The FA and Tottenham open an investigation for the ‘Dier case’

first_imgAfter the victory of Norwich in the penalty shootout, which resulted in the elimination of those of Mourinho in the round of 16 of the FA Cup, Dier jumped the billboards and headed to the stands, where he faced an amateur who was supposedly stealing his younger brother. There, both security employees and the rest of the people who were in the stands tried to separate them and calm the situation. For their part, in the London club, where they have records of previous altercations, they believe they have identified the person who starred in the events.“I think Eric Dier did something that, as professionals, we can’t do, but in these circumstances I think anyone would have done the same. When someone insults you and your family is present, it may be involved, and in this case it was your little brother’s turn. I repeat, Dier did something that as professionals we cannot do, but surely anyone would have done in the same situation, ”Mourinho said at the subsequent press conference. The English Football Association (FA) and Tottenham have announced the start of an investigation to clarify what happened yesterday after the elimination of the spurs against Norwich, when Eric Dier He went to the stands of the New White Hart Lane to face an amateur. Although his club does not consider sanctioning him at this time, the agency does not rule him out, and has already contacted the English player so that his version of events.last_img read more

IOC plans esports forum as it weighs video games in Olympics

first_imgTaal victims get help from Kalayaan town Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Sangalang excited to play again as Hotshots enter crucial stretch Cloudy skies over Luzon due to amihan MOST READ IOC Sports Director Kit McConnell says the forum will be a “great opportunity for both the Olympic Movement and representatives from the world of esports and gaming to begin a discussion, listen and learn from each other, and understand the potential opportunities for collaboration.”The IOC and other Olympic leaders discussed esports at a summit last fall. They determined esports could be considered a sporting activity and that it’s growth and popularity with younger demographics would be attractive to the Olympics. Summit participants charged the IOC and GAISF with opening a dialogue between the gaming industry and Olympic officials.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Christopher Tolkien, son of Lord of the Rings author, dies aged 95 Bicol riders extend help to Taal evacueescenter_img LATEST STORIES Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Harvey Weinstein rape trial Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LAUSANNE, Switzerland — The International Olympic Committee will host a forum on esports next month as it explores the possibility of one day including video games in the Olympics.The IOC and Global Association of International Sports Federations will host the event July 21 at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne. The forum, announced Tuesday, will bring together gaming executives, players, sponsors and event organizers with a goal of building relationships between Olympic leaders and the esports industry.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water recedinglast_img read more

Morrison misses podium in Russia

first_imgMorrison’s time was over six seconds off his personal best time.Next on the docket for Morrison is a trip to Astana, Kazakhstan from December 1 to 2, where he will compete in the World Cup #3.He will take on fellow speedskaters in races including the 1,500 metre, 10,000 metre and Men’s Pursuit.- Advertisement –last_img

Weekly MP Report from Jay Hill

first_imgMP Report by Jay Hill, M.P.“A Finance Minister We Can All Be Proud Of”- Advertisement –  This week, my colleague, Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, once again reminded me of critical areas where our Conservative Government has advanced the fundamental principles that compelled me to enter politics.  On behalf of all Canadians … thanks Jim! And I will never forget that this is the only finance minister who sat down with me, listened to the plight of the residents of Mackenzie, BC, then acted to restore the Northern Living Allowance to that community. These successes did not happen by accident.  Minister Flaherty has led the drive to reduce the overall tax burden on Canadians to its lowest level in nearly 50 years.Advertisement The Wall Street Journal praised Canada for “leading the pushback against the tax-and-spend agenda of some of the more powerful members of the G-20 … Tax cuts, limits on stimulus spending, a strong currency and freer trade.  Who says Canada is boring?” The International Monetary Fund and the OECD both predict Canada will enjoy the greatest growth of all G7 nations in 2010. Canadian Banks were ranked the soundest in the World for the third year in a row by the World Economic Forum. The Los Angeles Times: “Americans have almost never looked to Canada as a role model … but … on such critical issues as the deficit, unemployment … and prospering in the global economy, Canada seems to be out performing the United States.  And in doing so, it is offering examples of successful strategies that Americans might consider.”Advertisement He deserved being named “Finance Minister of the Year” by Euromoney magazine last year.  He has deserved all of the international accolades:Advertisementcenter_img He confirmed that stimulus funding under our Economic Action Plan must wind up as planned in 2011.  Funds essential to Canada’s recovery throughout the global economic crisis, successful in creating 430,000 new jobs.  Yet funds that are TIME-LIMITED.  He firmly opposed a new global bank tax that would penalize Canada’s financial institutions, which remained strong while many of the world’s banks failed. Standard & Poors, the world’s premier credit-rating agency: “Of the other G7 countries … Canada is posting the best fiscal results.  Canada also best weathered the financial crisis … [and] is now well positioned to continue to outperform.” Canadian Federation of Independent Business says business confidence among Canada’s small and medium-sized businesses is at its highest level in five years. The same economic principles that ensured Canada had the best fiscal position in the G7 going into the global recession with the lowest debt-to-GDP ratio, will also secure Canada’s prosperity into the future.  And while our government is a team, Jim Flaherty’s tenacity and leadership deserve much of the credit. He instituted new credit and debit card rules to better protect Canadian consumers and is moving to protect Canadians savings and retirement plans with a new Canadian Securities regulator. The World Economic Forum:  “At a time when many countries are struggling with weak financial institutions and macroeconomic stability, these are areas where Canada remains a world leader, retaining its number 1 rating for the perceived strength of its banks for the third year in a row.” KPMG, the global accounting firm, ranked Canada the most competitive industrialized country for job creators.last_img read more

