Austen Kroll Weighs In on Kathryn Dennis’ Boyfriend Chleb Ravenell

first_img– Advertisement – Dennis was “hanging out with Jackie a lot, you know, during quarantine, and then that’s where the romance sparked,” according to Kroll.The mother of two — Dennis shares daughter Kensie, 6, and son Saint, 4, with ex Thomas Ravenel — sparked romance speculation with Chleb in July.The pair were spotted getting cozy at the former college football player’s birthday party in a photo shared by Stewart at the time.Dennis confirmed the romance on October 23 by posting a photo on social media with her new beau. “YOU💕,” she captioned the cuddly snap.The next week, the model shared a photo with her man out at Southern Charm costar Leva Bonaparte’s restaurant, Bourbon N’ Bubbles.The couple spent Halloween together, dressing up as a cowboy and Poison Ivy to go to a haunted house. “BOO’d up 👻,” Dennis wrote via Instagram last month.The reality star previously dated Ravenel, 58, before ending their on-again, off-again relationship in 2016. Dennis was also linked to singer Hunter Price before breaking up in 2019.Southern Charm airs on Bravo Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET.With reporting by Christina Garibaldi Listen to Watch With Us to hear more about your favorite shows and for the latest TV news! Kroll added: “So we’ll see on — you know — the verdict is out on that one as well.”The North Carolina native did not set up the pair, noting they were friends prior to dating.“Then the pandemic, probably, pushed them together, because [Kathryn] was hanging out with a mutual friend of all of ours, Jackie [Stewart],” Kroll said, adding that Stewart is dating Ravenell’s brother, Chelsie Ravenell.- Advertisement – “He literally was just, like, a model for me in my beer shoot,” Kroll told Us while promoting season 7 of the Bravo series. “I had a buddy come in town, like, to take pictures, you know, for Trop Hop and called him up. I was like, you know, come do this [with me].”The Kings Calling Brewing Co. founder said that Ravenell, who became Instagram official with Dennis, 29, last month, is “a great guy” who has been associated with the show’s friend group for a while.Austen Kroll Says Kathryn Dennis Boyfriend Chleb Ravenell Is ‘Great’ But the ‘Verdict Is Still Out’ on ThemAusten Kroll, Kathryn Dennis and Chleb Ravenell. Shutterstock; Gregory Pace/Shutterstock; Courtesy Chleb Ravenell/Instagram“Does this come at like the perfect timing for Kathryn? You know? Yes, yes it does,” he explained. “But you know, I haven’t really been around them much together. But we all know the same people and we all know his, like, close friends who are close friends with her and close friends with him and hear things.”- Advertisement – Not convinced! Austen Kroll is a fan of Kathryn Dennis’ new boyfriend, Chleb Ravenell, but isn’t sure they are endgame.The Southern Charm star, 33, exclusively told Us Weekly on Wednesday, November 4, that he is friends with Ravenell and recently worked with him.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Staying on the ball for redevelopment

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Arsenal and Everton target Armando Izzo signs new deal with Torino

first_imgArmando Izzo has committed his future to Torino (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal and Everton target Armando Izzo has put an end to transfer speculation by signing a new contract with current club Torino.The centre-back has been tracked by the Premier League sides after an impressive season in Turin that saw him called up to the Italy national team for the first time.Both the Gunners and the Toffees were thought likely to be making bids of around £22m for the 27-year-old this summer, but they will now be putting away their cheque books.Torino confirmed on Friday that they have tied down the former Genoa man to a new contract that will keep him at the club until 2024, ending the hopes of his suitors this year.ADVERTISEMENT#Izzo2024 🤩Armando has signed a five year contract with Torino FC🔥#SFT pic.twitter.com/PaTFenLO3X— Torino FC English (@TorinoFC1906_En) July 19, 2019 Comment AdvertisementAdvertisementArsenal are in the market for a centre-back after the struggles of Shkodran Mustafi last year and the likely departure of Laurent Koscielny after the Frenchman went on strike this summer.Everton are also short in that position after Kurt Zouma returned to parent club Chelsea following a year-long loan, and Blues boss Frank Lampard declared his intention to keep him at the club.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityIzzo was seen as a good option by both teams and the Italian certainly agreed, describing himself as Italy’s second best centre-back when asked about his future in June.‘In the meantime I am happy, everyone likes to be courted,’ Izzo told Gazzetta dello Sport.‘I have another four years on my contract with Torino, I want to arrive and show my worth. I don’t like it to be said simply that I am a good player, I am worth more.‘Italian defenders, apart from [Juventus centre-back Giorgio] Chiellini, I don’t see others stronger and more determined than I am.‘I am honoured to wear the Torino shirt and I will be committed until the last day I wear it.’MORE: Rob Holding and Ainsley Maitland-Niles in contention to be one of Arsenal’s club captains this season, says Unai EmeryMORE: Arsenal face competition from Everton for Wilfried Zaha transfer Arsenal and Everton target Armando Izzo signs new deal with Torino Advertisement Phil HaighFriday 19 Jul 2019 8:08 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link55Shares Advertisementlast_img read more

LTHE Bags ONGC Double

first_imgL&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE), a subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro, has won twin orders from Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC).The engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC) contracts awarded are for:Development of Heera Panna Block of Western Offshore basin which is located about 70 kilometers of South West of Mumbai High.Development of Mumbai High South field of Western Offshore basin which is located about 210 km to the West of Mumbai city.The first project includes two well head platforms, 49 kilometers subsea rigid pipelines, 10 nos. of riser installation and modification work at seven existing platforms and Heera Process Complex.The second project includes one water injection process platforms bridge connected to existing WIS platform, 100 men living quarter, modification and interconnection of all the utilities with existing WIS, BHS, SLQ platforms.last_img read more

US Open: Berrettini sets up Nadal semi-final clash

first_imgRelatedPosts Djokovic clinches fifth Italian Open title Djokovic zooms to 10th Italian Open final Nadal stunned by Schwartzman in Italian Open quarter-finals, Djokovic survives Koepfer Matteo Berrettini will face Rafael Nadal in the US Open semi-final on Friday night. And it’s a match the Italian dreams about, having never played the Spanish star. Berrettini has made it through to his first Grand Slam semi-final having seen off Gael Monfils in a five-set thriller. Nadal, meanwhile, dispatched Diego Schwartzman in straight sets in New York. And with the two set to meet at Flushing Meadows on Friday, Berrettini is already looking forward to pitting his wits against one of the very best. “I saw, like, a hundred of his matches,” Berrettini said. “Who in this tour doesn’t know Rafa? It’s going to be tough, for sure, against him. “I remember the finals in Rome against Coria, and I don’t know how to say, they were showing the match on the TV but for free, you know. “It was, like, on a channel that was [normally] about cartoons. I was young. These guys, I mean, six hours. Come on. I want to catch my cartoons. “But I’m dreaming about playing these kind of matches. And now I’m here. So I’m happy.” Nadal is also looking forward to the encounter though knows it won’t be easy against the world No 25. Nadal said: “He’s in semi-finals. Berrettini is having a great year. He’s in semi-finals winning a lot of good matches, so what you can expect in a semi-finals of a Grand Slam match. “You can’t expect an easy opponent. You can’t expect an easy match. “I really believe that if you want to win tournaments, you need to go through tough opponents like I had against Marin [Cilic], today against Diego. “He was playing great the whole event and now another player that is playing great. “He’s serving huge, big forehands, moving well, and big confidence because he’s having a great year. “So let’s see. I need to play my best, and I think today I make a step forward, even if I lost my serve, as you said, couple of times.”Tags: Diego SchwartzmanGael MonfilsMatteo BerrettinimNew YorkRafael NadalUS Open Semi-finallast_img read more

Crystal Palace, West Ham postpone Australian tour

first_imgRelatedPosts EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Gunners gun for West Ham scalp EPL: Red Devils attack Palace The inaugural Queensland Champions Cup featuring Premier League outfits Crystal Palace and West Ham United scheduled for July has been postponed due to the coronavirus.But organisers are hopeful the round robin tournament – also featuring Robbie Fowler-coached A-League outfit Brisbane Roar – can be held in 2021. The Roar had been set to host Palace in Townsville on July 11 and West Ham on the Gold Coast four days later before the Premier League outfits clashed in Brisbane on July 18.However, uncertainty caused by the pandemic has forced cup organisers to find another date.“It is a real shame that we will no longer be able to make it over to Queensland this summer, however, it is the right decision to postpone given the circumstances,” West Ham manager David Moyes said.“We hope the tournament can be rearranged at a later date once things are back to normal, and we look forward to visiting Australia in the future.”Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish said the club would do everything it could to play in Queensland next year. “It is bitterly disappointing not to be able to make the club’s landmark trip to Queensland this July for everyone here at the club,” he said.“We will do everything we possibly can to try to rearrange the tour for 2021, once things become clear with the Premier League schedule for the remainder of this season, and next year’s provisional timings too.”Roar CEO David Pourre said Brisbane “still look forward to welcoming two of England’s most historic clubs to Queensland at a later date.”Tags: Crystal PalaceDavid MoyesQueensland Champions CupWest Ham Unitedlast_img read more

Assistant coach Domenico connects with, leads players

first_img Published on January 22, 2013 at 1:07 am Contact David: dlauterb@syr.edu Alison Domenico doesn’t fire shots at the net and doesn’t make key defensive plays, but the assistant coach does help the ice hockey team play well, day in and day out.“She knows what each player needs to work on, so she’ll focus on that with that certain player,” said senior Holly Carrie-Mattimoe.Domenico played 153 games at St. Lawrence University from 2006-2009. Her 29 power play goals tie her for the most power play goals in the school’s history.Syracuse head coach Paul Flanagan was Domenico’s head coach at St. Lawrence from freshman to junior year. As a result, players like Carrie-Mattimoe have noticed similarities between Domenico and Flanagan’s coaching styles. Her experience playing under Flanagan helps her connect with and better instruct her players.While playing in college, Domenico reached the NCAA Tournament every year, including the Frozen Four in 2006 and 2007. During her senior year, the SU assistant coach was named the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Defensive Forward of the Year, and made second-team, all-league.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“She was coached by coach Flanagan as well, so they kind of have the same mentality,” Carrie-Mattimoe said. “Everyone respects her so it’s not any different than coach Flanagan being on the ice.”Before coming to the Orange, Domenico was an assistant coach at Ohio State from 2010-2011. She helped players with their skills, worked on video analysis and the team’s day-to-day operations. Domenico came to Syracuse as an assistant coach in 2011.Earlier in the season, Flanagan talked about SU’s need for more offensive production, which is where Domenico has been helping out.“She will help out if people wanna go out on the ice early and have a one-on-one session,” Carrie-Mattimoe said.But it’s not just on the ice that Carrie-Mattimoe has noticed Domenico’s effect on the team.Carrie-Mattimoe said she thinks of Domenico as a great coach, and someone that’s a perfect fit at Syracuse. She also said the girls on the team love learning from her and following her lead.Carrie-Mattimoe is a captain, forcing her to be more vocal and present in the locker room, but she isn’t the only player noticing Domenico’s effect on the team.Even the usually soft-spoken junior Shiann Darkangelo praised SU’s assistant coach.“She’s easy to talk to,” Darkangelo said. “I love her, she’s awesome.” Asst. sports editor Jacob Klinger and Ryan Raigrodski contributed reporting to this article. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Ecobank cup golf rocks Achimota

first_imgAll is set for this year’s Ecobank Cup Golf tournament scheduled for July 30 at the Achimota Golf Club, Mr George Y Amoah, Competition Secretary, Achimota has said.The annual 18-hole Ecobank-sponsored event is expected to draw crack golfers from across the country to battle for supremacy.”The stage is set for the competition which is expected to draw a large number of golfers.”A fee of 100 Cedis is being charged as entry fee for both members and non members. It’s been encouraging so far and if that is anything to go by then, a spectacular event is expected.”Head, Corporate Communications (Ecobank Ghana & Anglophone West Africa) Mrs Patricia Sappor said “Sports enhance the quality of life. Golfing is an excellent sport that accommodates both the young and old.“Not only is it great fun but it promotes physical fitness, mental stimulus and has far-reaching social benefits! “Having hosted tournaments at the Achimota Golf Club for over 15 years, Ecobank is proud to organize this year’s edition.”  The 18-hole competition has received massive support from club captain Dr Frank Adu Jnr, his lieutenant Mark Cofie as well Ghana Golf Association (GGA) president Mike Aggrey.At stake are trophies and souvenirs for players who win at the competition.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

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