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Sarri praises Ronaldo’s mother for giving birth to player


first_img Promoted ContentThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits EarthA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World10 Simple Product Ideas That Made Their Creators MillionairesWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Inventions Created To Start Saving The WorldThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest Pocket Loading… Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri praised Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother after their 3-0 victory against Roma in the Coppa Italia on Wednesday evening. Ronaldo and mum Ronaldo scored Juve’s opener with an excellent left-footed finish before Rodrigo Bentancur and Leonardo Bonucci found the net to put Sarri’s side 3-0 ahead. Gianluigi Buffon’s own goal gave Roma a glimmer of hope but it wasn’t enough and Juve will now face either AC Milan or Torino in the semi-finals.Advertisementcenter_img After the match, Sarri admitted he found it difficult to find a flaw in Ronaldo’s game and could only praise the forward’s mother Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro for ‘creating such a specimen’. read also; Ronaldo emerges fifth top goalscorer in football history ‘Ronaldo is in extraordinary physical and mental condition, scoring with remarkable consistency,’ Sarri told Rai Sport after the match. ‘On an individual level, I don’t see what Ronaldo could improve. Perhaps in some defensive moments. ‘I cannot take credit for Ronaldo’s current form, you can only give credit to his mother for creating such a specimen.’ FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more


Liverpool title hopes in limbo as laws fail to cover incomplete season


first_img Loading… The Daily Star says there is no rule in place stating the Premier League can be deemed complete if 75 per cent of a season is completed, despite social media reports. The organisation voted to postpone fixtures until April 3 as they combat the spread of COVID-19. This has sparked a debate on whether league leaders Liverpool , sitting 25 points clear, should be awarded the title. Some have called for the season to be ended now, including West Ham CEO Karren Brady.Advertisement Most teams have played 29 games this season, which is over 75 per cent of the campaign. Only Manchester City , Arsenal , Sheffield United and Aston Villa have played less at 28 games (73 per cent). The only rule regarding the final standings is rule C.11. in the Premier League handbook. “The Club which is at the top of the table at the end of the Season shall be the League Champions.” Read Also:Fernandes can be a Man Utd hero like Cantona,Scholes – Ince But the handbook does not give a definitive end to the league season, implying the organisation decides when it ends. And there is no set rule on a situation where 75 per cent of the season has been played. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Liverpool’s title hopes may require an overturning of a set in stone law for incomplete seasons. Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them6 Unforgettable Shows From The 90s That Need To Make A ComebackTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueThe Best Cars Of All TimeYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Animelast_img read more


Antique religious groups oppose SOGIE bill


first_img“In the House Bill 4982, Section 4,especially the full preaching of God’s word will already be prohibited,”Obligar said. He added that when he studied theBible, he learned that God only created male and female, he then started tochange his ways.  “I also felt discrimination beforebecause I wanted to use the female restroom,” Aguilar said. SAN JOSE, Antique – Various religiousgroups in the province made known their opposition to the Sexual Orientationand Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE) Equality Bill. Reverend Jeopanes Obligar Jr. of theAssembly of God, one of the organizers of the prayer rally at the Evelio B.Javier Park, said they believed there are provisions in Senate Bill 1271 andHouse Bill 4982 that are harmful to the freedom of religious expression,sanctity of marriage, way of life as a nation and the youth of the nextgeneration. Over a thousand pastors and religiouspeople who joined the rally came from the municipalities of San Jose deBuenavista, Hamtic, Sibalom, San Remigio, and Tibiao belonging to the God’sLove Ministry, Assembly of God, Jesus is Lord Church, and the Evangelicalchurches.(With a report from PNA/PN) Pastor Spencer Kent Aguilar of God’s Love Ministry shares his testimony during a prayer rally at the Evelio B. Javier Park in San Jose de Buenavista, Antique on Monday. ANNABEL CONSUELO J. PETINGLAY/PNA Pastor Spencer Kent Aguilar of God’sLove Ministry, a former transgender, said the SOGIE bill is being pushed by theLGBTQ because they feel they are being discriminated against.    Obligar said passing the SOGIE billcould gravely affect the way of life of the people in the Philippines, which isknown as a Christian nation. He added as pastors of the differentreligious organizations, they could no longer preach what is in the Bible asGod’s creation of Adam as male and Eve as female because it could discriminate,shame or insult the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ). The proposed SOGIE law aims to protectmembers of the LGBTQ from discrimination. His being a Bible reader, made him“realized” he does not have to struggle to become a woman for God’s creation isperfect. “Before, I used to spend much amountof money for me to be able to take female hormone,” Aguilar said. last_img read more


