Real Madrid reject Pochettino’s claim Tottenham asked to sleep at club’s training ground

first_imgTottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino in light-hearted mood for UEFA Champions League finalMadrid, Spain | AFP | Real Madrid have reacted angrily to Mauricio Pochettino suggesting they turned down a request from Tottenham to stay at their training ground next week ahead of the Champions League final against Liverpool.Spurs will train at Valdebebas on Thursday and Friday before the game on Saturday and Pochettino, in an interview with Spanish radio station Cadena Cope, said the club had asked Madrid if they could also sleep on the site.In a light-hearted part of the interview, Pochettino was asked if Tottenham’s players would also stay at Valdedebas. Pochettino replied: “No we will stay in an hotel near there. We have asked eh? We have asked but Florentino (Perez) didn’t want to allow us.”A laughing Pochettino then added: “He would say, ‘the day you coach Madrid is when you can sleep there’. This is the subliminal message no?”Real Madrid released a statement on Friday, insisting they had received no such request from Tottenham.The statement read: “Real Madrid is surprised by the suggestions made by Tottenham Hotspur coach Mauricio Pochettino about a supposed request made to our club asking that his team could stay at the Ciudad de Real Madrid before the final of the Champions League.“Real Madrid wants to make it clear it is completely false that this request occurred. Our club has always shown its absolute availability to meet all the requests made by UEFA, the Spanish Football Federation, Atletico Madrid, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur. “All requests submitted to Real Madrid have referred only and exclusively to the use of the training pitches of the Ciudad de Real Madrid and its changing rooms. And all of them have been granted by our club.”The statement added: “Real Madrid also wants to emphasise the accommodation of the Champions League finalists are assigned by UEFA depending on organisation and security. And that at no time has our club been asked to accommodate them in the facilities of the Ciudad de Real Madrid.”Pochettino was heavily linked with the vacant position of Real Madrid coach last season when Julen Lopetegui and then Santiago Solari were sacked.Asked about taking charge of Madrid in the future, Pochettino said: “I have no other goals than to coach Tottenham, I don’t allow myself to think about the long-term.”Liverpool will also use Real Madrid’s training ground on the morning of the final, which will be played at Atletico Madrid’s stadium, the Wanda Metropolitano.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

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Carole Baskin awarded Joe Exotic’s former zoo

first_imgAn Oklahoma judge has awarded Carol Baskin with Joe Exotic’s former zoo.The judge announced the decision on Monday, stating that they did not challenge Baskin’s attempts to absorb the zoo:“We anticipated Carol Baskin getting the title to the former park that once belonged to Joe Exotic, and we did not challenge her attempts to do so,” Mosley said Monday. “All of Jeff’s focus is on opening the new Tiger King Park in Thackerville, (Oklahoma), which should be opening in the next 120 days.”Many people may know and Baskin and Exotic from the hit Netflix show Tiger King where the ongoing feud between the sanctuary owner and the zoo owner served as the bases of the show.Baskin, who owns Big Cat Rescue Corporation in Florida, has been a long-time vocal critic of Maldonado-Passage’s animal park and the handling of and possible breeding and selling of the animals.Joe claimed that Baskin was trying to destroy his business by creating a smear campaigns online and by harassing potential clients.Joe was eventually arrested after he allegedly attempted to pay a hit man $3,000 to kill Baskin. The court documents also stated that Exotic shot five tigers, sold baby lemurs, and falsified paperwork to say they were donated.  He is currently serving a 22 year jail sentence.last_img read more

