined with injury and only recently returned to training.Suso was expected to sign for Milan when his contract expired this summer, but the young Spaniard reportedly went to Italy on his day off last Sunday for a medical without permission. Adidas Eqt Damen Sale . The Toronto Argonauts (11-7) look for an opportunity to repeat as CFL champions when they host the surging Hamilton Tiger-Cats (10-8) on Sunday. Nmd r2 Damen Schweiz .C. -- North Carolina State coach Mark Gottfried said his team had a "golden" opportunity to help its NCAA tournament chances. http://www.nmdschweizkaufen.ch/tubular-outlet.html . Hemsky left the Oilers Tuesday night loss to the Dallas Stars in the second period and did not return. Through 48 games this season, Hemsky has seven goals and a total of 24 points. Adidas Originals Gazelle Schweiz . Tony Parker had 33 points and nine assists and San Antonio never trailed in a resounding 116-92 victory over Portland, bullying the younger Trail Blazers in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals. Nmd Schuhe Online . With one week left in the regular season, Cornish - voted The Toughest Player To Bring Down - is a leading candidate for the CFLs Most Outstanding Player award. He has rushed for 1,799 yards and could break Willie Burdens club record for rushing yards in a single season with a 98-yard performance against the B.SASKATOON - The head coach of the University of Saskatchewans mens hockey team has been given a two-game suspension after he admitted to making a homophobic slur in a private email to his team. Dave Adolph, the bench boss for the Huskies, says in a statement that the words he used in the leaked December email were inappropriate and unprofessional and he apologizes to anyone who may have been offended. Adolph says hes not proud of the homophobic slang he used and that he fully supports gay rights and the You Can Play project, which encourages players, coaches and sports enthusiasts to welcome athletes who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender.dddddddddddd The nature of what the coach said has not been revealed and its not clear whether university administration or Huskie Athletics suspended him, but the U of S says its committed to preventing such incidents from happening again. Adolph has led his team to 18 consecutive post-season appearances and five Canada West Championship titles, capturing the Canada West Coach of the Year award in 1998 and 2000. He will serve the suspension Friday and Saturday when the Huskies host the University of Calgary Dinos. (CKOM, CTV Saskatoon, Global Saskatoon) ' ' '

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