TOTTENHAM struggled big time during their 1-0 home defeat to Newcastle as Steve Bruce’s men picked up their first points of the season.The atmosphere inside the ground was flat after Joelinton’s 27th minute goal and few Spurs players did anything to give their fans much to shout about.5 Harry Kane had a rare off day but let his team down during flat performance vs NewcastleCredit: Getty – ContributorChristian Eriksen was left out because he was not in the right frame of mind with a potential move away looming.And Tottenham missed him.The Dane did come on towards the end but it was too little too late.Here’s what Paul Jiggins thought of the defeated Tottenham team today.ACCA WITH LADBROKES Pick up a whole load of acca features to help you land the big oneHUGO LLORIS 7THE skipper pulled off a stunning save to deny Sean Longstaff before he was let down by those in front of him for the Newcastle’s goal. Still waiting for his first clean sheet of campaign.5 Hugo lloris was the only shining light in an otherwise disappointing teamCredit: ReutersKYLE WALKER-PETERS 6THE academy product is looking more assured with each appearance as he bids to make first-team slot his own. Will be hoping injury is not too serious after limping off in second half.TOBY ALDERWEIRELD 5FOR how good a central defender the Belgian is, he never looks as commanding without Jan Vertonghen alongside him.Time to get the pair back together, Poch.DAVINSON SANCHEZ 4THE Colombian was given a tough time by Joelinton and caught woefully on his heels for the Toon striker’s opener.DANNY ROSE 5THE left-back did not do much wrong in defence but was hardly his usual effective self going forward either.When he did get into promising positions he was let down by either his cross or his team-mates’ lack of movement in box.MOUSSA SISSOKO 6CONSTANTLY jeered by the travelling fans, the former Newcastle man was again one of Tottenham’s better performers – although he too could not penetrate a resolute Toon defence.HARRY WINKS 5WAS forced to walk a disciplinary tightrope after his foolish 10th minute yellow card for hauling back Isaac Hayden.Winks also needs to add a bit more guile to his passing game.LUCAS MOURA 4THE Brazilian looked a shadow of the player who scored that historic hat-trick in the Champions League semi-final second leg at Ajax as he capped a poor display by missing a late sitter.5 Lucas Moura missed a late sitter on an afternoon to forget for the BrazilianCredit: Getty – ContributorERIK LAMELA 4WE keep waiting for the Argentinian to fulfil his potential and show he was worth £30million. But he is 27 now and time is running out.SON HEUNG-MIN 4A DISAPPOINTING return to action from the South Korean in his first appearance of the season after completing a three-match ban.HARRY KANE 4THE Toon Army taunted the England captain with chants of “You’re just a s**t Alan Shearer.”But to be honest Kane was not even that good as he endured a rare off-day.5 Harry Kane felt he should have had a penalty but VAR denied him on what was a disappointing afternoon for the strikerCredit: AFP or licensorsSubsCHRISTIAN ERIKSEN 5THE Dane could not pull a rabbit out of the hat this time. Spurs missed his creativity.GIOVANI LO CELSO 5HIS 62nd minute introduction alongside Eriksen was too little too late.BEN DAVIES 5HIS late cameo almost led to a goal but his return after injury was one of few positives for Poch.5 Christian Eriksen was left out the team because he was not in the right frame of mindCredit: Getty Images – GettyWesley Sneijder has piled on the pounds since retiring just two weeks ago as Dutch legend is spotted by TV cameras at Utrecht vs VVV-Venlo game
Since becoming President of the University of Liberia (UL) in 2008, Dr. Emmet A. Dennis has split his time between running the institution and finding external support from partners and donors to close the funding gap often left behind by government’s limited budgetary subsidy. Now, thanks to Dr. Dennis’ leadership, another external support has come to the university. As with two previous ones, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under its Legal Professional Development and Anti-Corruption Project (LPAC) has entered into a Memorandum of Corporation with the UL to support the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law.The signing, which took place on Wednesday, July 20, could not have come at a better time for the Law School and its new Dean, Counselor T. Negbalee Warner, who is determined to build upon the strong foundation left by his predecessor, a release from the university noted. Speaking before the signing, Dean Warner said he was delighted that an agreement has finally been reached; one structured in a way that it matches almost all the programs of the Law School. “It is very welcoming not only because of what is inside but the thought and the design of the program. The thought that you can recognize the University of Liberia, particularly its Law School, as a critical institution that needs institutional and human capacity development,” Dean Warner said. “That you have structured the program; that it addresses almost all of the key areas; that you could help us. We recognize that this agreement is an outline of expectations, a framework for cooperation, which leaves room for us to work out the details.” For his part, Dr Dennis hailed the qualitative profile of both faculty and students of the Law School.