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Patrice Evra moves to bury the hatchet with Luis Suarez

Posted in nezyezlq on August 6th, 2020

first_img 21/10/2016 The Juventus defender fell out with the Barcelona striker when they were at Manchester United and Liverpool respectively, after the Uruguayan racially abused the Frenchman – and was subsequently banned for eight games. Suarez won the boot for the second time after notching 40 goals for Barcelona last term. But now Evra has posted a picture of Suarez with the European Golden Shoe, which he picked up on Thursday, and wrote: “On my Instagram there’s only love and never hate. Luis, you are a greeat player and the best No 9. Congratulations Luis. I love this game! Hahahaah.” Sport ENcenter_img CEST Upd. at 00:35 Patrice Evra has made a move to bury the hatchet with Luis Suarez.last_img read more

Valencia looking to send Michy Batshuayi back to Chelsea in January

Posted in nezyezlq on August 6th, 2020

first_imgAdvertisement xn7NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs29xo0Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Egkk( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) toWould you ever consider trying this?😱vqeCan your students do this? 🌚qfpdRoller skating! Powered by Firework The strikers curse continues at Chelsea as The Blues find it difficult to find someone to regularly tuck in goals for them. Morata and Giroud both have exhibited their limitations and if a new striker does not come in soon , Chelsea’s ambition may as well remain fantasies.Advertisement Spaniard Alvaro Morata has scored five times this season. Giroud only has one to his name and Sarri opted to play Eden Hazard as a false nine during the impressive win over previously unbeaten Manchester City on Saturday night.Michy Batshuayi is seen to be having a similar type of season as his counterparts at his parent club. The Belgian forward has just one league goal to his name, with one goal in the Champions League and one in the Copa del Rey.Advertisement And reports coming out of Spain, as per Sport Witness , suggest that Valencia are ready to send him back to Chelsea in January in order to be able to bring another player in.CLos Che are keen to send the 25-year-old back to Stamford Bridge and Batshuayi, whose Chelsea career has never got off the ground – his sole achievement being scoring the winning goal against West Brom in 2016/17 to secure the Premier League title for the Blues – would have to show something extraordinary on the training ground to be handed a chance under Sarri.Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

2019 French Open: India’s singles challenge ends with Prajnesh Gunneswaran losing in straight sets

Posted in nezyezlq on August 6th, 2020

first_imgAdvertisement 7r4uq5NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs35jicWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E8c43d( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 9gpuWould you ever consider trying this?😱7h45kCan your students do this? 🌚an9hf2dRoller skating! Powered by Firework India’s singles challenge in the 2019 French Open ended on Sunday when Prajnesh Gunneswaran lost to Bolivia’s Hugo Dellien 1-6, 3-6, 1-6 in straight sets. Prajnesh was India’s sole singles representative to enter the main draw after Ramkumar Ramanathan and Ankita Raina bowed out in the Qualifiers.Advertisement Prajnesh Gunneswaran lost to his Bolivian opponent in straight sets at the 2019 French OpenAfter being out of action for weeks owing to a shoulder injury, Prajnesh’s rustiness paved way for the Bolivian’s victory. The World No. 86 made a lot of errors in returning Dellien’s serve which wasn’t his lethal weapon.Not enough preparation in clay court hurt Prajnesh’s prospects as he competed in only two matches on the red shale. Dellien, on the other hand, reached the quarter-final of Geneva Open.Advertisement Prajnesh’s loss doesn’t draw curtains to India’s campaign in the 2019 French Open. India’s all the other competitors are in men’s doubles where the pairs of Jeevan Neduncheziyan and Micha Zverev, Rohan Bopanna and Marius Copil, Divij Sharan and Marcus Demoliner, and Leander Paes and Benoit Paire would be in action on Tuesday in the men’s doubles event.Prajnesh Gunneswaran would like to forget his disappointing clay season and focus on the upcoming grass season. The Chennai-born athlete is expected to play in three ATP Tour events before the Wimbledon in July.Advertisement Also Read: Indian Tennis star Ankita Raina upsets former US Open winner   Advertisementlast_img read more

Chess ‘queen’ keen for next move

Posted in nezyezlq on August 5th, 2020

first_imgBy Bonny Burrows If life was a chess board Victoria Hendrick would be the queen. At just 15 years of…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Whitmore takes positives from Saudi defeat

Posted in nezyezlq on January 19th, 2020

first_img GREAT EXPERIENCE Jamaica’s men’s senior team head coach Theodore ‘Tappa’ Whitmore credited his players for their fighting spirit despite a loss in the friendly international game against Saudi Arabia last Saturday. The Reggae Boyz went down 5-2 away to Saudi Arabia in Jeddah. Salem Al-Dawari sent the home side ahead in the 23rd minute, but Jamiel Hardware cancelled that strike seven minutes later. The home side converted three times within 10 minutes to lead 4-1. Mohammed Ali-Sahlawi scored in the 38th minute, then seven minutes later Salman Al-Faraj converted a penalty. Mohammed Al-Breik scored in the 48th minute. Reggae Boyz substitute Marvin Morgan gave his team some hope when he scored a wonderful goal in the 68th minute. However, Abdulmajeed Al-Ruwalli scored his team’s fifth goal in the 90th minute. But despite the scoreline, Whitmore was encouraged by his squad of mostly local-based players. “It was a great experience for the players, especially the young ones. We lost, but it is the time for that now,” he said, suggesting that at this time, the team’s performance is more important than results. “I am very pleased with the performance of the players, especially in the last 35 minutes,” Whitmore told The Gleaner following the team’s arrival at the Norman Manley International Airport yesterday morning. Whitmore said that the plan is to continue giving the local players experience at the international level. But getting games is up to the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF). “We will continue looking at local players to find the right mix. The young players need exposure in order to develop. We want to play more games, but that is up to the JFF,” he said. Whitmore gave a starting role to promising midfielder Alex Marshall, but the former St George’s College and national youth star struggled with the pace of the game. Hardware, who netted his second goal for the senior team in four games, was one of the better players for the Boyz. marc.stamp@gleanerjm.comlast_img read more

Late penalty kick lifts Los Altos, 3-2

Posted in nezyezlq on January 11th, 2020

first_imgTrouble started with 10 minutes remaining. After Wildcats goalkeeper Alex Frutos made a save just below the crossbar, he seemed to take exception to an opponent’s trash talk and bounced the ball off of the head of a Los Altos player. His action resulted in a penalty kick for Los Altos that Martinez converted for the deciding goal. An evenly matched first half changed just 10 seconds before the break. The Wildcats (13-5-5, 3-3-1) took a corner kick, but the Conquerors cleared it and Martinez was off to the races. He dribbled around one defender at a time before challenging Frutos. Frutos tried to cut down the angle, but Martinez’s shot hit the back post and went into the net for the 1-0 lead. Three minutes into the second half, the Conquerors were called for a handball in the box and Garry Quintero scored on the penalty kick for his first of two goals. “This is my first game this season because of my grades,” Martinez said. “But we came out here and showed them who is the better team.” The Conquerors (4-5-3 overall, 2-4 league) came in with a lot of motivation. There was the intense crosstown rivalry with Wilson in the Miramonte League and a desire for revenge after a 1-0 loss earlier in the season to the Wildcats. HACIENDA HEIGHTS – Kevin Martinez returned to the soccer field Friday night to play his first game of the season for Los Altos High and did so with authority. The forward scored a hat trick to defeat Wilson High 3-2 in a game played with a tremendous amount of intensity. center_img Martinez was at it again midway through the second half. Bradford Hernandez dribbled up the left side and crossed it to Martinez, who took a one-time shot and the 2-1 lead. Just minutes later, Quintero tied the game 2-2. kim.swanson@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2239 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

City reportedly offers 6 unions 23% pay hike

Posted in nezyezlq on January 3rd, 2020

first_imgWith a payroll of about $1 billion – and each percent in salary increase worth about $12 million for the entire work force – the first year of the pay hike would cost the city roughly $30 million. The final five-year cost of the contract would be just more than $200 million. Earlier this year, the Engineers and Architects Association staged a three-day walkout in protest of salary disparities and won a three-year contract with annual raises of 3 percent. The most recent contract for civilian workers in the city was for a three-year deal with a total of 6.25 percent salary increases and no raise the first year. City officials declined Thursday to discuss many of the terms of this week’s contract deal. Details could be under wraps for up to a month as the unions’ 22,000 members vote on whether to ratify the pact. Officials have noted the contract includes a unique cost-savings provision in its final two years that forces employees to find savings in the way they work or face penalties. The deal was reached just as the current contracts expired and ended days of intense negotiating in which the unions sought parity with DWP workers, who are among the highest-paid employees in the city. Two years ago DWP workers got a five-year contract guaranteeing 16.8 percent raises and up to 28percent depending on inflation. While the six-union deal offers many workers raises significantly higher than the DWP raises, it still fails to close a wide salary gap that already exists. The civilian employees’ contract also is not tied to the same national consumer price index, sources said. Barbara Maynard, spokeswoman for Coalition of L.A. City Unions that is representing the unions, also declined comment Thursday. “We’re not going to comment on anything with regard to a labor agreement,” she said. But one source who described details of the package said the 2.75 percent increases for the top-tier workers was unexpected. Sources earlier this week had told the Daily News that the increase was about 13 percent – but did not mention the remainder of the deal. The contract must still be ratified by members and approved by the City Council and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. The civilian coalition in the recent talks included Service Employees International Union Local 721, representing 9,160 workers from custodians and trash-truck drivers to street-services employees. It also represented 9,000 American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees District Council 36 employees including clerical workers, librarians, professional medical employees, Community Redevelopment Agency workers, and mostly part-time Recreation and Parks employees. Other unions include the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 501, Laborers International Union Local 777, Los Angeles/Orange County Building & Construction Trades Council, and Teamsters Local 911. Council members also have either declined to talk about the deal, or said they haven’t seen a final version. Councilman Dennis Zine, chairman of the council’s Personnel Committee, said he’ll wait to see the justification for the pay raises. “Are they reasonable?” beth.barrett@dailynews.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! CONTRACT: The city won’t discuss terms until the pact is ratified. Its five-year cost is about $200 million. By Beth Barrett STAFF WRITER Los Angeles officials and six unions have negotiated a contract that will give the bulk of the city’s civilian work force up to a 23 percent pay hike at the end of five years, the Daily News has learned. The deal means thousands of city workers will see salary increases even greater than a controversial 16.8 percent salary deal recently negotiated for Department of Water and Power workers. Details of the six-union deal have remained secret since the tentative pact was reached late Sunday. Sources familiar with it say the package includes a 14.25 percent raise over five years for all of the unions’ 22,000 workers. But they also note the deal is sweetened by an additional 8.25 percent hike in the past three years for the most experienced and skilled workers – or up to 80 percent of the unions’ members. Factoring in those three extra 2.75 percent annual increases, most employees would see a pay boost of nearly 23 percent at the end of the contract. last_img read more

Watford join Marseille in the race for Tottenham flop

Posted in nezyezlq on January 3rd, 2020

first_img Benjamin Stambouli in action for Tottenham 1 Watford have joined the race for Tottenham midfielder Benjamin Stambouli.talkSPORT told you on Monday about Marseille’s interest in the Frenchman, who has struggled to find a spot in Spurs’ first-team this season.The 24-year-old arrived at White Hart Lane last summer from Montpellier but it is thought that Tottenham are already willing to listen to offers for him.And, according to L’Equipe, that has sparked interest from newly-promoted Watford who are ready to battle Marseille for his signature.The Hornets are still on the hunt for a new manager after parting ways with Slavisa Jokanovic last month.However, that has not stopped them beginning their summer recruitment drive, with the club identifying Stambouli as a main target.last_img read more

