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20 Jul 19
Bloggers Report

Dundee United owner Mark Ogren looking to build long-term success at the club Rodgers, 46, has been in charge at Parkhead since 2016 and led Celtic to the title twice, while they are currently eight points clear of second-placed Rangers. READ MORE: Rangers fans will be fuming with David Weir about what he said about […]

20 Jul 19
Aberdeen Bugle

via https://ift.tt/2JEVPI3 Motherwell continued their ruthless start to their season with a 4-0 rout of Morton in the Scottish League Cup. James Scott turned in a rebound early on … https://ift.tt/eA8V8J

20 Jul 19
HARVEY DUKE

Sometimes, you don’t need to travel far to find amazing places and things to see. Well, as long as you are in the right mood. If you are stressed or working (the two often go together); or, you are stuck in a rusty fairground of alcohol, or other drugs, or daytime TV, it’s likely you […]

19 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Today we present a new series in Tales of two Halves. "In their pomp" in a nutshell is about players or teams and a moment that displays or passes on a microcosm at its best – or at least, as a supporter of the team or the player concerned may see him. It is likely […]

19 Jul 19
Sydney, 2019

A lot has happened over the past few weeks. I have been to many different places and worked with different ministries at Narwee Baptist. To start off, my host, Brian, took Tonya and I to Jenolan Caves. It was a couple of hours away from Sydney but it was totally worth the drive. We spent […]

19 Jul 19
NE98

By Lewis Michie Stenhousemuir endured somewhat of a rollercoaster ride last season, looking odds on to go straight down for so long, a Scottish Cup replay against Aberdeen after holding the Dons to a draw at Pittodrie in January reenergised Stenny who Colin McMenamin had taken charge of  after the sacking of Brown Ferguson. The warriors […]

19 Jul 19
Naperville Magazine

A collision Friday shut down Waukegan Road from Dundee to Lake Cook roads in Northbrook, according to fire department officials. About 3:25 p.m., two vehicles were involved in an accident in the 300 block of Waukegan Road, said Northbrook Fire Depa…

19 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
KILMARNOCK are the latest club to join the race for Stevie May. SunSport understands the Rugby Park side have made their move and are keen to get a deal done quickly. Killie have joined the race to sign May Killie’s new boss Angelo Alessio is under major pressure following their Europa League exit to Welsh part-timers Connah’s Quay Nomads so needs players in fast. And they have already put the wheels in motion to sign May. Dundee are also pushing hard to land the 26-year-old, while St Johnstone chairman Steve Brown has promised fans he will dip into club coffers to make a serious bid to bring him back to McDiarmid Park. ‘DISGRACE’ Dicker blasts Killie team-mates after ’embarrassing’ Europa League defeat [article-rail-curated title=”RELATED STORIES” selected_posts=”4503832,4503164,4502847,4502132,4501775,4502014″ /] May, who was told he could go earlier this month, now has his pick of several Premiership and Championship clubs. Aberdeen were keen for him to move out on loan before coming back to Pittodrie, but with so many others interested, a permanent switch somewhere now looks the most likely outcome. Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers at the Scottish Sun football page [bc_video video_id=”6061236298001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Kilmarnock fan Gordon Sawers can’t hide his embarrassment as they concede goal to Connah’s Quay”]  
19 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
GORDON STRACHAN has been obsessed with fixing Scotland’s problems — after watching them getting outclassed in Portugal almost 30 years ago. The former national team and Celtic boss sat in a TV studio back in 1993 as Andy Roxburgh’s men were hammered 5-0 in a World Cup qualifier. Gordon Strachan has been appointed Dundee’s new technical director Strachan decided there and then something needed to be done at grassroots level if Scotland were to compete on a level playing field. Now the 62-year-old feels he finally has the opportunity after being appointed Dundee’s new technical director with a remit to produce stars of the future. Strachan has spent the past two years travelling the world to gain a further insight into youth football and hopes to use the knowledge gleaned to help the Dens Park outfit. He said: “I’ve been obsessed with youth football for nearly 30 years. It was since Scotland lost 5-0 to Portugal. Strachan faces the media “I was doing the commentary on TV with Mark Hateley and I thought then that we needed to do something. “We have produced good players, there is no doubt about that. But it is producing great players that can change games. “You have to make sure the great players are backed up with people of intelligence and technical ability. That is what we are trying to achieve. “For the last two years I’ve spent a lot of time speaking to coaches — not copying — around the world from every type of academy. “Nobody knows the names of the top people in youth football but I’ve spoken to them. It’s given me a great insight. “I now have friends in academies across the world — Spain, South America, eastern Europe. “I’ve worked in youth football, I have sons who have been in academies and I’ve had grandsons who play in academies. “I know everybody’s problems — whether it’s players, coaches or mums and dads.” Dundee chief John Nelms and Strachan together Strachan led Celtic to three titles during his stint at Parkhead and insists developing players will provide the same buzz as winning trophies. He said: “Definitely, 100 per cent. There is no greater feeling walking into a dressing room and seeing players and coaches celebrating. “It is nice to feel you have played a wee part in it. “That is the glow you get. And if I can see players developing and coming through I will get the same satisfaction. “I’d love to sit back in five years time and say I helped that player. “I don’t mean playing a few first team games — that doesn’t count. I want them to come through, play a hundred games and then play for Scotland. “Then he goes for a lot of money and develops into a top player. Just playing for the first team does not warrant success.” Since being relieved of his duties by the SFA two years ago Strachan has been constantly coming up with new ways on how to make young players better. Strachan at Dens Park Never short of an opinion, he felt it would have been criminal if his ideas had gone to waste. He said: “I wouldn’t have been happy with myself having all this information and not doing anything with it. “I wouldn’t have wanted to collate it all, leave it by the side of my desk and never put it into practice. “It might fail but the fact is I’m going to have a right good bash at it. “Everybody looks for this huge dossier which makes a wonderful player. It is a lot more simple than that. “I was watching a documentary about the great Bill Shankly at Liverpool and at the end of it they ask him what makes a great player. “He says: ‘You have to be able to pass it and control it, you need to be fit and you need to be a good man’. I thought, that’s it. That is all you need!” Though Strachan does concede there does need to be a radical change in the footballer’s mindset if they want to match the nation’s true sporting superstars. [article-rail-curated title=”RELATED STORIES” selected_posts=”4501555,4497538,4489838,4454025,4450448,4430050″ /] He said: “Individually we are brilliant. If you look at Laura Muir, Chris Hoy and Andy Murray. “They push themselves to the limit and beyond. I don’t think we do that in football. “We train for the middle group. We have to push for the elite and take a lesson from these guys. “That’s why these are fantastic role models. If someone trains for eight hours then they will train for nine. “There are no shortcuts. Players look for shortcuts but there are none out there if you want to be successful. “It’s the same with the Korean women golfers. People wonder why there are so many in the top ten of the world. “Their coaches say it is because they work harder than anybody else. They train from six in the morning until ten at night. It’s not cosmic.” Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers at the Scottish Sun football page [bc_video video_id=”6061698257001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Liverpool plan to make Mo Salah Premier League’s best-paid player with new mega £22.4m-a-year deal”]
19 Jul 19
Francine Haas

The heat has arrived in Chicagoland! There are lots of cycling options ahead, so prepare accordingly and you’ll be set for your adventures. Get out early, drink lots of fluids and keep the ice handy. Check the listings below for a few options in our area. Events: Intelligentsia Cup – This ten day series around […]

19 Jul 19
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