36 Federal St, Red Hill“Demand continues to be strong in the inner-west from not only local buyers but a distinct new buyer trend of empty-nesters from outer suburbs wanting to make the shift closer to the city and cafe lifestyle,” Mr Mayles said.“The uptick continues with astute buyers coming from interstate, with bidders at the auction from Victoria, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. “Our successful purchaser on the weekend was a businessman from Melbourne.”The buyer was one of eight registered bidders keen on the house and 263sq m land. 36 Federal St, Red Hill sold for $788,000. Picture: realestate.com.auBRISBANE’S auction market failed to melt in the weekend’s scorching heat with the capital city recording a rise in both volume and clearance rate from the previous week.CoreLogic preliminary data shows Brisbane had a clearance rate last week of 65.7 per cent from 70 results registered, while the total number of auctions hit 129.The same time last year, Brisbane’s clearance rate sat at 48.4 per cent with a total 111 auctions.Saturday’s sale under the hammer of a renovated Red Hill cottage was a new street record.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours ago36 Federal St, Red HillThe three-bedroom, one-bathroom house at 36 Federal St sold for $788,000 to Melbourne buyers who secured the property as a long-term investment.McGrath Paddington sales agent Brendan Mayles said he welcomed more than 80 inspections during the four week marketing campaign.
How to distinguish between the two Ronaldos has been a bit of a problem ever since Cristiano Ronaldo burst on to the scene and showed his brilliance. The Juventus forward was always going to have to go some way to get to the level of his Brazilian namesake but over an incredible career he’s done just that. Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?What Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?10 Gorgeous Bollywood Divas Who Earn A Lot8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseCare To Try A Glow-In-The-Dark Doughnut?8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet6 Best ’90s Action Movies To Watch Today7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them Loading… He did eventually start the game, after initially being left off the starting XI when team sheets were handed in, but France, inspired by Zinedine Zidane, were too good for the Selecao and Ronaldo was like a ghost of himself on the pitch. The 2002 World Cup winner had a very good career but it would have been even better if not for the serious injuries that kept affecting him, especially recurring knee problems. It’s something that Cristiano Ronaldo has been lucky to keep clear of for much of his career as his fitness hasn’t even deteriorated too much despite reaching 35 years old. ‘Original Ronaldo’ and, cruelly, ‘Fat Ronaldo’ have both been used at times to describe the man who won FIFA’s World Player of the Year three times. Asked by Fabio Cannavaro on an Instagram Live about being called the ‘Real Ronaldo’ the 43-year-old said, “For CR7, it must be boring to hear that I am the real Ronaldo. “People cannot be compared. Cristiano will remain in football history for the goals and for the continuity he has achieved. He will remain one of the best, like Messi.” Read Also: Ronaldo shows off ripped body as he recovers from AC Milan loss The five-time Ballon d’Or winner has scored 27 goals in 26 games for the Old Lady this season in Serie A as they look to win yet another Scuetto. Juve bought the former Manchester United winger to help them win the Champions League though, so his time in Turin may be considered a relative failure unless he manages to secure the side’s first European title since 1996. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Brazilian was named the best in the world before he reached his 21st birthday in 1996 and again a year later. He finished second in 1998 and probably would have won the award that year were it not for his mystery injury on the day of the World Cup final.
– hoping to be pushed to certification by the GFFGREGORY ‘Jackie Chan’ Richardson said that he’s willing and ready to embrace his new role with the Guyana Football Federation (GFF), where he serves as a coach for the Federation’s national academy, working with the country’s National youth teams.All part of the GFF’s plans, orchestrated by Technical Director Ian Greenwood, Richardson will join former national players,Bryan Joseph and Charles ‘Lily’ Pollard who have all committed to working with the local federal at the various levels of the national teams.“I’m committed to coaching, you know, I’m trying to help the youngsters because it’s better to help the youths, so eventually you get them out at an early age. Eventually, everyone will want to come on board to play football because before some use to say that football has nothing to offer” Richardson said.The 34-year-old is often times mentioned as one of the most gifted players Guyana has ever produced;his exploits saw him reach as far as the USA’s Major League (MLS) when he signed with the Colorado Rapids in 2009.Also establishing his dominance in the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League, Richardson found success in the second tier of USA’s football system with the Carolina RailHawks as well as with the Puerto Rico Islanders,and later Alpha United.The foundation Pele FC player, however, of recent has been finding favour with the Wayne Forde-led GFF, where his expertise on playing ‘upfront’ was highly sought after by Greenwood.In fact, Greenwood told Chronicle Sport yesterday that Richardson’s exceptional ability to control the game as a forward and his skill is something that’s seriously lacking in football in Guyana, while Forde stated that Richardson’s god-gifted skill will surely be needed in the country’s rebuilding process at the youth levels.“If the GFF put that trust in me I will continue doing it because I love coaching and playing football,” Richardson said when asked if he intends to go all the way with the coaching role, as the GFF talks about investing in his future once committed.“I coach, even at my club I would continue coaching because most times I don’t even feel like play, I just want to coach, especially with the those youngsters” Richardson said.Richardson was a part of the Walter Moore scouting programme, where his former Golden Jaguars teammate along with the FF Jaro Coach,Kristian Heames,held a two-day scouting clinic with Guyana’s National U-17 players.“Well the experience is good and we were able to see some of the good talent. We still have some more good players outside that didn’t come, but we have some promising players that could make it out there,so we’re trying to push them a lot now”“Majority of the players from Georgetown knows me. I coach a couple of them at Morgan and those from Chase and a few are with my club. I speak to them a lot, tell them what to do and what not to do, show them how to get certain things done and they adapted very quick” Richardson pointed out.Despite still stating his willingness to don the colours of the Golden Jaguars once given, Richardson, however, stated that his primary focus now is to see the young players “get the knowledge of the game, understand the game the right way, because as long as they understand the game it will come easy to them.”Richardson plans on using every opportunity given by the GFF to his advantage to help better his coaching ability.
Indomitable Lions coach Clarence Seedorf has tipped the Super Eagles as one of the powers of African football to go all the way and play in the final match of the tournament later this month in Cairo.The match ended 3-2 in Nigeria’s favour but it was the Cameroonian team in the driving seat at the interval and had a chance to increase the tally in the early minutes of the second half.The complexion of the match changed midway in the second half when Nigeria equalized and score the winning goal minutes later and held on till the end of the match. “Let me congratulate all Nigerians for the win. We know what your team can do and we tried to control the match especially when the tide was on our side but your team has a strong striking force which worked for you at the end of the day.“We planned for Ighalo but his mental ability was very strong and justified it with two goals today. Musa was very strong on the wing and in the end we suffered for it.“I see your team going all the way if they can stay strong in the next matches. Against Egypt will be tough if they win against South Africa but against any other opposition could be a bit easy if they maintain same mental ability,” he expressed.On his future with Cameroon FA, he said he has an exiting contract and both parties are looking good to continue but it’s unfortunate that Cameroon lost tonight but victory could go either way and tonight it was Nigeria that laughed last.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram