Hutton Decision Was Right Says DurieGORDON DURIE watched with interest as the will he

won’t he transfer saga with Alan Hutton and Spurs. Share00:00, 5 JAN 2008Updated08:14, 1 JUL 2012Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailGORDON DURIE watched with interest as the will he, won’t he transfer saga with Alan Hutton and Spurs.But the former Rangers striker believes the Scotland star was right to refuse the switch to his old club.As Hutton committed himself to Ibrox, Jukebox feels the 23 year old still has much to learn and his decision to blank the move shows a growing maturity on and off the park.While many observers will question the sanity of the full back’s stance Durie insists it’s evidence the defender’s mad days are jerseys He said: “If anyone is offered the chance to treble their wages then it sounds great and many will think he’s off his head and should jump at tit.”But he’s matured as a player and a man over the past year so he deserves immense credit for deciding his career is better served staying.”There is a sense of shock at his decision to stay where he is and that’s completely understandable.

David Oakley told the jury Michael Maltese, then 20, “was provoked to such a point that his actions did not rise to murder” when he killed Michael J. Maltese, 58, and Kathleen Maltese, 53, on Oct. 8, 2008, in the mobile home where he lived with his parents and girlfriend, Nicole Taylor, 18..

Every Wednesday people dress up in dresses and dance in the street to celebrate something of just a traditional party. They bring drums cow bells horns other instruments and wear costumes to dance in the streets traffic is headed up from corner to corner during this time but drives don’t mind or get upset at all most of them come out of their vehicles and join the celebration. Everyone a year we hold a Puerto Parade day..

“That’s the first time in a long time we beat ourselves,” Knicks Coach Don Nelson said. “We didn’t play a solid game, didn’t do the things that we’ve been working on in practice; handle that little trap. I think it’s a good lesson for us and shows how much we need Oak on the floor.

Job was to make sure that we understand all those different issues and that we deal with them and managed those issues effectively. Having been originally scheduled to sit through the entire week, Ontario Court Justice Charles Vaillancourt adjourned the trial Tuesday until Nov. 18 well after the Oct.