Naigeon understands that girls’s soccer will likely be one of the sectors hardest hit by the disaster that this pandemic has additionally precipitated in soccer: “The funding will return to the pre-World stage of 2019. In that case, we’ll nonetheless be fortunate.” “My concern is that we are able to return in two, three, 4 or 5 years and attain the ranges of the 2015 World Cup”, sentenced. For the worldwide agent, that is due to the nice financial disaster that won’t solely hit soccer: “It’s because the golf equipment can have vital monetary difficulties and, as in different sectors, there’s a tendency to in the reduction of on what’s much less productive or paid.”As for the contracts, the supervisor defined that whoever finishes their contract can have issue discovering a new group that may assure growth or stability in wage. Alan Naigeon is an agent specialised in girls’s soccer for A&V Sports activities. In his cost are nice stars of world girls’s soccer akin to Ada Hegerberg, Sam Kerr or Kadeisha Buchanan amongst many. The agent spoke about what the look of the coronavirus will imply for the growth of girls’s soccer, which was booming extra after the World Cup in France: “I hope we’ll lose a year or two in the growth of girls’s soccer.”
WESTERN BUREAU:Montego Bay United FC are aiming to deliver a series of great results and win Group Three of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championships, declared its owner, Orville Powell, while making a pitch for the fans to give the players elevated support when the competition gets under way this evening.The western Jamaica outfit will open the group matches against Scholars International of Cayman in an 8 p.m. kick-off at the Montego Bay Sports Complex and will also face defending CFU champions Central FC out of Trinidad and Tobago.”Coach Davis, the players and everyone associated with MBU are making sure that we are ready, not just as host of this group, but ready to perform at our utmost best,” Powell said.MoBay United are riding a crest of wins to be leading the title chase in the local Red Stripe Premier League and are seeking to join Jamaica’s other entrant, Arnett Gardens FC, in the next round of the competition.Arnett Gardens won their group in Suriname with two outstanding victories to advance to the next round.Powell, who has transformed the fortunes of the once struggling club, making them one of the most recognisable and successful outfits in local football in recent years, told The Gleaner they need to win.”We have a coach in Paul ‘Tegat’ Davis who knows football and knows how to get the best out of his players. We also have good players able to win matches and these couple of matches we must win,” he said.”There is no excuse at this time if we fail to win. Simply put, we need a convincing victory tonight,” Powell said.That win will depend on the mood of the players. If they are hungry enough, Scholars could be in for a rough time, as the likes of Allan Ottey, Owayne Gordon and company could spell danger.”We believe that our twelfth man, our supporters and fans, should come out this evening in their numbers to cheer on the team, as we go about bringing further glory to our city,” he added.Matches will continue on Friday with Central FC playing Scholars, while on Sunday MoBay United will tackle Central. All matches starts at 8 p.m.
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Coach Thomas Kojo and Mr. Chappy at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports ComplexNational soccer coach Thomas Kojo has a word for Liberians who want to see a better Lone Star.A better Lone Star means a team that can ably represent the country in continental matches.Last week Coach Kojo received 40 pairs of slippers from the Chappy family of Norway as their way of supporting the national team.“We want other Liberians to follow the example of the Chappy family,” Kojo said.The Chappy family lives in Norway, but their hearts are in Liberia, the senior Chappy said in an interview last Friday at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex.The Chappy family includes the father, who was an active footballer as a young man, and his two sons Edmund Alexander Chappy and Desmond Crisis Chappy.Both young Chappys are actively playing football in Norway and the father said he is grooming his sons to become assets for the rebuilding of the national soccer team, Lone Star.The senior Chappy, while on his way for a vacation at home in Liberia, thought about the national soccer team.“I could not come home empty-handed since the national team defeated Zimbabwe at the African Cup of Nations’ encounter,” he said. “So I bought 40 pairs of slippers for the team as my contribution for the team’s future success.”Lone Star’s immediate future challenge will be their last match against DR Congo. Liberia has 7 points behind Zimbabwe with 8 points, and a victory over DR Congo will put the Liberia on the top of Group G with 10 points.Liberia’s last match is in DR Congo on 22 March 2019. “We are providing the best training we can have for the players because the match on 22 March is a crucial game,” said Coach Thomas Kojo.