Maurizio Sarri takes the blame for Chelsea’s heavy 4-0 defeat against Bournemouth

first_imgAdvertisement 96dNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs1e2cxWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E9qouqt( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 0Would you ever consider trying this?😱dihCan your students do this? 🌚zv6yRoller skating! Powered by Firework Maurizio Sarri took all the blame after Chelsea’s heavy defeat against Bournemouth with a margin of 4-0. Chelsea went down to the fifth position in the League Table after this defeat.Advertisement Chelsea were dominating in the first half of the match in terms of possession. However, Bournemouth we’re all over the Blues in the second half. The defensive unit of Chelsea had no clue to stop the counter attacks of the Cherries.Advertisement After the defeat, Maurizio Sarri took all the responsibility of the defeat in the post match conference. He said,“Maybe I am not able to motivate these players,”Advertisement “At the end of the first half it was impossible to think the second would be a disaster and I want to understand why,” he said.“Just like two months ago when we had to face difficulties, we lost our identity and played as 11 individuals.”“You can concede but you need to play because the match was under control in the first half,”“I am frustrated, of course, and it is a very strong setback because we knew this match was very important.”Chelsea will face Huddersfield Town in the next match of the Premier League at Stamford Bridge and they need a win badly in that match to stay in the top four race.Chelsea ease past Sheffield Wednesday to reach the 5th Round of the FA Cup Advertisementlast_img read more

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Javier Tebas’s reaction to UEFA’s ban on Man City

first_img UEFA’s full statement on Man City’s Champions League ban UEFA ban Man City from Champions League for TWO years 14/02/2020 IN SPORT.ES RELATED STORIES sport.es “UEFA is finally taking decisive action,” tweeted the Spanish top-flight chief. “Enforcing the rules of financial fair play and punishing financial doping is essential for the future of football.  For years we have been calling for severe action against Manchester City and Paris Saint Germain, we finally have a good example of action and hope to see more. Better late than never.” La Liga president Javier Tebas was among the first to react to UEFA’s ban on Man City from the next two editions of the Champions League. CET La increíble reacción de Tebas tras la sanción al Manchester City Upd. at 21:34 last_img read more

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Connacht FA Youths Results and Fixtures

first_imgSFAI U-12 SUBWAY Inter League Saturday 11th February 2017 K.O 12 O’ Clock SFAI U-12 Skechers Cup Sunday 19th February 2017 K.O 11am Galway League       3-0Mayo League Galway League       5-1Longford League SFAI U-16 Skechers Cup Saturday 18th February 2017 K.O 2pm SFAI U-12 Inter League Saturday 11th February 2017 (Abbeycartron) K.O 12 O’ Clock Carn FC       vMervue Utd Mervue Utd       vCarrigaline (Cork) FAI Umbro Inter League Cup Saturday 11th February 2017 K.O 2.30pm Galway League       2-1Clare League Connacht Results Weekend 11th/12th February 2017 SFAI U-13 Skechers Cup Sunday 19th February 2017 K.O 2pm Burren Celtic       vMervue Utd Connacht Fixtures Weekend 18th/19th February 2017SFAI U-12 Skechers Cup Saturday 18th February 2017 K.O 2pm Maree/Oranmore       vMiddleton St Kevins Boys       vMaree/Oranmore  SFAI U-13 SUBWAY Inter League Saturday 11th February 2017 K.O 2.30pm Sligo League       2-0Donegal League FAI Umbro Youth Cup Sunday 19th February 2017 K.O Time TBC Longford League       2-0Athlone print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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Basketball Ireland announces schedule for Hula Hoops National Cup Basketball Finals 2018

