SPURS NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest news on Spurs”I think I mixed up one of the players but it all happens in the shootout, with the nerves and adrenaline.”It means Tottenham chief Jose Mourinho has now lost all seven shootouts as a manager in England.And it put Norwich in the last eight for the first time in 28 years.most read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticMAKE YOUR DEBUT Bet £5 get £20 in free bets for new customers at LadbrokesJan Vertonghan had found an embarrassing amount of space to thud home a headed opener for Spurs early on.But Josip Drmic took the tie into its goalless extra time by bundling home on 78 minutes.Then, even if Norwich’s name turns out not to be written on the cup, the key to their victory was maybe a message on a bottle to leave Tottenham canned.5 Having bottled up his emotions, hero keeper Tim Krul lets them all outCredit: AFP or licensors TIM KRUL was a genie with a bottle as he sprinkled FA Cup magic on Norwich City to bring his childhood dream of being a shootout hero to life.He saved two penalties after writing the names of Tottenham’s spot-kick takers on his water bottle, plus their predicted way of shooting.5 Not quite written on the cup, but a message on a bottle helped Norwich into the quarter-finals for the first time since 1992Credit: Getty Images – Getty5 Tim Krul celebrates his crucial penalty from Gedson Fernandes with Norwich team-mate Grant HanleyCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd5 Canary stops Parrott – as Norwich stopper Tim Krul foiled Spurs sub Troy Parrott in the shootoutCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd5And after the 3-2 shootout win following a 1-1 draw earned the Premier League’s bottom side a quarter-final tie at home to Derby or Manchester United, Krul lifted the lid on his “big emotions”.He was slated by some observers for taking his time between Spurs penalties.But maybe that dubious tactic worked as he blocked spot-kicks from Troy Parrott and Gedson Fernandes, while Erik Lamela hit the bar.I had it on my bottle. I think I mixed up one of the players but it all happens in the shootout, with the nerves and adrenaline. Tim KrulThe delighted Dutchman sprinted the length of the pitch to celebrate with the Canaries’ 9,000 travelling fans and told the BBC: “When this happens you realise why you do it for.“As a little boy you want to save penalties and get your club through to the next round. Big emotions today.“I was so close to the first one but me and my goalie coach are always doing the homework. I had it on my bottle.
Sergio Aguero celebrates scoring for Manchester City 1 Manchester City are looking to Sergio Aguero to get fit again to spearhead their Champions League challenge in the New Year.The Argentine striker scored the crucial goals to get City through to the last 16 of the competition, where they now face Spanish giants Barcelona.Aguero is likely to be out for up to six weeks with a knee injury and has until February 24 before the Catalans come to Manchester for the first leg.Fellow Argentine Willy Caballero admits his team-mate his crucial to any potential City success.The experienced goalkeeper told Cadena Cope Radio station: “We hope Kun recovers soon.“He was on such a good run before his injury. His performance against Bayern Munich [in the group stage] allowed us to dream and now we hope he will play against Barca.”
But the former Chelsea star almost scored one of the most embarrassing own goals of all-time in Arsenal’s 2-0 defeat against the Premier League champions.Cech attempted a pass across the face of his own goal that almost crept into his unguarded goal to the horror of new Arsenal boss Unai Emery.Leverkusen’s English account picked up on Cech’s narrow escape, replying to one tweet highlighting the error.“We might know a guy…” they tweeted, seemingly suggesting their former number one Leno would be more adept at implementing Emery’s vision of passing out from the defence.That was followed by a video of Leno playing out from the back in a game for the German side, with the caption: “In case you were all wondering how to play out from the back…”Retweeted over 2,200 times, plenty of supporters of both clubs found the reply humorous, but Cech took to Twitter to post a reply on Monday evening, criticising the post.“@Arsenal we share important values which make us a big club not only on the football side. Fair competition, professionalism and sportsmanship are the biggest ones you teach young footballers and it’s sad to see when other clubs don’t share the same values. @bayer04_en ,” Cech wrote.Leverkusen’s account replied to Cech’s tweet soon after – saying their original “joke” had been taken more personally than it should have been.It read: “Hi Petr. It seems our joke about wanting to see Leno, our former player, in action has been taken a bit more harshly/personally than intended. It was only a bit of banter. We’re all for the values you’ve stated and wish you and your big club all the best. Nice 1v1 save on Aguero!”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Arsenal’s Petr Cech was involved in a Twitter feud © AFP / Adrian DENNISLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 13 – Petr Cech became embroiled in a social media spat with Bayer Leverkusen after the Bundesliga club’s Twitter account mocked an error made by the Arsenal goalkeeper against Manchester City.Cech was selected to face City on Sunday ahead of new Arsenal signing Bernd Leno, who joined the Gunners from Leverkusen in the close season.
