10 days agoHarry Redknapp regrets missing out on Liverpool job

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Harry Redknapp regrets missing out on Liverpool jobby Paul Vegas10 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveHarry Redknapp admits he regrets missing out on the Liverpool job.Former Tottenham manager Redknapp has revealed how he would have loved a chance to stand in the Anfield dugout as the Reds’ manager.”If I had one club I’d loved to have managed it would have been Liverpool. I loved them,” he told the Daily Mail. “I can see them winning the league this year. Give them the title and give it to them now. “I’ve had a big bet and I think the bookmakers should pay me out!” last_img

Ohio State softball drops first game of series against Purdue 42

Sporting its road red uniforms, the Ohio State softball team dug itself into an early hole against Purdue and never recovered, losing 4-2 Friday at Buckeye Field in the first of a three-game series. Purdue (12-18, 1-3) was designated the home team after weather conditions in West Lafayette, Ind., rendered its home field unplayable and forced the teams to reschedule the weekend series eastward to Columbus. Sophomore pitcher Alex DiDomenico struggled from the start, walking the bases loaded and giving up two runs in the first inning before being pulled in the second. She finished the day with five walks and three earned runs. She suffered her fourth loss of the season. DiDomenico said she had trouble adapting to the game. “I had trouble adjusting to (home plate umpire Greg Paul’s) strike zone,” she said. “That’s on my part, I couldn’t adjust, and they took advantage of it.” Redshirt junior pitcher Melanie Nichols pitched the remainder of the game. Purdue struck first with a run off of a walk with the bases loaded and added another after a throwing error by sophomore outfielder Caitlin Conrad. The second inning saw the Boilermakers score two more, aided by junior outfielder Lindsey Rains’ RBI double. The Buckeyes (20-10, 2-2) added one back in the third inning off of freshman utility player Cammi Prantl’s sacrifice fly RBI and another in the fourth off sophomore second baseman Shelby Pickett’s RBI single to chip away at the lead, 4-2. In the end, though, the early deficit proved too large to overcome. Sophomore outfielder Taylor Watkins said the Buckeyes still have hope for the rest of the weekend. “We need to come out more focused tomorrow,” Watkins said. “We didn’t hit like we normally do, but we have to come out and play hard and forget about this game and worry about the next two.” The Buckeyes’ offense was grounded by Purdue sophomore pitcher Lexy Moore, who earned her fourth victory of the season with a three-hit, one-earned run, four-strike out game. Watkins said that the Buckeyes simply didn’t play their best. “We should have came out hard no matter what,” Watkins said. “Whether we were home or the visitors, and we didn’t. It was just a normal game.” Purdue snapped a nine-game losing streak with the victory and earned its first Big Ten win of the season. DiDomenico said she expects Saturday’s game against the Boilermakers to go better. “We have to come out tomorrow and do our best,” DiDomenico said. “And things will fall into place.” OSU is scheduled to take on Purdue for game two of the weekend series Saturday at 2 p.m. at Buckeye Field. The teams will also meet Sunday at 1 p.m. read more

FIFA has no decision to make Tebas

first_imgAccording to La Liga president, the world federation doesn’t have to say anything about the planned official matches in the United StatesThe Spanish La Liga is planning to have at least one official match in the United States.And Barcelona and Girona have been selected for this special game, to be played in Miami on January.Many have criticized this decision, and expect FIFA not to give permission to this event.But for La Liga president Javier Tebas, the world federation doesn’t have to say anything about the planned matches in the U.S.“The responsibility of FIFA and federations is to grow the sport, not one league or game,” Tebas told people in Miami today as reported by The Sports Business.James Rodriguez, Real MadridZidane hails ‘quality’ James Rodriguez after Real Madrid’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane reserved special praise for James Rodriguez after his starring role in Real Madrid’s 3-2 win over Levante.“There is 90 percent likelihood for the match on January 26. The entire conflict with the media that has been generated – that had been foreseen. This has been more than a year in the making.”“We have to ask for authorizations. FIFA has no decision to make here because we use FIFA rules for international matches. Theoretically, there should be no opposition,” he added.“We just played a final in Morocco. Imagine if we could go to Morocco to play. How could we not play one match in the US? Then there is the American Federation [U.S. Soccer]. Then fourth you have CONCACAF.”“How is MLS harmed by one match? Because if someone tells me it could harm them then we would have to stop broadcasting the Premier League and Serie A on TV – that’s in people’s homes every weekend. We can’t think there will be any harm. I think this will lead to more people watching soccer,” Tebas continued.“You will need a better argument to convince me. If MLS asked me for a match in Spain, I would say yes and help it happen to promote MLS. I don’t see them as a competitor when they come to play one match. We need to be more open to this.”last_img read more

Liverpool lack of killer instinct – Jurgen Klopp

first_imgLiverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists his team’s lack of killer instinct contributed to their disappointing home loss to Chelsea.The Merseyside club were defeated 2-1 on home soil by Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea on Wednesday night in the Carabao Cup ending Liverpool’s run of eight consecutive victories across all competitions.Daniel Sturridge gave the Reds the lead with a lovely acrobatic effort but two goals in the space of 11 minutes, including a brilliant solo effort from Eden Hazard, ensured the Blues would advance to the fourth round draws which takes place on Saturday night.Despite being disappointed with the use of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp felt his team should have sealed the win, with Daniel Sturridge hitting the crossbar when the scores were tied at 1-1.Roberto Firmino, LiverpoolVirgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.“We had the chances to finish it,” Klopp said, according to Sky Sports, with Liverpool set to visit Stamford Bridge for a Premier League rematch on Saturday.”“We hit the crossbar and had a few interesting balls, but they scored twice and we scored only once.”“We knew how Chelsea wanted to play but we gave them too much space and weren’t compact enough. We still had the bigger chances in the first half.”“This is good preparation for Saturday but we have to defend better.”last_img read more

Sailor in iconic VJ Day Times Square kiss photo dies at 95

first_img Posted: February 18, 2019 Updated: 11:55 AM AP, AP FacebookTwitter February 18, 2019 Sailor in iconic V-J Day Times Square kiss photo dies at 95 Categories: Local San Diego News, National & International News PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The ecstatic sailor shown kissing a woman in Times Square celebrating the end of World War II died Sunday. George Mendonsa was 95.Mendonsa fell and had a seizure at the assisted living facility in Middletown, Rhode Island, where he lived with his wife of 70 years, his daughter, Sharon Molleur, told The Providence Journal.In this Aug. 14, 1945 file photo provided by the U.S. Navy, a sailor and a woman kiss in New York’s Times Square, as people celebrate the end of World War II. The ecstatic sailor shown kissing a woman in Times Square celebrating the end of World War II has died. George Mendonsa was 95. It was years after the photo was taken that Mendonsa and Greta Zimmer Friedman, a dental assistant in a nurse’s uniform, were confirmed to be the couple. (Victor Jorgensen/U.S. Navy, File)Mendonsa was shown kissing Greta Zimmer Friedman, a dental assistant in a nurse’s uniform, on Aug. 14, 1945. Known as V-J Day, it was the day Japan surrendered to the United States. People spilled into the New York City streets to celebrate the news.Mendonsa planted a kiss on Friedman, whom he had never met.The photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt was first published in Life magazine and is called “V-J Day in Times Square,” but is known to most as “The Kiss.” It became one of the most famous photographs of the 20th century, and is a popular image used on posters.Several people later claimed to be the kissing couple. It was years before Mendonsa and Friedman were confirmed to be the couple.Mendonsa served on a destroyer during the war and was on leave when the end of the war was announced.When he was honored at the Rhode Island State House in 2015, Mendonsa spoke about the kiss. He said Friedman reminded him of nurses on a hospital ship that he saw care for wounded sailors.“I saw what those nurses did that day and now back in Times Square the war ends, a few drinks, so I grabbed the nurse,” Mendonsa said, WPRI-TV reported .Friedman said in a 2005 interview with the Veterans History Project that it wasn’t her choice to be kissed.“The guy just came over and kissed or grabbed,” she told the Library of Congress.She added, “It was just somebody really celebrating. But it wasn’t a romantic event.”Mendonsa died two days before his 96th birthday. The family has not yet made funeral arrangements.Friedman fled Austria during the war as a 15-year-old girl. She died in 2016 at the age of 92 at a hospital in Richmond, Virginia, from complications of old age.last_img read more