3-Way Boys & Girls Swimming Meet


first_img200 Medley Relay OA 1st – (Meredith Maier, Mikaela Fangman, Caroline Storms  and Madelyn Maier), 500 Yd. Free – Caroline Storms 2nd, 100 Yd. Backstroke – Emma Geis 2nd, 100 Yd. Breastroke – Mikaela Fangman 1st, 400 Yd . Relay OA 2nd – (Meredith Maier, Madelyn Maier, Huntyr Rose and Caroline Storms). 3 Way Swimming Meet.Girls: South Dearborn 131, OA 92, Lawrenceburg 81. Boys:  Lawrenceburg 80, South Dearborn 65, OA 54. Highlights: Highlights:  200 Medley Relay OA 2nd – (Chris Nurrenberg, Eric Frey, Ben Wanstrath, Gabriel Frey), 200 Yd. Free – Chris Nurrenberg 2nd, 50 Yd. Free – Ben Wanstrath 2nd, 100 Yd. Free – Eric Frey 2nd, 100 Yd . Backstroke – Ben Wanstrath 1st, 100 Yd. Breastroke – Eric Frey 1st.Submitted by OA Coach Shawnn Storms.last_img


Arsenal target to stay at Real Betis next season


first_img Read Also: Cristiano Ronaldo my inspiration – Haaland  However, the 26-year-old is not willing to leave the Estadio Benito Villamarin unless a title-challenging team with an ambitious project comes his way. Fekir is the most valuable player in Betis’ squad, with the CIES Football Observatory noting that he is worth between 40 and 50 million euros, while his release clause is 100 million euros. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The only way that Fekir could depart Los Verdiblancos is due to two minor loopholes. One of them would be if Real Madrid or Barcelona came in for him, while the other is if Betis find themselves in a dire financial state due to the coronavirus crisis and need to sell their star player in order to raise funds. To this point, neither case has occurred. Big clubs such as AC Milan, Arsenal and the soon-to-be wealthy Newcastle United have all set their sights on Fekir, who has scored seven goals and provided six assists in 22 games in his debut campaign with Betis.Advertisement Promoted Content7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes6 Best Natural History Museums In The WorldWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Top Tastiest Foods From All Over The World14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks Nabil Fekir has informed Real Betis that he wants to stay at the club next season, despite the fact many teams have enquired about signing the French playmaker. Loading… last_img read more


FCSD Rule the Road event coming soon


first_imgBatesville, IN—The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department is proud to participate once again with the Rule the Road event held in the Thrive Market parking lot in Batesville. This year’s event is Thursday, September 12th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This is a great event for your teenage driver to attend.Students will get hands-on experience in closed course scenarios supervised by area law enforcement officers. Among the topics include dangers of distracted driving, dangers of impaired driving by utilizing goggles that impair your vision, and the importance of wearing a properly fastened seat belt.To be eligible, you must be between the ages of 15-18, a student in either Franklin or Ripley Counties, and hold either a valid Indiana driver’s license or a valid Indiana learner’s permit. To register, contact your high school guidance office to pick up the forms.last_img read more


