More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago2 Anglers Esp, Runaway Bay.There is something attention-grabbing wherever you look– from limestone walls and recycled timber beams in the living areas to the inverted pyramid ceiling and polished floors.“The front door is from Morocco and the outdoor sink, it was a rice washing sink from Indonesia that we converted,” Ms Quinn told the Bulletin when the house first hit the market.“I’d say I’ve got eclectic taste and it really creates a home out of a house.”The four-bedroom house had been on the market with different agencies since June, 2015. It had a price tag of $5 million.Savills Qld agent Lisa Halpin negotiated the sale to a Gold Coast buyer. 2 Anglers Esp, Runaway Bay. 2 Anglers Esp, Runaway Bay sold for $4.85 million.AN ECLECTIC Gold Coast mansion on the market for a year and half has sold for $4.85 million.The Runaway Bay property at 2 Anglers Esplanade was owned by Vee Quinn.Mrs Quinn and husband Tom own OzKleen, are the force behind the Shower Power brand.They used the wealth it generated to build their dream home overlooking the Broadwater at Runaway Bay. 2 Anglers Esp, Runaway Bay. 2 Anglers Esp, Runaway Bay.
Since his return after a six-and-a-half-year absence, Mourinho has often spoken of his desire to stay as long as owner Roman Abramovich wishes to keep him. The Blues boss repeated that after Sunday’s 1-0 defeat of Crystal Palace, which secured Chelsea’s first title since 2009-10 and the eighth of his prolific career. “As I was saying since the beginning of the season, I stay here until Mr Abramovich wants me to stay. The day he tells me to go, I go,” said Mourinho, who has led something of a nomadic existence since leaving Porto for London in June 2004. Mourinho left Chelsea in September 2007 and spent two seasons as Inter Milan boss, before in 2010 moving to Real Madrid for three seasons and then rejoining the Blues. Prior to the Capital One Cup final victory over Tottenham on March 1, Mourinho revealed he would consider moving to another English club if he left Chelsea, where he wishes to stay for the remainder of his career. “I don’t want to go away. I will stay here in this chair until Mr Abramovich tells me ‘Jose, it’s enough’,” Mourinho said on February 27. “If one day he tells me ‘Jose it’s enough’ I will go to my house in London and I wait for another English club. “When I left the first time I had lots of countries to go to and lots of clubs to go to. The 52-year-old Portuguese manager is halfway through a four-year contract signed on his return to Stamford Bridge in June 2013 and has verbally agreed a two-year extension, according to reports. Mourinho won two Premier League titles in his first spell – including in 2005 Chelsea’s first championship in 50 years – before departing after little more than three years as manager. Press Association Jose Mourinho is to be rewarded for guiding Chelsea to a first Premier League title in five years with a new contract. “In this moment when I leave I have another 19 clubs in the Premier League and 22 clubs in the Championship. So the options are not so much. “But I repeat I am in Mr Abramovich’s hands. Until he wants me to stay, I will stay – and that is what I want. “I am not thinking about leaving, I want to stay at Chelsea for the rest of my career.” Mourinho was blocked from moving to Tottenham after his first departure from Chelsea. “I couldn’t go,” said Mourinho, after confirming the approach from Spurs. “I couldn’t train in England for two years.” It is same to assume a similar clause would be inserted were things to go wrong at Chelsea, as Mourinho would still be very much a man in demand after 22 trophies in his vaunted career. A third European Cup with a third club, after wins in 2004 with Porto and 2010 with Inter, will surely be on Mourinho’s agenda next term. Mourinho has spoken of strengthening his squad for next season and there could be some departures, including long-serving pair Petr Cech and Didier Drogba. One player who is keen to stay despite reported interest from Real Madrid and Barcelona is Cesar Azpilicueta, the right-footed Spain international who has impressed at left-back. Azpilicueta told RMC Radio: “I’m currently playing in the best team in England, I’m not thinking about another team.”
The 76ers will have to face the beasts of the Eastern Conference without their All-Star center for an extended stretch.Joel Embiid is out indefinitely after suffering a torn ligament in his left hand. Embiid’s absence will put pressure on Ben Simmons, Al Horford and the rest of the Sixers as they battle with the Bucks, Heat, Celtics and Raptors for playoff positioning. “You have to recalibrate a little bit and find a way to get excited to coach the team that we have,” Philadelphia coach Brett Brown said on Jan. 9 prior to a win against Boston. “All of a sudden, we’re different. We’re just different. I look at this as an opportunity. Nobody’s crying. This is not a ‘woe is me’ moment, not for me, at all. And not for my players.”We will take what we have, and what we have, I love. We’re just different than we used to be.”What’s next for the 76ers star? Here’s everything we know about Embiid’s injury and the latest news on when he may return to the court.MORE INJURY NEWS: Kyrie Irving | Zion Williamson How long will Joel Embiid be out?Embiid underwent surgery on Jan. 10 to repair a torn radial collateral ligament in the fourth metacarpal in his left hand and will be re-evaluated in one to two weeks, per the Sixers. However, he could need more than a month to fully recover based on the typical timeline for this kind of injury.”In a professional athlete, four to eight weeks would be somewhere, the range where you would start looking for him on the court, I would say as a guess,” hand surgeon Dr. Eric Strauss told NBC Sports Philadelphia. “But I think the surgeon at the time will be able to tell better after he’s fixed it, how long it would be.”Joel Embiid injury timelineDuring a Jan. 6 game against the Thunder, Embiid suffered a nasty dislocation of his left ring finger, but he was able to return and finish with 18 points, nine rebounds and eight assists. Embiid later revealed he had suffered a torn ligament in that finger and would be speaking with doctors about his next step.(WARNING: This video of the injury is not pleasant.) An NBA TV camera captured a view of the finger as Joel Embiid was walking off the court and it was clearly pointing in the wrong direction either from a dislocation or a break.#NBA #PhilaUnite pic.twitter.com/Fh3Y5WzmDF— FLEE TV ™ (@FLEESPORTS) January 7, 2020Embiid eventually chose to undergo surgery after consulting with hand specialists. It is unclear how long he will be sidelined. Prior to the injury, the 25-year-old was averaging 23.4 points, 12.3 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.4 blocks per game.Joel Embiid injury updates— How the 76ers can survive without Embiid— Embiid needs surgery after tearing ligament in left hand (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/f2/3f/joel-embiid-getty-112619-ftrjpg_1wogonwis8y6o1xai1dq3nhwab.jpg?t=-1471359970&w=500&quality=80