MAURICIO POCHETTINO has denied he will quit Tottenham this weekend.Reports on social media and in some sections of the mainstream media claimed the Spurs boss would resign after his team’s North London derby at Arsenal.2 Mauricio Pochettino has laughed off rumours he is set to quit as Spurs bossCredit: EPABut Poch, speaking at his pre-match press conference this afternoon, says the only place he is going next week is on a trip abroad before returning to the club to meet chairman Daniel Levy.That will be a relief to Spurs fans who feared their manager was heading for exit.One bookmaker even stopped taking bets on Pochettino quitting the club.But the Argentinian, speaking at his pre-match Press conference this afternoon, said: “What I can say about it is that is stupidity and rumour.”I have worked here for five years and now we are working Pochettino 6.0.“Social media has created this problem But I’m not going to walk away after London derby.Latest Tottenham NewsHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’KAN’T HAVE THATVictor Osimhen keen on Spurs move but only if they sell Kane this summer2″I am going to be here on Monday.“I am then going away and coming back on Friday to meet Daniel.”I will then watch some international games at weekend before coming back on Monday to prepare for our next match the following weekend.”Mauricio Pochettino explains his idea of managers competing against other managers in the Premier League
Maintaining the second spot with 15 points with Lae Welgris United followed closely behind with 14 points Madang FC must win this game this weekend against rivals Lae Welgris to maintain their lead.Madang FC Patron and Governor Jim Kas while hosting the teams get together after the weekend home game against Goroka Goshia FC, assured the boys he will be there with them in Lae to cheer them on and urgec them to stay focussed and win this game.“It is a must-win game and I want all of you to stay focussed, give your best on the training field and grasp what is given by coaches to go up against Welgris,” Kas said.Madang FC Board comprises of Governor Jim Kas as Patron, Chairman is Deputy Provincial Administrator Paul Ito, Managing Director of Sigma Construction Sigfred Beche as Deputy Chairman responsible for home games grounds, Burnie Meten Principle Lawyer, Meten Lawyers as legal advisor, Collin Mileng Telikom Momase Regional Networking Manager as Treasurer, with other board members including Adolf Duanga Deputy Provincial Administrator Corporate and Government Affairs, Madang Chamber of Commerce President Kevin Murray, Lukae Mano and Freda Pomat.Board Member Duanga who is in charge of MFC Administration wants nothing more than a win this weekend to keeps the fire burning.Duanga yesterday, during the boys training urged them to aim high and win this weekends game against Lae Welgris before coming back for the last home game against Lae City Dwellers.Duanga says the board members stand together with the management and fans to support the boys and will not let them down.Meanwhile Madang FC coach Bob Morris with his assistant Amos Romo said the mistakes of the last weekend game against Goroka FC have been worked on during the training season this week.He said this weekends game will be a tough one but he is ready to put a strong team to challenge Welgris United who are one point behind them.Morris said he will announce the team tomorrow before travelling to Lae and are looking forward to the game against Lae Welgris.He said he will be calling on captain Max Sengum and his assistant Vanya Malagian to lead the boys with Felix Komolong and Langarap Samol provide good leadership in the backline.However, Morris said the boys know what is expected of them and will play to their best.He said the boys will leave for Lae tomorrow and will prepare for the game on Saturday.
