9 days ago​Liverpool hero Hamann: I wanted to join Arsenal

first_img​Liverpool hero Hamann: I wanted to join Arsenalby Ansser Sadiq9 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool legend Dietmar Hamann has admitted that he wanted to join Arsenal instead of the Reds!The German defensive midfielder played over 200 games for the club in the early 2000s.But when he left Newcastle in 1999, Hamann has revealed that his first choice was to go to Arsenal under Arsene Wenger.It is understandable, given the Gunners were competing for Premier League titles in those years.However, Hamann told The Athletic that he never got any serious interest from Arsenal, which meant that Liverpool was his best option for a step up from Newcastle.He signed for the club in an £8 million deal under Gerard Houiller and became a mainstay in the team for the next seven years. About the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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Ohio State field hockey falls short in opening Labor Day weekend

Then-sophomore forward Peanut Johnson (3) advances the ball during a game against Indiana Oct. 26 at Buckeye Varsity Field. OSU lost, 6-5.Lantern file photoOhio State field hockey opened its 2014 campaign with a pair of tough losses against No. 5 Syracuse and unranked Albany.The Buckeyes hung tough with the Orange at home Friday, losing 3-2 in overtime following a fierce comeback. They couldn’t rebound Monday, however, as they were shutout, 4-0, on the road in Albany, N.Y.After trailing for most of the game Friday, the Buckeyes scored two goals within nine minutes to force overtime against the Orange. Syracuse junior forward Emma Russell then sealed the game with a shot from close range off a rebound in overtime.OSU appeared outmatched early, but managed to fight back late behind its veteran leadership.“I think the first half was our eye-opener,” senior midfielder Kaitlyn Wagner said. “But we’re a young team and realized we were getting bullied around.”The Buckeyes struggled to move the ball into scoring position in the first half when they were outshot 17-2 in the first 35 minutes of play.The majority of the action was played on OSU’s side of the field, but freshman goalkeeper Liz Tamburro kept her team alive in her debut, recording five first half saves, which allowed her teammates to strike back late.“She made some incredible saves, and every time a goalie makes a save like that, it gives the team a lot of confidence,” OSU coach Anne Wilkinson said. “As a freshman, that’s a lot to ask.”With 1:57 to play in the opening half, Tamburro’s shield finally cracked. Syracuse’s senior back Jordan Page broke free on the left side of the pitch and scored unassisted to give the Orange a 1-0 lead at halftime.Things changed in the second half when OSU went on the attack. Junior back Emma Royce said the team was determined to get to any ball in question during the second period.“We just decided that the 50-50 balls weren’t going to be 50-50 balls anymore,” Royce, a London native and team co-captain, said. “They were going to be our balls.”The Buckeyes trailed 2-0 after an early second half goal from Syracuse junior midfielder Alyssa Manley, but OSU countered quickly.Wagner scored on a penalty stroke after a Syracuse foul, and with more than 16 minutes to play, junior forward Peanut Johnson broke free and scored from seven yards out off a pass from freshman forward Maddy Humphrey.Tamburro finished the game with 11 saves, tying with the seventh most in single game school history since 2001. The Orange outshot the Buckeyes 37-11 overall, and had a 13-3 advantage in penalty corners.“Going into Albany, we need to attack more and dictate the tempo,” Wilkinson said after the loss.But the Buckeyes had no such luck, allowing two first half goals from Albany sophomore midfielder Paula Heuser and senior midfielder Amy Nicklin.Heuser converted on her second goal of the game in the second half, and freshman midfielder Anna Bottino scored on a fast break to cap the 4-0 shutout.The Buckeyes will try to pick up their first win of the season Friday when they’re scheduled to take on Miami (Ohio) at Buckeye Varsity Field at 5 p.m. read more

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Baseball Ohio State returns home to face Cincinnati

Ohio State redshirt senior pitcher Thomas Waning (14) prepares to throw a pitch during the game against Hawaii on March 23. Ohio State won 7-5. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo EditorThe Ohio State baseball team will return to Bill Davis Stadium, the place where the Buckeyes have won seven of nine games in 2019, after beginning its Big Ten season against Rutgers on the road. On Wednesday, Cincinnati (10-16, 3-3 American Athletic) will take its struggling offense up against an Ohio State (16-12, 2-1 Big Ten) pitching staff that has been in a groove. The Bearcats are coming off a series loss to Tulane at home, in which Cincinnati was outscored 33-12 throughout the three-game series. Averaging 3.96 runs per game, the Bearcats have had trouble keeping up with opponents. The low run average can partially be explained by the team’s low batting average. Cincinnati has hit .227 as a team, with only one player hitting above .265. Cincinnati junior shortstop Joey Bellini leads the team with a .292 batting average. Bellini has started 17 games for the Bearcats, and is tied for sixth on the team with seven RBI. Cincinnati does not have the power to make up for its insufficient hitting. With only 11 home runs on the season, the Bearcats struggle to tally runs in quick fashion. The Bearcats do excel, however, in their ability to steal bases. With 48 stolen bags on the season, the Bearcats rank in the top 50 in the nation. Cincinnati redshirt junior center fielder Jeremy Johnson and junior second baseman Jace Mercer have combined for 25 stolen bases. Mercer also leads the team with 21 walks on the year. The Buckeyes have caught only seven of the 30 baserunners that have attempted stealing this season. Junior pitcher Jake Vance will likely receive the start Wednesday. Vance has allowed four steals on the season, the most of any Ohio State starter. Ohio State sophomore catcher Dillon Dingler has the arm to keep the Bearcats honest. The co-captain has thrown out 3 of 4 runners who have tried to steal on him. After allowing 15 runs in a loss to Hawaii, Ohio State has allowed only 12 runs in the past four games. In this same stretch, the pitchers have combined to strike out 40 batters. Cincinnati’s pitching has not been as successful, allowing 5.77 runs a game. Despite striking out more than eight batters a game, the Bearcats walk an average of 5.69 batters per contest.Ohio State will take on Cincinnati at 6:35 p.m. Wednesday at Bill Davis Stadium. read more

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Chelsea close to stunning double scoop for coach player

first_imgChelsea look set to pinch Napoli midfielder Jorginho from rivals Manchester City this summer, claims Gianluca Di MarzioWhile it has been City who were expected to sign the Italy international following long talks with Napoli since the end of last season, they have struggled to agree on a final transfer fee with the Serie A club.City boss Pep Guardiola had hoped to have Jorginho signed in time for the start of pre-season with the rest of the club’s non-World Cup players for this week, but it appears that he will now miss out on his top transfer target altogether.The Catalan coach has only ever been interested in signing new players completely committed to joining his club, which is why he elected to allow Alexis Sanchez to join City’s locals rivals Manchester United in January.Maurizio Sarri, JuventusMaurizio Sarri satisfied despite Juventus’ draw at Fiorentina Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Maurizio Sarri was satisfied with Juventus’ performance on Saturday afternoon after finishing a tough game at Fiorentina 0-0.In light of this, Chelsea have now leapfrogged City in the race for Jorginho and view him as the perfect compromise with Napoli.The Blues are hoping that by paying more for Jorginho, they can convince the Italian club to part with former head coach Maurizio Sarri after refusing to pay a huge compensation bill for his release from his contract.While City had only been willing to splash out on £45m for Jorginho, Chelsea are ready to spend up to £57m.last_img read more

