This custom motorcycle with stone bodywork looks epic

first_img–Ads– When it comes to building custom bikes, you either go hard or go home. But for German custom builder Chris Zernia, he has taken that saying quite literally with his custom Honda CX500 that features a custom-crafted stone bodywork.The builder who has a strong fondness for basalt rocks built this custom Honda CX500 for a building competition organised by German publication Custombike. Called “Build da Fukker”, the contest had only two rules one, the budget cannot exceed €5,000, and, second, the final machine has to be functional.While it doesn’t seem so, basalt is in fact quite heavy as it is a dense volcanic stone. Builder Chris used basalt to create the custom headlight cover, gas tank, seat, number plate and foot rests. As a result, an additional 130kg was into the bike’s overall weight of 350kg.The added weight from the stone bodywork did prompt Chris to take extra measures with the chassis by reinforcing it with additional steel tubing. Also beefed up were the suspension, with Chris using the front forks of a Honda VT600 and rear shocks from a Harley-Davidson Dyna.According to its builder, this custom Honda CX500 and its stone bodywork rides normally. However, the absence of front brakes does mean that one will need to be exceptionally brave to ride around with this rocking – literally! – custom bike around indeed.Notably, Chris Zernia also said that he wasn’t done with customising bikes using stones. His next project will reportedly be an old Harley-Davidson 1100 Sportster, which will he aptly christen as the Rolling Stone. German custom builder crafts unique stone bodywork for his custom Honda CX500.last_img read more

Argos Split Pair of Extra Innings Contests With Tigers

first_img Share Blake Barber drove in the game winning run in UWF’s win over UWA (Photo by Bill Stockland) Argos Split Pair of Extra Innings Contests With Tigerscenter_img    PENSACOLA, Fla. – The West Florida baseball team split Saturday’s double header with Gulf South Conference opponent West Alabama. Both games were extra inning affairs with the Argonauts taking game one 3-2 and falling in game two 4-3. After the split, UWF is now 27-13 overall and 7-9 in conference play.Game one was a traditional pitcher’s duel. Both starters worked into the ninth inning of the extra inning ball game. The Tigers struck first in the top of the third inning on a RBI base hit by Ladarrius Cole followed by a fielding error by Andrew Rodriguez (Key West, Fla./Miami Dade College (Key West HS) to put UWA on top 2-0. UWF cut into the Tigers lead in the bottom half of the inning taking advantage of back-to-back wild pitches to score Taye Larry (Panama City, Fla./Wallace State CC-Dothan (Mosley HS), 2-1.West Florida tied the game, 2-2, in the bottom of the sixth on a RBI groundout by Bill O’Connor (West Palm Beach, Fla./Broward College (Wellington & American Heritage HS). In the bottom of the tenth inning Leo Lamarche (Miami, Fla./Wallace State CC-Dothan (Krop HS) and Garrett Flynn (Davie, Fla./Sagemont Upper School) ripped back-to-back singles to put runners on the corners with no one out. The next batter, Blake Barber (LaGrange, Ga./Shelton State CC (Troup HS), drove in the game winning run with a sacrifice fly to left field to give UWF the victory 3-2.Josh Tanski (Apopka, Fla./Pensacola State College (Lake Brantley) got the start for UWF on the hill and threw a gem. The southpaw allowed one earned run on nine hits in 8.1 innings of work. Bobby Parker (Tallahassee, Fla./Alabama Southern CC (Lawton Chiles HS) came on in relief to toss 1.2 perfect innings grabbing his second win of the season. UWA’s Barry Meeks also threw well in his start allowing two runs on four hits while striking out nine. The Tigers Matt Betts received the loss allowing one run on two hits in 0.1 innings of work.In game two the Tigers wasted no time putting a run on the board in the first inning with a two out single by D.J. Turo. UWF answered back in the bottom half of the inning taking the lead, 2-1, on a throwing error by the third baseman and a RBI groundout by Josh Huggins (Bay Minette, Ala./Faulkner State CC (Baldwin County HS). UWA regained the lead in the second, 3-2, scoring their first run of the inning on a RBI groundout by Tyler Richburg and the second on a UWF wild pitch.  The Argos knotted the game at three in the bottom of the sixth inning on a RBI double by Max St. Hilaire (Largo, Fla./St. John’s River State College (Largo HS). In the top of the eighth the Tigers broke the tie scoring the go ahead run on a RBI single up the middle by Turo. The Argos would go in order in the bottom half of the inning as UWA would hold on to take game two, 4-3.Jake Stephens (Marietta, Ga./Northwest Florida State College (Lassiter HS) got the start on the mound for UWF and allowed three runs on five hits while fanning four. Parker would follow in relief and tally his first loss of the season surrendering one run on two hits in one inning. UWA’s Jeremy White picked up the win in relief tossing 2.2 shutout and hitless innings. .West Florida will look to take the series as the play game three tomorrow against the Tigers at 2 p.m. For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.   Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Australia on alert for horse flu

