See also:Chelsea Ladies close to title after crucial winHayes focused on Champions League place Hedvig Lindahl, Niamh Fahey and Ana Borges have joined England midfielder Katie Chapman in signing new contracts with Chelsea Ladies.The quartet have all agreed two-year deals with this season’s FA Cup winners.Captain Chapman, 33, starred in the England side which finished third at the World Cup in Canada this summer. AdChoices广告Sweden international goalkeeper Lindahl, 32, joined at the start of the season and has played a key role in helping the Blues climb to the top of the Women’s Super League table with two games remaining.Republic of Ireland international centre-half Fahey, 27, and Portugal international full-back Borges, 25, also signed before the current campaign.Keeper Lindahl has played a key role since joining ChelseaChelsea Ladies are next in action on Sunday, 27 September when they are away against Liverpool in their penultimate league game.Their final WSL fixture is a home match against Sunderland at Staines FC the following Sunday. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Manchester United finished third in the season in the English Premier League. The Red Devils fulfilled their big goal – participation in the Champions League in September, after triumphing in the direct match against Leicester for the European quota with 2: 0. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side did not make their best visit to King Power Stadium, but took the required three points after a goal from a penalty by Bruno Fernandes and a goal by Lingard deep in added time.The hosts needed a mandatory victory, but this afternoon they created too few situations for David De Gea. The cleanest of them opened in front of Jamie Vardy at the beginning of the second half, but the ball found only the door assembly. In the end, the main defender of the “blues” Johnny Evans received a red card. Source: GettyImages Thus, the “foxes” of Brendan Rodgers will have to settle for a place in the second strongest tournament, the Europa League. Chelsea will finish below №4 in the final standings.The guests started extremely ambitious, and the effect of their actions could have been in the second minute. Pogba played very cleverly for Anthony Martial, and then the Frenchman was knocked down in the penalty area by the clumsy Wes Morgan. If there was no ambush, it would be very likely that a penalty would be awarded by Judge Martin Atkinson.There was a controversial situation at the other end of the field, where Iheanacho was knocked down in the field of United by Pogba, but there was no signal for an 11-meter penalty kick. Source: GettyImagesThe first real danger of “King Power Stadium” was registered in the 14th minute. United’s Nemanja Matic made a mistake in front of his penalty area, allowing Leicester to deploy a quick counter. It was completed with a shot from Ndidi’s rainbow, but the ball went just above the top beam of De Gea.Leicester created a lightning counterattack in the 24th minute, when the “foxes” had a numerical advantage slightly over the opponent’s penalty area. In a three-on-two situation, Kelechi Iheanacho was too busy and instead of combining with Vardi in time, the Nigerian shot weakly and did not bother the insecure De Gea. Source: GettyImagesOle Gunnar Solskjaer’s team reached a goal in the 31st minute, but it was correctly canceled due to an ambush. Paul Pogba sent a famous pass to Fernandes, but the Portuguese hurried to start before playing the goal of his French colleague.Shortly before the break, an excellent opportunity opened up for one of United’s leaders, Marcus Rashford. The star took advantage of a moment of inattention on the part of the “blue” defense and adjusted the ball to his comfortable right foot. However, accuracy betrayed him and sent his shot at a safe distance for Schmeichel.Definitely the “red devils” raised the quality of their performance in the final chords of the part. Marcus Rashford missed the goal for the second time. This time the player with №10 took advantage of a melee at a corner in the field of Leicester and shot. Schmeichel showed composure at the decisive moment and reflected with skill. Source: GettyImagesLeicester could be seen very close to the opening goal in the 59th minute, but luck again covered their opponent. Tillemans crosses the ball. Despite his awkward position, Jamie Vardy managed to play with his head, and the ball landed on the joint of De Gea and then went out.Manchester United waited for their moment in the 69th minute. The Red Devils stole a ball in the center, after which Greenwood released a pass for Martial. The Frenchman advanced with a ball in his leg, but was subjected to a double violation by both Evans and Wes Morgan. Referee Atkinson was adamant and pointed to the penalty. Bruno Fernandes took on the responsible task, beating Schmeichel 0: 1 in his traditional style.David De Gea responded appropriately to his critics in the 75th minute. The Spanish goalkeeper created a magical save in a shot by Harvey Barnes, thus preserving the leadership of the “red devils” a quarter of an hour before the end. Source: GettyImagesVisibly upset by the turn of events, Johnny Evans of Leicester lost his temper and created a gamen foul against Scott McTominey in the sequel. His actions were for a direct red card and it was a miracle that the injured Scotsman could continue the match.Totally disillusioned, the alumni of Brendan Rodgers made a stupid mistake, which shaped the final score 0: 2. Kapser Schmeichel decided to feint Jesse Lingard just outside his penalty area. The Dane failed with a bang and so for the player with №14 remained the easiest and threw the ball into the net. Thus, Leicester will have to settle for participation in LE next year, while United returns with fanfare to the Champions League. Source: GettyImages
Three consecutive stages of the International Motorsport Federation (FIM) motocross world championship will take place on the Ķegums track in Latvia after a five-month break. Two more stages will take place from 10 to 12 and from 14 to 16 August.In the most prestigious MXGP class, treating injury to Paul Jonas, Latvia will be represented by Kārlis Sabulis and Matīss Karro in a competition of 38 drivers.Paul Jonass from the “Rockstar Energy Husqvarna” team last June took the 12th place in the ninth stage of the world championship season – Latvian “Grand Prix” – on the “Golden Horse” track in Ķegums in MXGP class. Slovenian Tim Gayser won, the second was the Frenchman Roman Fever, and the third place was won by the Swiss Arno Tonuss.The second, third and fourth rounds of the EMX250 championship will also take place in the Latvian stage, as well as the three opening rounds of the brand new “EMX Open” class.Related news Injury is more serious than expected: Paul Jonas will not be able to resume motorcycle training in the coming months Jonas will have to recover for at least two months after an unsuccessful fall in training Paul Jonas injured his spine and ribs while falling hard in training In the MX2 class, Latvia will not be represented among 36 athletes.Mairis Pumpurs, Kristiāns Freimanis, Tomass Šileika and Rainers Žuks will also be among the 70 drivers for the EMX250 competition from Latvia.In the “EMX Open” class, local riders in the competition of 30 athletes will be represented by Arnolds Sņķers.Others are currently reading The newborn boy was left at the Thames during World War II. After 70 years, a sad family secret was revealed After an unauthorized maneuver, a motorcyclist has to ride on the roof of a car at the intersection of Tallinas and Cēsu streets A Spanish magazine will despise talking about the appearance of a 16-year-old Dutch princess
The Nevada Gaming Control Board has issued a notice of approval permitting sportsbooks to offer wagers on the Call of Duty League through 2020.Through this exemption, the state’s licensed bookmakers are authorised to post and accept bets on Call of Duty League matches through the end of the year. Per the Control Board’s notice, licensees may offer the following wager types: head to head, match winner, and overall winner.Photo credit: Call of Duty LeagueRELATED: European Masters on menu for Nevada bettors following regulator approvalOn March 12th, the Call of Duty League announced its plans to shift to an entirely online structure amid the coronavirus outbreak. Despite this, Nevada punters will see their first Call of Duty betting opportunity as early as next weekend at the Chicago Huntsmen Home Series.Licensees electing to provide Call of Duty League moneylines must first declare their intent to the Enforcement Division via a notification of terms. Sportsbooks are required to display official rules on the event organiser or sanctioning body’s website prior to accepting wagers. The determination of odds will be set at the bookmaker’s discretion, with rules governing incoming wagers made publicly available.RELATED: ESI Gambling Report: Esports betting, a global lifeline for operatorsUnder conditions outlined by the Control Board, in-play betting options are prohibited for the Call of Duty League 2020 season. All results must be based on a permissible source complying with Nevada regulatory guidelines and audit procedures. Additional markets deviating from the three approved wager types will require separate application and approval from the Control Board.Call of Duty will now be placed on the betting menu alongside Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends, Dota 2, iRacing and Overwatch; all of which were approved by Nevada regulators throughout the last several weeks.Esports Insider says: This marks the ninth exemption issued by the Nevada Gaming Control Board to permit esports betting in the last three weeks. Notably, the regulator has shifted its focus from individual events, such as ESL One Los Angeles, to accommodate esports leagues with more plentiful wagering options over an extended period.Follow ESI on Instagram
Run away league leaders Asante Kotoko say they are not complacent ahead of a relatively easy game in Accra on Saturday against the struggling Mighty Jets which could wrap up a record 22nd league title.Asante Kotoko has a 12 point lead with just 18 more available in the remaining six matches of the GLO premier league season. A win against Mighty Jets will spark early celebration of their first title success in four seasons as two more wins will be enough to cap a brilliant season.Mighty Jets will be counting on their impressive home form against the Porcupine Warriors. Mighty Jets won last season’s match 2-0 in Accra and coach Jonas Amissah explains his team will be motivated by that despite Kotoko’s red hot form.Hearts of Oak has given up on the league but plan a grand finish with six victories in their last six matches. Coach of the side CK Akunnor describes the last six matches of the season as six finals and Dwarfs will be their guest on Sunday.Ashanti Gold is unbeaten in the second of the league and don’t have intentions throwing away that record in their home game against SC Medeama at the Len Clay Stadium. Ash Gold is in second place with 40 points following a turnaround in results at the start of the second round.Berekum Arsenal hopes to move further away from the relegation by beating All Stars at the Golden City Park on Sunday. Arsenal is just one point above Mighty Jets in 14th place. Tema youth will play host to Chelsea at the Tema Park and Bechem United host Liberty professionals at the Bechem Park.Heart of Lions is just 5 points off the relegation zone in a season where the change of coaches from Paa Kwesi Fabien to Ken Auggust appears to have been a failure. At the Kpando Park on Sunday, Lions host Aduana Stars hoping for a win and Wassaman must beat New Edubiase at the Tarkwa Park to have any chance of avoiding relegation.
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation(NEW YORK) — You know who’s tired of your Nickelback jokes? Deadpool, that’s who.The Merc with a Mouth demands that you “Respect the Back” in a new trailer for Once Upon a Deadpool, the upcoming PG-13 version of the very R-rated Deadpool 2. The clip stars Ryan Reynolds’ profane anti-hero and actor Fred Savage, who’s sitting in bed Princess Bride style when he lays down some harsh words for the much-maligned Canadian rock band.Savage opens by comparing Deadpool being a Marvel property licensed by Fox to “The Beatles being produced by Nickelback.” “It’s music, but it sucks,” he says. “They’re over-produced, formulaic ear-garbage.”Luckily for Nickelback, Deadpool is here to defend their honor. “I’ve had it all this Nickelback hating,” he declares, before ticking off a litany of the band’s career accomplishments, including 50 million albums sold worldwide, six Grammy nominations, 12 Canadian Juno Awards — “Those count,” Deadpool says — and six Billboard Music Awards.After an ashamed Savage apologizes, he and Deadpool start singing an impassioned rendition of Nickelback’s “How You Remind Me.”In response, Nickelback tweeted at Reynolds, “It’s not like @VancityReynolds to say sorry, we’ve been waiting on a different @deadpoolmovie story.”Once Upon a Deadpool opens in theaters December 12.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Angela SheltonThe Julien Dubuque International Film Festival opens today and is drawing actors, writers, directors and movie lovers from across the globe.Los Angeles-based filmmaker Angela Shelton will be appearing at the four-day festival to host screenings of her new feature film, “Heart, Baby!” It’s based on the true story of a champion boxer in a Tennessee prison who is invited to box on the U.S. Olympic team.“The movie is really why he turned down the Olympics and it’s really about the brotherhood,” Shelton says. “He and his best friend were in prison together and they grew up in reform schools together. The movie really, truly is what would you do for your best friend?” Shelton also visited Iowa about a decade ago to show her documentary, “Searching For Angela Shelton.”In that film, she interviewed dozens of other women with her same name and found many of them had something in common: they’d been victims of sexual abuse but had also overcome obstacles and found success in life. Shelton says that’s something of a theme in all of her movies.“One-hundred percent,” Shelton says. “I’ve been told by my editor that every director makes the same movie over and over on some level and mine is definitely one of resilience and trust in God’s plan, really a higher message like how to live happily ever after, no matter what you’ve been through.” When she first heard the boxer’s story, Shelton says she decided it was a movie she “had” to make, pursuing the virtues of love, commitment and sacrifice.“‘Heart, Baby!’ follows right along that line,” Shelton says. “Here’s all these convicts that you assume you’re going to hate and you end up, like, ‘I actually love all of these men and I want them to live happily ever after,’ and guess what? They do! It has a happy ending but you’re definitely going to cry, I’m going to warn you on that one.” Shelton is planning for a theatrical release of the film in late October or early November.The film festival in Dubuque runs through Sunday and will host screenings of “Heart, Baby!” and some 60 other features, documentaries, shorts and international entries.Share this:FacebookTwitter
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Teachers have the uncanny ability to impact our lives and the lessons they teach us remain with us forever. They paint our minds and encourage us to think outside of the proverbial box. They cheer us on from the sidelines. Our achievements are theirs and our burdens become theirs.They act as mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, and friends. They go above and beyond the call of their duties to ensure that we are the best versions of ourselves. They encourage us to break the barriers and hold ourselves to higher standards. Teachers are truly an inspiration and the lessons in the classrooms remain etched in our minds forever.The fact that they work even when they are at home and on vacation makes teachers even more specials and in order for one to become a teacher, they must love the profession.Nothing speaks for a profession like being in it for almost two decades and making countless sacrifices. For 18 years now, Rashlie Joseph has been sacrificing, inspiring and nurturing the thousands of students who passed through his classes.The 36-year-old is a social studies teacher at the North Ruimveldt Multilateral School in Georgetown. Rashlie has always had a passion for teaching mainly because of the teachers in his life. He saw them as an inspiration and wanted to give back and make an impact as they did in his life.“My passion for teaching developed during my senior years at secondary school. I was extremely fond of children and the many ways I can contribute to life and happiness. Added to that I was always thinking about how I can correct the errors I’ve seen and faced during my school life. I wanted to treat children better than I was treated and carry on the legacy of greatness I experienced having dealt with some teachers who were very good to me,” he noted.