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24 Apr 19
Minnesota Score Magazine and Radio

When the Twins opened spring training in February, Ryne Harper’s name didn’t show up anyone’s list of position battles or roster projections. Yet, nearly a month in the season, Harper has emerged as a reliable member of the team’s bullpen. A 37th round draft pick by Atlanta in 2011 out of Austin Peay State, Harper […]

24 Apr 19
sportworld665

Second-half goals from Bernardo Silva and substitute Leroy Sane gave Manchester City a 2-0 derby triumph over Manchester United as Pep Guardiola’s men edged back ahead of Liverpool in the Premier League title race. Following a humiliating 4-0 defeat at Everton on Sunday, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made five changes to the United XI and he […]

24 Apr 19
Revolution

Liberal take: Media Learned Nothing from Russiagate Rolling Stone’s Matt…

24 Apr 19
NewsAnnapurna

Manchester City has, in truth, eased their way back to the top of the Premier League this evening after a clinical if not dominant derby display was enough to beat Manchester United at Old Trafford. David De Gea was beaten at his near post twice as goals from Bernardo Silva and Leroy Sane earned Pep […]

24 Apr 19
GREAT LAKES WATCHMAN

By Michael Kisseka     We’ve been witnessing media crossfire between Uganda and Rwanda for months. Yet the president of Uganda has not come up to speak to Ugandans about the serious allegations raised by Rwanda, including accusations pinning him for supporting terrorist groups meant to wage war on Rwanda as one of the most […]

24 Apr 19
Gerald's Place

The History Of The House Of Rothschild The Rothschilds have been in control of the world for a very long time, their tentacles reaching into many aspects of our daily lives, as is documented in the following timeline. However, before you jump to the timeline, please read this invaluable introduction which will tell you who […]