first_imgSYDNEY – Australia went on high alert Thursday after quarantine authorities identified three thoroughbred stallions showing flu symptoms, local media reported. A total of 50 horses are being kept in quarantine until they can be cleared, the Australian Broadcasting Corp. reported. The development follows an outbreak of equine influenza in Japan last week which has thrown into doubt whether last year’s first- and second-place winners of Australia’s biggest horse race, the Melbourne Cup, will compete this year. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

Tomoa Narasaki earns second overall World Cup bouldering title

first_img“I was nervous but it was fun,” the 22-year-old Narasaki said. “I got really confident after barely winning the last round. I felt I had a chance (during the third problem) so I thought I absolutely had to climb up. I want to win the world championships.”Czech climber Adam Ondra relinquished his spot atop the bouldering rankings and landed in second overall after finishing fifth on Saturday.In the women’s competition, Japan’s Akiyo Noguchi claimed second in the final and second overall, while Slovenia’s Janja Garnbret, who was already crowned the women’s overall champion, ended the season perfect with her sixth straight win.France’s Fanny Gibert took third in the women’s bouldering final, while Japan’s Miho Nonaka and Mao Nakamura finished fourth and sixth, respectively. sport climbing, Tomoa Narasaki, bouldering World Cup GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Tomoa Narasaki competes during the men’s bouldering final of the International Federation of Sport Climbing World Cup on Saturday in Vail, Colorado. Narasaki took second place in the event to win the overall series. | AP KEYWORDScenter_img RELATED PHOTOS VAIL, COLORADO – Tomoa Narasaki finished runner-up at the final bouldering World Cup event of the season on Saturday to earn his second overall title in three years.Narasaki, the 2016 overall and world champion, placed second behind compatriot Yoshiyuki Ogata in the final in Vail, Colorado. Ogata topped a World Cup podium for the first time to finish the season in third overall. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

Nicky Thomas joins on one-year deal

first_imgThe tighthead prop, who has spent time on loan at the club for the past two seasons, has linked up with the squad once again, having been released by the Dragons.The 24-year-old has also represented Wales U20, Ospreys and Scarlets.last_img

Alabama men’s hoops to face Oregon in Birmingham

first_imgCoach Avery Johnson and the Alabama men basketball team’s nonconference schedule takes shape.Coach Avery Johnson and the Alabama men basketball team’s nonconference schedule takes shape.TUSCALOOSA – Alabama men’s basketball is returning to Birmingham after a five-year absence to begin a “home-and-home” series with Oregon, the school announced Friday morning.While the rest of the Crimson Tide’s first nonconference schedule under Avery Johnson is still in flux, with several game contracts still being finalized, Alabama was able to confirm the two-year series with the Pac-12 foe.The first game of the matchup will be Dec. 21 at Legacy Arena of the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center in Birmingham, marking the first time the Tide will play basketball in the state’s largest city since facing Oklahoma State in 2011.“We are looking forward to playing a quality team such as Oregon, but we are even more thrilled for the opportunity to play in front of our fans in Birmingham at Legacy Arena,” Johnson said in a statement. “This is something that will be exciting for the University of Alabama fan base, our players and our staff. It’s been five years since an Alabama men’s basketball team has played in Birmingham, so this is something we hope to continue to do on a yearly basis.”The Tide will complete the series with a road game in Eugene, Oregon, during the 2016-17 campaign.Although Alabama’s first nonconference schedule under Johnson is still taking shape, several opponents are already known, including a road game at Dayton on Nov. 17 and a home game against Norfolk State on Jan. 2, according to both the schools’ nonconference schedules released online Thursday.The Tide is also believed to be playing Xavier on Nov. 26 in the first game of the Orlando Classic with a potential matchup with either Wichita State or Southern Cal in the second round, according to a report by CBSSports.com’s Jon Rothstein.An Alabama spokesperson has also confirmed a home-and-home series with Clemson beginning this season but couldn’t confirm a date for either game.The Tide also travels to Hattiesburg, Mississippi, to complete the back end of a home-and-home series with Southern Miss after the Golden Eagles lost 81-67 in Tuscaloosa on Nov. 20 of last season.The rest of the Tide’s nonconference schedule is expected to be announced in the near future.Alabama men’s basketball 2015-16 nonconference scheduleAs of July 24Nov. 17 at DaytonNov. 26 vs. Xavier in Orlando ClassicNov. 27 vs. Wichita State or Southern Cal in Orlando ClassicDec. 21 vs. Oregon in BirminghamJan. 2 vs. Norfolk State in TuscaloosaTBA at ClemsonTBA at Southern MissGo Mobile, Montgomery! Download our apps herelast_img read more

