zoom The merger transactions between Frontline and Frontline 2012 have been approved today at the special general meeting of the shareholders of the respective companies.The merger will see Frontline as the surviving legal entity and Frontline 2012 becoming a wholly-owned subsidiary of Frontline, creating the second biggest tanker shipping company.The closing of the merger is expected to take place following close of trade on the Oslo Stock Exchange and close of the NOTC today.Once completed, Frontline together with its subsidiary Frontline 2012 will have a fleet of approximately 90 vessels, including vessels on commercial management, vessels on time charter in and newbuildings due for delivery in the next 24 months.
Rabat – Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho swore at Everton boss Roberto Martinez following Blues’ 3-1 defeat at the Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon. The Portuguese was angry at Martinez because he wanted to talk to the media first.The Everton boss went first with his post-game interview which resulted in delaying Chelsea’s trip home. Premier League tradition stipulates that home managers allow the away boss to go first with post-game interviews so they can leave. The Everton manager was talking to the press away from the television cameras, when Mourinho approached him and said: “Roberto, Roberto, next time tell me go before you because we have to travel.” Martinez replied: “We don’t control that Jose, I don’t control that.” Mourinho then shouted: “****** hell”, before walking off.Martinez, cup of coffee in hand, mocked: “When he beat us 6-3 (last season) he was such a nice man. I prefer him like that!”Chelsea’s 3-1 defeat at Everton on Saturday marked the London-based team’s worst opening in the Premier League in 29 years.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permission