SECAUCUS – Police arrested a man who allegedly tried robbing the same gas station twice within six days, according to the Secaucus Police Department.On Jan. 21, officers received a call of an armed robbery at a Mobil gas station at 445 Route 3 East. The alleged robber allegedly displayed a kitchen knife and escaped with over $200 on foot, a police report said.Shortly afterwards, a police detective located the suspect on Cedar Avenue, which is near the gas station. The detective arrested Kareem Abdelaal, 28. He was allegedly found with a folding knife during his arrest.Officials have also identified Abdelaal as the alleged suspect in another robbery at the same Mobil station on Jan. 15.He is also a suspect in a Jan. 17 alleged burglary at the Extended Stay Hotel at 1 Plaza Dr, and a Jan. 19 robbery at the Extended Stay America Hotel on Meadowlands Parkway. Each robbery was allegedly at knife point.Abdelaal is charged with three counts of armed robbery, three counts of possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, three counts of terroristic threats, three counts of unlawful possession of a weapon, and two counts of hindering prosecution, burglary, and theft. He was lodged at the Hudson County Jail.
Loading… Frank Warren says he would prefer to see Tyson Fury take on Anthony Joshua in a unification bout rather than have a trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder – even cheekily suggesting that AJ should only get a 30% split. Fury claimed the WBC heavyweight title in emphatic fashion in Las Vegas on Saturday night, totally dominating Wilder in a brutal display as the American twice hit the canvas before his corner threw in the towel in the seventh round. Fury’s camp favour a unification bout rather than a trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder Wilder has 30 days to activate a rematch clause for a trilogy fight, though Warren and camp Fury would prefer to take on Joshua, who holds the rest of the belts in the division. Speaking to Boxing Social straight after the fight, Warren said: ‘Everything is in the hands of Deontay Wilder’s team for the next 30 days. I’d like to see a unification.’Advertisement Read Also: Boxing: Fury calls out Anthony Joshua after beating Wilder‘But that’s what I’d do, to at least keep his position, that’s the sensible thing to do. But it’s his choice. But it ain’t gonna be no different next time around if there even is a next time around.‘He’s just got his number. He had his number in the first fight – he won the first fight! I keep saying, we made that first fight believing that he’d win it. So this time he emphatically won it, and did it in style.’FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Wilder was totally out-boxed by Fury in Las Vegas Warren had previously suggested Joshua would only get 40%, but he was even cheekier after watching Fury’s brilliant display. Asked if it would be a 50/50 split, he said smiling: ‘I don’t know now. He’s in the slipstream isn’t he? Maybe make it 70/30 generously on second thoughts [smiling].’ Warren was also asked about the clamour for Fury to fight Joshua, telling iFL TV: ‘Not a problem. That’s where we are, we’re top of the world with heavyweights aren’t we. It’s brilliant. But we all know who the number one is. ‘Of course we want to see it. Listen, he don’t duck anyone. He went to Germany and beat the guy with the second longest reign of any heavyweight champion. He’s been here [USA] twice. Who does he duck? Come on.’ On whether Wilder will take the rematch, Warren added: ‘You would expect him to exercise the option, whether he goes through with it I don’t know. Promoted ContentA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV ShowsTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her GrandsonBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The WorldHe Didn’t Agree With His Character Becoming Gay And Quit A RoleDazzling Wedding Looks From Different Countries In The WorldTraditional Wedding Outfits In Different Countries
“The goal was like a knife in our back; by surprise you are losing 1-0,” Mourinho said. “(But) in the first half we played very well. We played with balance, we played calm, no panic, no silly decisions, no mistakes, not going from 1-0 to 2-0, not risking a lot. That was a sign of maturity. “We deserved the three points in a match which was a must-win for us. We knew that three title contenders lost points before us, so it was important for us to win this game.” Mourinho attempted to play down Chelsea’s title ambitions, merely suggesting it was important his team were in contention after being out of it at this stage of the season in recent campaigns. “They must feel the responsibility to play for Chelsea,” Mourinho added. “Feeling that Chelsea cannot be in December – like it happened in a few seasons – completely out of the title race. “I can’t establish targets. I can’t say ‘now I want to win five consecutive matches, now I want to be top of the league’. “One of the things these boys have to learn is to cope with the responsibility of being there. We cannot be 15 points behind by December, we have to be there.” Next Chelsea face Sunderland, Stoke and Crystal Palace in three Premier League games before the December 23 contest at Arsenal. Mourinho is not ready to look ahead to the trip to the Emirates Stadium. “Now we have two matches away, after that we play Crystal Palace at home,” he added. “We are playing against three teams, they need points, because of the position they have, so we are going to have very difficult matches.” Michael Essien, on his first Premier League start since May 2012, gave away the ball for Rodriguez’s goal and was off the pace in a first half where he was booked for diving. Mourinho replaced the Ghana midfielder at half-time, insisting he did so only to safeguard against a potential