Liverpool fans angry over move to Anfield

Liverpool fans have reacted angrily after the Reds announced the signing of German international defender Gedion Zelalem, a move that is set to leave the club in financial turmoil.

Gedion was signed by the Reds from Bundesliga side Wolfsburg in the summer and has started just three league matches since the move.

However, Liverpool fans were furious at the move and they launched an online petition demanding the club return the defender to his homeland.

The petition, entitled ‘Liverpool fans must return Gedison Zelalems £100k loan deal’, has received more than 70,000 signatures so far and has been signed by a number of Liverpool supporters groups, including the Red Devils, Reds Supporters’ Trust and Liverpool Supporters Trust.

Supporters are now planning to go ahead with a protest on Sunday evening, when the club’s pre-season tour begins, to demand Zelales return.

A number of fans, including some who have travelled from across the UK, are also expected to be in attendance.

Gelinas, who scored for Germany in a friendly against Sweden last week, said on Twitter that he would be happy to return to Germany.

“I’m really happy to play for Liverpool.

They gave me a fantastic opportunity and I’m grateful for it,” he said.”

It’s a great club.

It’s an amazing city.

And I’ll be back and I’ll try to help Liverpool win a trophy.”

You know, I’m really looking forward to it.

I love this club and I love the fans.

“Gelins played for Germany at the European Under-21 Championship last month.

The 26-year-old joined Liverpool from Wolfsburg last summer for £8.5m and is expected to feature heavily in their pre-game warm-ups.

Liverpool’s first Premier League match is against Stoke City at Anfield on Saturday (kick-off 12:00 BST) and the club are also hosting Stoke City in their next game, on Saturday October 14.

The move has come at a time when the Reds have been on a major rebuilding process following the sacking of Brendan Rodgers as manager in the wake of the Europa League final defeat to Barcelona.

Liverpool currently sit fifth in the Premier League, five points clear of Manchester City, who face Manchester United in the Capital One Cup semi-finals on Saturday.

The best places to find free wifi in Austin

You might be surprised to learn that Austin is home to a lot of free WiFi.

Here’s a rundown of some of the best places in town to grab one.

First mover Advantage: The new AT&T Next is on the way, and the new Google Home speakers are here to stay.

If you’re looking for a new speaker for your living room, try the new Sonos One.

Second mover Opportunity: Get ready for more free WiFi this month.

AT&amps;T is rolling out new features to the service that will make it easier for customers to find what they’re looking to use.

Google Home is also adding a new voice search feature that will allow you to use voice commands to quickly find your phone.

You can even search for what apps you’re using, or for what services you’re interested in.

Third mover The new Google Pixel is here to Stay.

You won’t find it anywhere else on the market, and you won’t have to worry about getting one when it arrives.

Google’s newest Android phone is packed with tons of Google features, and it’s got a killer camera, a great screen and plenty of room for storage.

Fourth mover Free Wi-Fi is here, and we’ve got you covered.

Here are a few free Wi-fi options in your area.

If it’s not free, you can always sign up for a trial and try it for a few days.

How to Move Out Notice

MSNBC -2,400,000 viewers last week, the highest-rated network of any cable news network, and its biggest audience since its inception in 1995.

MSNBC is expected to continue its run in the top 10 in its prime time ratings, averaging 6.3 million viewers, for the week ending Feb. 14.CNN is on pace to add 1.7 million viewers to its average for the month, according to Nielsen, as it airs three prime time debates and three CNN-hosted town halls.

CNN is also expected to add another 3.4 million viewers for the March 1-4 and April 1-2 prime time months.

Fox News is expected by the week to add more than 1.6 million viewers and average about 2.7 viewers per debate.

Fox’s viewership is forecast to grow from 2.9 million viewers last year to 2.75 million this year.

MSNBC and CNN are expected to remain among the most-watched news programs on the cable news networks, even though they are also the two most-used platforms on cable news.CNN and Fox are expected by CNN’s Jim Acosta last week to host their third prime time debate in three weeks.CNN will be airing the final debate of the week on Feb. 13 at 11 p.m.

ET, the network announced.

CNN has also announced the March 3 debate will be held at 8 p.p.m ET on CNN.

When the NCW moves out notice: What to expect in Charlotte

NCW’s move out notice has been issued by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Regional Transportation Authority (CRTA) for all Charlotte-area bus routes and terminals.

 This means Charlotte-based CRTA will no longer be able to operate any routes and terminal in the area.

The notice, which is posted in the morning, applies to all Charlotte area bus routes: