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  1. Lets begin our rebuild this summer (2023) Let me starts : Many unconfirm reports of players linking with Liverpool FC this summer. 1) Central Defender PAVARD from Bayen Munich
  2. Anybody posted this? https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/malaysia-pm-mahathir-mohamad-puzzled-why-johor-crown-prince-unaware-of-upcoming-ship-to PUBLISHED7 HOURS AGO UPDATED1 HOUR AGO Hazlin HassanMalaysia Correspondent PUTRAJAYA - Malaysia is developing a US$150 to US$180 million (S$204 million to S$244 million) project off Johor’s Port of Tanjung Pelepas to enable ships to transfer their cargo to other vessels without having to dock at the piers, in a move that officials say will allow higher shipping flexibility and cut costs for shippers. The 1,200-ha facility, an area more than three times the size of Sentosa island, will be built in the Strait of Johor facing Tuas. The project, in the Johor Baru port waters, is billed as the “world’s biggest” ship-to-ship (STS) transfer facility. It will be able to accommodate up to 30 vessels at one time. Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad witnessed the project’s signing ceremony on Tuesday (April 2) in Putrajaya, involving Malaysian maritime services company KA Petra and Hong Kong-based port operator Hutchison Ports. KA Petra on its website says ship-to-ship transfer involves “cargo transfer operations between 2 seagoing vessels, either while stationary or underway.” The new hub will have man-made “dolphin” mooring structures to berth vessels without the need for piers or docks, and at lower costs for shippers. Hutchison Ports, which will take a 30 per cent stake in the project, is among the biggest port operators in the world and owns a stake in Port Klang. Tun Mahathir, asked at a news conference later, said the project won’t encroach into Singapore waters. Malaysia plans 'ship-to-ship hub' in Johor Baru port waters, raising hackles in Johor He also took a swipe at the Johor crown prince, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, who had posted on his Facebook claims by a non-governmental organisation that Johoreans did not know about the project, and that the federal government keeping the Johor state government in the dark. “This project has been discussed over a long time. There were problems we had when Singapore said we are encroaching. We are not encroaching. We are in our waters and I think this is public knowledge,” he told a news conference after the signing ceremony. PM 'puzzled' why TMJ unaware of upcoming JB ship-to-ship hub “So if people don’t know, well I don’t have to go around telling people one by one, do you know or not, do you know or not,” he said. “Singapore knows about this, they had contested (and) we had showed them that this is in Malaysian waters, not in Singapore waters,” he added. The question about possible encroachment into Singapore waters was asked as Singapore and Malaysia are involved in a maritime dispute in the Strait of Johor, sparked by Malaysia’s decision to extend the Johor Baru port limits last Oct 25. On Dec 6 last year, Singapore also extended its port limits to the full extent of its territorial waters. The tense stand-off saw a promised turnaround in March, when both countries agreed to jointly suspend their overlapping port claims as a step to begin talks to delimit the maritime boundary in the area. But Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said on Monday (April 1) that two Malaysian government vessels remain anchored in disputed waters off Tuas, a fortnight after Singapore and Putrajaya jointly agreed to suspend the overlapping port claims.
  3. This should be a good starting point. Monaco reject world record £103 million bid for Kylian Mbappe from Real Madrid Many clubs after him but Monaco is unlikely to sell
  4. Starting the ball rolling will be Champion Leicester. Leicester City have agreed a deal to sign Genk midfielder Wilfred Ndidi for £15m. Will be completed early January.
  5. Starting the ball rolling: BREAKING NEWS: West Ham to sign Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Havard Nordtveit on free transfer. Nordtveit will join West Ham on 1 July 2016. [sky Sports]
  6. First up, SSN reported that according to their sources,Newcastle will talk to Patrick Vieira about becoming their new manager
  7. 12/13 season ended. Man U worthy winners and the legendary manager takes a bow and calls time on his illustrious career. All eyes on transfers now. Will share info I received, regardless of clubs. However mostly will be Liverpool as I have more sources on them. To start off, one bad and one good rumoured deals for Liverpool. Bad: Reina leaving for Barcelona.
  8. Hi everyone Thinking of getting a used car but the car has a few owners within 2+ years. Is it possible to check the date of transfers for the previous owners? Thanks
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