Heaton signs new Burnley deal

first_img Press Association “It was certainly the ambition when I signed here only 12 months ago and obviously it was a fantastic season,” he told Clarets Player. “It’s great to be a part of it. I feel that, personally, I have got more to come and I’m really excited to show that here. “We will set our stall out ambitious again and the aim is to stay in the Premier League and then kick on from there. “I think I’m the eternal optimist but you never know what you can achieve and I think I’ve been in the game long enough to know what is around the corner if you do things properly. “If you do that as individuals and a collective then you give yourself a great chance and that will certainly be the motto from me again. “People will write us off but we’ll just try and go about our business the way we did last year and hopefully that will stand us in good stead.” The 28-year-old kept 19 clean sheets during the Clarets’ promotion from the Sky Bet Championship and had only 12 months left on his existing deal, although there was an option for a further year extension. Heaton is now looking forward to playing in the top flight, having made a prediction Burnley would reach the Premier League when he arrived last summer from Bristol City. center_img Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton has signed a new three-year contract at Turf Moor. last_img read more

Finance Minister in Trouble with S/Court

first_imgAfter arbitrarily (randomly) reducing the 2013/2014 budget of the Judicial Branch of Government, the Supreme Court of Liberia has summoned Finance Minister Amara Konneh and all of his  deputies.In a release dated April 15, 2014, the High Court said Minister Konneh, his deputies and the Acting Comptroller-General have been instructed to  appear before the Full Bench of the Honorable Supreme Court today, Wednesday, April 16, by 9 a.m.According to the release, the Finance Ministry’s executives are to show cause, if any, why they should not be held in contempt for “arbitrarily reducing the 2013/2014 budget of the Judiciary in total violation of the Judiciary and Financial Autonomy Act.”The Ministry’s officials, according to the Supreme Court, have been advised to appear along with their lawyers as they will be required to comment on their “reported deliberate” refusal to make available 10% of the cost to the implementation of the “New Jury” law, which action, they (the Supreme Court) said, has resulted in the non-application and enforcement of the law.  Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more