Sligo Rovers confirmed on Wednesday that Ronan Coughlan has signed a new contract with the club.The striker, who turned 24 last week, has had an impressive season at The Showgrounds including scoring eight league goals and putting in a number of man of the match displays.He spoke to Ocean FM Sport about his decision to sign a new deal. play stop mute max volume 00:00 00:00 repeat Ronan Coughan signs new Rovers contract 09/10/2019 Download Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Coughlan signed on the eve of the Premier Division season and had just one training session before his first start.He struck up a dynamic partnership with Romeo Parkes as the duo contributed 19 league goals in total.Coughlan’s performances saw him become a real favourite among Showgrounds fans and he has signed a deal for the 2020 season – the 11th player now tied down.Rovers manager Liam Buckley said: Liam Buckley said: “We’re delighted to get Ronan signed up today. There was some interest from other clubs which didn’t come as a surprise after his performances this season.“He came in late in the day, when you consider he didn’t do any pre-season here.“Ronan’s contribution overall has been excellent, his work-rate is terrific and what we wanted to add to his game over the course of the season has been for him to get into areas to get more chances and as a result score more goals.“He has certainly improved on that and we want more of it next season. He can get better and better and we have an entire pre-season to work on patterns of play among the group.“Ronan knows how valued he is here and altogether it gives him a strong platform to take into next year and make a big, big impact in this league.“We have a good core group signed so far and we will build a very competitive squad. We want to take the progress we’ve made into next season because this year has been about getting us to a level to kick on.Sligo Rovers have two league games remaining: at home to Derry City on Saturday week (19th) and then away to Bohemians on October 25th.
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Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary – Credit R.B Photography AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn The sale of high-energy drinks to under-16s is being banned in hospital retail units across Scotland. The restriction will apply to drinks with an added caffeine content of more than 150mg/litre.The change is the latest update to the Healthcare Retail Standard, a set of criteria which all retailers operating in NHS sites in Scotland must adhere to. It aims to increase the amount of healthier food and drinks in shops in NHS buildings, with tighter rules around what can be promoted.The move will be matched by all NHS-run catering sites.New restrictions on baby food are also being introduced to ensure healthy eating behaviours are instilled at the earliest possible stage. Products will have to contain no added sugar or salt and be unsweetened.Public Health Minister Joe FitzPatrick said:“The Healthcare Retail Standard supports healthier eating across the NHS estate and it is right that our hospitals show a lead in providing food and drink which is health promoting.“The HRS ensures that at least 50% of food and 70% of drinks on sale are healthier options.“This supports the Scottish Government’s strategy of working to improve Scotland’s diet and tackle health inequalities.”Background information:The HRS was devised in partnership with NHS boards, NHS Health Scotland, NHS National Services Scotland, the Scottish Grocers Federation, leading hospital retailers AND the Scottish Government, NO COMMA in consultation with Food Standards Scotland. By November 2017, all 102 stores in Scottish hospitals had achieved the HRS.The Consumer Information Regulation (EU) 1169/2011 which came into force in December 2014 contains provisions regarding the labelling of beverages with an added caffeine content of more than 150 mg/litre. The labelling of energy drinks must include the following: “High caffeine content. Not recommended for children or pregnant or breast-feeding women.” The warning is followed by a quantitative indication of the product’s caffeine content. This approach has been adopted universally across the EU, but was applied voluntarily by industry in the UK from 2010.
The Sunday Mirror reports that Marko van Ginkel has told Chelsea he wants to move if he is not in their first-team plans.Italian clubs AC Milan and Lazio are said to be interested in the Dutch midfielder, who has recovered from a long-term knee injury.There continues to be speculation over the futures of Blues duo Petr Cech and Fernando Torres.AdChoices广告The Mail on Sunday say AC Milan are interested in taking Torres on loan as well as Van Ginkel.Van Ginkel’s first-team prospects at Chelsea currently look bleakAnd the Sunday Express say Cech, previously linked with an £18m move to Real Madrid, could be heading for France on loan.Paris St-Germain and Monaco are reported to be interested in the 32-year-old keeper, who has lost his place to Thibaut Courtois.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook