Newcastle fans vent Kinnear fury

first_img McIntyre, who was repeatedly heckled, said: “You are asking why Joe Kinnear didn’t come here. He was going to come. Since Joe was appointed, he has never had a day off. He was going to come up on Sunday night and going to come here.” He continued: “I spoke to Joe Kinnear. He was waiting to be picked up by Graham Carr, who lives in Northampton. He was picking Joe up in Mill Hill and they were having a business lunch, which will go on tomorrow (Tuesday). That’s the reason Joe hasn’t been able to come.” Around 230 fans, comprising a coalition of different supporters’ groups, packed into the concert room at the club, which lies in the shadow of St James’ Park, less than a week after the club confirmed that Kinnear had been handed the role of director of football. McIntyre tried manfully to defend Kinnear, and admitted he regretted his comments in an ill-advised and now infamous radio interview last week. “He regrets, naturally, what has happened over the last week. But Joe Kinnear will be here some time in the future,” he said. McIntyre was unable to win over a largely hostile crowd, but was applauded for his courage in turning up. The Irishman may not have been in attendance, but Wendy Taylor, head of media, and supporters liaison manager Lee Marshall, who have been attending the organisation’s meetings, were. Neither spoke, but they were there to report back what was said. More than 500 questions were submitted in advance by fans via twitter, Facebook and e-mail, many of them surrounding Kinnear’s controversial return to St James’ Park. Kinnear, however, was not the only target as supporters also vented their fury at club owner Mike Ashley, whose decision it was to install him above manager Alan Pardew and Carr. Indeed, one of the groups represented, the Mike Ashley Out Campaign, proposed a motion calling on the sportswear tycoon to sell the club, something he has previously tried and failed to do twice during the six years he has owned it. The motion, which was put to a show of hands, was carried by a sizeable, if not unanimous, margin. Press Association The 66-year was unable to attend the meeting of NUFC Fans United, to which he had been invited at short notice, as he got together with chief scout Graham Carr to discuss the club’s summer transfer business. It was left to close friend and former Newcastle schoolboy player Eddie McIntyre to fight his corner in front of a rebellious audience at Newcastle Labour Club. center_img Joe Kinnear was spared an angry reception as Newcastle fans met to discuss a turbulent week on Tyneside.last_img read more

St George’s captain Dominic James dies after collapsing during Manning Cup match

first_img… Guyana’s Director of Sport sends letter of condolenceJAMAICA’S Schoolboys football fraternity was plunged into mourning on Tuesday afternoon following the death of St George’s schoolboy footballer Dominic James who died after collapsing during a match against Excelsior.The match was just four minutes old when James collapsed on the field at Stadium East, suffering from what appeared to be convulsions. The stricken player was taken to the Medical Associates hospital where he was later pronounced dead.As news filtered back to the match, close to halftime, which was later postponed, players could be seen crying for the loss of their teammate and team captain. The midfielder who was handed the armband this season was also a part of Waterhouse and national Under-20 teams.Meanwhile, Guyana’s Director of Sport Christopher Jones has dispatched a letter of condolence on the untimely passing of James.“On behalf of the sporting fraternity in Guyana I extend our deepest and heartfelt condolences on the passing of Mr Dominic James, captain of the St George’s College football team. We, in Guyana, share in his family’s, St George’s College’s, the Jamaican football and sporting fraternities’ and all of Jamaica’s grief at this time. His unexpected and tragic passing no doubt must cause emotional distress.We in Guyana hold Dominic’s parents and relatives, the St George’s College family and the people of Jamaica in our thoughts and prayers in this time of mourning.”last_img read more

