Western Melbourne says they will respect FFA’s marquee calls but will aim at bringing foreign talents who will help build the club.Western Melbourne hopes to sign Scott Brown who is currently the Captain of Scottish side Celtic as their marquee but reports from Scottish Daily Record says the FFA has refused to allow Western Melbourne to dip into the governing body’s marquee fund to help sign the 33-year-old Bhoys captain.The club has now come out to state they will respect they’ll respect any marquee fund decisions from FFA whether or not the Scott Brown deal pulls through.“Whether or not a player qualifies for funding from FFA is up to FFA criteria, we respect whatever they deem fit,” Lou Sticca, one of the major players behind Western Melbourne, told FTBL.Johnston is disappointed after being injured Manuel R. Medina – September 11, 2019 Celtic winger Mikey Johnston was disappointed to miss Scotland Under 21 national team’s victories over San Marino and Croatia, and he hopes he can return to play soon.“Western Melbourne is about recruiting foreign players that we feel will be important to our club in our formative seasons.“What this means is setting the right leadership from our foreigners to help the team be successful on the park, but importantly in dressing rooms and at training, to help build a real football culture.“Strong and experienced players that will protect our younger players and give them the confidence to express themselves.”
Kolkata: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Thursday launched search operations here at the properties of three businessmen in connection with a money laundering probe, an official said. “Our officers have been conducting search operations at four locations in the city including the residences and other properties of the three businessmen — Jagjit Singh, Ajmol Siddique and Vishnu Mundra,” the ED official said. The agency has been investigating the case for the last few months.Initial investigations suggested that the accused were involved in converting crores of black money into white through shell companies, the official said. Singh, who also owns a bar, has also been accused of running a trafficking racket.