Revising remittance rule should balance protection, consumer access

first_img continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Substantive amendments to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) remittance rule would create a more effective balance between consumer protection and access to services, CUNA wrote to the CFPB Thursday. CUNA submitted its comment letter on the CFPB’s remittance request for information, which the CFPB issued in April following months of meetings in which CUNA raised the issue with CFPB leaders and staff.“We appreciate the Bureau engaging in its current effort to consider potential revisions to the remittance rule and support the current leadership in its goal to issue right-sized regulations after soliciting meaningful stakeholder feedback,” the letter reads. “While CUNA supports appropriate safeguards for consumers initiating remittance transfers, including clear and understandable disclosures, the Bureau should propose and finalize substantive amendments to the Remittance Rule to better balance necessary consumer protections with a more tailored regulation that allows consumers to access desired products and services.”The CFPB finalized the rule in 2012 and added a safe harbor later that year for entities that conduct 100 or fewer remittance transfers in the current and prior calendar years. The safe harbor was intended to give small entities such as credit unions relief from burdensome requirements while allowing them to offer remittances as a member convenience.last_img read more

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Governor Wolf Orders Flags at Half-Staff to Honor the Victims of the Orlando Shooting

first_img June 12, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Governor Wolf Orders Flags at Half-Staff to Honor the Victims of the Orlando Shooting Flag Order,  Orlando,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA –  In accordance with President Obama’s proclamation, Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all United States and Pennsylvania flags at the Capitol Complex, Commonwealth facilities, and all public buildings and grounds throughout the state lowered to half-staff, effective immediately. This order is to mark respect for the victims of the attack at an LGBT club that took place early this morning in Orlando, Florida.“Frances and I send our thoughts and prayers to the victims, their families, and the entire Orlando community for the tragic and senseless terror attack and hate crime that occurred early this morning in Florida,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “I ask all Pennsylvanians to participate in this tribute on behalf of all who were lost and injured.”Flags should be flown at half-staff until sunset on June 16, 2016 per President Obama’s proclamation.last_img read more

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A Night in Havana Gala this month for MMH Foundation

first_imgBatesville, IN—The Margaret Mary Health Foundation will present A Night in Havana Gala on Saturday, September 28 at Walhill Farm. Support the hospital foundation while sporting your fedora and a colorful frock with Cuban cocktails, cuisine, and entertainment. For more information, call Mary Dickey at 812.933.5141 or email [email protected] The MMH Foundation was established in 2012 to ensure the hospital’s legacy of quality and compassionate care continues for generations.last_img

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Mourinho: I’m a better coach now

first_imgJose Mourinho believes he is better prepared to succeed as Chelsea boss second time around. Press Association Mourinho did well enough in his first stint at Stamford Bridge, including two Premier League titles in his five-trophy haul. However, his confrontational nature did not meet with the approval of the Chelsea hierarchy and in the end, the schism with owner Roman Abramovich became so wide time had to be called on their relationship. center_img Since then though, Mourinho has had a fabulous stint at Inter Milan, steering the Italian giants to an unprecedented treble, as well as three seasons with Real Madrid, where he added another league title to his impressive list of honours. And the early evidence is this is a much calmer version of the Portuguese firebrand who has captivated English audiences since he burst onto the scene with a dance down the Old Trafford touchline in celebration of a famous triumph with Porto almost a decade ago. So, within a matter of hours of touching down in Bangkok at the start of a three-match tour of the Far East, Mourinho was explaining why he feels he has improved. “My job is a job where experience means a lot,” said Mourinho. “I have had two years in Italy and three in Spain. It makes me better coach. I am in better condition than I was last time. “I have some white hairs but in my case that’s a good sign. It means I am better now than before. “But I am still very sad and unhappy when my team doesn’t win, it’s up to the players to help me get the results I want.” last_img read more

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Financial Indiscipline at MoYS is the cause of NSA’s Debt.