Over the years, Yagman has represented plaintiffs, at times successfully, who accused the LAPD of brutality in civil cases in which he often called a parade of city officials to the stand. He was selected as special prosecutor in the case against FBI agent Lon Horiuchi over the siege by federal agents in the area known as Ruby Ridge. More recently, he represented a Guantanamo Bay inmate who argued he was being unfairly detained. For more news and observations about crime in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, check out the Daily News’ crime blog by clicking here.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Venice civil rights attorney Stephen Yagman, who often sparred with the Los Angeles Police Department and represented unpopular defendants, could be sentenced by a federal judge today for tax evasion and other offenses. Yagman, 63, was convicted by a jury in June of 19 felonies, including bankruptcy fraud and 17 counts of money laundering. He has been free on $100,000 bond. At yesterday’s four-hour, 30-minute sentencing hearing, Yagman portrayed himself as a remorseful, yet sloppy lawyer, blaming his criminal acts on pain medication and grief over his relatives’ deaths. Yagman said he thought it wasn’t a crime to file tax returns but not to pay taxes. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat KingsAfter his 1998 suspension by the State Bar of California, Yagman had three surgeries on his back and was taking the drugs Vicodin and prednisone, he said. The drugs made him paranoid when the Internal Revenue Service began demanding back taxes, he said. As a result, he didn’t pay the taxes he owed. “That was stupid,” Yagman said. “That was my fault.” The deaths of an aunt and uncle in late 1999 sent him into an emotional tailspin, leaving him unable to deal with his financial problems, he said. Yagman also said he took more than $700,000 from his elderly relatives in order to invest for them in the stock market. U.S. District Judge Stephen Wilson called Yagman’s explanations “difficult to swallow.”
Bayern face Benfica in their Champions League second leg on Wednesday 1 Check out this video of Bayern Munich preparing for the second leg of their Champions League tie with Benfica on Wednesday.The Germans scraped a 1-0 win against their Portuguese opponents in the first leg last week with Arturo Vidal scoring the only goal of the game after only a minute.The result was far from convincing, meaning Wednesday’s match will be a lot tighter than initially expected, but you would not guess it from Bayern’s training routine.Thiago Alcantara, Douglas Costa, Rafinha and Thomas Muller showed off their juggling skills at their Munich training ground.Check out the video below and let us know your predictions for the game!
DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUEREPORTS Old Orchard Inn Saturday Division One / Glencar Inn Saturday Division TwoPromotion /Relegation Play-OffKilmacrennan Celtic 2 Donegal Town Reserves 1Kilmacrennan Celtic Reserves retained their Saturday Division One status when they defeated Donegal Town Reserves in this play-off match at Diamond Park, Ballyare. Playing with the aid of a strong breeze it was the Donegal men who took an early lead. Club captain John Paul Byrne got the goal. Kilmacrennan equalised on thirty minutes when Timmy Burke scored. Cathal Gallagher got the winner on sixty five minutes. Both sides will contest the same Divisions as they did in the 2012/’13 season. Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionRathmullan Celtic 4 Glenea United 4Dara Patton who had the final say in the destination of the 2012/’13 Donegal League Premier Division title as he scored the equaliser for Rathmullan Celtic against Glenea United to leave the final score 4-4 when the sides met today at Flagpole Park. Picture by Gary Foy.An injury time equaliser from Darragh Gunnar Solskjaer broke Glenea United’s title dreams. The striker completed his hat-trick to level proceedings at 4-4 after an exhilarating affair at the Flagpole to deny Glenea a second consecutive title and hand the honours to Lifford Celtic who defeated Dunkineely Celtic 2-0 away to end a 40 year wait for glory.The defending champions Glenea got off to a dream start when Kevin Barry found the target after just two minutes to signal their intentions for the afternoon. Patton equalised in the 10th minute with a superlative free kick from 20 yards out into the top corner. Barry put the visitors ahead for the second time on twelve minutes when the striker took advantage of a goalmouth scramble following an in swinging Barry Mc Ginley free kick from the left wing.Cue the second half fireworks that ultimately would decide the destination of the title. Patton levelled proceedings