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Chaguanas Borough Corporation
Corner Taitt & Cumberbatch Streets, Chaguanas.
Tel. No.: 671-0576, 665-5351, 665-5320 Fax No: 671-7757
Re: Litter Wardens on Patrol
The public is hereby advised that the Litter Prevention
Wardens attached to the Litter Prevention Unit of the
Corporation are on patrol throughout the Borough of
Chaguanas. These Wardens will be enforcing all the pro-
visions of the Litter Act Chapter 30:52.
Persons found in breach of the Litter Act would be issued
citations so as to ensure compliance.
On summary conviction individual offenders liable to a fine
of $2,000.00 or six (6) months imprisonment, while corpo-
rate bodies are liable to a fine of $4,000.00.
The public is being urged to co-operate with the Litter
Prevention Wardens in an effort to keep the region clean
and disease free.
(f) Chief Executive Officer
Chaguanas Borough Corporation
LONDON---Wayne Rooney has
been included in the England
squad to face Scotland next week
despite missing all of Manchester
United s pre-season friendlies
with injuries that have coincided
with his fight to leave the Premier
The striker, whose attempts to
join Chelsea are being blocked by
United, played no part in United s
tour of the Far East and Australia
last month because of a hamstring
And United said that a right
shoulder problem kept Rooney out
of the trip to Sweden earlier this
week after he played in a behind-
closed-doors training match
against Real Betis last weekend.
But with key World Cup qual-
ifiers looming next month, coach
Roy Hodgson is confident Rooney
will have recovered to face Scotland
on Wednesday at Wembley Sta-
dium as the rivals meet to mark
the 150th anniversary of the Eng-
lish Football Association.
"Obviously he is very short of
match practice but the important
thing is that he is physically fit to
play and then it will be up to us
to decide how many minutes he
can play because it is a bit naive
to think he can play for 90 min-
utes," Hodgson said.
Rooney trained with United s
reserve team on Thursday. While
United insists that he is not for
sale, the 27-year-old forward is
unhappy that he fell down the
pecking order at Old Trafford last
"In an ideal world, you want
your key players playing first-team
football but we will have to see
what transpires there," Hodgson
said. "There is always going to be
that situation. I m sure it won t
be the first time this season when
I am asked why I have selected a
player who is not good enough to
play for his club side."
While Rooney is looking to make
his 84th England appearance at
Wembley Stadium on Wednesday
against Scotland, Southampton
striker Rickie Lambert was called
up for the first time at 31 hours
after his partner gave birth to a
"What really impressed me
about him is that this is a man
who has come up the hard way
starting in non-League," Hodgson
After moving from Bristol Rovers
to Southampton in 2009, Lambert
helped the south-coast club gain-
ing promotion to the Premier
League in 2012.
Now he ll be competing for a
spot up front alongside Rooney,
Jermain Defoe and Danny Wel-
"He is a man who has worked
hard to prove himself over all these
years and deserves his call-up at
a time when a couple of players
like Daniel Sturridge and Andy
Carroll, who might have got the
nod ahead of him, are unavailable,"
Hodgson said, before stressing:
"We are short of forward players.
If you go through all of the can-
didates, you still don t get to more
than seven or eight."
England selects Rooney
amid United rift, injuries
GENEVA---AC Milan and Arsenal
enter the Champions League today
in the draw for a playoff round that
could be decided in courtrooms as
well as stadiums.
Seven-time winner Milan and
Arsenal are seeded in the 10-team
non-champions section where
potential opponents include Fener-
bahce and Metalist Kharkiv---both
threatened with expulsion by UEFA
because club officials are implicated
in match-fixing cases.
Metalist faces a UEFA disciplinary
panel next Tuesday, one week before
first-leg matches begin, but could
appeal any ruling at the Court of
Arbitration for Sport and continue
Fenerbahce is already heading to
CAS. The Turkish club awaits a hear-
ing date to appeal against a two-
year ban from UEFA competitions.
A verdict is expected before the Aug.
29 group-stage draw in Monaco.
The other seeded non-champions
are group-stage regulars Lyon,
Schalke and Zenit St Petersburg.
Seedings are decided by clubs results
in UEFA competitions over the pre-
vious five seasons.
Portuguese newcomer Pacos de
Ferreira joins the unseeded pool
alongside Fenerbahce, debutant Met-
alist, 1988 European Cup winner
PSV Eindhoven and Real Sociedad.
Ten national title-holders are in
a separate section of the draw,
includes former European champions
Celtic (1967) and Steaua Bucharest
(1986). They are seeded alongside
Basel, Dinamo Zagreb and Viktoria
Unseeded teams looking to break
into the group-stage elite are Austria
Vienna, Legia Warsaw, Ludogorets
Razgrad, Maribor and Shakhter
Ludogorets and Shakhter, which
have both advanced further than
ever before in European competi-
tions, are the true underdogs with
UEFA club rankings of No 295 and
Whatever Friday s draw, Ludo-
gorets---whose small home stadium
isn t certified by UEFA for high-level
matches---likely will play the first
leg in Bulgaria because of a Roger
Only the national stadium in Sofia
is suitable, and it is unavailable for
the August 27-28 second leg because
of preparations for the former Pink
Floyd star s show later that week.
"Some colossal walls are to be
built and it seems that we use the
national stadium as a concert hall
instead of its actual purpose," Ludo-
gorets owner Kiril Domuschiev told
Bulgarian television channel bTV.
Kazakh champion Shakhter scored
an upset victory over BATE Borisov---
which last season beat eventual win-
ner Bayern Munich in a group
match---and followed up by elimi-
nating Skenderbeu of Albania this
Each playoff round team collects
€2.1 million (US$2.8 million) prize
money, and the ten winners join 22
elite teams which qualified directly
for the lucrative group stage. The 32
group teams will share around €900
million (US$1.2 billion) on offer for
the rest of the competition.
Complications could pile up for
UEFA if Fenerbahce and Metalist
win their playoff matches on merit
but are then removed for legal rea-
sons. Their defeated third qualifying
round opponents this week---
Salzburg and PAOK Thessaloniki---
could also seek to be reinstated.
UEFA s Champions League rules
require clubs not to have been
involved in fixing matches since April
2007. Fenerbahce s case dates back
to 2011 and Metalist s in 2008. Both
clubs deny wrongdoing.
Milan, Arsenal join complex
Champions League draw
Fenerbahce's Moussa Sow, left, reacts after he scored during their
Champions League qualifying round soccer match with Salzburg at Sukru
Saracoglu Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey, Tuesday. (AP PHOTO)
Goalkeepers: Ben Foster (West
Bromwich Albion), Joe Hart (Manchester
City), John Ruddy (Norwich).
Defenders: Leighton Baines (Everton),
Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Ashley Cole
(Chelsea), Phil Jagielka (Everton), Glen
Johnson (Liverpool), Phil Jones
(Manchester United), Chris Smalling
(Manchester United), Kyle Walker
Midfielders: Michael Carrick
(Manchester United), Tom Cleverley
(Manchester United), Steven Gerrard
(Liverpool), Frank Lampard (Chelsea),
Jack Wilshere (Arsenal), James Milner
(Manchester City), Alex Oxlade-
Chamberlain (Arsenal), Theo Walcott
(Arsenal), Ashley Young (Manchester
United), Wilfried Zaha (Manchester
Forwards: Jermain Defoe (Tottenham),
Rickie Lambert (Southampton), Wayne
Rooney (Manchester United), Danny
Welbeck (Manchester United).
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