dismissal. “Everybody makes a mistake,” Mourinho added. “Strikers they miss goals, goalkeepers they make mistakes, midfield players, they lose balls, especially when they try to play. And he tried to play. It was a back pass and they scored the goal. “He had a very normal performance. He played a part in the stability the team had in the first half, but one yellow card for 45 minutes is a long time. “I had to take one off and it was a very normal decision. Essien is Essien, he’s my man, he’s a Chelsea man and no problem, because other guys they make mistakes.” Ba was Essien’s replacement and proved a nuisance up front alongside Fernando Torres in a 4-4-2 formation as Chelsea chased the game, with Frank Lampard on in midfield for Oscar, who went off injured. “We gave Southampton a different game, a game that they didn’t expect,” Mourinho said. “I think it was difficult for them to cope with the situation.” Mauricio Pochettino admitted the early goal had an impact on Southampton’s approach and rued the concession of two goals from set-pieces. “It’s clear that the game changed when we scored that goal so early on,” Pochettino said. “I think we competed well and even up to them getting even, I think that was our best spell during the game because we were attacking. “Then we conceded two goals from set-pieces. That cannot happen. “That’s a mistake that shouldn’t happen in football. They were soft goals we shouldn’t have conceded.” After a first defeat in nine games at Arsenal, Saints have now lost to two of the title contenders who Pochettino says cannot be split. “They’re clearly two teams that are going to be in the fighting to win the league,” Pochettino said. “Both teams have their strengths, have their weapons to inflict a lot of danger to their opposition.” After Jay Rodriguez’s opening goal, Gary Cahill, John Terry and Demba Ba scored in the second half as Mourinho’s unbeaten Premier League home record was extended to 67 games and the Blues won for a sixth time in seven attempts at Stamford Bridge this season. The result was all the more significant after Liverpool lost at Hull and Manchester United and Tottenham drew at White Hart Lane. Press Association Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was delighted with the response of his players to conceding after 13 seconds in the 3-1 defeat of Southampton which took his side within four points of Barclays Premier League leaders Arsenal.
“The main objective is permanence, but seeing you as a leader allows you to dream” Jordi Quintillà Victor Ruiz, in San Galo from the winter market of 2019, is going through Switzerland “a great moment”. “I arrived in a country completely opposite to Spain and it was difficult for me to adapt, but it was a toll that I had to pay. I was always clear that I wanted to succeed in St. Gallen and I am currently very comfortable. When nobody gives you anything, it tastes much better, “adds Ruiz, who threw the corner that ended up meaning the draw against Basel. He did not participate in any of the goals Jordi Quintillà, but he was included in the ideal eleven of the week. Something that The former Barça values because “it means that my work as a midfielder is appreciated”. “It is the week that I am most satisfied. My importance in the team has increased compared to last year. The staff has undergone many changes and that has given me the responsibility of leading the team, “he values.After reaching the leadership of the Swiss Super League, San Galo has earned the right to dream. “The main objective is permanence, but seeing you as a leader allows you to dream“, Quintillà slides, who predicts that it will be” respect for the rivals “, which will lead them to do” great things “.” I don’t think about the championship, but the option of getting it is no longer a dream, it’s a reality ” “Victor Ruiz, for his part, values that the team has reached the first position in February:” There are only three months left and it is not the same as being a leader in September, “he adds. The Valencian reveals that St. Gallen”will fight for everything until the end “.One of the secrets of the success of St. Gallen is the good atmosphere that is breathed in the dressing room. “We call ourselves ‘crazy boys’ because we are young and we all get along very well. When the music plays, no matter whether it is in French or Spanish, we all dance like crazy and that joy is later reflected in the field, “Víctor Ruiz completes. Surely you can count on the fingers of one hand the inhabitants of San Galo who have ever heard of SD Formentera or Puerto Rico FC. They are the clubs from where they arrived at FC St. Gallen two of the great stars of the current leader of the Swiss First Division. The two also speak Spanish: The Valencian Victor Ruiz he is the team’s top assistant (8) and I excused him Jordi Quintillà He leads the table of top gunners (9) despite exercising as a midfielder.“Alain Sutter, the sports director, is looking for people with a good base, as is my case, that I played at FC Barcelona, to re-engage them in elite football and obtain profitability both economically and sportively,” Quintillà revealed to AS last November . It is the formula with which Sutter took them to St. Gallen in the 2018/19 exercise. After a season in which they stayed at the gates of Europe, Switzerland’s oldest club dreams of conquering its first league in the last 20 years.Last weekend, St. Gallen achieved an agonizing victory in the field of Basel, winner of the Super League 20 times. A triumph that meant “the best moment” of Victor Ruiz in a soccer field. “It allowed us to reach the leadership and collect the fruit of all the work we have been doing this season,” adds the Valencian. “We live it like every game: with a lot of confidence. We knew that if we won we would finish the day in first position,” Quintillà completes.