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She Is Almost 73, See Her NowLife Exact Brazil|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Posted in SA Rugby mag, Sharks, Springboks, Teams, Top headlines Tagged 2019 World Cup, Pat Lambie, sharks, Springboks, World Cup ‘ CNAHow is life for Cambodian boy linguist after viral fame?CNA|SponsoredSponsoredUndo ‘ Post by Dylan Jack Former Springbok Pat Lambie on life after rugby, the factors that led to his early retirement and his favourite memories from his career.You’ve been retired for more than nine months. What was the most difficult part about making that decision and what has it been like since you made the announcement?The most difficult part is knowing that I will never again be able to play a sport I love so much and I had to give up on some of my dreams and ambitions. It has been a tough time. Everything changed quite suddenly and not knowing what the future holds is daunting. But I think we are through the worst now and there is some direction. New baby, new home, new career, new chapter.After the collision with Ireland’s CJ Stander at Newlands in 2016 and the struggle with head-knock symptoms that followed, you went to play abroad. Do you think that taking a sabbatical or moving to Japan’s Top League instead of the more physical Top 14 might have been more beneficial?It’s difficult to say. A long sabbatical may have prolonged my career, but one of the reasons I had to stop playing is that no specialist could tell me what the consequences of another head knock would be, or if I would ever be able to take another big collision without experiencing symptoms. Since 2016, I haven’t been able to shake off any bangs to the head. A year or two off might not have changed that. I loved playing for Racing 92 in the Top 14 and European Champions Cup, I don’t regret that experience at all.Having said that, do you think it might have been a good move to go overseas earlier than you did?It was very refreshing to be in a different environment and out of my comfort zone. It was also refreshing to move away from some of the pressures and expectations in SA, and get back to playing with some freedom and enjoyment again. As I said, it was a special time in Paris but we were not ready to go any sooner than when we did.It seems there is a spotlight on the subject of concussion. Do you think World Rugby needs to make a more concerted effort regarding concussion protocols and player welfare?I think we are on the right track. There are programmes in place to improve player welfare and concussion management. One of the biggest issues is that the mindset of players needs to change. Concussion is still not taken seriously enough by players, who like to brush it off and get back on the horse.Most professional rugby players have the mentality of playing through the pain. How do we get to a point where players and coaches have a change in this mindset?I don’t have the answers. I can say that the more input there is from someone in a neutral position, an outsider, or someone who is able to see the bigger picture when it comes to making the right call, the better. Coaches and players get caught up in combat mode, where the next game is the most important, and the pressures of results and not missing out sometimes outweigh health considerations. Having someone external to give perspective or even make return-to-play decisions can help make things easier for coaches and players.There is perhaps a perception that head injuries aren’t as serious as other injuries. What was your experience of this?It is a perception that really needs to change. But you can sort of understand why … break a bone and there is surgery to repair it and a brace of some sort to wear afterwards, with an accepted time frame to get back on to the field. Tear a ligament or a muscle, scans will show the damage and your rehab journey begins. Some bruising is visible, maybe a scar, and the discomfort of the injury can be seen through a limp or hobble or lack of physical ability of some sorts. With your head, it is often only the symptoms side of the equation that are the problem. Scans come back clear, no operation is required and there is no brace to wear for anyone to see that something is wrong. But something is wrong. Maybe this is one of the reasons people don’t treat head injuries as seriously as others?What do you miss the most about the game?I miss a lot of things – building friendships on and off the field, how the challenge changes from week to week with each opponent, the