David Luiz doing what he is known for. Attacking & taking useless risks instead of defending. Nothing new sadly. Désespérant. Ridiculous. He’ll never learn.— GoonerCestLaVie (@goonercestlavie) June 10, 2020Others were more impressed by the strike from Tarique.Really great finish— The three eyed raven (@AhmadMahmudIbr1) June 11, 2020 People don’t change just because there was a pandemic or a lockdown. Good Luiz good!— Rohan Makkar (@Rohanmakkar) June 10, 2020 Took that well didn’t he. Great finish— Lee Camilleri (@leecam82) June 10, 2020Take a look at the mistake by Luiz and the subsequent goal below David Luiz is looking lively ahead of the Premier League restart. pic.twitter.com/otQ7Nv2v4U— Ball Street (at 🏠) (@BallStreet) June 10, 2020 David Luiz is one player who usually divides opinion.Sometimes he produces some really magical moments but due to his frenetic style of play, he is often susceptible to some ridiculous moments.With Arsenal returning to Premier League action on June 17 against Manchester City the North London club has been stepping up preparations.They faced Championship side Brentford in a match behind closed doors.With Arsenal already a goal up after Joe Willock had scored, Luiz picked up the ball near the halfway line in the second half.He dwelt on the ball for much longer than he should have and was dispossessed.Ghana’s Tarique Fosu eventually rifled the ball into the back of the net to level things up for Brentford.Alexandre Lacazette scored for Arsenal but Brentford eventually won the match 3-2 with goals from Halil Dervisoglu and Shandon Baptiste.The reactions from Arsenal fans to Luiz weren’t kind, with opposition supporters having fun at his expense.pic.twitter.com/Rtvyv8XAbg— 🎩 (@CFCLamps_) June 10, 2020 What is that defending 🤢— Jack Forsyth (@JackForsy) June 10, 2020
Rio de Janeiro: Brazilian club Flamengo may challenge Lionel Messi’s calendar year record, saying that former Brazil captain Zico scored 89 goals in 1979.Barcelona’s Messi scored his 87th and 88th goals of the year in Wednesday’s King’s Cup last-16 first leg at Cordoba having thought he had broken Gerd Mueller’s 1972 record of 85 on Sunday.“We are upset. Messi still hasn’t passed the milestone,” Bruno Lucena, head of Flamengo’s research and statistics department, told Brazilian sports daily Lance.Lucena calculated that Zico scored 81 goals for Flamengo in 1979, plus another seven for Brazil and one in a friendly between Argentina and a Rest of the World XI.He added that Zico missed two months of the season through injury between September and November.“If he had played for the whole year, he would have scored more than 100 goals,” he said. Lance produced a list of goals scored by Zico in 1979. According to the statistics, he hit six goals in a game on two occasions, four goals in a game once and five hat-tricks.
Everton are eager to push through a 12-month contract extension for Samuel Eto’o and his agents will be in England over Christmas to hold talks.The deal penned by the striker upon his arrival at Goodison Park as a free agent over the summer included a clause which can be activated once he has completed 15 games.With the Cameroon international having shown that he can be an important figure in Everton’s plans with four goals and two assists in his 15 appearances in all competitions, all sides are now keen to gather at the negotiating table.Roberto Martinez has previously admitted that he would like to keep the 33-year-old past the end of the current campaign, with the Spaniard announcing in October: “It’s natural he will get another year.”There are now only a few formalities left to be tied up, with it understood that the terms of Eto’o’s agreement would remain the same.The former Barcelona star has scored four goals in 14 appearances spread across Premier League, Europa League and League Cup competitions so far this season.
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Saint Martin’s UniversityShannon Porter broke her own school record in the 1,500 meters.The Saint Martin’s University track and field teams broke five school records today at the SMU Last Chance Qualifier at the SMU track and field.The Saint men won the meet with 183 points and the women finish third with 136 points behind Seattle Pacific and Central Washington.Shannon Porter broke her own school record in the 1,500 meters that she set earlier this season. She won the event with a time of 4:35.32 to break the record of 4:35.56.Kirby Neale set an NCAA Provisional Mark and broke the school record in the shot put with a toss of 14.24m (46-08 3/4). Neale broke the school record of 42-6 1/4 set in 2000 by Julie Mattson.Angel Rodgers broke her own school record in the hammer with a toss of 160-0. She broke the record of 159-1 set last season.Kirby Neale set a new Saint Martin’s record in shot put, breaking the record set in 2000. Cody House, Jaysen Yoro, Mikel Smith and David Durden broke their own school record in the 4×100 meter relays with a time of 42.61. They broke the record of 43.50 set earlier this season.Andrew Andrada broke the school record in the pole vault with a mark of 4.68m (15-4 1/4) to win the event. He broke the record of 14-11 set in 2012 by Kevin Johnson.“Saint Martin’s track and field athletes had one of their best days of the entire season as several personal bests and school records were set,” said head coach Jim Brewer. “Kirby had a huge PR in the shot and I am so proud of how well our athletes really put it on the line today in front of their home crowd.”“Our meet would not have been as successful if it wasn’t for the many volunteers and officials,” added Brewer. “A big thank you to them.”Saint Martin’s is back in action May 8-9 in Monmouth, Ore., for the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships.
