Former England international footballer and Manchester United legend Gary Neville may join as marquee coach of Indian Super League (ISL) side Delhi Dynamos, according to reports.Reports of Neville’s likely move to Delhi Dynamos for the third edition of the ISL have emerged after UK-based, FA licensed, football agent Baljit Rihal posted an update on social media platform Twitter.Baljit, believed to have been closely associated with a lot of high-profile transfers in the ISL over the past two years, is the same person who had mentioned last year that Chelsea veteran Didier Drogba could be moving to Atletico de Kolkata. However, any such move did not happen at the end.None of the Delhi Dynamos officials were ready to comment on this development.Neville, 41, is the most capped England right back and an eight-time English Premier League winners with the Red Devils.After a celebrated career with the Old Trafford club, Neville signed up for a stint with Sky Sports where he is a revered pundit.The former Manchester United skipper also assisted Roy Hodgson with the English national team before taking the plunge into club management with La Liga side Valencia last December. However, after a string of losses, the Englishman was sacked in March.Delhi Dynamos were previously being coached by Brazilian great Roberto Carlos and reached the semi-finals last year.
The conference room at the O.O. Howard House has a capacity of 50 people, but the Clark County Historical Preservation Commission never uses that many chairs. On Tuesday night, the group almost needed a larger room for the first time anyone could remember. The packed crowd was there because the commission was going to discuss the old Jefferson Davis Highway markers, now located at Jefferson Davis Park along Interstate 5 outside of Ridgefield. “Sometimes we get two or three people (at our meetings),” said Robert Hinds, chairman of the commission. “Usually, it’s just us.”Throughout the meeting, the commissioners thanked the crowd for coming out to voice their opinion and take an interest in history, even if there’s not much the commission can do when it comes to the monuments. Since the monuments are on private property, the commissioners can’t take them down. But they can remove the monuments from the official Clark County Heritage Register. They were added to the register in 2002.The board unanimously voted to hold a public hearing on the issue, leading to a round of applause by those in attendance.