Derby County

21 Feb 19
Chelsea Echo

With the likelihood of Maurizio Sarri being sacked as the manager of Chelsea I look at the possibility of Frank Lampard and Jody Morris taking over. As we all know Frank Lampard needs no introduction to Chelsea. For me like others he’s the greatest player to ever play for us and it will take some […]

21 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
CHELSEA could miss out on Zinedine Zidane as he is keeping an eye on the managerial situation at former club Juventus. The former Real Madrid boss, 46, has emerged as an early favourite to take over at Stamford Bridge if Maurizio Sarri is sacked. Zinedine Zidane has been linked to Juventus since he left Real Madrid But according to The Mirror, Zidane could snub a switch to Chelsea in favour of joining the Italian giants. He has been heavily linked with Juventus since he left Madrid in May 2018. It is understood that Zidane, 46, is monitoring the situation in Turin amid claims that Massimiliano Allegri, 51, could leave this summer. The Juventus boss, who has been linked to Manchester United, told reporters last week: “Nothing is certain. Zinedine Zidane made over 150 appearances for Juventus as a player “I’ve been fine here at Juventus for five years and I’m happy. I have a contract and I am happy at Juventus. “I am focused on the present, on our targets this season. We’ve won the Supercoppa, now we have to win the Serie A and the Champions League.” SunSport exclusively revealed this week that Zidane only wants the Chelsea job if they match his terms and ambition. The French legend has demanded a £200 million transfer kitty and wants Eden Hazard to sign a long-term deal. [article-rail-topic title=”latest chelsea news” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”12″ /] Massimiliano Allegri has been linked to the managerial job at Manchester United Zidane, who led Madrid to three Champions League titles, has been out of work since he left the Bernabeu. Stamford Bridge veteran and Derby County boss Frank Lampard has also been named as a top target to replace struggling Sarri. Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is clinging onto his job after a poor run of results [bc_video video_id=”6003239197001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Zinedine Zidane WILL take Chelsea job… if they fulfil three key demands for the former Real Madrid boss “]              
21 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
CHELSEA could miss out on Zinedine Zidane as he is keeping an eye on the managerial situation at former club Juventus. The former Real Madrid boss, 46, has emerged as an early favourite to take over at Stamford Bridge if Maurizio Sarri is sacked. Zinedine Zidane has been linked to Juventus since he left Real Madrid But according to The Mirror, Zidane could snub a switch to Chelsea in favour of joining the Italian giants. He has been heavily linked with Juventus since he left Madrid in May 2018. It is understood that Zidane, 46, is monitoring the situation in Turin amid claims that Massimiliano Allegri, 51, could leave this summer. The Juventus boss, who has been linked to Manchester United, told reporters last week: “Nothing is certain. Zinedine Zidane made over 150 appearances for Juventus as a player “I’ve been fine here at Juventus for five years and I’m happy. I have a contract and I am happy at Juventus. “I am focused on the present, on our targets this season. We’ve won the Supercoppa, now we have to win the Serie A and the Champions League.” SunSport exclusively revealed this week that Zidane only wants the Chelsea job if they match his terms and ambition. The French legend has demanded a £200 million transfer kitty and wants Eden Hazard to sign a long-term deal. [article-rail-topic title=”latest chelsea news” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”12″ /] Massimiliano Allegri has been linked to the managerial job at Manchester United Zidane, who led Madrid to three Champions League titles, has been out of work since he left the Bernabeu. Stamford Bridge veteran and Derby County boss Frank Lampard has also been named as a top target to replace struggling Sarri. Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is clinging onto his job after a poor run of results [bc_video video_id=”6003239197001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Zinedine Zidane WILL take Chelsea job… if they fulfil three key demands for the former Real Madrid boss “]              
21 Feb 19
The Sun
CHELSEA could miss out on Zinedine Zidane as he is keeping an eye on the managerial situation at former club Juventus. The former Real Madrid boss, 46, has emerged as an early favourite to take over at Stamford Bridge if Maurizio Sarri is sacked. Zinedine Zidane has been linked to Juventus since he left Real Madrid But according to The Mirror, Zidane could snub a switch to Chelsea in favour of joining the Italian giants. He has been heavily linked with Juventus since he left Madrid in May 2018. It is understood that Zidane, 46, is monitoring the situation in Turin amid claims that Massimiliano Allegri, 51, could leave this summer. The Juventus boss, who has been linked to Manchester United, told reporters last week: “Nothing is certain. Zinedine Zidane made over 150 appearances for Juventus as a player “I’ve been fine here at Juventus for five years and I’m happy. I have a contract and I am happy at Juventus. “I am focused on the present, on our targets this season. We’ve won the Supercoppa, now we have to win the Serie A and the Champions League.” SunSport exclusively revealed this week that Zidane only wants the Chelsea job if they match his terms and ambition. The French legend has demanded a £200 million transfer kitty and wants Eden Hazard to sign a long-term deal. [article-rail-topic title=”latest chelsea news” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”12″ /] Massimiliano Allegri has been linked to the managerial job at Manchester United Zidane, who led Madrid to three Champions League titles, has been out of work since he left the Bernabeu. Stamford Bridge veteran and Derby County boss Frank Lampard has also been named as a top target to replace struggling Sarri. Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is clinging onto his job after a poor run of results [bc_video video_id=”6003239197001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Zinedine Zidane WILL take Chelsea job… if they fulfil three key demands for the former Real Madrid boss “]              
21 Feb 19
Sheffield Printmakers

Happy New Year everyone hope you all had a good holiday and a bit of a rest. Since our successful Open-Up event in the Walled Garden in Meersbrook Park, which we have been asked to do again ,group members have been very busy, both in Sheffield and abroad. At the Derbyshire Open Art Exhibition in […]

21 Feb 19
Nikki Miller-Rose

The jingle-jangle clink-clank-crush of exhausted Schmidt cans in an otherwise empty cardboard box, a pair of deer carcasses hanging from the rafters, the scriiiiiiiitch of skin peeled back from flesh; sounds and sights situating themselves among my earliest sensory memories. Death. Slow death, fast death, sustenance, nourishment. Heads and antlers propped in another cardboard box, tongues lolling out – pink, rough, scratchy, fresh – fresh flesh the smell of a fistful of pennies in your tiny little hand. I’d sit on the stoop in the garage, swinging my legs from the landing, listening to the men gossip late into the night.

21 Feb 19
Redwood Times
Last fall produced some of the best king salmon fishing on both the Klamath and Trinity Rivers in recent memory, and the preliminary number of returning kings seem to reflect just that. While we’re still not back up to average runs sizes, we’re headed in the right direction. The CDFW predicted a river run size of 91,873 in 2018, and they were nearly spot on. According to the “Review of 2018 Ocean Salmon Fisheries” document, recently released by the PFMC, preliminary postseason river returns showed 92,293 adults returned. Considering where we were in 2016 when just 27,353 adults returned, prompting a full fall-run closure in 2017, I’d say the numbers are going the right way. On an average year, we’ll see right around 122,000 adult kings return to the basin. So, we’ve got a little ways to go before the stocks are rebuilt completely. “The 2018 Klamath fall chinook returns were slightly below average and the number of jacks returning also fell below long-term average,” said Wade Sinnen, Senior Environmental Scientist on the Klamath/Trinity Rivers. In 2018, only 11,114 jacks, or two-year-old salmon, returned. During the previous ten years, the average number of returning jacks was roughly 22,600. The real bright spot according to Sinnen was the number of returning three-year-old fish. “These fish are part of the 2015 brood year, which made a good showing last year as two-year-old. This brood will translate to a decent preseason abundance forecast of age four fish this year.” The bottom line of low jack counts is next year’s adult return may not be as robust, and therefore a smaller recreational quota for the whole basin. “In terms of fishing opportunity this coming year, it’s too early to say for sure,” said Sinnen. “We will know more after the Ocean Salmon Information meeting in Santa Rosa. However, I do not expect a large in-river quota based on past runs of the magnitude we experienced this past year.” While the jack count was low, most of the information coming out of the report was positive for the basin. The number of natural area spawners was 53,624 adults, which exceeded the preseason expectation of 40,700. However, the stock is still in “overfished” status as escapement was not met the previous three seasons. The estimated hatchery return was 18,564 adults for the basin. Spawning escapement to the upper Klamath River tributaries (Salmon, Scott, and Shasta Rivers), where spawning was only minimally affected by hatchery strays, totaled 21,109 adults. The Shasta River has historically been the most important Chinook salmon spawning stream in the upper Klamath River, supporting a spawning escapement of 27,600 adults as recently as 2012 and 63,700 in 1935. The escapement in 2018 to the Shasta River was 18,673 adults. Escapement to the Salmon and Scott Rivers was 1,228 and 1,208 adults, respectively. According to the report, the Yurok and Hoopa Valley tribes shared a federally-reserved right of 50 percent (18,122) of the available harvest surplus of adult Klamath