More English youngsters should emulate Jadon Sancho’s example and move to a foreign football club, says Eric DierAt just 18 years old, Sancho has already become an integral member of Borussia Dortmund and won his first three England caps recently.This comes after Sancho made the bold move in 2017 to leave Manchester City for Dortmund in Germany – a decision which is paying dividends for him now.Dier, who himself rose through the youth ranks at Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon, now hopes to see more young English talent go abroad.The Tottenham midfielder will return “home” to Portugal for the Nations League semi-finals in June.Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“It will be the first time I go back and play there since I left – it will be very special,” said Dier, according to the Telegraph.“It’s my home so I am very happy to go back. I hope players continue to do what Jadon is doing.“That’s so important for their development. Not just as a footballer but as a man.“He’s out of his comfort zone and he’s living by himself in a foreign country. Those experiences are important for you to grow as a person.”Sancho has managed 5 goals and eight assists in 17 appearances for Dortmund across all competitions this season.
Sound Royalties: Millions In Royalties Undistributed How Much In Royalties Never Get To Artists? sound-royalties-millions-royalties-undistributed Email Facebook News Twitter Sound Royalties has been digging into revenues for artists where the trickle has mysteriously stoppedPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Oct 6, 2017 – 4:13 pm Offering an innovative approach to royalty financing, Sound Royalties has announced its internal research indicates $14 million in artists’ royalties go undistributed.Sound Royalties CEO Alex Heiche estimates $15,000 is the average amount of undistributed royalties per artist, generalizing from all those his organization investigated. Even stars such as Mariah Carey and Pharrell Williams can be victimized by glitches in the system that stop the money from moving.Heiche said sometimes collecting societies “will freeze the payments, and they don’t necessarily notify everybody. If we see something is frozen, that’s a match.”Diligent digging into unpaid royalties lets Sound Royalties present itself as a potential agent for owners of rights to contract with to get musicians the money they are entitled to.Royalty Shares Of Eminem’s Songs Put Up For Sale
Kolkata: Jadavpur University V-C Prof. Suranjan Das was allegedly heckled and manhandled on Tuesday by a section of students who were staging a demonstration on the university campus demanding students’ union election.Das was admitted to a private hospital in the city. The incident took place after Das attended the executive council meeting of the university and was about to get into his car. State Education minister Partha Chatterjee condemned the incident saying that the students should have placed their demands in a democratic manner. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata Bose”I feel very insulted. Such an incident never happened to me in the past. The students blocked my path and turned aggressive. I tried telling them that I was ready to speak to them in a proper manner,” Das said. Debraj Debnath of Arts Faculty Students’ Union (AFSU) said V-C’s security guards tried to push aside their members when they tried to speak to the V-C. Debnath claimed that 4-5 members of their organisation received serious injuries. One of the injured students had to be admitted to a hospital. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataHe also added that AFSU and SFI members wanted to know if the executive council meeting took up the issue of “inordinate delay” in holding students union election. They also demanded immediate steps to hold the elections from Tuesday before Gandhi Bhavan on the campus. It may be mentioned here that students belonging to these students’ organisation also called an indefinite sit-in demonstration before Gandhi Bhavan from Tuesday till their demands were met by the JU authorities. According a press statement, issued by the private hospital, Das was admitted to the hospital around 6 pm after he received injuries when a scuffle broke out between two groups of students. It also mentions that Das gave a declaration that he would not lodge any formal police complaint. Das was administered necessary medicines and he underwent X-ray tests on his right shoulder, chest and the hip bone. He received the injuries when he fell down. The doctors are keeping him under observations. Das has also been suffering from hypertension and high-level of blood sugar, for which he takes regular medicines. According to the statement his health condition is stable now.