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Everton striker Cenk Tosun open to Besiktas move

first_imgEverton striker Cenk Tosun has admitted he’d be open to a move to Besiktas. Loading… “It was my childhood dream to play here. The English Premier League means a lot to me. read also:COVID-19: Everton using Zoom to keep tabs on Iwobi, others “[But] why should I not want Besiktas in the future? Besiktas is my home. “I am proud of my people, I would like to return to my home. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical7 Actors Who Had Ridiculous Reasons For Quitting A Role6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid Armageddon2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist Magnets8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet Tosun is out for the rest of the year with a knee injury suffered on-loan with Crystal Palace. Speaking to TRT Spor, he said: “[Palace] welcomed me very well. There are friendly football players. “Even though it was a short time, it was a place that I enjoyed incredibly.Advertisementlast_img read more


Late fixture changes to U21 Tipperary games

first_imgThere’s been several changes to the U21 Football Fixtures this afternoonThe Mid U21 B football championship clash between Gurtnahoe & Upperchurch will proceed in Gurtnahoe at 2 but the game between Boherlahan & Moyne/Thurles Gaels has been moved to next Friday in Templetouhy at 7.30.Meanwhile there’s been a time change in the U21 A Losers group Semi Final: Drom Inch play Holycross Ballycahill in The Ragg at 12.30 now and not 2 as originally fixed. Extra time will be played in that one if necessary.And in South Tipp- the U21 A game between Clonmel Commercials and Moyle Rovers at Kilsheelan is  OFFlast_img


Arjun Tendulkar has lunch with England cricketer who proposed to Virat Kohli

first_imgArjun Tendulkar, son of Sachin Tendulkar, is in England currently enjoying his break after he wasn’t picked in the one-day side for the Youth ODI series.Arjun thus, decided to travel to London and spent time with his good friends, among them is English cricketer Danielle Wyatt.Arjun caught up with Wyatt and posted a selfie with her on his Instagram account where the two can be seen having lunch. He captioned the photo “Nandos with Danielle Wyatt”. Wyatt will be remembered quite well by Indian fans for she had posted four years back “Kholi marry me”, after watching one of Virat Kohli’s top innings.READ – Danielle Wyatt wants people to see funny side of ‘Kohli marry me’ tweetShe may have got the spelling wrong but it took no time for the tweet to go viral, her father got phone calls and even her teammates did not spare trolling her.Wyatt did tweet a congratulatory message after Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s marriage last year. But she knows the story won’t die in a hurry.Fortunately for her, the Indian captain saw the funny side and even gifted her a bat when he they met and slipped in a piece of advice, “You’re the girl who sent that tweet… you can’t do that because people take it seriously”.Arjun meanwhile, recently made his first-class debut in the four-day Youth Test series in Sri Lanka.READ – Arjun Tendulkar gets maiden international wicketIndia U-19 defeated Sri Lanka in both the ‘Youth Tests’, as Arjun took his maiden wicket for India. He opened the bowling after India lost the toss in the first Test and took the wicket of RVPK Mishra in the third over of the match.advertisementIn the second innings he dismissed Nipun Malinga to finish off the match.He couldn’t make most of his opportunity with the bat as he was dismissed for a duck after facing eleven deliveries and didn’t bat in the second innings as India won the match by an innings and 21 runs.READ – India U-19 thrash Sri Lanka in 2nd Youth Test to achieve series clean sweepIn the second Test he fared no better as he scored just 14 runs and picked up another wicket.last_img read more


Stana Katic Says Her Exit From Castle TV Show Hurt And It

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Ashley Callingbull on the federal election Bill C51

first_imgAPTN National NewsAshley Callingbull, actress and Mrs. Universe 2015 was in Winnipeg recently.APTN’s Matt Thordarson got the chance to discuss the upcoming federal election and issues facing Indigenous people including Bill C-51.Here is what she had to say.last_img


