DD NOTICE: RAMELTON MARNIERS TO HOST 5K FUN RUN NEXT WEDNESDAY EVENING

first_imgRamelton Marniers 5k fun run and walk will take place on Wednesday evening at 7.30pm. (AAI PERMITED)Registration from 6pm at Ramelton Community Centre with run and walk from 7.30pm. The route for the 5k is starting at Gamble Square and will finish at the Post Office.This is a quick fast course and only midweek run North of the county, get your running shoes on.DD NOTICE: RAMELTON MARNIERS TO HOST 5K FUN RUN NEXT WEDNESDAY EVENING was last modified: July 25th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:DD NoticeFeaturesNoticesSportlast_img read more

Half-time: Leicester 1 Chelsea 0 – Blues behind and Hazard off injured

first_imgEden Hazard went off injured during the first half at the King Power Stadium, where Jamie Vardy put Leicester ahead.Blues playmaker Hazard was replaced by Pedro on 28 minutes with what looked like a hip problem following a challenge from Vardy, who scored five minutes later.Riyad Mahrez, who had two early efforts gathered by keeper Thibaut Courtois, delivered a superb cross from the right and striker Vardy volleyed home his 15th goal of the season.The Foxes were forced into a change of their own when Danny Drinkwater picked up a hamstring injury after a quarter of an hour.But they remained on the front foot and Vardy’s goal put them within sight of a win that would take them back to the top of the Premier League.Chelsea: Courtois; Ivanovic, Zouma, Terry, Azpilicueta; Ramires, Matic; Willian, Oscar, Hazard (Pedro 31); Costa.Subs: Begovic, Cahill, Mikel, Fabregas, Kenedy, Remy.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Parreira’s 2010 mission possible

first_img22 February 2007South Africa is pulling out all the stops to ensure that it succeeds in 2010 – both as hosts of the Football World Cup and as one of the participants.The country has turned to one of the world’s most respected coaches, Carlos Alberto Parreira, to revive a national team that has disappointed since they were crowned African champions just over a decade ago.Shortly before taking up his post as coach of Bafana Bafana, Parreira told Fifa.com that South African soccer had “all gone downhill over the last seven or eight years … It’s high time the tide turned again.”This, he said, would involve “planning, organising and team building.”ObjectivesThe 63-year-old Brazilian – he turns 64 on 27 February – has set out a number of objectives for his tenure as South Africa’s coach, the first of which is to qualify for the 2008 African Cup of Nations in Ghana.The way he plans to do that is slowly, with Bafana Bafana incorporating a style that caters to the strength of the players.To do this, says Parreira, he needs to learn about the tradition, the style and the culture of South African football. A formation that suits the players needs to be employed, and then a blending of his ideas with those of the players needs to take place.Two ideas he has already communicated about the national team are, firstly, that he views ball possession as one of the side’s strengths and aims to employ that in their play.Scoring goalsSecondly, he says, while the team is technically sound, goal scoring is an area of concern, with Bafana Bafana having been less than impressive in front of goal in recent times.With that in mind, Parreira may be hoping that Benni McCarthy will reverse his decision to retire from international football.The Blackburn Rovers’ striker has been in impressive form in the English Premier League and previously, with Porto, he showed himself to be a top class performer on the international stage, helping the Portuguese club win both the Uefa Champions League and the Uefa Cup.Of course, the big prize on the horizon is the 2010 World Cup which South Africa, as hosts of the tournament, will be contesting. Parreira’s aim is to get the team through to the second round of the competition because, from there, anything is possible.On the way to achieving this, Parreira wants Bafana to win the African Cup of Nations in Angola in 2010, as this would give the team momentum going into the World Cup – and push home interest in the event to a peak.Glory daysMany South African football fans recall the heady days of 1996, when an inspired Bafana Bafana team won the African Nations Cup on home soil. That was big – but very small compared to the World Cup.Parreira knows well that the South African public and SA Football Association (Safa) are tough taskmasters; they want results and they want them quickly.While Safa has denied this, the national body’s record is littered with coaches whose contracts ended before their time.However, with R1.8-million a month invested in Parreira, he will surely be afforded a better opportunity than those who went before him to mould the national side into winners.Lack of structuresSpeaking to Fifa.com, Parreira lamented the lack of under-16, under-18 and under-20 leagues in the country, pointing out that players who are 19 in 2007 would be 23 years of age in 2010, which would be ideal for the World Cup.However, one of his suggestions has been acted upon by Safa, with the Premier Soccer League (PSL) recently announcing the establishment of a reserve league involving eight Gauteng-based teams, namely Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates, Moroka Swallows, BidVest Wits, Jomo Cosmos, SuperSport United, and Benoni United.Parreira, though, wants more, believing that a strong administration is crucial to South Africa’s success on the soccer fields of the world. Administration is certainly an area of South African football that has had to endure more than its fair share of criticism in years past.‘My office is the football field’While Parreira wants a first-class administration in place, he views his role as being one away from the office. “My office is the football field,” he says.The well-travelled Parreira got his first break into coaching in Africa when he took charge of Ghana in 1967, leading them to the African Cup of Nations final the following year.Since that time he has led Brazil, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia at the World Cup, including coaching Brazil to its first World Cup title in 24 years when the South American giants won the title in the US in 1994.A home team at the World CupSouth Africa will be the fifth team he leads at world football’s showpiece event. However, it will be the first time he is in charge of a team playing in the World Cup on home soil.Though himself an artist of some ability – he hosted exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro in 1999 and in Sao Paulo in 2002 – Parreira has indicated that his coaching is geared towards winning, with style being a less important factor. “We will be judged by the results, not the work,” he said.Going into the 2006 World Cup in Germany, Parreira famously said: “History remembers champions, not good football.”South African fans would welcome a bit of either. Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

