Metro Sport ReporterFriday 21 Jun 2019 1:29 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link289Shares Comment Arsenal transfer target Yannick Carrasco suspended by Dalian Yifang Yannick Carrasco has been suspended by Dalian Yifang (Picture: Getty)Arsenal transfer target Yannick Carasco has been suspended by Dalian Yifang.The 25-year-old returned late from international duty with Belgium last week and subsequently missed his side’s match against Hebei CFFC.Carrasco issued an apology on Twitter after he missed a connecting flight but has failed to escape disciplinary action.‘Yannick Carrasco of the Dalian Football Club was absent from the away game against Hebei China Fortune and missed training,’ the club wrote in a statement.ADVERTISEMENTMore: 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 City‘The club now imposes the following penalties on him: Order Carrasco to apologise to the team within three days and stop training.‘The club has always attached importance to the team’s discipline construction, and no individual is above the collective. The club treats everyone equally.’AdvertisementAdvertisementEarlier this week one of Carrasco’s teammates accused the former Atletico Madrid winger of deliberately incurring a suspension to avoid having to play for his club.Speaking on Chinese social media platform Weibo, Yu Ziqian said: ‘You’re a star and you play well, but you can’t win a game by yourself.‘When we played Shanghai Greenland Shenhua you deliberately got a fourth yellow card (in the season) and got a suspension to avoid playing Shanghai SIPG; and then you went back to Europe ahead of schedule.‘When we played Hebei China Fortune you told the club your plane was late. If you came back one day earlier, how could you be late?‘Now you are back, but you don’t even move in training. When we play training matches you just you just stand around the pitch, you do not attack and do not defend.‘The atmosphere of team training has been ruined. As a professional football player, training and games are as important as life.‘No matter how important a person is, he cannot override the team. I really hope we can say a nice goodbye to you just like we welcomed you at the beginning!’Unai Emery is keen to bring Carrasco to north London, while the player is desperate to return to Europe in order to boost his chances of making Belgium’s Euro 2020 squad.Arsenal, who failed in their attempts to sign Carrasco in January, are, however, struggling to agree a fee with Dalian who are yet to decide whether or not to cash in on their prize asset.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 Advertisement Advertisement
Memorial Day weekend travel may be difficult in North Florida due heavy smoke from a stubborn wildfire.I-95 is closed in both directions for seven miles in Jacksonville due to poor visibility.I-95 is closed in both directions for seven miles between SR 200 and Pecan Park. Also, I-95 North is closed at Exit 362 to I-295 where drivers will be diverted east or west. The JSO says these traffic changes could be in effect all day.You can take I-75 as an alternative out of the state.I-95 is closed in both directions for seven miles between SR 200 and Pecan Park. Also, I-95 North is closed at Exit 362 to I-295 where drivers will be diverted east or west. The JSO says these traffic changes could be in effect all day.The wildfire is proving to be a tough opponent for firefighters.The Yellow Bluff Fire has grown to 450 acres and is only 30 percent contained.That’s a slight improvement over the night before when it was just 25 percent contained.The Florida Forest Service says the terrain and the fire’s proximity to I-95 are making things difficult, and it could take the whole weekend before the fire is put out.Those looking for the cause of a growing wildfire are focusing on a passing train.The Yellow Bluff Fire appears to have started near train tracks in Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon.The Florida Forest Service speculates something thrown from the train could have started the fire, or maybe friction from the brakes or exhaust fumes.No homes or businesses are in harm’s way at this point, and no serious injuries have been reported.
The following release has been issued by KPMG to its clients and IS NOT on behalf of England Golf. Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club Appeal VAT Liability of Green Fees – Update Progress in the claims process HMRC have now asked the Tax Tribunal to put all claims on hold until July so that they can decide whether to argue unjust enrichment. We are discussing this with HMRC and voicing our concern at the length of delay and will keep you informed. We will contact you again shortly to ask for additional information in order to bring your claim up to date. Unjust enrichment HMRC would need to show that your pricing structure passed the economic burden of the VAT on to customers. In our experience fees are set by reference to the local market, and VAT has been paid out of that amount. We understand that clubs continue to charge the same price, but based on the decision in Bridport can now retain the full amount instead of paying a proportion to HMRC. This supports our view that fees are generally set by reference to the market regardless of the VAT liability, making the unjust enrichment argument difficult for HMRC to pursue. Ongoing charges Given HMRC’s delay in the publication of the Business Brief, we recommend that you rely on the Bridport decision being applicable to your golf club and treat any green fees received as exempt with effect from the start of the current VAT return period. This is on the basis that the decision in Bridport has confirmed that the relevant part of the UK VAT legislation is defective. You should remove any references to VAT from any documents or information relating to green fees. We are informing HMRC that we have given this advice. Interest on your claims Interest will be payable on top of your claim. There is ongoing litigation about whether that interest should be compounded. Simple interest will be paid as a matter of course, however you will need to consider taking additional action to protect your potential compound interest claim. We will shortly send you an update setting out the options and an analysis of the potential benefit. 6 May 2014 Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club, VAT Liability of Green Fees – KPMG Update