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Liverpool fans taunt Gary Neville after Shaqiris debut goal

first_imgManchester United legend Gary Neville has hit back at Liverpool fans who mocked his criticism of new signing Xherdan Shaqiri.Sky Sports pundit, Neville, had previously labelled Shaqiri, who was part of the Stoke side that were relegated from the Premier League last season, as ‘unprofessional.’Shaqiri, making his first appearance in a Liverpool shirt, found the net with a superb bicycle kick as Jurgen Klopp’s side thrashed United 4-1 in a friendly in the United States.Many Liverpool fans took to Twitter to remind Neville of his comments, but the former United captain stuck to his initial viewpoint and wrote: ‘I hope you lot are going to message me every time you see him stood on the halfway line whilst your team are being attacked! Oh and he needs Ronaldinho playing with him’.I hope you lot are going to message me every time you see him stood on the halfway line whilst your team are being attacked ! Oh and he needs Ronaldinho playing with him ? https://t.co/s8C8E6PgNb— Gary Neville (@GNev2) July 29, 2018Forget the unofficial bit.Xherdan Shaqiri on his Liverpool debut has;• Silenced Gary Neville & Charlie Adam about “laziness” comments.harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…• Out muscled Eric Bailly, then a beautiful touch to assist Daniel Sturridge.• Finished off Man United by scoring a bicycle kick. #LFC pic.twitter.com/qA1MfbxxhZ— Anfield Effect™ (@AnfieldEffect) July 28, 2018Hope Gary Neville choked on his brothers dick as that Shaqiri goal rattled the net. The reds are coming up the hill….— AK (@kearnsyLFC) July 28, 2018Neville is evidently not fond of Shaqiri’s work rate. During the World Cup, where Shaqiri represented Switzerland, Neville said on ITV: ‘I’m not a fan of Shaqiri, to be honest with you.‘I think that was, to be fair, worse by the fact that he distanced himself from his team-mates as Stoke.‘They were unprofessional last season, Stoke. There’s no doubt, and he epitomized it.last_img read more

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Italian club bought with bitcoin

first_imgSerie C team Rimini is the first football squad in the world whose shares were bought with the cryptocurrencyItalian Serie C side Rimini is an old club with a lot of history, including being refounded three times.The newly-promoted side has made the news again, after being the first team in the world whose shares were bought with Bitcoin.The once-bankrupt club made the news on 2006 when they drew 1-1 against Juventus at Stadio Romeo Neri.Report: Juve loan out young midfielder Kastanos George Patchias – August 23, 2019 Grigoris Kastanos is the latest Juventus youth player to go out on loan.The Cypriot international midfielder arrived at Juventus at the age of 16…After that, the club has had many problems, with the board of directors just leaving the team to its fate.And now according to Football Italia, 25 percent of the club shares were bought by Heritage Sports Holding, using Bitcoin.The cryptocurrency has never been used to buy a football club before, and now the Serie C team can be on the history books again.Check out the following link: casinonutansvensklicens.comlast_img read more

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3 more plane crash survivors admitted at DMCH burn unit

first_imgPlane crash. File PhotoThree injured passengers of the crashed US-Bangla Airlines aircraft arrived in the city on Friday afternoon from Kathmandu, Nepal.Md Kamrul Islam, an official of US-Bangla Airlines, told UNB that the three injured passengers — Mehedi Hasan, Saiyada Kamrunnahar Shwarna and AlmunNahar Annie — arrived at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport by a flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines at 3:42pm. They are being taken to Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) from the airport, he added.Earlier on Thursday, Shahreen Ahmed, one of the injured passengers of the crashed aircraft, was brought back to Dhaka from Kathmandu. She was admitted to the burn and plastic surgery unit of Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH). She is now undergoing treatment at its ICU.US-Bangla Airlines flight BS211, which flew from Dhaka to Kathmandu carrying 67 passengers and four crew members, crashed at Tribhuvan International Airport in the capital of Nepal on Monday, leaving 49 people, including 26 Bangladeshis, dead.last_img read more

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Dixon Calls for Calm Ahead of First Freddie Gray Trial

first_imgSheila Dixon (Courtesy Photo)Sheila Dixon, candidate for mayor of Baltimore, on Nov. 24 called for calm ahead of the upcoming trial of William Porter.Porter is one of the six police officers facing numerous charges in the death of Freddie Gray earlier this year. His trial is set to begin ion Nov. 30 in front of Judge Barry Williams.“I know there is a lot of hurt and pain concerning the tragic death of Freddie Gray. I also know there is a lack of faith and distrust over the legal process, but it’s a process that must be allowed to play out in the court of law. I am asking all residents to be respectful of the trial that begins on November 30th, and if you feel the need to protest during the trial to do so respectfully and peacefully,” Dixon said in a statement. Dixon was previously the 48th mayor of Baltimore. (Freddie Gray Jury will be Anonymous, not Sequestered, page D2)last_img read more

