Harry wants no repeat of Spurs debacle

first_imgHarry Redknapp has told his players there must be no repeat of their dismal display against Tottenham when they face Manchester United at Old Trafford today. Rangers were beaten 4-0 at White Hart Lane and can expect another thrashing if they produce a similar type of performance this afternoon.Recent signings such as striker Radamel Falcao are set to feature for a new-look United side full of attacking talent.But R’s boss Redknapp said: “Sometimes you can drive yourself mad thinking about the opposition. We need go out there and compete.“I felt we went to Tottenham and everybody’s worried about where they’ve got to be and in the end you forget to play yourselves.“There’s nothing like playing with energy, getting after teams, and if you do that I still think that’s the key.“They’re full of quality up front but we’ve got to get at them. We’ve got to try to do our best, when we can, to make sure we pose a threat to them.”United are overwhelming favourites but have looked vulnerable at the back this season, perhaps giving Rangers some hope of causing an upset at the ground they famously won 4-1 at on New Year’s Day 1992.“I’m sure there will be teams that get at them this year. Hopefully we can be a threat,” Redknapp added.“Anything can happen. It’s up to us to go there and work hard and give everything. It’s a great game at the fantastic stadium. If we can’t enjoy that then we shouldn’t be doing what we’re doing.”See also:The Redknapp recap: Harry on Welbeck, Faurlin, FFP and moreFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Photo: Jonathan Williams Part Of Victory Formation In Liberty Bowl After Missing Entire Season

first_imgJonathan Williams featured in victory formation during Liberty Bowl.jonthan williams victory formationThis past August, Arkansas star junior running back Jonathan Williams suffered a season-ending foot injury during a team scrimmage. Well, it was supposed to be season-ending, at least. Saturday, during the Liberty Bowl, Williams actually technically made it back on the field. With the Razorbacks holding a 45-23 lead over Kansas State in the game’s final few minutes, head coach Bret Bielema opted to put Williams on the field in the back of the team’s victory formation. Considering the fact that Williams is now headed to the NFL, it was his final few snaps of his collegiate career.In the back of that formation is senior @Jwillpart2. Thanks for the memories! #WPS #LibertyBowl pic.twitter.com/68nGRGHSW7— Razorback Nation (@RazNation) January 2, 2016I love this. @Jwillpart2 post game. Awesome seeing him on the field this year #WPS pic.twitter.com/x9WqvIdrNU— Chase Shannon (@chase_shannon) January 3, 2016Props to Bielema for figuring out a way to let Williams go out on a high note.last_img read more

Ensure staff dont flout traffic rules DCPs told

first_imgNew Delhi: After the amended motor vehicles Act came into effect on Sunday, the Delhi Traffic Police has directed DCPs to brief their staff to follow the traffic rules carefully.A letter was sent to all senior officers in Delhi Police by Joint Commissioner of Police (traffic) Meenu Choudhary. “All DCsP districts/units are directed to brief and sensitize the staff working under their operational control accordingly to follow traffic rules and regulations in true letter and spirit whether they are riding/driving police vehicles or their own private vehicles,” reads the letter, accessed by Millennium Post. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c detailsThe Joint CP also reminded other officers regarding section 210-B of the MV (amendment) ACT, 2019. As per this provision, any authority that is empowered to enforce the provision of this Act, if such authority commits an offence under this Act shall be liable for twice the penalty corresponding to that offence under this Act. Earlier, the Delhi Traffic Police through their Twitter handle alerted commuters about the revised Act. “Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019 Follow traffic rules otherwise it will cost you dearly as Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Act, 2019 with an enhanced fine amount, has come into effect,” reads one of the tweets. On Sunday, more than 3,500 challans were issued under the revised Act. All the violators were issued court challans. As many as 557 court challans were issued for dangerous driving. More than 40 challans were issued for drunken driving whereas 207 challans-red light jumping, not wearing seat belts-195 challans, without helmet-336 challans were issued.last_img read more

Schalke drop Rose interest

first_imgSchalke 04 have dropped their interest in signing Danny Rose on loan from Tottenham Hotspur this summer, according to Sky Sports.The Spurs’ defender won’t be leaving the club for Schalke this summer anymore. Rose has been looking for a way out of Tottenham all summer after falling down the pecking order but a move has failed to materialize.Reports in the German press suggested that Schalke were keen on bringing the player to the Veltins Arena on loan but the club have changed their mind as they seek more permanent option.The Bundesliga side have a budget of £6million for that position which is way below what the Spurs hierarchy would demand.Harry Kane, England‘I’ve never done it!’ Harry Kane hits back at diving claims Andrew Smyth – September 9, 2019 Tottenham striker Harry Kane has hit back against suggestions accusing him of diving twice already in the new Premier League season.Rose was left out of the club’s match-day squad that defeated Newcastle 2-1 at the St. James Park on Saturday.The left-back has been at Tottenham since 2007 scoring a beautiful goal on his debut two years later against eternal rivals Arsenal.Rose has featured on 161 different occasions for Spurs scoring 10 goals but failed to score in 17 appearances last season. A move away from the club looks very unlikely for the England international this summer, but he’ll be hoping to force a move when the January window starts.last_img read more

