“When you match quality with mentality, you become unstoppable.”City now need a maximum of four wins from their last nine league games to seal the title and even manager Pep Guardiola admitted he is surprised by the extent of City’s dominance. And the Italian’s negative approach came under scrutiny after the visitors failed to register a shot on target after he again opted to start without a recognised centre-forward by leaving Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud on the bench.“Today they showed the difference between them and us in this moment,” said Conte.“Twenty-five points is a big gap and I think that we can have a regret for the other games but not for this one.“The effort of the players was an important effort. When you play against Manchester City, this type of team, they are showing fantastic quality but also fantastic mentality. Manchester, United Kingdom | AFP | Chelsea manager Antonio Conte conceded his side were powerless against an “unstoppable” Manchester City who opened up an 18-point Premier League lead with a 1-0 home win on Sunday.Bernardo Silva scored the only goal of the match 35 seconds into the second half at the Etihad Stadium when he prodded home at the back post from David Silva’s low cross.Chelsea’s fourth defeat in five league games left Antonio Conte’s reigning English title-holders five points adrift of the top four. “No way. Who could believe it?” Guardiola said of his side amassing 78 points from 29 games. “I think if you ask the players, the players neither.”Guardiola celebrated wildly at the full-time whistle as he senses his first Premier League title is now a matter of weeks away.And he hailed his players’ relentlessness not to let up despite their mammoth lead.“I think we made an amazing performance because (it) is against Chelsea, the last champion.“We were aggressive, we had desire, we had commitment to show we want to do it again and again, and that’s why we won.”Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2
Submitted by Hoddle & AssociatesRun with a Soldier honors service men and women and was conceived and planned by Olympia native Brian Hoddle.November 8 and 9, 2014 has been declared National Run with A Soldier Day in America, by USA Track and Field, the national governing body for track and field, running and race walking in America. Locally, The Evergreen State College has decided to host a 5K on November 9, 2014 on their Olympia, campus where the public can run/walk right along with soldiers who are active or retired. This is a great event to show our support for our military men and women locally and is just 1 months away. Click here for more information. Bryan Hoddle of Olympia, a Tenino Middle School Teacher, having taught 33 years in the State of Washington, is spearheading the effort as the National Chairman to bring this event, to not only the Olympia area, but also nationwide. Bryan was the 2004 Head Coach for the USA Paralympic Track and Field Team, a 2013 Runners World Hero of the Year and he was also honored by the Washington State House of Representatives on February 11, 2014 for his work with disabled athletes and soldiers returning from combat in the Middle East. He currently serves as Vice Chair for the Invictus Foundation, a foundation to help heal the invisible wounds of war. He has traveled back east 15 times helping our wounded men and women.Our soldiers need our help. Estimates say there are over 350,000 soldiers coming back from Iraq and Afghanistan alone with some form of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), not to mention the soldiers returning as amputees, blind, or paralyzed as well as soldiers dealing with PTSD. We need to be proactive in whatever way we can to help our heroes. Run with a Soldier Day is one huge way to help our soldiers and anyone can join in.For more information contact Cherie Mortensen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812.360.6533. Or visit Bryan’s web page here. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0
CardsReferee: David Medié JiménezVAR Referee: Alfonso Javier Álvarez IzquierdoCap (12 ‘, Yellow) Unai López (18 ‘, Yellow) Nestor Araújo (22 ‘, Yellow) Yuri (26 ‘, Yellow) White Ruben (72 ‘, Yellow) Íñigo Martínez (82 ‘, Yellow) Kevin Vázquez (92 ‘, Yellow Garitano wanted to intervene and changed the drawing in 66, with Muniain on the left and Williams between the band and another tip, to agglutinate inside and unload outside. But the anxiety did not stop. A center of Muniain by the band hit Beltrán’s arm, half turned, in one of those usual plays in football. Penalty scored by Raúl García (sixth goal this year, fourth from 11 meters). Villalibre, again with minutes to claim, launched a mincemeat before Sergio but Aidoo took it out and in 94 Raúl García wanted to trace exactly the same postcard as Aduriz before Barça: a Capa and Chilean center in the same sector as the Donostiarra, But he did not achieve his purpose. In this football it is not worth deserving to win the points, you have to bring down the other boxer. Celta was sent a notice from Palma a few hours before appearing in San Mamés. Mallorca strolled surprisingly against Valencia on his island and ceded his place in the wagon of those condemned to the descent. How to assume that tremor? Well, enduring as you can with a Eurocopa goalkeeper, leaving the tackle in the hands of Rafinha and taking advantage of the little that was put to shot. Athletic was a whirlwind of occasions and rhythm (it had three marches more than the enemy), stripped to very