29th Street Publishing Remakes iPad Magazines

first_imgIts founders would know, as two of them, David Jacobs and Natalie Podrazik, came from Six Apart, which created Movable Type as well as TypePad. (Disclosure time: Six Apart later became Say Media, which is now ReadWrite’s parent company. This was all before my time.) 29th Street’s latest offering is Weekend Companion from New York-based culture smorgasbord The Awl. I will admit to a certain jealousy about how awesome this publication looks.I had a few questions for CEO David Jacobs and editorial director Blake Eskin about this whole tablet publishing revolution and whether it’s really happening. By way of giving us a tour of the 29th Street tools, they offered some interesting answers.ReadWrite: Are there really a small, set number of text fields that can take full advantage of an iPad for a publisher? Are the constraints good, or are they merely necessary?David Jacobs: There is variation in the fields for every publisher. For instance, for V As In Victor, everything is written by one author, who is acknowledged throughout the app (including, of course, in its title). But for The Awl, having proper bylines is critical to their identity as a publisher. So that’s a fundamental “text field” in publishing that behaves very differently between two otherwise similar publications. I think you’d be surprised how many things change between different instances of the app. What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Related Posts ReadWrite: Tell us about the pricing and options for publishers.Blake Eskin: Scope determines everything, so it’s difficult to give you a number, but we will build publishers an app as a services project for an extremely competitive fee, plus a modest monthly hosting cost. We can also work with publishers (like V as in Victor‘s Bill Vourvoulias or The Awl) on a revenue share, with little or no startup cost.David Jacobs: I would add that we are iterating on our business model and goals as much as on our product itself. That’s why we don’t have fixed, public offerings. But I think it’s fair to say that what other people charge $100,000 for, we may charge $20,000 for. And over time we want that to be cheaper.Blake Eskin: When publishers focus on the cost of technology, there’s a risk that they think of technology as the only cost. We want our publishers to flourish, so we want to make the technology affordable. To succeed, you have to be realistic about the costs of making good work, whether it’s money to pay contributors and designers (and yourself!) or time to research and write and edit, and your audience has to begin to understand that, too.ReadWrite:With the biggest and best Web publishers going paywall, and with the smallest and best going iPad, what happens to people who won’t pay for content?David Jacobs: I am not sure this has to be either/or. Writers and artists need to get paid. And I think that subscriptions/memberships/patronage (all of which are cousins as monetization models) will just be one element.I like what [Awl co-editor] Choire [Sicha] wrote in The Awl‘s post about advertiser’s “underwriting” work. I’m not saying that The Awl will definitely go that way, but I think that for certain advertisers’, audiences and content, it makes a lot of sense. My intuition is that we’ll end up with something very similar to what we have now — free content that is ad supported with a premium offering. But (as you know), it’s very challenging to make the economics of CPM [cost per thousand ad impressions] operate at scale. Tags:#Apple#iPad#Newsstand#publishing ReadWrite:This is different from the Web in a lot of ways, but I think the most significant is that there’s no going straight to the publisher’s domain for the new subscriber. Readers have to get through the App Store gauntlet first. Is that an obstacle for publishers trying to be distinct and independent? How about for 29th Street itself? You don’t have control over