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Arsenal fail with £15m move for Italy starlet – reports

first_img1 Juventus have reportedly knocked back a bid from Arsenal for defender Daniele Rugani.The Gunners are said to be keen to add a back-up central defender to their squad this summer and have been long-term admirers of the 20-year-old.According to Sky Sport Italia, Arsenal submitted a bid of around £15m for Rugani but Juve are not interested in selling the Italy Under-21 international and have immediately rebuffed the offer.Rugani spent the 2013/14 season on loan at Empoli before returning to Turin to play for the youth team last term.The young defender is yet to appear for Juve’s first team, although it is thought he is in manager Massimiliano Allegri’s plans for the upcoming campaign. Daniele Rugani last_img read more

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first_imgA view up the lake from the boathouse at Glenveagh Castle.A stunning November day at GlenveaghA view from the nature cabin up the lakeRounding the bend towards the castle and thinking of hot chocolate in the tea rooms!The lake is so calm that it’s difficult to even see the water unless you look closely.Another view from the boathouse up the lakeREFLECTIONS OF GLENVEAGH – PIC SPECIAL was last modified: November 24th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:glenveagh national parkpic speciallast_img read more

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How does Mike Dunleavy like his cookies More chocolate chip than dough

first_img10 varieties of cookies arranged in the Governor’s Mansion dining room for the annual open house on December 11, 2018 (Photo by David Purdy/KTOO)On Tuesday afternoon, Gov. Mike Dunleavy hosted the annual holiday open house at the governor’s mansion in Juneau. The event was an opportunity for the community to meet the governor and first lady in their new home, as well as sample a few cookies.That second part is a big priority for some of the open house’s younger guests.“We go pretty much every year,” said 11-year-old Dane Hubert, waiting in line on Calhoun Avenue with his younger brother Jaeger and their parents. Asked his favorite kind of cookie, Dane replied, “That’s a hard decision. … There’s a lot of different types of cookies.”“The M&M one is really good,” Jaeger supplied.Juneauites — mostly families like the Huberts — lined up outside in the snow starting around 3 p.m. Volunteers ushered guests into the elaborately decorated mansion to shake hands with Dunleavy, Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer and their wives, and then on to the dining room where cookies were already piled high. Children’s music groups performed in the living room as guests milled around, admiring gingerbread houses and sipping cider.This year all 10 varieties of cookies were baked in-house by mansion staff and Creations by Cynthia. Lisa Boman, executive residence manager, said that cookie dough preparation for the holiday meet-and-greet started in late September and wrapped up by the end of October.“We have a little over 23,000 cookies out there,” she said. “And in order to do that in-house, two people, it was a project.”In her seven years as residence manager, Boman says they’ve never run out of cookies. Leftovers go to nonprofits in Juneau like the AWARE shelter, the fire and police departments and the Glory Hall.Gov. Dunleavy’s favorite cookie, if you were wondering?“Chocolate chip,” he said. “More chocolate than chip — I guess, more chocolate chip than dough.”last_img read more

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