fall Chinook. Tribal adult harvest was 14,769 (Yurok: 12,444 adults; Hoopa Valley: 2,325 adults), which was 81 percent of the tribal allocation. Next up is the annual Ocean Salmon Information meeting, which will be held February 27 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Sonoma County Water Agency office located at 404 Aviation Blvd. in Santa Rosa. Ocean abundance will be discussed, which will then trickle down to river quotas. For more information on the meeting, contact Chenchen Shen at 707-576-2885 or Chenchen.Shen@wildlife.ca.gov The weather ahead “The next couple days will be dry, but the rain will return over the weekend,” said Kathleen Zontos of Eureka’s National Weather Service. “Del Norte will be the first area hit with the rain beginning on Saturday morning before it moves south on Sunday. Right now, it’s looking like widespread and heavy rain will fall on Monday and potentially on Tuesday. Through Tuesday evening, the Smith basin can expect four to five inches of rain. There’s a little uncertainty about the rainfall totals hitting Humboldt. Both the Mad and Eel basins could see up to five inches, but it will probably be a little less. Several inches are definitely possible. Next Wednesday and Thursday are looking dry, but another storm is forecasted for the weekend,” said Zontos. HSU Fishery Seminar John ‘Carlos’ Garza, of NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center and UC Santa Cruz will be giving a presentation titled “The origins of ecotypic differentiation in Pacific salmonids” on Wednesday February 27 at 4:00 p.m. in WDFS 258 on the HSU Campus. This is a timely topic given the potential listing of the Upper Klamath-Trinity River spring Chinook salmon as endangered. The Rivers Chetco/Rogue The Chetco has its biggest numbers of steelhead so far this season spread throughout the river reports Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. He said, “The past few days most guides are getting two to six steelhead a day, with a mix of fresh wild and hatchery fish and spawned out fish heading back toward the ocean. The river dropped to fishable levels on Monday and was in prime shape Tuesday after being blown out for a week. Expect a crowd this weekend because of the derby,” added Martin. “After a week of high water, the lower Rogue was fishable again Monday,” said Martin. “Plunkers are catching good numbers of steelhead on Spin-N-Glows, while jet boaters also are starting to catch fish again. Conditions should be prime all week.” Smith River Last weekend saw some of the best steelhead fishing to date on the Smith River. Guides and sport anglers were back on the water Sunday and the scores were good. Most boats landed fish during the high water, and Monday and Tuesday were even better. Conditions should be excellent the rest of the week, but flows are predicted to rise quickly beginning Sunday morning. If the rains come as predicted, the river could be blown out on Monday. Eel River (main stem) The main stem was running at 18,000 cfs on Wednesday and nowhere near fishable. The rain coming on Saturday is forecasted to bump the flows back up to 35,000 cfs. Will need a couple solid weeks of dry weather before it will fish. Eel River (South Fork) Hovering around 4,500 cfs on the Miranda gauge as of Wednesday, the South Fork was still quite a few days away from being fishable. The storms coming this weekend will put us back a square one. It’s predicted to hit 10,000 cfs by early Monday. Van Duzen The Van Duzen was right around 1,200 cfs as of Wednesday. According to Paul Grundman of Rio Dell’s Grundmans Sporting Goods, there’s a chance it’s fishable above Yager Creek. “It was still a little dirty on the lower end, but it would be worth looking at above Yager,” Grundman added. Flows are predicted to drop to 850 cfs on Friday and Saturday, which should be good. It’s predicted to blow back out on Sunday. Mad River The river is still high and muddy, but a few fish were caught just below the hatchery this week reports Justin Kelly of Eureka’s RMI Outdoors. “The color is still way off, but guys are catching a few right at the hatchery. With more rain coming this weekend, it doesn’t look like it will be green anytime soon,” added Kelly. Find “Fishing the North Coast” on Facebook and fishingthenorthcoast.com for up-to-date fishing reports and North Coast river information. Questions, comments and photos can be emailed to kenny@fishingthenorthcoast.com
