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Tottenham reaction: Pochettino admits Arsenal draw was ‘an opportunity missed’

Tottenham reaction: Pochettino admits Arsenal draw was ‘an opportunity missed’

first_imgTottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino was frustrated his side didn’t pick up the three points against north London rivals Arsenal after Saturday’s 2-2 draw.Aaron Ramsey gave the Gunners the lead in the first half but goals from Toby Alderweireld and Harry Kane after Francis Coquelin’s red card put the home side ahead.However ten-man Arsenal equalised through Alexis Sanchez to deny Spurs top spot in the Premier League and Pochettino felt it was a good opportunity missed by his side.“The feeling is not so good because we missed a big opportunity at 2-1 up,” said Pochettino.“But we need to be happy with the effort of the players.“We started the game 11 vs 11 and played much better but something happened and the opponents took risks to find the chance to score.“Our team made a big effort so I feel proud and pleased for them.”last_img read more

Penn State Losses 2 More Incoming Freshmen

Penn State Losses 2 More Incoming Freshmen

Dorian Johnson will not attend Penn State.The NCAA harsh sanctions against Penn State continue to impact the program. Wednesday, Nittany Lions’ No. 2 recruit, Dorian Johnson, withdrew his commitment to attend the college in Happy Valley, while receiver Zach Bradshaw elected to go to Virginia..These two losses hurt the incoming class of a program trying to overcome the stench of the Jerry Sandusky scandal that has left the school, football program and community in shambles.Johnson, from Belle Vernon, Pa., was No. 27 in the ESPN 150 and a Penn State commitment since June. Johnson, the No. 2 offensive tackle nationally and No. 2 overall player in Pennsylvania, said he would not rush to a decision on where he would enroll.In June, the 6-foot-6, 285-pound tackle committed to Penn State over Ohio State, Pittsburgh and West Virginia.Johnson was the second highest-rated commitment in the Lions’ class behind quarterback Christian Hackenberg.Bradshaw, from Damascus, Md., told Penn State coach Bill O’Brien by phone over breakfast Tuesday morning the he planned to  go to Virginia. He rode with his mother to Charlottesville, where  met with the coaching staff and told them he wanted to become the Cavaliers’ 17th commitment.“The decision didn’t have anything to do with schools trying to poach him,” Mike Bradshaw, the player’s son, said. “It didn’t have anything to do with other kids de-committing. It had more to do with, ‘What will the next four years or five years feel like at Penn State because of the sanctions?’“The deciding factor was the magnitude of the sanctions,” With the loss of scholarships, PSU will be competing in the Big Ten against some of the best teams in the country with 65 scholarship players. The class Zach would be a part of would really bear the brunt of the sanctions.”Bradshaw and Johnson became the fourth and fifth Penn State recruits to de-commit since the release of the Freeh report.The snowballing list of de-commitments includes defensive tackle Greg Webb (Erial, N.J./Timber Creek), cornerback Ross Douglas (Avon, Ohio/Avon) and receiver Will Fuller (Philadelphia/Roman Catholic), who verbally committed to Notre Dame on Sunday. Webb recently committed to North Carolina, and Douglas switched his pledge to Michigan.Bradshaw’s father said his son was also seriously debating whether to accept offers from Northwestern and South Carolina — but ultimately decided to choose where he felt most comfortable. The 6-foot-2, 205-pound receiver already knows two players on Virginia through Damascus High School, so building relationships there was never an issue.“What tipped it toward UVA was really a couple things,” his father said. “First, it’s a great academic school. Second, it’s closer to home and third — and most importantly — he felt a great amount of comfort and rapport with the coaches.” read more

Former Premier League player forced to retire

Former Premier League player forced to retire

first_imgAfter discovering he had heart problems, Andrea Orlandi Stabilin has been forced to retire from the world of football.Spanish winger Andrea Orlandi Stabilin, who played for Barcelona B and even for Barcelona’s first team once, has been forced to retire after discovering he has heart disease.The former Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder will leave behind a career that started in 2003 and lasted until 2019.“I felt like this was coming after I had the medical but until it was made official I still had that glimmer of hope,” he told the Brighton official website.“Sadly it is not safe for me to play on and I was devastated when the doctor broke the news. However, I am coming to terms with it quite quickly and am so thankful to all the medical staff who have helped me.”“I could have had an operation to try and carry on playing, but at 34 it would have been risky and stupid to do so. I have to think about my future more than football now,” he added.“The truth is I could have died during my career, so I must look at the bright side that I am still here with my wife and kids and that I enjoyed many years playing the game I love,” he continued.“It is still very early so I have not planned my next step yet. For now, I will enjoy some time with my wonderful family.”Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.Orlandi played for many teams in the world, starting with Alaves in his native Spain, then Barcelona, Swansea City, Brighton, Blackpool, Anorthosis, APOEL, Novara, and Chennaiyin.He was trying to say goodbye to his career playing in Italian Lega Serie C with Virtus Entella.“I had a special five years at Swansea but my two years at the Albion were the greatest of my career,” he commented.“It was a fantastic group of players and some of my best friends in life were at the club at the same time. It made those wins extra memorable when enjoying them alongside true friends at a tremendous club.”“My first season was the best I have ever played personally and I absolutely loved the city of Brighton. I have missed the place ever since I left and hopefully I will get the chance to come and visit soon,” he concluded.😍 “Poetry in motion!”#BHAFC 🔵⚪️https://t.co/uXXD2Mi6YJ.— Brighton & Hove Albion ⚽️ (@OfficialBHAFC) February 25, 2019last_img read more

San Diego to Recognize Young Heroine from Rancho Peñasquitos

San Diego to Recognize Young Heroine from Rancho Peñasquitos

first_img KUSI Newsroom Posted: January 23, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSan Diego, CA (KUSI): On Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 10:00 a.m., Councilmember Chris Cate will declare the day as “Sophia M. Righthouse Day” in the City of San Diego. Two months ago, Sophia M. Righthouse, a Park Village resident, personally assisted with the evacuation of a condominium complex in Rancho Peñasquitos that was engulfed in flames. At only 14 years of age, Sophia conducted the evacuations in a calm professional manner, attributing her training with the Young Marines.A 4.0 student at Westview High School, Sophia, a freshman, has a long-term goal of attending the Naval Academy or participating in College ROTC and embarking on a military career. Sophia is a Master Sergeant in the Young Marines serving with the Miramar Unit based out of MCAS Miramar. Sophia founded the Young Marines “Valuing our Veterans” flagpole program, where she gathers funding to purchase and install flagpoles for local military veterans in recognition of their service.In addition to the Young Marines, Sophia M. Righthouse has volunteered more than 600 hours serving her community as a Cadet Seaman in the Naval JROTC unit at Westview High School and is a Senior Girl Scout with Troop 8716. Sophia has earned the prestigious Girl Scouts USA Bronze and Silver Awards.“Sophia Righthouse is an outstanding example of a youth that embodies patriotism, volunteerism, civic responsibility, leadership, and a passion to help others. Individuals like Sophia, make our community better,” stated Councilmember Chris Cate.“The Young Marines have impacted how I think and how I act.  They have allowed me to believe in myself and learn about the core values of honor, courage, and commitment,” said Sophia M. Righthouse. Updated: 6:18 PM San Diego to Recognize Young Heroine from Rancho Peñasquitos January 23, 2018center_img Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News Tags: Chris Cate FacebookTwitter WHAT:Sophia M. Righthouse Day WHO:Sergeant Bret Righthouse, San Diego Police Department (Sophia’s father)Detective Susan Righthouse, San Diego Police Department (Sophia’s mother)Righthouse family membersSan Diego Police Department officers WHEN:Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. WHERE:City Hall, 202 C Street, 12th Floor (Council Chambers), San Diego, CA 92101last_img read more