first_imgHendersons first home, 41 Arthur St.MERMAID Beach’s real estate heavy weights, the Hendersons have sold their childhood property. The Professionals Mermaid Beach bosses Luke and brother Andrew Henderson sold 1/41 Arthur St, for $1.088 million. The property from their childhood has been developed into stylish villas. Hendersons first home, 41 Arthur St.The real estate and horse racing identities who once called the property home said a lot has changed in Mermaid Beach since they lived at the beachside block. “The villa sits on the site where our bedrooms used to be,’’ Andrew Henderson said. “We were very young when we lived there but I clearly remember it being an older style, two storey home.“The difference between the home that we grew up in and these villas is just enormous.”More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoHendersons first home, 41 Arthur St.Luke Henderson said his father originally sold their childhood home in the late 70s for a bigger block at 19 Seagull Ave.“I was probably a year old at the time but dad needed more space to raise three boys, so we moved a street over.”The brothers said they spent their weekends at Nobby Beach competing in the surf lifesaving carnivals or riding their bicycles around the suburb while their father John Henderson conducted open houses in the area.“A lot has changed in the area since then with a lot of the older homes being replaced bynewer homes over the past 10 years,” Andrew Henderson said.“There are not too many of the original buildings left because people have realised the value of the area and the opportunity to renovate existing dwellings.“The amount of building activity we have seen in the suburb over the past three years hasbeen incredible and we haven’t seen anything like this since before the Global FinancialCrisis.“The level of confidence in the market is fantastic and it is terrific to see the suburb beingtransformed.”Meanwhile, their brother David Henderson is trying to find a buyer for his mega-mansion at 187-191 Hedges Ave listed for $17.250 million through Kollosche Prestige agents and Luke Henderson from the Professionals.last_img read more

first_imgPARIS, France (AFP) – FIFA yesterday relaxed the rules on the release of players for the upcoming international window “in light of the recent evolution of the coronavirus pandemic”.Clubs are usually obliged to release players to national teams during those parts of the calendar reserved for international games. However quarantine rules in many countries will make travel impractical, FIFA said in a statement.“Many national governments have again implemented travel and immigration restrictions due to a renewed increase in COVID-19 infections. Some of these measures directly impact international competition, such as mandatory periods of quarantine or self-isolation and travel restrictions,” the statement explained.Clubs will not be obliged to release their players if there is a mandatory quarantine in the country where the club is based, in the country where the international game will take place or when there are travel restrictions between the two locations and there are no specific exemptions for the players.The ruling applies to the men’s international window from August 31 to September 8 and the women’s window from September 14 to 22.FiIFA had already decided that international matches in those slots could only take place in Europe.last_img read more

first_imgThose matches will all kick-off at 7:45, while there are three games that will start at 8pm.Man United host Stoke at Old Trafford while Crystal Palace entertain Bournemouth and Swansea are away to West Brom. Leaders Leicester City face a tough match-up against Liverpool at the King Power Stadium while Arsenal are also at home to Southampton.Man City fans will be anxious to see what the reaction is from their players following yesterday’s news that manager Manuel Pellegrini will leave at the end of the season – City visit Sunderland tonight.Elsewhere, Norwich are up against in-form Tottenham at Carrow Road while struggling Aston Villa visit West Ham.last_img read more