21 Feb 19
Times-Standard
Last fall produced some of the best king salmon fishing on both the Klamath and Trinity Rivers in recent memory, and the preliminary number of returning kings seem to reflect just that. While we’re still not back up to average runs sizes, we’re headed in the right direction. The CDFW predicted a river run size of 91,873 in 2018, and they were nearly spot on. According to the “Review of 2018 Ocean Salmon Fisheries” document, recently released by the PFMC, preliminary postseason river returns showed 92,293 adults returned. Considering where we were in 2016 when just 27,353 adults returned, prompting a full fall-run closure in 2017, I’d say the numbers are going the right way. On an average year, we’ll see right around 122,000 adult kings return to the basin. So, we’ve got a little ways to go before the stocks are rebuilt completely. “The 2018 Klamath fall chinook returns were slightly below average and the number of jacks returning also fell below long-term average,” said Wade Sinnen, Senior Environmental Scientist on the Klamath/Trinity Rivers. In 2018, only 11,114 jacks, or two-year-old salmon, returned. During the previous ten years, the average number of returning jacks was roughly 22,600. The real bright spot according to Sinnen was the number of returning three-year-old fish. “These fish are part of the 2015 brood year, which made a good showing last year as two-year-old. This brood will translate to a decent preseason abundance forecast of age four fish this year.” The bottom line of low jack counts is next year’s adult return may not be as robust, and therefore a smaller recreational quota for the whole basin. “In terms of fishing opportunity this coming year, it’s too early to say for sure,” said Sinnen. “We will know more after the Ocean Salmon Information meeting in Santa Rosa. However, I do not expect a large in-river quota based on past runs of the magnitude we experienced this past year.” While the jack count was low, most of the information coming out of the report was positive for the basin. The number of natural area spawners was 53,624 adults, which exceeded the preseason expectation of 40,700. However, the stock is still in “overfished” status as escapement was not met the previous three seasons. The estimated hatchery return was 18,564 adults for the basin. Spawning escapement to the upper Klamath River tributaries (Salmon, Scott, and Shasta Rivers), where spawning was only minimally affected by hatchery strays, totaled 21,109 adults. The Shasta River has historically been the most important Chinook salmon spawning stream in the upper Klamath River, supporting a spawning escapement of 27,600 adults as recently as 2012 and 63,700 in 1935. The escapement in 2018 to the Shasta River was 18,673 adults. Escapement to the Salmon and Scott Rivers was 1,228 and 1,208 adults, respectively. According to the report, the Yurok and Hoopa Valley tribes shared a federally-reserved right of 50 percent (18,122) of the available harvest surplus of adult Klamath fall Chinook. Tribal adult harvest was 14,769 (Yurok: 12,444 adults; Hoopa Valley: 2,325 adults), which was 81 percent of the tribal allocation. Next up is the annual Ocean Salmon Information meeting, which will be held February 27 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Sonoma County Water Agency office located at 404 Aviation Blvd. in Santa Rosa. Ocean abundance will be discussed, which will then trickle down to river quotas. For more information on the meeting, contact Chenchen