In these 37 league matches that have passed, one less than the 38 that has yet to dispute, Liverpool has added 101 points -one more than the record set by Guardiola in 17-18-, 32 wins and scored 89 goals. Mané, with 25, Salah, with 19, and Firmino, with 10, have been his top gunners, while Alexander-Arnold, with 17, and Robertson, with 13, have been the best distributing goal passes.The next rival of Atlético de Madrid in Europe comes as the third team ever from England in get this feat, although the record, they have it The invincibles of Arsenal in 49 games without falling, It is still far away. The Liverpool victory before Sheffield United it meant a lot More than three points. The goals of Mané and Salah became the ink and the pen with which the reds they wrote their name in the history of the Premier, as, 365 days laterfollow undefeated in a competition that has been resisted for three decades, when the English league was not even called Premier League. This year, when they arrive with the world champions badge embroidered on the chest, there is no other goal for those of Klopp.And is that the January 3, 2019 brings bitter memories for fans of the city of Beatles. That was when he Manchester City, that reached seven points to the encounter, inflicted them his last defeat and began to turn around a title that was lost in a sea of draws. The conquest of the Champions League was more than balsamicYes, but in England there is a special fetish with national hegemony and ending a curse at the end of the last century.
ABU DHABI, UAE (CMC):Pakistan exposed West Indies’ weakness to spin bowling and large outfields by cantering to a comfortable eight-wicket win in their final match, to complete a 3-0 whitewash yesterday.West Indies lost three front line batsmen to the ordinary left-arm spin of Imad Wasim, before stumbling to 103 for five in their 20 overs at Sheikh Zayed Stadium.Shoaib Malik struck an unbeaten 43 to guide his side to victory with 29 balls remaining.Debutant fast bowler Kesrick Williams launched his international career by snatching, in one over, the only two Pakistan wickets to fall.Asked to bat after Pakistan won the toss, West Indies’ innings careened into disarray in the third over when Wasim picked up two wickets in two balls.Johnson Charles gifted his wicket when he attempted a heave over midwicket, but missed and lost his middle and leg stumps.Wasim’s next delivery kept low enough to hit the toe end of Chadwick Walton’s bat before crashing into the stumps.Two overs later, the World champions plunged to 17 for three when Andre Fletcher was run out for nine.Fletcher worked a ball towards square leg and took off without approval from Marlon Samuels, but Rumman Raees’ throw was pounced on by Sarfraz Ahmed, who whipped off the bails.LOOSE SHOTSA couple of partnerships in the middle of the innings attempted to repair the damaged caused primarily by West Indies’ failure to adapt, loose shots and bad running.Samuels and Nicholas Pooran stitched together 37 runs for the sixth wicket until Pooran attempted a shot that would have cleared most grounds, only to be caught by Malik on the deep mid-wicket boundary for 16.Samuels and Kieron Pollard, negotiating spinners that were constantly attacking the stumps – including Wasim who finished with three for 21 – then compiled 37 runs for the sixth wicket.Samuels finished unbeaten on 42 off 59 balls, while Pollard, in conditions not favouring big hitting, ended up not out on 16 off 17 balls without hitting a boundary or clearing the ropes.SCOREBOARDWest Indies inningsJ Charles b Imad Wasim 5ADS Fletcher+ run out (Rumman Raees/+Sarfraz Ahmed) 9CAK Walton b Imad Wasim 0MN Samuels not out 42DJ Bravo b Imad Wasim 11N Pooran c Shoaib Malik bMohammad Nawaz 16KA Pollard not out 16Extras (lb 3, w 1) 4Total (5 wickets; 20 overs) 103To batCR Brathwaite*, SP Narine, JE Taylor, KOK WilliamsFall of wickets 1-12 (Charles, 2.2 ov), 2-12 (Walton, 2.3 ov), 3-17 (Fletcher, 4.4 ov), 4-31 (Bravo, 8.1 ov), 5-66 (Pooran, 12.4 ov)Bowling: Wasim, 4-1-21-3, Tanvir 4-0-22-0, Nawaz 3-0-16-1 (1w), Amir 4-0-20-0, Malik 2-0-11-0, Raees 3-0-10-0.Pakistan inningsSharjeel Khan c +Fletcher b Williams 11Khalid Latif b Williams 21Babar Azam not out 27Shoaib Malik not out 43Extras (lb 4, w 2) 6Total (2 wickets; 15.1 overs) 108Did not bat: Umar Akmal, Sarfraz Ahmed*+, Mohammad Nawaz (3), Imad Wasim, Sohail Tanvir, Mohammad Amir, and Rumman Raees.Fall of wickets 1-36 (Sharjeel Khan, 5.1 ov), 2-40 (Khalid Latif, 5.6 ov)Bowling: Taylor 2-0-19-0,(1w), Williams 4-0-15-2,(1w),DJ Bravo 4-0-31-0,Narine 4-0-21-0,Brathwaite 1.1-0-18-0.Result: Pakistan won by eight wickets.Series: Pakistan won the three-match series 3-0.Man-of-the-Match: Imad Wasim.Toss: Pakistan.Umpires: Ahsan Raza and Shozab Raza; TV- Ahmed Shahab.