“Over the past six years, the institution has grown particular in quality. The quality of the students admitted to the Law School now is by far better than a few years ago, and that pleases me very much,” he said. “The qualitative profile of the faculty has increased tremendously. Seven years ago, the LawSchool had just a few with an LLM degree—something around four or five—now we have about 22.” He used the occasion to brief USAID and others on the overall academic development of the university, disclosing that during the past six years, several faculty members were sent abroad for further studies, and currently, he said 60 of them have completed their studies and have returned. Dr Dennis commended USAID for its support to the university and the Law School in particular for the new agreement.“First let me thank USAID for yet another farsightedness,” he said. “I say another because I have been privileged to enjoy two previous ones. The MOC we are about to sign between the Law School is very comprehensive and seeks to build the capacity of our Law School much beyond its present capacity.” In response, Dr. Anthony S. Chan, Mission Director, USAID/Liberia said his organization was committed to working with the Law School to achieve this goal and many other goals set by its new Dean. “I understand that a key priority for the Law School is modernizing its curriculum so that its graduates can fully practice their craft in the service to clients in an increasingly competitive world,” he said. “We look forward to working with all of you together so we can strive to achieve this goal and the many other goals your new Dean has set for you.”The program ended with a tour of the facilities of the Law School by the USAID and the LPAC representatives, a press release said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
NoonThe CIF Southern Section suggests starting times for its playoff games, but they are not written in stone. Coaches are allowed to change the game time if both coaches from teams involved agree, and submit the change to the CIF office for confirmation. The suggested time for boys and girls basketball games is 7:30 p.m., for boys and girls soccer games 3 p.m., and for girls water polo 3:15 p.m. Fans are encouraged to continue to check with the schools involved and/or with their local newspapers. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
SMITHERS, B.C. – Members saying they represent the Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs have issued an eviction notice to anyone involved in the construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline.In a press release issued on Sunday, the group said “Coastal Gaslink has violated the Wet’suwet’en law of trespass, and has bulldozed through our territories, destroyed our archaeological sites, and occupied our land with industrial man-camps. Private security firms and RCMP have continually interfered with the constitutionally protected rights of Wet’suwet’en people to access our lands for hunting, trapping, and ceremony.”The letter, signed by a number of chiefs, says workers are“currently trespassing” on its unceded territory.Jen Wickham, a spokeswoman for one of the five clans that make upthe First Nation, says workers and contractors complied with thenotice.Coastal GasLink, which did not immediately respond to a requestfor comment, says in a statement on its website that it received thenotice which demanded it remove its equipment from areas in which itis legally permitted to operate.- Advertisement -A court ruling on December 31st, 2019, the B.C. Supreme Court issued Coastal GasLink an interlocutory injunction against pipeline opponents. The ruling came just under a year after RCMP enforced an interim injunction granted by the same court and drew international attention with the arrest of 14 people.The 6.6-billion dollar Coastal GasLink pipeline would transport natural gas across 670 kilometres from northeastern BC to the LNG Canada export terminal in Kitimat.The company has said it has signed agreements with all 20 elected First Nation councils along the path.Advertisement
