I Tatti Council founding member Melvin R. Seiden died suddenly on Jan. 14. Council chairman from 1984 until 1989, Seiden was an integral member and an untiring supporter of the I Tatti family, and was honorary curator of visual arts in the Harvard College Library.Seiden was educated at Harvard University (A.B. ’52, LL.B. ’55) where he was inspired by the life of Paul J. Sachs, who became associate director of the Fogg Art Museum after a successful career at Goldman Sachs. With his unflagging enthusiasm for education in the arts and humanities and his extraordinary generosity, Seiden established many funds at I Tatti: in the library in honor of people he admired, for preservation of the property, for conservation of the Berenson Art Collection and Fototeca, and for scholarly programs and publications.
Arsenal in competition with Barcelona over the signature of AS Nancy teenager Bilel Hassaini France youth international Bilel Hassaini is on Arsenal’s radar (Picture: Getty)A report from Foot Mercato last week stated that Arsenal would be looking to integrate Hassaini into their U23 team initially rather than into the first-team squad. Crystal Palace are also in the market for the youngster and could offer him a quicker route to first-team football.AdvertisementAdvertisementMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityUnai Emery is on the market for cheap reinforcements this summer having been given a meagre transfer budget of between £40-45m and signing a highly sought-after young player for a small fee would be in line with the club’s current financial situation.Arsenal have been linked with a number of young French players this summer including PSG defender Presnel Kimpembe, Saint-Etienne’s William Saliba and Dortmund’s Dan-Axel Zagadou.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Comment Unai Emery is on the lookout for reinforcements this summer (Picture: Getty)Arsenal are competing with Barcelona over the signing of AS Nancy forward Bilel Hassaini after PSG dropped out of the running, according to Get French Football.The 18-year-old, who has been capped 11 times by France at U17 level, is available for transfer this summer as cash-strapped Nancy need to raise money to avoid relegation to National – the third-tier of French football.Hassaini had been in advanced discussions to join PSG, however, negotiations with the Ligue 1 champions have reached a dead end, resulting in Barcelona and Arsenal moving to the front of the queue to secure his services.Nancy would be entitled a compensation fee should Hassaini depart as he has refused to sign a professional contract with the club, meaning he is technically still a youth team player. PSG had been set to pay just €300,000 for him before talks collapsed.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 25 Jun 2019 12:23 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link201Shares
Patsy R. Lingle, 81 of Moores Hill passed away Saturday May 20, 2017 at Margaret Mary Health at Batesville. Patsy was born in Herrin, Illinois on Sunday June 23, 1935 to Logan and Verna (Emery) Carter. She married Fred Lingle who survives. She graduated from Southern Illinois University and became a first grade teacher in Williamson County Illinois. She was a substitute teacher for Moores Hill elementary and South Dearborn Schools for several years. Later she worked for Paradyne Insurance Company in Cincinnati as a processor. Patsy was a member of the Moores Hill Church of Christ.Patsy is survived by husband: Fred Lingle of Moores Hill; son: Logan (Melinda) Lingle of Milan; daughter: Laurel (Ryan) Pepperworth of Indianapolis. 5 grandchildren: Cassandra and Alicia Billingsley; Zoey Pepperworth, Derek King-Morrison, Aaron King-Brackman.Services will be at 6:30PM Thursday May 25, 2017 at Moores Hill Church of Christ 13567 State Road 350 Moores Hill, IN 47032 with Tito Pel officiating. Memorials may be made to Moores Hill Church of Christ. Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home assisted the family on planning their arrangements. Go to www.sibbettmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
Ex-Manchester United boss José Mourinho has agreed a prison term in Spain for tax fraud but will not go to jail.A one-year prison sentence will instead be exchanged for a fine of €182,500 (£160,160). That will be added to a separate fine of €2m.Spain rarely enforces sentences of less than two years for non-violent or first-time offenders. He was accused of owing €3.3m to Spanish tax authorities from his time managing Real Madrid in 2011-2012.Prosecutors said he had created offshore companies to manage his image rights and hide the earnings from tax officials.Image rights cover the use of a person’s likeness, voice, signature and mannerisms – and can be very lucrative for footballers and managers.Mr Mourinho’s move to Manchester United in 2016 was even delayed after it emerged his previous team Chelsea owned the trademark to his name.Spanish prosecutors said that Mr Mourinho, a Portuguese national, had set up multiple business entities in the British Virgin Islands and elsewhere to manage his image rights.They argued that was designed to obscure his financial gain from such deals – and he left it undeclared in his tax statements after he moved to Spain.He is the latest high-profile football personality to strike a deal with Spanish authorities, which are pursuing a crackdown on tax evasion or fraud by the country’s many resident star playersn January, Cristiano Ronaldo accepted a fine of €18.8m and a suspended 23-month jail sentence, in a case which was also centred around tax owed on image rights.He was playing for Real Madrid at the time of the offence between 2010 and 2014 – the same team Mr Mourinho was managing at the time of his own tax violation.Unlike the Ronaldo case, Spanish media were not told about Tuesday’s hearing, so there was no crowd to meet the former Manchester United manager, who lost his job in December.star, Xabi Alonso, is also facing charges over alleged tax fraud amounting to about €2m, though he denies any wrongdoing.Marcelo Vieira, who still plays for the club, accepted a four-month suspended jail sentence last September over his use of foreign firms to handle almost half a million euros in earnings.Barcelona’s Lionel Messi and Neymar have also found themselves embroiled in legal battles with the Spanish tax authorities.As in many of the cases, Mr Mourinho’s deal which spared him from prison had been agreed in advance with tax officials.Mr Mourinho’s representatives have declined to comment.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Source: Daily Mail When asked if City got lucky with the decision, Mourinho added: ‘Maybe they got unlucky. Maybe they don’t deserve to be punished by one single pound and they were punished in eight or nine million pounds. Maybe they were unlucky.’CAS released their verdict on Monday morning, and said: ‘Most of the alleged breaches reported by the Adjudicatory Chamber of the CFCB (UEFA’S Club Financial Control Body) were either not established or time-barred. f Jose Mourinho has launched a blistering attack on the outcome of the Manchester City court case, claiming Financial Fair Play is now dead and that football might as well throw open the ‘circus door’.The Tottenham boss hit out at the verdict delivered on Monday by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to revoke a two-year ban from UEFA competitions but still fined City £9million for failing to cooperate.Mourinho was perplexed with why City were fined £9m if they were ‘not guilty’ before suggesting that if they were guilty, then their ban from UEFA’s European competitions should be upheld.“In any case it’s a disgraceful decision,” Mourinho said in his Tuesday press conference when asked about CAS’s verdict.“If Man City is not guilty of it, to be punished by some million is a disgrace, If you’re not guilty you’re not punished,” he continued.“In the other way, if you’re guilty you should be banned.“So it’s also a disgraceful decision, in any case, it’s a disaster,“If you’re not guilty, you don’t pay, I’m not saying Man City is guilty, I’m saying if you’re not guilty you don’t pay.”“You are not punished, even with a pound.“I know that money is quite easy for them but it’s just a principle.“Why are you paying eight or nine million pounds if you are not guilty?” he inquired.