Shen at 707-576-2885 or Chenchen.Shen@wildlife.ca.gov The weather ahead “The next couple days will be dry, but the rain will return over the weekend,” said Kathleen Zontos of Eureka’s National Weather Service. “Del Norte will be the first area hit with the rain beginning on Saturday morning before it moves south on Sunday. Right now, it’s looking like widespread and heavy rain will fall on Monday and potentially on Tuesday. Through Tuesday evening, the Smith basin can expect four to five inches of rain. There’s a little uncertainty about the rainfall totals hitting Humboldt. Both the Mad and Eel basins could see up to five inches, but it will probably be a little less. Several inches are definitely possible. Next Wednesday and Thursday are looking dry, but another storm is forecasted for the weekend,” said Zontos. HSU Fishery Seminar John ‘Carlos’ Garza, of NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center and UC Santa Cruz will be giving a presentation titled “The origins of ecotypic differentiation in Pacific salmonids” on Wednesday February 27 at 4:00 p.m. in WDFS 258 on the HSU Campus. This is a timely topic given the potential listing of the Upper Klamath-Trinity River spring Chinook salmon as endangered. The Rivers Chetco/Rogue The Chetco has its biggest numbers of steelhead so far this season spread throughout the river reports Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. He said, “The past few days most guides are getting two to six steelhead a day, with a mix of fresh wild and hatchery fish and spawned out fish heading back toward the ocean. The river dropped to fishable levels on Monday and was in prime shape Tuesday after being blown out for a week. Expect a crowd this weekend because of the derby,” added Martin. “After a week of high water, the lower Rogue was fishable again Monday,” said Martin. “Plunkers are catching good numbers of steelhead on Spin-N-Glows, while jet boaters also are starting to catch fish again. Conditions should be prime all week.” Smith River Last weekend saw some of the best steelhead fishing to date on the Smith River. Guides and sport anglers were back on the water Sunday and the scores were good. Most boats landed fish during the high water, and Monday and Tuesday were even better. Conditions should be excellent the rest of the week, but flows are predicted to rise quickly beginning Sunday morning. If the rains come as predicted, the river could be blown out on Monday. Eel River (main stem) The main stem was running at 18,000 cfs on Wednesday and nowhere near fishable. The rain coming on Saturday is forecasted to bump the flows back up to 35,000 cfs. Will need a couple solid weeks of dry weather before it will fish. Eel River (South Fork) Hovering around 4,500 cfs on the Miranda gauge as of Wednesday, the South Fork was still quite a few days away from being fishable. The storms coming this weekend will put us back a square one. It’s predicted to hit 10,000 cfs by early Monday. Van Duzen The Van Duzen was right around 1,200 cfs as of Wednesday. According to Paul Grundman of Rio Dell’s Grundmans Sporting Goods, there’s a chance it’s fishable above Yager Creek. “It was still a little dirty on the lower end, but it would be worth looking at above Yager,” Grundman added. Flows are predicted to drop to 850 cfs on Friday and Saturday, which should be good. It’s predicted to blow back out on Sunday. Mad River The river is still high and muddy, but a few fish were caught just below the hatchery this week reports Justin Kelly of Eureka’s RMI Outdoors. “The color is still way off, but guys are catching a few right at the hatchery. With more rain coming this weekend, it doesn’t look like it will be green anytime soon,” added Kelly. Find “Fishing the North Coast” on Facebook and fishingthenorthcoast.com for up-to-date fishing reports and North Coast river information. Questions, comments and photos can be emailed to kenny@fishingthenorthcoast.com
20 Feb 19
Derby Uni Footy Journos

