Photo in Mayville show Thursday storm damage. Via Mike Mattson / Facebook. 07/16/20.UPDATE: Chautauqua County Tornado Classified As EF1, Reached Max Wind Speed Of 100JAMESTOWN — Several tornado warnings were issued in Chautauqua and Cattaraugus Counties Thursday evening, bringing substantial rain and even damage to some areas.Strong to severe storms passed by the region with heavy rain, lightning, gusty winds, and a few possible tornado’s.The National Weather Service at 4:19 p.m., reported a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located near Evangola State Park, or 13 miles east of Dunkirk, moving northeast at 20 m.p.h.Then at 5:50 p.m. another severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located near Falconer, or near Jamestown, moving east at 25 mph. As of 7:40 p.m. both have moved out of the area.Crews with the weather service may inspect the area in the coming days to determine if there was a tornado(s) and how strong they were, or if damage was caused by straight line winds.Photos of possible tornado damage was taken near Mayville in the second batch of storms.Photo in Mayville shows Thursday storm damage. Via Mike Mattson / Facebook. 07/16/20.Photo in Mayville show Thursday storms damage. Via Mike Mattson / Facebook. 07/16/20.These storms also produced heavy tropical like rainfall with up to 2 inches in some spots.For the remainder of the evening it will quiet down. A severe thunderstorm watch remains in an effect until 9 p.m. That may likely be dropped early as the storms move out. Otherwise it will be cloudy tonight with a few showers possible and lows in the upper 60’s. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
April 1, 2004 Regular News Tips for the young lawyer Preparing a case for trial Francisco Ramos, Jr. When should you start preparing for trial? Days before? Weeks before? The best time to start preparing for trial is at the start of the case.Start every case with the end in mind — the verdict you want — and pursue that end during every step in the litigation. You cannot assume that your case will settle. Do not prepare to settle a case. Prepare to try it. That way, if you do settle it, it will be due in part to your trial preparation. And if you do not settle it, you will be prepared to try the case and win.The following are some suggestions to keep in mind to help you achieve the results you seek at trial:• Develop a trial theme. At trial, you should have a theme around which you will present your case. The theme serves as the foundation of your case. Everything you do during the course of litigation should build on that theme. Keep it simple and short. You should start developing your theme as early as possible. With a theme in mind, you can start thinking about what evidence you will want to introduce at trial and what evidence you will want to keep out. The theme will assist you in deciding what motions to file, what witnesses to interview, whom to depose, and what to ask them to advance your theme.During litigation, you may realize that your theme needs some tweaking or deserves to be discarded and be replaced altogether. You are better off if you realize that your theme doesn’t work early on in the case, when you have enough time to change it, than to realize it on the eve of trial, when it is too late for improvisations.• Be first. Always be a step ahead of opposing counsel. You want to be proactive and set the course of litigation. Be the first to interview witnesses, to serve written discovery, to subpoena records from third parties and take depositions. Being first often affects the outcome of litigation. The first attorney to interview witnesses can take their sworn statements and lock them into their testimony. The first to serve discovery gets a jump on obtaining records and facts to support his case. Also, by pushing your case ahead, you show the other side that you and your client are in control.• Think out of the box. What can you do differently? Look at your case from different perspectives. Be creative. Are there other causes of actions you can plead? Other defenses to raise? Are there other witnesses or other documents which may support your case? Too often, lawyers get into a rut of following the same protocol when they work on a certain type of case. Don’t fall into this trap. Whether it’s a slip and fall or breach of contract, think of new ways to approach the case.• Think your case through. When you first start a case, develop a case strategy. Figure out what you need to do to win at trial and prepare a step-by-step plan to achieve your goal. Developing a plan ensures that everything you do has a purpose. Without a detailed plan, you’re likely to pursue avenues and do things which do nothing to advance your case, or worse, undermine it.