“We want Liberians to support our players, and they must have confidence in our players,” Kojo said. “What Chappy has done for the players is what we want all of you to be doing. The LFA and the Ministry of Youth & Sports are doing their best under the present economic difficulties.”If that is done, the players will see that they are much appreciated by their own people.Coach Kojo said the national team players train from Monday to Saturday at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex, with Sunday being a rest day for them. He meanwhile expressed gratitude to Mr. Chappy for his support and prayed that God would replenish his kindness.Though Coach Kojo did not suggest it, it will be good for any Liberian, who wants to provide in cash or in kind, to present it to the Liberia Football Association.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
They may have been living in Blacksburg, Va., but they came from all over the world. And even many of those from places like Saugus, Mass., or Roanoke, Va., were undertaking global pursuits like studying French or German or majoring in international relations. But with one devastating act, the 32 men and women from places as far apart as Romania, Peru and Nova Scotia were united in a horrifying fate, massacred by a student who was born in another land, a 23-year-old South Korean. Here is a look at some of the victims: Caitlin Hammaren, 19, upstate Westtown, N.Y., was a leader among students at Minisink Valley High School, Principal John Latini said. “She was just one of the most outstanding young individuals that I’ve had the privilege of working with in my 31 years as an educator,” he said. Hammaren also played violin in the county orchestra, was in the top 10 percent of her class and belonged to the National Honor Society. Matthew LaPorte, 20, Dumont, N.J., dreamed of serving as an officer in the Air Force and began working toward that goal in seventh grade, when he entered Carson Long Military Academy in New Bloomfield, Pa. In college, he served as a cadet in the Air Force ROTC and earned a scholarship, family and friends said. He spent his summers working as a lifeguard in Cresskill, N.J., and was set to graduate in 2009 with a major in political science, French and University Studies, according to his entry on the popular Web site Facebook.com. “He was a wonderful boy,” said neighbor Marie Grieco, 56. “He was respectful and adorable.” Michael Pohle, 23, Raritan, N.J., was a senior majoring in biology. He played football and lacrosse at Hunterdon Central High School. Julia Pryde, 23, Middletown, N.J., was the kind of young woman who cared about a lot of things and did something about them, Virginia Tech Prof. Mary Leigh Wolfe said. Pryde used her expertise in biology on a trip to help residents in South America improve and maintain the quality of their water, Wolfe said. Pryde also did a research project at Virginia Tech that led other organizations to move forward with composting programs. “She was a passionate person who acted upon her beliefs and was very well liked,” Wolfe said. Ross Abdallah Alameddine, 20, Saugus, Mass., was a sophomore focusing on English, business information technology and French. “I like to laugh and tease, and I have a pretty weird sense of humor,” he wrote in his Facebook.com profile. Christopher Bishop, 35, Blacksburg, Va., was a German instructor. Along with wife Stephanie Hofer, he helped oversee an exchange program with Darmstadt University of Technology in Germany. Brian Bluhm, 25, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, earned an undergraduate civil engineering degree from Virginia Tech before starting a graduate program in water resources. He was a fan of Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd. Ryan Clark, 22, Martinez, Ga., known as Stack, was a senior majoring in biology and English. A member of the marching band, he was a resident adviser at the West Ambler Johnston dorm where the first shootings took place. Austin Cloyd, Champaign, Ill., was a freshman in international studies and French who worked as a lifeguard and swim instructor in the summers. Jocelyne Couture-Nowak, Blacksburg, Va., was a French instructor from Canada. The mother of two girls, she came to Virginia Tech with her husband, Jerzy Nowak, the head of the horticulture department. Kevin Granata, 45, Blacksburg, Va., was an engineering professor. Originally from Toledo, Ohio, the married father of three was an expert in movement dynamics in cerebral palsy. Jeremy Herbstritt, 27, Bellefonte, Pa., a civil engineering graduate student, was planning a career in environmental work. He ran the Pocono Marathon last year in 4 hours, 4 minutes. Rachael Hill, 18, Richmond, Va., was a freshman political science major. She graduated in 2006 from the Grove Avenue Christian School. Emily Hilscher, 19, Woodville, Va., had a passion for animals and horses and majored in animal science. Jarrett Lane, 22, Narrows, Va., was a senior majoring in civil engineering. The valedictorian of his class