The Latest: Scotland rugby coach takes 25% salary deferral

first_img Associated Press The 26-year-old Kapas writes in an Instagram post that she had to submit to testing in order to return to training.She says her first test was negative but a second test showed she has the virus. She is staying in quarantine at home for two weeks.Kapas says “I don’t have any symptoms yet and that’s why it’s important for you to know that even if you feel healthy you can spread the virus.”Kapas won gold in the 200-meter butterfly at the 2019 world championships in China and a bronze medal in the 800-meter freestyle at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.___ It was originally scheduled to be released in June but sports fans have clamored on social media for the series to be moved up in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak and with most sporting events canceled or postponed.The news was announced on Good Morning America.The Bulls won six NBA titles during the 1990s and were led by Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Steve Kerr and Dennis Rodman.___Hungarian Olympic swimmer Boglarka Kapas says she has tested positive for COVID-19. March 31, 2020 The BWF says “it is difficult to outline the exact procedure until we have an exact overview of what the international calendar will look like once play resumes and suspended tournaments have been rescheduled.”With the Tokyo Olympics delayed until 2021, the BWF says it is reviewing the Olympic qualification process. It notes the consequences of freezing the world rankings does not apply to Olympic qualifying. ___Two-time mixed doubles champion Jamie Murray says he believes Wimbledon will be canceled.The All England Club board will hold an emergency meeting on Wednesday to discuss the fate of the 2020 tournament. The coaches of two professional sides, Richard Cockerill at Edinburgh and Dave Rennie at Glasgow, have made the same agreement, though Rennie begins his new job as Australia coach in July.Scottish Rugby also announced CEO Mark Dodson was taking a 30% deferral, and the board 25%.Last week, England coach Eddie Jones accepted a 25% pay cut.___ABC/ESPN has moved up the premier of the 10-part docuseries “The Last Dance” featuring Michael Jordan and the 1990s Chicago Bulls to April 19. The docuseries will be shown on ESPN on Sunday nights and on Netflix outside of the United States. The grasscourt season lasts only six weeks and Wimbledon is staged when daylight hours are the longest in Britain. The club has acknowledged the short window available to it and ruled out playing without spectators.The French Open has been postponed from May to September.The brother of two-time Wimbledon singles champion Andy Murray was asked whether he thinks a cancellation is more likely than a postponement. He told BBC Radio 4: “I think so. I think for them it is difficult to move the tournament back for many reasons, because you are running into other tournaments.”___Organizers of the Swiss Indoors tennis tournament in Roger Federer’s hometown of Basel say ticket sales will start on schedule on Thursday. Global soccer union FIFPro says seven-time Slovakian champion Zilina is opting for bankruptcy after offering players a “take it or leave it” 80% pay cut.FIFPro says it believes Zilina is the first European club to go into liquidation since the coronavirus outbreak.The union says Zilina “refused to negotiate with the (Slovak) player union.”The move follows the club selling 20-year-old forward Róbert Boženík to Feyenoord in January for a reported fee of about 4.5 million euros ($4.9 million).Zilina is second in the now-suspended Slovak league. The club played in the Champions League in 2010-11 but lost all six games in a group that included Chelsea and Marseille. ___The Badminton World Federation has frozen the world rankings while the circuit is suspended.The rankings have been backdated to March 17. That was the day after the last international tournament, the All England Open. They will be the basis for entry and seeding into the next international tournaments, whenever they are.The world circuit is suspended to the end of April, but the BWF expects more tournaments to be put off in May and June.It says it has yet to decide how the rankings will be unfrozen. The Latest: Scotland rugby coach takes 25% salary deferral The tournament is due to run from Oct. 26 to Nov. 1. Organizers say tickets will be refunded “should the coronavirus crisis continue and the Swiss tennis highlight not take place.”The ATP Tour is currently suspended until at least June.Federer and his wife donated 1 million Swiss francs ($1.04 million) last week to help families in need in his home country during the pandemic.Federer is a 10-time champion at the Swiss Indoors and will turn 39 before this year’s tournament. He was twice a ball boy at the event and made his debut as a player in 1998 when he was 17. He lost in the first round to Andre Agassi.Federer posted footage on his social media accounts on Monday of him practising trick shots in his rehabilitation after surgery on his left knee in February. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Scotland rugby coach Gregor Townsend has agreed to a 25% salary deferral from April 1 to Sept. 1. ___More AP sports: and,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6last_img read more

Chelsea Linked with Summer Move for Ndidi

first_imgChelsea are said to have expressed an interest in signing Leicester City midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, if they find themselves needing midfield reinforcements this summer.While the centre of the pack is currently one of the Blues’ strongest positions, that could change as both Jorginho and N’Golo Kanté have been linked with moves away from Stamford Bridge, and losing either would obviously leave Chelsea needing a high-profile replacement.Now, here’s where the fun starts. The English media, such as the Leicester Mercury, have picked up reports which supposedly stem from Mundo Deportivo and claim that Chelsea are one of several sides keen on landing Ndidi this summer. The Nigerian is said to be valued at £40million and could fill the void left by either Jorginho or Kanté.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Tipp Ladies go in search of All Ireland glory

first_imgCaptain Samantha Lambert says there’s great character in the squad.Throw-in is at 1.45 this afternoon in Croke Park and Tipp FM’s live coverage comes in association with Klassy Lady Boutique Cahir.The senior final has Mayo taking on Dublin at 4. Tipperary hope their blend of youth and experience will stand to them in this afternoons All Ireland Ladies Intermediate Football final.The Premier go into the game against Tyrone with an unbeaten record this season.Tipp are unchanged from the side that beat Meath in the semi-final. Photo © Twitter Tipperary Ladies Footballerslast_img read more

