The year 2018 ended on a grieving note for an Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) family after a labourer, Kevin Moses Betancourt, was stabbed to death.Reports are the 23-year-old was stabbed to death at about 21:30h on old years’ night at Pamona Housing Scheme.According to reports, Betancourt went in search of a friend with whom he hadDead: Kevin Moses Betancourtearlier in the day met in a masquerade band. Guyana Times was told that as the 23-year-old entered the premises at Pamona Housing Scheme, the suspect, who was intoxicated, requested that he leave the yard. This led to a physical confrontation and the suspect whipped out a knife and wounded Betancourt to his neck and chest.The young man was rushed to the Suddie Public Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. A relative of the suspect told this publication that he was recently released from prison, having served time for assaulting an old man. The suspect is from the Pomeroon River area and was spending the holidays at his cousin’s residence in Pamona.Speaking with Guyana Times, the dead man’s mother, Bibi Nazim said her son Kevin is her second child of four children, born in Venezuela. She said the family moved back to Guyana about 10 years ago. The suspect was subsequently arrested.Meanwhile, a post-mortem examination conducted on the body of Betancourt showed that he died as a result of a perforation to the heart.
20 20 20 13. Watford’s record attendance is 34,099 at Vicarage Road for an FA Cup fourth round tie against Manchester United on 3 February 1969 14. Southampton’s record attendance at St Mary’s is 32,363 v Coventry City, on 28 April 2012, when the home side achieved promotion from the Championship West Ham’s record attendance at Upton Park was 42,322 against Tottenham in 1970, but that figure will be smashed at the 60,000-capacity Olympic Stadium. Find out how this compares with the record attendances at the other 19 Premier League stadiums – click the arrow above to see the grounds ranked, from lowest to highest 20 20 17. Stoke City’s record attendance at the Bet365 Stadium is 28,218 for an FA Cup third round tie against Everton in 2002 16. Bournemouth’s record attendance at Dean Court is the 28,799 spectators who watched an FA Cup match against Manchester United’s Busby Babes in 1957 20 15. Leicester City’s record attendance at the KP Stadium is 32,242 for their first game of the title-winning 2015/16 Premier League campaign, against Sunderland 19. Swansea City’s record attendance at the Liberty Stadium is 20,972 v Liverpool in the Premier League on 1 May 2016 20 4. Tottenham’s record attendance at White Hart Lane is 75,038 for an FA Cup tie against Sunderland on 5 March 1938 20 11. Sunderland’s record attendance at the Stadium of Light is 48,335, set when Liverpool visited Wearside in the Premier League in April 2002 20 20 20 5. West Bromwich Albion’s record attendance at the Hawthorns is 64,815 v Arsenal in the 1937 FA Cup 20 20 18. Hull City’s record attendance at the KC Stadium is 25,030 set on 9 May 2010 for the last Premier League match of the season, against Liverpool 20 20 8. Burnley’s record attendance at Turf Moor came way back in 1924, when 54,755 people watched an FA Cup match against Huddersfield Town 20 12. The record attendance at Middlesbrough’s Riverside Stadium was actually for an England Euro 2004 qualifier, when the Three Lions faced Slovakia in June 2003 in front of 35,000 fans – The best figure for a Middlesbrough game was the 34,836 attendance for the Premier League visit of Norwich City on 28 December 2004. 9. Manchester City’s record attendance at the Etihad Stadium is 54,693 for the Premier League visit of Leicester on 6 February 2016 10. Crystal Palace’s record attendance at Selhurst Park is 51,801, for the defeat of Burnley that clinched the Second Division title (the second tier in those days) back in 1979 20 6. Liverpool’s record attendance at Anfield is 61,905, set at an FA Cup match between Liverpool and Wolverhampton Wanderers in 1952 20 7. Arsenal’s record attendance at the Emirates Stadium is 60,161, for a 2–2 Premier League draw with Manchester United on 3 November 2007 West Ham United move into their new Olympic Stadium home for the 2016/17 season and one thing is certain: they will smash their attendance record.That is because the Hammers old home, Upton Park, never had anywhere near as large a capacity as the 60,000-seat Olympic Stadium.From the first game at the modern arena, West Ham will set a new attendance record.But how do the other 19 Premier League clubs compare when it comes to record attendances at their current home?Take a look at the gallery above to find out. 3. The record attendance at Old Trafford is not for a Manchester United game; instead, it’s the 76,962 who attended an FA Cup semi-final between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Grimsby Town on 25 March 1939 – United’s highest attendance at Old Trafford is 76,098 for a Premier League game against Blackburn Rovers in March 2007, but the club’s actual highest home attendance is 83,260 for a First Division game against Arsenal in January 1948… although that figure was achieved while the Red Devils were temporarily playing at the Maine Road home of Manchester City, due to Second World War bomb damage of Old Trafford. 20 2. Everton’s record attendance at Goodison Park is 78,299 for the visit of Liverpool in Division One, on 18 September 1948 20 1. Chelsea’s record attendance at Stamford Bridge is 82,905 v Arsenal in Division One in October 1935