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Metro Sport ReporterSunday 21 Jun 2020 11:48 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.1kShares Comment Jurgen Klopp reveals how he reacted to Manchester City’s victory over Arsenal Advertisement Jurgen Klopp’s side are preparing to face Merseyside rivals Everton this weekend (Picture: Getty)Jurgen Klopp says Manchester City’s victory over Arsenal highlighted the current strength of Liverpool’s Premier League rivals and proved to him that it will be a near-impossible task emulating the same level of dominance that Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United side enjoyed.Goals from Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden secured a comprehensive 3-0 win for City at an empty Etihad on Wednesday night but Pep Guardiola’s champions are still 22 points adrift of leaders Liverpool. While the Reds look certain to end their painful 30-year wait for the title, Klopp is remaining grounded about the situation and has been quick to rubbish any comparisons to some of the great English teams of the past. City swept Arsenal aside at the Etihad in their first game back (Picture: Getty)The German predicts the likes of City, United and Chelsea will all be ready to provide stiff competition next season, with the Premier League stronger than it ever has been among the top teams.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘I don’t think it is possible to dominate anymore, to be honest,’ the Liverpool head coach said ahead of this weekend’s Merseyside derby.‘United had a pretty good combination, with an exceptional manager with a super eye for players and fantastic timing for how long you need a player in the team.‘The replacements he [Ferguson] got were always exceptional — and there was the money, too. The combination for United was really good. We must have done something right, obviously, until now. But we have to do these things — and probably even more — to stay successful.‘And believe me, the others will not stop. United will strike back and Chelsea are on the front foot in the transfer market while no-one else has done anything because the times are so uncertain.‘And when I saw Manchester City beat Arsenal, I asked how is it possible we have 22 more points than them?’ Ancelotti’s side play host to Liverpool at Goodison Park on Sunday evening (Picture: Getty)Liverpool will be confident of extending their lead over City with a victory over bitter rivals Everton on Sunday but Carlo Ancelotti insists his side are 100 per cent focussed for the clash. ‘We know that on Sunday we are going to play a very important game, so now we can say we have a 100 per cent focus,’ the Everton manager said. ‘The players improved their aerobic conditions a lot since we started to have open training on the full pitch and in the past ten days made a lot of progress.’More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errorsOn Everton choosing to train at Goodison Park ahead of the match, Ancelotti said: ‘It was organised to give the players the feeling of being at Goodison Park without the crowd. To check the pitch, with the new grass.‘It was a good training session and the intensity of the game was good. ‘We have to improve but we are using this week to do that and prepare the team as best as possible.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Jens Lehmann and Ter Stegen send messages to Bernd Leno after Arsenal’s defeat at BrightonMORE: Wayne Rooney gives Liverpool transfer advice after Timo Werner deal falls through Advertisement
Monaco-based LNG shipper GasLog has secured $1.05 billion through a credit facility agreed with twelve international banks for its current newbuilding program. The newbuild facility covers the balance due to the shipyard on delivery and consequently, the final installments of the seven newbuildings are fully funded, GasLog said in its statement.Five of these seven newbuildings are scheduled to deliver from the yards into firm multi-year charters in 2020 and the remaining two into firm multi-year charters in 2021.The facility is backed by the Export Import Bank of Korea (KEXIM) and the Korea Trade Insurance Corporation (K-Sure), who are either directly lending or providing cover for over 60 percent of the facility.GasLog also said that it has amended the covenants on its existing bank facilities to align them with the terms of the newbuild facility and the recently concluded GasLog Warsaw facility, resulting in significant improvements to the financial and non-financial covenants across all bank debt at both GasLog and GasLog Partners.In addition, GasLog has called the remaining NOK434 million ($50 million) of its 2021 NOK bond. The bond call will be settled in January 2020 with proceeds from its 2024 NOK 900 million bond issued November 2019, the covenants of which are aligned with its bank facilities.