Teaching life – along with drilling, sanding

Posted in nezyezlq on December 28th, 2019
first_imgSUNLAND – Marley Chung likes to drill life lessons into the minds of her wood-shop students. She tells them how rising gas prices affect operating costs for delivery trucks, which translates into more expensive lumber. That means her students will pay more out of pocket for the jewelry boxes and key chain holders they’ll create this semester. “I don’t like to get stuck with one teaching method,” Chung said. “I’m always trying for new ways to make it work.” For more than 20 years, Chung has combined math, economics and her love of carpentry to lead a successful shop class at Mount Gleason Middle School. Her classroom is a classic workshop, complete with cabinets lined with hammers and hand drills, blueprints and stencils. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsThis week, Chung was among a number of teachers honored as part of National Teacher Appreciation Week. At a time when shop classes have been chipped away to make room for increased technology instruction, Chung teaches the last middle-school-level wood-shop class within the Los Angeles Unified School District. She also is the only female shop teacher districtwide. “Children respond so positively to her,” Mount Gleason Principal John McLaughlin, who selected her for the distinction. “She’s an example of the fine teaching that goes on at Mount Gleason, and throughout the LAUSD.” On a recent afternoon, 35 students sawed, sanded, polished and painted small wooden boxes with detachable lids. Before they can move on to the next level, they must stand in line at Chung’s bench for inspection. She uses a giant pencil the length of her forearm to mark off a check list. One boy shows Chung two sanded pieces of timber. She points her red, nail-polished finger at some smudges on the wood and sends the boy back to continue sanding the stains down. About half of those who take Chung’s classes are girls. Her students are too young to know that just a few decades ago, girls were discouraged – and even prohibited – from taking wood shop. “When I was in school, I was told I had to take sewing and cooking,” Chung said. Though she is a woman in a traditionally man’s role, Chung doesn’t think she’s a novelty. “It’s less of a novelty to me because the kids don’t know the difference,” Chung said. Raised in North Hollywood, Chung is a product of the LAUSD. She says that while she excelled in math, she also loved art. After graduating from college, she continued to take shop classes at night school. “My dad didn’t understand my choice,” she recalled. “He said, `You’re good at math. You should teach math!’ But since way back, I loved working with my hands.” Besides wood shop, Chung supervises the school’s leadership group, which plans special programs on campus. In the next few days, the students will present the more than 80 teachers and administrators at the school with a special gift of appreciation – made of wood, of course. Her students say that while Chung is stern, it’s her sense of humor that makes the class fun. “She makes jokes and she’s nice,” said 14-year-old Hidy Hulbert, who along with Bianka Powell, 13, and Catherine Grigoryan, 12, created a small cloud of saw dust where they sanded down their projects. “She just wants us to pay attention so we don’t get injured,” said Bobby Whitmore, 14. “And she does make jokes.” Chung said she believes wood-shop classes will live on. “They are making a comeback,” she said. “With everything kids have to learn, like computers, they don’t have a lot of time for this. But people want to go back to the foundation. They want to go back to working with their hands.” susan.abram@dailynews.com (818) 713-3664160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

Listen: ‘We showed big heart’ says Johnny McLoone after 15-point turnaround

Posted in nezyezlq on December 26th, 2019

first_imgJOHNNY McLoone says his Naomh Conaill Under-21s showed ‘big heart’ to beat Killybegs after extra time and reach the Under-21 ‘A’ final.Down by ten points in the early stages of the second half, Naomh Conaill forced extra time before winning a cliffhanger by five points, 5-16 to 4-14.“It was a tough old battle,” McLoone told Ciaran Cannon of Ocean FM. “Killybegs put it up to us and came at us hard. We stood up well in the end and came back well. We kept plugging away, kicking points and staying in the game. We showed big heart, but we have to improve big time for the final.”Senior star Eoghan McGettigan scored 1-5 for Naomh Conaill, for whom Danny Gallagher netted a hat-trick.It didn’t look good when Killybegs led 3-8 to 2-1 at one stage, but Naomh Conaill kept composed.McLoone said: “We had to try and get the ship settled and get into a pattern of play. We stuck at it and experience gives you that – you don’t panic when you’re under pressure like that.” Listen to the full interview below …Listen: ‘We showed big heart’ says Johnny McLoone after 15-point turnaround was last modified: November 24th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:2019 Under-21 ChampionshipDanny GallagherEoghan McGettiganGlentiesJohnny McLooneKillybegsNaomh Conailllast_img read more