Home » News » Agencies & People » Back in black: Sanderson Young returns to form after a difficult five months previous nextAgencies & PeopleBack in black: Sanderson Young returns to form after a difficult five monthsFollowing a financial saga that nearly saw the company bought by rivals after an HMRC winding up order, business is back to usual.Nigel Lewis22nd February 201901,635 Views Leading North East estate agency Sanderson Young has officially opened its new flagship branch and hired extra staff just five months after being put up for sale following financial difficulties over an unpaid tax bill.“The future of our Alnwick office looks particularly bright,” says the company’s founder Duncan Young.The launch event at its new Alnwick branch marks the end of a saga that started with the non-payment of a £240,000 corporation tax, VAT and National Insurance bill due to an administrative error.Sanderson Young then faced a winding up order from HMRC and was initially offered for sale. A bidding war subsequently broke out between local rivals Pattinson and Bradley Hall to buy the business, which was eventually acquired by Duncan Young’s wife.A new company, DG Young Estates, now operates the business and all 50 of its staff kept their jobs at its three branches.Smaller branchThe business has now moved to a permanent, refurbished but smaller branch in Alnwick opposite the town’s theatre.It has also struck several new homes development deals including most recently with The High Street Group and Lindisfarne Homes, and hired an extra member of staff.“We were so lucky to secure these attractive premises, downsizing our interior office space whilst keeping the most important aspect, a large window frontage, that’s so visible to the public,” says Alnwich branch manager Gillian Greaves told The Chronicle.“We are now able to provide outstanding window display space for our new homes clients as well as our private vendors selling throughout mid and north Northumberland.”Pattinson Bradley Hall Sanderson Young Duncan Young February 22, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
Hear the Bang Denny Lile 3:19 3:26 2:55 5:09 Embed Audio PlayerDenny LileHear the BangUse Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.00:000:00 / 2:55 3:24 4:27 Lavendula Israel Nash 4:05 In My Ring Violent Mae Copy and paste this code to your site to embed. Lately I’ve Rescued a Rose Stephen Young & The Union Featured this month is a premiere of “Hear the Bang” from long departed songwriter Denny Lile.Even the brightest light can be lost in shadow.Perhaps the most poignant story in all of the artists featured on this month’s Trail Mix is that of Denny Lile. A rising songwriting star from Louisville, Kentucky, Lile’s music and, ultimately, his life, fell victim to substance abuse. Lile died in 1995 at the age of 44 due to complications from alcoholism, joining Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, and Graham Parsons in the ranks of musicians gone well before their time.Hear The Bang: The Life and Music of Denny Lile was released last month, finally shedding long deserved light on a man and his music and absolutely justifying Lile’s comparisons to the likes of Townes van Zandt, Kris Kristofferson, and Vic Chesnutt. Recorded in 1971, the songs on this record have been shelved for over forty years. We can thank the folks at Big Legal Mess Records for finally bringing this collection to the light of day.Trail Mix is happy to premiere the title track, “Hear The Bang,” on this month’s mix.Also featured this month are brand new tracks from Israel Nash, Carlos Timon, Granville Automatic, Joanne Rand, Sun Club, Violent Mae, McClain Sullivan, The Pollies, and Red Moon Road.For our fans of jazz, please check out “Reflections,” a Thelonious Monk tune aptly reinterpreted by Terry Adams of NRBQ.And we are just getting started! More goodness awaits with tunes from The Harrow, Elephant Stone, Sarah Clanton, Stephen Young & The Union, and the Kathy Kallick Band.Stay tuned to the Trail Mix blog. On tap this month are chats with Andy Hackbarth, Peter Cooper, Annabelle’s Curse, and The Nouveaux Honkies.And, of course, make sure you get out and support the artists who have given their music to Trail Mix this month. Tell a friend, buy a ticket, or grab a record or two. Love Like Shadows The Harrow Sweet Carolina Sarah Clanton Woodstock Joanne Rand Rose Mary y Yo Carlos Timón Tropicoller Lease Sun Club 3:44 Lost The Pollies Steal You Away Andy Hackbarth 3:26 2:29 Whiskey’s Gettin’ Harder To Drink The Nouveaux Honkies 5:09 3:07 Lanterns At Horseshoe Ridge Granville Automatic 3:58 4:30 Words Of The Walls Red Moon Road 4:44 3:54 Reflections Terry Adams The Devil’s Shelter Elephant Stone 3:24 Lovedrunk Desperados Annabelle’s Curse My Bad McClain Sullivan 5:43 3:56 3:24 Carnival Jim & Jean Peter Cooper My Montana Home Kathy Kallick Band
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Argentina are facing the prospect of an early World Cup exit after a dreadful error from goalkeeper Willy Caballero set Croatia on their way to 3-0 victory and a place in the last 16.SAMPAOLI’S QUESTIONABLE TACTICSThe heavily tattooed Jorge Sampaoli deployed an unusual 3-4-3- formation and it never got the Argentinian team going. In the 4th minute, Ivan Perisic was slid through on goal. His effort was clawed away by Willy Caballero and that exposes the weakness of the 3-4-3 system. When the wing backs push forward, they leave a lot of gap behind them and any quick thinking forward line will be devastating during counter attacks. In the first half, we saw Croatia try to exploit such spaces left behind by the advancing wingbacks of Argentina. Though Argentina had 58% possession, most of their passes went sideways due to Croatia’s midfield overload. The pattern didn’t change in the second half putting Sampaoli’s tactical prowess under scrutiny.MESSI NEEDS SUPPORTThe difference between the Lionel Messi of Barcelona and the Lionel Messi of Argentina is the potency of the midfield. In this game, there was a lack of supply to Messi. He had to drop deeper and deeper in order to carve out something for his team. Argentina was outnumbered in midfield and they simply had no response to it. Argentina cannot go far if their game plan is to rely on Messi. Messi is definitely a genius but he is no God. Sampaoli has been weak in finding a system to accommodate Messi, Paolo Dybala and Angel Di Maria. In effect, when Messi is heavily marked, there is none other to rely on for creativity.MODRIC AND RAKITIC IMMENSE Modric and Rakitic were immense in this game as they run the midfield and prevented Argentina’s midfield duo of Javier Mascherano and Perez from producing anything worthwhile. In first-half stoppage time, Modric played Rebic through on goal with an exquisite pass. That was an indication of the level of vision of Modric, the midfield maestro. Modric capped his excellent display with a very breathtaking goal in the 80th minute.ZLATKO DALIC SPOT ON WITH HIS TACTICSThe Dalic came up with an excellent strategy to outwit Sampaoli. Dalic set-up his team to outnumber Argentina in the midfield whiles relying on the experience of Modric and wingers, Ivan Perisic and Rebic to exploit faces vacated by Argentina’s wingbacks. Without the ball, Croatia lined up in a 5-4-1 formation and with the ball, Croatia looked to spread play quickly to the flanks which worked to perfection. Sampaoli’s weakness has been an inability to galvanise his group of individually talented players into a solid team.IT SEEMS ARGENTINA HAS NO IN-DEPTH KNOWLEDGE OF WILLY CABALLEROWilly Caballero is a decent goalkeeper but he is absolutely poor when playing out the back. He was ditched by Guardiola because of this and it was shocking to see Argentina playing out the back despite Caballero’s poor footwork. He nearly caused Argentina in their game against Iceland. In the first half, he nearly gave Mandzukic a clear sight at goal with a weak pass to Nicolas Tagliafico. However, Caballero could do nothing when his miskick landed straight in the path of Ante Rebic. The Argentinian staff must know that playing out the back is not Caballero’s thing.