Anthony L. Scheidler, 95, of Millhousen, died November 15, 2017, at his home. He was the son of Paul C. and Clara (Herbert) Scheidler, born November 13, 1922, near Millhousen, and was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church at Millhousen. Anthony was a farmer most of his life, and also had worked as a brick masonfor Bruns-Gutzwiller Construction. He served his country in the Army as a guard patrolman during the Japanese occupation. As an eighth grader, he participated in the National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., finishing fourth. Anthony was a baseball fan, and from many accounts, was a very good player. It was a regret that he never playedin the major leagues. He was fortunate to meet Ted Williams, probably his favorite player, when Ted played in an exhibition game in Indianapolis. He played the fiddle at barn dances with his brother and sister, Maurice and (Martha) Sr. Janice.Anthony married Rosemary Wenning on August 19, 1953, in Greensburg, and she survives. He is also survived by 5 sons: Michael (Dr. Sharon Calhoon), Greentown, IN,Daniel (Anita), Greensburg, Patrick (Tina), Fortville, IN, Dale, Muncie, IN, and James (Jeanine), Westport; and 4 daughters: Ann Hermesch, Osgood, Martha (Dr. Michael) Craig, Lima, OH, Karen (Kent) Hewitt, Aiken, SC, and Julia (Tom) Bleck, Grand Blanc, MI; 18 grandchildren, 2 step-granddaughters, and 3 great-granddaughters. He is also survived by one sister, Sister Janice Scheidler, OSF, Oldenburg.He was preceded in death by his parents, one sister, Sister Jonette Scheidler, and 4 brothers, Norbert, Urban, Paul, and Maurice, a son-in-law, Doug Hermesch, one grandson, Douglas Michael Hermesch.The Mass of Christian Burial will be at Immaculate Conception Church inMillhousen on Saturday, November 18, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. with Father Bill Turner officiating, with burial following in the church cemetery. Visitation will be atthe church on Saturday from 9 to 10:00 a.m., a Rosarybeing prayed at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to Immaculate Conception Building Fund or Cemetery Fund, the Millhousen Volunteer Fire Department, or to the Our Hospice of South Central Indiana.Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com
The Batesville High School wrestling team spent their morning at East Central for the EC Super 6-way. The Bulldogs battled once again with many wrestlers out with injuries going 0-5 as a team.Despite losing all duals Batesville did have some individual success against tough competition. JT Linkel had the best record of the day going 4-1 losing his first match to East Central but bounces back with 4 straight pins. Jonah Chase also had a winning record going 3-2 getting 1 pin on the day. Axel Garcia, Abram Garcia, and Tyler Schaefer all went 2-3 each getting 1 pin. Jacob Weigel and Malakai Kirby wThe Batesville High School wrestling team spent their morning at East Central for the EC Super 6-way. The Bulldogs battled once again with many wrestlers out with injuries going 0-5 as a team.Despite losing all duals Batesville did have some individual success against tough competition. JT Linkel had the best record of the day going 4-1 losing his first match to East Central but bounces back with 4 straight pins. Jonah Chase also had a winning record going 3-2 getting 1 pin on the day. Axel Garcia, Abram Garcia, and Tyler Schaefer all went 2-3 each getting 1 pin. Jacob Weigel and Malakai Kirby went 1-4. Also wrestling Varsity on the day is was Nick Nobbe.Batesville will next travel to Connersville for the Spartan Classic.Team ScoresBatesville 9 – East Central 68Batesville 24- Cambridge-City Lincoln 50Batesville 18 – Columbus North 54Batesville 24 – Rushville 60Batesville 10 – Lawrenceburg 68Winning recordsJT Linkel 138 4-1Jonah Chase 132 3-2Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Curtis Miller.
Loading… “For me it wasn’t a foul from Kovacic,” he said. “And there were a lot of things that were ongoing. read also:Lampard to develop his own tactical identity for Chelsea “And on the bench, I’ve got no problem with Jurgen Klopp; he’s managed this team and it’s fantastic. [But] some of the bench, there’s a fine line between when you’re winning — and they’ve won the league, fair play to Liverpool Football Club — but also don’t get too arrogant with it. “That was my thing. But done. That’s it. In match play you get emotional, and that was it.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard, has sent a warning to Liverpool after Wednesday’s eight-goal thriller at Anfield. The Reds won 5-3 on a special night in which they lifted the Premier League trophy for the first time in 30 years. Lampard exchanged words with Liverpool’s bench after Trent Alexander-Arnold made it 2-0 with a terrific free-kick. And the Englishman says his counterparts shouldn’t get ‘arrogant’ about their title victory.Advertisement Promoted Content8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without RechargingWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World
SOUTHWEST HARBOR — The season between winter and spring is known as the unlocking and the thaw will continue as basketball action heats up on Mount Desert Island with the 16th Annual Great Harbor Shootout (GHSO) this weekend.Once again the event has a record number of entrants with 70 teams slated to pound the boards at five venues across the island. The tournament will feature two divisions of high school boys, one playing at the Mount Desert Elementary School and the other at the MDI YMCA in Bar Harbor. There also will be two divisions of high school girls, one playing at Trenton Elementary School and the other at the Pemetic School in Southwest Harbor. The junior high boys’ and girls’ divisions both will play their games on two courts at MDI High School. This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textPlay will begin at 4 p.m. tomorrow for the junior high boys and an hour later for all other divisions. Championship games, all at the Mount Desert Elementary School, will be played on Sunday afternoon and evening. The junior high girls will kick things off at 3 p.m. Follwoing will be the junior high boys at 4:10 p.m., the high school girls at 5:20 p.m. and the high school boys at 6:30 p.m. For complete story, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Bio Latest Posts Latest posts by admin (see all) State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 admin House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014
Published on October 5, 2012 at 1:55 am Contact Josh: email@example.com Facebook Twitter Google+ Head coach Phil Wheddon shook his head and gritted his teeth. He asked the official how he could have missed an obvious foul. He told his Syracuse players they were “unlucky” for the through balls that went a bit too far.Jackie Firenze shook her head, showing her disappointment after a few misplaced passes. Jenna Rickan hit the crossbar. Firenze hit a post as well.A frustrating night ended in relief for the Orange (8-4-2, 5-1-1 Big East) as the team defeated Pittsburgh 2-0 in front of 338 at SU Soccer Stadium. Freshmen Erin Simon and Firenze scored for the Orange in support of goalkeeper Brittany Anghel’s fourth shutout of the season. SU’s offense outshot the Panthers 22-5 and won the possession battle but looked tired and irritated during the game.“I actually said to the fourth official, ‘this is one of those games where you outshoot the opponent and they come away with a one-nil victory because you mess up at the back,’” Wheddon said.Syracuse earned its eighth victory of the season with three games to play, surpassing its total of seven in 2011.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“That’s massive,” Wheddon said. “…We haven’t been able to put together three or four consistent performances at home and I think we’ve done that and I’m really pleased.”But Thursday night’s victory wasn’t flawless.Rickan’s shot off the crossbar came twenty minutes into the match, as the SU team peppered Panthers goalkeeper Nicole D’agostino with shots from beyond the 18-yard box. Wheddon and the team noticed the Panthers defense dropping its back four every time the Orange gained possession.Syracuse had time to create and shoot. Rosina Callisto took several shot attempts from far out, but they all sailed either wide or high above the cage.“I thought our shooting was actually pretty poor,” Wheddon said. “We had what, 20 shots? Very few were on target. You wouldn’t think that we worked on finishing all week. I’m glad we put two away in the second half, but honestly it could have been more.”Callisto agreed.“There was a lot of space, so we tried to take the shots that we saw,” she said. “Unfortunately we were forcing it a little bit too much. So as the course of the game went on we started to connect more up top and it ended up resulting in two goals.”Going into halftime, SU had 14 shots compared to just three for Pitt.It wasn’t until the 77th minute that Simon finally broke through. After a controversial no-call on Pitt, Callisto fired another long-distance shot. A rebound bounced to Simon, whose shot edged the crossbar and bounced downwards into the net.“Erin is one of those players that’s a nightmare to play against,” Wheddon said. “She’s just like one of those energizer bunnies that doesn’t stop running, doesn’t stop moving and hustling.”Wheddon stuck with Firenze even though, as he said, she struggled with connecting passes. The move paid off as the midfielder scored on a chip shot with just over five minutes remaining, sealing the victory for the Orange.“Performance wasn’t so great from me tonight, but I am happy that I finished with a goal and that’s a good thing for the team,” Firenze said.Though Firenze and SU certainly didn’t play their best soccer, the final result is all that matters for a program on the rise.“I know that this is a team that’s going to work through no matter what, and that’s shown,” Firenze said. “Once we start winning we don’t give up, and I think that quality of our team is going to help us really go far.” Comments
USC recently opened its first office in New York City, hoping to enhance the university’s presence on the East Coast and attract more donations.“The New York office is responsible for creating a more visible presence for USC in New York and throughout the northeast region, and establishing support, including philanthropic support, for the university’s strategic goals and objectives,” Albert Checcio, senior vice president of university advancement, and Courtney Surls, vice president for development of university advancement wrote in an email.The office will handle general issues regarding USC and its East Coast presence, spanning from alumni relations to student affairs.Receiving philanthropic support from USC alumni has become a priority for the university, and this office was created largely to help achieve their fundraising goals, Checcio and Surls wrote.“We have two primary responsibilities in the New York office. One is to assess the broader regional needs to build the visibility of the university and make recommendations to that end,” said Maria Watson, the new executive director of the New York office. “The second is to leverage significant philanthropic support from individuals for the future initiatives of USC.”The university hopes these donations will assist students in the long-run.“The new resources will positively impact and improve almost every aspect of campus life — from more scholarships for students, to new buildings and facilities, and to recruitment of leading faculty and researchers,” Checcio and Surls wrote.Currently, the office is fairly small, with a staff of three.As USC’s first office in New York City, the new regional office has been charged with making USC’s presence prominent in the northeast.“The Trojan Family is quite strong in New York City,” Watson said. “There are 4,000 alumni and potential donors that live or work in New York City alone, and there are approximately 16,000 alumni who live in the northeast. This office will be working to engage that group of people,” Watson said.Students are generally excited by the opportunities presented by the new office.“I will most likely go to New York after college to work, so it’s good that they’ve opened this office [so I can] maintain this connection to the school,” said Adam Nusbaum, a freshman majoring in business administration.USC has comparable offices in Washington, D.C. and Sacramento, as well as around the globe, in countries including China, Japan, India and Mexico. The university is also planning to open a San Francisco office later this year, according to Checcio and Surls.Since its opening, the office has invited the USC Alumni Club of New York’s board to its office for a gathering. Additionally, a series of events to commemorate the opening is planned for the coming months, according to Watson.Checcio and Surls were not willing to comment about the cost of the new office.