Its been awful for the family Gardaí release CCTV footage of Jón

first_img‘It’s been awful for the family’: Gardaí release CCTV footage of Jón Jónsson’s last seen movements He has been missing from Dublin since 9 February. Jón Jónsson after leaving the hotel. Source: Crimecall/CCTV“It’s been awful for the whole family … it’s been really hard but we’re trying our best to get through it,” he said, thanking members of the public for their “overwhelming” support.Last week David told TheJournal.ie the family were finding “strength in staying together and comforting each other and trying to stay positive”.Dashcam footage Daniel told Crimecall Jón’s four children are very worried, adding that his brother is “the glue in the family, everybody who has older brothers knows what I’m talking about”. Jón is described as being 6 foot tall, of medium build, with short brown hair. He was wearing a black padded jacket when he went missing, and has a distinctive tattoo on his left arm.  Jón has a distinctive tattoo on his left arm. Source: Garda Press Office Gardaí have appealed for anyone with information – in particular casino owners, or taxi drivers or others who may have relevant dashcam footage – to come forward.Anyone with any information has been asked to contact Ballymun Garda Station on 01 666 4400, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any garda station. Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTubeGARDAÍ HAVE RELEASED CCTV footage of the last seen movements of Jón Jónsson, an Icelandic man who has been missing from Dublin since 9 February.The 41-year-old arrived in Ireland to attend a poker tournament with his fiancée on 8 February. Jón Jónsson Source: Garda Press OfficeHe was last seen at around 11am on Saturday 9 February near the Bonnington Hotel in Whitehall, where he had been staying.He walked onto the Swords Road in a northbound direction, passing McGettigan’s pub. He was last seen in the Highfield area.  Short URL https://jrnl.ie/4513005 10 Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Feb 25th 2019, 10:46 PM Monday 25 Feb 2019, 10:22 PM 42,035 Views By Órla Ryan Jón Jónsson leaving the hotel. Source: Crimecall/CCTVSeveral members of Jón’s family have travelled from Iceland to Ireland to step up efforts to find him.The CCTV footage was shown on RTÉ’s Crimecall tonight. Jón’s brothers David and Daniel appealed for information on the programme.David said his brother’s disappearance is “extremely strange” and “very much out of character for Jón”, whom he described as “a family man”. Share356 Tweet Email last_img read more

19yearold Irish goalkeeper handed Premier League debut for Bournemouth

first_img Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Source: AFC Bournemouth/Twitter Saturday 4 May 2019, 12:03 PM By Cian Roche 43,761 Views We think this is an ideal game for him to show us what he’s capable of.”Travers has been included in international squads under Mick McCarthy – most recently Ireland’s Euro 2020 qualifiers against Gibraltar and Georgia.He was an unused sub for both games. 28 Comments https://the42.ie/4619861 Share46 Tweet Email1 19-year-old Irish goalkeeper handed Premier League debut for Bournemouth Mark Travers gets the nod ahead of Asmir Begovic and Artur Boruc against Tottenham. “A few weeks or months ago, the aim was to get into the 21s squad and then to get into the provisional was obviously great, but to get the phone call that I was in the main squad, it was a bit of a shock to be honest, but it’s an opportunity that I’m looking forward to taking,” he told The42 of his senior international call-up.‘It was a bit of a shock’ – The teen sensation named in Mick McCarthy’s first Ireland squadThe former Cherry Orchard man joined the Bournemouth back in July 2016 after a successful trial with the club.Having spent the first half of last season on loan at Southern Premier League side, Weymouth, Travers last summer signed a long-term deal with the Cherries. Eddie Howe’s are safe from the threat of relegation, but a win today would lift them above Crystal Palace and Newcastle for a couple of hours at least.Tottenham, meanwhile, can strengthen their hold on third place ahead of Chelsea with a win at the Vitality Stadium. Subscribe IRISH TEENAGER MARK Travers makes his Premier League debut this afternoon for Bournemouth after being named in the starting team to face Tottenham at Dean Court. Ireland goalkeeper, Mark Travers. Source: Bryan Keane/INPHOThe 19-year-old gets the nod ahead of Artur Boruc and Asmir Begovic for Saturday’s early kick-off.“We rate him very highly,” Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe told Sky Sports ahead of kick-off.“He’s a great character. He’s got a great attitude. Very good goalkeeper, huge potential. 🚨 TEAM NEWS 🚨🔺 A first ever @premierleague start for @marktravers40 🔺 Adam Smith returns to fitness🔺 Jordon Ibe comes into the XIFollow the game live 📲 https://t.co/RF94kHexCv#BOUTOT // #afcb 🍒 pic.twitter.com/PU8upPeXWs— AFC Bournemouth (@afcbournemouth) May 4, 2019 Subscribe to our new podcast, The42 Rugby Weekly, here: Short URL May 4th 2019, 12:03 PM last_img read more