Gold Coast Queenslander snapped up for $1.45 million

first_img53 Petsch Creek Rd, Tallebudgera Valley. 53 Petsch Creek Rd, Tallebudgera Valley. 53 Petsch Creek Rd, Tallebudgera Valley.A TALLEBUDGERA Valley Queenslander has been snapped up for $1.45 million after just 10 days on the market.The property at 53 Petsch Creek Rd was set to go to auction but the owners received an offer too good to refuse.Ray White Tugun agent Ken Jacob said the buyers, from Runaway Bay, were looking for a tree-change.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“You can really appreciate the country life our here and the buyers totally fell in love with the property,” Mr Jacob said.“It is beautifully presented with a lovely creek that runs through it.”There are two residences on the property including the main Queenslander residence as well as a separate self-contained two-bedroom cottage.Described as perfect for “the horse enthusiast family”, the acreage property it set up with perimeter fencing, a stable and feed/tack room.last_img read more

FC IfeanyiUbah coaches get certification waiver

first_imgRelatedPosts Victory over FC IfeanyiUbah was below expectation — Rivers United coach Tricky finale as NPFL Championship Playoffs ends Our fitness overwhelmed FC Ifeanyiubah — Lobi coach FC IfeanyiUbah have received a temporary waiver for its coaches until mid-season when they are expected to have obtained requisite qualifications to coach a Nigeria Professional Football League club.The League Management Company granted the waiver following an application by the club requesting that Head Coach, Uche Okagbue, and his assistants be allowed time to obtain CAF Coaching licences in line with the NPFL framework and rules.The LMC had in a letter dated November 1, 2019 directed the club that all the coaches it presented for registration did not have the required CAF graded Coaching Licence .But FC IfeanyiUbah in a response on same date applied for a waiver.In reply, the LMC said: ““We note, from your response, your application for a temporary waiver, noting that Okagbue should be granted a waiver in recognition of his status as an ex-international and years of experience in coaching at various clubs. For their Assistant Coaches, the Club argued that they have registered for the requisite qualification courses.”In approving the waiver, the LMC said it has taken cognizance of the grounds of the appeal, but would only limit the period of the waiver to the first half of the season during which the Coaches must present proof of their certification.Tags: Certification waiverFC IfeanyiUbahLeague Managament CompanyUche Okagbuelast_img read more