first_imgThe National Sports Authority, an establishment of the State is virtually a collapsed institution. It has no ability to deliver on its mandate as a fully fledged state institution established by the Laws of this country.Almost close to a year, the authority has been without electricity due to its huge indebtedness to the ECG.Power to the state institution has been cut off as a result of a debt of about over GHC 4million that the authority owes ECG at the various stadia across the country.The only reliable bus for the authority that supports various tournaments and competitions of the federations has been seized by an Accra High Court order issued in favour of Goshen Travel and Tours for services it rendered to the Swimming Federation in their tournaments in Kenya, Nigeria and Barcelona in 2012.Currently the bus which was purchased in 2010, is with the auctioneer pending the speedy auction of the State asset. Magnum security force is also owed over Ghc 1.7m for providing security services since 2009 and has not been paid. Apple Healthy Lifestyle is owed ghc2.6m for supplying gym equipments  to the various stadia since 2012.ZoomLion Company Ltd is also owed an amount close to Ghc 3million for Janitorial Services and has threatened to withdraw its services by on the 10th March 2017. Added to all this is the Litina Travels and Tours garnished order it secured from the Accra High Court, Commercial Court number 2, was probably the straw that broke the camel’s back. This was when some six senior officers in the MoYS, in flagrant violation of the Procurement Law,  gave a contract to African Origin Travel and Tours when a committee that the same ministry has set up to do procurements under the All African Games Committee, in their technical and financial evaluation report to the Ministry,  indicated that Litina Travels and Tours have won the contract and therefore the contract should be given to Litina.Former Minister Nii Lante Vanderpuiye is on record to have said that the reason for the huge debt of the NSA is as a result of poor record keeping and also lack of legal representation.Despite some justification in  this, it is not convincing by any stretch of analysis and begs understanding of the real issues at stake;It is factual and undeniable that the NSA’s huge debt is as a result of financial indiscipline on the part of senior officers at the MoYS.Former Youth and Sports Minister Nii Lante Vanderpuiye alluded that there is lack of legal representation for both the MoYS and NSA. One may ask, Is that not the  responsibility of the Attorney General to ensure that the Ministry for that matter the NSA is provided with good legal representation. Is it not the job of the Minister to work with the Attorney General’s office to ensure that the Ministry is adequately represented in court?Why should he be the one lamenting over this when it should be the tax payer and the good people of this country whose monies are going to be used to pay these debts.It is important to mention that Honorable Minister should have been meticulous in coming out to say the Moys has no records of these debts knowing very well as much as we all do that the creditors can take undue advantage of the comment on lack of records and make undue claim on government. This is very unfortunate to say the least.Administrators at the Sports Ministry have a responsibility  to ensure that there are proper records of every financial transaction at the MoYS.It is a fact upheld in public financial management and good governance that one main reason why senior government officials would not want to keep proper records of financial transactions is when they want to perpetrate fraud. As part of the  fraudulent act of the fraudster, he does whatever is necessary to cover his back so that he can elude any possible persuer.If this argument is anything to go by, we are made to know that the lack of proper record keeping at the MoYS could be deliberate to hide records from legitimate pursuers.In my opinion, the following maybe the reasons for the many debts suffocating the NSA and the MoYS.There is lack of financial discipline at the Moys, where the Ministry spends more than it’s budget as a Ministry and spends the budget that belongs to its agencies.The MoYS spent GHC2.M of NSA’s approved budget for which the funds was released to the MoYS by Ministry of Finance in 2016.  The Winneba Sports College and the National Youth Authority suffered similar fate. Furthermore there is total disregard and non adherence to the Procurement Act 2002 at the MoYS.Using Litina Travels and Tours and African Origin as a classical case of non adherence to the Laws of this country,  the MoYS did not follow any procurement procedure in awarding the contract to African Origin.A. There was no advertisements or request from prospective bidders for the expression of interest by the MoYS.B. There was no tenders from prospective bidders. C. There was no bid document opening.D. There was no technical evaluation of tenders.E. There was no financial evaluation.F. There was no approval from the Public Procurement Authority  for a single sole sourcing.G. The entity tender committee of the Moys did not sit to look at the issue of airlifting service by MoYS. H. There was no letter awarding a contract from the Ministry to African Origin Travel and Tours.I. There was no documented contract between African Origin and the MoYS.Not withstanding all these short comings,  the Ministry gave the job to African Origin Travel and Tours and paid a whopping $880,000.00.Now, from the above, whose work is it to keep proper records of all these transactions at the MoYS. Is it not the Ministry and its officials.Let’s call spade a spade, it is because some people at the MoYS want to make ungodly gain and therefore would not commit themselves to the Procurement Laws and other financial laws and also would not ensure that proper records are kept for every financial transactions that they enter into.This for them, would also ensure their backs are covered and there are no traces of the illegality being perpetrated.Litina Travels and Tours emerged winners after both technical and financial evaluation was done for airlifting of athletes to Congo based on strict procurement procedures by the Procurement Subcommittee in 2015.However the Moys unilaterally awarded the contract to African Origin Travel and Tours. Litina and Tours took the case to court and the NSA has been slapped with a court judgement of $380,000.00 and another GHC 45,000.00.All efforts to get the MoYS to come to the aid of NSA has fallen on deaf ears.An effective Internal Audit Unit is one of the key tools to a good public financial management system. Public Financial Management Experts have said that an effective Internal Audit Unit is the antidote to fighting corruption and avoiding  waste and unnecessary debt.Therefore the recommendations, views and opinions of the Internal Audit Unit of the Ministry must be respected in every financial transaction at the Ministry as required by the Internal Audit Agency Act 2002.The GIFMIS (Government integrated Financial Management Information System) must be allowed to work for the purpose of budgeting, budget implementation, disbursements of funds to the agencies and financial reporting. The use of the GIFMIS platform for processing and payments of financial transactions at the MDAs and MMDAS ensures that Ministries and Agencies spend within their budgetary allocations. The continuous overrun of budget at the Moys is because the Ministry does not use the Oracle application ( GIFMIS) for budgeting, processing payments and financial reporting. Currently the MOYS does not process invoices and payments through the GIFMIS platform.This is a Ministry that goes for the Sector Budget from the Ministry of Finance and spends it the way it pleases. This is financial indiscipline.The next point is that the MoYS must allow its legally established agencies to work and to deliver on their mandate. The MoYS must be content with policy formulations whiles the NSA and the other agencies deal with the issue of implementation of sports policies.Why should Ministers in the past be signing contracts that affect directly the work of the NSA and the other agencies. For instance, why should the MoYS sign contracts with companies like Green Grass Technology for the maintenance of pitches, Zoom Lion for Janitorial Services.Apple Health Lifestyle for the supply of Gym Equipment for the stadia across the country, African Origin Travel for airlifting services and without following proper procurement procedures, Magnum Force Security for providing security services at the stadia when the Ministry does not even have the capacity to supervise performance of those contracts. Is it because these contracts are very juicy and extremely rewarding to some officers than their whole life salaries can provide?A good public financial management system uses segregation of duties as one of it’s key weapons to fighting the issue of corruption.If the Ministry could formulate policies, award contracts at the Ministry and deal with suppliers directly even for services which are rendered at the agency level and make payments at the Ministry, then the issue of segregation of duties is not being adhered and complied with.As a directive principle of state policy, Ministries are supposed to formulate policies whiles the agencies implement same. Ministries are not supposed to be implementers at the agencies. This principle ensures that there are checks and balances. It is also against the directive principle of state policy for a Ministry to spend the budgetary allocations of it’s agencies for a whole year whiles the agencies suffer and the Ministries overrun their budget at the Ministry.I am very disappointed that a Ministry that is supposed to champion the cause of sports promotion and development has metamorphosed into a Ministry of Bermuda Triangle, causing the disappearance of funds earmarked by government for sports promotion and development in this country. Have they wondered what the budgetary allocation of ghc2m for last year if it had been given to the NSA, could have done in the area of support for the federations or training of coaches or the maintenance of the Sports Stadia.That notwithstanding, I am also very happy that Honorable Isaac Asiamah the Minister for Youth and Sports, has indicated that he would ensure that the agencies under the Ministry of Youth and Sports are given the needed financial support based on their approved budget for them to deliver on their mandate.By this we hope that budgetary allocations for stadia maintenance and rehabilitations, training of coaches, and support for federations would be forthcoming.Again Honourable Asiamah must be courageous enough and inexorable in this mission to purge the Moys of any corrupt officials whose act of financial indiscipline and abuse of office has created this huge debt on the shoulders of NSA and crippled its activities. Honorable must do a proper house cleaning of all the filth and dirt at the Moys. This would serve as a deterrent to any officer appointed at the Ministry in future from indulging himself or herself in such acts of financial indiscipline. Honorable Asiamah must put his foot down and keep his eyes and ears widely opened and work hard to ensure that the veil of financial indiscipline upon the moys is lifted permanently so that the good name of the Moys would be restored. We are waiting for a new paradigm shift and believing and hoping that the era of financial indiscipline at the Ministry of Youth and Sports shall be a thing of the past.God Bless our homeland Ghana and make our nation especially sports lovers, greater and stronger.By: Kwame Larweh with additional files from NSAlast_img read more

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ALL-IRELAND MINOR FOOTBALL FINAL: DONEGAL PUTTING IT UP TO KERRY

first_imgDonegal fans on Hill 16 for today’s double header against Kerry.Donegal 0-06 Kerry 0-08Donegal trail Kerry by two points at half time in the All-Ireland Minor Football Final at Croke Park on a scoreline of 0-08 to 0-06.Donegal, making their first ever appearance in a minor final, took an early lead against the favourites when Brennan tapped over the first point of the game. The Kingdom hit back with two points to lead by a single score after five minutes but Declan Bonner’s youngsters bounced back and led by 0-03 to 0-02 when McGonagle put over the bar from 50 metres.After keeper Shane Ryan reacted brilliantly to deny a Donegal goal, Kerry put over two unanswered points to lead by 0-05 to 0-03 after 15 minutes.Both sides exchanged points to keep two between at the break.     ALL-IRELAND MINOR FOOTBALL FINAL: DONEGAL PUTTING IT UP TO KERRY was last modified: September 21st, 2014 by johngerardShare 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:allcrokedonegalfintalFootballIrelandKerryparklast_img read more

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49ers report card: Why five turnovers didn’t ruin perfect record

first_imgClick here if you’re unable to view the video or photo gallery on your mobile device.CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the video on a mobile deviceSANTA CLARA – Here is how the still-undefeated 49ers (3-0) rallied past the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers (3-0) in Sunday’s 24-20, home-opening win: PASS OFFENSE: BSan Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (10) gets hit by Pittsburgh Steelers’ Bud Dupree (48) after releasing the ball in the first quarter of their game …last_img read more

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SA judge heads UN racism review