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Taparia launches Steel Files

first_imgTaparia on Tuesday  launched a new product naming it Steel File. While launching the new file it issued certain guidelines for its customers. The gudelines said that, the file should be used with light pressure in the beginning, preferably on a surface which has been filed earlier.In case of clogging of file teeth, clean the teeth with a soft metal wire brush. Use the files for cutting in the forward stroke only. Filing jobs should be held rigidly. Also Read – Punjab & Sind Bank cuts MCLR by up to 20 basis pointsThe guidelines further said that, mostly all Saw Files are single cut and are used for sharpening and edging applications. eg. sharpening of saws where the work piece is hard, point of contact is less and finish is required.   For double cut it instructed that, double cut files need less effort for filing and also give good surface finish. Bastard Cut – For stock removal and coarse finish. Second Cut – For moderate stock removal and medium to coarse finish. Smooth Cut – For smooth surface finish. Rasp Cut – Special cut formation for rapid stock removal from surface or softer materials like wood or leather.     It also instructed that metal rod hinges for higher load bearing capacity. Latch type locks for firm locking.last_img read more

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Deal to set up toilets at 100 railway stations

first_imgKolkata: Eastern Railway signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Eastern Coal Fields and RITES Ltd for setting up toilets with all the modern facilities at 100 railway stations in the state.The toilets will come up at various stations under the jurisdiction of Eastern Railway. The deal was signed at the Fairlie Place on Tuesday between the senior officials of the Eastern Railways and their counterparts in the Eastern Coal Fields and RITES. One of the main purposes of the initiative is to provide an easier access to toilets at the station and adjoining areas. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataApart from the passengers travelling in trains, the other people who put up stalls at various railway stations and adjacent areas can also use the toilets. The Eastern Coal Fields Ltd will provide financial support as a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) while the RITES will play its part as an implementing agency. The Eastern Railways will provide land and other logistic support. Initially the passengers and others need not to pay any charge for using the toilets. After six months the Eastern Railway will take over the maintenance works of the toilets. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateSuch projects have already taken up in various parts of the country as a part of the Swachh Bharat campaign. Eastern Railway has been trying to involve every stakeholder of railways in the cleanliness drive. The setting up toilets in and around the stations will check the tendency of open defecation by some people. The total cost of the project will be around Rs 26 crore. Other than the modern facilities, all the toilets will have a sanitary napkin vending machine and a condom vending machine. People will be able to get napkins and condoms at these toilets but they have to pay the charge. These toilets will have different chambers for males, females and for those who are physically-challenged. “This is a part of the Swachh Bharat Mission initiated by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Eastern Railways have given a great stress on the cleanliness of stations and adjoining areas. “These toilets will have all the modern facilities apart from a napkin and condom vending machine,” additional general manager, Eastern Railway, SS Gehlot said.last_img read more

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Google must do more to help combat piracy in the

first_imgGoogle “must do more” to help combat piracy in the UK, according to a new report by British MP and intellectual property adviser to Prime Minister, Mike Weatherley.The conservative MP for Hove and Portslade said that as the main search provider in the UK, Google should take the lead in “setting responsible industry standards for search” in order to help cut down on online piracy – which is estimated to cost the music and film industries £400 million per year in lost revenue.Weatherley said Google has already incorporated some measures into its privacy policy, and praised the firm for engaging with the report.However, he notes that the IFPI, RIAA and the BPI have all “asserted a view that Google has failed to meet the commitments set out in its public announcement in August 2012 that it would demote sites in search listings if it receives a certain number of valid copyright notices.”last_img read more

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