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Brisbane auction results

first_img14/41 Racecourse Rd, HamiltonBRISBANE’S auction volume is slowly starting to bounce back following the traditional Christmas lull.Last week’s preliminary clearance rate was 69.6 per cent, according to researcher CoreLogic.From the 30 auctions scheduled, 23 results have been recorded with 16 cleared and seven of those uncleared.Brisbane’s clearance rate for the same time last year was 52.7 per cent from a total 60 auctions. A historic Hamilton penthouse was one of the more interesting properties to sell under the hammer on Saturday.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours ago14/41 Racecourse Rd, HamiltonThe three-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 14/41 Racecourse Rd is the top level of Bogarella Villa, an early 1900s character house.After bidding opened at $780,000, the property sold for $885,000 to a local couple looking to downsize to one level from their three-level home.“They’ve always admired the house and were very aware of it,” Ray White New Farm’s Brandon Wortley said.Three registered bidders were keen on the apartment which is the largest of the Warraby Apartments complex.“It was jam-packed with locals,” Mr Wortley said.“A lot of people saw it redeveloped 18 years ago.”last_img read more

“I’m not lazy” – Asamoah Gyan replies Herve Renard

first_img Source: Footy-Ghana Ghana’s all-time top scorer, Asamoah Gyan has hit back at former Black Stars assistant coach Herve Renard’s perception of him as lazy in training.Now the head coach of the Saudi Arabia national team, Renard worked under Claude Le Roy as the Black Stars’ physical trainer during the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations.The 51-year-old, in an interview with TV3’s Juliet Bawuah, touted Gyan had qualities that should have seen him achieve better than he had in his illustrious career but expressed reservations about the striker’s attitude to training saying:“The quality of Asamoah Gyan was amazing. I was always impressed with his timing of headers. He was a very good goalscorer, fantastic player, amazing player.“But I have something to tell him. He was supposed to have a better career but he was lazy.“In training, he was lazy. He only likes the games. But he was the most important player but I know him and he didn’t like the training, he only likes the competition, the games.”But Gyan disagrees with the perception, arguing that there was more to delivering consistently than just ‘killing’ himself at training.The former Sunderland hitman is quoted by a Footy-Ghana.com source as saying:“I am not lazy. I put in 70% hard work and practice the basics needed at training. And, then, I give everything I have in games.“I work hard in games; the final output is what matters, and not during training. Consistency is what matters.”Footy-Ghana.com gathers Herve Renard’s opinion of Gyan’s attitude to training could be informed by an incident that occurred in the Stars camp. The striker, then with, had spoken up against the excessive nature of the physical training the Frenchman was putting the team through at training, our source revealed.Asamoah Gyan, is Ghana’s all-time leading marksman with 51 goals and Africa top-scorer having netted six times at the Fifa World Cup.last_img read more