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has called on all Muslims in Liberia to observe the holy month of Ramadan with a sense of commitment to the faith of Islam, bearing in mind love for country at all times. “Islam, as a religion of peace embodies love for fellow humankind,” she said.According to an Executive Mansion release, in a statement to the Muslim community to mark the start of Ramadan across the nation, she wished Muslims well as they begin the fulfillment of one of the five pillars of Islam, the Holy Ramadan.She urged them to remember Liberia in their prayers. “As you isolate yourself in the next 30 days to fast and pray, we implore you to remember our country, as well as its continued longing for peace and stability,” President Sirleaf admonished, reminding them that all Muslims were fully supportive of the fight against Ebola as was evidenced by their supplications during the country’s most difficult time.Madam Sirleaf appealed to Muslims to let their moment of peaceful sanctity inspire and bring hope to Liberia and its people. “Let the spirit of Ramadan truly manifest itself that indeed Islam begets peace and tranquility for humankind,” she urged, adding, “May the essence of Ramadan purify all our hearts.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
When Fitness 53 contributed funding to the Malteenoes Cricket Academy, it was just a gift of appreciation from Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ramnaresh “Ronnie” Sarwan, who was among the eager youngsters at their inaugural Academy in 1993.Fitness 53 Supervisor Kavita Goberdhan presents the donation to Malteenoes PRO Sean Devers at the gym at ProvidenceOn Tuesday last, Fitness 53 Supervisor Kavita Goberdhan presented the sponsorship cheque to Malteenoes Sports Club Public Relations Officer (PRO) Sean Devers to demonstrate that Fitness 53, located in Providence, East Bank Demerara, is a good corporate citizen.The two-week Academy starts on July 23 at the Club’s Thomas Lands venue. Each day’s sessions start at 09:00h and end at 15:00h with lunch provided.The registration fee is $3000 and forms can be picked up at Malteenoes. Registration closes on July 20 and more information can be had by calling Malteenoes on 225-6509.The 38-year-old Sarwan has 15 tons and 31 fifties from 87 Tests at an average of 40.1. He has played 181 ODIs, 18 T20 Internationals, and scored 33 tons from 220 First-Class matches.Sarwan said that the Academy taught him not only the skills to kick start his cricket career but also lots of life skills that have made him a well-rounded person which has served him well much later in his life when he captained Guyana and the West Indies in all three formats.Sarwan left his home of village Wakenaam and moved to Campbellville where he attended primary school and the Malteenoes Cricket Academy, and encouraged youngsters to register quickly and make use of an opportunity which he said could be the first preparation for a successful career in cricket.Sarwan’s 291 against England is the highest Test score by a Guyanese; he is youngest Guyanese to play First-Cricket at 15 and he is the youngest West Indian to reach 5000 Test runs.Sarwan is one of two Test players produced by the Academy; the other being Ryan Ramdass.Sarwan said it felt good to contribute to the development of youngsters in the formative years of them learning about cricket.Sarwan is presently in Canada and wished Malteenoes well as the Club provides a nursery for children who could one day be the next Sarwan, Chanderpaul or Hooper, the last three outstanding Guyana’s Test batsmen.
Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Thursday’s newspapers…Barcelona defender Gerard Pique, 27, was left out of the starting line-up for the second successive game amid speculation Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United have submitted offers for the Spain international. (Daily Mail) Kevin Strootman, 24, is expected to make his long-awaited return to action for a Roma reserve team this weekend in a move that could boost Manchester United’s prospects of signing the Netherlands midfielder in January. (The Times)Despite being linked with a host of players, United manager Louis van Gaal is not planning to strengthen his squad in January unless a key target becomes available. (The Guardian) Forward Joel Campbell, 22, is ready to leave Arsenal in January after becoming fed-up at a lack of first-team chances. (Daily Mirror) Leicester City assistant manager Craig Shakespeare has denied talks have taken place with midfielder Esteban Cambiasso, 34, over extending his contract, which expires at the end of the season. (Leicester Mercury) Damien Comolli says he was sacked as Liverpool’s director of football because the owners did not approve of the £20m signing of midfielder Jordan Henderson, 24. (Setanta) And here are the latest talkSPORT.com transfer tales…He’s a bit mad! Vickery on the Tottenham transfer target who pulled a gun on his team-mateMan City striker plays down talk of permanent Celtic moveManchester United and Liverpool to lose out on Cruzeiro sensation?Newcastle defender emerges as AC Milan transfer targetAC Milan reignite interest in Liverpool midfielderExclusive – The new Invincibles! Former Chelsea ace backs Blues to blow away rivalsExclusive – Dropping underperforming Liverpool stars could be a Rodgers masterstroke, claims HamannExclusive – Liverpool legend slams Rodgers and claims: ‘He’s alienated a lot of fans’
A boy who crept into a woman’s bedroom before threatening her at knifepoint and stealing her phone and handbag has been ordered to stay away from anybody with a criminal record. The boy, who is 17 years old, broke into the woman’s home in Letterkenny on July 18th last. He was along with another man who both threatened the elderly woman who was alone in her bedroom.The woman tried to call out to her son but the men told her to “shut her f***ing mouth.”They fled with her handbag and phone and she noticed later that a laptop computer and a key was missing.Later that evening Gardai came across three males acting suspiciously and one of them, the accused, handed over a bank card which later turned out to belong to a son of the woman who was robbed.He was interviewed and eventually admitted to breaking into the woman’s home but would not reveal the name of his accomplice.A victim impact statement was read out in court on behalf of the victim who admitted she was still suffering as a result of the break-in.She said she was still nervous, had trouble sleeping, lies awake in bed in fear and is hoping to be rehoused.“I also suffer from panic attacks because I know the two suspects are still out there,” she said.Garda Joe English told the court that he knew the boy and that he was a good boxer who would chat away to him if he was not drinking.Barrister Peter Nolan said his client was still a child who had suffered from alcohol trouble since he was fourteen.The court was told the boy, who is currently being held in Oberstown Children’s Detention Centre in Lusk, Co Dublin, has a ‘moderate risk of reoffending’ in the next 12 months.The break-in occurred when the boy was already on bail for other offenses.“This was a violation of this woman home, privacy and her person. It was appalling,” said Mr. Nolan.But he added that he appears to have done well in Oberstown House and ask the court to look at this as a way of dealing with the case.“If he’s sent away that will be the end of it and he will be dealing with the ‘Real McCoys’ and he will be back in court in a year’s time,” added Mr. Nolan.The boy himself, who turns 18 early next year, said he wanted to apologise in public to his victim.Judge John Aylmer said “This is a very serious offense of burglary while on bail. If I was dealing with an adult I would be considering a jail sentence of three years.“But because he is a juvenile I must approach it differently and ultimately detention must be the sentence of last resort.”He imposed a detention order of six months but backdated it to the day he went into custody on July 18th and also placed him under the supervision of Probation and Welfare Officer upon in his release for a period of another six months.The court was told that the boy’s dad has a criminal record but Judge Aylmer said he would excuse communication with his father.Boy threatened and robbed elderly woman at knifepoint in bedroom was last modified: December 7th, 2017 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:burglarycourtdonegalknifeletterkenny
