De Jong’s 1-1 had to be canceled, according to Iturralde

first_imgThe explanation is simple: “Any hand of attack that ends in goal or creates occasion to make goal is hand. Be voluntary or involuntary“said Iturralde González. This rule applies from this year. and, nevertheless, it does not sanction the same hands in case of the defenses: “It’s common sense: you can’t point a penalty to the defender, but you can’t let the attacker score a goal with your hand“he explained then Carlos Velasco Carballo, president of the CTA. Likewise, the immediacy of the hand to score a goal is essential when the VAR goes into action to review the play. Busy day for Martínez Munuera at the Santiago Bernabéu. The Valencian referee, who in the first half had annulled a goal by Luuk De Jong for Gudelj’s previous foul on Militao, did concede the goal of the Sevilla tie in the second half, also the work of the Dutch and also with controversy: after a good Combinatorial play, Munir attended from the ground the former PSV Eindhoven, who put it where Courtois could not reach. Nevertheless, in the images it was appreciated how the Spanish international hit the ball with his hand and with his elbow. For Iturralde González, arbitrary analyst of Carrusel Deportivo, there is no doubt: hand of the Sevilla forward. “Those who said it was a scandal that de Jong’s goal was canceled, this is a major scandal“said the former referee,”If you don’t hit him in the hand, there is no goal“.last_img

Man City sign Spain international Rodri for club record fee

first_img0Shares0000Manchester City have signed Atletico Madrid midfielder Rodri for a club-record fee © AFP/File / GABRIEL BOUYSLONDON, United Kingdom, Jul 4 – Premier League champions Manchester City on Thursday announced the signing of Spanish international midfielder Rodri on a five-year deal from Atletico Madrid for a club record fee.Rodri, 23, officially became a City player a day after the La Liga club revealed the 70-million-euro (£63 million) release clause in his contract had been triggered. “Manchester City are delighted to announce the signing of Spanish midfielder Rodri,” said a statement on the club’s website.The value of the release clause eclipses the reported £60 million City paid Leicester for Algeria international Riyad Mahrez last year.Rodri said: “What City have achieved in the last two years has been amazing and I’m looking forward to being part of such a talented squad.“It’s not just the titles they have won, but the way they have managed it, playing attacking football at all times. It’s a style that excites me, as do the club’s ambitions.”Rodri’s departure will secure a considerable profit for Atletico, who spent around 20 million euros last summer to re-sign the Spaniard from Villarreal afer releasing him from their youth ranks.He made 47 appearances for Atletico, scoring three goals, as Diego Simeone’s men finished above Real Madrid in second in La Liga and won the UEFA Super Cup.In the Spaniard, City have finally landed their long-term replacement for the influential Fernandinho.The Brazilian has been a key member of the squad that has won back-to-back Premier League titles under Pep Guardiola.However, he is now 34 and struggled with injuries towards the end of last season.Rodri’s composed style on the ball at the base of the midfield has earned comparisons to Barcelona and Spain midfielder Sergio Busquets, who was handed his debut at the Catalan giants by Guardiola.“Rodri has proven himself to be a hugely talented, young midfielder, who has all the attributes we are looking for,” said City’s director of football Txiki Begiristain.“He works hard defensively, makes himself available to receive the ball and uses it well when in possession.“He is a perfect fit for Pep Guardiola’s team and we are confident he will be a success.”Rodri is City’s second signing in two days after activating a buy-back clause of £5.3 million to re-sign Spanish left-back Angelino from PSV Eindhoven.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img

