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20 Apr 19
Wildflower Reflections

Spring has finally sprung and I am thrilled about it! The new season of the year has also brought a new season of life. A few months ago, I succumbed to a deep depression yet again. I could hardly see a way out. I fell behind in all of the classes I was taking. I […]

20 Apr 19
High Velocity Sport

Mary Altaffer/Associated Press The only remorse Brooklyn Nets forward Jared Dudley showed for his third-quarter ejection in the Nets’ 112-108 Game 4 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers came in the form of more fighting words. “If anything I would have gotten my money’s worth even more,” the 33-year-old said after Saturday afternoon’s game, per The […]

20 Apr 19
High Velocity Sport

Nathaniel S. Butler/Getty Images After the two were part of an on-court altercation in Game 4, Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid had strong words for Brooklyn Nets forward Jared Dudley following a 112-108 Sixers victory on Saturday in New York. Embiid started his postgame interview with TNT by calling Dudley a “nobody”: McCollum and the […]

20 Apr 19
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20 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
DON’T feel too sorry for Alex McLeish this morning. Football bosses make bundles from the sack these days and you can bet that Eck has been well rewarded for his 14 months’ work. Alex McLeish speaking ahead of San Marino match Given the way he was hung out to dry these last few weeks, I hope he milked the SFA for every penny of his contract. Hampden chief executive Ian Maxwell should be hanging his head in shame over McLeish’s treatment. Alex was never the right guy to replace Gordon Strachan but 77 caps should have bought him more respect. Football managers are like cars and Alex had too many miles on the clock by the time he pitched up at Hampden for a second time. Alan McRae, Malkay Mackay and Rod Petrie at Celtic vs Aberdeen Paris, a Rangers Treble and that fairytale League Cup win with Birmingham City were all in the distant past. Everyone but the SFA could see that. Eck is better out of the job but spare me the idea he was stressed out. Compared to Ibrox, the Scotland job is a breeze. With only a handful of games a year, without an ounce of expectation from supporters, it’s a bit like managing Hibs or Hearts. Football’s equivalent of Butlins. I had to laugh when reading the SFA can’t afford to screw up their next appointment. You bet they can and probably will because nobody holds them accountable. These days the blazers are surviving on apathy. Bottom line is nobody really cares any more. Yeah, we get the faux anger after a bad result but it doesn’t hurt any more. The national team is now a very poor second compared to the club game. Those Tartan Army foot-soldiers chanting ‘Sack the Board’ in San Marino? By the time they reached the boozer they’d be more concerned with the temperature of their lager. Scotland fans protest against Alex McLeish Put it this way, you’re never going to see them storming Hampden’s sixth floor. In the meantime, Scottish international football continues to rot in front of our eyes. If it’s not mind-numbing friendlies against Qatar or Canada in Edinburgh, it’s the soulless experience of watching our boys in the Hampden echo chamber. When we’re only getting 17,000 for the Nations League opener against Albania, the game’s a bogey. Lord Willie Haughey and Sir Tom Hunter meant well when bailing the old girl out but there’s not a chance in hell of the SFA dragging the ground into the 21st Century. That cash would have been better spent sponsoring a proper manager as the Republic of Ireland did with Giovanni Trapattoni. Instead, don’t be surprised if you see the position advertised in your local job centre. Been out of work for a while? Can’t find a club? Step this way, we have the very gig for you. [article-rail-section title=”most read” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Hard to believe it once attracted heavyweights like Tommy Docherty, Jock Stein, Alex Ferguson and Walter Smith. And I’ll tell you what, for all that Berti Vogts turned out to be a dud, his appointment at least demonstrated a bit of ambition. Don’t expect to see the boat pushed out this time. Right now the governing body is in poorer financial nick than your local high street. The nearest they’d get to a coup would be blagging Steve Clarke, who’s unlikely to be on top dollar at Kilmarnock. Derek McInnes isn’t going to swap a solid relationship with Stewart Milne to work for Rod Petrie. Davie Moyes can also be discounted. Having experienced the Old Trafford hot seat, he wouldn’t be able to handle the Mount Florida bowling club. Elsewhere, Malky Mackay deserves another shot at frontline management having taken his porridge for previous mistakes. Whether the SFA would have the balls to handle PC zealots who’d oppose Malky is another matter. Scot Gemmill would be a risk, having never managed at the sharp end, but has a decent track record with the youngsters. An in-house promotion would save the SFA on compensation. Maxwell, himself a cut-price appointment, will recommend Eck’s successor to the Hampden board for rubber-stamping. That’s the limit of his power. But he could flex some muscle when it comes to McLeish’s successor. Alex was shafted by players who could have turned up but chose not to. Managers in England are leaning on players not to play ahead of Premier League games. By enforcing the five-day rule, Maxwell would stop them turning out for their clubs after blanking Scotland. If we’re to improve, that nonsense has to end. Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers from Scottish football plus fixtures, results and live match commentary [bc_video video_id=”6028333159001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Furious Newcastle coach sent to stands after ref fails to send off Ward-Prowse in tense Southampton clash”]
20 Apr 19
High Velocity Sport

Nathaniel S. Butler/Getty Images An emotional first-round series got uglier in the third quarter of Saturday’s game between the Brooklyn Nets and Philadelphia 76ers. Nets veteran Jared Dudley took offense to a hard Joel Embiid foul on Jarrett Allen, starting a shoving match that included Jimmy Butler and more. McCollum and the Blazers Snapped Postseason Losing […]

20 Apr 19
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20 Apr 19
The Hook

Thursday 18 April 2019 Somewhere on the beach between Haumoana and Te Awanga By Rosheen FitzGerald The waxing moon rises over the ocean, a sliver away from full fullness. The cloud dappled sky spreads, vast, above gently lapping waves, tumbling stones and the inky finger of the cape stretching to the horizon. On the shore, […]

20 Apr 19
Nachrichten Welt

Am Samstag kehrte Nigel Farage nach Nottingham zurück, wo er vor fünf Jahren als Anführer der UKIP von einem Demonstranten mit einem Ei geschlagen wurde. Seitdem hat sich viel verändert, und jetzt ist Farage Anführer der Brexit-Partei, die in der Albert Hall der Stadt eine Kundgebung abhielt. Vorher ging Farage mit einer kleinen Gruppe von […]

20 Apr 19
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20 Apr 19
50 is the New 50 Blog

5 Days of Spring Outfit Ideas What better way to welcome in Spring than with a week of fresh, new Spring outfit ideas that you can wear now to Summer! I’m sharing a week of Spring outfit ideas that I hope will brighten up your wardrobe! Spring Pastels Nothing says Spring like pastels! I love […]

20 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

On Saturday, Nigel Farage returned to Nottingham, where he was beaten five years ago as leader of UKIP by a demonstrator with an egg. Since then, much has changed, and now Farage is Leader of the Brexit Party, which held a rally in the city's Albert Hall. Earlier, Farage walked downtown with a small group […]

20 Apr 19
Profound Premed

I've lost a fair amount of weight in the past year, so I'm currently in the process of purchasing almost an entirely new wardrobe. I'm applying this summer, so (hopefully) I'll need a suit for interviews. I've been eyeing the Logan pant and accompanying blazer from Banana Republic, probably in both navy and black. I […]