24 Apr 19
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24 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
IT was not the speed of Shane Long’s goal on Tuesday night that impressed Mick McCarthy — it was the coolness. There was just 7.63 seconds on the clock when the Ireland striker netted the quickest goal in Premier League history against Watford. Shane Long scored the fastest goal in Premier League history against Watford Long is in fine form at the moment Mick McCarthy has been impressed with Long’s run in form For a man who has got used to lengthy goal droughts — he has endured eight-month and 11-month dry spells in the past 26 months — the short wait was welcome. His strike against the Hornets was his third in four games, Long’s most productive spell in three years. And it was the confidence of the finish as he casually lifted it over goalkeeper Ben Foster, rather than the timing, that had Ireland boss In top form McCarthy excited at the thought that Long is now back to his best. McCarthy said: “I know it was seven seconds and he’ll be remembered for that but he should be remembered for the deft finish. His finish was brilliant. “Making blocks and holding the ball up, he’ll do that all day long. That’s what he’s known for. But his finish was excellent. “His run was bound to affect his confidence. There’s no player in the world it wouldn’t affect. I know what it does to a player. As a player, it does affect confidence. “When goals are flying in and you’re a goalkeeper or a defender, it does affect you and vice-versa when you’re not scoring goals. “I’ll tell you when it’s easy to say your confidence hasn’t been affected, when you come back you’re scoring goals and everything’s going well. “You can reflect on it and you know that it has affected you. “At the time, he probably doesn’t feel any different. He just plays. “But the acid test is when you get that one on one and you’re not scoring goals. “Read Tony Cascarino’s book and see what he says about it. Going through on goal it’s in his head and he’s thinking, ‘You’ve no chance, you’re going to miss or the keeper will save it’. “It’s just natural. Shane didn’t tell me that, I just know it. I was a player. I played.” Go-to guy Long, 32, missed McCarthy’s first two outings in charge against Gibraltar and Georgia with an ankle injury but he is part of his plans for the June Euro 2020 qualifiers with Denmark and Gibraltar. McCarthy explained: “I don’t need to watch him play, I know what Shane is all about. If Shane is scoring goals then he’s in the squad, there’s no doubt. “He’ll be a huge difference because he’s always a physical presence on the pitch and a work-rate.” Plenty of options But McCarthy stressed he has a fight on his hands to get in the team. He added: “We played 4-3-3 and Didzy (David McGoldrick) did that for me at Ipswich. He played on the left and he quite enjoyed that. “I think Shane has done it in a three. We’ll see, I can’t make any real comments on that one, let’s have a look and let’s hope that they’re both fit when they come in.” And the Ireland boss is keen to look at his other options too having used McGoldrick and Seán Maguire in his first two games in charge. Portsmouth’s Ronan Curtis — who normally plays in a wide position — also missed the March games though McCarthy is a fan. Not only that but Preston attacker Callum Robinson is back fit and amongst the goals while Bristol City’s Callum O’Dowda is close to a return to action. Ireland are likely to go to the Algarve at the end of May for a training camp ahead of the Denmark and Gibraltar games. However, the potential for 11 players in the EFL play-offs has put a spanner in his plans. McCarthy would, ideally, love to have the 23-man squad he intends to use for the games together but he will now make do. Also, his hopes of getting a game in Portugal have been in vain and the team will instead face the Under-21s in a behind-closed-door match in Abbotstown on their return. No sign of Pat But Leeds United’s Patrick Bamford remains on the backburner with McCarthy confirming he has had no contact with him since mid-March. Bamford is keen on switching allegiance from England to Ireland. But the striker insisted he wanted to concentrate on club football until the end of the season. That means he will not be eligible for Ireland until September at the earliest because of the red tape involved. McCarthy explained: “There’s no chance, not for these two games in June because he has not got his passport yet. “The last time that he said ‘Look, I want to concentrate on my football there, try to get promoted’. He had been injured and he did not want to cause any confusion. So I said fine. The next chance that he has of playing for me is in September. So for the minute that has been sidelined completely. We’ll see if he gets up and talk to him then.” The Ireland manager spent Tuesday evening matching Shamrock Rovers — who fielded his recent call-up Jack Byrne — lose 1-0 to arch-rivals Bohemians at Tallaght Stadium. He admitted that the two first-half red cards for Rovers meant he could not make a proper judgement on any of the players in action. However he did give a nod to Bohs star Danny Mandroiu as well as Hoops pair Aaron McEneff and Lee Grace. McCarthy added: “Mandroiu, the No 7 7. But none of them would have caught my eye just because of the game. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ SPORT ” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “The No 10 for Rovers (McEneff) started well, I like him. He has always done alright and the lad who got sent off (Grace), he defended well. He looked quick and he was unlucky to be sent off. “But the game become a bit of a farce. Jack (Byrne) never had a kick, he was chasing about and it never suited him. “It’s the best atmosphere I’ve seen at a game here. Both sets of fans were brilliant. Decisions changed the game.” Mick McCarthy, and Republic of Ireland Womens national team manager Colin Bell were on hand at the Aviva Stadium today to launch the 2019 SportsDirect.com FAI Summer Soccer Schools programme MICK McCARTHY was speaking at the launch of the 2019 Sports Direct Summer Soccer Schools, priced at €70 with discounts for siblings and multiple camp bookings. More details are available at http://www.summersoccerschools.ie
24 Apr 19
Naija Latest Gist

They have already qualified for the FIFA U-17 World Cup, but Nigeria, just like Angola and Cameroon still want more from the on-going African U-17 Nations Cup holding in Tanzania. Nigeria topped Group A of the championship to earn their semifinal ticket, while Guinea, as runner up in Group B, also got the opportunity to […]

24 Apr 19
TheSixYardRing

It’s been an eventful week or so in the boxing world both in and out of the ring. As I’m sure many readers now know, last week Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller failed a random Voluntary Anti Doping Association (VADA for short) drug test and in the past week has subsequently failed a further test for […]

24 Apr 19
limitless life

Savagery and Its Promoters and Profiteers By David Swanson http://davidswanson.org/savagery-and-its-promoters-and-profiteers/ Max Blumenthal’s new book, “The Management of Savagery: How America’s National Security State Fueled the Rise of Al Qaeda, ISIS, and Donald Trump,” is over 300 pages and wastes not a word. It also does far more than it claims. “This book,” Blumenthal writes, “makes […]

24 Apr 19
News Time Global

The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony April 12 at Fly High Cheer & Tumble, 21 S. Railroad Ave., Wyoming.Owned and managed by Andrea Caswell and her husband David, Fly High Cheer & Tumble offers various cheerl…

24 Apr 19
Mark's Blog

Being an environmentally friendly person who recycles, limits use of harmful chemicals, conserves water, grows plants and one who enjoys breathing clean clear air, I try to do what is right and not to be a pig when it comes to my environment. I enjoy not being able to see the air I breath in […]