Garbiñe completely adopted the plan established in the earlier matches, with a very excessive depth from the starting to overwhelm his rival. For those who add effectiveness to your forcefulness, Muguruza is unstoppable. That’s the reason he gained two grand slams and was primary in the world. The one in Caracas barely suffered along with his service and bothered all of his rival. The prize got here in the fifth recreation, when He received the break on his second break probability. Consolidated the benefit, he managed one other break to end the first set at vertigo pace: 6-2 in 31 minutes.Regardless of the large recreation distinction seen on the monitor, Garbiñe received snarled in the second set. The Hispanic-Venezuelan granted two breaks consecutively earlier than a Yastremska that grew from the backside of the monitor, whereas she raised her fee of unforced errors. Regardless of the doubts, Muguruza appeared at key moments, those that determine matches. He received the remaining break in the ninth recreation and ended the duel along with his subsequent service. In the tangible, the pupil of Conchita Martínez he returned to current an excellent record of statistics: 83% of factors performed with first service, 56% of transformed breaks and the greatest, zero double faults (by eight of his rival). With this triumph, Muguruza already provides 16 in the present season for the 22 he received in the final course. As well as, that is the fifth time he reaches the quarterfinals in 2020. Absolutely Barty has already taken word of it … Garbiñe Muguruza It’s intractable. He confirmed it another day in the Doha event by beating the Ukrainian in the spherical of 16 Dayana Yastremska by a rating of 6-2 and 6-4. The duel, because it occurred in the final spherical towards Tomljanovic, lasted simply 72 minutes, which is a assure for the Hispanic-Venezuelan when dealing with his subsequent impediment with full power since Ashleigh Barty is ready for you (2-1 for the Australian in the face to face), no 1 of the WTA rating. “I feel she has lots of expertise, and she will keep in that place for a very long time. It’s nice for me to find a way to play towards her, I’m excited, it’s going to be an excellent recreation, of the ones I’m searching for,” mentioned Muguruza.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s “beloved son,” Robert Sirleaf, remains undecided as to whether he will contest the senatorial race despite receiving a petition to stand in the ensuing election.The National Elections Commission (NEC) is to hold Liberia’s first ever, Special Senatorial Election since the coming into force of the 1986 Constitution.The NEC has set the polling date for the second Tuesday in October of this year (2014).Mr. Sirleaf received a petition Monday in Monrovia to stand in October’s poll as a candidate for Montserrado County.The petitioners, under the banner of the Montserrado Redemption Squad. headed by Lasanna Fofana, said they believed that the President’s Special Advisor has the ability to deliver in the areas of education, youth empowerment, and community development, which he said “Montserrado County is desperately in need of at the moment.”Reading the petition at the Clara Town football field, Fofana indicated that community development programs initiated by the President’s son were the determining factor in their choice of the former National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) board chair.“Petitioning him for the senate is a gateway to the long term development agenda of the country,” Fofana said.Receiving the petition, Robert Sirleaf described it as a level of responsibility presented to him by the petitioners that needs to be treated with caution.“I have not made a final decision on this but I will take it to bed tonight and ask God. I believed this petition is about nine years of adequate representation of the people. I know tomorrow will be better,” Robert asserted.He noted that positive approach to things remains his hallmark. He encouraged his petitioners to remain proactive and positive in addressing issues in the country.Though undecided, Monday’s petitioning program confirms the prospect of his entering the senatorial race, which will in turn test his popularity should he intend to succeed his mother in the near future.If Robert should win the senatorial seat, political commentators pointed out; “His mother will certainly tutor him to serve as her successor to run the affairs of the state in order to keep a strong grip on power.”Mr. Sirleaf has no political party at the moment. This means he will file his papers to Electoral body as an independent candidate. Hee is competing for the Montserrado Senate seat against soccer icon George M. Weah of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), Liberty Party’s Benjamin Sanvee and the candidate fielded by his mother own Unity Party, Alue Silla.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Following a week of reprieve from enraged Senators of the 53rd Legislature, embattled Health and Social Welfare Minister Dr. Walter Gwenigale is expected to face the Senate plenary today with his lawyer, to show reason why he should not be held in contempt by the Senate.The Senate’s decision last Tuesday to hold Dr. Gwenigale in contempt, came in a report by the Senate Committee on Health, submitted to plenary on October 15, 2014 in which he (Dr. Gwenigale) is allegedly accusing the Liberian Senate of being supportive of the strike action by health workers.The health workers were threatening for the third time in one year to go on strike, in demand for the reinstatement of their dismissed president Joseph Tamba, and secretary general George Williams.The Senate Committee on Health was meeting with Minister Gwenigale to enquire why he had refused to reinstate the two leaders.The Health Minister’s outbursts during the meeting with the committee on Health, headed by Senator Peter Coleman as contained in the report to plenary, did not go down well with the lawmakers, who immediately ordered the Secretary of the Senate to write and invite Minister Gwenigale to face the Senate plenary.However, after receiving the citation and waiting in the Senate Cafeteria for the most part of the day, Dr. Gwenigale was finally summoned in the Chambers and informed that he was before the Senate to answer contempt charges, and reminded him that he was entitled to a lawyer if he so desired. His appearance was then postponed to afford him the chance to face the Senators along with his lawyer.But to the amazement of the lawmakers and the dozens that gathered in the Senate gallery to witness Dr. Gwenigale’s appearance, the Senate Secretary read a communication from the embattled Minister, informing the Senators his inability to appear, citing poor health.In that communication to the Senate plenary dated October 17, 2014, Dr. Gwenigale said he was unable to appear as requested by the Honorable House of the Senate due to health reasons which could also not permit him to travel along with the President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf during her recent trip to Lofa County.“After my appearance before the Senate last Thursday, my blood pressure went up, and it is still up with mild headache. Appearing before you again tomorrow will further increase my pressure.Dr. Gwenigale’s letter continued: “I kindly request that you reschedule my reappearance to a time when my health condition has improved. I thank you for your understanding and cooperation…” After hours of debating the Doctor’s communication, a motion was proffered by Sinoe County Senator Nyenpan requesting that the communication from Dr. Gwenigale be received by the Liberian Senate, and that his request be granted to the effect that he appeared before the Senate on Tuesday (October 28, 2014), and that he brings along medical certificate indicating his state of health during the period of his illness.An authoritative source within the leadership of the Senate informed this newspaper yesterday that Dr. Gwenigale will make his long-awaited appearance before the plenary today.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
In two separate incidents, two vehicles went up in flames on Wednesday morning at High Street and Sheriff Street, Georgetown respectively.The car on fire at High Street, GeorgetownReports are the first fire occurred at High Street and Brickdam where passers-by saw a man stopping his vehicle and thick smoke which emanated from the bonnet transformed into an uncontrollable fire.The vehicle, bearing registration number PJJ 5656, was badly damaged. When Guyana Times arrived on the scene, the driver could not say what may have caused the fire. He could only said that he was at the Stabroek Market and noticed smoke rapidly escaping from the car.The Guyana Fire Service was subsequently called, and the situation was brought under control. No one was injured.Firefighters inspecting the car after the flames were put outMinutes later at Sheriff Street, Georgetown, a similar scenario unfolded when a minibus contracted to the Guyana Power and Light (GPL) erupted into flames.According to information received, the minibus was crossing David Street, heading in the direction of the Rupert Craig Highway when the driver, Tameshwar Mullin, noticed smoke coming from under his seat. After parking and exiting the vehicle, he lifted the seat and saw the flames.Efforts to save the minibus proved futile, but fire-fighters from the Guyana Fire Service arrived shortly after and doused the fire.
Club Notes – Naomh Adhamhnáin – 13.08.12There are no games scheduled for the adult football teams this weekend with the Donegal v Cork All-Ireland semi-final looming in Croke Park on Sunday week. Anyone that wants to order tickets must place their order with Charlie McAteer (087-2668633) before 5pm this Wednesday (August 15th).The U21’s had a good win over MacCumhaills in the championship in a close game. They will meet the winners of the Killybegs v Kilcar game in the quarter-finals. The Minor boys met Urris in their Northern Championship quarter-final 2nd leg in the Park on Tuesday evening. After a very narrow win in the 1st leg, a tough game is anticipated. See next week’s notes for details of the result. They are also awaiting a League semi-final fixture against Aodh Rua.The U14 Div. 1 boys take on Buncrana in the Northern Championship Final this Friday, August 17th in Convoy. Throw-in is currently listed for 7:30pm.Well done to Conor Morrison, Michael Miller, Davis Tyrell and