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The city views from this renovated home are sure to impress buyers

first_img9 Trafalgar Street, Morningside. Picture: realestate.com.auHe said the downstairs pergola was a handy place to hang out on a hot day.“That area leads to the bar room and we often watch the footy there,” he said. “There’s a barbecue area downstairs too – it’s a great entertaining hub.”He said there was a home office which had a private entrance and an additional study or sixth bedroom if required. 9 Trafalgar Street, Morningside. Picture: realestate.com.auFraser Leishman is making the move south to Sydney for work and is ready to sell his Morningside home.Mr Leishman and his family have lived at 9 Trafalgar St for the past 12 months and have loved every moment. 9 Trafalgar Street, Morningside. Picture: realestate.com.auMr Leishman said he would love to see another family move into the home.“Young children would really love the big backyard,” Mr Leishman said.“There’s room downstairs, which can be used for play areas.” The view from 9 Trafalgar Street, Morningside. Picture: realestate.com.auWith city views and an 814sq m block, Mr Leishman said it was hard not to fall in love with the Morningside home.The renovated Queenslander has five bedrooms and three bathrooms. 9 Trafalgar Street, Morningside. Picture: realestate.com.auMore from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Mr Leishman said he had done some renovations to the house, including renovating the laundry.“We restumped the front of the house and enclosed it too,” he said.“We can now park three cars there.“There’s a workshop which is quite wide and it has electric remote doors.”With plenty of room to spread out throughout the home, Mr Leishman said his favourite spot to wind down was the deck which overlooked the front yard and had city views.“The side deck is nice and, in the morning, it’s not too warm,” he said.“You can get some really nice breezes here to.”last_img read more

Shaqiri revels in ‘beautiful feeling’ in putting United to the sword

first_img“It was a beautiful feeling to score two goals against Manchester United, an important game against a big rival for Liverpool.”Shaqiri, who signed for Liverpool in the summer when they triggered a £13.5 million ($17 million) release clause in his contract with relegated Stoke, says being on the bench is not ideal but it only motivates him to prove himself like he did on Sunday.“For me, I just want to improve, I’m 27, my best age to perform at a high level, so I hope the best times are coming,” said Shaqiri, who spent three seasons at Stoke.“I’m in a good way and I want to help this club to try to achieve a lot of things and we are in a good way.“Obviously I’d be lying if I said you are not disappointed when you are on the bench — every player is disappointed when he’s on the bench.“But I always stay positive and try to help the team when I come on and you saw when I came on I tried to help the team and to have an impact.”Share on: WhatsApp London, United Kingdom | AFP | Xherdan Shaqiri says scoring a double in the 3-1 win over Manchester United on Sunday for Liverpool was a “beautiful feeling” and puts him on course for his most prolific Premier League campaign.The 27-year-old Swiss international midfielder came off the bench to take his tally to five goals in 13 league appearances, meaning he is already just three shy of his best previous total in the Premier League for Stoke last season.His double restored Liverpool to the top of the table, one point clear of champions Manchester City.Shaqiri, who is seeking to prove he is up to playing for a big club having failed at Bayern Munich and Inter Milan, puts his good form down to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s philosophy in how to play the game.“Of course the style, how they play, it’s for me too,” he said.“I have to go on the pitch and perform and I have qualities to be in the team, to have an impact, to decide games.“I’m very happy at the moment with my performances.last_img read more

Rooney Rule: Are NFL teams complying?

first_imgby Barry WilnerAssociated Press Writer FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP)—Recent minority interviews for NFL coaching jobs in Washington and Seattle under the Rooney Rule have raised questions whether the spirit of the rule has been violated.Former Colts coach Tony Dungy wonders about the process used by the Redskins, who interviewed assistant coach Jerry Gray for the head coaching position last month even though Jim Zorn still held the job. TONY DUNGY The Seahawks met with Vikings defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier on Saturday amid reports that Southern California coach Pete Carroll would be hired regardless of how impressive Frazier was.“That is not what the Rooney Rule is supposed to be, (that) you make up your mind and then interview a candidate for it anyway just to satisfy the rule,” said Dungy, who retired from coaching last year and now is an analyst on NBC’s “Football Night in America” show.“If the Jerry Gray situation is the way it has been described as happening, I don’t think it was fair. I don’t think I would ever interview for a job if my boss was not out of the job. I don’t blame Jerry; it’s the position he was put in, if it happened that way.”Yet Dungy encourages all candidates to interview —under the proper procedures.“The idea of the rule is to slow down the process and get teams to do their homework and investigate a lot of candidates, not just minority candidates,” he said. “You went through the process, and in doing that sometimes you uncover people.”That’s what happened when the Steelers hired Mike Tomlin over assistants Ken Whisenhunt and Russ Grimm in 2007. Dungy believes Frazier’s numerous interviews—the Rams, Broncos, Lions, Dolphins, Falcons have spoken to him in past years, and he remains among the front-runners for the Buffalo position—will pay off, too.“Even in cases where you don’t get the job, I know Leslie interviewed with the Dolphins and knew Bill Parcells came away impressed and told other people how impressed he was, and he is a sharp guy and that helps,” Dungy said. “That goes a ways in promoting that diversity.”On Saturday, Commissioner Roger Goodell said the Redskins and Seahawks had complied with the Rooney Rule in their coaching searches.Compliance with the Rooney Rule is overseen by the Fritz Pollard Alliance. Its chairman, John Wooten, played 10 seasons (1959-68) in the NFL as a guard—back when there were no minority head coaches.Wooten can’t understand recent criticism of the system, noting that the Seahawks and Carroll himself assured him they had no deal at the time Frazier was interviewed. Wooten also believes the Redskins handled things properly with Gray.“Do we have to fight and safeguard against shenanigans?” Wooten said. “Yes. People try to play as close to the line as they can. We say to our guys, ‘Don’t let people use you. We all know a legitimate interview.’”last_img read more

A glance at the young guns who can emulate Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma’s…

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