that App Store page listing your offerings, right?David Jacobs: We do not have control over our App Store page, but it is important to us that our first several apps are distinctive from a design and editorial standpoint. The diversity of our published work is also important to us. We don’t want people to see just a bunch of tech, culture or sports magazines. And when people look us up in the App Store, we’re confident that the first 12-15 apps are going to represent us very well. Our platform is only as good the people using it. Compared to what publishing has been going through, programming is pretty easy.We also don’t assume that the Newsstand will stay the same forever. We have given the Newsstand team a lot of feedback, and I know other developers have too. Publishing imprints and labels are a huge part of Newsstand’s constituency, and in our (admittedly brief) experience, Apple has been responsive to our concerns and questions. Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Perhaps you heard about the demise of The Daily. The first big attempt at publishing an iPad magazine was top-heavy in terms of personnel and technology, and it went under. What does that say about iPad publishing?Nothing, really.The Daily was a very early attempt. Now that the hardware and the software of the medium have had some time to mature, successes are emerging, and they look completely different from The Daily. 29th Street Publishing has built a full-service shop to help indie publishers create their own iPad magazines that do it right.Where The Daily’s iPad magazine concept was a massive operation that produced humongous downloads of glitzy content reminiscent of print, the new entrants tend to be short, personal, lightweight, eminently readable and issued at a calmer weekly or bi-weekly pace. They also come in iPhone sizes. It’s like a whole new medium developed for today’s readers, rather than an attempt to recreate an old one.Writing one’s own delightful iOS app is the realm of experts, though. When will publishing natively for the touchscreen be possible for anyone with an idea? The Web publishing revolution didn’t happen until blogging software made it possible for anyone with a computer to participate. As Ryan Singer at 37signals wrote in November, tablets are waiting for their Movable Type.We’re still waiting for the open-source tablet publishing tool anyone can use. But 29th Street Publishing has built a place for small publishers to start. The company handles the apps, which are spare and simple but allow for just the right amount of personality. 29th Street also handles getting these apps into the App Store, where subscribers can get them. Publishers can concentrate on writing and editing. It’s “as simple as blogging,” as the marketing copy says. jon mitchell Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technologylast_img read more

Alaves sack coach after four games

first_imgDeportivo Alavés Alaves sack Zubeldia after woeful start Ben Spratt 05:56 18/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments() LuisZubeldia - cropped Getty Images Deportivo Alavés Primera División The Argentine was given his marching orders after just four Liga matches, as Sunday’s defeat at the hands of Villarreal sealed his fate Alaves have sacked head coach Luis Zubeldia as the club lie bottom of La Liga after four matches.Zubeldia was appointed as a replacement for Southampton’s Mauricio Pellegrino at the start of the season, but his side endured a torrid start to his tenure.The former Independiente Medellin boss leaves Alaves after four consecutive defeats in which the team failed to score. Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing COMUNICADO | Luis Zubeldía deja de ser técnico del Deportivo Alavés: https://t.co/9TZ75qKyxL pic.twitter.com/eWyLIkvFhl— Deportivo Alavés (@Alaves) September 17, 2017Aitor Karanka, last of Middlesbrough, has been linked with the now vacant post.last_img read more

