Appeal court confirms 18-month jail sentence against journalist Ensafali Hedayat

first_img IranMiddle East – North Africa News Call for Iranian New Year pardons for Iran’s 21 imprisoned journalists RSF_en Iran: Press freedom violations recounted in real time January 2020 News The Tabriz appeal court on 11 May confirmed an 18-month prison sentence against journalist Ensafali Hedayat. Imprisoned since 16 January 2004, Hedayat has been physically weakened by health problems. He should have been released pending his appeal trial after paying his bail. Reporters Without Borders is particularly concerned about the fact that the journalist has recently started a hunger strike.—————————————————————16.04.2004 June 9, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders today voiced concern about the state of health of jailed 75-year-old journalist Siamak Pourzand, it deplored the 18-month prison sentence just passed on freelance journalist Ensafali Hedayat, and it voiced outrage at the UN Human Rights Commission’s failure to condemn the Islamic Republic during its 60th session.The organisation warned that Pourzand’s life could be in great danger if he is not released immediately and given appropriate treatment. He has been paralysed for months and suffered a heart attack on 31 March that left him in a coma for 36 hours. The refusal to free him on medical grounds suggests that the authorities have failed to learn any lesson from the death of photojournalist Zahra Kazemi on 10 July 2003 from a beating received in detention, the organisation said, calling for the release of all 12 journalists currently imprisoned in Iran.In a continuing crackdown on freedom of expression, Hedayat was sentenced on 14 April by a court in the northwestern town of Tabriz to 18 months in prison, of which a year was for “insulting senior officials of the Islamic Republic” and six months for “propaganda against the regime.”At the same time, the title of “Best Leader of the Year” has just been awarded to Tehran state prosecutor Said Mortazavi, who as head of a “press tribunal” has been responsible for the closure of about 100 newspapers and the arrests of many journalists, and who has been directly implicated in Kazemi’s death.The award of this title to Mortazavi “would be the height of absurdity if the situation were not so tragic,” Reporters Without Borders said, adding that the Islamic Republic was just highlighting its arbitrary and repressive nature by celebrating this travesty of justice.”Amid these sinister developments, it is outrageous that none of the member countries of the UN Human Rights Commission, not even the countries of the European Union, has until now tabled a resolution condemning Iran,” Reporters Without Borders added.A freelance contributor to several independent newspapers, Pourzand has been in prison since 30 March 2003. He is bedridden with osteoarthritis of the neck and disk problems that need an operation. He went into a coma after a heart attack two weeks ago. He spent months in solitary confinement and was forced to confess on television by means of psychological pressure and torture.Pourzand was previously arrested on 24 November 2001 and sentenced in May 2002 to eight years in prison for “actions against state security and links with monarchists and counter-revolutionaries.” He had been allowed home in December 2002 before been returned to prison in March 2003.Hedayat was arrested on 16 January 2004 on the orders of the Tabriz court when he returned from Germany. He was previously arrested on 16 June 2003 at Tabriz university while covering student protests.With 12 journalists detained, Iran is the biggest prison for the press in the Middle East. Health of imprisoned journalist causes concern, another gets jail sentence Receive email alerts Follow the news on Iran News Help by sharing this information Reporters Without Borders is deeply concerned about the state of health of jailed journalist Siamak Pourzand, who has been paralysed for months and had a heart attack on 31 March. The organisation also condemns the 18-month prison sentence passed on 14 April on freelance journalist Ensafali Hedayat and calls for the release of all 12 journalists detained in Iran. Organisation June 11, 2021 Find out more to go further IranMiddle East – North Africa May 11, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Appeal court confirms 18-month jail sentence against journalist Ensafali Hedayat News March 18, 2021 Find out more Iran is stepping up pressure on journalists, including foreign journalists, in run-up to electionlast_img read more

The bells are ringing

first_imgA joyous peal of bells will ring throughout Cambridge on Commencement Day.In celebration of the city of Cambridge and of the country’s oldest university — and of our earlier history when bells of varying tones summoned us from sleep to prayer, work, or study — this ancient yet new sound will fill Harvard Square and the surrounding area with music when a number of neighboring churches and institutions ring their bells at the conclusion of Harvard’s 366th Commencement Exercises, for the 29th consecutive year.The bells will begin to ring at 11:45 a.m., shortly after Peter J. Koutoujian, sheriff of Middlesex County, declares the Commencement Exercises adjourned. They will ring for approximately 15 minutes.The deep-toned bell in the Memorial Church tower, for years the only bell to acknowledge the festival rites of Commencement, will be joined by the set of bells cast to replace the original 17-bell Russian zvon of Lowell House that was returned in 2008 to the Danilov Monastery near Moscow, and by the bell of the Harvard Business School, the historic 13-bell “Harvard Chime” of Christ Church Cambridge, the Harvard Divinity School bell in Andover Hall, and the bells of the Church of the New Jerusalem, First Church Congregational, First Parish Unitarian Universalist, First Baptist Church, St. Paul Roman Catholic Church, St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, University Lutheran Church, Holy Trinity Armenian Apostolic Church, and St. Anthony’s Church.Bells were already in use at Harvard in 1643 when “New England’s First Fruits,” published in London that year, set forth some College rules: “Every Schollar shall be present in his tutor’s chambers at the 7th houre in the morning, immediately after the sound of the bell … opening the Scripture and prayer.”Three of the 15 bells known to have been in use in Massachusetts before 1680 were hung within the precincts of the present College Yard, including the original College bell and the bell of the First Parish Church.Of the churches participating in the joyful ringing, one, the First Parish, has links with Harvard that date from its foundation. The College had use of the Church’s bell, Harvard’s first Commencement was held in the church’s meetinghouse, and one of the chief reasons for selecting Cambridge as the site of the College was the proximity of this church and its minister, the Rev. Thomas Shepard, a clergyman of “marked ability and piety.”Another church ringing its bells in celebration is Christ Church Cambridge. The oldest church in the area, it houses the “Harvard Chime,” the name given to the chime of bells cast for the church in anticipation of its 1861 centennial. Two fellow alumni and Richard Henry Dana Jr., author of “Two Years Before the Mast,” arranged for the chime’s creation. The 13 bells were first rung on Easter Sunday, 1860: each bell of the “Harvard Chime” bears in Latin a portion of the “Gloria in Excelsis.”Referring in 1893 to the “Harvard Chime,” Samuel Batchelder wrote, “From the outset the bells were considered as a common object of interest and enjoyment for the whole city, and their intimate connection with the University made it an expressed part of their purpose that they should be rung, not alone on church days but also on all festivals and special occasions of the college, a custom which has continued to the present time.” The old Russian bells of Lowell House, in place for 76 years, rang on an eastern scale; the newly cast bells give out a charming sound, as do the bells of the Cambridge churches joining in concert. A thoughtful student of bells wrote in 1939, “… church bells, whether they sound in a tinkling fashion the end of the first watch in the dead of night, announce the matins a few hours later, or intone the vespers or angelus, have a peculiar fascination. Chimes affect the heartstrings.”Local churches or institutions interested in participating in this happy tintinnabulation are invited and encouraged to do so. For further information please contact Cynthia Rossano in the Commencement Office at [email protected]last_img read more

Berbice beat Essequibo to take NSS title

first_imgBERBICE Combined produced an all-round performance to outclass Essequibo Combined by 10 wickets to win the final of the National Secondary Schools (NSS) Combined Phase cricket trophy yesterday at the Georgetown Cricket Club ground.Kevlon Anderson receives his trophy from GCB treasurer Anand Kalladeen after he was voted the Most Valuable Player in the tournament.On a safely negotiable pitch, Essequibo Combined imploded against spin, and apart from their openers, Orlando Jailall and Bomesh Ramdahin, the remaining batsmen lacked intensity in their approach, as they folded for just 71 in 24 overs.Berbice Combined then reached 74 without loss in 8.2 overs to complete an easy victory.There wasn’t much assistance for the seamers but left-arm spinners Kelvin Umrao and Nigel Deodat wreaked the most havoc on a pitch that offered enough turn and bounce.Umrao, who was later adjudged man-of-the-match, finished with 3-6 off six overs, while Deodat had 3-25 off eight overs. Off-spinner Seon Glasgow took the other wicket.The Essequibo Combined batsmen were not only victims of the conditions but their own lack of restraint when the situation demanded more caution than they exercised also accounted for their downfall.GCB treasurer Anand Kalladeen hands over the man-of-the-match trophy to Kelvin Umrao.Earlier, the game was reduced to 40 overs-a-side after the late arrival of the Berbice Combined team. Electing to bat on winning the toss, the Essequibo Combined team were off to a brisk start, with Jailall and Ramdahin maintaining a scoring rate of around five runs an over in the initial stage of the innings.Jailall got off the mark with an elegant boundary through the off-side in the innings’ first ball from Gevon Shultz before hitting Leon Swammy for a straight boundary.The Cinderella County openers were able to find the gaps at regular intervals, but the introduction of the spinners into the attack after six overs helped to turn the tide for the Berbicians.Deodat removed Jailall (18), while Umrao claimed the wicket of Ramdahin (15), and after reaching a comfortable position of 39-2, Essequibo Combined were undermined by the spinners, coupled with careless running between the wickets, and in the process they lost their last seven wickets for just 32 runs. No other batsman was able to reach double figures.The Berbice Combined openers Alex Algu and Junior Sinclair then made a savage reply to the run chase.They got off to an explosive start, with both openers taking the initiative to go all out at the bowlers, hitting nine boundaries and two sixes when the target was achieved.Sinclair remained unbeaten on 36, with five fours and a six, while Algu ended on 31, inclusive of four fours and a six.The victory furnished Berbice with both titles after Lower Corentyne won the Inter-secondary school phase last week.Meanwhile, Mavendra Dindyal (Diamond Secondary School) was named the Most Promising Player in the tournament, while Kevlon Anderson (Lower Corentyne Secondary School) was voted the Most Valuable Player.last_img read more

A Growing Acceptance of Social Networking in the Workplace

first_imgTags:#enterprise#Features IT + Project Management: A Love Affair sarah perez A June survey released by Facetime, makers of a gateway appliance for managing Web 2.0 applications, revealed the growing popularity of social networking applications in the workplace. Out of 1199 survey respondents, all IT professionals, there were more who felt that social networks played an important role in the business world than those who didn’t. What’s more, it appears that the IT folks are now seemingly okay with providing access to these networks behind the firewall – even for those who don’t approve of their use! Getting Comfortable with Web 2.0There appears to be a growing acceptance of social networks in the business world, and not just the kind of networks dubbed “Enterprise 2.0.” In the recent survey, Facetime found that 46% of IT professionals viewed some social networking applications as having business value and 31% even went so far as to say that social networking is critical to business. However, that 31% believed they need to be secured and controlled. Specifically, the IT respondents identified LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter as the networks they deemed permissible for work use. Not only are the IT folks growing more tolerant of these networks in the workplace, they also admit to using them themselves. 39% of the IT pros reported logging into social networking sites at least once per day with only 13% saying they never use Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn.Still, not all social networking is seen as business-related. For example, virtual worlds such as Second Life were seen by 73% as having no business value. That’s somewhat ironic since back in the day, Second Life was supposedly going to revolutionize the business world with its ability to host virtual meetings and the like. Plus, setting up an in-world company presence used to be the status quo for major corporations. On the Flip Side…Of course, there continues to be a big group of IT folks out there who are not comfortable with the rise of these Web 2.0 applications. However, this time around, they’re not the larger of the two groups. As of last month, 43% of the IT respondents said they felt social networking has no measurable business benefit and should only be allowed if it can be secured and controlled. Oddly enough, 85% of the survey respondents believed their users were using social networking applications at work. That seems to imply that even though 43% may scoff at these apps, they haven’t actually gone so far as to make them inaccessible on their network. That theory seems to prove true since less than 10% of the respondents thought social networking should be banned from the workplace. In other words, personal opinions aside, there’s a growing tolerance of these applications now. A few years ago that number (the 10%) would have definitely been higher. Back then, social networking was more often viewed as a time-wasting and unproductive activity. Maybe not everyone’s personal sentiments have changed, but something else has… perhaps a general sense that you just can’t outright ban these apps anymore? My, how times have changed. Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo…center_img 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Related Posts Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…last_img read more

Cartoon: ;-)

first_img4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App So now I know. And I have to live with the knowledge.I’m married to someone who… (okay, deep breaths; bring down the pulse)… who keys in smileys… without a hyphen.Ten years of marriage, and it’s only yesterday that I discover Alex is perfectly willing to deprive her emoticon-people of a critical facial feature. “A smiley? Really? Exactly how freakin’ happy are they going to be without a nose?!”Maybe we’ll move past this somehow, and one day we’ll move from 🙁 to 🙂 again. Maybe.…Hey, wait a minute – losing the hyphen gains me an extra character in Twitter, doesn’t it?Awesome. Marriage saved. 🙂(N.B.: Today’s cartoon is inspired in large part by my seven-year-old daughter, who’s been drawing these amazing people with smileys as faces. Props, Li’l Sweetie.) Tags:#Cartoons#web More Noise to Signal. 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout rob cottingham 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… Related Posts 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People…last_img read more

D-League: Marinero loses 17-point lead but holds off Zark’s-Lyceum

first_img3×3 could be PH’s path to Olympic basketball stint Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Chief Justice Peralta vows to lead by example, bares 10-point program PLAY LIST 02:02Chief Justice Peralta vows to lead by example, bares 10-point program00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City The Skippers’ depth was in full display in the game between the early contenders as Banal afforded to field in top rookie selections Alvin Pasaol and Abu Tratter late in the second half, a move which paid dividends considering the short time the two had in preparing with the team.“They delivered down the stretch. They’re still feeling their way in the system, but the good thing is that they were able to deliver when their numbers were called,” said coach Koy Banal.Despite coming out on top, Banal doesn’t want Marinerong Pilipino to get too ahead of itself early in the conference.“This win means nothing. We need to keep on working get better every day because everybody will now prepare for us,” he said.Jaycee Marcelino carried Zark’s Burger-Lyceum with 20 points, four rebounds, and three assists, while Perez had 19 markers and five assists in the defeat.ADVERTISEMENT John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Do not bring these items in SEA Games venues LATEST STORIES The Scores:MARINERONG PILIPINO 94 — Subido 20, Ayonayon 15, Paredes 14, Banal 14, Robles 10, Tolentino 4, Tratter 4, Pasaol 4, Terso 3, Lopez 2, Iñigo 2, Babilonia 2, Toth 0.ZARK’S BURGER-LYCEUM 92 — Jc. Marcelino 20, Perez 19, Nzeusseu 18, Ayaay 11, Ibañez 6, Jv. Marcelino 6, Cinco 5, Tansingco 3, Santos 2, Pretta 2, Marata 0, Liwag 0.Quarters: 17-19, 47-34, 69-58, 94-92. 8th Top Leaders Forum assessed the progress of public-private efforts in building climate and disaster resilient communities Read Next MOST READ Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC BI on alert for illegally deployed OFWs to Iraq Marinerong Pilipino vs Zark’s Burger-Lyceuym. PBA IMAGESBanking on its experience, Marinerong Pilipino stamped its class over the retooled Zark’s Burger-Lyceum with a tight 94-92 victory in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup at Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig.The Skippers squandered a 17-point lead, 56-39, with 7:57 remaining in the third quarter, but held off the Jawbreakers late courtesy of three freethrows from Rian Ayonayon  with 25.6 seconds remaining that put his side up 89-85.ADVERTISEMENT Mike Nzeusseu and CJ Perez then botched their three-point attempts for Zark’s in the final minute.Renzo Subido paced Marinerong Pilipino with 20 points, five assists, and three rebounds, while Ayonayon scattered 15 markers, three boards, and two dimes.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutGab Banal also tallied a double-double of 14 points, 14 rebounds, six assists, and four steals despite committing 10 turnovers, while Papot Paredes got 12 of his 14 markers in the first half, where the Skippers established a comfortable lead.Marinerong Pilipino staged a 12-0 run in the first half to erect a 47-35 halftime lead, which extended to 17, 56-39 early in the third frame. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Asian shares slide on weak Japan data; US markets closed View commentslast_img read more

Ebondo saves Scorpions from Heavy Bombers

first_imgBrace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC LOOK: Iya Villania meets ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ cast in Mexico “That’s our problem, our complacency,” he said.“We started flat and that’s the reason why we struggled. Luckily, we were able to focus in the end game.”Kris Porter posted 21 points on 5-of-9 shooting from three-point area for the Heavy Bombers, who absorbed their sixth straight defeat and dropped to 1-6.Paolo Pontejos added 14 points, five rebounds, and three assists, while Ervin Grospe had 10. Families in US enclave in north Mexico hold sad Thanksgiving Read Next LATEST STORIES MOST READ Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Google honors food scientist, banana ketchup inventor and war hero Maria Orosa Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university PLAY LIST 01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon Citycenter_img Rod Ebondo saved the day anew for Centro Escolar University in a 77-75 thriller over Jose Rizal University in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup on Monday at Pasig Sports Center.Ebondo poured in 33 points, including the game-winning jumper with 1.1 seconds left, and had 15 rebounds on top of three assists, two steals and two blocks.ADVERTISEMENT Pussycat Dolls set for reunion tour after 10-year hiatus John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Typhoon ‘Tisoy’ threatens Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Settling NSA disputes among Vargas’ top priorities “We’re just lucky that Rodrigue’s shot went down,” said coach Yong Garcia.Ebondo also came up with a huge defensive play, blocking Jeckster Apinan’s attempt in the final 15 seconds before hitting the go-ahead basket as the league-leading Scorpions improved to 5-1.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutJoseph Manlangit chipped in 15 markers, while Art Aquino had eight, none bigger than his undergoal stab to knot the score at 75 with 20.6 seconds left.Despite the victory that kept the Scorpions on top of the leaderboard, Garcia rued his team’s tendency to play complacent against a lower-rung team like JRU. View commentslast_img read more