High school volleyball: Airline downs Haughton

first_imgThe Airline Lady Vikings defeated the Haughton Lady Bucs in straight sets in a non-district volleyball game Tuesday at Haughton.Airline won 25-20, 25-16, 25-6. Tori Ligman had seven aces, two kills and 15 digs. Gabby Patronis had six aces, seven kills and nine digs.Airline improved to 13-8. Haughton dropped to 7-9. The Lady Bucs visit Booker T. Washington in a District 1-II match Thursday.Elsewhere, the Parkway Lady Panthers fell to defending district champion Ruston 25-20, 25-11, 25-12 at Parkway.Madison Collins had four kills for Parkway. Hayley Hayden had three kills and one ace. Paris Washington had three aces and one block. Alyssa Colvard had one ace and one dig. Bailee Elliott had one kill and one ace. Faith Ingles and Regan Digilormo had one ace each. Melanie Willis had one block.Parkway (3-5, 0-3) visits Captain Shreve in another district match Thursday. Ruston improved to 14-2 overall with its 12th straight victory and 3-0 in District 1-I. The Benton Lady Tigers lost to Northwood in straight sets in a District 1-II match at Benton.Benton fell to 3-6 overall and 1-3 in district. NOTE: Game statistics provided by coaches.Perfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPersonal Loan | Search AdsGetting a Loan in Hong Kong Might be Easier Than You ThinkPersonal Loan | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

Carlson Misses 2 FGs in OT, Vikings Tie Packers

first_img 360p The Minnesota Vikings (1-0-1) scored 22 fourth quarter points to force overtime, only to miss two field goals in the extra session to end up tying the Packers (1-0-1) 29-29 in Green Bay.Vikings kicker Daniel Carlson missed three field goals, two of which came in overtime —  including a 35-yarder as time ran out.Minnesota trailed by 13 points at the start of the 4th quarter before staging an improbable rally capped by a 22-yard pass from Cousins to Thielen with thirty seconds left in regulation, followed by a two-point conversion pass to Diggs to tie things up 29-29. Auto (360p) About Connatix V56892 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 720p HDcenter_img 1080p HD Vikings quarterback completed 35 passes for 425 yards and four touchdowns. The leading rusher for Minnesota was Dalvin Cook, with 10 carries for 38 yards. Cook also had 3 catches for 52 yards. The top Vikings receiver was Adam Thielen again this week with 12 grabs for 131 yards and a touchdown. Stephon Diggs had a pair of TD catches, and Laquon Treadwell had one touchdown catch.Despite the touchdown, Treadwell had a shaky game — with multiple drops, and a miss that led to a Green Bay interception as Minnesota was attempting to mount the late comeback.Week 2 NFC North StandingsMinnesota Vikings (1-0-1)Green Bay Packers (1-0-1)Chicago Bears (0-1)Detroit Lions (0-2)Next Sunday (9/23) the Vikings host the Buffalo Bills (0-2) at Noon CT at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. (TV: CBS, Radio: AM 1240 WJON)Submit About Connatix V56892 1/1last_img read more