More than 500 new flu cases reported season likely to last several

first_img SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Flu cases remain widespread in San Diego County, with medical officials confirming more than 500 new diagnoses, county health officials announced today.The county confirmed 564 cases last week, down from a revised total of 692 confirmed cases the week before. County officials have identified influenza A H3N2 as the season’s primary strain. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the county’s Health and Human Services Agency both issued advisories last week, reminding doctors to consider influenza as a possible cause of respiratory issues in patients.The county received only one report of a resident dying due to flu-related causes last week. The county has confirmed 55 flu deaths and 8,470 flu cases this season, a far cry from the 325 deaths and 20,097 cases reported at this time last flu season.“Given the elevated level of influenza activity, the flu season is likely to last several more weeks,” said Dr. Wilma Wooten, the county’s public health officer. “If you have not gotten a flu shot, do it now, especially if you’re part of the groups at higher risk of developing complications.”County health officials and the CDC strongly advise the annual flu vaccination for everyone 6 months and older, especially in demographics with a heightened risk of serious complications, such as pregnant women, people older than 65 and people with chronic conditions.Flu shots are available at doctors’ offices, retail pharmacies, community clinics and the county’s public health centers. Residents can also call 211 or visit the county’s immunization program website, sdiz.org, for a list of county locations administering free vaccines. Categories: Health, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter April 3, 2019 KUSI Newsroom More than 500 new flu cases reported, season likely to last several more weeks Posted: April 3, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, last_img read more

Man Injured In ATV Accident On The Sterling Highway

first_imgFacebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska State Troopers were dispatched to milepost 88 of the Sterling Highway for the report of a male who sustained injuries due to an ATV accident, on June 30, at 7:30 a.m. Troopers arrived on scene to assist medics currently on scene treating Christopher J. Bledsoe, age 50, of Sterling for injuries sustained as a result of the ATV accident. According to the online Trooper dispatch, Bledsoe had been operating the ATV alone on the off road trails traveling Southbound towards Soldotna. Bledsoe lost control of the ATV, and entered the roadway where the ATV rolled over causing him to be ejected from the ATV and land in the travel lane of the highway. Bledsoe was taken to Central Peninsula Hospital where he was treated for the injuries, and is currently listed in stable condition. There are no other vehicles involved and alcohol is suspected to be factor. Investigation continues.last_img read more

New York New Yorker and Nat Geo Lead in Print Ellie Noms

first_imgWhile the association said there are 8 titles that have never made the finalist list, award stalwarts New York, New Yorker and National Geographic lead in the number of nominations with 10, 10 and 7, respectively. Twenty magazines received multiple nominations. Close behind the leaders are Esquire, GQ and Wired with 6 each, and The New York Times Magazine and Vanity Fair with 5 each.New York, National Geographic and New Yorker are all up for general excellence awards—as are Architect, Garden & Gun, Military History, and Food Network Magazine, which are among the first-timers. New York is also up for magazine of the year. Also nominated are The Atlantic, Fast Company, Glamour and Men’s Health. The awards event will be held April 22 in New York at the Alice Tully Hall. For a full list of nominees, click here. MPA announced Wednesday the finalists for its 45th annual National Magazine Awards, or Ellies, as they’re commonly called. The New Yorker, New York and National Geographic lead in nominations.National Geographic and New York also lead in the Digital Ellies, which were announced last week. A total of 1,758 entries were received from 300 magazines competing for the 51 award slots, said the MPA. last_img read more