inconsistent sides, but as it was failed by that wall called Sergio, he became overexcited and wanted to score the second goal of the comeback without Do the first. They did not chew the game enough, they became excessively vertical and only took one point. Lions have gotten stuck with four straight draws that make them add up, but distance them from the European goal.The lions began with the usual verve and authority, and only found a Vigo snort. Garitano gave the attack on the left to Ibai, who had been thinking about his possible exit to Espanyol all week. They have all fallen down that shore: Muniain, Córdoba, until Yuri in some afternoon … There are no candidates and it’s time. He was collecting a few centers on that side that put the pupils of Óscar García Junyent in evidence. Muniain is a capital player for his coach and, even with no more rhythm than half an hour in the Cup against a Third, he lay down in the midpoint, with Williams on the right and Raúl García in the nine, that is, the usual roles. Murillo, back to LaLiga, almost got into his own door and Muniain had a header but he didn’t know how to hit. The monologue only broke sporadically with a Celtic who tried to deal with the storm.Finally Aspas appeared that attracts rivals and ends up filtering goal passes like nobody else. On the second, he focused on Rafinha, who in the front of the area fired a shot that touched Yeray and was poisoned in such a way that Herrerín could not even reach it. The lions were too excited, messy, as if they lived in the 88th minute, when they were half an hour away from looking for the comeback. There were several phases with rifirrafes and entries that the referee discontinued as deserving of a card. Yuri and Raul were upset, cursing the floor, kicking the ball … that seemed to house a spicy overflow. Goals0-1, 55 ‘: Rafinha, 1-1, 75 ‘: Raul Garcia ChangesVillalibre (66 ‘, Ibai Gómez), Cheikh paper (67 ‘, Santi Mina), Denis Suarez (78 ‘, Rafinha), Lekue (81 ‘, Williams), Joseph Aidoo (87 ‘, Brais)
Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ “My boss is always willing to help especially if it’s a sport program. He’ll be quick to lend support once he sees the plan.”Chua added that members of UST’s alumni relations talked to him during the UAAP season if he can lend a hand to the Growling Tigers, but no formal negotiations have taken place between Chua and the school.But the UST alum added that he won’t be returning to coaching despite how tumultuous the situation in España.UST still doesn’t have a head coach after Boy Sablan’s exit, but rumors say De La Salle mentor Aldin Ayo will switch from the green-and-white to the black-and-gold.No matter what happens, though, it will never be Chua at helm. ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours “Will I coach again? I haven’t coach for a while and I don’t even have a plan to return here in the PBA,” said Chua who coached Pop Cola, Tanduay, Sta. Lucia, and Ginebra. “Coaching’s hard because there are only two kinds of coaches, the ones who are fired and the ones who will get fired.”“For sure, I won’t coach UST but I’m willing to help in any way. If UST needs our help, why not? That’s where I came from, it hurts that it’s in this situation.” Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Alfrancis Chua. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netUniversity of Santo Tomas may just get a major boost, if former Glowing Goldy Alfrancis Chua gets his way.Chua, the sports director of San Miguel Corporation, said he’s “willing to help” his alma mater rise from the dirge it got itself into in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament.ADVERTISEMENT “I am willing to help, whatever contribution I can give I will give as long as we can hear that ‘Go USTe!’ chant once more,” said Chua in Filipino Wednesday at Okada Manila after the press conference for the 43rd season of the PBA.“Now you won’t even hear the ‘Go USTe!’ chant.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkChua said the funding will come from the coffers of San Miguel Corporation with CEO Ramon Ang willing to lend support for the Growling Tigers, a team that finished 1-13 in Season 80.“With my boss RSA, if I talk to him to help my alma mater, he’ll help for sure,” said Chua who handles all three San Miguel teams in the PBA and Petron in the Philippine Super Liga. Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson View comments ABL: Alab falters late, falls to HK Eastern anew OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set
Phoenix rose to 7-3 and will go for a sure twice-to-beat privilege in the quarterfinals on Nov. 4 when the Fuel Masters slug it out with Blackwater at Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao.And coach Louie Alas isn’t exactly thrilled at the way his charges pulled this one off.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“I don’t think they played with the right attitude out there,” Alas said in Filipino after practically recalling all of his starters to the bench out of frustration in the third and letting his second unit do the catching up.