rush of running on to the field in front of a full stadium, the adrenaline, especially in the big moments. I probably miss the change-room environment after a successful game the most.What were your favourite moments in a Springbok and Sharks jersey?The winning penalty kick for the Springboks at Ellis Park against the All Blacks in 2014, and the try in the first half of the 2010 Currie Cup final against Western Province.How did you always manage to appear so calm under intense pressure during big matches?Looks can be deceiving. I always had lots of butterflies before games and big moments. Maybe I was lucky to thrive off the adrenaline and excitement of these times.You’ve played at fullback but your preferred position was flyhalf. Who is the best scrumhalf you played alongside?I was lucky to play with some of the best for the Springboks: Fourie du Preez and Ruan Pienaar. I also really enjoyed my connection with Charl McLeod and Cobus Reinach at the Sharks too.After hearing Robbie Wessels’ dedication song, your family was in tears. What was your immediate reaction?I had to quickly brush up on my Afrikaans! It took a few takes for me to fully understand it. I couldn’t believe how complimentary and kind he was with his words – and for even writing the song in the first place.You recently became a father. How has the transition into fatherhood been?It is the most incredible feeling to be a parent. The timing of Jackson’s birth has been amazing too. So much excitement and so much to look forward to as a family.What does the future hold for you and your family?We were lucky to have been able to take a few months to transition back to life in South Africa from France. Since returning, I’ve had an opportunity to join the Collins Group, a company where I spent some time doing work experience during my playing days. They are involved in a few things, including property development, tourism, private equity and farming. I’m trying to learn as much as I can while applying some of the things I learned in the professional sporting world and through my degree. My involvement has mostly been on the property development side. It is really impressive to see a company that is pouring so much investment back into South Africa and trying to create positive sentiment. 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Photo: “Sevilla”The Spanish football club “Sevilla” reached the UEFA European League final in Cologne on Sunday and will compete for the second most prestigious trophy on the Old Continent for the sixth time in history.The Seville footballers beat the English club Manchester “United” in the semifinals with the result 2: 1 (1: 1).After Markus Rešford was hit in the penalty area in the ninth minute and a “pendulum” was assigned to the “Sevilla” goal. Brunu Fernandes scored on the 11-meter penalty kick, sending the ball into the goal, reaching 1: 0.In the 26th minute of the game, the Spanish club used United’s superficial play in defense, Suso reached 1: 1 without hindrance.The result of the fight did not change until the 78th minute, when after the center of Hessus Navas, Luke de Jongs sent the ball into the net from a few meters mark – 2: 1 in favor of “Sevilla”. De Jongs only got into the match in the 56th minute, coming to a substitution.“Sevilla” is a five-time UEFA European League champion and has won all the finals in which he played – titles won in 2006, 2007, 2014, 2015 and 2016.In the second semi-final on Monday in Düsseldorf, Milan’s Inter will compete with Donetsk’s Shahtar.The final in Cologne is expected on August 21.Last year, Arsenal won the UEFA European League final in a duel with two London clubs, Chelsea, 4: 1.In the Europa League this season, the final was to take place in Gdansk, but after the final tournament is awarded to German cities, the Poles will host the match next year. Two years later, the final is scheduled for Seville, and in 2023 – in Budapest.
COMMENT LIVE TV Apart from being a superstar fighter, Paige VanZant is also a renowned celebrity who has appeared in several talk shows and boasts 2.6 million Instagram followers. Paige VanZant revealed that she has made more money from her social media handles as compared to her fighting career in UFC. Raj Sarkar Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 10th July, 2020 13:23 IST Paige VanZant Claims She Earns More Money From Instagram Than Fighting In UFC UFC news: Star UFC fighter Paige VanZant has recently revealed that she makes more money from her Instagram posts than fighting in the UFC. While speaking with Ariel Helwani, Paige VanZant said, “I make way more money sitting at home, posting pictures on Instagram, than I do fighting. When I did my contract negotiation the last time, the talk was, ‘I can’t pay you more than a female champion. Okay, but why are you comparing me to just women? All of us should be getting paid more in general. I want a significant pay raise, to be completely honest. I’ve just been extremely accomplished outside of the UFC, as well as inside of the UFC. Five wins in the UFC, four finishes, I’ve been main event twice, and I think someone with those accolades should be paid more.” First Published: 10th July, 2020 13:23 IST A number of UFC superstars including the likes of A-listers like Jon Jones and Jorge Masvidal recently accused the promotion of being stingy with their “deserving” paycheques, which was followed by a heated skirmish between UFC chief Dana White and the respective celebrity fighters. However, Jon Jones and Jorge Masvidal weren’t the only two to voice their opinion as star UFC women’s fighter Paige VanZant echoed some similar thoughts after she claimed she earns more money with her Instagram posts than fighting in the UFC. “PVZ” recently voiced her frustration towards the differences in the pay scale of women and men fighters in UFC, which has caught the attention of MMA fans.Also Read | Paige VanZant career earnings: Why Was Kamaru Usman’s Father Muhammed Usman Arrested? Kamaru Gets Cheered In Prison TooPaige VanZant UFC: Paige VanZant says earn more from Instagram than UFC WATCH US LIVE Also Read | Paige VanZant career earnings: How To Watch UFC 251 In South Africa? UFC Fight Date, Time And Live Streaming DetailsPaige VanZant UFC: Paige VantZant upcoming fightPaige VanZant is all set to compete in the upcoming UFC 251 PPV, the inaugural event of UFC Fight Island on July 12, Sunday (IST). PVZ will face Amanda Ribas at Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. Currently, Paige VanZant boasts an MMA record of 8 wins and four losses and she’s 5-3 in the UFC.Also Read | Paige VanZant career earnings: Who Is Mike Perry’s Girlfriend Latory Gonzalez? Everything About The UFC Star DuoAlso Read | Paige VanZant career earnings: How To Watch UFC 251 Episode 2: UFC 251 Embedded 2 Details And PreviewImage courtesy: UFC & Paige VanZant Instagram FOLLOW US
Taco Charlton on Cowboys: ‘We will get to see who is right and who is wrong’ “The point was to score as many points as we could,” Harbaugh told reporters after the game. “Every one of those (conversion attempts), clear analytical decisions to go for two.”I could just tell you analytically, like, if you look at the numbers, it’s not even close. So you understand in terms of the percentage of chances to win the game. I’m just telling you. That’s what the analytics say. That’s what it says. That’s how it works.” Related News The signal-caller threw for 267 yards against Kansas City and rushed for another 46 and a score. He’s on the same page as Harbaugh when it comes to the Ravens’ goals.”We’re trying to score points,” Jackson said. “The Chiefs have a great offense, an explosive offense. Our job is to finish, keep our defense on the sideline as much as we can. And we didn’t do that today. We started doing it toward the end, but it was too late.”Baltimore dropped to 2-1 following the loss to Kansas City and will host the Browns in Week 4. Brian Flores says quarterback Josh Rosen was ‘all right’ in first start with Dolphins The Ravens failed to convert three two-point conversion attempts in a 33-28 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday but John Harbaugh believes his aggressive play-calling was the right approach.The Baltimore coach was focused on offensive production and putting points on the board and said analytics made the decisions logical. The Ravens went toe to toe with one of the NFL’s most explosive offenses in Kansas City, and Baltimore will keep depending on quarterback Lamar Jackson’s dual-threat abilities.”We had a mindset that we were going to come in and try and score as many points as we could,” Harbaugh said. “That’s what we tried to do. I know we all felt the same way — Lamar (Jackson) felt the same way, we all did. We’re going to keep playing that way just for the record.”Baltimore is averaging just over 36 points per game in 2019, and Jackson’s improvement as a passer in his second season has a lot to do with it. Giants win Daniel Jones’ debut after Buccaneers miss last-second field goal
