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Ken in secret pow-wow with 30 top developers

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Southampton’s Hoedt signs for Antwerp on season-long loan

first_imgRelatedPosts EPL: Saints tackle Mourinho’s Spurs Eberechi Eze debuts for Crystal Palace as Eagles thump Southampton EPL: Palace face Saints test Southampton defender, Wesley Hoedt, has sealed a deadline day move to Belgian Pro League side Royal Antwerp on a season-long loan, the Premier League club said on Monday. Hoedt signed for Southampton from Lazio for 15 million pounds in August 2017, but has found himself on the fringes of the side after the arrival of Austrian manager Ralph Hasenhuettl last season. Antwerp also have the option to make the transfer of the 25-year-old Dutch centre back permanent. “Southampton defender Wesley Hoedt has completed a season-long loan move to Belgian Pro League side Royal Antwerp,” the south coast club said in a statement. “Having made 13 appearances for Saints last term before the arrival of Ralph Hasenhuettl, Hoedt spent the second half of the 2018-19 campaign on loan in La Liga at Celta Vigo where he made 10 appearances. “The club would like to wish Wesley good luck for the rest of the season.” Antwerp are currently ninth in the standings with nine points from five games. The European transfer window closes later on Monday.Tags: belgian Pro LeagueLazioRalph HassenhuttlRoyal AntwerpSouthamptonWesley Hoedtlast_img read more

Tonight AFROs First Edition with Sean Yoes Thursday June 23

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From 5-7 P.M.We’ll have a full report on the acquittal of Caesar Goodson on all charges in the death of Freddie Gray, as well as analysis of the Supreme Court’s decision this week to allow evidence obtained by police officers after illegal stops, to be used in court. We’ll talk with former federal prosecutor Sheryl Wood of the Wood Law Firm and University of Maryland law professor Doug Colbert. These stories and much more on AFRO’s First Edition with Sean Yoes.last_img read more