“They might have thought that they could win this game through a shootout and not on the defensive end,” he said. View comments Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title PBA IMAGESPhoenix Petroleum worked itself out of a long stretch of bad plays in the second half to pull off a 103-97 win over Rain or Shine Wednesday as the Fuel Masters scheduled their biggest game thus far in franchise history.Blowing early command to trail by as big as 16 in the third quarter because of sloppy execution and horrid free throw shooting, the Fuel Masters got it all working together at the right time with Calvin Abueva and LA Revilla at the firing end to put the Elasto Painters away at Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay.ADVERTISEMENT Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES As things stand, mighty San Miguel Beer, which thwarted NorthPort in the second game, 114-107, behind 21 points and 22 rebounds from Christian Standhardinger, is making a last ditch attempt at a top four berth.If Blackwater, which is at 6-3, wins its match on Saturday against Columbian in Laguna, whoever wins the Nov. 4 game will be guaranteed a quarterfinal bonus.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? BanKo Perlas whips Iriga-Navy Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award PLAY LIST 01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown MOST READ Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Eugene Phelps didn’t have a particularly prolific offensive night, finishing with just 18. But he had 20 rebounds and he got a lot of support from Abueva, who topped off a similar 18-point outing with a driving short stab that helped take the pressure off Phoenix in the final minute.Revilla hit the biggest bucket at the crunch for the Fuel Masters, connecting on a triple from the right corner after being set up by Phelps for 98-93. He finished with 13 points.But all of Phoenix’s hard work in this game could go for naught if it doesn’t take care of business two Sundays from now, as the Elite will definitely prove to be tougher customers with Blackwater also in the running for a berth in the top four.“That will be a big game for us,” said Alas, who is hoping to spice up his first playoff appearance for this franchise with the playoff bonus.Rain or Shine played its fifth game in 12 nights and lost for the third straight game, bowing out of the playoff race but not after laying everything on the line and almost pulling this one off.ADVERTISEMENT Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew
A US$64 health center built by the BAO-Chinese Iron Ore Exploration Company, (BAO-CHICO) was turned over to Gomgbeya Chiefdom last Tuesday in Gbarpolu County.The facility, located in Gokala, capital of Gomgbeya Chiefdom, contains offices, a maternal healthcare center, Out Patient Department and a dispensary.BAO-Chico Country Representative John Zhang, known in the community as John Jallah, recalled the difficulties at the beginning of the company’s exploration process in the chiefdom, and stated that with the support of traditional leaders and other stakeholders, the company achieved its objective.He paid special tribute to the elders and zoes and particularly to the memory of the late paramount chief of Gomgbeya Chiefdom, Jallah Lone, for supporting the company’s presence in the chiefdom.Zhang disclosed that the late paramount chief received BAO-Chico in Gomgbeya with open arms and stood by the company until it gained ground in the chiefdom.He used the occasion to commend President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for encouraging Liberia to form a partnership with China (PRC) that is geared toward mutual understanding and cooperation between the two countries.On behalf of the government, Mr. Paul Kinba, Assistant Gbarpolu County Superintendent for Development, described the health center as a dream come true at a time when the people desperately need it.He urged BAO-Chico to fence the facility and bring in Chinese doctors to work hand in hand with the Liberian government to ensure that the healthcare needs of the people are met.The construction of the center came as a result of an agreement reached between Gomgbeya Citizens Committee and BAO-Chico to use a portion of its Social Development Fund to build a healthcare center for the chiefdom.For his part Gbarpolu County Senator, Pro Tempore Armah Jallah, who spoke through a proxy, described BAO-Chico as a partner in his county’s reconstruction.He said BAO-Chico’s funding of the health center has demonstrated the company’s willingness to give back to the community in which it operates.He lauded the company for its continued support to the development of Gomgbeya Chiefdom through the construction of roads, bridges and the provision of social services to the people.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Stockfeeds Limited saga…questions ‘lost’ profits from entity despite growthThe Parliamentary Opposition – People’s Progressive Party – has called out Guyana Stockfeeds (GSL) Limited in what it says is a scheme to con the State of its rightful share of revenue.According to the party here have been instances where GSL, whose principal shareholder is businessman Robert Badal, bought over assets for companies owned by Badal himself. Here the Party pointed to National Edible Oil and FatsOpposition Leader Bharrat JagdeoIncorporated (NEOFI).“When NEOFI, an edible oil company, solely owned by Badal ran into financial trouble, it had Guyana Stockfeeds (Guyana) buy over the assets of NEOFI thus bailing out this company owned 100 per cent by Badal,” the Party related.The PPP contends that the Popeyes franchise, once owned by Badal, was sold to Stockfeeds Limited’s local branch. But according to the PPP, the deal was later flipped and GSL was left with little to show for it. The Party stated that while there has been significant growth of GSL, the profits of the company tell another story.