Guyana attorney general calls for gay referendum

first_imgBasil Williams, Guyana’s Attorney General Guyanese attorney general and minister of legal affairs, Basil Williams, has repeated a call for a referendum on whether homosexual acts of intimacy should remain a criminal offence.Williams made the call as he gave an address to a joint reception hosted by the delegation of the European Union to Guyana and the Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD), in observance of International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT) reiterated the call for a referendum in his remarks.“In addressing the issue… the government noted that the Guyanese people are to decide in a referendum whether homosexuality should remain a criminal offence. Since every citizen has equal access to all Guyana has to offer,” Williams said.Williams also referred to Article 149 of the constitution on the rights against discrimination, which includes sex and gender, and Article 149D, which provides equality of the enjoyment of all fundamental rights and freedoms.After calling for tolerance from the Guyanese society, Williams concluded by saying that Guyanese must foster a cultural shift.“This must begin with our social behaviour. Our language must change. We must document and expose allegations or reports of human rights violations based on sexual orientation and gender identity promptly. They must be impartially investigated and perpetrators held accountable and brought to justice. Hate speech and condescending attitudes reduce tolerance for homosexuality and encourage fear for the unknown. They must be shunned and penalised. If we want change it must begin with each of us,” he added. read more

NBA trade deadline: Raptors send Greg Monroe to Nets for second-round pick

first_img NBA trade deadline: Kings send Skal Labissiere to Blazers for Caleb Swanigan The Raptors gained one big man and lost another two on Thursday.After acquiring Marc Gasol for a package that included Jonas Valanciunas, the Raptors dealt Greg Monroe to the Nets for a second-round pick, Toronto announced Thursday. Monroe is averaging 4.8 points and 4.1 rebounds in 38 games for the Raptors this season.The Raptors sit in second place in the Eastern Conference with a 39-16 record. Related News NBA trade deadline: Celtics deal Jabari Bird to Hawks, report says The Nets are in sixth with a 29-27 record.last_img read more

NFL trade rumors: Steelers decided to move Antonio Brown before his demand, report says

first_imgAntonio Brown made it clear this week he wants out of Pittsburgh, but the Steelers had already decided to trade him, according to a report in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.And the Post-Gazette says the Steelers, not Brown, “will dictate” where he goes. The wide receiver reportedly demanded a trade earlier this week, according to ESPN. On Tuesday, Brown further fueled the situation, tweeting a thanks to Steelers fans: “Thank you SteelerNation for a big 9 years…time to move on and forward.”Whether Brown first demanded a trade, or whether the Steelers opted to move him, doesn’t really matter. It’s possible both sides are now just trying to control the narrative, the NFL equivalent of an ex-couple arguing about who initiated the end of their relationship. Related News Antonio Brown odds: Where will Steelers WR end up?center_img Whatever the case, the seven-time Pro Bowl selection’s time with the Steelers seems near an end. Or maybe not. According to NFL Network, Brown will meet with Steelers owner Art Rooney II to “clear the air.” An earlier report said Brown did not plan to meet with Rooney.Trade rumors have linked Brown to several NFL teams, including the Cardinals, Packers, 49ers, Dolphins, Raiders and Patriots. The Post-Gazette report said Pittsburgh will determine his destination, saying, “It is all in the Steelers’ hands.”Expect the Steelers to field plenty of offers for the 30-year-old wideout during the upcoming NFL Scouting Combine, which starts Feb. 26, in Indianapolis.last_img read more