Provincial government extends livestock fencing program

first_imgKAMLOOPS, B.C. — The provincial government announced last week that it is extending the Provincial Livestock Fencing Program for five more years.The government says that the program extension is part of $46 million in safety improvements approved in this year’s provincial budget. The program, which is a partnership between the provincial government and BC Cattlemen’s Association, will receive $1 million per year over the next five years. Since the program launched in 2010, the government has spent $16 million to help get more than 900 kilometres of livestock fencing erected along B.C. highways.According to information provided by the Cattleman’s Association, fatalities involving cattle on roads and railways have declined from 92 in 2011 to 21 last year. “The success of the Provincial Livestock Fencing Program in reducing livestock-related collisions on our highways makes extending it for five more years an easy decision,” said Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Claire Trevena. “There are two major benefits of the fencing program: Keeping people safe while driving, and helping ranchers protect their investment.”The BC Cattlemen’s Association will continue to administer the popular, taking applications from livestock owners who are seeking assistance to build fences adjacent to the highway. Applications are reviewed by a committee, and projects are selected based on several factors, including current fence condition, livestock headcount, and highway designation.“There is no doubt in my mind that the fencing program is responsible for the drastic reduction in the number of cattle lost to ranchers and farmers,” said Kevin Boon, general manager, BC Cattlemen’s Association. “This partnership with the Province for five more years will allow us to keep more of our livestock out of harm’s way, but more importantly, it helps keep the travelling public safe.”Applications from livestock owners are received by the BCCA, at: http://www.cattlemen.bc.ca/fencing.htm.last_img read more


Police advisory No weapons to be allowed inside eateries in CP

first_imgNew Delhi: Following the recent incident when a man’s concealed firearm went off accidentally inside Starbucks coffee shop in Connaught Place, Delhi Police on Saturday has issued an advisory to all eateries, pubs, and cafes in the area urging them to take steps to ensure no customer enters their premises with concealed weapons.Officials said that the advisory has been issued by the Connaught Place police station to avoid unfortunate mishaps such as the one that occurred on last Thursday. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderThe advisory, signed by the Station House Officer at CP station, has urged all establishments in the area to “prominently display” a notification that is supposed to read as follows: “All weapons including concealed firearms are prohibited.” Commenting on the advisory, DCP Madhur Verma stressed the importance of establishments following this advisory, in order to ensure that there is no way any citizen is harmed accidentally or otherwise. The advisory further stated that establishments in the area need to do more than just displaying a sign and that staff in these establishments should also keep an eye out. “Apart from that, security staff of your establishment should be briefed to have a close watch on such suspects to prevent such an incident,” it read. The advisory stated that “the security of human life and property is our main concern and of utmost importance,” thus asking all establishments to give utmost importance to the issue.last_img read more


Ohio State Athlete of the Week Tiffany Cameron

Ohio State women’s soccer forward Tiffany Cameron said she’d made a promise with herself heading into her senior season. “It’s my senior year and I made a promise to myself that I am going to go into every game like it’s my last,” Cameron said. Having notched five game-winning goals and the Sept. 10 Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honor, it seems that Cameron is making good on the promise to herself.. “It’s an honor, so I was very excited and happy,” Cameron said of winning the Big Ten honor. “I know a lot of people are happy for me and proud of me and I just need to keep it up.” Cameron said her strengths make her stand out as an offensive player. “I think (it’s) my ability to run at players and get in and behind players,” Cameron said. “My finishing has been pretty good so far … I think (those are) my biggest strengths, just kind of playing around with the ball and doing my own thing and swagger.” Cameron has scored seven goals in her last six games and has eight total scores on the season. OSU freshman forward Marisa Wolf said Cameron works hard to score those goals. “She is determined and won’t give up until she gets that goal,” Wolf said. Cameron’s productivity, however, hasn’t necessarily been limited to this season. In her career as a Buckeye, Cameron has netted 19 goals, 11 assists and 10 game-winners since arriving to Columbus in 2009. In that span, she’s played in 66 games and started in 61 of them. Coach Lori Walker said Cameron’s ability to be unpredictable helps her succeed on the field. “Very unpredictable when she has the ball at her feet,” Walker said. “When we need her most she is coming through for us, so I credit to just how hard she is working and the entire team works hard to get her in the right place and I think that is an important part.” Cameron, though, admitted she has a weakness. “This year, I am working on not letting things get to my head and taking it one step at a time,” Cameron said. “I think when I take things one step at a time I succeed.” Sunday’s 2-1 overtime victory against Minnesota was the Big Ten opener for the Buckeyes, and Cameron said she is excited to take on more Big Ten teams this season. “I am definitely looking forward to the Penn State game because they are always coming out to play hard and they are a good team,” Cameron said. “I think the Penn State game and Wisconsin and Michigan, but mostly the Penn State game.” Cameron and OSU are scheduled to take on Illinois on Friday at 7 p.m. in Champaign, Ill. read more