to grab his second following a goal mouth scramble following on from a Paddy Sheridan free kick in the 50th minute. As tensions grew, Barry saw his strike from the edge of the area come crashing off the crossbar as Glenea pushed for that crucial lead that would put them in the driving seat. The Hoops talismanic centre-half Seany Barrett found himself inside the Glenea area following a corner kick which he duly drove home inside the area to give the Seasiders the lead on 60 minutes. The visitors pushed hard for an equaliser which they goton 70 minutes when Padraig Mc Gee scored from the penalty spot. The finale of finales unfolded as Glenea regained the lead. Michael Barry beat the Rathmullan off-side trap as he chased a long clearance. He got to the ball ahead of the outrushing Ian Strain. With the custodian committed Barry poked the ball into the unguarded net. The Hoops almost immediately pushed for an equaliser and with injury time almost up their star striker duly obliged with a typical goal scorer’s instinctive finish from inside the area following a corner kick. Four Four it ended, two hat-tricks, plenty of action, good attendance, this match had it all.Referee: Kevin LogueDunkineely Celtic 0 Lifford Celtic 2The was great tension in both camps as the final league game of the season unfolded at Darney Park. Both teams needed to win and hope results elsewhere went in their favour. Dunkineely playing with the strong breeze had the better of things in the opening half yet went in a goal down at half time. Playing some attractive football the home team created a number of chances but failed to convert them. Lifford took the lead on 37 minutes when a harmless looking cross from the right took a wicked bounce at the last moment and went past the keeper into the net. Despite this setback Dunkineely kept pressing and almost equalised when Shane Mc Whinnie’s shot, following a corner, was cleared off the line. Lifford pressed in the second half for a second goal to seal victory but good defending by Dunkineely kept them at bay. The home side found chances hard to come by against a well organised visiting defence and the nearest they came to scoring was when Patrick White’s shot was turned around the post by Lee White. Lifford got their second on 85 minutes when Jude Patton scored from close range.Both teams then had an anxious wait on results from elsewhere before the celebrations began for Lifford after a wait of 42 years. Dunkineely now face a playoff with Cranford on Sunday next in Ballyare to see which of them will be playing Premier Division football next season.St. Catherines 2 Lagan Harps 1St. Catherines played host to Lagan Harps on Sunday in Emerald Park. Both teams started the game very brightly and it was the Saints who took the lead on 19 minutes when Stephen Leslie swung the ball into the Lagan box and it was flicked on by Jason Noctor to Luke Kelly who put the ball into the Lagan net to put the Saints one up. On 30 minutes Daniel Breslin had a free kick from outside the box but it went over the bar. Then on 37 minutes Lagan had a good shot but it was well saved by the Saints keeper. Yet again Lagan had another headed chance but again it was well saved by the Saints keeper. Daniel Breslin had a shot that went just over the bar on 41 minutes. The 2nd half began with Lagan looking to get back on level terms and they started the sharper and they created a couple of chances but they came to nothing. On 55 minutes Lagan had another header that went just over the bar. Then in the 59th minute Lagan were given a free kick and it was put into the Saints box and it was headed into the Saints net to make the scoreline 1-1. Both teams pushed very hard to try and get the winning goal and on 81 minutes Daniel Breslin went down the line and put in a brilliant cross to the back post and there was Barry Cannon to head the ball into the Lagan net to make the score 2-1 to the Saints. In the final 9 minutes Lagan pushed the Saints hard to try and get level but the Saints defence held out and they went on to get the three points.Kilmacrennan Celtic 3 Castlefin Celtic 1Kilmac ended the season picking up 3 points by defeating Castlefin. In a game that was reversed to Castlefin, it was Kilmac who settled quickest. Kilmac almost opened the scoring on twenty minutes when Gavin Gorman crossed for the in-rushing Timmy Burke. The breakthrough came on the half hour when Ryan Shields crossed for Michael McLaughlin who scored from close range. Castlefin equalised when Liam McBride’s attempted clearance was mishit and somehow spun back into the net for the most freakish of goals.The second half was a lacklustre affair, it took a penalty save from Kilmac’s McBride to spur Kilmac into life with twenty minutes