By Joseph SapiaMIDDLETOWN – The Route 35 Village proposal resumes before the township Planning Board on Wednesday, but only the commercial aspect is expected to be on the agenda.The board will resume hearing the application for the Shoppes at Middletown – 338,455 square feet of retail, restaurant and movie theater space with 1,786 parking spaces. The Shoppes are to be built on 52 acres along Route 35 of the overall 118-acre tract.The land is bounded by Route 35 North, Kings Highway East, Carriage Drive and Kanes Lane. While it has some businesses and homes on it, it is mostly woods and open space – and is probably best known as home of the Calico the Clown/Spirits Unlimited liquor store sign.The applicant for the Shoppes at Middletown is John Orrico/Village 35 of Purchase, New York.On the rear 66 acres, or at the Carriage Drive end of the property, Toll Brothers of Horsham, Pennsylvania, proposes the Oaks at Middletown, a 350-townhouse complex. The 350 townhouses break down to 280 units at open-market price and 70 units of “affordable housing.”In June, the Planning Board consolidated the commercial and residential applications for the 118 acres. Planning Board Chairman John Deus said the consolidation was to bring clarity on hearing the proposals to the board and public – allowing engineering, traffic and other related components of the commercial and residential applications to be heard at the same time.But the township Planning and Community Development Department is not expected to deem the residential application complete in time for the Sept. 7 meeting.Toll Brothers filed the Oaks at Middletown application May 27, said the development’s lawyer, John A. Giunco. But the Planning and Community Development Department requested more information on “various engineering and supporting reports,” Giunco said. “They wanted more detail.” Toll Brothers resubmitted the application Thursday, Aug. 25, Giunco said. He said the Planning and Community Development Department has 45 days to review it – which would expire the week of Oct. 9.“We’re ready to move before the board, but it’s unlikely the board will be able (to hear the Oaks at Middletown application beginning Sept. 7),” Giunco said.The Planning Board meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Sept. 7 at the municipal complex at the corner of Route 35 South and Kings Highway.This will be the third appearance for the Shoppes at Middletown. So far, only the engineering aspects of the Shoppes at Middletown have been heard by the board.Orrico says he will not discuss the project outside of the hearings as long as they go on. The site, which has seen various unsuccessful development proposals over the last two decades, has drawn the scrutiny of the public. For example, there is a “Stop Village 35” Facebook page.Cindy Squassoni, who lives in the Heritage Hills development of single-family homes at the Carriage Drive end of the property and is one of the opponent leaders, said there is a “right to build” on the property. But she raised various concerns – the size of the project, its lack of open space being preserved, traffic, drainage, aesthetics and impact on schools.“Traffic is horrifying in my mind,” said Squassoni. “Pretty much our neighborhood is going to be a shortcut between (Routes) 35 and 36.”As for the schools, “they’re filled to capacity, as is,” she said.The 118 acres has not yet been subdivided, Giunco said. The property is owned by Mountain Hill LLC, which is the local Azzolina-Scaduto family.
In addition, the remaining quarterfinals will play it Norwich City, which in overtime got rid of Tottenham de Mourinho, against the winner of the duel between Derby County and Manchester United, which will be played this Thursday.The quarterfinal matches will be played on the weekend of March 20-22. The draw for the FA Cup quarterfinals led to clashes between the Sheffield United and Arsenal, Newcastle United and Manchester City, and Chelsea against Leicester City.
Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Lugo had a game-high 24 points for Mapua while Warren Bonifacio finished with 15 points, 11 boards, and six rebounds. View comments Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ 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 Steady from the line this time, Generals head coach Ariel Sison said their miserable free throw shooting in the opening game has helped them in the long run as it prompted the team to put more work into their charities. “Actually. the free throw disaster that happened to us in our opening game, we worked on that,” said Sison whose team went 20-of-28 from the free throw line. Noah Lugo managed to salvage a floater for the Cardinals to cut the deficit to 87-85 with 4.3 seconds left but Sean Neri’s two freebie iced the win for the Generals. Hamadou Laminou led EAC’s charge with 17 points, 12 rebounds, and six blocks while Jess Bautista also had a double-double with 13 points and 13 boards. Garcia added 14 points, on 3-of-8 shooting from deep, while Jan Natividad and Cadua put up 12 and 10 points, respectively. ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Peza offers relief to ecozone firms MOST READ Emilio Aguinaldo College chalked up its second straight win after surviving Mapua, 89-85, in the NCAA Season 94 men’s basketball tournament Friday at Filoil Flying V Centre. ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Koreas extend conciliatory steps to Asian Games The Generals improved to a 2-4 record and jumped to a sixth-place tie with College of St. Benilde while the Cardinals dipped to 2-5.With less than a minute remaining and only a point separating the two teams, 84-83, a mad scramble for the ball led to an unsportsmanlike foul on CJ Cadua forhis hit on Denniel Aguirre and oddly technical foul against the Cardinals. FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Aguirre, though, missed the freebies with 13.5 seconds left while Jerome Garcia calmly did his job at the line with two free throws to put EAC up 85-83. Garcia then made two more free throws push the lead to 87-83 with 8.3 seconds left. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity.
US base Liberian Chef Chauncy Yarngo.If all goes well, Liberia will soon have its first postwar culinary arts school: the Kola Culinary Institute (K.C.I.).The school which is a proposed project of US-based Liberian professional chef, Chauncy Yarngo, doesn’t have a definite date about its opening due to a slow start in the fund-raising campaign. However, According to Chauncy, the core function of the proposed culinary school is to train local chefs about food safety, and the standard steps involved in preparing and presenting food.Chauncy added, he thought about opening the culinary arts school two months ago when he visited Liberia and noticed that restaurants were not preparing food following the proper guidelines and standards which is intended to make sure foods are safe and healthy.“Now it’s time to go and donate. Having a cooking school in Liberia is a must; not only is there a void, but Liberians and other African countries need to learn how to handle food safely,” he said. “I told myself that if I ever got back home, I would try to open a restaurant because I thought everyone already knew about food and safety standards and were privy to protocols when preparing food.“But that was not the case when I finally had a chance to get back home. Therefore, I realized that there is a need for an organization to make sure restaurants prepare our food following the proper guidelines to make it safe and healthy,” the ambitious Liberian chef said.Chauncy is based in a San Francisco. He migrated to the US in the early 2000s due to the civil war in Liberia and is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of Virginia.The young Liberian chef, who has cooked for the likes of Will Smith, Jay Z and Rihanna, was introduced to cooking by his grandmother in Bong County who taught him a lot about cooking, including the traditional fufu dish – a traditional West African dish made from the tuber root, cassava.Chauncy added that the proposed culinary school, upon establishment, will open with certificate programs which will run between six to twelve months.“The school will offer certificates in two-fold: a certificate in cooking for six months and a certificate in restaurant management course and cooking for a year. Liberian and African foods, in general, are rich but due to the lack of culinary school in the country, they contain heavy starch filled and overloaded with processed spices.“Furthermore, in restaurants across the country meats are cooked to a crisp and vegetables stewed beyond recognition. However, things will be different when the school is established to help train local chefs about food cooking standards and many more culinary arts courses,” he said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Dawson Creek RCMP are investigating a break in and vandalism to the Parkland School near Farmington.At approximately 6:30 pm Sunday June 22nd RCMP responded to a break in at the school. One window had been smashed and entry gained through that window.The exterior walls and playground equipment were spray painted. Repairs, including repainting the exterior of the school were completed at considerable public expense.- Advertisement -RCMP believe that those responsible may have been riding ATV’s and reside in the Farmington Area. Anyone with information is asked to call the Dawson Creek RCMP at 784-3700 or Crimestoppers.
DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Northern Lights College (NLC) dean of Trades and Apprenticeships Mark Heartt gladly accepted the donation of a retired kenetech turbine Nacelle .Heartt thanked TransAlta and industry partners alike.“This is excellent timing for TransAlta Renewables and the College because they are decommissioning the equipment at Cowley Ridge. We appreciate the donation from TransAlta, and also the efforts of our industry partners who helped get the Nacelle here.”Tge Cowley Ridge wind farm, which is located in Pincher Creek, Alberta, is one of the oldest wind farms. It has been owned and operated by TransAlta Renewables for 23 years. Industry partners also donated their time to deliver, and hoist the rig itself.- Advertisement -NLC president and CEO Bryn Kulmatycki says this is a great day for students.“This is a great day to celebrate student success and industry partnerships as well as our Wind Turbine instructor Nathan Campbell’s initiative. It was Nathan’s drive to source this donation and we greatly appreciate the generosity of TransAlta and all the industry partners who were involved in making it happen.”Advertisement