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TEARS AND HEARTACHE AS SISTERS LAID TO REST

first_imgJody BroganTHERE were heartbreaking scenes today at the funeral for tragic fire victims Jody and Anngeline Brogan.Family and friends wept as their coffins were taken to the graveyard at St Columba’s Church in Drumoghill after Requiem Mass where Father Brian Quinn urged mourners to remember the girls and the joy they had brought to the world.Mum-of-one Jodie, 28, and her sister Anngie, who was a 27-year-old mother of three died after fire engulfed their home in Ceannan View, Letterkenny, last Friday morning. Today at their funeral, there heartbroken parents Frankie and Mary and their six brothers and sisters were comforted by a wide circle of family and friends. Hundreds and hundreds of people were there, many forced to stand outside the chapel which was crammed inside.Parish Priest of the Church of the Irish Martyrs Father Brian Quinn said today: “I ask you today to remember Jody and Anngie in your own lives. Remember them as a daughter, a sister, a mother and a friend.“Remember them as people who made a difference. Remember them not in the absolute hell of the housefire in Ceannan View but as they are now in heaven in peace and joy.”Fr Quinn asked mourners to pray for the young women’s parents Frankie and Mary and for their brothers and sisters Frankie, Conor, Christopher, Natasha, Kirsty and Orla. The family followed to coffins to the graveyard for the burial. TEARS AND HEARTACHE AS SISTERS LAID TO REST was last modified: January 7th, 2014 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)last_img read more

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Kevin Durant is out for Game 4, though Kerr says no setback

first_imgOAKLAND — The moment called for Kevin Durant to scrimmage at the Warriors’ practice facility on Thursday. Then perhaps Durant could play against the Toronto Raptors in Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Friday at Oracle Arena. Instead, Warriors coach Steve Kerr shared news that has become too familiar since Durant injured his right calf almost a month ago.“Kevin will not play tomorrow,” Kerr said following practice on Thursday. “We will continue to get treatment, get on the court and continue to …last_img read more

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SAA set for inaugural Beijing flight

first_img12 January 2012 South African Airways is gearing up for its inaugural non-stop flight to China. An SAA Airbus A340-600, specially branded in honour of the Chinese Year of the Dragon, will leave Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport on 31 January, arriving in Beijing on 1 February. SAA – named Africa’s best airline for the ninth year running in the 2011 Skytrax World Airline Awards – will operate the Johannesburg-Beijing route non-stop three times a week using its Airbus A340-600 long-haul aircraft. Flights between Johannesburg and Beijing take on average 15 hours, and flyers will be able to make use of the Air China Lounges in Beijing. Bookings are open through travel agencies and www.flyssa.com. “SAA is most pleased to introduce non-stop flights to Beijing, China,” SAA chief executive Siza Mzimela said in December. “This new route is in line with SAA’s strategy to expand its network to Asia, the fastest growing market in the world.”Strategic partnership China and South Africa established a comprehensive strategic partnership in August last year, entering into agreements for cooperation in infrastructure construction, transportation, water resource use, housing, health and education. The introduction of non-stop flights between the two destinations promises to facilitate business and leisure travel between the two countries. “Introducing direct flights between China and South Africa will promote tourism and trade, not only to South Africa, but also to all Southern African Development Community and other African countries,” Mzimela said. “South Africa and neighbouring destinations such as Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe are already popular destinations for Chinese tourists.”Star Alliance partner Beijing is the capital of the People’s Republic of China and one of the most populous cities in the world. Beijing Capital International, located 32 kilometres north-east of the city centre, is the main airport serving Beijing, and one of the busiest in the world. There are three terminals at the airport, and South African Airways will operate in and out of terminal three, the designated terminal for Star Alliance partners. SAA’s operations at the Beijing airport will be handled by Air China which, like SAA, also belongs to the Star Alliance. “Air China will also be code-sharing on the flight between Johannesburg and Beijing,” SAA said. “SAA in turn will code-share with Air China to and from Shanghai, with further destinations in China to follow in the near future.” SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

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Skinner Century Farm built on leadership and community involvement