first_imgHula Hoops NICC Women’s National Cup FinalKillester v St Mary’s Castleisland, 12.00 Hula Hoops Women’s National Cup finalDCU Mercy v Ambassador UCC Glanmire, 17.30print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Hula Hoops Senior Women’s Cup finalFr Mathews v Meteors, 14.00 Hula Hoops National Cup final ScheduleSession 1Friday, January 26th, 2018Hula Hoops IWA Wheelchair Basketball FinalKillester WBC v Ballybrack WBC, 18.30 Session 3Saturday, January 27th, 2018Hula Hoops Pat Duffy National Cup finalUCD Marian v Black Amber Templeogue, 20.00 The schedule for the Hula Hoops National Cup finals 2018 has officially been announced today. Hula Hoops Under 18 Women’s National Cup finalGlanmire v DCU Mercy, 12.00 Hula Hoops Under 18 Men’s National Cup finalNeptune v Templeogue, 14.00 Hula Hoops President’s Cup FinalBallincollig v Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin, 16.00 Session 2Saturday, January 27th, 2018Hula Hoops NICC Men’s National Cup finalBlue Demons v BC Leixlip Zalgiris, 10.00 Exhibition GameMasters Exhibition, 16.00 Session 4Sunday, January 28th, 2018Hula Hoops Under 20 Men’s National Cup finalMoycullen v KUBS, 10.00 Hula Hoops Under 20 Women’s National Cup finalBrunell v DCU Mercy, 20.30 The IWA Wheelchair Basketball final between Killester WBC and Ballybrack WBC will get proceedings underway from 6.30pm on Friday evening, and will be followed by the much-anticipated Under 20 Women’s Cup final between Brunell and DCU Mercy.Moycullen’s Under 20 Men’s National Cup Final with KUBS will get the Sunday Session of Games underway at 10am.Elsewhere, UCD Marian and Black Amber Templeogue will do battle in the Pat Duffy Cup, while Ballincollig and Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin will both be making their President’s Cup final debuts on Saturday afternoon. In the Women’s National Cup final on Sunday evening, Ambassador UCC Glanmire will be hoping to secure their fifth Cup title in-a-row, but will face a very in-form DCU Mercy who currently sit top of the Women’s Super League table. The Senior Women’s Cup will see Fr Mathews face Meteors in what is set to be a very close game. You can view the full schedule below and tickets are available now on eventbrite.ie. The games will tip off from Friday, January 26th, 2018 and will run throughout the weekend (Saturday and Sunday, January 27th and 28th).last_img read more

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Home-grown player secures NZ spot

first_imgHamilton Wanderers are preparing for the upcoming national league football season, drawing on coach Ricki Herbert’s past connections.Patrick Aisa left for New Zealand last Monday, joining countryman Tommy Semmy, who are both on board with Wanderers for the 2017-18 ISPS Handa Premiership.The 23-year-old, who has made six impressive appearances for the PNG national team, caught the eye of Herbert during his coaching stint with the PNG Under-23 team in 2015.Unlike many of his Kapul teammates, Aisa wasn’t born into a family of football, but was eager to pave his own pathway in sport.PNG men’s national coach Flemming Serritslev’s advice to Aisa was simple; keep working hard.Serritslev said the New Zealand league is a very physical league, which is good for Patrick’s development but that would depend on how hard he worked at training and in learning the game at the professional level.(Patrick Aisa – Picture: Papua New Guinea Football Association)last_img read more

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The Importance of the Land Rights Bill to Liberia’s Land Reform Part II (Land…

