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Klopp could coach Bayern – Hitzfeld

first_imgOttmar Hitzfeld believes Jurgen Klopp could follow in his footsteps and coach Bayern Munich after leaving Borussia Dortmund.Klopp announced on Wednesday that an agreement had been reached to cancel his contract this summer  after seven years in charge of the club, during which he won two Bundesliga titles and took them to a Champions League final.Several teams are reported to be interested in acquiring the services of the 47-year-old, but Hitzfeld, who coached Dortmund for six years before spending a further seven at Bayern over two spells, believes Klopp should be considered as a candidate for the job at the Allianz Arena should it become available this summer.”Guardiola has a contract just now, but may suddenly say at the end of the season ‘I need a break again’, just as he did at Barcelona,” he told Blick. “If Pep Guardiola wins the treble, one must expect that he might suddenly need a break and then goes away again.”That would be a chain of events that would be fit for Bayern Munich and Jurgen Klopp. I see no problem at all with the idea of Klopp going to Bayern.”A coach is a mercenary. When the door opens at Bayern Munich, he’s sure to be a candidate. And then he would surely have great success with Bayern.” The 66-year-old also named Borussia Monchengladbach boss Lucien Favre a possible Bayern coach in the future.”He is certainly a candidate for top clubs. He is a tactician who can form powerful teams. He would fit Bavaria, as well as other clubs. But I think he should stay a year or two more in Gladbach. The team will continue to evolve.”Basel coach Paulo Sousa has been touted as a possible replacement for Klopp and Hitzfeld believes he would be another great option.”Paulo Sousa has great success in Basel and has the team playing a good pressing game. Sousa is certainly a candidate with which Dortmund will consider.”last_img read more


Museveni flags off Ugandan team

first_imgPresident Museveni flags of Uganda’s team to Rio. The team was introduced to her by Minister of Education and Sports Janet Museveni and Uganda Athletics Federation president Dominic Otuchet. PHOTOS PPUPHOTOGRAPHS: President Yoweri Museveni has today flagged off Uganda’s team to the Olympics. The President reiterated the values of sports and asked the team to observe discipline. The athletes at the function at State House comprised 14 athletes who fly out to Rio tomorrow. The first batch of boxers and swimmers is already in Rio while the marathoners, led by Stephen Kiprotich, are in high-altitude camp in Bukwo.  He handed the flag to Joshua Cheptegei and Winnie Nanyondo (Click to read Uganda’s SCHEDULE at games) Boxing – Fly Ronald Serugo vs Narek Abgaryan of ArmeniaSunday August 14 Day 9Women’s marathonMonday August 15 Day 10Men’s 3000m steeplechase round 1Women 3000m steeplecahse finalTuesday August 16 Day 11Women’s 5000m round 1Men’s 1500m round 1Wed August 17 Day Day 12Men’s 5000m round 1women’s 800m round 1Men’s steeplecahse finalThursday August 18 Day 13Men’s 1500m semifinalMen’s 800m semifinalFriday August 19 Day 14women’s 5000m finalSaturday August 20 Day 15Men’s 1500m finalWomen’s 800m finalMen’s 5000m finalSunday August 21 Day 16Men’s Marathon finalShare on: WhatsApp Uganda’s scheduleSunday August 7 (7pm)Boxing – L/heavy Kennedy Katende  vs Britain’s Joshua BuataziSunday August 7Swimming – Jamila Lunkuse 100m breaststroke (7.30pm)Thursday August 11Joshua Ekirikubinza Men’s 50 m freestyleFriday August 12 Day 7Women’s 10000m women finalSaturday August 13 Day 8Women’s 3000m Steeplechase round 110000m men finalAugust 13last_img read more