Jeff Hendrick edges Burnley past Everton after Séamus Coleman sees red

first_imgReuse this content 3 Taylor 6 Mee Share via Email 4 12 Substitutes Share on Facebook 12 Brady Everton Share on WhatsApp 23 Coleman 2 Holgate 13 Hendrick It held no surprises for an Everton support who are watching their expensively assembled team stroll through the motions once again and a manager seemingly powerless to prevent another nothing season. Burnley, by stark contrast, amply compensated for any technical gaps with a work-rate, defensive resilience and clinical touch that elevated them to fifth in the table and dropped Everton to 17th.Jeff Hendrick volleyed home an Ashley Westwood corner as the home side capitalised on Séamus Coleman’s foolish dismissal to record their third home win of the campaign. Their effort, organisation and upward trajectory puts Everton to shame. Silva’s positive take on the game was misguided but not his assessment of the growing anger.“If you are asking me if they should be angry with the team and with myself then that is normal,” he said. “In the last four games we didn’t get the results and they have all the reasons to be angry with us.“It is up to us to work harder, to be braver, to be more clinical and our attacking players need to be more aggressive and assertive in these type of games. Our confidence is not the best at the moment. I understand 100% why they are angry with us but we have to stick together and the next game is a must-win game for us.”Everton controlled possession during a tedious first half but showed no attacking intent with it. Coleman was arguably fortunate to escape a red card when he accidentally but dangerously caught Erik Pieters’s ankle having over-run the ball – a recurring trait throughout the Everton side – but the foul was deemed worthy only of yellow.Pieters reappeared for the second half but was unable to continue. His aggressor lasted two minutes more, Coleman inviting a second yellow card with a needless leap into Dwight McNeil for a header he was never going to win in an unthreatening area of the pitch.“A really harsh decision,” said Silva. “The second yellow had a big impact on the game.”Sean Dyche, more accurately, said: “Let’s make it clear, Coleman is not that type of player but in the modern game he was fortunate not to be sent off. The second one was a poor challenge too. The referee had no choice.” 11 McNeil Fouls Lineups (s 84′) 27 Kean 1 Pope Burnley 18 Schneiderlin 19 Sidibe 10 Barnes 1 Pickford Match stats 18 Westwood 2 Lowton Share on LinkedIn 6 Burnley Off target 9 Everton 3 Burnley On target 2 Everton Burnley unsettled the visitors merely by increasing their tempo and getting balls into the penalty area quicker in the first half. That brief period demonstrated how vulnerable the Everton defence could be and their tendency to switch off at set-pieces.On the half-hour Westwood swung a corner over from the left to the back post where Hendrick, unmarked, volleyed goalwards and Jordan Pickford saved with his legs.The warning was not heeded. With 18 minutes remaining Burnley repeated the trick. Westwood delivered a deep corner from the left and there was Hendrick again, unmarked again, to volley into the roof of the net.Coleman’s dismissal was no excuse with Everton having eight players in their six-yard box to Burnley’s four.Silva replaced Dominic Calvert‑Lewin with Moise Kean, a move met with boos from the away section on account of its predictability rather than a slight on the young Italian striker. Silva’s formation, selections and substitutions are as predictable as his team’s laboured play.Burnley have a plan. They stuck to it and won. Silva needs something similar and fast. Everton 13 Mina 23 Pieters 25 Lennon James Milner downs Leicester at the last to keep up Liverpool’s perfect start The Fiver: sign up and get our daily football email. Share on Messenger Goal attempts 27 Vydracenter_img 7 9 EVE BUR 7 Gudmundsson (s 74′) 5 Keane The Observer 12 Digne match reports Possession 59 41 7 Richarlison 20 Hart 28 Long Substitutes 8 Delph 10 Sigurdsson 9 Calvert-Lewin 20 Bernard 21 Andre Gomes Share on Twitter 5 Tarkowski Premier League EVE59BUR41% (s 84′) Topics Burnley 26 Davies 19 Rodriguez Read more (s 73′) (s 59′) Share on Pinterest 9 Wood 49 Lossl (s 55′) 17 Iwobi With most of Everton’s players sloping straight off to the changing rooms following their latest lame defeat it fell on Marco Silva to head to the away fans and applaud them alone. He was met by a sea of V-signs.It may be predictable to state the pressure is mounting on the Everton manager following a fourth successive Premier League defeat but predictable was Everton’s afternoon here. A starting lineup assembled at a cost of more than £250m were laboured, lacking in discipline plus concentration and beaten on their travels by yet another set-piece. Cornerslast_img read more

10 months agoWatford to bid for Nice midfielder Adrien Tameze

first_imgWatford to bid for Nice midfielder Adrien Tamezeby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWatford are set to bid for Nice midfielder Adrien Tameze.The Daily Mail says Watford are preparing to offer £10m for Tameze. Atalanta have tabled a similar bid while Cardiff City and Burnley have also asked about the 24-year-old, who can also play in defence.Tameze was highly rated as a teenager and played for France Under-16s and Under-18s.Watford are preparing to assess their options if dominant central midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure moves away from Vicarage Road. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img