remaining. Kilmac took the lead five minutes later when Burke put Eddie Doherty through on goal. Doherty flicked the ball over the head of the out rushing Castlefin keeper and coolly headed in from ten yards. Doherty was involved in Kilmac’s third and final goal ten minutes later. His pin point cross was met on the volley by his brother Johnny for a spectacular finish to the game.Referee: Paddy MartinMilford United 0 Gweedore Celtic 1Milford lost to Gweedore in the final game of season. Milford dominated the first half with good chances through Cathal Mc Gettigan and Brendan Murray. Gweedore had good chance which was well stopped by Caolan Mc Gettigan. Gweedore took the lead when they were awarded a penalty when PJ Hagan handled. Milford pushed for a goal but Gweedore defended great with Michael Mc Kelvey outstandingDONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUERESULTSOld Orchard Inn Saturday Division One / Glencar Inn Saturday Division TwoPromotion /Relegation Play-OffKilmacrennan Celtic 2 v 1 Donegal Town ReservesBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionRathmullan Celtic 4 v 4 Glenea UnitedDunkineely Celtic 0 v 2 Lifford CelticSt. Catherines 2 v 1 Lagan HarpsKilmacrennan Celtic 3 v 1 Castlefin CelticMilford United 0 v 1 Gweedore CelticLeague table for Brian McCormick Sports Premier LeagueTeam Played Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Diff PointsLifford Celtic FC 18 13 4 1 36 17 19 40Glenea United 18 12 3 3 45 24 21 39Rathmullan Celtic 18 9 5 4 46 24 22 31Milford United FC 18 10 7 1 33 26 7 31Kilmacrennan Celtic FC 18 8 7 3 31 26 5 27St Catherines FC 18 7 8 3 32 31 1 24Gweedore Celtic 18 7 9 2 18 30 -12 23Dunkineely Celtic FC 18 5 9 4 35 40 -5 19Lagan Harps FC 18 6 11 1 20 43 -23 19Castlefin Celtic 18 0 14 4 15 50 -35 4League table for Watson Hire Division OneTeam Played Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Diff PointsDonegal Town FC 18 13 3 2 40 19 21 41Curragh Athletic FC 18 11 1 6 50 12 38 39Cranford FC 18 10 6 2 43 25 18 32Cappry Rovers 18 9 6 3 39 25 14 30Eany Celtic FC 18 9 6 3 34 26 8 30Drumoghill FC 18 8 8 2 32 33 -1 26Keadue Rovers FC 18 6 6 6 33 32 1 24Ballybofey United FC 18 3 8 7 21 36 -15 16Arranmore United 18 3 14 1 17 49 -32 10Raphoe Town 18 1 15 2 15 67 -52 5League table for CT Ball Division TwoTeam Played Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Diff PointsGweedore United FC 18 14 3 1 61 19 42 43Kerrykeel 71 FC 18 13 4 1 53 22 31 40Bonagee United FC 18 12 4 2 44 32 12 38Whitestrand United FC 18 11 7 0 44 26 18 33Dunlewey Celtic 18 9 5 4 41 31 10 31Glenree United FC 18 8 6 4 35 31 4 28Letterbarrow Celtic FC 18 6 11 1 23 51 -28 19Convoy Arsenal FC 18 3 13 2 29 50 -21 11Drumbar FC 18 1 12 5 22 53 -31 8Copany Rovers FC 18 1 13 4 25 62 -37 7DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUEFIXTURESSUNDAY 12-5-2013 K.O. 2p.mBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier Division / Watson Hire Division OnePromotion /Relegation Play-OffDunkineely Celtic v Cranford United @ Diamond Park, BallyareSOCCER – DONEGAL LEAGUE – ALL THE REPORTS, RESULTS, TABLES AND FIXTURES was last modified: May 5th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal League
BY NIAMH DAVIS: Ice or Heat? There is so much confusion about which one is best and when to use them.They both have been popular methods of treatment for adults and children but now there seems to be a big debate as to whether or not they are of any benefit.Ice is a mild, tablet free way to numb the pain of inflammation. It is important to take care when using ice, not to put it directly on the skin and only ice for up to 15 minutes every hour. If symptoms persist after 24-48 hours, then going to get it checked out would be your next point of call.It has always been used in conjunction with Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation (RICE) for any sprains or bumps that caused inflammation and it served its purpose.Research has developed over the past few years and showed that using that treatment method for longer than 48 hours is not always beneficial however.To rest a mild injury for too long will impair healing, if you can’t wait, get it seen to straight away, or take the joint or muscle through different planes of motion so that you do not lose the range you had prior to the injury. Ice baths/cryotherapy – This constricts blood vessels and decreases metabolic activity. When you get out of ice baths and the tissues then start to warm up, the blood flow returns quickly which is said to flush harmful metabolic debris out of your muscles.This is one of the reasons after a race if possible people jump into the sea or a lake, the cold water is said to aid recovery. For people who compete regularly or had a particularly hard training