MiLB’s “Copa de la Diversión” 2018 identities revealed

first_img 370 199 Link to post Sports Logos Share on other sites 1,198 Link to post 5,026 First, to echo Thaumatrope, I’m a fan of this rebranding program, just because 1) I like the creativity in logos and 2) teams are trying to connect to a significant demographic in their communities. But is the purpose to sell merchandise or attract fans? You and I can buy a great Corpus Christi Raspas hat, but there’s a better-than-average chance we won’t keep up with the schedule and prospects. Seems like the main purpose of this is to sell conversational merchandise rather than increase fandom of the minor leagues. By Gothamite, March 21, 2018 in Sports Logo News Share on other sites The 51s are the 51s. They’re not the Silver Kings. They’re not the Casino Buffets or the 3 Foot Tall Margaritas. 1 1,284 Share this post Thaumatrope WSU151 Share on other sites Link to post 5,026 Moderators Members 370 Link to post 53,283 posts Posted March 21, 2018 17,487 posts Members 2 4,836 posts 2,279 1,198 Gothamite 22,252 posts Share on other sites Or it could help pull in people who show up for the Flying Chanclas, see entertaining games and come back to see the Missions.  1,284 Members MJWalker45 shaydre1019 Members Or it could help pull in people who show up for the Flying Chanclas, see entertaining games and come back to see the Missions.  0 Share this post poser HoopsCoach55 MJWalker45 Followers 2 4,163 posts Page 1 of 2   Unless you live in a city with a minor league team or you care about pipeline prospects…nobody cares about minor league baseball. This got a lot of traffic yesterday and was super intriguing to the ever growing latino community. They are going to sell so much merch to a large demo that otherwise would have zero interest in these teams. Link to post 802 Posted March 21, 2018 5,026 Go To Topic Listing 22,644 1,027 1,198 This is a short-season Single A club, which means it only has 38 home dates starting from June through September. The club, though, says it will wear the Copa de la Diversión uniforms for five of those home games and wear Portland Mavericks throwbacks for all Monday home games, which is another five home dates.  Share on other sites 2,517 I’m getting very fatigued by these MiLB one-off identity changes. You are who you are. You don’t get to transform yourself to a food themed name one day and a ethnic themed name a couple months later. Members Members Where opinions flow as freely as Marshawn’s dreads. Who is Chesapeake? 2 1 Followers 2 2 Members It’s the Bowie Baysox. 1 minute ago, MJWalker45 said: Members Location:Star City, VA Location:New York Share on other sites Share this post ChicagoOakland 1,198 MiLB’s “Copa de la Diversión” 2018 identities revealed 370 Posted March 21, 2018 Members Share this post Favourite Logos:Seattle Mariners current primary, Golden State Warriors ’88-’96 and current primaries, both Carolina Panthers primaries, San Jose Sharks current primary. Posted March 21, 2018 20 hours ago, MJWalker45 said: 393 2,279 Forums Home 9 minutes ago, WSU151 said: Share this post 2 hours ago, gosioux76 said: Link to post 0 Members 8,685 262 posts Location:OKC, OK 284 posts 370 Posted March 22, 2018 HoopsCoach55 Share this post Posted March 21, 2018 17,646 posts Members Link to post 7,146 I don’t mind these if they are, indeed, one-offs. But just look at the Hillsboro Hops, a team with a stellar identity on its own. Members However, as a counterpoint, I would argue that any brand that can be undone by events like these wasn’t a strong enough brand to start with. Case in point: Oklahoma City. The Cielo Azule is heads and shoulders better than their regular Dodgers identity. I doubt that they would ever make the switch permanent, but if it outsells their other gear…maybe it will get them to re-evaluate. San Antonio Missions will become the Flying Chanclas. Members Posted March 22, 2018 Posted March 22, 2018 1,198 22,644 Sports Logo News Link to post I would not be surprised if a few of these get translated into English and become permanent identities. MiLB wants to move away from using the parent organization’s name as minor league team names, so for teams still carrying a parent’s name (like the OKC Dodgers), I would guess they’re considering rebranding. I don’t think you’d see the Oklahoma City Cielo Azul as a full-time name, but the Oklahoma City Blue Sky? That’s possible. Same goes for the Pawtucket Polar Bears (even if Rhode Island is thousands of miles from actual polar bears). Thaumatrope SportsLogos.Net MiLB’s “Copa de la Diversión” 2018 identities revealed All Activity Might have to pick up one of those Brooklyn Jefes caps.  Love the crown/bridge mashup. kroywen Location:Tampa Bay 393 I find I’m much more open to the Copa de la Diversión rebrands than the various food-related one offs. At their best, they’re a an excellent opportunity to expand and strengthen an existing brand by embracing a part of the local community (see: Charlotte, Durham, Hartford, Kannapolis, Memphis, and Pawtucket). At their worst they’re a transparent attempt to sell some merch and generate some buzz (see: Brooklyn, Corpus Christi, Lehigh Valley, Round Rock, Sacramento, San Antonio, and San Bernardino). I definitely agree that this latter group could be accused of cheapening their brand…but I’d argue that some of these organizations (I’m looking at you Brooklyn and Lehigh Valley) have already demonstrated a willingness to indulge in branding stunts and if it wasn’t Copa de la Diversión it would be something else.  Then there are the rebrands that don’t appear to be related to the core identity, but are still very compelling brands in their own right (see: Eugene, Oklahoma City, Stockton, and Winston-Salem). I honestly don’t know where they fall on the spectrum, but ultimately I subscribe to the idea that good branding is good branding regardless of its origins. If that means having to stomach the likes of the Lehigh Valley Tocino…so be it. 4 Come on, Lake Elsinore and Kane County. All you had to do was copy/paste into Google Translate, were you too lazy to even do that? Also, LOL at the Flying Chanclas. Link to post Share on other sites Location:Cincinnati MJWalker45 Prev Grand Pooba of Walksylvania 894 posts San Antonio Missions will become the Flying Chanclas. 