18’S NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTS

first_imgThe pool matches are now completed. Results can be viewed here. For official scores, draws and statistics on teams and individual players visit the official SportingPulse homepage using the following link. 2004 18 YEARS CHAMPIONSHIPS LINK Stories can also be found on the ATA Tournaments – National 18’s page, using the following link. 2004 18 YEARS CHAMPIONSHIPS ATA LINK 18 YEARS AND UNDER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS MENS ROUND 1: Wednesday September 15 Pool 1: 8:10am- ACT (6) def NSWCIS (1) 9:00am- SQBD (6) def SunCoast (3) 9:00am- QSST (12) def NT (1) Bye- CQ Pool 2: 8:10am- TouchWest (8) def Tas (1) 8:10am- SWQ (8) def Scorpions (6) 9:00am- NSWCHS (10) def Hornets (3) Bye- NSWCCC Pool 3: 8:10am- Mets (7) def Eagles (4) 9:00am- NQ (10) def SA (0) 9:50am- Suns (15) def Vic (0) Bye- Cobras WOMENS ROUND 1: Wednesday September 15 Pool 1: 12:00pm- TouchWest (7) def SA (2) 12:50pm- NSWCCC (4) def NQ (2) 12:50pm- NSWCHS (8) def Mets (1) Pool 2: 12:00pm- QSST (13) def Hornets (3) 12:50pm- Cobras (11) def NT (1) 12:50pm- NSWCIS (9) def SWQ (5) Bye- SunCoast Pool 3: 9:50am- SQBD (8) def Scorpions (2) 9:50am- Suns (10) def Rebels (2) 9:50am- CQ (14) def Tas (0) Bye- ACT MENS ROUND 2: Wednesday September 15 Pool 1: 1:40pm- NSWCIS (6) v NT (2) 1:40pm- QSST(5) drew CQ (5) 2:30pm- SunCoast (4) def ACT (3) Bye- SQBD Pool 2: 1:40pm- NSWCHS (10) v NSWCCC (6) 2:30pm- Hornets (4) v Scorpions (3) 2:30pm- SWQ (8) v Tas (0) Bye- TouchWest Pool 3: 2:30pm- Mets (7) def Cobras (4) 3:20pm- NQ (15) def Vic (0) 4:10pm- Eagles (16) def SA (3) Bye- Suns WOMENS ROUND 2: Wednesday September 15 Pool 1: 3:20pm- NSWCHS (6) def TouchWest (4) 3:20pm- NSWCCC (11) def SA (0) 3:20pm- Mets (3) def NQ (2) Pool 2: 4:10pm- SunCoast (10) def NT (0) 4:10pm- SWQ (4) def Hornets (2) 4:10pm- QSST (12) def Cobras (2) Bye- NSWCIS Pool 3: 1:40pm- ACT (6) def Rebels (2) 1:40pm- CQ (3) def Scorpions (0) 2:30pm- SQBD (5) def Suns (3) Bye- Tas MENS ROUND 3: Thursday September 16 Pool 1: 8:10am- CQ (7) def NT (1) 9:00am- QSST (14) def SunCoast (1) 9:50am- SQBD (4) drew ACT (4) Bye- NSWCIS Pool 2: 9:50am- NSWCHS (18) def Tas (0) 9:50am- SWQ (10) def TouchWest (6) 9:50am- NSWCCC (2) v Hornets (1) Bye- Scorpions Pool 3: 10:40am- NQ (5) def Suns (4) 10:40am- Mets (18) def Vic (0) 10:40am- Cobras (4) def Eagles (3) Bye- SA WOMENS ROUND 3: Thursday September 16 Pool 1: 11:30am- NSWCHS (5) def NSWCCC (3) 11:30am- TouchWest (5) def Mets (2) 11:30am- NQ (6) def SA (0) Pool 2: 8:10am- QSST (10) def NSWCIS (0) 8:10am- Cobras (10) def SWQ (0) 8:10am- SunCoast (10) def Hornets (3) Bye- NT Pool 3: 9:00am- SQBD (16) def Tas (0) 9:00am- CQ (4) v Suns (4) 9:00am- ACT (4) v Scorpions (4) Bye- Rebels MENS ROUND 4: Thursday September 16 