‘Let Aussie success be a launchpad for season’ – Edwards

first_img31 Jan 2020 ‘Let Aussie success be a launchpad for season’ – Edwards The England players who shone during a fabulous month of golf in Australia have been encouraged to use the experience as a springboard to further success in 2020.Seven squad players supported by England Golf – five from the men’s team and two from the women’s – have just ended a four-tournament stretch down under.Emily Toy and Charlotte Heath represented the women’s squad with distinction and claimed wins.Ben Schmidt also got his hands on silverware while Callum Farr, Ben Jones, Matty Lamb and Tom Plumb contributed to a steady stream of good news stories.England Golf Head of Performance Nigel Edwards believes the players will have picked up invaluable experience from playing in top-class events and can bring that knowledge to championships and team events throughout the year.Edwards said: “It’s been our best start to the year in a long time. It’s been great to see so many good scores and wins.“I’ve no doubt that success breeds success and these results will only motivate others to kick on.”Highlights of the month’s play were fantastic overall tournament wins for Yorkshire duo Heath and Schmidt.Heath (pictured above) stole the show at the Australian Women’s Amateur Championship with a dominant performance to lift the title after Cornwall’s Toy had shown her class to win the strokeplay event and qualify as top seed for the matchplay.Heath also finished tied for sixth in the Avondale Amateur while Toy made it all the way to the semi-finals of the NSW Women’s Amateur.Schmidt (pictured below) cashed in on the developing feelgood factor when he triumphed in the all-English final in the NSW Men’s Amateur against Northamptonshire’s Farr.Farr had earlier put on a good show in the Australian Men’s Amateur and claimed a first round hole-in-one!Schmidt followed up his win by finishing runner up in the Avondale Amateur – the 17-year-old posting four rounds in the 60s.Northamptonshire’s Jones can look back on a good month reaching the semi-finals of the Australian Men’s Amateur, finishing seventh in the Master of the Amateurs and a top 20 finish at Avondale.Matty Lamb showed good early form in the Australian Men’s Amateur carding an opening round of 65 before a back injury laid him low for two weeks of the trip.There were other notable performances from England players in the fields at the four events.Charlie Strickland found some form and claimed some big scalps before losing in the semi-finals of the Australian Men’s Amateur.Lancashire’s Callan Barrow too was a constant threat on leaderboards throughout January.Edwards added: “There is a lot of strength in depth.“Charlotte and Emily came up with wins and I’m really pleased for them both.“Charlotte now has a chance to play in two professional events in Australia – what an opportunity.“She deserves it as she always works diligently and smartly.“Ben’s win was terrific and it was just a pity he didn’t make it a double in the Avondale.“But he didn’t lose it – he shot 69 and the winner closed with two rounds of 66 so there’s still plenty positives for him to take from that final day.“Overall it’s been a fine start to 2020 with Caley McGinty, Joe Long and Jake Bolton doing well in the South American Amateur Championship and a six-man England team winning the Costa Ballena Octangular in Spain.“There will be some tricky decisions to be made in the next few weeks when it comes to picking squads for one or two events.“It all augurs well for the rest of the year.” Tags: Ben Schmidt, Charlotte Heath, Emily Toy, England Men’s Team, england womenlast_img read more


Bomber varisty teams off to respective provincial tournaments

first_imgThe L.V. Rogers girl’s soccer and boy’s rugby squad take to the road to compete in their respective provincial tournaments.The LVR Rugby Bomber trek to Abbotsford for round two of the B.C. High School AA Boy’s Championships against Equimault.The seventh-ranked Bombers dropped the opener Saturday to Southridge 28-7 to drop to the consolation round of the tournament.The tournament continues Thursday before the finals Saturday.Last year LVR finished 13th overall. Meanwhile, the Bomber girls are in Kamloops Thursday to open play in the B.C. High School AA Girls Championships.First up for the Bombers, which won the Kootenay Zone title last week over David Thompson Lakers of Invermere, is host Sahali Sabres Thursday at 11 a.m.Game two of the four-team round robin is later in the day against Seycove of North Vancouver.The preliminary round concludes Friday at 9 a.m. against Surrey Christian.The teams then advance to the playoff round depending on their finish in round robin play.The final of the tournament goes Saturday at 11:30 a.m.The Bombers failed to advance to the provincials in 2011, losing out to J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks in the Kootenay Final.last_img read more