0Shares0000Liverpool FC defender Virgil Van Dijk poses with his PFA awards after being voted the 2018/2019 season’s best playerLONDON, United Kingdom, Apr 29 – Liverpool centre-back Virgil van Dijk was named as England’s PFA Player of the Year for 2019 on Sunday.Van Dijk succeeded Liverpool team-mate Mohamed Salah in winning the award, voted for by his fellow players and saw off competition from Manchester City striker Raheem Sterling. But Sterling, 24, was named the Professional Footballers’ Association Young Player of the Year, following on from City colleague Leroy Sane.Van Dijk joined Liverpool from Southampton for £75 million ($97 million, 87 million euros) in January 2018.The 27-year-old Dutchman has been an ever-present for Liverpool in their bid to dethrone City as Premier League champions this season, with Sterling’s side one point clear of the Reds at the top of the table with just two games left to play.Van Dijk has starred in a hugely improved Liverpool defence that has kept 20 clean sheets and conceded a mere 20 goals in the current campaign.– ‘Unbelievable’ –“It’s pretty difficult to put into words,” said Van Dijk, the first defender to win the award since Chelsea’s John Terry 14 years ago.“I think it’s the highest honour you can get as a player to get voted player of the year by the players you play against every week. It’s special. I’m very proud and honoured to receive it.”Prize guy – Liverpool defender Virgil van DijkVan Dijk, who also has a Champions League semi-final against Barcelona to look forward to this week, added: “If you see the standard of strikers or playmakers we have in the league, it’s unbelievable.”England international Sterling has been praised both for his on-field performances and a willingness to speak out about football’s continuing problems with racism.Arsenal Women forward Vivianne Miedema won the Women’s Player of the Year award after scoring 22 times to lead the Gunners to their first title since 2012, with her and Van Dijk completing a Dutch double.The north London side were crowned champions with a 4-0 win away to Brighton on Sunday.Miedema was also nominated for the Young Player of the Year award won by Manchester City forward Georgia Stanway.Miedema said: “I’m obviously really proud to represent my team here. I think we’ve had an amazing year, especially with winning the league today.”Meanwhile, the PFA’s special achievement award went to Manchester City and England captain Steph Houghton.The 31-year-old defender is set to skipper the Lionesses at this year’s World Cup in France.But Houghton has said she could miss the tournament in order to care for her husband, former Liverpool midfielder Stephen Darby, who was diagnosed with motor neurone disease last year.Darby, however, is determined Houghton takes her place in manager Phil Neville’s squad.0Shares0000(Visited 29 times, 1 visits today)
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings“I want to see us not only build a subway to the sea, but subways from the Valley to downtown, down to San Pedro, everywhere in the city,” LaBonge said. LaBonge said he does not yet have a specific plan and has not prepared a proposal to submit the parcel tax to other jurisdictions in the county and to place it on a ballot for voter approval. Councilwoman Wendy Greuel, who introduced a proposal for a transportation mission statement, said it is designed to broaden transportation improvements. “We will continue to do the left-turn lanes and the traffic signals and all the other short-term solutions, but we need to also look at what we can do long-term, so we have a plan in place that we can tell state and federal officials how we will use the money,” Greuel said. LaBonge also called for a regional summit to include representatives from Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Ventura, San Diego and Santa Barbara counties to cooperate on transportation planning. Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge said Wednesday that he will call for a countywide parcel tax, designed to raise $1.7 billion, to help make long-term improvements to the region’s transportation system. The proposal came as the council’s Transportation Committee recommended approval of an 18-month process to develop a 20-year transportation plan. But officials said the tax proposal would need support from all cities within Los Angeles County, as well as from county supervisors. Holding up a $1 bill, LaBonge said he will propose the countywide parcel tax of $52 to fund solutions to traffic congestion. Coupled with that, he said, officials would seek to lift a ban on heavy-rail construction that has constrained transit planners. Councilman Richard Alarc n said the city has been hampered by not having a strategic plan to present to state and federal officials when they determine transit funding. “We need to be city-centric in our planning, but we also need to develop support around the region,” Alarc n said. email@example.com 213-978-0390160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