From Thursday’s Daniel Jones-Tom Brady showdown to Sunday’s inevitability disastrous Washington-Miami “toilet bowl” game, this week’s NFL slate serves up plenty of snackable matchups.Here’s a look at Week 6’s Bullet Points from Omnisport’s data-driven Stats Perform colleagues. (If you like what’s served up see here, check out @StatsbySTATS each Sunday on Twitter.) Pittsburgh is 1-4 for the first time since 2013 and hasn’t lost five of its first six games since 1988. The Steelers hold the longest active streak of not starting out 1-5 or worse, with the Broncos (1994) the only other team not to do so prior to 1995.With Ben Roethlisberger and Mason Rudolph injured, Devlin Hodges is expected to be the first undrafted rookie to start at quarterback for the Steelers since Kent Nix in 1967. Only once since the 1970 AFL-merger have the Steelers had three starting quarterbacks in a season’s first six games. That came in 2010, the year Roethlisberger began the season serving a four-game suspensionJoey Bosa has had at least a half-sack in six consecutive home games, the longest streak by a Chargers player since Marcellus Wiley did so in eight straight from 2001-02. Bosa’s 31.5 sacks are tied with J.J. Watt for the second-most among active players through 40 career games, trailing only Von Miller (35).MONDAYLions (2-1-1) at Packers (4-1), 8:15 p.m. (ESPN)Since losing an NFL-record 23 consecutive road games to the Packers from 1992 to 2014, the Lions have left with a win in three of their last four visits to Lambeau Field. Detroit’s 31-0 win over the Packers in last year’s season finale was its largest margin of victory in Green Bay since a 40-0 rout in 1970.Matthew Stafford needs 352 passing yards to become the fastest player in NFL history to reach 40,000 for his career. Matt Ryan currently holds the record with 151 games, while Stafford will play in his 146th game Monday.Green Bay ranks 27th in the NFL with a 30.5 percent conversion rate on third downs. The Packers are the first team since the 2010 Bears to start a season 4-1 while converting under 30.5 percent on third downs THURSDAY(All Times Eastern)Giants (2-3) at Patriots (5-0), 8:20 p.m. (NFL)Including victories in Super Bowl XLII and XLVI, the Giants have won three of their last five matchups against the Patriots. All five of these games have been decided by four points or fewer. New England took the most recent matchup, 27-26, in Week 10 in 2015, on a game-winning 54-yard field goal by Stephen Gostkowski with one second remaining in the fourth quarter.Daniel Jones was sacked four times in New York’s 28-10 loss against the Vikings in Week 5. New England leads the NFL with 24 sacks this season; the Patriots have recorded at least five sacks in four consecutive games, the longest streak by any team since the Cowboys also did so in four straight games in 2008. The last team with five or more sacks in five straight games was the Chiefs in 1997.Tom Brady upped his career passing yards total to 71,923 in New England’s 33-7 win in Week 5, passing Brett Favre (71,838) for third in NFL history. Brady needs 18 passing yards this week to overtake Peyton Manning (71,940) for second on the all-time list behind Drew Brees (74,845).SUNDAYPanthers (3-2) at Buccaneers (2-3), 9:30 a.m. (NFL Network)Christian McCaffrey leads the NFL with 866 yards from scrimmage this season, the most by any player through five team games of a season since Hall of Famer Jim Brown had 988 in 1963. McCaffrey tied a career high with 237 scrimmage yards (176 rushing, 61 receiving) in Week 5; he is the only player in the NFL with multiple games with 200-plus yards from scrimmage this season (Week 1 vs. Rams, 209).Carolina’s Mario Addison ranks third in the NFL with 6.5 sacks, trailing only Tampa Bay’s Shaquil Barrett (9.0) and Cleveland’s Myles Garrett (7.0). Despite not recording a sack in Week 5, Barrett’s nine sacks are the most by a linebacker through five games in a season since the Colts’ Robert Mathis had 9.5 in 2013.Tampa Bay’s Chris Godwin leads the NFL in touchdown receptions (6) and ranks third in receiving yards (511) behind Michael Thomas (543) and Amari Cooper (512). Godwin’s 511 receiving yards are the second most through five team games in a season in franchise history (Keyshawn Johnson, 548 in 2001). Godwin has five games with at least 100 receiving yards since Week 13 in 2018, most in the NFL over that time.Redskins (0-5) at Dolphins (0-4), 1 p.m. (Fox)The Dolphins have a -137 point differential in 2019, the lowest mark in NFL history through any team’s first four games in a season. Miami is the second team all-time to lose each of