Paul Scholes United are dull to watch

first_imgPaul Scholes has revealed that Manchester United’s performances are making it difficult for him to watch his former club playUnited once again failed to win any of their last 4 games across all competitions and are struggling to win a home fixture since their triumph over Leicester City.However, Red Devil’s legend Paul Scholes went further to suggest the Old Trafford outfit are no longer an exciting side to watch.“We talk about them being dull and we talk about the first 10 games (of this season), but you go into last season as well,” he said.“It’s been dull to watch. I don’t know how many times we’ve sat in the studio watching games and we end up watching the other screens looking at the other games to find some goals. That’s just the way it is.“But they’re still in a strong position in the group, they’ll still go through the group. But hopefully, that Juventus game (the next one in the group) will liven it up a bit.”Jose Mourinho, Lionel MessiMourinho: “Lionel Messi made me a better coach” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho believes the experience of going up against Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi at Real Madrid made him a greater coach.Before the match, Scholes was critical of Mourinho’s tactics for the defeat at West Ham on Saturday.“I’m surprised he survived after Saturday,” he said.“The performance was that bad. The attitude and performance were nowhere near.“He’s coming out in press conference, he is constantly having a go at players, he’s having a go at people above him because he is not getting what he wants.“I think his mouth is probably out of control and I think he’s embarrassing the club.”last_img read more

Govt Committed To Survival Of Sugar Industry

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Work Permit Rules To Be Adhered To Related Items:Hon. Derrick Kellier, Sugar Industry Recommended for youcenter_img Persons Removed From Path Can Appeal To Parish Committees Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppMONTEGO BAY, Feb. 16 (JIS): Agriculture and Fisheries Minister, Hon. Derrick Kellier, says the Government is committed to ensuring the survival of the sugar industry.Speaking recently in Falmouth, Trelawny, Minister Kellier noted that sector is facing challenges, which include fall in prices, and factory closure, which have resulted in the displacement of workers.He said the Government will continue to work with industry stakeholders to address the difficulties and ensure that stability is returned to the sector in the shortest possible time.“It is a difficult time for sugar and we must face it, but all is not lost. We have to strategise now that our back is against the wall,” he noted.The Minister said the plans going forward include “transforming the industry from a sugar industry to a sugarcane industry” with a focus on multiple products such as raw sugar, molasses, refined sugar, and ethanol.“We need to look at the by-products that we can garner from the sugar cane; the bagasse that we will use to generate energy as a renewable resource, the production of ethanol…so that we can earn from other sources,” he pointed.Minister Kellier said the packaging of sugar for the retail trade represents a step in the right direction and the sector must now focus on marketing to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM).“Our call as a Government is that the entire sugar industry in Jamaica must now turn its marketing focus to CARICOM, which consumes some 300,000 tonnes of refined sugar annually, but which has no refining capacity,” Minister Kellier said. He noted that the Government will continue to provide critical infrastructure such as roads.“Right now we are committed to rehabilitating the road from Drumally to Maroon Town right through Elderslie to Maggotty to facilitate the transport of sugar cane to the Appleton Factory,” he said.He noted further that a team from the Ministry has been working with Everglades Farms “to explore and finalise other income streams for the operation of Long Pond/Hampden with a view of setting the stage for reopening the factory as soon as possible.”last_img read more

Miss Bahamas represents at Miss Universe

first_img Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #MissUniversepageant2017, #YasmineCooke Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppMiss South Africa, Demi Leigh Nell Peters#UnitedStates, November 27, 2017 – Las Vegas – Miss Bahamas Universe Yasmine Cooke should have had a wonderful time in Las Vegas at the Miss Universe Pageant despite being unable to bring the coveted crown home to the 242.    Cooke, a medical student at the University of the West Indies was a part of a stellar constellation, the largest competition ever for Miss Universe with 92 women entered as beauty ambassadors for their countries.The show unfolded at Planet Hollywood on  Sunday night and creeping close to taking the crown, once again was Caribbean country, Jamaica.   Davina Bennett got 2nd runner up in the pageant.    First runner up was Miss Colombia Laura Gonzalez and winning the title of Miss Universe 2017-2018, was Miss South Africa, Demi Leigh Nell Peters.#MagneticMediaNews#MissUniversepageant2017#YasmineCookelast_img read more

Two From Ketchikan Indicted On Federal Drug Trafficking Charges

first_imgFacebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A Ketchikan man and woman have been indicted on federal drug trafficking charges in Federal District Court today. The Ketchikan Police Department (“KPD”) and the Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”)conducted the investigation leading to the indictment in this case. Welker and Bacus were subsequently arrested by law enforcement officers on January 23, in Ketchikan. According to court records, between June 1, 2017, and Sept. 15, 2017, Welker and Bacus allegedly sold methamphetamine, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), cocaine, and heroin on numerous occasions to an undercover informant from their residence located in Ketchikan.center_img Welker and Bacus were arraigned yesterday in Juneau federal court and were ordered detained pending trial, which has been scheduled for April 2, 2018. Michael Anthony Welker, 54, and Mandy Elaine Bacus a/k/a Mandy Elaine Peters, 35, both of Ketchikan, were named in the indictment charging them with drug conspiracy.last_img read more