Comment Phil HaighWednesday 20 Feb 2019 11:22 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Arsene Wenger would be great choice as Chelsea’s next manager, says David Seaman Maurizio Sarri is unlikely to last much longer at Chelsea (Picture: Getty Images)‘It looks like there could be a vacancy at Chelsea quite soon, depending on their next three games which are three big games for Chelsea,’ Seaman said on talkSPORT.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘He’d be great there, I think. He’d be great anywhere, he’s a fantastic manager.‘Arsene always said he wouldn’t come back to the Premier League because of his love for Arsenal , that he wouldn’t feel right competing against Arsenal.‘But obviously time’s a healer and he could think, “I want to go back there and prove a few people wrong”‘I would love to see him back, but I don’t think it would happen.’ Could Arsene Wenger make a stunning Premier League return? (Picture: Getty Images)Arsene Wenger would be a great choice to replace Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea manager, according to his former player David Seaman.Sarri is under huge pressure at Stamford Bridge with his side sixth in the table and having been dumped out of the FA Cup by Manchester United on Monday night.Rio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starThe Italian is the odds-on favourite to be the next Premier League manager to lose his job, with the Chelsea owners losing patience with his poor results.The likes of Zinedine Zidane, Gianfranco Zola and Frank Lampard are among the favourites to replace Sarri, but Seaman believes Wenger would be an excellent appointment.ADVERTISEMENT David Seaman remains a huge fan of Arsene Wenger (Picture: Getty Images)Wenger has admitted that he is unsure over what is to come in his career, but does feel the pull of a return to management.‘My future is unknown. Even for me,’ the Frenchman said at the Laureus Sport for Good presentation.‘I enjoy daily life now and I have been travelling a lot recently all over the world.‘I am enjoying a little bit less pressure. And more freedom as well. But I miss the competition.’MORE: Why Unai Emery will consider shock deal to sell Arsenal star Alexandre LacazetteMORE: Jose Mourinho made Paul Pogba feud public because he was ‘satisfied’ at negative press midfielder was subjected to Advertisement Advertisement
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Share Share Sharing is caring! 162 Views no discussions Mali recorded its first case of Ebola in OctoberMali’s health minister says the country is now free of the Ebola virus, after 42 days without a new case of the disease.“I declare this day… the end of the epidemic of the Ebola virus in Mali,” said Ousmane Kone.The last Ebola-infected patient in Mali recovered and left hospital in early December.Latest figures show the three West African countries worst affected have all seen a decline in new Ebola cases.Sierra Leone and Guinea both recorded the lowest weekly total of confirmed Ebola cases since August, according to UN figures on Thursday.Liberia, which reported no new cases on two days last week, had its lowest weekly total since June.The overall death toll has reached 8,429 with 21,296 cases so far.Mali recorded its first case of Ebola in October, when a two-year-old from Guinea fell ill and died.At its worst, there were 300 contact cases under investigation in the country.But the country has now “come out” of the epidemic, said Ibrahima Soce Fall, the head of the Malian office of the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UMEER).The incubation period for Ebola is 21 days, and countries must be free of new cases for two consecutive incubation periods, 42 days, to be declared free of the virus. Share HealthLifestyle Mali says it is free from Ebola by: BBC News – January 19, 2015 Tweet
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The two clubs have been linked with a host of player exchange deals in recent weeks, with Arthur Melo, Arturo Vidal, Nelson Semedo, Miralem Pjanic and Mattia De Sciglio all linked with trading places.Spanish international Alba is now the latest name to appear on the Serie A giants radar, according to reports from Calciomercato.it.Juventus are rumoured to be expecting summer offers from the Premier League for Brazilian left back Alex Sandro, and Alba would be an ideal replacement.Read Also: La Liga: Spanish Prime Minister confirms restart dateThe 31-year old has won 11 major honours since his return to the Camp Nou from Valencia in 2012, with over 300 appearances in all competitions.Barcelona are unlikely to be open to a sale, with Alba under contract in Catalonia until 2024, and a high profile player exchange the only potential chance for a deal between the two parties. Promoted Content8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now9 Celebrities Who Look Older Than They Really AreTop 10 Most Famous Female Racers Of All TimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Best Car Manufacturers In The World13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootThe Best Cars Of All Time Loading… Serie A giants Juventus have been linked with a shock summer move for Barcelona defender Jordi Alba. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Doyle Ison, 82, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Saturday March 9, 2019 in Milan, Indiana.He was born February 12, 1937 in Oskaloosa, KY, son of the late Dewey Ison and Minalee (Brown) IsonHe worked for Anchor Glass, retiring after over 41 years of service. Doyle belonged to the Thatcher Glass Retiree Club. He enjoyed tinkering around on cars, and carpentry work. He loved spending time with his family especially the grandchildren. He will be missed by all who knew him.Doyle is survived by his sons, William Michael “Mike” (Rhonda) Ison of Moores Hill, IN and John Randall “Randy” (Sheryl) Ison of Milan, IN; grandchildren, Travis Ison, Tyler (Shaina) Ison, Jenna Ison, Ryan (Courtney) Ison, & Adam Ison; great granddaughter, Parker Mae Ison; siblings, William “Bill” Ison of Moores Hill, IN, Bettena (Charlie) Ison of Elrod, IN.He was preceded in death by his wife of almost 60 years, Betty Sue (Hamilton) Ison, siblings, Lenville, Wayne, Deamer & Atha Ison, Father, Dewey Ison, Mother, Minalee (Brown) Ison.Friends will be received from 10:00 – 1:00, Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at the Rullman Hunger Funeral HomeServices will be held at 1:00, Tuesday, immediately following visitation.Interment will follow in the Mt. Sinai Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association . If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
By Duro IkhazuagbeDefending champions of the National Sports Festival, Delta State made good its promise to win the 19th edition which ended yesterday in Abuja with a total haul of 352 medals. It is Delta’s sixth NSF title.A breakdown of the silverware won by the ‘Big Heart’ state showed the run-away champions harvest 163 gold, 88 silver and 101 bronze medals to retain the title it won in the last edition in Lagos in 2012. The closest state to Delta on the medals table was Rivers State who hosted and won the 2011 edition in Port Harcourt. Rivers won 69 gold, 58 silver and 67 bronze medals while the next host of the festival in Benin in 2020, Edo State picked 47 gold, 41 silver and 53 bronze medal to place third in the standing.Delta repeated its winning streak at Bauch 2000, Abuja 2004, Gateway 2006, Kada 2009 and Eko 2012 to remain the leading sports inclined state in the country. The state is reaping its heavy investment is sports infrastructure and human capacity development.Lagos, Bayelsa, Akwa Ibom, FCT, Kano, Oyo and Ondo occupied the top 10 spot of the 19th edition of the festival hosted by the FCT after six years of wait.Cross River State was awarded the right to host the 19th edition but failed to put its facilities in order to meet the expectations of the National Council on Sports. FCT stepped in as last minute hosts with a budget of over N1.5billion approved by the Presidency for the festival.FINAL MEDALS TABLESTATES Gold Silver Bronze Total1 Delta 163 88 101 3522 Rivers 69 58 67 1943 Edo 47 41 53 1414 Lagos 36 37 73 1465 Bayelsa 32 56 48 1366 Akwa-Ibom 32 26 34 927 FCT 21 9 24 548 Kano 18 27 24 699 Oyo 16 35 44 9510 Ondo 15 9 23 4711 Abia 9 6 29 4412 Ogun 7 15 41 6313 Osun 7 8 20 3514 Plateau 6 18 28 5215 Bauchi 6 12 9 2716 Anambra 5 11 13 2917 Cross-River 5 9 7 2118 Imo 5 3 13 2119 Kebbi 5 3 4 1220 Kaduna 4 7 8 1921 Niger 4 6 6 1622 Kogi 2 2 8 1223 Kwara 1 6 5 1224 Nasarawa 1 5 8 1425 Jigawa 1 3 1 526 Benue 1 2 7 1027 Yobe 1 2 6 928 Enugu 1 2 2 529 Gombe 0 4 7 1130 Borno 0 2 5 731 Ekiti 0 2 4 632 Zamfara 0 1 1 233 Adamawa 0 1 0 134 Sokoto 0 0 5 535 Taraba 0 0 4 436 Ebonyi 0 0 0 037 Katsina 0 0 0 0TOTAL 520 516 732 1768Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Facebook Twitter Google+ Three years ago, Aaron Walton-Moss’ future in basketball had all but flatlined. His play at Camden (N.J.) High School had turned heads, but his grades turned away Division I coaches and scholarship offers.All he wanted was another chance.“Camden is known for bad stuff that goes on, but there’s also a lot of people that made it out and did great things,” Walton-Moss said. “It’s an opportunity to do something positive with yourself.”Now, he’s doing exactly that at Division III Cabrini College.The 6-foot-1 guard has been the centerpiece for the No. 6 Cavaliers (21-1), who currently sit atop the Colonial States Athletic Conference standings. He ranks fifth in the country with 24.7 points per game and has also hauled in 10.7 rebounds per contest.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut more impressive than his performance on the court has been his turnaround in the classroom and at home. Now the father of a 3-year-old daughter, Walton-Moss is committed to ensuring his own well-being and her long-term success.“I don’t want to sit here and do good for one semester, then fall off for nothing,” he said. “Now, I’ve just got to make sure I stay on that right track“For a long time, getting there wasn’t easy.Growing up in Camden posed its own set of challenges. Hearing the periodic interlude of gunshots was commonplace and many kids struggled to escape life on the streets.When his older brother passed away from cancer, Walton-Moss was actually thankful that his brother didn’t meet a more violent fate.“I rather it be him dying from that than getting gunned down in the street,” he said. “We knew it was coming.”Walton-Moss knew that life wasn’t for him, and basketball could be his ticket to something better.In terms of talent, he was set. He earned second-team all-state honors as a senior in 2009 and averaged a double-double. Cabrini guard Vinny Walls, who played with Walton-Moss at Camden, said his in-game mental awareness was nearly flawless.“His I.Q. was very high on the court,” Walls said. “Nobody’s perfect, but in that sense, he always tries to make the right choice in game situations.”But the classroom was a different story.Coming out of middle school, Walton-Moss said he focused solely on basketball. He finally realized by his junior year that he couldn’t play without the grades, so he tried to pick up the slack.By that point, it was too late. Temple and other schools stopped pursuing him. He didn’t play at all during the next two years.Instead, he had a daughter to worry about.Ariyiania was born in 2010 and his focus immediately shifted to her. He took jobs at Wal-Mart and the Camden Bureau of Recreation for financial stability before the Cabrini opportunity presented itself.It started in 2011, thanks to the NBA lockout. Walton-Moss was working-out with Sacramento Kings forward Jason Thompson when he was introduced to Marcus Kahn, Cabrini’s head coach. Kahn talked to him about his situation and the possibility of playing in Radnor (Pa.), but he never expected the skilled Walton-Moss to even apply.He did, and then Kahn received another surprise.“Two weeks later, he’s coming in with an acceptance letter,” Kahn said. “I thought, ‘OK, well I guess this is getting real now.’”Once on the team, Walton-Moss accepted the role of sixth man and made his presence known immediately. He averaged 11.5 points in 19 games and proved to Kahn he was serious about rebuilding his basketball career.He then needed to overcome one final academic hurdle, as he missed the first semester of the 2012-2013 season due to poor grades. Since that point, though, Walton-Moss said his GPA has progressively risen.That doesn’t surprise Kahn, who said his work ethic is second to none.“He’s taken that same mindset over this last year off the floor,” Kahn said. “Basketball can go away, so he’s gotta learn to have a backup plan.”In an ideal situation, Walton-Moss said he would like a chance to play professionally. He wants to pay for Ariyiania’s college tuition well ahead of time. Now that she can understand the sport, she’s arguably Walton-Moss’ biggest fan. She attends Cabrini home games and often brings a smile to his face with her candid commentary.“The TV can come on, and she points at it and says, ‘That’s my dad playing,’” he said. “I would love to try to get my foot in the door of the NBA or the D-League so she can really see it up close.”If playing basketball won’t accomplish that task, he is hoping to either coach or break into sports radio.After all that he’s been through, his future is bright. He was given the chance he so desperately wanted, and now he isn’t looking back.“It doesn’t matter because talent is going to show wherever you’re at,” Walton-Moss said. “As long as you do what you’re going to do and handle your business…that’s all that really matters.” Comments Published on February 19, 2014 at 12:16 am Contact Tyler: firstname.lastname@example.org
Noah Syndergaard, MetsWhy him: Who knows what the Mets are doing? Not me. The Mets and Yankees haven’t completed a significant deal in more than a decade, but Syndergaard is the type of pitcher worth chasing, even if it means paying a tiny bit more than the Yankees would like. His issues this year seem more like an aberration than his new normal. Robbie Ray, DiamondbacksWhy him: Ray would be a bit of a gamble, no doubt. He’s a lefty who can rack up the strikeouts — he’s averaged at least 12.0 per nine each of the past three seasons — but his inability to find the plate at times is a bit disconcerting; he’s averaged 4.3 walks per nine those three years. He’s lasted at least six full innings in 10 of his past 11 starts, which is big. Ray has one year of arbitration remaining, and the Diamondbacks would be willing to move him in the right deal. Trevor Bauer, IndiansWhy him: Because the incident in Kansas City doesn’t mean Bauer will melt down in the pressure of a New York postseason. And like the Giants, the Indians could use a promising outfielder (and, yeah, they’re pretty familiar with Frazier). Here’s the thing though: Even though every single Cleveland fan should be upset that Bauer is reportedly available despite the team holding a playoff spot and a legit shot of advancing in October, would the front office really trade Bauer to a team they could very well face in the postseason? No way, right? Right? And now, suddenly, the pitching staff can’t stop teams from scoring. MORE: Watch live MLB games all season long on fuboTV (7-day free trial)In their past eight