• Do your research. Spend some quality time in the library to research the elements of the causes of action in your case and the affirmative defenses. You need to know what each side has to prove to win his case, what discovery to pursue, what to ask witnesses in deposition, and what motions to file.• Read the jury instructions. If you are plaintiff’s counsel, the jury instructions tell you what elements you have to prove to win at trial. If you are defense counsel, the instructions give you a road map to poking holes in your opponent’s case. From the beginning of the case, you need to know what the jury instructions expect you to present to a jury, so that during every step in the litigation you are gathering those facts in the interrogatories and request for production you propound, the subpoena for records you issue, and in the questions you ask in depositions.Having the facts you need to win shouldn’t be an accident. If you don’t know the jury instructions from the beginning of the case, the information you elicit which supports your case will be nothing more than coincidental. Know what you need to prove at trial and take the needed steps to elicit that information.• Have the court enter a scheduling order. Some courts enter detailed scheduling orders which spell out each phase of discovery and pre-trial deadlines. Others provide less guidance. Whether you are the plaintiff or the defendant, take steps to ensure that a detailed scheduling order is entered spelling out deadlines for expert disclosure, who discloses first, physical examinations of the plaintiff, depositions, etc.• File dispositive motions early. If you can win on summary judgment, start building your case early and file your motion as soon as it is appropriate to do so. Early analysis can help you isolate the weaknesses in your opponent’s case, one or more of which may be fatal.• Get your experts lined up early. Due to the expense, many clients prefer to delay the hiring of experts. However, being an ounce wise may prove to be a pound foolish. Experts can help you evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your case and that of your opponent. An expert can help you develop your case strategy and determine what discovery to propound and what questions to ask at deposition.• Let the client know what to expect. Whether it is the cost associated with trial or what the outcome may be, make sure your client knows what to expect if the case goes to trial.Success at trial is not an accident. It takes time and preparation, and that commitment of time and effort starts at the very inception of the case and continues through the time of trial. There are no shortcuts. Think through your case, come up with a theme and game plan, and commit all your energies to seeing your goals fulfilled. Francisco Ramos, Jr. is a senior associate with Clarke Silverglate Campbell Williams & Montgomery in Miami, practicing in the areas of commercial and personal injury litigation. He can be reached at (305) 377-0700 or email@example.com. Tips for the young lawyer
149SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details When you were in school, there was probably a time in your life when it was super uncool to ask questions. You either didn’t want to ask the question with the easy answer that you should have known, or you just didn’t want the attention to be on you. Whatever the case, here are three reasons you should always speak up when questions arise…Questions can show interest: Asking questions will let everyone around you know that you’re engaged with whatever is going on. The better the question, the more interested you will appear. Whether you’re in a meeting with colleagues or having a conversation with a friend or loved one, asking questions will let them know that you care about what is being discussed.Questions can lead to breakthroughs: Anytime you’re working on project, there will always be obstacles that come into play. Asking questions about the products and services that you provide is a great way to help make those products and services the best they can be. Just because something is working, doesn’t mean it couldn’t work even better. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” isn’t always true.Questions can help you remember: Asking questions about something you don’t understand is a great way to learn and remember information that you’re given. You don’t always remember everything you read, but by engaging with someone on a particular subject, you’re more likely to be able to recall that information later on.