Liverpool star Xherdan Shaqiri in action against Chelsea. Most Popular Transfer News Gossip It’s unlikely Liverpool would sanction the deal, especially give the form of Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, who have been less productive in front of goal this term.But the volatile Shaqiri could make life difficult for manager Jurgen Klopp if he isn’t rewarded with regular starts. ‘perfect fit” Liverpool tracking Toulouse youngster ahead of possible January move REVEALED The bizarre reason why Man United didn’t sign new Liverpool playmaker Minamino RANKED 1 moving on LATEST blunder targets Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ However, in October his situation has improved considerably, and assists against Huddersfield Town and Red Star Belgrade, as well as a goal against Cardiff City, have increased his stock.But despite his increase in minutes and his productive performances, Galatasaray are getting ready to swoop during the next transfer window.Should Shaqiri be unhappy with his circumstances in just under two months, the Turkish Super Lig side will offer the 27-year-old a loan switch, according to TMW. The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Euro expert explains why Liverpool should be so excited about Minamino Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Liverpool summer signing Xherdan Shaqiri is just beginning to make an impact at Anfield but already Turkish giants Galatasaray are plotting a loan raid.Shaqiri had a slow start to life on Merseyside, playing just 32 minutes of football until late September, before he started against Southampton, although he was then substituted at half-time. IN DEMAND targets Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti
Rhine and the Bulldogs play at South Dakota State Saturday at 2 p.m. Rhine is an excellent student-athlete who owns a 4.00 cumulative grade point average in elementary education. Last season, she was the 2018 MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, a CoSIDA Academic All-America selection, MVC Elite 17 winner and MVC Scholar-Athlete First Team honoree. This is Rhine’s seventh career MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Week award. This season, Rhine leads the MVC in scoring at 18.2 points per game and shooting percentage at 57.0 and ranks fourth in rebounding at 8.1. She is the first Bulldog to win MVC Player of the Week three-straight times since former standout Lizzy Wendell accomplished the feat during the 2016-17 season. Rhine and Wendell (2015-16) are also the only players in MVC history to win the award each of the first three weeks of a season. Rhine has won six career player of the week awards, which already ranks tied for ninth all-time in league history. She is a two-time All-MVC selection, two-time MVC Sixth Player of the Year and was the 2016 MVC Freshman of the Year. ST. LOUIS – Sara Rhine (Eldon, Mo.) of the Drake University women’s basketball team is one of this week’s featured student-athletes in the Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete Spotlight, presented by Enterprise Bank and Trust Company, the MVC announced Wednesday, Dec. 5. Rhine is joined by Marcus Bartley of the Southern Illinois University men’s basketball team in being recognized by The Valley. Rhine is a member of Salt, an on campus Christian ministry, and volunteers with several organizations, including Courage League Sports, Habitat for Humanity and Meals for the Heartland. Rhine and her teammates volunteer 1,000 or more community service hours each academic year. Print Friendly Version To qualify for the MVC Scholar-Athlete Spotlight, student-athletes must carry a cumulative grade-point average of 3.20, completed at least one academic year at a Valley institution and must be at least a sophomore in academic standing. Redshirt freshmen and first-year junior college transfers are not eligible. In addition to the academic qualifications, student-athletes are evaluated on their campus involvement and community service.
The communities of Cruit, Kincasslagh and Keadue in west-Donegal have been working tirelessly over the weekend to pull together a detailed submission to the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine – Mr Michael Creed – in objection to the proposed plans for Oyster Farms in both the Cruit Island and Keadue Bay areas.It emerged during the past week that a decision was pending in the coming weeks regarding the granting of foreshore licences for Oyster Farms in what is a designated Special Area of Conservation (SAC).In response a local task-force – the Save our Strands (SOS) Group – was established on the back of a hugely successful public meeting on Thursday night to identify how best the community could respond to the applications in question. At a supporter’s rally today, the community were joined at Cruit Island bridge by TD Thomas Pringle and local Councillors Michael Colm MacGiolla Easpaig and Marie Therese Gallagher, all of whom voiced their support to the local community in the efforts to maintain one of County Donegal’s most beautiful stretches of coastline as nature intended.The Save our Strands Group wish to express their gratitude to all who have helped out in the campaign thus far and wish to remind people that there will be a public meeting in St.Mary’s Hall, Kincasslagh on Sunday evening, 2nd October at 6pm to update the broader community on the next steps in the process – including details on how to prepare and submit submissions to the Minister.In addition, the Group have also asked that while they appreciate the good-will that exists from people far and near, that any desire to set-up petitions or gather further support should be channeled through the local committee so that a unified front can be made when making representations to the Minister. Locals rally against proposed Oyster Farm on Cruit Island was last modified: October 2nd, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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)
SAN FRANCISCO–At a public celebration of life for Willie McCovey last week, his closest teammates revealed their admiration not just for the way the Hall of Fame first baseman carried himself on the field, but how he handled himself off of it.“What he did on the field, everybody knows,” fellow Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda said. “But as a human being, Willie McCovey was very special. He was very quiet, he didn’t say much, but he had a big heart.”In a ceremony held at AT&T Park, McCovey was …