Pool 1: 1:10pm- SQBD (5) def NT (1) 1:10pm- QSST (10) def ACT (0) 2:00pm- CQ (7) def NSWCIS (3) Bye- SunCoast Pool 2: 12:20pm- NSWCCC (5) def Scorpions (4) 1:10pm- Hornets (6) def TouchWest (1) 1:10pm- NSWCHS (14) v SWQ (5) Bye- Tas Pool 3: 2:00pm- Eagles (6) def Suns (4) 2:00pm- Cobras (13) def SA (3) 2:00pm- Mets (6) def NQ (5) Bye- Vic WOMENS ROUND 4: Thursday September 16 Pool 1: 2:50pm- NSWCHS (15) def SA (0) 3:40pm- TouchWest (3) def NQ (2) 3:40pm- NSWCCC (9) def Mets (4) Pool 2: 10:40am- Cobras (6) def NSWCIS (3) 11:30am- QSST (8) def SunCoast (0) 12:20pm- Hornets (5) drew NT (5) Bye- SWQ Pool 3: 12:20pm- Scorpions (4) drew Rebels (4) 12:20pm- Suns (17) def Tas (0) 12:20pm- SQBD (4) def ACT (2) Bye- CQ MENS ROUND 5: Thursday September 16 Pool 1: 4:30pm- SQBD (10) def NSWCIS (3) 4:30pm- CQ (11) def SunCoast (3) 5:20pm- NT (7) def ACT (3) Bye- QSST Pool 2: 4:30pm- SWQ (6) drew Hornets (6) 5:20pm- Scorpions (10) def TouchWest (5) 5:20pm- NSWCCC (14) def Tas (0) Bye- NSWCHS Pool 3: 6:10pm- NQ (8) def Eagles (7) 6:10pm- Suns (5) def SA (1) 6:10pm- Cobras (10) def Vic (0) Bye- Mets WOMENS ROUND 5: Thursday September 16 Pool 2: 3:40pm- SunCoast (4) drew NSWCIS (4) 3:40pm- SWQ (5) def NT (4) 4:30pm- Cobras (9) def Hornets (3) Bye- QSST Pool 3: 2:50pm- CQ (8) def Rebels (1) 2:50pm- ACT (11) def Tas (0) 2:50pm- Suns (4) drew Scorpions (4) Bye- SQBD Friday September 17 Pool 1: 11:20am- NSWCHS (4) def NQ (3) 11:20am- Mets (5) def SA (1) 11:20am- NSWCCC (5) def TouchWest (4) MENS ROUND 6: Friday September 17 Pool 1: 8:50am- CQ (7) def SQBD (5) 8:50am- QSST (11) def NSWCIS (0) 9:40am- NT (6) def SunCoast (3) Bye- ACT Pool 2: 9:40am- NSWCHS (10) def Scorpions (3) 9:40am- NSWCCC (12) def TouchWest (3) 10:30am- Hornets (10) def Tas (1) Bye SWQ Pool 3: 9:40am- Cobras (2) def Suns (1) 10:30am- Mets (11) def SA (5) 10:30am- Eagles (14) def Vic (1) Bye- NQ WOMENS ROUND 6: Friday September 17 Pool 2: 8:00am- SunCoast (7) def SWQ (6) 8:00am- Hornets (3) def NSWCIS (1) 8:00am- QSST (13) def NT (0) Bye- Cobras Pool 3: 8:00am- Scorpions (9) def Tas (1) 8:50am- SQBD (10) def Rebels (1) 8:50am- CQ (8) def ACT (4) Bye- Suns MENS ROUND 7: Friday September 17 Pool 1: 12:10pm- NSWCIS (3) drew SunCoast (3) 1:00pm- CQ (10) def ACT (2) 1:50pm- QSST (12) def SQBD (1) Bye- NT Pool 2: 1:00pm- Scorpions (11) def Tas (1) 1:00pm- NSWCCC (11) def SWQ (4) 1:50pm- NSWCHS (13) def TouchWest (1) Bye- Hornets Pool 3: 1:00pm- SA (5) def Vic (3) 1:50pm- NQ (4) def Cobras (2) 1:50pm- Mets (8) def Suns (3) Bye- Eagles WOMENS ROUND 7: Friday September 17 Pool 2: 10:30am- NSWCIS (14) def NT (4) 11:20am- Cobras (6) def SunCoast (3) 12:10pm- QSST (8) def SWQ (0) Bye- Hornets Pool 3: 12:10pm- ACT (5) def Suns (3) 12:10pm- SQBD (3) def CQ (2) 12:10pm- Rebels (12) def Tas (0) Bye- Scorpionslast_img read more