at Narrows High School, he played trombone, ran track, and played football and basketball in high school. Henry Lee, Roanoke, Va., played Frisbee and racquetball, according to his Facebook.com page. A freshman, he planned to major in computer engineering. Liviu Librescu, 76, Blacksburg, Va., survived the Holocaust and went on to escape Communist Romania. Known for his work in aeronautical engineering, Librescu will be remembered as a hero for protecting students as the gunman tried to enter his classroom. G.V. Loganathan, 51, Blacksburg, Va., was a married father of two. A native of Karatadipalayam, India, the civil and environmental engineering professor was an expert in hydrology and water resources. Lauren McCain, 20, Hampton, Va., listed Jesus Christ on her myspace.com site as “the love of my life.” She was a freshman international studies major. Daniel O’Neil, 22, Lincoln, R.I., was an engineering graduate student and teaching assistant. He was also a guitar-playing songwriter who posted his original lyrics on his Web site, www.residenthippy.com. Juan Ramon Ortiz, 26, Bayamon, Puerto Rico, was an engineering graduate student who loved to play bongos. He had recently married Liselle Vega Cortes, also a student at Virginia Tech. Daniel Perez Cueva, 21, was a former member of Peru’s national swim team who liked to sing and dance. Erin Peterson, 18, Centreville, Va., was a basketball player at Westfield High School, where her friend Lori Ficks said she was “outgoing” and made everybody laugh. Mary Read, 19, Annandale, Va., was born in South Korea to an Air Force family. She lived in Texas and California before moving with her family to Virginia. Reema Samaha, 18, Centreville, Va., was a dancer and performer who won accolades for her work in a high school production of “Fiddler on the Roof.” Leslie Sherman, 20, West Springfield, Va., was a sophomore history and international studies major who worked part time at the West End Market on Virginia Tech’s campus. Maxine Turner, 22, Vienna, Va., was just one month away from graduation. The chemical engineering student practiced Tae Kwon Do and belonged to a sorority. Nicole White, 20, Smithfield, Va., was a junior international studies major who spent her high school summers working as a lifeguard at her local YMCA. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Marcelo Bielsa is hoping to take Leeds United back to the promised land.The eccentric Argentine takes charge of his first Championship game as the Whites welcome Stoke to Elland Road. Bielsa is looking to mastermind Leeds’ return to the top flight How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play? Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener 1 NEW ERA Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade ALTERED FOOTBALL LATEST possible xi Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? smart causal Now managed by Gary Rowett, the Potters are looking to put the disappointment of Premier League relegation behind them and bounce back at the first attempt.They’ve certainly made waves in the transfer market, bringing in Tom Ince, Benik Afobe and James McClean in big-money deals.What time is kick-off?This Championship clash will be held on Sunday, August 5.Kick-off is at 4.30pm.Do talkSPORT have live commentary?The game is live on talkSPORT 2 – click here to listen to live commentary. gameday Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more highlights Getty What is the team news?Leeds United XI: Peacock-Farrell, Ayling, Douglas, Cooper, Berardi, Phillips, Klich, Alioski, Saiz, Hernandez, RoofeSubs: Blackman, Jansson, Dallas, Baker, Harrison, Roberts, BamfordStoke City XI: Butland, Bauer, Martins Indi, Shawcross, Pieters, Etebo, Ince, Badou, Allen, McLean, AfobeSubs: Federici, Williams, Edwards, Fletcher, Crouch, Bojan Diouf
During Leader’s Questions in the Dáil today, Sinn Féin’s finance spokesperson, Pearse Doherty TD, began by expressing sympathy with the coastal community of Passage East and Dunmore East which is mourning three brothers: Paul, Kenny and Shane Bolger.“On behalf of Sinn Fein, and I’m sure all members of the Dáil, I offer my condolences to their families,” he said.“Following the spate of recent tragedies at sea I understand the Department of Transport in conjunction with Bord Iascaigh Mhara was examining the issue of Personal Locator Beacons by fisherman, as an enhancement to existing safety measures. “I understand that a series of recommendations on small-boat safety has been forwarded by the Marine Casualty Investigation Board (MCIB) over the years to the relevant agencies. “Last October in response to Senator David Cullinane the government indicated that the department would take steps to make the provision of Personal Locator Beacons mandatory under appropriate legislation. This was first signalled seven months earlier.“Where is the progress on this? I think we can all agree that tragedies like this are happening far too often. Fishermen are finding it harder and harder to make a living. As a result they are risking their lives to try and support themselves and their families and we need to ensure that the very best of protections are available to these fishermen.“I believe that the introduction of Personal Locator Beacons, while it may not prevent all such tragedies would nonetheless be a huge step forward in this area.“This is about saving lives and ensuring that people who earn a living, often in dangerous situations are properly protected.” DOHERTY ACCUSES GOVERNMENT OF INACTION OVER SEA SAFETY AFTER WATERFORD DEATHS was last modified: June 13th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:DOHERTY ACCUSES GOVERNMENT OF INACTION OVER SEA SAFETY AFTER WATERFORD DEATHS
