Lone gunman robs Beharry distribution truck

first_imgIn another brazen daytime attack, the driver of a distribution truck attached to the Edward B Beharry and Sons Company was on Friday afternoon robbed in the vicinity of Bourda Market, Georgetown, by a lone gunman.The scene moments after the robbery at Bourda Market where the driver of the delivery truck was attackedReports are at about 14:00h, the driver of the truck was proceeding along Robb Street, Georgetown, when he was ambushed by the lone gunman who relieved him of an undisclosed sum of cash along with other valuables.Guyana Times was informed that the driver, who was unhurt but traumatised, parked the truck in front of a store and then proceeded to the Alberttown Police Station where he made a report of the robbery. Police have since launched an investigation.Only recently, Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan had announced that heightened security plans have been put in place around the city as the Christmas season approaches.However, at this latest attack, no law enforcement agents were in proximity.last_img read more

Exclusive: Daniel Arzani looking to leave Melbourne City

first_imgTransfers The Covert Agent: Daniel Arzani looking to leave Melbourne City for rival A-League clubs The Covert Agent Last updated 1 year ago 08:31 1/7/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Daniel Arzani Melbourne City Transfers Melbourne City A-League Melbourne City v Wellington Phoenix Wellington Phoenix Goal’s exclusive spy can reveal the super-talented attacker is looking to sever ties with the City Football Group and head north Wonderkid Daniel Arzani is keen to leave Melbourne City at the end of the season, with Sydney FC or Western Sydney Wanderers the preferred destinations.The 19-year-old came off the bench on Saturday night to set up both of Ross McCormack’s goal as City came from behind to defeat Wellington Phoenix 2-1.The Covert Agent can reveal Arzani’s representatives have contacted the Sky Blues and Wanderers about a deal next season, because of the Sydney-born player’s dissatisfaction with his development under City coach Warren Joyce and his wish to return to his home state Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Arzani, whose contract expires at the end of the season, has made nine A-League appearances for City over the past two campaigns since joining from the AIS in 2016, but is yet to start a match and has only played 137 minutes.It was plain to see the tension between player and boss in Joyce’s post-match conference following the Phoenix victory, with the former Manchester United coach reluctant to praise Arzani, instead offering words of warning to the youngster.”There is a lot of things he has got to work on in his game. He’s got to be willing to listen to people at the football club,” Joyce said.”If he trusts us to develop him, he could be a very good player.”If he listens to other people and has got a different agenda, I’m seen a lot of players exactly the same as him fall by the wayside.”It is understood Arzani has a clause in his contract for it to be automatically extended if he plays a certain amount of games, believed to be 15, for City during the current season.last_img read more