Mayors of HarveyHit Towns Want Quicker Response From Feds

first_imgA month and half after Harvey, mayors of storm-hit cities are frustrated with some of the formalities of receiving federal disaster aid. Leaders of Rockport, Port Aransas, Victoria and Port Lavaca say the federal bureaucracy is getting in the way of helping their communities.With national attention focusing on other disasters in the past month, some officials are concerned there will not be enough aid to go around.“The pot is only so deep,” said Mayor of Port Aransas Charles Bujan. “You can only drain it so far.”The mayors also pointed out Governor Abbott’s fifty-million dollar gift to Houston. Victoria Mayor Paul Polasek says the state should give similar attention to smaller cities.“I don’t want to say that they didn’t need it,” Polasek said, “but I certainly wouldn’t want to see poor planning rewarded either.”Aside from that critique, the mayors said the state has generally been faster and more helpful than the federal government in recovery efforts.Watch Texas Tribunes full panel with the mayors of Rockport, Port Aransas, Victoria and Port Lavaca. Sharelast_img read more

Deal To Rebury Sugar Land 95 May Be Falling Apart

first_img Share Elizabeth Trovall/Houston Public MediaThis file photo shows archaeologists working at the discovered grave sites in Sugar Land in 2018.The proposed agreement in Fort Bend County for the reburial of the so-called “Sugar Land 95” is increasingly uncertain. Fort Bend County Judge KP George told News 88.7 the county and the Fort Bend Independent School District strongly disagree on how to carry out the reinterment of the remains of 95 African Americans who worked on a Sugar Land plantation under the Texas convict lease system in the late 1800s. George says the process should have court approval, while the school district contends they don’t need it.The remains were discovered in February 2018 by a contractor who was working on the construction site for Fort Bend ISD’s planned James Reese Career Center and Technical Center. The new facility opened Wednesday, the start of the school year for FBISD.The county and the school district have been negotiating an agreement for weeks by which the district would convey 10 acres of land to the county for the remains to be reburied and for a memorial site. The county would be in charge of maintaining the cemetery.On July 11, the district announced the principle terms of the agreement, which included paying the county $1 million “toward future costs associated with reinterment and memorialization.” On July 25 the district announced plans to carry out the reinterment, but that news release omitted the $1 million announced two weeks before.On Monday, FBISD Superintendent Charles Dupre posted an online video statement saying “there is no longer a need for the district to pay the county” because the school district will carry out the reinterment and host a public memorial service.George told News 88.7 he is upset about the district acting “unilaterally” without consulting with the county and said the negotiation is going through “a lot of difficulty.”George said the sticking point isn’t the money, but the issue of court involvement. Attorneys advising the county say Fort Bend could be liable in potential lawsuits from descendants if the reburial is done without court approval. “It’s about the trust and also legal liability, that is the bottom-line,” George said. “There are relatives and even today we don’t know who they are.”George added he can’t support a process over which the county has no control.Video Playerhttps://cdn.hpm.io/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/14155016/HPM-Red-2019-08-14-at-1.23pm.mp400:0000:0000:19Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.The litigation regarding the reburial is at a stalemate. Since the discovery of the remains, Judge James Shoemake, of Harris County’s 434th District Court, has appointed two attorneys to oversee the reinterment process but the Court of Appeals for the First District of Texas at Houston has stayed his appointments.FBISD Superintendent Charles Dupre told News 88.7 the attorneys that are advising him say the district can go ahead with the reburial. Dupre said a law the Texas Legislature passed this year allowing Fort Bend County to operate the cemetery also establishes that the school district can carry out the reinterment.“It’s beginning to become undignified that this is becoming a long drawn out process,” Dupre said. “We believe the court process would make it go even longer.”In response to George’s concern about potential lawsuits, Dupre said FBISD has “multiple attorneys telling us that we are in strong legal footing.”Video Playerhttps://cdn.hpm.io/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/14161622/Charles-Dupre.mp400:0000:0000:44Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.As for the financial aspect of the process, Dupre said the district will pay for the reburial and a memorial service. Additionally, FBISD is considering providing money toward the cost of DNA testing of the remains.The superintendent also denied some claims that the district has built a part of the technical center over the site where the remains were originally discovered, as reported by the Houston Chronicle. “Fort Bend ISD did not build on and does not intend to build on any portion or part of the area that has been designated as a historic cemetery,” Dupre said in his online video statement. He said each individual will be reburied in the original space from where they were exhumed.In his interview with News 88.7, Dupre said the cemetery is fully fenced and “for anyone to say that they have photographic proof or any other evidence that we’ve built on the cemetery is simply false.”The FBISD school board plans to vote on the reburial plan at its September 23 meeting. If it’s approved, Dupre said the reburial could start 60 to 90 days after the approval of the contract.Alvaro ‘Al’ Ortiz/Houston Public Media)This June 17, 2019, file photo shows Texas State Representative Ron Reynolds (center) during an event held in Sugar Land.The reinterment of the remains and the planned memorial site has generated strong support from community members and elected officials, including Texas State Representatives Ron Reynolds and D.F. ‘Rick’ Miller, who jointly filed the bill in the state legislature to allow the county to operate the cemetery, and U.S. Representative Al Green. District Attorney Brian Middleton, the first African American to hold that position in Fort Bend County, is also in favor of an agreement for the reinterment.In addition, the issue has gained traction on Twitter with the hashtag #SugarLand95 since the discovery in February 2018.The discovery has also had repercussions for Fort Bend ISD’s curriculum. The district will have a class about the Texas convict lease system starting this school year.last_img read more

