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first_imgFormer Everton loan flop Lacina Traore has revealed he ‘dreams of returning to England’ – and could get the chance this summer.The towering striker endured a miserable six-month spell on Merseyside in 2014 when he managed just one minute of Premier League action for the club after agreeing a loan from Monaco.It had started well for the Ivorian, who bagged on his debut in Everton’s 3-1 FA Cup victory over Swansea but a hamstring injury sent it hurtling swiftly downhill.The 26-year-old is still no closer to breaking into the Monaco first team and has since been out on loan at CSKA Moscow and Sporting Gijon, where he has scored two goals in eight La Liga games this season.He is out of contract this summer, when he will leave the French Principality for good, and he says he has many offers, some of which are from the Premier League.He told Ivorian outlet Sport Mania: “I have offers from England and Spain for next season. England has everything. Technique, tactics and physical play. It’s a more complete league. That’s why I dream to return in that league.” 1 Lacina Traore targeting Premier League return after Monaco release last_img read more


first_img Freshmen Jose Flores was the second men’s runner to qualify last Friday with a time of 23:06 but the surprise was sophomore J.J. Getskow’s 137th-place finish which eliminated him from State contention. Getskow, who was a WSC honorable mention after finishing with better times than both Benmohammed and Flores, was eliminated with his time of 24:12 last Friday. Kane stated simply, “He just didn’t have a good race.” Defensive specialist: Although the COC football team gets a lot of attention on the offensive side of the ball behind standout quarterback Marcel Marquez, linebacker Joey La Rocque has been shutting down opposing offenses all season. La Rocque leads the team in unassisted tackles (48), assisted tackles (26) and sacks (10), and has two interceptions and two fumble recoveries with three touchdowns. Nate Brown, (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Four runners from College of the Canyons’ cross country teams – two women, two men – qualified for the California State Championships to be held Nov. 19 at Woodward Park in Fresno. All-Western State Conference sophomore Jessica Gomez qualified with her time of 19 minutes, 57 seconds last Friday in the Southern California Championships on the five-mile course located at UC San Diego. Gomez, who finished 20th last year as a freshmen, improved seven places to 13th overall in the field of 188 women runners. According to coach Belinda Kane, Gomez has run with the top 10 Southern California runners in the past, and with the proper training, could get into the top 10. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “We’re really trying to prepare her for the state meet,” Kane said. “She’s got a lot more in her.” Teammate and freshman Jana Peterova finished 57th overall in the Southern California finals, despite having a flu, and qualified for state with a time of 21:08 – just a few seconds off of her 21:04 mark in the WSC championship meet and a personal best for the course. The men’s top runner, Salim Benmohammed, will also move on to the state meet for the first time with his mark of 22:34 at the Southern California Championship race. He finished 54th in a field of 195 runners. Kane believes Benmohammed could move into the top-20 elite if he sheds his track tendencies and paces himself on the four-mile course. “He was way back in the first mile,” Kane said of his Southern California Championship race. “He had to work his way back up front, but if he controls himself early and paces well, he’ll get back to where he needs to be.” last_img read more

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