4,836 posts 0 Forums Home ChicagoOakland Share this post Dilbert 7,146 22,644 Share this post 7,146 199 Next WSU151 The 51s are the 51s. They’re not the Silver Kings. They’re not the Casino Buffets or the 3 Foot Tall Margaritas. Where opinions flow as freely as Marshawn’s dreads. Share this post 8,685 kroywen 370 So because of these promotions, they’ll be playing more than one-quarter of their home games in identities other than their own.  I’m getting very fatigued by these MiLB one-off identity changes. You are who you are. You don’t get to transform yourself to a food themed name one day and a ethnic themed name a couple months later. Link to post MJWalker45 ChicagoOakland Moderators shaydre1019 All Activity Link to post Posted March 22, 2018 Posted March 22, 2018 4,033 posts 53,283 posts 284 posts shaydre1019 1 Link to post Link to post Unless you live in a city with a minor league team or you care about pipeline prospects…nobody cares about minor league baseball. This got a lot of traffic yesterday and was super intriguing to the ever growing latino community. They are going to sell so much merch to a large demo that otherwise would have zero interest in these teams. Share this post Share this post Posted March 22, 2018 Share on other sites Share on other sites Share on other sites Members Posted March 22, 2018 Sports Logos five boroughs, one City. That monarcas cap is really awesome, I’d love to see a team take up that mascot full time.  Location:Houston, Texas 1 TBGKon henburg Link to post First, I’m a fan of this rebranding program, just because 1) I like the creativity in logos and 2) teams are trying to connect to a significant demographic in their communities. But is the purpose to sell merchandise or attract fans? You and I can buy a great Corpus Christi Raspas hat, but there’s a better-than-average chance we won’t keep up with the schedule and prospects. Seems like the main purpose of this is to sell conversational merchandise rather than increase fandom of the minor leagues. Location:San Antonio, Texas Posted March 22, 2018 Cielo Azul de Oklahoma City? Not bad, not sure about the Thunder colors, but not bad. Prev This is a short-season Single A club, which means it only has 38 home dates starting from June through September. The club, though, says it will wear the Copa de la Diversión uniforms for five of those home games and wear Portland Mavericks throwbacks for all Monday home games, which is another five home dates.  Share this post 8,685 0 Share on other sites 894 posts 1,227 posts 17,487 posts Share this post The 51s are the 51s. They’re not the Silver Kings. They’re not the Casino Buffets or the 3 Foot Tall Margaritas. 1 poser I think it’s a safe bet that something like that happens…but I wish I could see the data to see if it’s significant. 1,027 199 1,198 Share on other sites 5,026 1,027 Members 22,644 Location:Nashville, TN henburg 2 26,933 posts Gothamite 2,517 Members 8,685 SportsLogos.Net 2 I don’t mind these if they are, indeed, one-offs. But just look at the Hillsboro Hops, a team with a stellar identity on its own. This is so awesome, but i’m honestly surprised that these got approved bc of the violent nature of the Chancla haha. Link to post 1,027 MiLB has unveiled the on-field identities for its expanded “Copa de la Diversión” Hispanic-themed event.  They run the gamut from “awesome” to “profoundly stupid”. Posted March 21, 2018 Gothamite Who is Chesapeake? San Jose Giants failed this hard Considering that minor league baseball attendance is often measured in the low thousands, doesn’t take much to be significant.  9 2 Share on other sites Share this post 1,779 1,779 1,779 blah 3 hours ago, LMU said: Page 1 of 2   Posted March 22, 2018 Location:St. Louis 1 Share on other sites Location:Houston, Texas Sign in to follow this   Location:Torrance, California Posted March 22, 2018 1 hour ago, LMU said: 0 Link to post Share this post minor league baseball ChicagoOakland Posted March 22, 2018 802 That’s a fair point. Its worh noting that Eugene and Everett are in roughly similar positions (the Sasquatch-Emerlads being the weakest of the three brands IMHO). 1 Share on other sites Thaumatrope I’m getting very fatigued by these MiLB one-off identity changes. You are who you are. You don’t get to transform yourself to a food themed name one day and a ethnic themed name a couple months later. So because of these promotions, they’ll be playing more than one-quarter of their home games in identities other than their own.  Sign in to follow this   1,027 Posted March 22, 2018 Share on other sites Gothamite 802 8,685 WSU151 5,026 Location:Star City, VA five boroughs, one City. Posted March 22, 2018 874 posts 8,685 5,026 LMU 1 Posted March 22, 2018 1,027 1 hour ago, shaydre1019 said: 22,252 posts Location:San Antonio, Texas Share on other sites gosioux76 Link to post 3 1 hour ago, Dilbert said: gosioux76 Dilbert WSU151 Link to post Share this post Link to post Location:DC area 370 Do you has the five bucks? Link to post Location:DC area Share this post Now that I’m thinking this over, a select few of these one-offs could honestly work as permanent identities. If I’m the Inland Empire 66ers, I’m having the hard conversation on whether we become the Cucuys de San Bernardino next year. Favourite Logos:Seattle Mariners current primary, Golden State Warriors ’88-’96 and current primaries, both Carolina Panthers primaries, San Jose Sharks current primary. Share on other sites 1,284 Members 2,279 22,644 Share on other sites Thaumatrope Grand Pooba of Walksylvania 0 Share this post Members TBGKon Share this post LMU 2 Next 22,644 This topic is now closed to further replies. 2,517 393 Recommended Posts Share on other sites Share this post 1,501 posts shaydre1019 Sports Logo News MiLB’s “Copa de la Diversión” 2018 identities revealedlast_img read more