In a game that would have seen Derby County sneak into sixth place – at the expense of Bristol City – it in fact panned out to be the polar opposite as the Midlands side fell to a 1-0 defeat. Jed Wallace ended a swift counter attack on 72 minutes, firing low and hard beyond […]

20 Feb 19
Nachrichten Welt

NEIL Harris feierte "eine der besten Auswärtsleistungen" seiner Zeit als Verantwortlicher, als seine Mannschaft aus Millwall Derby County am Dienstagabend im Pride Park mit 1: 0 besiegte. Jed Wallace erzielte das einzige Tor des Spiels, nachdem Shane Ferguson 18 Minuten vor dem Ende der Saison einen zweiten Auswärtssieg in der Liga erzielte. Derby hatte nur […]

20 Feb 19

SUPERKING

ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIP DERBY COUNTY VS Milwall DERBY COUNTY  @  – 0.5

20 Feb 19
talkSPORT
Derby County’s play-off hopes were dealt a crushing blow as Millwall grabbed a vital 1-0 win at Pride Park. It was the Lions’ second win in 18 away Championship matches, moving them five points above the relegation zone while Derby remain two points outside the top six. The Millwall players celebrate victory at Pride Park Derby could have few complaints after a desperately flat performance despite Ashley Cole making his full debut and Millwall thoroughly deserved the victory secured by Jed Wallace’s second-half strike. Cole’s inclusion was no surprise after his performance as a second-half substitute in the FA Cup defeat at Brighton but he was one of only two changes while Millwall also made two from the weekend. Frank Lampard had been in the same team as Millwall boss Neil Harris at Brentwood School but 12 places and 20 points separated them going into the game, although the visitors began confidently with Mahlon Romeo whipping a ball across the six-yard box. Cole showed his experience to get across and break up an attack but Millwall were content to sit in and make it hard for Derby although Duane Holmes made a strong run down the right in the 21st minute only for Martyn Waghorn to over-run the ball. Jed Wallace celebrates his second half strike When Millwall conceded a free-kick 25 yards out, Harry Wilson placed the ball but could not get it over the wall and although Tom Huddlestone tried to switch play with some sweeping passes, Derby were being frustrated. Huddlestone’s 25-yard shot was just over in the 40th minute but neither goalkeeper had been called upon in a poor first half. Derby had a chance five minutes into the second when Fikayo Tomori’s ball put Jack Marriott in between Millwall’s central defenders but he lost his balance and scuffed the shot. There was a scare for Derby when Wallace skimmed the bar with a cross in the 55th minute but Millwall stunned the home side with a breakaway goal in the 72nd. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST EFL NEWS” posts_category=”71″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] Shane Ferguson released Wallace who ran into the box before driving a low shot under Kelle Roos, the first shot on target in the match. Derby reacted with a double substitution but they needed a spark on the field as Millwall continued to play with discipline and resilience. A free-kick in the 86th minute found its way to Richard Keogh at the back post but his ball in was cleared as Millwall’s defence held firm. Jordan Archer punched away a corner in the first of four minutes of added time before he made his first real save to parry a Tomori header and that was Derby’s last chance as boos rang out at the final whistle.
20 Feb 19
High Velocity Sport

Derby County 0-1 Millwall: Jed Wallace stuns Frank Lampard’s Rams https://ift.tt/2IutaXA Millwall’s players celebrate Jed Wallace’s goal which ensured just a second away Championship win this season Jed Wallace’s second-half strike eased Millwall’s relegation concerns and dented Derby County’s Championship play-off hopes. Wallace scored the only goal on the counter-attack on 71 minutes, the first […]

20 Feb 19
cricet news

Jed Wallace’s second-half strike eases Millwall’s relegation concerns and dents Derby County’s play-off hopes. from BBC Sport – Football https://ift.tt/2IutaXA

20 Feb 19
UltraSports.TV

Jed Wallace attack alleviates Millwall dents and concerns Derby County’s play off hopes.