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Francis Marion (F.M.) Hatton walked across the rich, agricultural fields of Delaware County and stopped to talk with an elderly man about his interest in purchasing the land from the neighboring landowner.The man was laying on a daybed at his residence and talked with his mouth full of tobacco — a spittoon at the ready — listening intently to F.M.’s story. F.M. talked about his plans for the land and his frustration in being a bit short of funds to cover the purchase price. At the story’s conclusion, the elderly man wiped the tobacco from his chin and reached beneath his daybed to produce a can containing untold funds, but plenty to cover the additional $600 F.M. needed to pay for the 134-acre property — thus started an incredible family tradition farming the land.Born in 1867, F.M. had come from Stantontown east of Ashley to the north. He built a new house on the property and began to farm it. He quickly began to demonstrate the agricultural leadership and community involvement that would eventually become synonymous with his family legacy. He named the operation Hardscrabble Farms.“F.M. had hogs and cattle like every other farmer back in that era. He was a speaker at Farmers Institute educational events in the area. I have seen his notes and there were sentences scratched out in his speeches from the changes he made. He was the first Delaware County Farm Bureau president and there has been a county Farm Bureau president in every generation of our family since then,” said Gary Skinner, who currently owns the property and farms 4,000 acres with his wife, Carolyn, sons Brian and Darin, and their families. “F.M. did a lot of drainage work. I think his mouth would hang open in awe just looking at the grain bins and combines and tractors we have today. I can remember my great grandfather Francis because I was about five when he passed away. He was progressive and always was looking forward. He would be proud, I think, of what we are doing today.”There are no original structures left on the farm from F.M.’s time there, just two trees. The equipment, facilities and the technology have changed dramatically, but the family remains. F.M.’s modern descendants have often wondered what the farm’s founder would think of the farm today.“He’d probably be amazed at how many acres can be farmed by one family,” Carolyn said.“We are amazed at how he made a living off of 132 acres,” Darin said.“He’d probably say, ‘Where’s my house?’ if he saw the farm today because Mom and Dad moved it off the farm and built a new one in the same spot,” Brian added with a grin.Gary’s grandfather was the only one of F.M.’s children who survived.“F.M. lost his first wife during childbirth and then remarried a nice lady, but they never had children. I was young but I can still remember her,” Gary said. “Most all those farmers back then were lean without an ounce of fat on them. They did everything by hand. They shoveled corn, hand milked the cows, dug fence post holes, and worked hard all day. They dug those drainage trenches with spades.”“It is a lot of work today just working on fixing those tile lines with a backhoe,” Brian said.F.M.’s son and Gary’s grandfather was Bernard Hatten (at some point the family name changed from “on” to “en”) who took over ownership of the farm in 1949.  Bernard was the first of the family to graduate from college at Ohio State University. He farmed and worked on the merchandising side for the Ohio Farm Bureau, setting up some of the first state accounting systems. He was good in accounting and was meticulous in all he did. Bernard was a good friend with Murray Lincoln, who started Farm Bureau Insurance, which is now Nationwide Insurance.“In 1918 he bought 90 acres in Berlin Township. He nearly died from the flu and was sick for a whole year. Three of his four kids were valedictorians of their high school class. The fourth one who wasn’t was my mother. Her name was Alda and she was the oldest. Bernard worked for the Bank of Louisville Cooperatives and understood finances. Until 1950, there was only one local bank in Delaware. When he was farming with my father they were turned down for a cattle loan, even though they had plenty of collateral so Grandpa decided Delaware needed another bank. With some help from others he got the initial investors lined up and started the Delaware County Bank,” Gary said. “In later years Bernard was clerk for the Delaware County commissioners and he also took a job way after retirement to do roadside mowing for the township to keep busy. I remember him as being polite and courteous, but very serious minded.“He tried to join the Army for World War I but he had a health issue and the military wouldn’t let him in. They told him they needed him more agriculturally than in the Army anyway. He was a photographer too. He was very thorough and precise. He would take pictures and type information on envelops with the pictures inside. He documented the history and was very active in the community and served as treasurer of the Delaware City/County sesquicentennial.”During Bernard’s time there was a dairy on the farm and he too worked extensively with drainage and land conservation as his father before him. All four of Bernard’s children graduated from Ohio State, earning him the title “Dad of Dads” at the 1946 Ohio State Homecoming football game. One of his sons went to work on the Nautilus, the first nuclear submarine and was sworn to secrecy for years.His daughter Alda married Jay Skinner while he was on leave as an Army Ranger in World War II.  He served in Italy, North Africa, France and was in the Salerno invasion.