session then this method can be useful.Check how long a centre recommends using the ice baths and if it is your first time then do not use it for the full length of time.A lot of coaches and trainers would suggest this (cryotherapy) treatment for young athletes, aged 10 – 16. Personally, I would NOT recommend that. If there is inflammation, then by all means use ice but for young children, it may have side effects that are avoidable.Heat is another non-expensive treatment method that can work wonders for your muscles. It can be used for tired, achy muscles or mild stiffness and tightness. Whether it’s a hot water bottle, a microwavable heat pack or a nice warm shower the heat can even take the edge off some types of chronic pain. Hydrotherapy which is a heated pool, 34 degrees Celsius, can be great for relieving muscle pain and conditions such as arthritis.Some GPs even use it as an alternative to tablets. Heat is not suitable for open wounds or areas of inflammation and if used on a fresh injury can cause a lot more pain.Within reason, when it comes to ice or heat it is about what works for you but, as always, if in doubt you should ask a professional.It remains a highly debatable subject. Guest Columnist Niamh Davis is a neuro-musclar physical therapist based at Fit-Hub, Mountain Top, Letterkenny.Her Facebook page is here:https://www.facebook.com/Neuromuscular11/?ref=ts&fref=tsNIAMH DAVIS’ SPORTS INJURY CLINIC: ICE OR HEAT? was last modified: May 8th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Fit-Hub Letterkennyice or heatNiamh Davissports injurysports injury clinic
Hugh Mullan from Drung was celebrating this week after collecting a the coll €10,000 jackpot in the Moville GAA club lotto.Pictured receiving the cheque on Hugh’s behalf is Seamus Doherty. Also pictured are Bridget Harkin (Club Treasurer), Anne-Marie Duffy (Lotto Coordinator) and Anthony Doogan (Club Chairman). Moville GAA would like to thank everyone who supports the club lotto on a weekly basis as this is the club’s major source of fundraising.Delighted Hugh is ten grand richer thanks to Moville GAA lotto! was last modified: January 17th, 2017 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Birmingham City are ready to sell Ben Foster for £4m, according to the Daily Mirror.QPR have previously been linked with a £5m bid for the former England international, who is one of several goalkeepers boss Mark Hughes is considering as a possible replacement for Paddy Kenny.Foster spent last season on loan at West Brom, who were hoping to buy him this summer, but Rangers are tipped to sign him.Several papers report the news that John Terry, who has been nursing a hamstring strain, is likely to be fit for England’s Euro 2012 match against France, but his Chelsea team-mate Ashley Cole is struggling with a stomach bug.Meanwhile, The Independent suggest Chelsea have not given up hope of building a new stadium on the Battersea Power Station site despite losing out on preferred bidder status to Malaysian developers.And the Daily Mail say Fulham are interested in St Etienne’s Romanian defender Banel Nicolita.This page is regularly updated. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest AgCredit — one of northern Ohio’s largest lenders for farmers, rural homeowners and agribusiness — is pleased to announce the formation of the AgCredit Mission Fund.The Mission Fund will fund AgCredit’s Joe Leiser college scholarship program along with grants to organizations who meet the objective and focus of the fund. The grants will operate on an application-based system within the following four focus areas.Education — Educating young, beginning or future farmersEnvironment — Maintaining or improving the quality of the rural environmentTechnology — Supporting the advancement and utilization of technology for the benefit of farmers and rural communitiesQuality of rural life — Programs, projects or initiatives that enhance the quality of life for farmers and rural communitiesOrganizations may apply for grants up to $15,000 per year. Beginning in 2018, grant applications will be accepted annually from March 1 to Aug. 31. Proposals will be reviewed by a committee comprised of AgCredit directors, employees and members. Grants will be awarded by Dec. 31.“The AgCredit Mission Fund allows us an opportunity to invest in the future of agriculture and positively impact the quality of life in rural Ohio,” said Brian Ricker, AgCredit President and CEO. “We are very excited to form this fund and are thankful to our board for helping to set it up.”Priority for grants will be given to purposes benefitting the eighteen county AgCredit geographic area and secondarily to other counties in Ohio. For more information and to apply, please visit AgCredit.net.