Shuttle history in the making

first_img“I have the overall responsibility for the training and the organization,” Lindsey said. During the past two years, he has overseen his crew’s education, as well as his own, making sure everyone is as prepared as possible. It’s an intensive program, Lindsey said. “One of the big challenges of being an astronaut is balancing your professional life with your family,” he said. “You just have to strike a balance. If you work all the time, then you burn out.” In a next few weeks, as the launch date approaches, the pace will become ever faster, he said. This shuttle flight will carry out the second of two Return to Flight test missions, designed to determine whether improvements to the shuttle fleet after the Columbia disaster have prepared it to return to normal operation. During the course of the 13-day trip, the crew will photograph and videotape the shuttle’s exterior to check for damage and perform three space walks, two of which will test repair procedures. The crew also will dock with the International Space Station to deliver new supplies and equipment and remove any garbage. The schedule is packed and allows little time for relaxation, but there are still opportunities for fun, Lindsey said. “Every once in a while you get to do a stupid astronaut trick,” he said, like squirting drops of juice (they form perfect spheres) or spinning a crewmate in endless circles in the middle of the laboratory. Probably the neatest thing though, he said, was looking through the windows at Earth. “There is no picture you’ve ever seen that does it justice.” On his last mission, the exercise bike had a view of Earth, he said. “If you managed to pedal the ergometer for an hour and a half, you could pedal yourself around the world.” Lindsey has been to space three times before, twice as the shuttle’s pilot (“it’s not like flying an airplane at all”) and once before as commander. This trip, though, will probably be his last, he said. “I think after four flights it’s time for me to stop flying and let some of those younger kids have a chance.” elise.kleeman@sgvn.com (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4451160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! TEMPLE CITY – NASA’s shuttle fleet celebrated its silver anniversary on Wednesday. Twenty-five years ago, the shuttle Columbia had its inaugural flight and became the first of a new generation of vehicles for visiting space. The flight also was notable for the remarkable courage of its crew – never before had humans been aboard a spacecraft for its maiden voyage. Since that day, there have been 111 other successful shuttle flights and numerous improvements to the fleet. Even so, especially in the wake of Columbia’s disintegration during re-entry three years ago, being an astronaut still certainly requires an extra degree of gutsiness. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventWest Covina native Steve Lindsey is such a person. “It’s hard, it’s challenging, but it’s fun,” Lindsey said from NASA’s astronaut training center in Houston. “I don’t think I would enjoy a job that wasn’t hard.” Lindsey is the commander for NASA’s next shuttle mission, set to lift off in July at the earliest. Once a test pilot for the Air Force (he has flown more than 50 different aircraft, totaling over 5,000 hours of flight time), he has faced dangerous situations before and even admits that risk can add an element of thrill. But for this mission, he is in charge of rigorously preparing his crew to make the risk as small as possible. last_img

Liverpool tipped to launch stunning £85m January move for Barca star

first_img shining And the Reds boss is prepared to break the club’s record transfer once again, according to The Sun.Dembele, who joined Barca from Borussia Dortmund for £135.5m in August 2017, has had a frustrating first year at the Camp Nou, largely owing to injury. REPLY 2 2 REVEALED The Spanish club’s manager, Ernesto Valverde, dropped him from his matchday squad to face Real Betis at the weekend after the player missed training with a “stomach bug”.France coach Didier Deschamps has also revealed Dembele is among the players with a habit of turning up late for training.But the France international’s agent, Moussa Sissoko, has defended the ex-Borussia Dortmund youngster and says his client wants to stay.“I am convinced that [Ernesto] Valverde wants Dembele,” he told RMC Sport.“He’s with France right now because he deserves to be.“I have also spoken to [former France defender and current Barca technical secretary] Eric Abidal and he is very happy with Ousmane, he told me that he’s training very well.”But Klopp looks set to test Barca’s resolve. Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury no dice Most Popular Football News This season he has scored five competitive goals and created one, but focus has been on his discipline after his rapid rise to the top.It was just over two years ago that he was making a name for himself at French club Rennes before Klopp’s former club, Dortmund in 2016. Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Xherdan Shaqiri from Stoke: £13.5mNaby Keita from RB Leipzig: £48mFabinho from Monaco: £43.7mAlisson from Roma: £67m REVEALED Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won center_img Liverpool’s summer spending Dembele has scored five goals in all competitions for Barcelona this season Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Dembele was also a member of France’s World Cup winning squad this season RANKED huge blow Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Liverpool are understood to be preparing a huge £85million bid for Barcelona forward Ousmane Dembele.It is thought that Anfield boss Jurgen Klopp wants the 21-year-old winger to boost his team’s front line in their bid for Premier League glory this season. MONEY ADVICE Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move BEST OF Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Dembele fits the bill for Klopp and Kop sporting director Michael Edwards in the search for another creative addition to the team.Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane led Liverpool to the Champions League final last season and they remain unbeaten this season in their 12 Premier League games – and Dembele could give them an edge in the second half of the season.last_img