“When Popeye’s was later sold at a handsome profit, instead of the profit going to GSL, Badal reversed the sale from GSL, and concluded the sale in his own name for his own benefit, thus depriving GSL of the gain,” the Party stated in its release.“Under Mr Badal’s leadership, despite significant growth and new investments that saw GSL revenue grow by multiples over the last 20 years since privatisation, the profits of GSL did not reflect this same growth. Instead margins shrunk, and costs escalated. A comparison of imported material prices from related companies show that the cost of inputs paid by GSL were higher than that paid by competitors.”According to the PPP, these actions shortchanged the State of taxes and the minority shareholders of profits. The Party, therefore, questioned where these “lost” profits were going and whether they were being enjoyed by other companies.It is in fact the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL) that is expected to collect dividends from its shares in Guyana Stockfeeds Limited (GSL). The company, whose majority shareholders are private, still has to pay the requisite taxes.Guyana Stock Feeds IncThe Guyana Stock Feeds Inc (GSFI) was established in 1960, with the main purpose of supplying animal feed to Guyana’s livestock sector. In 1975, the then Government nationalised the GSFI and thus it stayed until 1998 when it was put back into private hands.At the time, the State brought in a strategic partner to reorganise the business, which was losing market share to imported feeds. Today, after an initial consolidation period under new management, new rebranded Guyana Stockfeeds Limited is a conglomerate with interests in the livestock, rice, and edible oil sectors. The enterprise itself is located in an industrial park at Farm, East Bank Demerara.But NICIL’s time as a shareholder in the GSL has not been a smooth ride, withGuyana Stockfeeds at Farm EBDrepeated clashes over the years with principal shareholder Badal, who also owns the Pegasus Hotel. In fact, NICIL once took the GSL to court and obtained an injunction against the enterprise.Those issues recently gained new life in the public eye after questions were raised by Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo about the Government’s failure to approach the Caribbean Court of Justice after the Appeals Court overturned the restoration of Government’s 38 per cent shares in GSL. The decision would favour Badal, a known supporter of the coalition Government, while relegating the State to just seven per cent in shares.In response, Badal was reported in sections of the press referencing hearsay that Jagdeo had threatened the initial judge to restore the shares and that “after I realised what happened, I appealed the decision and late last year the appeal court reversed that decision”.
Royal finished the season with a 9-2 dual meet record. Laguna Hills went on to beat North 53-12 in the title match. “Some of our guys were starstruck going against the No. 1 seed,” Carrillo said. “That happens in tournaments all the time. Teams see they’re the top seed so they must be the champions. That’s something that changes with maturity to realize we have to wrestle everyone like they are the No. 1 seed. We handed it to them before they earned it.” Royal is accustomed to coming into championship dual meets as the favorite, but that changed when the school was moved up to Div. II after winning the Div. V dual-meet title last season. “This goes to show that we’re not invisible,” said Paul Moomjean, Royal’s assistant coach. “We can’t be too hard on ourselves. They’re a team with 11 returners and six CIF placers.” The Highlanders only other loss came against Marmonte League rival Agoura last month. TORRANCE – The Royal of Simi Valley wrestling team huddled behind the scorer’s table Saturday night in an attempt to regain composure. The Highlanders had started flat and already lost two of their first three matches in the semifinal round of the Div. II dual meet championships at North High. “Our first loss was a wake up call,” said Kevin Dunn, who won his 125-pound match against Laguna Hills’ Max Nishimura. “This one shows we can still grow as a team.” The pep talk early in the meet sparked Matt Rulon, and he gave the Highlanders a bit of confidence when he beat Tim Weber, the Hawks’ 189-pounder. “(Weber) had pinned me really quick in a tournament earlier this year, so I was kind of worried about that,” Rulon said. “But our coach and one of our teammates (Ryan Brown) gave a good speech, and that got me going to beat him.” Marmonte League rival Thousand Oaks reached the quarterfinal round, in which it was eliminated by North. The Langers beat Rancho Cucamonga, the No. 7-ranked team in Div.II, 42-32 in the first round. “We came in here knowing we would have a tough time against some of these teams,” Thousand Oaks coach Kerry Lyne said. “But it served as practice for some of our guys and to get them ready for next week.” Crespi falls in first round: Crespi of Encino lost to Santiago of Garden Grove 45-30 in the first round of the Southern Section Division VI playoffs in Wildomar. ivan.orozco@daily news.com (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Recognizing the blank stares from the team bench as another Highlander appeared about to go down to defeat, coach Richard Carrillo called for a mid match meeting. It didn’t help. The Highlanders lost 11 of 14 weight divisions, nine by way of pin, and were kept from making a run at a second-consecutive CIF dual-meet title, losing 63-9 to top-ranked Laguna Hills.
