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John Barnes Names The Four Boys Chosen From Panama For The Digicel Academy

Panama: After three days of training as part of the Digicel Kick Start Clinics in Panama, Head Coach and England and Liverpool football legend, John Barnes, has chosen the four aspiring young footballers who will take their place in the Digicel Academy.

Carlos A. Saavedra, Alcides Murillo, Iván Darío Murillo and Jonathan Moreno are the four lucky youngsters whose talents shone through during the Panama round of the Digicel Clinics.

. The four boys were chosen after three days of Clinics that followed six preliminary rounds – in which more than 300 applicants tried out. From there, 29 young footballers were carefully chosen to showcase their talents in the hope of being selected for the elite Digicel Academy – a week-long training camp under the leadership of top Barclays Premier League coaches from the Sunderland Academy, assisted by John Barnes.

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Mayors Han Zheng and Edwin Lee to Mark New Green Era for 31St Anniversary of San Francisco-Shanghai

SAN FRANCISCO – Shanghai Mayor Han Zheng will meet San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee for the first time to celebrate the 31st anniversary of the San Francisco-Shanghai Sister City Committee. The meeting will mark the first time two mayors of Chinese heritage will meet in the history of US-China and San Francisco-Shanghai relations.

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Digicel Kick Start Clinics 2011 Move on to Panama

After 6 preliminary rounds nationwide, 29 children from Panama City, Chiriquí, Veraguas and Colón will showcase their skills for John Barnes

DIGICEL KICK START CLINICS HEAD COACH AND ENGLAND AND LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL LEGEND, JOHN BARNES, STANDS AMONG THE 29 ASPIRING YOUNG FOOTBALLERS WHO WERE SELECTED TO TAKE PART IN THIS YEAR’S CLINICS IN PANAMA Friday, September 23rd 2011 – Panama: Following on from the successful opening leg of this year’s Digicel Kick Start Clinics in Haiti earlier this week, Head Coach and England and Liverpool football legend, John Barnes, has arrived in Panama in search of the top aspiring young footballers there.

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ECLAC meeting to examine development challenges

New approaches to the sustainable development of small developing countries will be discussed.

(8 September 2011) In order to explore new approaches and challenges to the sustainable development of small developing countries including the Caribbean and Central America, the Caribbean Development Round Table will be held in Port of Spain on 13 September 2011.

This meeting is organized by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance of Trinidad and Tobago. It will be opened by the Executive Secretary of ECLAC, Alicia Bárcena, and the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Kamla Persad-Bissessar.
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Guinness Caribbean to celebrate Arthur's Day

Adorers across the region will raise a Guinness® Stout in celebration of the life and work of Arthur Guinness founder of the dark rich brew which is Guinness®. On Thursday, September 22 at 17:59, Guinness® will host the Arthur Guinness Day Live a regional TV simulcast and an online live stream to fans across the Caribbean. The Arthur’s Day concert simulcast features soca band KES and dancehall giants Assassin and I-Octane and Mr. Vegas.
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