Struggle behind the wheel leads to crash on Ventura Freeway

first_imgThe passenger of a minivan was killed late Saturday night after he reportedly struggled with the driver who lost control of the vehicle on the Ventura Freeway near Griffith Park, the California Highway Patrol said. The van drove off the eastbound side of the Ventura Freeway just before the Golden State Freeway at about 10:20 p.m. Saturday and struck a guardrail, the CHP said in a statement. Witnesses said the driver of the minivan ran away from the crash. The passenger, said to be in his 30s, died at the scene about 11:55 p.m., the CHP said. Witnesses told the CHP the passenger was struggling with the driver moments before the crash. The fatally injured man, who was not wearing a seat belt, was thrown from the van into a concrete wash, the CHP said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Equipment goes up in flames at former gas company storage facility

first_img The facility on Howard Avenue doesn’t store natural gas anymore, according to gas company spokesman Peter Hidalgo. He said residual oil is pumped out of the former storage field by third-party contractors. As part of the removal of oil, he said a thermal oxidizer burns off the residual gas. “While we’re pulling out the oil, there is excess gas. So as to reduce gas, there is a device that burns off the residual gas,” Hidalgo said, adding that the oxidizer is used as a pollution control. He said it appears one of the trucks malfunctioned. Oil and other liquids being collected by the truck entered the oxidizer which caught fire, Hidalgo said. He said the blasts heard were the caps popping off the oxidizer which is owned by the gas company. MONTEBELLO – A device that burns off residual gas from a former Southern California Gas Co. storage field was damaged when it caught fire Monday. No one was injured in the fire reported at 2:22 p.m., said Montebello Police Lt. Govan Yee. Yee said small explosions were heard. Residents were told to stay inside their homes but no one was evacuated, he added. He said the blaze was extinguished at 4 p.m. – Ruby Gonzales165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Which areas of England can boast the most league titles? Find out here

first_img 2. London clubs have claimed 20 league titles – Three clubs from the capital have been crowned champions, led by Arsenal (13), followed by Chelsea (5) and Tottenham Hotspur (2). Chelsea are the last club from the capital to finish first, doing so in 2015, while Arsenal are the only team to win the league while going unbeaten over the course of a 38-game season. 9 9 3. Yorkshire clubs have claimed 11 league titles – Four clubs from Yorkshire have been crowned champions, led by Sheffield Wednesday (4), followed by Leeds United (3), Huddersfield Town (3) and Sheffield United (1). Leeds are the last team from this region to take the title, doing so in 1992. 7. One club from the South East has claimed two league titles – Portsmouth are the only club from the South East region to win the league, doing so twice (in 1949 and 1950). Leicester’s Premier League triumph is only the second time in the Premier League era that the title has gone outside of Manchester or London – find out which areas of the country can boast the most titles… just click the arrow above, right, to find out! 1. North West clubs have claimed 58 league titles – Seven clubs from the North West have been crowned champions, led by Manchester United (20), followed by Liverpool (18), Everton (9), Manchester City (4), Blackburn Rovers (3), Burnley (2) and Preston North End (2). Manchester City are the last club from the North West to take the title (in 2014), while Preston went unbeaten over the course of an 22-game season in the inaugural league campaign. 8. One club from the East of England has been crowned champions on one occasion – Ipswich Town are the only club from the East of England to win the league, doing so in 1962, in their first season in the top flight after gaining promotion from the second tier. 9 9 5. North East clubs have claimed 10 league titles – Two clubs from the North East have been crowned champions, led by Sunderland (6), followed by Newcastle United (4). The last of these successes came way back in 1936, when Sunderland won their sixth title. 6. East Midlands clubs have claimed four league titles – Three clubs from the East Midlands have been crowned champions, led by Derby County (2), followed by Nottingham Forest (1) and now Leicester City (1). 4. West Midlands clubs have claimed 11 league titles – Three clubs from the West Midlands have been crowned champions, led by Aston Villa (7), followed by Wolverhampton Wanderers (3) and West Bromwich Albion (1). The last of these triumphs came when Villa won the league in 1981. Leicester City’s Premier League title success is remarkable on so many levels, but it also marks a return to the days when the championship could be claimed by ‘provincial’ clubs.In the post 1992 Premier League era, only Blackburn had previously taken the title away from the giants of Manchester and London.But English league football’s history stretches way back beyond the top division’s break away from the Football League 24 years ago.The first English league champions were crowned way back at the end of the 1888/89 season, when the Football League was dominated by clubs from the North West and East and West Midlands.Since then, 24 clubs have claimed at least one title, but which regions have been the most successful?Find out in the slideshow above.*English regions are divided into the following: London, South East, South West, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, North West, Yorkshire and the Humber, North East. Welsh clubs also participate in the English league system. 9 9 9 9 9last_img read more

