Crystal Palace knock Tottenham out of FA Cup

first_imgTottenham Hotspur suffered their second defeat in English knockout football by a fellow London club in a matter of days as they lost 2-0 to Crystal Palace in the fourth round of the FA Cup on Sunday.Connor Wickham gave the Eagles, 29 points adrift of Spurs in the Premier League, a ninth-minute lead before a penalty by former Tottenham winger Andros Townsend made it 2-0.Spurs’ Kieran Trippier missed with a penalty before half-time as Tottenham suffered more spot-kick woe following Thursday’s shoot-out defeat by Chelsea in a League Cup semi-final.last_img read more

Sen. Micciche Presenting Survey Results at Wednesday Town Hall Meeting

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Senator Peter Micciche wants to hear state concerns from local residents and will host a town hall meeting tomorrow at the Kenai Peninsula College. Sen. Micciche: “Typically what I think is the healthiest about them is the Q & A interactions with my constituents.” Sen. Micciche conducted a survey of District O constituents regarding how Alaska should proceed with it’s current budget deficit earlier this year. He will be revealing the results of the survey which 700 local individuals participated in. Sen. Micciche: “Our Sustainable Budget Presentation, talk about some of the upcoming issues, one of them oil and gas tax credits, we’re going to talk about some of the bills that are in the queue, we’re going to talk about some of the issues but clearly the number one issue this year is going to be a sustainable budget going forward.”center_img He says Wednesday’s agenda for the community meeting includes… That town hall meeting, which will feature free pizza, will begin at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, December 2, in room 106 of the Ward Building.last_img read more

‘It’s a privilege to continue my journey with Bristol’ – Tovey

first_img “If we want to reach the end goal that has been set, this is the only way to do it, we need to keep striving to be better.” Jack Tovey Jack Tovey beats Chris Ashton to a high ball during last season’s Aviva Premiership clash at Allianz Park (JMP UK). “For me, other guys might be able to do different things to me, but if I do what I am good at as often as possible within a game, work as hard as I possibly can off the pitch, and not worry about what everyone else is doing, then I’ve only got myself to blame if it doesn’t work out.“Having had that chat with Pat before contract talks, about where he thinks I can develop, he still believes I’ve got plenty to offer, so hopefully with the rest of this season and another pre-season under him, that’s only going to help me moving forward.“Hopefully, come the start of next year, I can put myself in as good a place as possible to earn that starting spot.”While everything around him has undergone radical, and sometimes arduous, transformation, Tovey has remained a constant at Bristol – and very much to his credit – something he puts down to hard work, adaptation and evolution.“It’s been a long time. I like to think that I’m a likeable character, that I work hard, I don’t cause coaches too many issues, I think I’m quite diligent with my prep, I don’t feel like I’m a particularly high maintenance player, so from that aspect, that’s probably been a benefit to me.“I also think, having had different coaches over the years, when they tell you what they want from you, or how they want you to play, or how they want you to improve, it’s so important to actually work towards that and I feel like that’s something I’m very good at.” “I try and do what they tell me to do, and I’m coachable. When you work under so many coaches and experience so many changes in players, you see that the guys who have fallen afoul of that, are the ones who haven’t done it.“Another thing is, when you’re not playing or getting picked, you need to be training well and contributing, whereas if you’re not involved and being disruptive, all of a sudden, you’re not playing and not being considered.”With the club beginning a new era under Pat Lam, Tovey is now eyeing another crack at the Premiership with his first and only club, but knows there’s plenty of work to be done before that becomes a reality.“I think we’ve definitely learned from last season,” he says. “Having probably not been the best prepared, I still think we could have won a lot more games than we actually did.“So, I think, fingers crossed, if we do go up, we’ve had that year to learn from it and we can take a lot from it and push forward.“We know we’ve got a lot of hard work to do this season and we know how challenging this league is, but I’m looking forward to the future here at Bristol.” Tovey, who turned 27 nine days before Christmas, is now the club’s current longest serving player, and the former Colston’s School pupil admits both he and the club, have changed dramatically during his time in the hoops.“As somebody who grew up supporting the club, it’s a massive privilege to continue my journey with Bristol,” says Tovey.“I’m a different person now than when I first started at Bristol, and I’d like to think I’ve changed for the better.“It would be quite nice to start again, knowing what I know now, but I think I’m more mature and I’ve learnt a lot as the years have gone by.At the club, I think the change in personnel has been the strangest thing. In a weird way, it feels like the longer I’ve been here, the more professional it’s got.” “Maybe, it was a bit more of an old school feel when I started, but that’s definitely changed over the last few years and now we’re striving to be that top-level club.“If we want to reach the end goal that has been set, this is the only way to do it, we need to keep striving to be better.”That goes for Tovey himself, by his own admission, as he targets a consistent spot in Pat Lam’s first fifteen. The rangy and versatile back understands competition for places is at an all-time high, but insists the environment created by Lam and his coaching team leaves responsibility firmly in the hands of the individual.“With the way that we play, it’s quite simple – Pat is very big on knowing your role, knowing the system well, and doing your fundamentals well,” he says.“As long as you look after yourself and make sure you’re doing everything you possibly can, you can’t point the finger elsewhere.“I think when players start worrying about other people more than themselves, that’s when they lose sight of direction and what they need to get better at. Tovey touches down in the closing stages against Bath during the 2016/17 campaign (JMP UK).last_img read more

Media Watch – January 9th

first_imgAll the focus is on the Etihad and BBC Sport report that Pep Guardiola is preparing to name a strong team against Bristol City tonight. A special feature in the Guardian includes interviews with chief executive Mark Ashton and Academy manager Gary Probert.The Times go one step further by speaking to Steve Lansdown about his thinking behind Bristol Sport; the feature includes the thoughts of legend Scott Murray.The Independent speak to Gary Johnson about his son’s management career. BBC Sport also take an in-depth look into the City head coach’s time in the hot seat. Korey Smith – the hero against Manchester United – has been speaking to the Mirror, Daily Star and Sky Sports about the challenge ahead tonight.Skipper Bailey Wright has also been discussing the prospect of facing the best team in England with Football Australia’s official website.A special feature on Josh Brownhill – a Manchester City – fills many column inches in the Daily Mail today.The Daily Mail also takes a look through their predicted City starting XI, with a short comment on each player in the camp.The Bristol Post may have discovered City’s local charm ahead of tonight’s first leg tie – in the shape of Portishead Town Under-11s.Finally, on the transfer front in the Daily Mail, City have been linked with a loan move for Liverpool winger Ryan Kent – who is also said to be attracting interest from Sheffield United.Elsewhere, HITC report that Fulham now lead the hunt for supposed City target Lewis Grabban. The Cottagers are linked with a £7m move for the forward.last_img read more

Final: Virginia 4, Vanderbilt 2 in CWS

first_imgVanderbilt's Tyler Campbell's (2) throw to first hits the helmet of Virginia's Adam Haseley (7) at second during the third inning.Vanderbilt’s Tyler Campbell’s (2) throw to first hits the helmet of Virginia’s Adam Haseley (7) at second during the third inning.Live Blog Vanderbilt vs. TCU in College World Series window.cilAsyncInit = function() {cilEmbedManager.init()};(function() {if (window.cilVwRand === undefined) { window.cilVwRand = Math.floor(Math.random()*10000000); }var e = document.createElement(‘script’);e.async = true;var domain = (document.location.protocol == ‘http:’ || document.location.protocol == ‘file:’) ? ‘’ : ‘’;e.src = domain + ‘/vw.js?v=’ + window.cilVwRand; = ‘cilScript-9d25d805ba’;document.getElementById(‘cil-root-stream-9d25d805ba’).appendChild(e);}());Vanderbilt and Virginia meet in Game 3 of the College World Series championship series in Omaha, Neb., on Wednesday.This is a best-of-three-series. The winner will be the national champion.Vanderbilt beat Virginia in three games in last season’s championship series.Follow reporter Adam Sparks, who is in Omaha covering the Commodores, in the feed on this page.last_img read more

Forecasted severe weather for late Friday prompts earlier start times for some games involving…

first_imgThe Airline-Haughton and Benton-Captain Shreve games have been pushed up an hour. The start of the Wossman-Bossier girls game at Bossier has been moved up 30 minutes to 5:30. The boys game will follow. The Benton-Shreve girls game will also start at 5 and be followed by the boys. The games are at Shreve. A Bossier boys soccer game has also been moved up an hour to 4. NOTE: Report start time changes and/or postponements to You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery|SponsoredSponsoredUndo The potential for severe weather late Friday has resulted in earlier starts for several boys and girls basketball games involving Bossier Parish schools.center_img Benton (15-3, 3-0) and Shreve (11-5, 3-0) will be battling for sole possession of first place in District 1-5A in the girls game. The Parkway-Southwood games at Southwood will start at 5:30 with the girls game followed by the boys. Bossier (20-3) and Wossman (19-2) are ranked first and second, respectively, in the latest Class 3A boys power rankings. The Wildcats defeated the Bearkats 67-61 in Monroe on Nov. 27. The Airline-Haughton girls game will start at 5 and be followed by the boys. The games are at Haughton.last_img read more

QPR chairman insists ‘everyone can win’ with Old Oak regeneration

first_imgTony Fernandes has been tweeting about QPR’s plans for Old Oak.The club’s owners want to win the right to regenerate the area between Scrubs Lane and Willesden Junction, which would become known as New Queens Park and include a stadium for Rangers.“Just passing old oak common on the Heathrow express having returned form dubai. what an amazing project we could do for the community,” chairman Fernandes wrote.AdChoices广告“Everyone can win. Its takes courage ,determination, putting people first and sharing the spoils for a better west london. Full stop.”Just passing old oak common on the Heathrow express having returned form dubai.what an amazing project we could do for the community.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) October 2, 2014Meanwhile, QPR defender Rio Ferdinand has paid tribute to Ji-sung Park, who has been made an ambassador for Manchester United.Park, who had an unhappy spell at Loftus Road, played alongside Ferdinand at United.“Appreciated & respected by all in that dressing room. Selfless player,” Ferdinand tweeted.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

McGregor “modestly” described himself as the second greatest in history

first_imgConor McGregor has established himself as the second greatest fighter in MMA history, following a policy of speaking particularly “modestly” about his own accomplishments.The Irishman has an asset of 22 wins and 4 losses in the UFC division, returning this January to win over Donald Serone from punishment for the scandals following his loss to Habib Nurmagomedov.The 31-year-old McGregor held another online monologue, which was further warmed up by the fans. And he concluded that he was second in the ranking “greatest of all time”.In front of him, Connor put only Anderson Silva, whom he called GOAT – the popular acronym in recent years, when someone defines the strongest in a particular sport in its history.However, McGregor clarified that he will “easily” surpass the Brazilian before giving up and that he will be the greatest of all time in his retirement from MMA.“My achievements in three divisions, with champion status in two of them, is enough. I’m number two at the moment. If not equal to the first, but let it be Silva. But I’m still an active fighter, so №1 is guaranteed for the rest of my career. No chance of it happening. ”In addition, the confident Irishman put the other two names in his “top 4 of all time” – George St. Pierre and John Jones (who is also still fighting).Of course, Connor did not fail to specify that “if I take into account the doping tests, I will be the undisputed number one.” Apparently referring to the fact that Jones and Silva have tested positive over the years.last_img read more

Basketball player Rozitis continues his career in “Girona” team – Basketball…

first_imgRecently, Dāvis Rozītis joined the club “Gipuzkoa” in San Sebastian, Spain after the second league – “LEB Oro”, with which he gained the right to play in the Spanish Premier League (ACB) next season. The club did not receive a license to participate in ACB this summer.Meanwhile, on Saturday, the “Girona” team, formed in 2014 by Po Gasols, a player of the National Basketball Association (NBA), announced that Rozītis will represent the club’s colors next season.“I am pleased to be able to be part of the Girona team because it is an ambitious unit. It is easier to play in clubs with a long history, but it is even more exciting to get involved in new projects,” the club quotes Rozitis as saying. “I can give the team both an international experience and solid minutes at LEB Oro.”The Girona team won second place in the third league this season and won the right to play LEB Oro.Last season, Rozītis played in another unit of this league “Ourense”, in whose ranks he scored an average of 16.5 points in the match last season and won 5.1 rebounds. In the playoffs, the Latvian stood out with 14.3 points and 5.3 rebounds.Rozitis joined the “Ourense” team in December 2017, but before that he played for another “LEB Oro” team “Actel Forca”. In the summer of the same year, Rozitis moved to the Greek second league team Lefkada “Doxa”, but due to unsatisfactory performance he spent only the pre-season stage, but in the autumn joined the Latvian champion “VEF Riga” for a month, replacing the injured players, earning a very symbolic playing time. .In November last year, he went to Spain with a short-term contract with Actel Forca, but then moved to Ourense, where Werner Kohs also played last season.Rozītis once spent five years in American student basketball, but then played for two seasons in the “Valmiera” / ORDO team, becoming the Latvian champion in 2016, while he spent the 2016/2017 season in “Liepāja” / “Triobet” and “Barons”. quarter “ranks. The basketball player has played in various Latvian youth teams and in 2015 applied for joining the Latvian adult national team.This summer, Rozitis was also together with the Latvian national team, which trained at the Elektrum Olympic Center. However, he did not join the Baltic tournament, where the national teams of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania will meet from July 24 to 26.Follow us too Instagram and find out first!last_img read more

Are there any thieves? Arteta bought an evil dog for…

first_imgArsenal manager Mikel Arteta has become another football figure who bought a guard dog, writes “Standart”.The Spanish specialist paid 20,000 pounds for a purebred Dutch Shepherd. Dogs of this rare breed are very loyal, vigilant and easy to train. Arteta took the four-legged friend to protect her home in London from the Apaches. Recently, many popular athletes in England have been the victims of burglaries. This forced Manchester United stars Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba to buy trained dogs to secure their homes. Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Loris and Aston Villa star Jack Greenish did the same.last_img read more