2014 Peter Wilson Memorial Championships

first_imgNew South Wales Hunter Western Hornets Regional Touch is set to embark on one of the biggest tournaments that they have ever had. The 2014 Peter Wilson Memorial Championships will consist of over 100 junior teams battling it out at the annual event.Host club, Nelson Bay Touch Association, along with Hornets are working hard in preparation for this year’s milestone event, with grounds in great condition and facilities ready to go.Clubs will feature in all state age divisions (Under 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18 Boys and Girls), with a high attendance rate from many Hornets affiliates. Clubs sending teams to this year’s event include; Maitland, Singleton, Scone, Muswellbrook, Beresfield, Wallsend, Newcastle City, Doyalson Junior, Central Coast, Peninsula Junior, Berkeley Vale and host club Nelson Bay. In addition, the tournament will feature Forster Tuncurry from the Northern Eagles during Saturday’s games.In addition to the teams, there will be in excess of 500 officials, coaching staff and volunteers helping this event run smoothly, with some even travelling from clubs such as Parkes, Orange, Dubbo, Bathurst, Coolah and more.Event organisers are very happy with this year’s contingent and are looking forward to another large scale event. While the event is always large, members of the Touch Football community are encouraged each year to attend, with previous attending clubs such as Port Macquarie, Taree and Sydney clubs always taking a lot out of this event in the lead up to the New South Wales Junior State Cup.The event will be held at the Tomaree Sports Complex (Home of Nelson Bay Touch Association) Nelson Bay Road, Nelson Bay, on Saturday, 1 February and Sunday, 2 February 2014. Tournament highlights include the finals series for all divisions, the Dean McManus (18’s Boys) and Gai Taylor (18’s Girls) perpetual trophies, as well as the annual title of Peter Wilson Memorial Club Champions, all to be announced on the Sunday afternoon.For further information, fixtures and results of the event please visit www.hornetstouch.com.au and stay up-to-date with regular feeds, highlights and photos of the event on our Facebook page – www.facebook.com/hornetstouch. Related LinksPeter Wilson Champslast_img read more

10 months agoSACKED! Moreno Longo axed by Frosinone

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say SACKED! Moreno Longo axed by Frosinoneby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveMoreno Longo has been sacked by Frosinone.The Serie A minnows announced the dismissal of Longo this morning.Along with Longo, the coach’s backroom staff are also sacked with immediate effect.Frosinone are currently second from bottom of the Serie A table, five points from safety. last_img

a month agoEx-Real Madrid president Calderon: I’m outraged Ronaldo was sold

first_imgEx-Real Madrid president Calderon: I’m outraged Ronaldo was soldby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon has again hit out at the sale of Cristiano Ronaldo.Ronaldo left Madrid for Juventus over a year ago – and Calderon says the club is yet to recover.He told AS: “He should never have left, it’s amazing that he was let go. “It’s impossible to do without such a player. 60 goals per season … no player can bring you such a guarantee. He is irreplaceable, just like (Lionel) Messi. “I am outraged that this may have happened, while (president) Florentino (Perez) keeps saying that Cristiano’s signature was the best of his mandate.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

“Michigan Head Coach Jim Harbaugh” Is Apparently A Popular Halloween Costume

first_imgHead coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines looks on during the Michigan Football Spring Game.ANN ARBOR, MI – APRIL 04: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines looks on during the Michigan Football Spring Game on April 4, 2015 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh has done a nice job turning around the Wolverines in his first year on campus, and as such, UM fans are looking to celebrate him for Halloween. A quick look on social media reveals that dozens of Michigan supporters are going as Jim Harbaugh – khakis and all – for the holiday. Check it out:@CoachJim4UM @umichfootball @UMichAthletics I present the greatest Halloween costume ever JIM HARBAUGH!! pic.twitter.com/WetOpqNW5J— Jacob Anderson (@Go_Blue1415) October 29, 2015What’s better than Jim Harbaugh? TWO Jim Harbaughs! #GoBlue #Halloween pic.twitter.com/yvy2RLltxx— Susie Pearson (@SusiePearson02) October 28, 2015@umichfootball Happy Halloween Coach Harbaugh! Like my costume? Go Blue! pic.twitter.com/GaCUCqr6uO— Ty Seighman (@sig_ty) October 24, 2015In reality, it’s an easy costume to pull off. Still, we’ll give anyone props who promotes college football on Halloween.last_img read more