first_imgJody Kollapen (right), listens intently as Judge Navanethem Pillay addresses human rights activists during a special briefing on the Durban Review Conference. (Image: Khanyi Magubane)Khanyi MagubaneSouth African judge Navanethem Pillay, the newly appointed United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, is serious about upholding human rights.On Friday Pillay – who is based in Geneva for the duration of her term – visited the South African Human Rights Commission, on the invitation of commission chair Jody Kollapen. There she met with some of the country’s leading human rights groups, and spoke passionately about the upcoming Durban Review Conference, due to take place in Geneva on 20 to 24 April this year.“We have a shared commitment to take part in the human rights agenda, and during the Durban Review Conference, we will be looking at what the countries who attended the racism conference eight years ago did to implement the decisions taken at that conference,” she said.The Durban Review conference will assess the implementation of the resolutions adopted during the 2001 UN World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance in Durban. It was attended by over 10 000 people from across the world.The conference ended with the adoption of the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action (DDPA), which gave recommendations on how to combat racism and racial discrimination.In 2006, the UN General Assembly decided to convene a review conference, in which the DDPA would convene again in 2009.Pillay’s department, the Human Rights Council, was mandated to spearhead this programme.The UN has since convened three plenary sessions in preparation for the upcoming conferenceThe first Substantive Session of the Preparatory Committee for the Durban Review Conference met in Geneva in May 2008, the second took place in October and the third is scheduled for mid-April, just before the start of the main conference.During the sessions, several NGOs were given an opportunity to give their input into the draft outcomes documents that will be used as a guide for all of those attending the conference.In a 23 January letter to the NGO Civicus, Pillay stressed the importance of having all countries in the world attend the conference. This was shortly after Canada announced it would be withdrawing from the round table.“I grew up in Durban, South Africa, under a system of apartheid that institutionalised racial discrimination, denying equal rights of citizenship to all those who were not white,” Pillay wrote.In the letter, Pillay recalled how painful it was when she later served as a judge on the Rwanda Tribunal on genocide, where once again it was evident how discrimination – by race or tribe – could cripple a society,“I came to know in painful detail, killing by killing, the unimaginable destruction of humanity when ethnic hatred explodes into genocide. I know that the consequences of allowing discrimination, inequality and intolerance to fester and spiral out of control can be genocidal.”At the 2001 conference, Israel and the US walked out of the conference after Israel’s policy on the Palestinians was likened to apartheid. Canada decided to pull out of the 2009 review conference, saying the meeting “would likely degenerate into … expressions of intolerance and anti-Semitism”.Born into lawNavanethem Pillay is considered a pioneer among South Africa’s legal fraternity.Born in 1941, she holds a BA and a LLB from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal.She also has a Master of Law degree and a Doctorate of Juridical Science from Harvard University.Her career started in KwaZulu-Natal, where she was the first woman to practise law in the province in 1967.She represented many anti-apartheid activists, many times exposing the torture her clients had suffered at the hands of apartheid police.Pillay is also credited as one of the few lawyers who played a pivotal role in fighting for key prisoner’s rights on Robben Island, where many activists were incarcerated.Pillay also lectured at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, and was later appointed vice-president of the then-University of Durban Westville (now incorporated into University of KwaZulu-Natal).In 1995, she was appointed a high court judge and, in the same year, was asked to serve on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. She held the latter post for eight years, four of them as tribunal president.In 2003 she was appointed as a judge on the International Criminal Court in The Hague, where she remained until August 2008.The following month, she started her new job as the UN high commissioner for Human Rights.Pillay has also played a fundamental role in fighting for women’s rights. As a member of the Women’s National Coalition, she contributed to the inclusion of an equality clause in South Africa’s Constitution, considered one of the most enlightened in the world.The clause prohibits any discrimination on grounds of race, religion and sexual orientation.She is also a cofounder of Equality Now, an international women’s rights organisation, and has been involved with other organisations working on issues relating to children, detainees, victims of torture and of domestic violence, and a range of economic, social and cultural rights.Do you have queries or comments about this article? Email Khanyi Magubane at [email protected] articlesSA judge UN Human Rights headSA’s women power aheadGoldstone to get MacArthur prizeUseful linksUN Human Rights CouncilSouth African Human Rights CommissionCivicusAmnesty InternationalLawyers for Human Rightslast_img read more