Ohio State continues taking pride in defense

Junior guard Shannon Scott (left) guards an opposing player during a game against North Dakota State Dec. 14 at the Schottenstein Center. OSU won, 79-62.Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editorAs former Alabama football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant once said: “Offense sells tickets. Defense wins championships.”If that is to be believed, then the No. 3 Ohio State men’s basketball team is a lock for a deep run in the NCAA Tournament this season.A year after losing one of the most prolific scorers in Buckeye basketball history, forward Deshaun Thomas, to the 2013 NBA Draft, the Buckeyes have built a winning start to this season on defense.Despite falling in their most recent game, a 72-68 defeat in overtime against No. 5 Michigan State in East Lansing, Mich., the Buckeyes are still allowing only an even 56 points per game. The 72 put up by the Spartans was the highest total against OSU this season.The Spartans struggled at times against OSU’s defense, turning over the ball over 17 times. After the game, MSU coach Tom Izzo was complimentary of the Buckeye defense.“Everybody knows they’re the best defensive team in the country,” Izzo said. “Everybody knows those guards are leading the country in steals. They get after you. You just have to man up.”Two of OSU’s starting guards, senior Aaron Craft and junior Shannon Scott, are in the top 35 in the country in steals per game, with Craft tied for 20th.Scott, who tallied three steals against the Spartans, has been improving consistently on defense despite still making mistakes, OSU coach Thad Matta said.“He got out of position one time and they made us pay for it, but Shannon is quick,” Matta said after the game Tuesday. “He is difficult to guard and he hit some big free throws, some big shots down the stretch.”The 56 points per game is best in the Big Ten, with second place and No. 4-ranked Wisconsin allowing 60.5 a contest.OSU freshman forward Marc Loving said Dec. 17 that having such a strong defensive team makes every practice tougher than the games.“The game’s are a lot easier compared to practice … we have one of the best defense in the country,” Loving said. “So when we practice with great defenders like (senior guard) Lenzelle (Smith Jr.), Aaron (Craft) and (junior forward) Sam (Thompson) … they’re lock down defenders so the game will just be 10 times easier when you get on the court.”Since Big Ten play began, the Buckeyes are allowing 64.7 points per game, but their defense continues to impress.Nebraska coach Tim Miles said after his team lost to OSU, 84-53, Jan. 4 that it’s hard to get things going against such a talented defensive team.“Ohio State’s really good … their defensive quickness really causes problems. They have the ability to switch a lot of things,” Miles said.Before the Big Ten opener against Purdue, Scott said the team is enjoying the way it plays defense.“I think as a team standpoint, we’re taking pride in our defense now,” Scott said Dec. 30. “It’s not just me and Aaron … it’s everybody now. The fact that we’re all taking pride in that makes it a lot of fun for us to play defense and hopefully we can keep doing it in the Big Ten and keep going from there.”The Buckeyes will need a stout defensive performance in their next game to prevent a second consecutive loss. The 20th ranked Iowa Hawkeyes (12-3, 1-1) are scheduled to visit Columbus to take on the Buckeyes, and come in sporting the conference’s top offense, scoring an average 86.1 points per game.Scott said Dec. 13 the goal for the Buckeyes is to make teams fear playing against the defense.“Coach Matta talks about it a lot, about every game, that we’re the best defense in the country,” Scott said. “We really want to have that in our heads that nobody should be able to score on us … From a viewpoint of other teams speaking of us as a problem on defense, we really want that to happen. We want them to be scared to play against us. As long as we can keep doing that, it’s going to make our game a lot easier.” read more


Ince Solskjaer hasnt done anything special at Man United

first_imgEx-Manchester United star Paul Ince believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s record start as interim coach has been overpraisedSince replacing the fired Jose Mourinho last month, Solskjaer has collected six wins in a row following Sunday’s 1-0 triumph over Tottenham at Wembley.The result also enabled Solskjaer to break the legendary Sir Matt Busby’s 73-year-old record of five wins in his opening games in charge of United.Aside from that, the Norwegian has been heavily praised for bringing out the best of Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford – which is something Mourinho struggled to do so.But Ince has sensationally claimed that he and old team-mate Steve Bruce, who was fired by second division side Aston Villa in October, could have done that themselves.“We can’t get too sucked in with what Ole’s done,” Ince told Paddy Power.“Let’s be honest, it couldn’t get any worse at Manchester United before Jose Mourinho left.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“There was a dark cloud over the entire club, the players, the fans and the staff. It was impacting performances on the pitch.“Ole’s come in, a friendly face at the club with a calming influence and it seems as though the players have upped their effort as a result.“The shackles are off, but that doesn’t mean that Ole is the right man for the job.“I could have gone in and done the same thing, so could Steve Bruce.“Anyone could have gone in and done what he has done, it wasn’t a hard thing to do to give those players freedom and improve the mood.”The Englishman also added that Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino should remain as first choice for the permanent managerial vacancy at Old Trafford.last_img read more