“I somewhat started practising to be a teacher through the roles and duties that were given to me as a head prefect for the Grade Seven students at the time and with my fun, down to earth personality, I felt confident that I had the basic qualities and attribute to fit the profession, create excitement and enjoy a successful career.”In his earlier days, Rashlie grew up with his grandmother, whom he described as his first teacher. She encouraged him to follow his dreams and always ensured that he had the resources to accomplish all he set out for.He attended the Tucville Primary School and after he sat the Common Entrance exams, he gained a place at the East Ruimveldt Secondary School. However, at that time, his grandmother was leaving the country for a short time so he moved to Linden where he attended the Christianburg Secondary School. When his grandmother returned home, he moved back to Georgetown and completed his secondary education at the school he now teaches at.When he wrote the Caribbean Examinations Council exams, he immediately knew that teaching was the path he wanted to take. He would have applied to the Cyril Potter College of Education (CPCE) and got rejected four times but on his fifth try, he was successful.Additionally, Rashlie completed a certificate in Early Childhood Education at the University of Guyana’s Institute of Distance and Continuing Education (IDCE) in addition to receiving education in the arts at the Burrowes School of Arts.“After being turned down three times in my attempt to attend the teachers training college (CPCE), I decided in the meantime to complete a diploma for Teachers and Trainers from Cambridge University. I made a fifth attempt to enter CPCE and was successful. There, I completed that which is now called the Associate Degree in Education Programme, with my major in social studies.“As it relates to the subject area I now teach, it was my experiences in those classroom sessions that had a massive influence. I was allowed to express myself and be involved in several debates and public speaking competitions and be as vocal as I can.”In the classroom, Rashlie is quite the charismatic teacher. He not only brings the books but his experiences and personality as well. He speaks to his students in a language they understand, which sets him apart from the rest of the teachers.When asked to pick out one memory that still stands out to him, the search was long and hard. In the past 18 years, he has been making countless memories so to pinpoint one is indeed a tough task. But he searched and came up with one.“I would recall my first opportunity to prepare students for CSEC examinations. I had to exercise bravery and confidence, given that this was not an exam to play with, one which rates the school and prepares students for their lifelong career paths. I was nervous, scared but determined to get it right. My class excelled and ranked among the top performers for that year. With such results, my self-esteem took flight and I believed in myself a bit more,” he recalled.The road to where he is now has been long and challenging, but that did not deter him. Rashlie advises anyone who is contemplating joining the teaching profession to be prepared to exercise compassion, show love and care, and fight for justice when necessary, all in support of our children.“Being a teacher, for me, means quite a lot. It means creating a new and better world with one heart, mind and soul at a time. It means moulding a generation to become greater than the previous. It means creating a happy environment away from home for our children and in many cases a happy home away from a home where life is filled with misery, pain, abuse, and depression. Teaching, for me, also means breaking barriers, lifting standards and defying the odds when negativity presents itself. Whether in the form of people, misconceptions, biases, lack of support or setbacks.”
1 The London Stadium hosts West Ham v Tottenham Tottenham Hotspur will be out to avenge West Ham for putting an end to their title challenge last May, as the pair meet at the London Stadium this afternoon.After a woeful start to the campaign, the Hammers have started to turn their form around, with two clean sheets and four points from their last two games.Spurs, while predictably struggling for victories at Wembley Stadium, have been excellent on the road and are the favourites to their winning run away from home.But their starting line-up has caused quite a stir, with manager Mauricio Pochettino, who has been rotating his squad this season, bringing Moussa Sissoko into midfield while not naming Mousa Dembélé in his squad.Take a look at the confirmed team news below…West Ham XI: Hart, Fonte, Reid, Ogbonna, Zabaleta, Kouyate, Noble, Cresswell, Antonio, Hernandez, ArnautovicSubs: Carroll, Adrian, Sakho, Ayew, Byram, Masuaku, RiceTottenham XI: Lloris, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Aurier, Sissoko, Dier, Davies, Eriksen, Alli, KaneSubs: Trippier, Son, Vorm, Nkoudou, Llorente, Winks, Walker-Peters
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