Matt Homich takes fourth in MDI Marathon


first_img Latest Posts Drive-thru flu shot clinics scheduled – September 18, 2020 Donald Trump Jr. to host Holden campaign event – September 18, 2020 Latest posts by (see all) BAR HARBOR — Matt Homich of Ellsworth finished the Mount Desert Island Marathon first among Hancock County runners on Sunday.Homich, 27, placed fourth overall of more than 800 runners from across the country in two hours, 38 minutes and nine seconds, averaging a 6:03-minute mile pace.Michael Crouch of Chicopee, Mass., took first, setting a new course record in 2:26.55.Leah Frost of Glover, Vt., was the first female finisher with a time of 2:49.44 — just 30 seconds slower than the women’s course record.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe event, organized by Crow Athletics, also included a half-marathon, relays and a Kids’ Run.Brian Harvey of Boston and Laura Caplan of Cambridge, Mass., both set course records in the half-marathon with times of 1:07.45 and 1:30.38.The Maine Warden Service defended its title in the public safety relay, with its three-person team — “Chafing the Dream” —taking first overall in 2:48.03.Find more results here. Bio Real Estate Transfers Week of Sept. 17 – September 18, 2020last_img read more


COLUMN: Sarkisian faces an uncertain future


first_imgWell that didn’t go as expected. Despite entering the weekend as double-digit favorites, the USC Trojans fell handily to the Stanford Cardinal 41-31 on Saturday night.All preseason hype came crashing down around a faltering Trojan squad that had no response for a powerful Stanford offense.Even though the defense is mostly to blame for allowing the Cardinal to amass 474 yards of total offense, the loss will ultimately fall on the shoulders of second-year head coach Steve Sarkisian.For the second consecutive season, the Trojans lost their third game after looking like national champion contenders in their first two.Last season’s loss came almost 3,000 miles away from the Coliseum at the hands of Boston College.This year, the Stanford Cardinal marched into the Coliseum and whipped the Trojans from start to finish. Somehow a team that couldn’t manage a touchdown against its first opponent, Northwestern, exploded for five touchdowns against a Trojan defense that only allowed 15 points in its first two games.What really decimated the Trojans’ chances of making a comeback in the fourth quarter was Stanford’s ability to convert on third down. The Cardinal went 8-12 (67 percent) on third down and dominated time of possession at almost a 2:1 minute clip.To put it frankly, the Trojans were completely outcoached for the entire game.Entering the season, everybody knew this Stanford game would tell us if the Trojans were contenders or pretenders.As I sat in the press box and watched Stanford consistently line up in a power formation, I kept thinking to myself, how are we not prepared for this?If you’ve watched Stanford over the past several years under head coach David Shaw, you know they are a run first team. Basically, if you control the line of scrimmage against Stanford you have a strong shot at beating them.Yet time and time again, the Cardinal would line up with two tight ends and consistently rush for 3-4 yards. The defense simply had no response.Even worse, when we did hold the Cardinal to passing situations on third and long, we made Kevin Hogan look like the second coming of Andrew Luck. Out of eight third down conversions, Hogan threw for five and ran for two others. The Cardinal ended up scoring on every drive that Hogan converted a third down.There are numerous other instances where the Trojans were seemingly unprepared for a must-win game.Now the Trojans will be playing for their Pac-12 lives this Saturday against Arizona State. The last time the Trojans made the trip to Tempe, their head coach was left at the airport.So I ask the question: could Sarkisian get Kiffined (trademark pending) if the Trojans drop a second consecutive game?Personally, I believe Sark’s job is safe for this year at least. He managed to bring in the No. 1-ranked recruiting class and is enduring his first year without scholarship reductions.However, with each loss and public indecency incident, his seat is becoming hotter and hotter.Sarkisian’s critics will only get louder if the Trojans continue to disappoint this season. After his drunken mishap at an alumni event earlier this year, Sark can’t afford much more to go wrong for the Trojans.An interesting situation that could arise is if the Trojans are blown out similarly to Kiffin’s last game in charge, a 66-44 thrashing. The Trojans would sit at 2-2 (0-2) on the season and all but surely be out of the national and even Pac-12 conversation.Sarkisian’s record as head coach would drop to 11-6 with only two of those wins coming against AP Top 25 opponents. While that record might cut it at Washington, it just won’t do in the land of Troy.An even better question is how safe is Pat Haden’s job if the Trojans struggle this year? He is the one who hand-picked both Kiffin and Sarkisian and has given his public support for the embattled coach.I believe Haden is undoubtedly safe for now. He helped guide the University through some of the harshest penalties ever given out by the NCAA and has seen numerous NCAA championships under his reign.Sarkisian, on the other hand, isn’t so safe. It’s not quite a win or go home situation, but the pressure is mounting.Winning solves everything in college football, and in a month’s time, we could all be raving about Sarkisian. That’s just the nature of sports.For now all we can look forward to is this Saturday, when the Trojans will be playing to keep their season alive.Sarkisian’s future could hinge upon a positive result.Nick Barbarino is a senior majoring in business administration. His column, “Beyond the Arc,” runs Thursdays.last_img read more