first_imgThe Land Rights Bill is a proposed law currently before the Legislature for review. The Bill seeks to establish authentic procedures and well organized processes for land acquisition, use, management and administration in Liberia.Purpose of the draft Land Rights BillThe Land Rights Bill highlights several key issues relevant to the holistic reformation of Liberia’s land sector. One of such is Land Ownership.As highlighted in the Land Rights Bill of 2014, its purpose is to define and delineate the different categories of land ownership and rights recognized in Liberia.The proposed law prescribes the means by which each of the categories of land can be acquired, used, transferred and otherwise managed.It ensures that all communities, families, individuals and legal entities enjoy secure land rights free of fear that their land will be taken from them, except in accordance with due process of law.The Land Rights Bill intends to confirm, declare and ensure equal access and equal protection with respect to land ownership, use and management, including ensuring that Customary Land is given protection equal to private land.It calls for permitting land ownership for all Liberians regardless of their identity, whether based on custom, ethnicity, tribe, language, and gender or otherwise.Scope of the Land Rights BillThe Land Rights Bill applies to and covers all lands in Liberia, whether presently or hereafter owned privately, publicly or collectively.It provides that all persons who own or seek to own rights or interest to land in Liberia, including individuals, communities and legal entities as well as government and its agencies follow the established procedures and processes for said ownership.The draft law allows original acquisition or title and subsequent transfer of any interests or rights in land in Liberia. Ownership and other Rights in LandThe Land Rights Bill indicates that land ownership shall consist of a bundle of rights which include the right to possess, the right to use, the right to exclude and the right to transfer by sale, devise, gift or otherwise.Under this nature, the Land Rights Bill points to the absence of the right to transfer singly or jointly by sale, devise, gift or otherwise including a restriction on the exercise of any of the rights such as the right to possess, the right to use, the right to exclude and the right to transfer by sale, devise, gift or otherwise does not defeat or negate a person’s ownership of land in Liberia.The Land Rights Bill further pointed out that ownership of land in Liberia does not extend to Mineral Resources on the land and beneath it.It provides that land ownership may be held singly or jointly by individuals, or collectively by a community as a communal property or the Government as public assets.According to the Land Rights Bill, a person not having title to land may still have and enjoy the right to possess and or use the land pursuant to an agreement of lease, an easement, or a license; noting that the government may also grant a concession on or over Government Land or Public Land.The Categories of Land Ownership in LiberiaThe Land Rights Bill sets four distinct categories of classification for land ownership in Liberia which include Public Land Ownership, Government Land Ownership, Customary Land Ownership and Private Land Ownership.According to the Bill, Public Land is a land acquire by the government through purchase, escheat, confiscation, gift or otherwise, which is not presently used by government for its facilities and operations and is also neither Private Land nor Customary Land.The Land Rights Bill describes Government Land as a land owned by government and used for its buildings, projects, or activities of the government, including but not limited to land on which are located: the offices of ministries, agencies, and parastatal bodies; military bases; roads; public schools and universities; public hospitals and clinics; public libraries and public museums; public utilities; and airports.For Customary Land, the Bill indicates that it is a portion of land owned by a community and use or managed in accordance with customary practices and norms, and include, but not limited to wetlands, communal forestlands, and fallow lands. On the issue of Private Land, the proposed law mandates that Private Land is a land which is owned or otherwise held by private persons under the provisions of The Land Rights Bill and other applicable laws in Liberia.Owing to the importance of the land Rights Bill, which provides comprehensive measures to curtailing land conflicts and promotes the inclusive acquisition, use, management and administration of Land in Liberia, there is a need for the Bill to be passed in a timely manner with the aim to encourage peaceful coexistence and suitable environment for business in Liberia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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ROOKIES SHINE IN DUAL MEET VS MCMASTER

first_imgHOW IT HAPPENED: In the individual events, Blues rookie Abby McDonald looked a cut above the rest, finishing first in women’s 200 IM (2:19:15) and women’s 100 IM (1:05.30). Story Links FROM HEAD COACH BYRON MACDONALD: “I have said before that Abby was a key recruit for us and she is proving it every time she hits the water. She is a beautiful swimmer and with her work ethic, she is going to see great swims this year for the Blues” said head coach Byron MacDonald The University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s and women’s swimming teams defeated the McMaster Marauders in dual-meet action on Saturday October 5 at Varsity Pool. Men’s ResultsWomen’s Resultscenter_img In the men’s categories, Blues rookies continued to shine with Bernard Godolphin winning the 300m freestyle (2:39:16) and Tyler Wall winning the 100 medley (00:57:86). UP NEXT: The Blues head to New York City to battle both Columbia and NYU in dual meets on Friday, October 25. For more information, scores and highlights on your favourite U of T athletes and teams, please visit www.varsityblues.ca. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for the latest and greatest in Varsity Blues intercollegiate athletics.Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Mourinho hints at Balotelli move