its first four games of a season by at least 20 points (also 1954 Redskins).Miami’s defense is allowing opponents to convert on 57.8 percent of their third downs, the worst percentage in the NFL. Washington ranks 31st in the NFL in this measure, allowing its opponents to convert on 56.5 percent of their third-down attempts.Adrian Peterson leads Washington with 108 rushing yards this season, the fewest by any NFL team’s current leading rusher. Peterson’s 108 rushing yards are the fewest by any team’s rushing leader through five games in a season in the last 75 years.Saints (4-1) at Jaguars (2-3), 1 p.m. (CBS)Teddy Bridgewater is 3-0 as a starter this year, completing at least 70 percent of his passes in each start. He’s the first QB in Saints history to win his first three starts of a season while completing at least 70 percent of his passes in each one.Gardner Minshew II has 1,004 passing yards and no interceptions in his four career starts to date. He joins Dak Prescott as the only QBs in NFL history to throw for at least 1,000 yards with no interceptions over their first four career starts.The Jaguars have had at least 450 yards of offense in each of their last two games, the third time in franchise history they have done that in back-to-back games. They have never done so in three straight games.Bengals (0-5) at Ravens (3-2), 1 p.m. (CBS)The Bengals and Ravens have split 46 all-time meetings, with each winning 23 times. The Bengals have won two of the last three meetings and eight of the last 11. The teams have combined for at least 45 points in each of the last three meetings.The Ravens rush for 102 more yards per game than their opponents, second best in the NFL (49ers +118.2), and the Bengals get outrushed by 106.4 yards per game, second worst in the NFL (Mia -124.0).Lamar Jackson has 947 passing yards and 302 rushing yards in the last four games. He is just the second NFL player ever to have at least 900 passing yards and 300 rushing yards in a four-game span (within a single season) – the other was Randall Cunningham with the Eagles in 1990.Seahawks (4-1) at Brown (2-3), 1 p.m. (Fox)Russell Wilson threw four touchdowns and zero interceptions in Seattle’s Week 5 win, improving his touchdown-interception ratio to 12-0 this season. Wilson’s career 3.30 touchdown-interception ratio is currently the second-highest in NFL history behind Aaron Rodgers (4.25; min. 1,500 pass att.).Baker Mayfield has thrown an NFL-high eight interceptions this season, and his 22 interceptions since the beginning of 2018 are also the most in the NFL. Mayfield set career lows in completions (8), completion percentage (36.4%), passing yards (100) and yards per attempt (4.6) in Cleveland’s loss to San Francisco on Monday.Odell Beckham Jr. has just 23 receptions on 43 targets in five games this season. Beckham has recorded exactly two receptions in each of his last two games; he had just one game with two (or fewer) receptions in his 59 games with the Giants from 2014-18.Eagles (3-2) at Vikings (3-2), 1 p.m. (Fox)Carson Wentz attempted 29 passes against the Jets while the Eagles ran the ball 29 times. Philadelphia is 18-18 when Wentz attempts at least 30 passes compared to 8-1 when he has under 30 attempts.After registering three sacks in their first four games, the Eagles got 10 in their 31-6 win over the Jets, one shy of the franchise record (11 vs. Dallas on 9/15/1991). Under defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz (since 2016), Philadelphia is 26-11 when picking up multiple sacks compared to 6-10 with one or fewer.Minnesota averages 166.4 rush yards per game, third most in the NFL behind San Francisco (200) and Baltimore (192.2). Philadelphia allows just 63 rush yards per game, fewest in the NFL.Texans (3-2) at Chiefs (4-1), 1 p.m. (CBS)Houston had 53 points and 592 total yards in a win over Atlanta last week, both of which were the second-most in a game in franchise history. The Texans had 10 plays of 20-plus yards in that game, the most in franchise history.The Chiefs were held to just 13 points in their home loss to Indianapolis last week, their fewest in a game with Patrick Mahomes at quarterback. The loss snapped Kansas City’s NFL-record 25-game streak of scoring at least 25 points.Mahomes is the first player in NFL history to have 300-plus passing yards and zero interceptions in each of his first five games of a season. However, Mahomes has thrown just one touchdown pass over his last two games after throwing 10 in his first three games of the season.Falcons (1-4) at Cardinals (1-3-1), 4:05 p.m. (Fox)The Falcons have committed 11 turnovers, tied with the Giants and Redskins for most in the NFC, while the Cardinals have coughed it up just four times, tied with the Bears and the Packers for fewest in the conference. League-wide, teams are 44-14-1 (.754) this season when winning the turnover battle.Matt Ryan has thrown for at least 300 yards in three consecutive games, all Falcons losses. Only three quarterbacks have ever done this in four straight games: Philip Rivers (SD) in 2015, Matt Schaub (Hou) in 2010 and Bill Kenney (KC) in 1983.Kyler Murray ran for 93 yards in the win over the Bengals, the most by a Cardinals QB in the Super Bowl Era. He also scored a rushing touchdown, becoming the third rookie QB in the last two seasons to rush for at least 90 yards and score a rush TD (Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen in 2018).49ers (4-0) at Rams (3-2), 4:05 p.m. (Fox)The Niners have opened a season 4-0 for the first time since 1990. San Francisco has 800 rush yards in its first four games, its most since rushing for 826 yards in the first four games of the 1959 season.San Francisco has 27 rush plays of 10 or more yards this season, tied with Minnesota for the most in the NFL. Los Angeles has allowed at least 10 yards on 13.9 percent of opponent rushes, fourth highest in the NFC over that span.Jared Goff has thrown seven interceptions in 2019, matching his total from 15 starts in 2017, and five shy of his 12 in 16 starts in 2018. Goff’s teams are 11-11 when he throws at least one interception – after losing the first six such games, the Rams won the next eight, but have since lost five of the last eight.Titans (2-3) at Broncos (1-4), 4:25 p.m. (CBS)The Titans franchise hasn’t won a game in Denver since October 4, 1987, a game that was played by strike-replacement players. The last time the Titans (then the Houston Oilers) won a non-strike game in Denver was November 2, 1980. In Tennessee’s last visit to Denver in 2013, Matt Prater set the NFL record for the longest ever field goal – a 64-yarder in a 51-28 Broncos win.The Titans have turned the ball over just once this season, becoming the sixth team in the Super Bowl era with one or zero turnovers through five games of a season. The Broncos’ three takeaways are tied for the third fewest in the NFL this year.Phillip Lindsay is averaging 5.23 yards per rush in his career, the fourth-highest mark through 20 career games since the NFL-AFL merger (minimum 200 rushes). He had five runs of at least 10 yards last week against the Chargers after doing so only once through Week 4.Cowboys (3-2) at Jets (0-4), 4:25 p.m. (CBS)Sam Darnold is expected back under center for the Jets after missing three games due to mononucleosis. Since the start of last season, New York averages 21.7 points per game when Darnold starts, compared to 11.3 in games he has missed. Dating back to last December, Darnold has gone 155 passes without an interception.Dak Prescott passed for a career-high 463 yards against the Packers last week but was intercepted three times, matching his career worst. It was the first regular-season loss ever for the ‘Boys in a game in which Prescott passed for 275 or more yards; the team had been 10-0 in such games.After scoring 97 points in opening the season 3-0, the Cowboys scored only 34 points in dropping their next two games. They managed a season-low 257 yards in a Week 4 loss at New Orleans, then dropped a 34-24 home game to Green Bay on Sunday despite piling up 563 yards, fifth-most in team history. Dallas has six giveaways in its last two games (only two previously).Steelers (1-4) at Chargers (2-3), 8:20 p.m. (NBC)
IN SPORT.ES 26/09/2018 Sepa cuánto debe pagar el Manchester United para echar a Mourinho Upd. on 27/09/2018 at 10:35 CEST Sport EN Jose Mourinho’s future at Manchester United hangs by a thread, but it is a very expensive one. The most recent results the team has suffered, including elimination from the Carabao Cup, have put Mourinho in danger. However Manchester United directors are hesitant to sack him. Mourinho renewed his contract in January until 2020, for 15m euros a season. That is the figure that they are afraid of paying him if they let him go. Even though the fans support Mou, the board are hoping he packs up and walks away, so they can save on his goodbye payment. The situation is uncomfortable. The Sun: Paul Pogba will leave United for Barça in January RELATED STORIES