CELEBRATING THE SPOKEN WORD ON ALL-IRELAND POETRY DAY

first_imgSeamus HeaneyAll Ireland Poetry Day is being celebrated throughout the country today with readings and performances celebrating the spoken word.In Donegal, a night of poetry and music is taking place at Dánlann an Ghleanna, Gortahork at 8.30pm tonight.Now in its sixth year, All Ireland Poetry Day will be a marathon poetry reading streamed live from the Irish Writers’ Centre in Dublin which will feature readings by Dermot Bolger, Peter Sirr, Theo Dorgan and Enda Wyley, among many others, as well as a panel discussion involving the new Ireland Chair of Poetry, Paula Meehan. This event will be streamed live at www.poetryireland.ie/liveOrganisers say the object of the day is to celebrate poetry in very county in Ireland and in a variety of ways via imaginative programming, venues and locations.The live stream will also feature a special tribute to Seamus Heaney by Dublin school children, as well as film of Brendan Kennelly reading his poetry.  CELEBRATING THE SPOKEN WORD ON ALL-IRELAND POETRY DAY was last modified: October 2nd, 2013 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:Donegal DailygortahorkPoetry Dayseamus heaneylast_img

Bulldog Top 10 Of 2015-16: No. 9 – Women’s Golf Wins Creighton Classic

first_img Print Friendly Version The 2015-16 season featured many thrilling moments and accomplishments for Drake athletics. From conference titles, outstanding team and individual accomplishments, postseason appearances and significant regular season victories, the Bulldogs had plenty to celebrate as they look forward to the upcoming season. Before embarking on 2016-17, www.GoDrakeBulldogs.com will take a look back at the top 10 moments of the 2015-16 throughout the month of July.The No. 9 moment of 2015-16 comes from the women’s golf team on Oct. 19 when the Bulldogs overcame a four-stroke deficit entering the final round to capture the Creighton Classic title and earn the program’s first team title since 2010.Not only did the Bulldogs finish first as a team, sophomore Madison Glennie took home the individual title becoming the first Bulldog to win an indivdual title since Olivia Lansing won the Saluki Invitational in 2010.Glennie entered the final day tied for first with South Dakota’s Brenna Lervick, and fired a tournament-low 72 (E) to finish on top of the leaderboard with a score of 148 (76-72).”It was exciting to win and encouraging because I put a lot of hard work in during the off-season and this gives me a lot confidence going into the spring,” said Glennie “It was amazing to win as a team, because we have been putting in a lot of time and effort. It was great to come together to play well as a team.”The rest of the Bulldogs each improved their second round scores by at least six strokes. Freshman Grace Dunn finished tied for eighth with a score of 158 (82-76), while senior Katie Clausen was seven strokes better on the final round than the first round, totaling a 161 (84-77). Freshman Sophie Hill carded an 80 on the final day for a total of 166 (86-80). Freshman Adrianna Elliott rounded out the Bulldogs strong finish with a total score of 174 (90-84).”We fought back and made some birdies and a lot of pars in a row to beat two really good teams.” said head coach Rachael Pruett.The Bulldogs trailed South Dakota by four strokes and North Dakota by two strokes going into the final 18-holes. Drake recorded a season-low round of 305 to finish with a total score of 633 (328-305). North Dakota finished in second with a score of 641 (326-315), while South Dakota placed in third, 643 (324-319).Check back on July 12 as the No. 8 moment of 2015-16 is unveiled.Bulldog Top 10 of 2015-16No. 10 – McCann Wins Drake Relays TitleNo. 9 – Women’s Golf Wins Creighton Classiclast_img

Should Joe Thornton’s workload be cut back this year?

first_imgSAN JOSE — Joe Thornton wants to use the Sharks’ final game of the preseason to continue to work on his timing and improve his in-game conditioning.The 82-game regular season that follows will show what Thornton is still capable of doing after enduring major knee surgeries in back-to-back years, and where and how much he’ll be utilized.“Every day he looks better,” Sharks coach Pete DeBoer said of Thornton. “Being off for eight months, he worked his ass off this summer in order to compete in …last_img