“When I was born, my dad was in a fox hole in World War II. He was trapped on a mountain for three days when the company clerk got word to him that he had a son. One day when he got home on leave from the service, market hogs were $30 and that is what he made as a private in a month. He said his life wasn’t worth as much as a hog’s,” Gary said. “I always hear people talking about how my dad was fun to be around. It wasn’t like that at home. He was always serious. He was on the Delaware County Bank Board. My mother was a teller at the bank and later director of child welfare for Delaware County when she retired. My dad was a full time farmer and he was on several boards. He was the Soil and Water Supervisor and the Ohio Farmer’s Co-op.  He was always gone a lot when he was older but he told me he was still a farmer. He was named Master Farmer by ‘Ohio Farmer.’ Our family was also named a Blue Ribbon Farm Family and we got to meet and eat with Governor Rhodes at the Ohio State Fair.”The farm was still a dairy when Gary was young.“I remember getting up about 4 a.m. to go to the dairy every other weekend when the hired man had the weekend off. I’d go up in the haymow and sleep for about half an hour in the hay until I’d get yelled at to go get more cows in from the holding area. I loved everything about it,” Gary said. “Plowing was a big thing back then. Plows used to have a trip-hitch back then and every time you hit the smallest thing you’d have to stop and re-hitch.”Gary noted there were many good friends in the farming community back in those days.“I liked repairing and fabricating things early on. We built a lot of our bins with our own hands. The neighbors would come over and help. You hear about the threshers and their big dinners, working on bins that was kind of like that,” he said. “The group of friends to help each other has gotten smaller because the equipment has gotten bigger. We still have good farmer friends, but there are fewer of them.”That is one of the most significant changes on the farm.“The equipment has changed it all and information is out there right away. Today’s modern technology is one of the biggest changes. People talk about big operations now, but many are still family farms. The only thing we hire out here is trucking. The rest is all family,” Gary said. “The equipment has gotten so much bigger and higher quality. Our family had Farmall tractors and they were Hs and Ms with about 35 and 45 horsepower.  Today tractors are as 300 and 500 horsepower. My dad bought the first two Farmall 560 diesel tractors in Delaware County. The diesels were just coming on board and they were just learning about them. The lawn mowers are almost as powerful today.”As equipment got bigger, so did the farms.“Farmers can get more done because they are working longer hours in the comfort of larger equipment. When I first can remember, we were farming 750 acres and that was a good sized farm then — 350 acres of corn is a lot when you have a two-row corn picker. In the 60s livestock began to disappear from the county. We last had cattle 30 years ago on the farm. Planting dates have moved way earlier now too. Years ago no farmer would plant soybeans before June 15th because no one could control the weeds and they just kept working the ground. Another major change since the 1960s has been the use of on-farm grain drying. That has really increased the amount of acres you can farm,” Gary said. “We have purchased ground when we had the chance and rented more as we could. Our family has rented ground from the same family since 1939. This year will be the 77th crop for our family on that land. That is a long time for two families to work together.”The Skinner farm has grown in a county known for incredible growth in areas other than agriculture.“Delaware County’s growth has been nibbling away at our farm,” Gary said. “Everybody use to like the ag community, but today agriculture is seeing more concern from the public about chemicals, noise, dust, and odors —all things that will happen if we are to produce food and fiber.”Brian and Darin, after going to OSU’s Agricultural Technical Institute, came back to the farm in the early 90s.“There were not a lot of people who came back to the farm in the late 80s and early 90s, but we got into farrow-to-finish hog production in ‘91 and we did that for four years until more land came available,” Brian said. “We got out of the hogs and got better excavating equipment and expanded that as a sideline source of income. We kept at that pretty hard for 20 years or so while row crop farming was tough.”They have dabbled in organic production and have never grown a genetically modified crop on the farm, focusing on conventional varieties and the premiums they offer. The Skinners continue to work in excavation and have remained very involved with Ohio Farm Bureau, the Delaware County Bank and the community.  They have served on a Mutual Insurance Company Board, Grady Memorial hospital board, as a township clerk, Ohio Soybean Board, Ohio Wheat Growers Board, and are active members of the Delaware Chamber of Commerce. For the past two years they have enjoyed hosting “Benefit In The Barn” which brings the Central Ohio Symphony to their farm to entertain some 600 guests. The tradition of conservation on the land continues too.The next generation of the farm looks bright as well with Gary’s grandchildren already showing an interest in agriculture and extending the rich family tradition on the Skinner Century Farm. F.M. and Bertha Hatten with F.M.’s great-grandson Gary Skinner in 1944Jay Skinner Gary Skinner and his sister, Pam, had some trouble working with this calf in the 1950s. Jay Skinner Brian, Gary, Carolyn, and Darin Skinner of Delaware County carry on the tradition of agricultural excellence and community leadership on their Ohio Century Farm. Bernard and Hattie Hatten with their grandson Gary Skinner.last_img read more