The NCUA in October issued two prohibition notices, which bar individuals previously associated with credit unions from any future participation in the affairs of a federally insured financial institution.Violation of a prohibition order is a felony offense punishable by imprisonment and a fine of up to $1 million. The names and details from last month’s prohibition notices follow:Ashley Bagley, a former employee of Great Northwest Federal Credit Union in Aberdeen, Wash., was sentenced on the charge of theft in the first degree. Kevin Biederman, a former employee of Philadelphia Federal Credit Union in Philadelphia, Pa., was sentenced on the charges of conspiracy to commit money laundering and bank bribery. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
“She must be in a good place to win if after two fences I’m not happy, as it is a long way to go in a championship race. The previous Arkle winner was second and everyone else was in another parish, so fair play to her.“Yes, she has three from three here, but I think that is coincidence – if they were run anywhere else she would have won. She has won on all sorts of tracks, but if you are going to like a course, and especially be a two-miler, the Old Course at Cheltenham is the place to be, isn’t it?“I think she can (take the step up to be a Queen Mother horse). Whether that means winning or being competitive, time will tell.“She is value for more today, considering the feel I got all the way round. She will be there in the money, whether she is first or fourth you don’t know. She is a credit to connections.”Nicholls said of the second: “I was a bit nervous about the ground. I think on better ground he would finish better.“A flatter track would suit him better, but I wasn’t expecting that as I didn’t know what to expect. I would say watching that, slightly better ground, he would bounce off it. It was an almighty run.”Philip Hobbs said of Defi Du Seuil: “He just got very tired very quickly after jumping the second last and Dickie (Richard Johnson) just thought there was no point after that jumping the last, but he seems to be OK after the race.”Johnson added: “Defi du Seuil was going well. However, he was very tired jumping the second last. I just thought it was the right thing to do to pull him up after that, but he does seem to be fine after the race.” Harry Cobden kicked again on Duc De Genievres and looked sure to hold on, but Henry de Bromhead’s mare stuck to her task gamely and the 7-4 chance ended up winning going away by a length and a quarter.The winner was given a 12-1 quote by Coral for the Champion Chase in March.Odds-on favourite Defi Du Seuil was pulled up early in the straight, having been behind in the early stages following a mistake at the first, before finding little for pressure at the finish.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Coleman said: “She has done very well. She has got a massive heart this filly as she hated the ground. She was never happy the whole way.“It was a testament to her ability and her attitude as it was a hard race for her. Since November last year, she has only run once, so she might be a touch rusty. When I got on top, I won well.“If you look at the form of the Arkle Trial (that Put The Kettle On won last year) it doesn’t stand up, but if you look at the Arkle, it is probably strong form.- Advertisement – Last season’s Arkle winner Put The Kettle On maintained her unbeaten record at Cheltenham when collaring Duc Des Genievres in the Shloer Chase.Normally a front-runner, Put The Kettle On’s rider Aidan Coleman was content to let Duc Des Genievres set a brisk early pace on his first run for Paul Nicholls, but Put The Kettle On and Defi Du Seuil closed in coming down the hill.- Advertisement –
The US Federal Reserve moved Tuesday to ensure the flow of credit to US companies, banks and even local governments amid a nationwide scramble for ways to blunt the economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis.The Fed in the morning announced it would reopen the so-called Commercial Paper Funding Facility to underwrite the short-term loans that companies often use to pay for their operations, a key financial market backstop first set up 2007 to 2009.At day’s end it extended its reach as the economy’s lender of last resort to the two dozen Wall Street primary dealers who are critical to the functioning of bond and other financial markets. By letting those companies pledge municipal bonds, corporate debt and equity securities as collateral for 90-day Fed loans, the Fed aimed to keep credit flowing to parts the economy that may face an unfolding nationwide cash crunch. The actions were approved by the US Treasury Secretary under emergency rules that broaden the Fed’s lending powers beyond the banks that are its usual customers. The move came as US officials sought to prevent public health steps such as business shutdowns from causing widespread economic harm.Fed Chair Jerome Powell and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi discussed efforts that might be put into play by the Fed or other branches of the US government, according to a Pelosi spokesman. Debates about other facilities were ongoing, and US elected officials were contemplating hundreds of billions of dollars of relief in the form of checks mailed to every household.While highly technical, the commercial paper program was a critical piece of the Fed’s response to the financial crisis a decade ago, at its peak in January 2009 providing US$350 billion to banks, insurance companies, the financing arms of automakers, other manufacturers and other businesses.The measure was welcomed by