Conal O’Boyle who were members of Donegal’s Buncrana Cup winning team.GAA President, Liam O’Neill will visit O’Donnell Park next Monday, August 20th at 2pm as the Club Launches the Peace III Coaching Initiative. The club will also be making a special announcement in conjunction with all National Schools in the greater Letterkenny area about an exciting upcoming Fundraiser. Anyone that wants to come along is welcome to attend. The U16 Hurlers lost at home to Aodh Rua despite a spirited display throughout. They play at home this Thursday against Buncrana.The U12 Hurlers had a good win away to Aodh Rua last Thursday. They have a game this Thursday. Details at training.The Friday evening Hurling & Camogie Academy returns this Friday, August 17th at 6:30pm.The Sunday Morning Football Academy also returns this week (August 19th) at 11am. It will not be on the day of Donegal’s semi-final v Cork to allow people to travel to the match.Money is now being collected for the Club Ties for those still to pay. If you ordered one and still haven’t got it, contact Paul McGovern on 086-8114151 to arrange collection. There are still a limited number available for anyone that wants to get their hands on one. There was no Jackpot winner in this week’s Lotto Draw. 2 winners matched 3 numbers and win €50 each. Laura Neilson, Boxtree Apts. and Patricia Nulty, Calhame (both Adrian). The numbers drawn were 3-19-23-24.GAA NEWS: ST EUNAN’S CLUB NOTES was last modified: August 14th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:GAA NEWS: ST EUNAN’S CLUB NOTES
MORE results from the County Cross Country Championships at Castlefinn.Under 12s results: ATHLETICS: COUNTY CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS – UNDER 12s was last modified: October 8th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:ATHLETICS: COUNTY CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS – UNDER 12s
Donegal fell to their third defeat in a row when they were beaten by Derry in the McKenna Cup.The Tir Conaill men were already out of the reckoning after defeats by UUJ and Cavan but wanted to salvage some pride coming into this game.In what was an overall sloppy game Donegal at MacCumhaill Park, the home side never got into their stride and eventually were beaten by two points on a scoreline of 0-9 to 1-8. Donegal only scored two points in the second half which will be of concern to Jim McGuinness albeit without powerhouse and captain Michael Murphy.Colm Finnegan got 1-3 for Derry but Donegal never had a similar player to snatch the scores.McGuinness tried a number of players and will be happy that he has had the opportunity to do so.However going into the National Football League in two weeks time against Down, the Donegal team should have a very different look to it. DONEGAL FALL TO THIRD DEFEAT IN DR MCKENNA CUP was last modified: January 18th, 2012 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)
FROM RUAIRI WARD: Me and my Bro Shane, alog with our teddies Jinks and Andy thought old lizzy out on Mounts Bay Road in Perth Australia, looked a bit chilly so we added a bit of Donegal Chic to her sping summer Collection. C’MON DONEGAL, YOU CAN DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!THE countdown is nearly over – and you, our wonderful readers, have been getting behind Donegal to give the boys one last push towards All-Ireland glory.Win or lose, Jim McGuinness, Rory Gallagher and their team have given us all an awesome summer.We are proud of you lads. And so are Donegal fans around the globe. So Michael, Colm, Rory and the rest – here’s messages from Donegal Daily readers to you.Do your best.(We’ll have more pictures later!)Muinteoir Frank McGlynn getting a good send off from the pupils of Strath Mhor SchoolFrank McGlynn gets stuck into his ‘good luck’ cake!Kathleen Kidd tells us: “I’m a Donegal expat living in outback Queensland I’ve been coulour coding the pets. Good Luck boys.”Even Teddy is supporting Donegal in Kathleen’s Outback Gardenhi donegal Daily from all in Thailand. Up donegal in the shirt is Branden Mc Gowan saying” I wish I was bigger, I could play for donegal” regards Tony Mc gowan Chiang Rai ThailandJosephine Breslin writes: ‘Thanks Donegal Daily; Greetings to my son Michael ,Sile,and Joe,in Queensland who would love to be here for the match,from MamColaiste Cholmcille Ballyshannon First Year girls say: ‘Jimmy Win Another Match’Niamh Slevin and Hannah Heron, Colaiste Cholmcille, Ballyshannon, getting behind the Donegal teamFree Whiskey perform ‘Half Cut Sam’ for students at Colaiste CholmcilleRosie Ferry from Gweedore, Supporting Donegal…Firefighters of Ladder 4 in Boston show their support for Jim and the boys. Both men have ties with Malin & Ballybofey!Good luck to Jim and the boys – Bring Sam back to the Hills where it belongs. From Shane, Kelly, Louise & Martin in Brisbane, Australia.Best wishes to Donegal from All children at the Stars of the West Dance & Performance School in Bundoran,Ballyshannon & Donegal Town.Aiden Blake captaining St Jude’s giving Enda the Donegal flag today in Dublin ALL-IRELAND WEEKEND – YOUR PICTURES SUPPORTING DONEGAL was last modified: September 22nd, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:ALL-IRELAND WEEKEND – YOUR PICTURES SUPPORTING DONEGAL