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Shoulder CT scan

first_imgDefinitionA computed tomography (CT) scan of the shoulder is an imaging method that uses x-rays to create cross-sectional pictures of the shoulder.Alternative NamesCAT scan – shoulder; Computed axial tomography scan – shoulder; Computed tomography scan – shoulder; CT scan – shoulderHow the test is performedYou will be asked to lie on a narrow table that slides into the center of the CT scanner.Once you are inside the scanner, the machines x-ray beam rotates around you. (Modern “spiral” scanners can perform the exam without stopping.)A computer creates separate images of the shoulder area, called slices. These images can be stored, viewed on a monitor, or printed on film. Three-dimensional models of the shoulder area can be created by adding the slices together.You must be still during the exam, because movement causes blurred images. You may be told to hold your breath for short periods of time.The scan should take only 10-15 minutes.How to prepare for the testCertain exams require a special dye, called contrast, to be delivered into the body before the test starts. Contrast helps certain areas show up better on the x-rays.Contrast can be given through a vein (IV) in your hand or forearm. If contrast is used, you may also be asked not to eat or drink anything for 4-6 hours before the test.Let your doctor know if you have ever had a reaction to contrast. You may need to take medications before the test in order to safely receive this substance.Before receiving the contrast, tell your health care provider if you take the diabetes medication metformin (Glucophage) because you may need to take extra precautions.If you weigh more than 300 pounds, find out if the CT machine has a weight limit. Too much weight can cause damage to the scanners working parts.advertisementYou will be asked to remove jewelry and wear a hospital gown during the study.How the test will feelSome people may have discomfort from lying on the hard table.Contrast given through an IV may cause a slight burning sensation, a metallic taste in the mouth, and a warm flushing of the body. These sensations are normal and usually go away within a few seconds.Why the test is performedCT rapidly creates detailed pictures of the shoulder. The test may help diagnose or detect:A dislocation, fracture, or other shoulder injuryEvaluate the soft tissue such as rotator cuff tendonsAbscess or infectionThe cause of pain or other problems in the shoulder joint when MRI cannot be doneMasses and tumors, including cancerThis test may also help guide a surgeon to the right area during a biopsy in the shoulder area.Normal ValuesResults are considered normal if the shoulder being examined is normal in appearance.What abnormal results meanAbnormal results may be due to:Abscess (collection of pus)Bone tumors or cancerDislocated shoulderShoulder fractureWhat the risks areRisks of CT scans include:Being exposed to radiationAllergic reaction to contrast dyeCT scans do expose you to more radiation than regular x-rays. Having many x-rays or CT scans over time may increase your risk for cancer. However, the risk from any one scan is small. You and your doctor should weigh this risk against the benefits of getting a correct diagnosis for a medical problem.Some people have allergies to contrast dye. Let your doctor know if you have ever had an allergic reaction to injected contrast dye.The most common type of contrast given into a vein contains iodine. If a person with an iodine allergy is given this type of contrast, nausea or vomiting, sneezing, itching, or hives may occur.If you absolutely must be given such contrast, your doctor may give you antihistamines (such as Benadryl) or steroids before the test.The kidneys help remove iodine out of the body. Those with kidney disease or diabetes may need to receive extra fluids after the test to help flush the iodine out of the body.Rarely, the dye may cause a life-threatening allergic response called anaphylaxis. If you have any trouble breathing during the test, you should notify the scanner operator immediately. Scanners come with an intercom and speakers, so the operator can hear you at all times.ReferencesDeLee JC, Drez D Jr, Miller MD, eds. DeLee and Drez?s Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. 3rd ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier; 2009:chap 17.Perez EA. Fractures of the Shoulder, Arm, and Forearm. In: Canale ST, Beaty JH. Campbells Operative Orthopaedics. 12th ed. Philadelphia, Pa:Mosby Elsevier;2012:chap 57. advertisementGrainger RG, Thomsen HS, Morcos SK, Koh DM, Roditi G. Intravascular contrast media for radiology, CT, and MRI. In: Adam A, Dixon AK, eds. Grainger & Allisons Diagnostic Radiology: A Textbook of Medical Imaging. 5th ed. New York, NY: Churchill Livingstone; 2008:chap 2.Shaw AS, Dixon AK. Multidetector computed tomography. In: Adam A, Dixon AK, eds. Grainger & Allisons Diagnostic Radiology: A Textbook of Medical Imaging. 5th ed. New York, NY: Churchill Livingstone; 2008:chap 4.Review Date:1/17/2013Reviewed By:C. Benjamin Ma, MD, Assistant Professor, Chief, Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Also reviewed by A.D.A.M. Health Solutions, Ebix, Inc., Editorial Team: David Zieve, MD, MHA, David R. Eltz, Bethanne Black, Stephanie Slon, and Nissi Wang.last_img read more

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10 months agoDONE DEAL: Northampton sign Brighton fullback George Cox

first_imgDONE DEAL: Northampton sign Brighton fullback George Coxby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveNorthampton Town have signed Brighton’s George Cox on loan for the rest of the season after the left-back’s recovery from heart surgery.The 20-year-old – who is yet to play for Brighton’s first team – had an operation last summer after screening found he had an irregular heartbeat.Cox has since returned to playing and training with their under-23 side.”He has a lot of talent and ability and he needs to be out playing senior football,” said Town boss Keith Curle. TagsTransfersLoan MarketAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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