analysts and helped stock markets rise more than 4 percent following a dramatic selloff over the past week. The US central bank has been forced to take several emergency actions over the past two weeks to keep the economy afloat. On Sunday, it slashed interest rates to near zero and pledged hundreds of billions of dollars in asset purchases.The Fed may still have more to come, with policymakers voicing support for other types of lending, and the New York Fed expanding yet again the short-term funding it is making available to financial firms.The amount offered in “repurchase” agreements will now be $1 trillion daily, half in the morning and half in the afternoon – an amount that may be mostly symbolic as firms have so far only tapped a fraction of what the Fed has offered.In comments to CNN International, Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said his expected outlook is for a “mild” recession, but nothing would be certain until the virus is under control.“The question is are we going to follow the path of South Korea and Japan, which seem like they’ve done a good job so far managing the crisis without shutting down their economies? Or are we going to head to Italy and Spain, where we would have to shut down our economy effectively for the foreseeable future? That could lead to a very, very deep recession.”Stress in the commercial paper market in recent weeks raised worries that the intensifying efforts made to slow the spread of the virus could leave companies stranded without cash flow or an easy and cheap way to borrow – forcing them towards layoffs or worse.Going the social distanceAnalysts said the Fed’s step was a welcome one, but that both the central bank and elected leaders may need to go further to combat what one called the “social distancing recession.”Health officials have said the best way to slow the spread of COVID-19 is for people to stay away from each other, advice that has led to a quarantine in San Francisco, and the ordered closing of schools, restaurants and bars in other cities.The Fed’s action today “is a smart move…The advantage now is we can stop conditions from getting worse,” in important funding markets, said Gregory Faranello, head of US rates at Amerivet Securities in New York.To truly buffer against trouble to come, however, may require more aggressive steps if the estimated 35 million people in the US restaurant, entertainment and related industries start to get laid off in large numbers, said David Kelly, chief global strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management.“The question is are authorities doing all that they can to soften the blow of the social distancing recession?,” Kelly said. “I don’t think we’re there yet…There’s going to be a lot of human misery out there.”The Fed at least felt its moves today could keep corporate cash flow troubles from deepening into problems of solvency.“An improved commercial paper market will enhance the ability of businesses to maintain employment and investment as the nation deals with the coronavirus outbreak,” the Fed said in a statement issued Tuesday morning.Even as the program was rolled out, policymakers flagged they were ready to do even more to put the power of the Fed’s purse to work to blunt what many economists argue is now a recession in all but name.Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said in a statement that if markets continue to show stress, she would support restarting other programs from the 2007 to 2009 era such as the Term Auction Facility to provide more flexible lending to banks.“Lack of liquidity in financial markets is a first-order problem that can reverberate through the financial system and the economy,” she said. 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Press Release, Restore Pennsylvania Allentown, PA – Governor Tom Wolf toured the Hiram Dodd Elementary School in Allentown today to see first-hand the progress in removing lead paint in classrooms which can cause health problems. The governor outlined how Restore Pennsylvania, the most aggressive infrastructure proposal in generations, would help schools to address lead and other contaminants.“Pennsylvania has many older schools with lead paint and other contaminants,” said Governor Wolf. “I commend Allentown and other communities for working on this problem, but we must do more.“Restore Pennsylvania is the boldest infrastructure plan in generations. It could provide more funding so we can continue to remove the danger of contaminants in our schools and make our classrooms safe for students and teachers.”Governor Wolf’s proposed Restore Pennsylvania plan is funded by monetizing a commonsense severance tax. Over the next four years, $4.5 billion would be provided for high-impact projects throughout the commonwealth. The investment would help communities address needs to remove lead paint, protect against flash flooding, combat blight, and expand high-speed internet and green infrastructure. These are all projects that communities need but lack the necessary funding to complete.“Our children deserve to learn in healthy and safe classrooms,” said Governor Wolf. “Parents and teachers should not have to worry about the health risks of contaminants, like lead paint and dust in schools.”The governor was joined on the tour by Allentown School District Superintendent Thomas Parker and state Representative Peter Schweyer. The tour included a classroom with flaking lead paint and a classroom with a completed remediation project.