games — three wins, five losses — Yankees pitchers have allowed 79 runs, easily the most in the majors. The next-worst team in that stretch? Oakland, at 50 runs allowed. Heck, the Mariners, Indians and Astros combined to allow just 74 runs, total, for 23 games, in that same span. And, yes — small sample size alert, of course. But if there are certain times in a baseball season when small sample sizes are more impactful in a team’s decision-making process, the two weeks leading up to the only trade deadline of the 2019 season probably sit atop that list. The pitching woes spread all through the staff, but have been especially pointed in the rotation. Masahiro Tanaka made one start in the stretch, allowing 12 runs in 3 1/3 innings. J.A. Happ made one start, too, and lasted just 3 1/3 innings, too, giving up six runs. The other three guys in the rotation each made two starts, and here are their ERAs in those games: Domingo German (11.00), CC Sabathia (11.88) and James Paxton (13.50). Yikes. Heck, even the two guys at the back end of the bullpen, Zack Britton and Aroldis Chapman, combined to allow eight walks, five hits and four earned runs in five innings. The Rays are now just 8.5 back and the Red Sox — who scored 44 runs in taking three of four from the Yankees in Fenway Park — are nine back. So what should the Yankees do? They’re not going to panic like the playoffs are in danger, of course. They’re still pretty safe (the Rays own the second wild card spot at the moment). But this isn’t a year the Yankees will be satisfied with just reaching October. Nine full seasons have passed since the last time the Yankees reached the World Series, and while that might not seem like a lot for most franchises, it’s the third-longest drought since Babe Ruth joined the team. Yeah. And this is a team with otherwise legitimate World Series aspirations, but it’s hard to imagine a rotation that just went through that disaster rolling through the American League playoffs, right? Trading for a fourth or fifth starter probably isn’t going to cut it if they want to improve their playoff prospects. Sabathia, in his final year in the bigs, just went on the IL for the second time this year. He’ll be back at some point, but GM Brian Cashman is a big fan of building quality depth, as he’s shown many times through the years and even earlier this season when he traded for Edwin Encarnacion without a permanent lineup spot to give him.With Marcus Stroman — an All-Star this year — off the trade block, having moved from the Blue Jays to the Mets, let’s look at the four starters the Yankees should pursue. Madison Bumgarner, GiantsWhy him: Because the goal is to win in October, right? Bumgarner, who is a free agent after the season, is one of the best ever in October, and though it feels like he’s been around forever, he only turns 30 on his next birthday, which just happens to be the day after the trade deadline. And, yes, the Giants’ recent surge has them back in the NL wild card picture, but they’re a couple of games back with the Phillies, Brewers, Nationals, Cubs and Cardinals ahead of them in the wild card race. Build a package around Clint Frazier — the Giants have needed an outfielder with a bit of pop for years — and make it happen. The Yankees opened the second half of their season by winning seven of their first nine games and stretched their AL East lead to double-digits, with the Rays (10 back) and the Red Sox (11 back) as the only teams within dreaming distance. Life in the Bronx was good. The seemingly charmed season was writing another chapter en route to a destiny-laden October. Sure, the team had been forced to deal with a cavalcade of injuries most of the year, but day after day the replacements stepped up and performed as well or better than the regulars on the injured list. There were no excuses, only winning for a team a very impressive 31 games over the .500 mark.
View this post on Instagram As she mentioned in her post, she waited a day to open it as it “gave me something to look forward to” on her birthday.MORE: Vanessa Bryant reacts to Kobe Bryant joining 2020 Basketball Hall of Fame class Yesterday I found an envelope labeled To: The Love of my Life. From, Tu Papi ❤️I waited to open one more letter on my birthday. It gave me something to look forward to today.❤️The irony is that Kobe had a photo of me drawn with an Angel holding me up by an artist on the cover. Missing the Love of my Life and my sweet little Mamacita- my fellow Taurus. Grateful to wake up to my 3 sweet girls today. Wish we were all together. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️#MyBirthdayWishA post shared by Vanessa Bryant 🦋 (@vanessabryant) on May 5, 2020 at 9:15am PDTHere’s hoping the letter provides comfort to Vanessa Bryant and her children in what are surely difficult times. Kobe Bryant gave one final birthday present to his widow on Tuesday.Vanessa Bryant, in a Tuesday Instagram post, revealed that she had found an unopened letter from her late husband on Monday — the last one he wrote her before he, their daughter Gianna and seven others died in a helicopter crash in January.