2 Steve Cook got Bournemouth’s winner 2 Burton 3-2 Nottingham ForestBurton produced a stunning performance to move into the last eight of the Carabao Cup with a 3-2 victory over Championship promotion-chasers Nottingham Forest.All the goals came in a thrilling second half, with Scott Fraser’s speculative shot dropping in off Saidy Janko to set Nigel Clough’s men on their way to a famous victory.Fraser blasted home their second on 64 minutes before substitute Lewis Grabban pulled one back.Jake Hesketh’s superb volley restored Albion’s two-goal lead with seven minutes to play but substitute Arvin Appiah set up a nervy finish, scoring at the second attempt in stoppage time.For Albion, the lowest-ranked side left in the competition, it represents their first trip to the last eight of the Carabao Cup after a run that has seen them dump Aston Villa and Premier League Burnley out of the competition in earlier rounds. Here’s what happened in the 7:45pm Carabao Cup kick-offs on Tuesday, October 30…Bournemouth 2-1 NorwichSteve Cook scored a second-half winner as Bournemouth scraped into the Carabao Cup quarter-finals with an unconvincing 2-1 win over Norwich.Defender Cook smashed home following a corner 18 minutes from time at the Vitality Stadium to see off the dogged Sky Bet Championship visitors.Norwich more than matched the hosts on Tuesday evening and looked like they might cause an upset when Onel Hernandez cancelled out Junior Stanislas’ first-half opener.Victory for the Premier League Cherries, who are sixth in the top flight, maintains their unbeaten home record and puts them in the last eight of the tournament for the second successive season. Jake Hesketh celebrated scoring his side’s third of the night Leicester P-P SouthamptonThis match was postponed following the death of Leicester’s owner in Saturday night’s helicopter crash outside the stadium.
Friends of Daniel O’Donnell have revealed the singer’s wife is on the road to recovery after being diagnosed recently with breast cancer.Daniel and MajellaThe entertainer revealed that his wife Majella’s surgery went well and that she is now cancer-free.However Daniel, 51, revealed that Majella will continue to have treatment. A close friend of the star said Majella’s operation to remove a suspected cancerous lump and lymph nodes was successful.“They received some good news after the operation but Majella will still have to be monitored and she will still have to have more treatment.“However this is a great relief for them. Like many couples across Ireland, they went through hell.“But hopefully they can get back to living their lives to the full now and put this worrying chapter of their lives behind them,” said the friend. The couple are currently in the south-east of Ireland where Daniel is performing in concert.It is believed Majella’s treatment will last until at least the end of September meaning she will not be able to travel to Branson in the US where Daniel has committed to a number of shows.In an earlier interview with the Donegal Democrat, the entertainer said “Thank God with early intervention and surgery the cancer is gone now and it is a matter of further treatment.”He recalled the moment that he was told about Majella‘s illness.“It is one thing reading about cancer but it is a totally different and frightening thing when it hits your own family and the doctor delivers those words – ‘I’m sorry but your wife has breast cancer.’ “It is probably one of the most numbing experiences a man can go through. You just feel helpless,” he said.However, the singer did add a message of hope. “It can be beaten and I thank God that Majella is on the road to recovery.”He thanked everyone who had sent him cards and messages during their difficult time.“I know that Majella is going to be fine. It’s just so important to me that we will be together for a long, long time – the rest of our lives,” he said. The singer, 51, urged both men and women to have regular check-ups as it could save their life.“However, there is hope and help for everybody and all I can say to people, both men and women is to have regular check-ups. These can be the difference between life and death,” he said.MAJELLA ON ROAD TO RECOVERY AFTER CANCER DIAGNOSIS – DANIEL was last modified: August 12th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:cancerdaniel o’donnellMajellaoperation
A Child Rescue Ireland (CRI) Alert issued by Gardai in Roscommon has now been cancelled.All concerned have been located safe and well by the Police Service of Northern Ireland in the Enniskillen area. Gardaí have thanked the public for their help and asked for privacy for the family. GARDA CHILD RESCUE ALERT OVER AFTER FAMILY FOUND IN ENNISKILLEN was last modified: November 28th, 2013 by John2Share 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:ALERT: GARDA CHILD RESCUE ALERT