A deceased multi-millionaire Donegal businessman would not be happy if he could see his children fighting over his €250M estate, a court has been told.The family of the late Donegal Person of the Year, Hugh Green are back in court in New Zealand as part of a long-running courtroom battle between his three adult children over his will. Mr Green left his native Donegal in 1951, aged just 19, and was penniless but went on to build a massive fortune through farming and land deals.He died of cancer in 2012 aged 80 years leaving an estate of $400M (NZD).Now, three Court of Appeal judges in New Zealand have been asked to overturn a finding that Green’s last will, from April 2012, should be set aside because it was made under undue influence of his eldest son, John.If the High Court judgment to set aside the will is allowed to stand, John Green’s sister Maryanne, who worked alongside her father for many years in the family business, would be the only family member still a trustee.Lawyer Mark O’Brien, QC, told the court “If Hugh was looking down on us, he would not be happy.”Attempts had been made to find a solution to the dispute, but nothing had emerged, O’Brien told the court.The president of the Court of Appeal, Justice Stephen Kos, said it would be a great shame if there was no dialogue.Lawyer Harry Waalkens, QC, said there was no quibbling with the High Court judge’s finding that Hugh Green was vulnerable when he made his last will, but the question was the degree to which he was susceptible to influence.His strength of character was a common theme of the evidence, and it beggared belief that he would have allowed anything that did not accord with his own wishes, Waalkens said.O’Brien said the dispute was not about the money for anyone involved.The appeal was brought because the wider family wanted Hugh Green’s wishes respected. He wanted a “fair bit” to go to charity, and for the family to keep the businesses.But he did not want Maryanne to be a trustee if she would not work with siblings John and Frances, O’Brien said.There were potentially 17 beneficiaries of the trusts.Kos said the trusts could be headed for a period of court supervision before being returned to family control when things had settled down.The hearing is expected to take several days.Hugh Green, was born in Raphoe but raised in Letterkenny, where he often returned in his later years to spend summer months.He was awarded the joint Donegal Person of the year in 2012 and often donated to local charities including a donation of €200,000 to Letterkenny General Hospital to have a training academy built there.The courtroom stand-off will undoubtedly have angered the multi-millionaire modern-day Robin Hood who gave much of his money away to charitable including many in Ireland.He had always kept his business affairs private and insisted that the family should stick together.Green was honoured for his contribution to New Zealand society with a Papal Knighthood and also received an honorary degree from University College Galway.In latter years Green would often return to Donegal to spend several weeks there in the summer months and showed no trappings of his huge wealth.He drove an old jeep and would often get his wife Moira to darn his socks and mend his clothes.Deceased millionaire would not be happy about family row over estate was last modified: July 26th, 2016 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:donegalHugh GreenmillionaireNew Zealand
A Donegal man is selling his Gortahork home and throwing in his vintage Rolls Royce for a quick sale!The car, worth more than, €20,000, is a 1985 Rolls Royce Silver Spirit and belongs to Candan Adolphe.The six bedroom house is on the market for a very reasonable €170,000 having already been reduced by €10,000 in the past six months. Candan admits that he has had the house on the market for a number of months but has had no success.He says nobody seems to want to buy a house and thinks the ‘Roller’ might be a quirky incentive.YOU GOTTA ‘ROLLER’ WITH IT SAYS HOUSE-SELLER was last modified: December 15th, 2011 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:gortahorkROLLS ROYCE