The dining rom at 204 Douglas Rd, Salisbury.The lounge, dining and rumpus rooms are spacious and there are built-in robes to two of the three bedrooms. The property has been greshly painted inside and out and has timber floors to the living spaces and carpet to the bedrooms and rumpus room. Oustide there is a new carport and concrete driveway while the yard is fully-fenced and landscaped. The home is close to Garden City Shopping Centre and Griffith University. The home at 204 Douglas Rd, SalisburyThis Salisbury home has been beautifully renovated and is on a popular street close to schools, shops and cafes. The property at 204 Douglas Rd has a new kitchen with freestanding 900mm stainless steel stove and oven.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020There is also a new bathroom, a separate toilet and a laundry.
Let’s be clear: these players aren’t flops (okay, some are).They are all worth a lot of money, but over the course of the season it’s fair to say their transfer values have dropped.They are bargains in the loosest sense. 4. Luke Shaw – Shaw didnt seem to have a great season under Jose Mourinho and has been linked with a move away from the club. He may stay and fight for his place in the first team and show his manager he does have the right mentality, but if there is interest in the left-back then a club is likely to pick him up for a few million pounds less than the £27m the club spent on him in 2014. 5. Moussa Sissoko – Sissoko joined Tottenham for £30m in the summer of 2016, but he only started eight Premier League games and when you dont even start against Millwall then the future doesnt look good. No one in their right mind would pay half of what Spurs shelled out last season, would they? Maybe it will get better for him in the difficult second season, but along with Claudio Bravo was a bit of a joke to many. 7 2. Riyad Mahrez – At the end of the 2015/16 season, Player of the Year Mahrez would have cost any club an awful lot of money. He was superb as Leicester won the Premier League and he scored 17 goals as well creating 11. Anything less than a £35m offer would have been deemed ridiculous, but now he wants out following the clubs underwhelming season (yes, they reached the Champions League quarter-finals) in what was a very poor title defence. 3. Wilfried Bony – Bonys value has plummeted since his £25m move to Man City in 2015. He played very infrequently and spent the recent season on loan at Stoke where he also lost his place in the starting line-up. Jon Walters, Mame Biram Diouf, Peter Crouch and Saido Berahino are all ahead of him in the first team and Bony even suggested manager Mark Hughes is not playing him to p*** him off or maybe youre just not that good, mate. 7 7 7 1. Claudio Bravo – Man City fans wont shed a tear if Bravo, who arrived from Barcelona in a £17m transfer in 2016, is sold when the summer transfer window opens again. Here is a player who receives sarcastic applause when he actually makes a save and, at 34 years old, if he is sold then the club are unlikely to get anywhere what they paid for him. 6. Daniel Sturridge – Sturridges stock has plummeted so far that even West Ham are wondering if they can sign him. This is a striker who has played at the very top level; he was part of the Chelsea title winning squad in 2010 and the Champions League victors in 2012, while he formed a deadly partnership with Luis Suarez at Liverpool. Injuries have not helped and it now looks like manager Jurgen Klopp will offload him in the summer. When hes at his best, hes too good to sit on the bench. 7 7 7 7. Granit Xhaka – He’s not going anywhere in the summer, but hes not worth £35m now, is he? The fact Arsenal paid the amount for the midfielder last summer excited a lot of fans he was the man to add a bit of bite and steel in the centre. His indiscipline meant manager Arsene Wenger was forced to do without him on a number of occasions thanks to two red cards and five bookings. Hes certainly not a flop, but just doesnt seem to be worth what was spent.
New Delhi: An administrative blunder by the Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI) has denied the national men’s team a chance to compete in the World Championship in Washington from December 15-21. It is learnt that SRFI officials were not able to get the necessary clearances in time from the Sports Authority of India (SAI) for the biennial event. “The SRFI was not able to get a meeting with SAI and that is why the approval did not come and SRFI didn’t register the team. It is really sad that players have to bear the brunt of this,” a source told PTI. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over ChandigarhThe national federation though claimed that it tried its best to get approval from the SAI. “The last date for submitting India’s entry was July 16 and the SRFI had written to the SAI little over a month earlier, on June 14 for approval. The Federation had in fact submitted its Annual Calendar for Competitions and Training to the SAI as early as January 2019 wherein participation in the World championship was a point mentioned. “However no ACTC meeting was called for in the subsequent months from February to April when such delay do not normally take place. The meeting actually took place only on July 30 by which time the Championship last date had elapsed,” an SRFI statement said.