Protect yourself: The important facts about identity theft

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We generally dedicate our monthly article to covering financial topics that could, or already do effect business for farmers and agribusiness professionals. From tax issues to succession planning — we’ve covered everything you might expect from an accounting firm. But now, with tax season upon us, we want to shine a light on something more personal-tax identity theft. Read on for sound advice and vital tips on how to protect yourself from becoming a target, and what to do in the event that your identity is compromised.Cases of tax identity theft continue to rise. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) estimates as many as nine million Americans have their identities stolen each year. Now, more than ever, the IRS is focused on preventing, detecting and resolving tax identity theft cases, but the threat is still very real for taxpayers.How will I know if I am a victim?According to the Internal Revenue Service’s online guide to identity theft, the following raise red flags and most likely signal your identity has been tampered with:Multiple tax returns being filed on your behalf.IRS records show you received wages from an unknown employer.It is confirmed, my identity has been compromised… where do I turn?Turn to your accountant. If you don’t have one, reach out to a firm to immediately begin to assist you. An accounting firm will work with the IRS and other necessary parties right along with you.The first step will be to respond directly to the IRS by calling the number on the notice they have provided to you. This notice will arrive via U.S Mail. The IRS will not initiate communication with you through any other outlet, including telephone, email, texting or social media. Anyone reaching out to you through these channels is not credible and is most likely conducting a scam.Responding to the notice you received from the IRS in the mail will begin the rectification process. Early on, you should expect to be asked to complete an IRS Identity Theft Affidavit (Form 14039).The steps to protecting your identity from being compromised further don’t stop with the IRS. You will also want to immediately do the following:File a report with the local law enforcement.Report your theft to the FTC (www.consumer.ftc.gov).Contact all three major credit bureaus (Equifax, Experian and TransUnion) and ask to speak with their fraud department.Close all accounts that could be targeted and check to see if any fraudulent accounts have been opened in your name.Check with the Social Security Administration to insure that your earnings statement hasn’t been tampered with.Continue to file your tax returns, even if you must do so by paper. Work with Holbrook & Manter on this filing to insure that all elements are in order.Could this have been prevented?Cases of tax identity theft are complex and can take several months to resolve. Taking steps to prevent this from happening is your best defense so you aren’t left waiting for refund dollars. Here are some tips on how to protect yourself:Don’t carry your social security card or documents where it appears. Only give this information out when absolutely necessary.Check your credit report periodically. At least check it annually.Secure all personal financial information and keep these documents in a safe place, perhaps even locked up in a safe.Electronically, use firewalls and anti-spam virus software on all computers you use for financial matters such as paying bills.  Also, change Internet security passwords frequently to better safeguard information.Don’t give personal information over the phone, through the mail or online unless you have either initiated the contact or are sure the party asking is trustworthy.More information about taxpayer identity theft can be found on the IRS website www.irs.govFind an accounting firm that understands how unnerving a situation like this can be that is committed to protecting you and your assets. Should you have any questions or you run into problems regarding protecting your identity, please reach out to us. We would be happy to help. Brian E. Ravencraft, CPA, CGMA is a Principal with Holbrook & Manter, CPAs. Brian has been with Holbrook & Manter since 1995, primarily focusing on the areas of Tax Consulting and Management Advisory Services within several firm service areas, focusing on agri-business and closely held businesses and their owners. Holbrook & Manter is a professional services firm founded in 1919 and we are unique in that we offer the resources of a large firm without compromising the focused and responsive personal attention that each client deserves. You can reach Brian through the firm website.last_img

Junior Market Barrow Show at the 2017 Ohio State Fair

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Grand Champion: Dark Crossbred, Matthew Butterfield, OxfordRes. Grand Champion: Light Crossbred, Ella Sprang, Lakeville3. Light Crossbred, Lea Kimley, South Charleston4. Duroc, Coby Hughes, Sabina5. Duroc, Gracee Beth Stewart, Sabina6. Hampshire, Mason Creager, WauseonJunior Market Barrow results BerkshireGrand Champion: Ava Genter, ArchboldReserve: Aaron Rolfe, Sabina Chester WhiteGrand Champion: Lillian Rees, BidwellReserve: Alexa Hawk, Harrod Dark CrossbredGrand Champion: Matthew Butterfield, OxfordReserve: Mason Creager, Wauseon DurocGrand Champion: Coby Hughes, SabinaReserve: Gracee Beth Stewart, Sabina HampshireGrand Champion: Mason Creager, WauseonReserve: Austin Hunker, Bellevue HerefordGrand Champion: Cameron Shellhouse, SycamoreReserve: Jennifer Bittner, Hamilton LandraceGrand Champion: Peyton Bumgardner, South ViennaReserve: Madelyn Harrison, Hamilton Light CrossbredGrand Champion: Ella Sprang, LakevilleReserve: Lea Kimley, South Charleston Poland ChinaGrand Champion: Treanna Lavy, Pleasant HillReserve: Ethan Wendt, Dublin SpottedGrand Champion: Lindsey Dore, GalenaReserve: Kaci Way, West Salem TamworthGrand Champion: Liam Shellhouse, SycamoreReserve: Ashton Frey, Upper Sandusky YorkshireGrand Champion: Levi Stauffer, Mt. BlanchardReserve: Madison Petro, GallipolisPHOTOS BY MINDI BROOKHART Austin Hunker, Bellevue, drives his hog to win Reserve Hampshire Barrow. Mason Creager, Wauseon, shakes the hand of the judge after winning Champion Hampshire Barrow. Brett Zeedyk, Hicksville, shows his hog in the Berkshire drive. Zander Ivey, Bloomingburg, drives his Berkshire Barrow in front of the judge. Ava Genter Archbold, wins Champion Berkshire Barrow. Peyton Phillips, New Carlisle, maintains eye contact with the judge. Aaron Rolfe, Sabina, is a class winner with his Berkshire Hog. Ethan Wendt, Dublin, drives his hog in front of the judge. Judges compare notes before selecting Champion Dark Crossbred Barrow. Levi Stauffer, Mt. Blanchard, shows off his spotted barrow to the judges. Spencer Knouff, Minster, drives his crossbred across the ring. Morgan Price, Tiffin, works his way closer to the judge. Cade Sponcil, Greenfield, leaves the ring with his Division 1 Grand Champion Dark Crossbred Barrow. Marin Argabright, Jackson Center, starts working her hog to the holding pen. Logan Deel, Vinton, looks down at his Crossbred hog. Exhibitors wait to enter the ring on Friday at the Crossbred Show. Destiny Reed, Ashville, brings her Light Cross Barrow out of the holding pen. Mason Creager, Wauseon, wins Reserve Champion Dark Crossbred Barrow. Matthew Butterfield, Oxford, drives his Champion Crossbred Barrow out of the ring. Liam Shellhouse, Sycamore, had the champion Tamworth. Madeline Harrison, Hamilton, has the reserve champion Landrace. Evan Banister, Fulton Co., won his class with his Hereford barrow. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Judges during the Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive. Champion Drive.last_img

Incongruity Kills Trust

first_imgIncongruence causes people to distrust you.People look to see if your actions match your words. If your words don’t match your actions, they see and feel the incongruity—even if you don’t believe they do. The mismatch is hard to miss. And that mismatch is even harder to overlook.In fact, if your own actions don’t match your words, you feel the incongruity too, don’t you? You recognize that you are not being who you claim to be. Your conscience knows, and it reminds you by giving you that feeling in your gut.People look to see if your words and actions match your intentions. Are you doing what you are doing for the reasons you claim? Or is there an ulterior motive driving your actions? People can feel your intentions, too.One of the primary builders of trust is consistency (or what Charlie would call reliability). Everything has to be in line. If something falls out of line, it sticks out. And whatever sticks out draws attention.This is why we trust people who we describe as “walking their talk.” They are predictable and consistent. They are reliable, and we can count on them. They are completely congruent, in words, in deeds, in intentions.last_img