Dragan Rosic will sign for Celta

first_img25 If you have a record with the first team in the southeast peninsula, In the Galician lands it is intended that they be done with the subsidiary to be able to play with Celta B, training, yes, with the first team. The agreement between the three parties is practically closed and in the next few hours it will become official. Although they have not transcended too many details about the operation, everything indicates that it will close in the form of a loan, since the UDA does not want to let it escape, since he considers him a young man (he is 22 years old) with projection.“The people of this club (Almeria) have told me that I have a future here, that I am patient because my time will come and that I can be the future goalkeeper of the club. When I have my chance I will prove my worth more”, Rosic told AS in mid-December. The Balkan participated in the last European Under-21 Championship, in which the Spanish team won, proof of the projection that is assumed. However, in Almeria has not entered any call to be Fernando and Rosic. In Vigo he seeks to take minutes in Group I of Second B, where Celta B is on the decline, and train with a First Division.Pedro Emanuel signs for Al AinPedro Emanuel, a technician from UD Almería already has a team: Al Ain, of the highest category in the United Arab Emirates, a team that played the 2018 World Cup final against Real Madrid (4-1). With the arrival of Emanuel, the team of the fourth largest city in the country seeks to reverse its situation in the table, which is now fifth, eight points behind the leader, Al-Alhi. The Luanda-born coach signed in early August for Almeria with the arrival of the sheikh, being dismissed on November 4, with the team in second position after six wins, as many draws and two losses. A run of eight games without winning took its toll. In its goal of revolutionizing Almeria and leaving its mark, the new red and white property signed players for all positions, including the goal despite the fact that it was already covered with René and Fernando. The sports management held talks with Fabrice Ondoa, but finally the one chosen was Dragan Rosic, from Mladost Lucani of his local league. However, the Serbian, who signed a five-season contract with the Almeria entity, has been the only member of the first team that has not debuted, and is already in Vigo to sign with Celta.last_img read more

Lost Chess Piece Found in Drawer Could Fetch 13M at Auction

first_img Mint-Condition Set of Pokemon Cards Sold For $107KRare, ‘Legendary’ 1894 Dime Could Fetch More Than $1 Million… Stay on target A long-lost chess piece missing for almost 200 years was unknowingly kept in a drawer by a family in Scotland, and now it could fetch up to $1.3 million in an upcoming auction.The chess piece was purchased for $6 (£5) by the family’s grandfather, an antiques dealer, in 1964. Stored in a drawer for 55 years, the piece could now fetch up to $1.3 million (£1 million) at auction after the late owner’s family took it to Sotheby’s auction house in London for assessment.Family members had no idea that the object — one of the 900-year-old Lewis Chessmen — is one of the most famous chess pieces in the world, and among the greatest artifacts of the Viking area.(Photo Credit: Tristan Fewings / Getty Images for Sotheby’s)The Lewis Chessmen are intricate, expressive chess pieces in the form of Norse warriors, carved from walrus ivory in the 12th century.A hoard of 93 chess figures was dug up on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides more than 180 years ago, but five pieces have been missing for years.The 3 1/2-inch (8.8-centimeter) piece, which will be auctioned July 2, the equivalent of a rook, is the first of the missing chessmen to be identified. It was passed down to the family of the antiques dealer, who did not realize its significance.The Lewis Chessmen are among the biggest draws at the British Museum and the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, according to BBC News. They are seen as an “important symbol of European civilization” and have inspired everything from children’s show Noggin The Nog to part of the plot in Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone.“My mother was very fond of the Chessman as she admired its intricacy and quirkiness,” the family, who wished to remain anonymous, said in a statement obtained by the BBC. “She believed that it was special and thought perhaps it could even have had some magical significance.”“For many years it resided in a drawer in her home where it had been carefully wrapped in a small bag. From time to time, she would remove the chess piece from the drawer in order to appreciate its uniqueness.”Sotheby’s expert Alexander Kader, who examined the piece for the family, said his “jaw dropped” when he realized what they had in their possession.The Lewis Chessmen set includes seated kings and queens, bishops, knights and standing warders and pawns. Some 82 pieces are now in the British Museum and 11 pieces held by the National Museum of Scotland.From the British Museum’s collection: Five of the Lewis Chessmen, ivory chess pieces from a collection of 93 found at Uig on the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. (Photo Credit: CM Dixon / Print Collector / Getty Images)Since the hoard was uncovered in 1831, one knight and four warders have been missing from the four combined chess sets.The newly-discovered piece is a warder, a man with helmet, shield and sword and the equivalent of a rook on a modern chess board, which “has immense character and power.”“There are still four out there somewhere. It might take another 150 years for another one to pop up,” Kader told the Independent.Kader estimates the warder could fetch up to $1.3 million (£1 million) when it goes up for auction next month at Sotheby’s. “We can safely say that a million pounds will transform the seller’s life.”He added: “There are still four out there somewhere. It might take another 150 years for another one to pop up.”More on Geek.com:Rare Apple-1 Computer Goes Up for Auction, Could Fetch Up to $650,000Instruction Manual Used for Apollo 11 Moon Landing Is Up for Auction‘Miracle’ Coin That Saved WWI Soldier’s Life When It Deflected a Bullet Goes Up for Auctionlast_img read more