Nelson Home Building Centre Leafs Player Profile of the Week — Brandon Sookro

first_imgFrom the first time Brandon Sookro stepped onto the ice in a Nelson Leafs jersey as an affiliate player with the Kootenay Ice Major Midget squad, hockey people in the know could see this player has what it takes to be successful in junior hockey.Sookro took another step up the progression ladder last week when he popped in four points during a 9-1 shellacking of the Castlegar Rebels. The offensive output was the best showing of the season for the player known as “Sook” to his teammates.The South Slocan native and graduate of Nelson Minor Hockey is the latest in a long line of the Leafs Player Profiles of the Week sponsored by Nelson Home Building Centre as the Green and White begin their assault on the Cyclone Taylor Cup.Sookro & Company is back on the ice Friday when Nelson plays host to Murdoch rival, Beaver Valley Nitehawks.Nelson took the opening tilt in divisional play against the two rivals, but not much as the Hawks battle the Leafs down to the wire.Nelson Home Building Centre Leafs Player Profile of the Week.Brandon SookroNickname: SookAge: 17Height: 6-feetWeight: 170 poundsPosition: ForwardLast Team: Kootenay Ice Major Midget Championships: West Kootenay Bantam ChampionshipPre-game meal: Noodles with butter . . . no tomato sauceMusic in IPod: Country, some Hip-HopOther interests: Golf in summer and working outJunior Stats: 17 games — eight goals, five assists for 13 pointsBCMMHL Stats: 77 games — 24 goals, 17 assists for 41 pointsThe Nelson Daily.com: What type of player are you?Brandon Sookro: I feel I’m a player who can put the puck in the net. I feel I’m good in the defensive zone, and by focusing on the defensive zone; the offensive game will take care of itself.TND.com: What are your personal goals.B.Sookro: Winning the Cyclone Taylor and then going to the Keystone Cup.TND.com: No, personal goals.B.Sookro: My goal is to hopefully play Junior A next year, and if not, then Western Hockey League. I wasn’t drafted in the (WHL) Bantam draft, but I went to Swift Current’s camp during the summer as a free agent. The camp went well. I was the last cut in the top 40 and (Swift Current scouts are) looking at me throughout this year.TND.com: Your brother Ryon played for Beaver Valley. Did he give you any tips about what’s needed to be successful?B.Sookro: He’s played in the KI and knows what it’s all about. He’s played Junior A and told me how hard it is to make Junior A.TND.com: Did Ryon try to convince you to play in Beaver Valley?B.Sookro: He did a little . . .. Obviously he’s entitled to his own opinion.I actually went to Beaver Valley’s camp when I was 16. Nelson had their two 16-year-olds. But I ‘ve always wanted to play for Nelson. I’m a hometown guy and always liked the Green and White.last_img read more


Sunwing pilot temperature typo could have had catastrophic results Report

first_imgInvestigators say an incident last year that saw a jet operated by Sunwing Airlines Inc. strike a 36-centimetre-high light beyond the runway and fly low for four kilometres carried potentially “catastrophic” consequences after a pilot typed in the wrong temperature.A report by the U.K.’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch says the Boeing Co. 737 lifted off at the “extreme end” of a runway in Belfast after the autopilot determined the takeoff speed based on a temperature of -52 C, rather than 16 C.The report says the aircraft, which took off with 185 passengers en route to the Greek island of Corfu from Belfast International Airport on July 21, 2017, avoided a crash and “multiple fatalities” largely because of the low terrain and lack of obstacles surrounding the airport.Investigators noted the onboard software was incapable of alerting the flight crew of the temperature error, though updated versions would have caught it.The report Wednesday recommends airlines update their software — available at “nominal cost” — and that Boeing notify all operators of the 737 of the incident as well as “previous similar occurrences.”Sunwing says it has already implemented software and training updates, and it suspended both pilots from flying duties until the preliminary investigation ended. They underwent further training and Transport Canada re-qualification and have returned to full duty.The Canadian Presslast_img read more