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A squad of eleven from The Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Gym will travel to Tuscany at the end of the month as part of an almost 50 strong IKF Irish Kickboxing Team to take part in the 2016 Unified World Martial Arts Championships.A huge thanks to all of our sponsors for helping with the fundraising and indeed to everybody who took part in our Annual 5k road run, our Kickathon, our bag packing in Dunnes Stores Terryland and anyone who came and supported our fund raising Fight Night in the Clayton on August 6th and perhaps bought a raffle ticket.To everyone who bought a ticket for our giant Easter egg last April or supported our cause in any way.In return, we will once again promise to do our utmost to bring back even more honours to the City Of The Tribes as we take part in the largest Martial Arts Championships on the planet Earth.Without all this help from lots of good, kind hearted people, we would surely struggle to field such a strong team so once again, thank you one and all so much.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Tomorrow is the first time ever that Galway has had a home game in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship and is also the first time since 2011 when Galway beat Clare in the Qualifiers that there is an All-Ireland Senior hurling Championship game in Pearse Stadium. The Galway Team to face Kilkenny tomorrow in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship shows no changes from the team that beat Offaly in the opening round two weeks ago. James Skehill retains his place in goal while Brian Concannon of Killimordaly, who shot 2-1 on his debut, starts again. There are 13 of the team that started the All Ireland Final. The Galway Team is…1 James Skehill2 Adrian Tuohy3 Daithi Burke4 John Hanbury5 Padraig Mannion6 Gearoid McInerney7 Aidan Harte8 Johnny Coen9 David Burke Capt10 Cathal Mannion11 Joe Canning12 Joseph Cooney13 Conor Whelan14 Conor Cooney15 Brian Concannonprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
AARON RAMSEY and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have been accused conspiring to create the worst kick-off ever in Arsenal’s loss to Tottenham last night.The moment of madness set the tone for the Gunners who went on to lose 2-0 and miss out on a chance for some silverware in the Carabao Cup.3 Aaron Ramsey and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang combined for an awful kick-offCredit: SkyPreparing for the big match, Ramsey inexplicably booted the ball straight to Son Heung-min with the first kick of the game, with Aubameyang seemingly not focusing.Son later went on to score the first with a well-taken strike, before Dele Alli sealed it with a sublime chip over Petr Cech.But fans were more concerned by the dreadful kick-off and took to Twitter to vent…One user simply tweeted: “Worst kick off ever #ARSTOT”.3 Aaron Ramsey booted the ball straight to Son Heung-min to start the gameCredit: Sky3 Tottenham quickly gained possession after the dreadful kick-offCredit: SkyAnother added: “Worst kick off I’ve ever seen since I’ve been watching football. Only Arsenal can do that. They surely know how to set those records.”A third claimed: “Set the tone, for the whole match…”Elsewhere in the game, Dele Alli was struck on the head by a bottle thrown from the crowd, before responding with a “2-0” hand gesture.Meanwhile, Mesut Ozil inspired the anger of Arsenal fans after a tweet posted at the weekend horribly backfired as he failed to make the squad for the Spurs loss.Dele Alli has a plastic bottle thrown at him in Arsenal vs Spurs Carabao Cup tieMORE ARSENAL STORIESSTILL GOT IT!Philip jokes with soldier about weight at ceremony 3 years after retirementSTAR POWERMeghan ‘needs to be admired’ & Kate is ‘the peacemaker’ according to star signsHEIR WE AREInside Prince Charles’ study full of family snaps & a sweet tribute to CamillaROOM WITH A VIEWInside Camilla’s living room with family pics & painting of Prince CharlesCHEEKY CHARLIECharles & Camilla’s ‘secret’ relationship is ‘fun, naughty & spontaneous’Not your queenWhy will Camilla not be Queen when Prince Charles is King?CAM OFF IT!Man, 53, says Megxit is cover-up to hide that he’s Charles & Camilla’s sonREIGN AND SHINEFrom Harry’s love life to Andrew scandal – what the 2010s meant for royalsROYAL HONOURWhy The Queen wears five poppies, Meghan Markle has one & Kate opts for threeROYAL HONOURMeghan and Harry honour our heroes at Westminster’s Field of RemembranceUnai Emery gives frosty response about Mesut Ozil’s future and says bottle-throwing is ‘not good behaviour’