Do Chelsea stick or twist with Sarri?

first_imgAfter Eden Hazard admitted that he was keen to exit Chelsea for Real Madrid, there has been much speculation about the fate of the manager, Maurizio Sarri too. Italian Sarri joined Chelsea in July 2018 but has endured a difficult first season and many sources are suggesting all is not well at the club. The question is, will Sarri still be at the helm when the new season rolls around?A season of two halvesSarri has been under fire for more or less the whole season at Chelsea. He started off on the back foot after losing the Charity Shield to Man City but fans would have forgiven this if the Premier League results had been good. Unfortunately Chelsea started to leak points, putting the team under pressure from the start. Before Christmas Chelsea had dropped points against West Ham, Wolves and Leicester as well as rivals Man U and Spurs. After Christmas the fortunes of Chelsea slowly began to improve following a watershed 2-0 victory over Spurs in February. There were fewer losses and draws although the results were still a long way from perfect, losing to Everton and drawing against Wolves.The good news for Chelsea was that the teams around them in the Premier League were also missing opportunities to claim three points for every match. This enabled Chelsea to claw back the gap, finishing the season in third position. There was better yet to come with the Europa League Cup Final where Chelsea hammered fellow Premier League team Arsenal by 4-1. A future in doubtDespite bringing major silverware to Stamford Bridge, bookies are still only offering even odds on the likelihood that Sarri will stay and if that’s a bet you want to take, we’d recommend you do only do it with a free bet given the latest news headlines. Although Chelsea fans were delighted by the win, and for automatically qualifying for next year’s Champions League, many feel dissatisfied with Sarri’s style of play. The Italian himself has expressed a desire to return to his home country, describing the urge as “strong” and admitting to a “difficult” year in the Premier League. Chelsea are apparently willing to allow him to leave if Juventus want him as their new boss. The hot seat in Turin is currently vacant following Allegri’s departure and the club are keen for Sarri to make the switch. However, although many signs are pointing towards a return to Serie A for Sarri, there’s still a good chance he may remain in the Premier League. He hasn’t really clicked with the fans and although the season was a success, Sarri may still feel as if he has a point to prove. From a more practical perspective, there are still two more years remaining on Sarri’s contract. If Juve want him, they’ll need to stump up £5million to Chelsea and some sources predict this will be just too much. Sarri himself seems very much in two minds about where he wants to be. Despite pining for Italy he also says he is “very happy” in the Premier League and will be talking to Chelsea bosses soon about his future. Will Roman Abramovich crack his famous whip and move Sarri on – or will the trophy be enough to quell any restlessness, at least for another season? With all betting split right now on the likely outcome, the only thing for sure right now is that fans will be watching developments at the Bridge very closely. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebookby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksRecommended for youApartments for Sale | Search AdsApartments in Dubai Might Be Cheaper Than You ThinkApartments for Sale | Search AdsUndoProperty Investment | Search AdsDubai Real Estate Investment Properties May Surprise YouProperty Investment | Search AdsUndoCash RoadsterAt 53, Gordon Ramsay’s Net Worth?Cash RoadsterUndoSuper Boost WiFiBrand New WiFi Booster Internet Providers Don’t Want You To Know AboutSuper Boost WiFiUndoiBoosterIngenious device for $59 transforms slow WiFi into Highspeed InternetiBoosterUndoMrHealthyFrog6 Worst Foods we Give to ChildrenMrHealthyFrogUndoHealth & Human Research7 Best Herbs For Natural Kidney CleansingHealth & Human ResearchUndoTopexpensive.comTop 22 Most Expensive Handbags In The WorldTopexpensive.comUndolast_img read more

Late ex-49ers, Raiders great wished his brain to be examined: ‘I think it can do some good’

first_imgThe late Cedrick Hardman, hard-charging pass rusher who played for the 49ers and Raiders in a 12-year NFL career, left instructions to have his brain donated to the Brain Bank at Boston University, the world’s largest CTE brain bank.The 49ers’ Cedrick Hardman #86, bears down on Raiders quarterback Kenny Stabler #12 in a 1979 game at the Oakland Coliseum.The institution studies concussions and their effects on athletes, especially football players.Hardman died Friday at 70.The donation, and …last_img read more

US Change of Diamond Definition Has Indian Exports Worried

first_imgIndia’s diamond exports to the United States of America is under threat after that country’s Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced last month that there would henceforth be no distinction between natural and man-made sparklers.Read it at Tribune Related Itemslast_img