The scene of this morning’s crash – donegaldaily.comGARDAÍ are investigating the cause of a crash during terrible weather conditions earlier today.Officers attended the scene of the incident before 9am on the Ramelton Road, Letterkenny.The crash happened close to Woodlands National School. The road was later re-opened and traffic is flowing once again; there were no serious injuries as a result of the collision. ROAD RE-OPENS AFTER TRAFFIC COLLISION was last modified: January 25th, 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)
This week, the team at Mavericks in Letterkenny are sharing secrets from the barbershop floor in their guide to getting the haircut you actually want:We got a lot of guys asking us about last week’s column in the shop, in particular, a few guys asked what is the worst thing that a client could do sabotage their own hair cut. So, we decided to share these few tips with you this week.Over Doing It It is a given that some men will have a small bit of product in the hair. However, the Mavericks cannot come up for a reason to have half a tin of Dax in the hair the day that a man plans to get his hair cut. A small bit of product will dissolve with a bit of water, but too much product creates all sorts of problems. Hair doesn’t lift in the correct manner, scissors do not cut it properly, trimmers get blocked and push the hair instead of trim it. The bottom line is, your hair cut can not possibly be as good as what it should be. It is ok for Mavericks as we can wash our clients hair conveniently if required but a lot of barbershops are not kitted out professionally and do not have the facility of washing hair. Great haircuts at Mavericks Barbershop LetterkennyIn DisguiseWant to distort your hair before you get it cut? Then wear a cap before you go into the barbershop. If your hair has a dent in it right around your head then there is the chance that this track will still be around your head after the cut and it may be slightly longer or shorter than it should be! Again, an experienced barber will know how to deal with this, but do you want to take that chance?Mavericks Barbers LetterkennyPoor PostureA barber uses the floor several times through out a hair cut. They cut , create sections, draw fade lines, etc parallel to the floor and this is amongst other techniques. If your posture is poor, then your head will not be in the correct upright position. So gents shoulders back, and looking straight ahead, eyeballing yourself in the mirror.A Moving TargetA 3 year old not realising that if he wants a good hair cut he should stay still is one thing, but when a grown man is all over the shop and he has asked the barber for a skin fade which is 40 minutes of real detailed work, then he doesn’t have much of a chance of nailing it to a moving target. Getting a great haircut requires effort from both the client and the barber, these are a few pointers for the client, but none is more important that what was referred to in last week’s column, clear communication between the barber and client resulting both parties, 100% clear on the desired outcome.Mavericks Barbershop LetterkennyA few honourable mentions to other things that a client should not do while the barber is carrying out some detailed work on you:😉 Jump up to celebrate your team scoring a goal on a Saturday afternoon😉 Turn you head to look at him every time you talk 😉 Sneeze😉 Cough or ANY MOVEMENT when getting a cut throat shave😉 Nod your head to a good tune in the barber shopThe Mavericks are always on hand and will give you their advice on what is possible for you, so call in and treat yourself to the best haircut a man can get. Mavericks Traditional Barbershop, Lower Main Street, Letterkenny. Also, you can catch up with us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/Maverickstraditionalbarbershop) and follow us on Instagram (maverickstraditionalbarbershop) Snapchat @MAVERICKSTBS or Twitter www.twitter.com/mavericksbaber…or better still call in and treat yourself to the haircut you deserve!Recap on Part One of this column here: https://www.donegaldaily.com/2019/02/18/mavericks-barbers-how-to-get-the-hair-cut-you-actually-want/Mavericks Barbers: How to get the hair cut you actually want?Mavericks Barbers: The worst ways to sabotage your own haircut was last modified: March 27th, 2019 by Mavericks BarbersShare 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:barbersletterkennyMavericks Barbersmavericks barbershop