Drought causes problems for Sumner County hunters in 2012

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Thank you for your input. -4 Vote up Vote down Billy · 400 weeks ago ““It’s just pathetic how many unethical people are out there…shooting deer from their trucks”” Sour grapes. Hiding in a tree to kill a defenseless creature is far more ethical. Report Reply 9 replies · active 400 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down Mr. Positive · 400 weeks ago Man has been hunting meat since who knows when. It is man killing man is where I have a problem and that has been going on since the beginning of time. I support legal hunting and hunting laws, be it federal, state or local law. By the way I do not own a gun, not even a shotgun. I do own a bow and arrow. Report Reply 0 replies · active 400 weeks ago -2 Vote up Vote down Gomer · 400 weeks ago Just my thought but I personaly wish it was open season on deer all year long as I am sick and tired of having to evade them all the time on the highways and roadways. If the state can not do a better job of fencing them in they should be open season all year long. Report Reply 1 reply · active 400 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down Shots fired · 400 weeks ago The poachers cause a problem in many ways. They are not legally hunting and have no idea what is on the other side of their bullets. Try going for a walk in your own field after work and see how it feels for a vehicle to pull sideways in the field, spotlight towards you. It isn’t a great feeling. Catch them hunting on your ground when you know your children are on the other end of the field legally hunting and the poachers guns are pointed directly at where your children are. There is a reason poaching is illegal. Report Reply 0 replies · active 400 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Xdeerlover · 400 weeks ago I for one do not like deer meat nor deer itself. They do a horrifying damage to a vehicle that your insurance has to pay for. Report Reply 0 replies · active 400 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Gomer · 400 weeks ago When I see a spot light lit up by the farm I try and take it out with my rifle. That usually runs them off. Report Reply 1 reply · active 400 weeks ago -1 Vote up Vote down Gomer · 400 weeks ago They dont like deer shooting back at them. I never hear anyone complaining about it when hunters pull in by the slate creek bridge just south of town and fire off their rifles with in yards of the city limits. That should be illegal. But lots of BIG BUCKS running around there. Report Reply 0 replies · active 289 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. 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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Add one more reason why the drought in Sumner County of the past two years stinks — poor hunting.  Chris Stout, Sumner County game warden for the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, said this was the worst deer firearm season he has witnessed since taking the job here six years ago.  The pheasant and quail hunting haven’t been any better.“A lot of it is due to a lack of vegetation and that is because of the drought,” Stout said.Two bad years of spring row crops, an early wheat harvest, and a lack of standing water have taken its toll on the animal population in Sumner County, Stout said. During the opening day of pheasant season on Nov. 10, Stout checked six hunters and saw two dead pheasants throughout the day.“That’s terrible,” Stout said. “I’ve never seen it so slow.”According to the KDWPT website, the drought in 2011 and 2012 took its toll on the pheasant population, reducing the breeding population by nearly 50 percent or more across the south-central area. The lack of precipitation resulted in less cover and insects needed for good pheasant reproduction. It also didn’t help that in Sumner County the wheat harvest was nearly complete by June, thus destroying many nests and young broods, who need a later harvest to survive.Stout thinks it could take a couple of years for the pheasant population to return back to the status of a few years ago – and that is if we return to normal precipitation.As far as the deer are concerned, drought was not the only thing creating problems for hunters.“We had hot temperatures and a full moon,” Stout said. “Thus the deer were more nocturnal this year. In cold, deer tend to burn up more calories so they are more out and about seeking vegetation.”There was one type of hunter having a good year – the poachers.“It’s just pathetic how many unethical people are out there,” Stout said, who has issued 12 poaching violations in the past month. “I’m getting a lot of complaints over people shooting deer from their trucks from the road.”He said poachers usually cut off the deer head for the antlers to sell and leave the carcass to rot.last_img read more

Wellington Fire/EMS incident report: Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2013

first_imgWellington Fire/EMS incident report for Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2013:9/30   12:48 PM      Child locked in car                           200 Block S. Jefferson9/30   1:20 PM        Medical Emergency                       2100 Block E. Lincoln9/30   7:00 PM        Transfer to Wichita10/1   7:38 AM        Medical Emergency                       900 Block W. 7th10/1   7:55 AM        Vehicle Accident                             9th & A10/1   5:24 PM        Alarm Activation                             2100 Block North A10/1   5:33 PM        Medical Emergency                       900 Block W. 8th10/1   7:00 PM        Carbon Monoxide Investigation  200 Block E. 7th10/2   12:25 PM      Medical Emergency                       1800 E. 16th10/2   1:59 PM        Electrical Malfunction                   200 Block S. Washington10/2   3:13 PM        Vehicle Accident                             16th & Blaine10/2   4:56 PM        Lift Assist                                           800 Block E. 4th10/2   5:19 PM        Medical Emergency                       1400 Block Huron Ct.10/2   7:00 PM        Transfer to Wichitalast_img read more