International music broadcaster and videoondeman

first_imgInternational music broadcaster and video-on-demand platform iConcerts is airing the Pitchfork Media Festival in Paris as a live stream after it struck a deal with the US music website.The company will run the live stream of the festival, which runs in Paris from November 1 to November 3 and will include performances from artists including Sébastien Tellier, Robyn, Animal Collective and James Blake.The stream of the festival, which is held at the Grande Halle de la Villette, will be available via iConcerts.com as well as selected performances on its international platforms including its high definition channel and apps.“We’re thrilled to be partnering with iConcerts to bring the Pitchfork Music Festival Paris live stream to fans around the word,” said Chris Kaskie, president, Pitchfork.“iConcerts is entering a new era of expansion as we consolidate and support localised partnerships, as well as becoming an active player within live music/concert production with labels. We have a great respect for Pitchfork, who is a global leader in discovering and promoting the best talents of the new generation. We couldn’t be prouder to work with them, and we hope that this collaboration will enable more brilliant young voices to find an international audience and establish new models for the music industry,” said Natalia Tsarkova, co-founder and editor-in-chief, iConcerts.last_img read more

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first_img“I would like to congratulate all of this year’s winners and commend all of our shortlisted venues and finalists; to reach the final of a competition of this calibre is no mean feat; each and every one should be proud to be counted amongst the best in Northern Ireland.”PUB OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2016: MAGHERAFELT’S HENRY MCGLONE PICKS UP LEGEND AWARD was last modified: November 17th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags: ShareTweet BelfastDORNAN’SMAYR’S BARPLAZA HOTELPUB OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2016: MAGHERAFELT’S HENRY MCGLONE PICKS UP LEGEND AWARDPUB OSCARSSECRETS NIGHTCLUBSOUTH DERRYM But the final award of the night was the Industry Legend award.And no better recipient that Mid Ulster hospitality entrepreneur, Henry McGlone, owner of Dorman’s, Mary’s Bar and Secrets Nightclub in Magherafelt for his outstanding contribution to the local hospitality industry.Olga Walls, chairman of Hospitality of Ulster, said: “Our Awards recognise and reward excellence and the important contribution local venues make, not only within their own communities, but to the hospitality industry as a whole.“This year we further developed our award categories to ensure we recognise all the people and businesses, from the rising stars to seasoned pros that make Northern Ireland’s hospitality industry world-famous. Standards were higher than ever this year, which is a real indication of the high quality and diversity of the sector. THE LEDGE….Henry McGlone, Dorman’s, Mary’s Bar and Secrets Nightclub, MagherafeltTHEY say all good things come to those who wait.And for Henry McGlone that was certainly true on Wednesday night at the Plaza Hotel in Belfast where the Pub of the Year 2016 Awards were being held.Henry thought he had missed the boat for a gong at the ‘Pub Oscars’ where the great and the good of the pub and grub trade turn up in hope of winning an award.last_img read more

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