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Miocic, Cormier set to defend titles at UFC 220

first_imgUFC light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier, left, taunts Volkan Oezdemir, right, during their weigh-in the night before their Ultimate Fighting Championship bout Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, in Boston. UFC president Dana White stands between the fighters. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)BOSTON — UFC is back in Boston.The top MMA promotion returned to TD Garden Saturday night with the heavyweight and light heavyweight belts on the line on the same card for the first time since 2003.ADVERTISEMENT Stipe Miocic (17-2) looks to set a UFC heavyweight division record with a third straight successful title defense when he fights Francis Ngannou (11-1). The 31-year-old Ngannou hasn’t needed to go beyond the first round in any of his last four bouts and has never gone past the second in his 12 pro fights. Ngannou fights just seven weeks after his stunning victory of Alistair Overeem at UFC 218.Daniel Cormier (19-1) defends the light heavyweight title against Switzerland’s Volkan Oezdemir (15-1).FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutUFC held its fifth card at TD Garden, the first since 2016, and the company said the arena was sold out. View comments Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH LATEST STORIES 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers MOST READ Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Makabayan bloc defends protesting workers, tells Año to ‘shut up’ PLAY LIST 02:11Makabayan bloc defends protesting workers, tells Año to ‘shut up’01:50Palace defends Duterte’s absences from Asean events00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Thunder thump Cavs, keep LeBron shy of 30,000 points John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Read Next Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more

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Suns win Men’s 50’s final at 2009 X-Blades NTL

first_imgSouthern Suns have beaten Brisbane City Cobras in the final of the Men’s 50’s division at the 2009 X-Blades National Touch League at the Port Macquarie Regional Sports Stadium.The Suns came from behind to beat the Cobras – who were looking for their third successive title – 3 touchdowns to 2.Cobras made it to the final by beating the Sydney Mets 2-1, while the Suns defeated the Scorpions 4 touchdowns to 3.Cobras scored in the first five minutes to take the lead thanks to Don Baartz, but Suns soon retaliated, with Des Naughton leveling the score.Two minutes before half time, the Suns Don Barbaro scored to put the Suns into the lead for the first time in the game, resulting in the Suns going to the break leading 2-1.Paul Dallas was added to the Sun’s touchdown scoring list when he scored six minutes into the second half, to give the Suns a two touchdown lead.But the Cobras weren’t finished yet, with Kev Hickey scoring two minutes later to keep them in the hunt for the title. But the Suns held out in the last 10 minutes to give them their first NTL title in this division.last_img read more

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10 months agoTottenham boss Pochettino takes aim at Hazard for 2016 taunt

first_imgTottenham boss Pochettino takes aim at Hazard for 2016 tauntby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveTottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has taken aim at Chelsea star Eden Hazard.Pochettino recalls the likes of Hazard stating they wanted Leicester to win the title in 2016.Hazard said: “We don’t want Tottenham to win the Premier League – the fans, the club and the players,” ahead of a bad-tempered 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge in May that extinguished Tottenham’s hopes once and for all.And Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri – who was unaware of Pochettino’s remarks – declared yesterday: “I think the title is a fight between City and Liverpool.”Pochettino has not forgotten Hazard’s comment as he called for rival players and managers to keep their opinions quiet this time around.”When you are professional, some opinions you cannot make public,” he said.”Because after you create a big problem like what happened at Chelsea. That was more like a battle than a football game. Why did that happen? You know very well.”That’s why it’s compulsory to behave professionally. We translate a lot of emotion to the people. We are public persons.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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