Wolves tabled €20m offer for playmaker in Janaury, transfer talks set…

first_imgFanatik report Trabzonspor’s midfielder Yusuf Yazici is attracting interest from Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers and both clubs are set for transfer talks at the end of the season. The Turkish newspaper has claimed Wolves are still heavily interested in signing the 22 year old after reportedly making an offer during the last winter transfer window.According to Fanatik, Wolves offered €20m to Trabzonspor to sign Yazici but the Turkish club didn’t want to lose him midway through the season.However, Fanatik say Trabzonspor and Wolves will recommence talks this summer over a potential transfer.It’s also reported that despite getting offers from elsewhere, Yazici’s preference is to play in the Premier League and Trabzonspor president Ahmet Agaoglu will not stand in his way.Wolves will be looking to add to their squad for next season after an impressive first campaign back in the English top flight.The youngster has scored one goal for Trabzonspor this season in 22 matches and is under contract with the Super Lig club until June 2022.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is a Must-Have. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoPremier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond BoutiqueUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoDating.comThe Most Handsome Men In Hong Kong On This Dating SiteDating.comUndoPerfect-Dating.comReveal Tung Chung As The Best City to Date for Love & RomancePerfect-Dating.comUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉(今晚試試)Keto减肥UndoCNBC InternationalHere’s How Big Businesses in Singapore Are Managing the Impact of COVID-19.CNBC InternationalUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50Undolast_img read more