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Governor Wolf’s Tour of Historic Philadelphia DNC, The Blog, Videos On Sunday, Governor Wolf toured the beautiful Philadelphia Historic District. With visitors from all over coming to the city for the Democratic National Convention, the governor decided to join tourists on the historic Philadelphia trail.After all, the Declaration of Independence was debated and signed in Independence Hall on July 4, 1776, as was the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787.The Democratic National Convention this week is the eighth time Philadelphia has played host to a party convention since 1856. But only one president, James Buchanan, has ever hailed from our state.William Penn founded our state as a refuge for people of different faiths, nationalities, and opinions, and in that spirit we welcome you.So whether you’re visiting for the Democratic National Convention or to immerse yourself in history, we invite you to pursue your happiness in Philadelphia. By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf July 25, 2016 Read more blog posts on the Democratic National Convention.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf SHARE TWEET SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Hearts of Oak new signing, Samudeen Ibrahim has exclusively told Joy Sports he is optimistic of surpassing his exploits in GN Division One League for the coming Premier League season.Ibrahim, who was adjudged the Most Valuable Player in the 2015-2015 Division One League was wanted by All Stars, New Edubiase United and promoted Ebusua Dwarfs but Premier League giants beat of competition to sign up the King Solomon FC players in a deal worth 60,000 Ghana Cedis.The 19-year-old offensive midfielder told Joy Sport he can’t wait to start his three-year contract with the Phobians.”Am very much excited to sign for a club like Accra Hearts Of Oak, I know they will be expecting a lot from me but with a little effort I know am going to prove much more than I did in division one,” he told Joy Sports.”I decided to move to Accra Hearts Oak because it’s a very great club and a club that will give me the platform to showcase my talent.”For now, I don’t want to promise but am telling all the fans to expect more from me, what they saw in the division, I am going to do much better.” Ibrahim scored four goals, with eight man of the match and 23 assists for King Solomon last season in the GN Bank Division One League.
5 5 2. Mohamed Salah – Salah had a great season at Roma, with his 15 Serie A goals and 11 assists putting him on many club radars. Liverpool are said to be in pole position to land him and the thought of him and Sadio Mane tearing down the flanks is a frightening thought. Liverpool have reportedly had a £28m bid rejected and may fear they are priced out of a move for the 24-year-old, with reports suggesting the Reds could end up paying a massive £35m for the winger. 3. Gianluigi Donnarumma – David De Gea appears to be Real Madrids top choice of goalkeeper, but they have also been linked with the 18-year-old Milan goalkeeper in addition to Chelseas Thibaut Courtois. If Man United do lose De Gea then they will be in the market for a top quality replacement and Donnarumma fits the bill. Inters Samir Handanovic has also been mentioned. 5 5 5 1. Andrea Belotti: Goal scoring Torino and Italy striker – Torino say they want to keep Belotti? What a surprise. The striker scored 26 goals in 35 Serie A games in the 2016/17 season and is very much in demand, but his release clause is said to be around the £87m mark meaning it will just take a bit of shrewd negotiating from interested clubs. Man United are said to be interested, so maybe Ed Woodward can make an offer where on top of a shed load of money, Torino can call themselves the official Italian club of Man United or something equally ridiculous. WHEN ARSENAL PAID CLUB RECORD FEE FOR TORINO STRIKER 5. Ivan Perisic – While Samir Handanovic is an option in goal for United, another wanted Inter player in Perisic. Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte are said to be fans of the winger, but Inter claim they do not want to sell him, which could be one way for them to drive the price up as any club keen to sign him will have to reportedly pay in excess of £35m. However, there is a rumour that Inter need to raise £26m by the end of June in order to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations. Serie A clubs will do well to hold onto their key players when the summer transfer window opens on 1 July.Here, talkSPORT looks at the five most in demand players beginning with Torino’s Andrea Belotti, who has been scoring goals for fun and been linked with Arsenal, Man United and Chelsea in the Premier League.WHEN ARSENAL PAID CLUB RECORD FEE FOR TORINO STRIKERRemain up to date with all transfer rumours here.REVEALED: All the Premier League done deals so far. 4. Leonardo Bonucci – Chelsea and Man City have both been heavily linked with Juventus and Italy defender Bonucci, 30. There are reports from Italy claiming the player is open to a move away from a club where he has won six league titles, three Italian Cups and played in two Champions League finals. Chelsea are on the lookout for a new defender and could cost as much as £48m. Will Juventus finally cash in on one of their star defenders?