Around the Nation: Cortaca, undefeated Iowa highlight must-see games


first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ No. 12 Oklahoma at No. 6 Baylor, 8 p.m. SaturdayBaylor (8-0, 5-0 Big 12) is undefeated, but ranked No. 6 in the College Football Playoff rankings due to its weak schedule. It begins a stretch of games against ranked opponents when it faces a respectable opponent when No. 12 Oklahoma (8-1, 5-1 Big 12) visits Waco, Texas. Baylor’s prolific offense is paced by wide receiver Corey Coleman, who leads the nation with 20 receiving touchdowns.No. 2 Alabama at No. 17 Mississippi State, 3:30 p.m. SaturdayThe Crimson Tide (8-1, 5-1 Southeastern) are rolling after handling then-No. 2 LSU, 30-16, last week. Now, Alabama travels to Starkville, Mississippi, as the newly ranked No. 2 in the College Football Playoff. The Tide will take on No. 17 Mississippi State, (7-2, 3-2 SEC). The Bulldogs have won four straight games, though only two of those were against conference opponents.Oregon at No. 7 Stanford, 7:30 p.m. SaturdayAdvertisementThis is placeholder textFor the past half-decade, this game has typically decided the Pac-12 North division champion. That’s not the case this year, as Oregon (6-3, 4-2 Pac-12) visits Stanford as an underdog. The Cardinal (8-1, 7-0 Pac-12) are two games up in the standings, and have gone undefeated after losing its season-opener on the road to No. 18 Northwestern. Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey is quietly building a Heisman Trophy case, averaging 6.1 yards per carry on 198 attempts so far this season.No. 21 Memphis at No. 24 Houston 7 p.m. on SaturdayMemphis (8-1, 4-1 American Athletic) was a dark horse to make the College Football Playoffs up until last week, when the Tigers were blown out by Navy, 45-20. Undefeated Houston (9-0, 5-0 AAC) is ready to replace Memphis as the non-power conference front-runner. Both teams have high-powered offenses, with Houston averaging 43.5 points per game this season, and Memphis tallying 42.5 points per game thus far.Minnesota at No. 5 Iowa, 8 p.m. SaturdayThe Hawkeyes (9-0, 5-0 Big Ten) have flown under the radar to this point, riding two road wins against top 25 teams to the No. 5 spot in the most recent College Football Playoff rankings. In order to reach its best start in school history, Iowa will have to defeat Minnesota (4-5, 1-4 Big Ten). The Golden Gophers have had a rocky season and head coach Jerry Kill stepped down two weeks ago for health reasons. But Minnesota could turn things around with a road victory over No. 5 Iowa.SUNY Cortland at Ithaca College, 12 p.m. SaturdayIn the biggest of central New York football rivalries, Cortland takes on Ithaca in the annual showdown for the Cortaca Jug. It’s the 57th matchup between the two schools, with Ithaca leading the Jug series 34-22. Cortland won last season’s game in dramatic fashion, 23-20, after a botched field goal snap led to an improbable touchdown pass on the game’s final play.Columbia at Cornell, 1 p.m. SaturdayIn a battle of Ivy League basement-dwellers, Cornell (0-8, 0-5 Ivy) travels to Ithaca to take on the Lions (2-6, 1-4 Ivy). Both teams close their seasons the following week, leaving the Big Red just two more opportunities to capture its first victory of the season. In 2014, it was Columbia finishing 0-10 on the year, while Cornell went 1-9. Comments Published on November 12, 2015 at 10:00 pm Contact Brett: blsamuel@syr.edu | @Brett_Samuels27last_img read more


