Chelsea linked with Stones as Luis is tipped to complete £20m move

first_imgTottenham have leapfrogged Chelsea and Arsenal in a race to sign Everton defender John Stones, the Daily Express say.It is claimed that the Blues want Stones but that Spurs have targeted him as a potential replacement for Jan Vertonghen, who has been linked with a move to Barcelona.The Express also say Gary Cahill will be offered a new four-year contract by Chelsea, while the Daily Mail reports that Filipe Luis is close to completing a £20m move to Stamford Bridge from Atletico Madrid.The Mail also say Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is interested in signing Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane.Cahill has been tipped to sign a new deal.There continues to be speculation that Real Madrid’s Germany midfielder Sami Khedira could join Chelsea rather than Arsenal.The north London club are ready to end their interest in Khedira, 27, because of his wage demands, according to the Daily Mirror.And the Daily Telegraph reports that Petr Cech has returned to full training three weeks ahead of schedule following his shoulder problem.The Chelsea goalkeeper, who is reportedly wanted by Paris St-Germain, was injured in the Champions League semi-final against Atletico Madrid and missed the final matches of last season.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Keeper Howes recalled by West Ham

first_imgWest Ham have recalled Sam Howes from his loan spell at Wealdstone. The highly-rated 18-year-old goalkeeper has impressed since joining the Stones, who recently extended the loan deal for another month.Howes is an England Under-17 international and made his first appearance for West Ham’s senior side during a pre-season trip to New Zealand in 2014.See also:Wealdstone sign highly-rated West Ham keeperHowes to stay on loan at WealdstoneFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

New ‘Submit a Cache Listing’ Wizard

first_imgBanner from “Submit a New Cache Listing” WizardThe new “Submit a Cache Listing” page walks geocachers through an easy six-step process to list a geocache. Creating a cache listing has never been more streamlined or easier to understand. You’re able to focus on what’s important – submitting a well-crafted cache listing.The “Submit a New Cache Listing” process is now easier than ever before. An online tool or wizard walks you through each step. The steps flow from “Cache Basics” to “Location,” then “Additional Waypoints,” “Description,” “Container & Ratings,” and finish with “Submit Cache.” There are fundamental steps that cannot be skipped – such as a name for the cache and coordinates for the location – as well as optional steps. There are helpful tips and information throughout the process.Before beginning the process you should read the Geocache Listing Requirements and Guidelines. Knowing the guidelines helps ensure submitting a new cache goes smoothly.Here are some quick notes on the new process –Attaching and editing images will need to be completed after a cache page is created.Editing a completed cache page – published or unpublished – will revert to the old form for now.At the end of the new process, you will have the option to save your work and come back to it OR preview it and then submit the cache listing.The development process included months of testing with the volunteer reviewer team, to whom we are grateful for their input and feedback.We want to hear your feedback about the Submit a New Cache Listing wizard. Leave a message below.Click here for additional release notes.Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedPadlocks, RFID chips, and secret briefcases: an interview with a geocaching maniacMarch 12, 2019In “Geocaching Weekly Newsletter”Improvements to the Edit Cache Listing pageDecember 5, 2017In “News”Geocaching Etiquette 201: Cache OwnershipJune 25, 2019In “Community”last_img read more