“People across Pennsylvania expect their state government to make meaningful investments in infrastructure and neighborhoods,” said Rep. Peter Schweyer. “Governor Wolf’s bold yet responsible Restore PA proposal will inject much needed energy and resources into older communities like Allentown and help residents across the state. I’m proud to be a strong supporter of Restore PA.”“The Allentown School District has 19 buildings that were built before 1950. In districts like ours, investing in repairing and updating buildings is critical. The district has invested more than $21.4 million in addressing these issues in the past five years,” said Allentown School District Superintendent Thomas Parker. “Additionally, we are building a new facility to ensure that our students are in the best learning environments, while working to manage constraints in our resources. Receiving extra funds to support building concerns is significant. We applaud Governor Wolf’s efforts to provide additional funding to update aging facilities in districts like ours.”Lead Paint RemediationRestore Pennsylvania will fund expanded efforts to remove lead and other contaminants from communities. Studies continue to find elevated lead levels in blood tests of Pennsylvania’s youngest residents, a result of Pennsylvania’s older housing stock, 70 percent of which was built before the 1978 ban on lead paint. Long-term exposure to lead paint can have devastating developmental consequences including lowered-IQ, memory problems, and other neurological and behavioral effects.Flooding Prevention and RecoveryRestore Pennsylvania will provide funding for flood prevention that will protect against severe weather and save homes and businesses in flood prone areas across the state. Restore Pennsylvania will provide funding to help towns and cities prepare for flooding and severe weather, upgrade flood walls and levees, replace high-hazard dams, and conduct stream restoration and maintenance. Restore Pennsylvania will also establish a disaster relief trust fund to assist individuals who suffer losses that are not compensated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency or other programs.BlightRestore Pennsylvania will increase resources for addressing blight by providing financial resources at the local level to establish land banks and acquire and demolish blighted buildings in order to create new development opportunities or provide new green space. The funding will be administered by entities established by the legislature as land banks or demolition funds.BroadbandRestore Pennsylvania will provide funding to completely bridge the digital divide in every community in Pennsylvania, making Pennsylvania a better place to work, do business, and live. Grants will be available to support installation of infrastructure to bring high speed internet to every corner of the commonwealth. Funding will support every phase of the process from feasibility testing to connection.View the full Restore Pennsylvania plan. Governor Wolf Visits Allentown School District, Highlights How Restore Pennsylvania Could Help Remove Lead Paint April 11, 2019 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has confirmed it will press ahead with a series of potentially controversial amendments to its IAS 19 asset-ceiling guidance known as IFRIC 14.A total of 10 board members agreed the move at the standard setter’s 13 December meeting.Lane Clark & Peacock LLP’s Tim Marklew said: “I see the IFRIC 14 amendments as a huge issue for UK companies.”He added that he saw the changes as less worrying than parallel amendments to International Accounting Standard 19, Employee Benefits (IAS 19), which deals with the need to update plan assumptions. Last month, the LCP warned that the shift in focus of the way the committee drafted its proposals could affect more DB plan sponsors than first believed.The IFRIC 14 changes in their current form could force schemes to recognise an additional liability where a scheme’s trustees have the power to mount a buyout.The news comes as scheme sponsors battle to contain ballooning pension deficits brought in a low-interest-rate environment.The International Financial Reporting Standards Interpretations Committee (IFRS IC) proposed the IFRIC 14 amendment in 2015.It is intended to clarify how sponsors should take account of the right a third party might have to wind up a plan or adjust member benefits without the sponsor’s consent.In general terms, the amendment means a sponsor does not have an unconditional right to a surplus if other parties can use the surplus to enhance members’ benefits.Although a sponsor can recognise a surplus even if trustees can wind up a plan without its consent, the sponsor cannot assume a gradual settlement of plan liabilities.It is this aspect of the proposed changes that has provoked the most concern among IASB watchers.LCP’s Tim Marklew added: “In other words, the committee is closing off the route whereby some companies assumed a plan would simply run off in line with assumptions where the trustees have the power to buy out the scheme.”Finally, the committee has also ruled that a decision by trustees to purchase an annuity as a plan asset does not affect the sponsor’s ability to claim a refund.Critics of this proposal argued that it draws a false line between a buy-in and a buyout.The latest amendment to IFRIC 14 looks at how an entity assesses the availability of a refund when other parties can either adjust member benefits or wind up a plan without the sponsor’s consent.It does not deal with the availability of a reduction in future contributions.Staff signalled during the meeting that they would clarify in drafting that a power to settle plan liabilities individually with plan members is not caught by the interpretation.
GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund (SWF), along with PGIM, the global investment management arm of Prudential Financial, have created a framework that links top-down asset allocation with bottom-up private asset investing.The platform is aimed at supporting investors that are increasingly faced with the difficult choice between potentially higher portfolio returns and greater liquidity, under the strains of the current market volatility.In a joint paper, the duo said investors seeking higher returns and better portfolio diversification have been increasing their allocations to private assets.However, GIC and PGIM said that as this allocation increases, the liquidity characteristics of investors’ portfolios change, and this shift comes at “the cost of decreasing portfolio liquidity”. In the short term, some asset owners may be unable to meet immediate portfolio liquidity demands, they added.“By measuring the potential tradeoff between asset allocations, total portfolio performance and the frequency of certain liquidity events with different severities, this framework can help investors quantify the interaction between their portfolio structure and performance, and formalise their decision-making around portfolio liquidity choices,” the paper stated.For asset allocators, liquidity risk is one of the most critical, but least quantified risk dimensions in portfolio construction, it added.Unlike fluctuations in returns, which tend to have a transitory impact, liquidity can be a matter of survival.“Even investors without explicit obligations (eg, some SWFs) may have critical liquidity needs – such as rebalancing the portfolio to manage risk, or having enough dry powder to provide support during periods of market dislocation.”Many institutional investors often model cashflow with illiquid private assets on a deal-by-deal basis, or at the aggregated strategy/vintage level, the paper continued, while portfolio construction is conducted by the team responsible for top-down asset allocation.“The limitation of such an arrangement is that portfolio asset allocation decisions often do not consider bottom-up cash flow information and, likewise, the deal teams usually do not formulate their commitment strategies in a total portfolio context.”Managing illiquiditySorca Kelly-Scholte, managing director and head of EMEA pensions solutions & advisory at JP Morgan Asset Management, said the GIC/PGIM report sets out a useful framework to help investors assess and manage private market illiquidity.“The analysis appears to focus on private equity, in particular using PME (public market equivalent) measures and focussing on drawdown of commitments and return of capital to investors,” she said.“It could usefully be extended to real assets, and in particular to income-oriented and open-ended structures – where the bulk of the return derives from income that forms a stable source of ongoing cashflow and liquidity to investors,” she continued, adding that this could be a particularly useful source of stability during periods of market crisis.“Private equity is less likely to return cash and potentially more likely to call on commitments, and liquid assets can see rapid falls in value, presenting a risk of forced fire-sales,” she said.Padraig Brown, Mercer’s head of real estate – Pacific, told IPE that COVID-19 showed diversification of assets to be essential.Some investments that outperformed in the global financial crisis (eg, shopping centres) have borne the brunt of government-enforced social distancing measures in the current crisis, he said.Brown noted that most real assets have strong cash generation characteristics. “Cash is gold in a liquidity crisis, and retaining distributions from real assets allows portfolios to meet commitment calls, cure breaches of banking covenants and take advantage of distressed pricing.”
All the attention was on the Red Devils’ record goalscorer as the Rams hosted his old team and he caught the eye in more ways than one. Far from taking the 34-year-old’s greeting the wrong way, United fans on social media found the moment hilarious. And Pereira himself did not seem bothered at all as he patted Rooney on the back having helped his side to a 3-0 win.Advertisement The ex-England ace received a rapturous reception from the away end at Pride Park after featuring in the Derby midfield for the full 90 minutes. Pereira, meanwhile, came off the bench for the final 25 minutes and failed to add to the lone goal he has scored in 2019/20. Having arrived at Old Trafford from PSV Eindhoven’s youth academy in 2011, the 24-year-old spent five seasons with Rooney including two alongside him in the first-team. Read Also:Ighalo idolises Rooney, calls him a Fighter After the slap was witnessed on social media, fans expressed their delight with one user, Henry, joking: “Why does everyone bully Andreas.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art8 Scenes That Prove TV Has Gone Too FarA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The Best Cars Of All Time7 Breathtaking Train Stations Around The Globe7 Netflix Shows Cancelled Because They Don’t Get The RatingsWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Top 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesBest Car Manufacturers In The World Wayne Rooney sent Manchester United fans into hysterics after the FA Cup win over Derby by giving Andreas Pereira a cheeky slap. Loading…