Hope and fear in the Syracuse Final Four fan bus as long drive nears end


first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 2, 2016 at 10:30 am Contact Sam: sjfortie@syr.edu | @Sam4TR MALVERN, Ark. — Five students started to run across the five-lane highway and stopped several times. The lights whizzed by, just far enough apart to entice a runner but not far enough to squash someone imagining a real-life Frogger that might put a damper on the road trip.It’d been 24 hours since the crew had walked from the Jabberwocky Café to the bus and while most students said they were handling it well, the final stretch dragged.Once the students reached the promised land, the lit up yellow-and-black Waffle House offering college kid-affordable manna, a surprised crew of three cooks wanted to know how a group of orange-clad New York students found themselves in southern Arkansas on a Friday night.“But what if you lose?” a female customer asked once the explanation finished.She was a University of Arkansas-Little Rock alumna and knew about rude awakenings from March Madness dreams. The 12th-seeded UALR Trojans had upset No. 5 Purdue on the opening Thursday of the NCAA Tournament but was eliminated by Saturday.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIt’s been an uncomfortable thought throughout the bus ride; one that most people haven’t liked to consider. It is entirely possible that the Syracuse fans may spend more time driving to the game than in Houston itself. Kenpom.com, one of college basketball’s best advanced analytics sites, gives SU a 26-percent chance to pull the upset. Public perception may be even less favorable.Expected touchdown in Houston is 4 a.m. on Saturday. Should Syracuse lose on Saturday night, the bus will depart from the hotel at 9 a.m. Sunday, meaning a 34-hour, one-way bus ride yielded 29 hours in Texas.“I don’t care (about the risk),” said sophomore Jordan Spector, an information management and technology major. “The journey’s all worth it even though if it’s one and done. To go root for your team on national TV with 70,000 people in the stadium? It’s all worth it to me.”The prevailing thought among fans is that they’ve heard this before. Syracuse wasn’t supposed to make the Tournament, but did. The Orange wasn’t supposed to beat Dayton, but did. You know how it goes, all the way down to the upset of No. 1 seed Virginia. So why should they start listening to “experts” now?The way junior Steven Lisowski sees it, he’s hedging his bets. If the Orange keeps rewriting history and becomes the first-ever double-digit seed to win a Final Four game, he’s on hand for one of college basketball’s greatest moments. If not, he sat on a bus for a while. But it was a free bus. The opportunity outweighs the cost.“This is a huge gamble,” said Lisowski’s friend and fellow civil engineering major, Lucian Earle. “Getting blown-out (by North Carolina) would be the worst-case scenario. But the national championship would be amazing. Either way, under the seat we have a liter of Jack and some Jäger.”Both went to Chuck’s and Castle Court when SU made the Final Four, and said they had fun, but that nothing could beat being in the stadium.It’s similar to how Michelle Sagan felt. The senior remembered freshman year, when she chose not to hop on the Otto’s Army bus to Atlanta when Michael Carter-Williams and James Southerland led the Orange into the 2013 Final Four. Though SU lost its first game, she knew then that, if she got another chance, she had to go.“A lot of seniors probably didn’t want to come because they wanted to be on campus, and I get that,” Sagan said. “But how could you miss this chance?”Earle, said he’s missing plenty — three classes already and probably a dozen more if SU wins. If that happens, the bus isn’t expected back on campus until early Wednesday morning.“It’s going to take me a month to catch back up so this better be worth it. We just can’t lose,” Earle said. He briefly stopped eating his sandwich, pausing to look up and consider.“Yeah, we just really can’t (lose) after this long drive.” Commentslast_img read more