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LEGAL AID AND ADVISORY AUTHORITY
The Director/Chairman, Executive Members and Staff of the
Legal Aid and Advisory Authority join with the family, the law
fraternity of Trinidad and Tobago and Grenada and our
national and international communities in mourning the death
of Mr. Karl Hudson-Phillips, Queen's Counsel.
Mr. Hudson-Phillips Q.C. would be especially remembered
for his fearless advocacy, especially in landmark cases, his
yeoman service in the area of locally, regionally and
internationally and for his willingness to mentor his colleagues
in the proper practice of his profession.
The Legal Aid and Advisory Authority would have lost a Senior
Counsel who would have been willing to give of his time, talent
and treasure in assisting in the training of its Attorneys-at-law.
We join with the National and International Communities in
paying tribute to Mr. Karl Hudson-Phillips Q.C., a Legal
May he rest in Peace.
Justice for All
Israel B. Khan S.C.,
Legal Aid and Advisory Authority.
PARIS---Star striker Zlatan Ibrahi-
movic scored his 18th league goal of
the season and Brazil center half Alex
added a late goal as Paris Saint-Ger-
main beat Bordeaux 2-0 yesterday to
provisionally move six points clear
of Monaco at the top of the French
Ibrahimovic put PSG ahead when
he got in front of his marker to neatly
flick in Lucas s cross in the 59th minute.
New signing Yohan Cabaye came on
as a second-half substitute and headed
Ezequiel Lavezzi s cross against the
post in the 87th. Moments later, Lucas
set up another goal from the right when
fellow countryman Alex turned in his
corner with a striker s finish.
Last weekend, Alex s late header had
rescued a point as PSG labored to a 1-
1 draw away to Guingamp.
"We came into this match on the
back of a draw and a defeat," PSG coach
Laurent Blanc said. "I think we just
didn t let Bordeaux play at all. Defen-
sively, we didn t concede many corners,
and we did what we had to do,
although we could have done a bit bet-
ter up front. Lucas did well, but given
how many chances he gets he should
Midfielder Blaise Matuidi welcomed
Cabaye s arrival.
"He did well when he came on, and
...as PSG beats Bordeaux 2-0
scored a late winner as Celta Vigo
beat Granada 2-1 in the Spanish
Celta coped with Granada s initial
momentum and then took the lead
in the 28th minute when midfielder
Rafinho floated a cross to the far post
for Gustavo Carabel to head home.
Granada struck back in the 41st
when Youssef El-Arabi rose high to
head home a corner kick.
With a draw looking likely, Celta
struck on the counter with just two
minutes to play.
Michael Krohn-Dehli s cross into
the box was deflected by goalkeeper
Roberto and Augusto reached the
loose ball first to poke it under Rober-
to for the winner. (AP)
Celta score late to
win 2-1 at Granada
Paris Saint Germain's Zlatan Ibrahimovic of Sweden celebrates after scoring
against Bordeaux during their French League One soccer match, yesterday at
Parc des Princes stadium, in Paris, France. PSG won 2-0. AP PHOTO
Ibrahimovic scores again
we know he s a very good player,"
Matuidi said. "That s good for us
and good for the French league
for such a player to come back
The only drawback for PSG
was an injury to 20-goal scorer
The Uruguay striker limped
off in the 75th clutching the back
of his right thigh and is doubtful
for next week s League Cup semi-
final against Nantes and the clash
"He felt a bit of pain behind
his thigh, it s a bit of a problem
when a player asks to come off
because it means he knows he
can t go on," Blanc said. "We ll
know a bit more about it tomor-
BERLIN---Borussia Dortmund signed
Serbian midfielder Milos Jojic and
Werder Bremen presented attacking
midfielder Ludovic Obraniak in the
Bundesliga s most eye-catching deals
yesterday as the transfer window
began to close.
Meanwhile, Wolfsburg midfielder
Diego was on the verge of completing
a return to Atletico Madrid, where the
Brazilian spent a successful loan season
in 2011/12. Diego s contract with Wolfs-
burg expires at the end of the season.
Dortmund reached agreement with
Partizan Belgrade for a reported fee of
around 2.2 million euros ($3 million)
for the 21-year-old Jojic, who signed a
contract through June 2018 with his
Jojic had been the standout performer
in the Serbian first division with six
goals and seven assists in 15 games
before the winter break.
He also scored on his Serbia debut
in a friendly against Japan in October,
his only international appearance to
Jojic provided Dortmund with anoth-
er option following the season-ending
injury to Poland midfielder Jakub
Blaszczykowski and Germany midfielder
Ilkay Gundogan s ongoing back prob-
Bremen s capture of Obraniak from
Ligue 1 side Girondins Bordeaux came
at the "right time," according to the
player. Obraniak previously played five
seasons at Metz before switching to
Lille in 2007. He helped Lille to the
league and cup double in his first season
and joined Bordeaux in January 2012.
The French-born player has made
32 appearances for Poland.
signed Spanish youth international Jose
Campana on loan from English Premier
League club Crystal Palace with an
option to buy at the end of the sea-
Croatian striker Srdjan Lakic returned
to second-division Kaiserslautern on
loan from Eintracht Frankfurt, where
he was on loan to the end of the season
Lakic previously played for Kaiser-
slautern between 2008-11.
Hoffenheim also cut its wage bill, by
letting Matthieu Delpierre go on a free
transfer to Dutch side Utrecht. He was
the fifth player to depart the club in
January---the most for any German
Altogether, the 18 Bundesliga clubs
signed 32 new players in the winter
transfer window, while 38 left.
Germany s dpa news agency esti-
mated that almost 40 million euros
($54 million) was spent, with around
12 million ($16 million) recouped
through sales. (AP)
Dortmund signs Serbian
midfielder Milos Jojic
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