first_img0Shares0000LONDON, England, March 6 Jose Mourinho has fuelled speculation that Chelsea could make a move for AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli this summer.There have been reports the former Manchester City forward is unsettled in his native Italy amid intense media scrutiny and there are suggestions he could return to the Premier League, with Tottenham linked last week. Mourinho has now hinted that Chelsea could step in and make a bid for the 23-year-old Italy international.“In football you never know the future,” Mourinho told Yahoo.“Balotelli is with a big club at the moment but you never know the future.“They want to keep the best players and want to keep the best Italian players. But Mario has already been in English football before.“I’m not going to be manager of Milan or the Italy national team, but he’s a good kid and somebody I’d like to work with again.”Balotelli has previously claimed he would like work with Mourinho again.“Of course I would like to play under Jose again,” Balotelli said earlier this year.“In my first days at Inter we had some problems, but then it turned into a mutual respect, and now we have a real friendship.“It is never boring playing under Jose. When you are in Mourinho’s team it is a family and he coaches on the principle that if all is well with the family it doesn’t matter what is going on outside the team.”Balotelli scored 30 goals in 80 matches during his spell in the Premier League with City, which ended in 2013 when he joined Milan.Mourinho, who endured a tempestuous relationship with Balotelli during their time at Inter, has complained of a lack of killer instinct from his strikers this season.Chelsea are currently top of the Premier League but have scored 21 goals fewer than second-placed Liverpool.-Football365.com0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Fire engulfs Pico Rivera home

first_imgPICO RIVERA – Los Angeles County Fire Department firefighters from Station 25 in Pico Rivera made quick work of a house fire in the 6600 block of Cord Avenue that investigators believe might have been accidentally touched off by fireworks. The fire, which broke out at about 9:15 p.m. Wednesday, extensively damaged the garage and a front room, but also caused smoke damage in several other rooms, said station Capt. Ron Larriva. Four fire engines and support personnel were dispatched. None of the occupants, two adults and five children, were injured. American Red Cross officials went to the scene to assist the family. The blaze caused an estimated $170,000 in damages, including a fire-destroyed vehicle parked inside the garage, Larriva said. – From staff reports 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

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Transplant doctor accused of speeding up death

first_imgProsecutors did not pursue murder charges because witnesses said they did not believe the drugs caused Navarro’s death. “The central issue of this case is the mistreatment of a developmentally disabled, dependent adult in an attempt to hasten the person’s death for organ transplantation,” Chief Deputy District Attorney Stephen Brown said in an interview. The Coroner’s Office this year determined that Navarro died of natural causes. Last month, his mother, Rosa, filed a wrongful-death and medical malpractice lawsuit against Roozrokh and others, claiming her son was removed from life support without her permission and given lethal doses of drugs. A report from federal regulators said Roozrokh ordered Navarro to receive 200 milligrams of morphine and 80 milligrams of the sedative Ativan – far in excess of the usual doses.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A surgeon was charged Monday with prescribing excessive drugs to a comatose, disabled patient to hasten his death and harvest his organs for transplantation. It’s the first such criminal case against a transplant doctor in the United States, the San Luis Obispo County district attorney’s office said. Prosecutors said Dr. Hootan Roozrokh, 33, of San Francisco gave a harmful drug and prescribed excessive doses of morphine and a sedative to 26-year-old Ruben Navarro, who died in 2006. He was taken in a coma to Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center, 150 miles northwest of Los Angeles, in 2006 after suffering respiratory and cardiac arrest. Although Navarro was found to have irreversible brain damage and was kept on a respirator, he was not considered brain dead because he still had limited brain function. The day before Navarro died, his family gave approval for a surgical team to recover his organs for donation, though the procedure never occurred because Navarro did not die within 30 minutes of being removed from life support. He died the next day. Roozrokh, a surgeon at Kaiser Permanente’s now-closed kidney transplant program, was working at the time on behalf of a group that procures and distributes organs. The prosecutor’s office said in a statement that the drugs were prescribed “to accelerate Mr. Navarro’s death in order to recover his organs.” State law prohibits transplant surgeons to be involved in the treatment of potential organ donors before they are declared dead. Roozrokh’s lawyer, M. Gerald Schwartzbach, called the charges “unfounded and ill-advised,” saying his client “has unfairly been the subject of an 18-month witch hunt.” “Nothing that Dr. Roozrokh did or said at the hospital that night adversely affected the quality of Mr. Navarro’s life or contributed to Mr. Navarro’s eventual death,” Schwartzbach said in a statement. last_img read more

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