Brighton goalscorer Neal Maupay says Tottenham heads quickly droppedby Paul Vegas18 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBrighton striker Neal Maupay says Tottenham heads quickly dropped during Saturday’s 3-0 thrashing.Maupay scored Albion’s quickest ever Premier League goal after 150 seconds when the disorientated Hugo Lloris inexplicably dropped the ball before suffering a dislocated elbow when he fell.“We sensed their heads went down after the first goal – that’s why we kept pushing and putting pressure on them,” said Maupay. “Losing Lloris and the goal so early was hard for them and they looked worried. We knew they were having a tough time so we wanted to keep going at them. And it worked because they dropped a bit and we got the second goal.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: An Ohio State Buckeye helmet is seen on the sidelines prior to the start of the game during the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)When it comes to college housing, Ohio State football players have it pretty good. Buckeye linebackers Joe Burger and Craig Fada showed off their apartment on the first episode of “OSU Cribs,” and we must say, they have a pretty nice pad. There is plenty of Ohio State-themed memorabilia around, as you’d expect, but they also show off the strobe light and fog machine set up. And of course, like any good episode of Cribs, we get a look at the players’ cars.Playing football at Ohio State looks like a decent time. Not that we didn’t already know it.
APTN National NewsJordan’s Principle was named after Jordan River Anderson.Anderson was a five-year-old boy from the Norway House Cree Nation in Northern Manitoba. He died in hospital while governments argued over who should pay his medical bills.As APTN National News reporter Tiar Wilson finds out, governments continue to argue while more kids are at risk.On Friday, APTN InFocus will take a closer look at the issue.
OSU forward Alexa Hart (22) looks for space around defending Virginia Cavaliers forward Sydney Umeri (44) on Dec. 21 at the Schottenstein Center. Photo Credit: Greg Bartram | USA TODAY SportsThe Ohio State women’s basketball team has relied heavily on the explosiveness of the nation’s top-scoring duo during the 2015-16 season.That wasn’t the case Thursday evening at the Schottenstein Center against the Indiana Hoosiers.Top Buckeye guards, sophomore Kelsey Mitchell and senior Ameryst Alston, were held in check early on in Columbus, prompting the OSU frontcourt to come alive. The extra effort was definitely needed for the No. 5 Buckeyes (11-3, 3-0) to fend off Indiana (9-6, 1-2) at home, 97-70.“They came out ready to play right off the jump,” OSU junior forward Shayla Cooper said. “We had to match their intensity, and once we matched it we actually took it to another level after that.”The Buckeyes have struggled immensely with their perimeter defense this season, ranking dead last amongst Big Ten teams in 3-point defense. A lack of outside pressure has allowed teams to attack OSU with an onslaught of long-range jumpers from the tip.Matters were no better on Wednesday when Indiana opened up the first quarter of play shooting 4-of-6 from beyond the arc.“I think putting more pressure on the ball, not letting them see the open man,” Cooper said of the team’s solution to Indiana’s hot start.Multiple missed layup opportunities also stymied OSU from overcoming Indiana. However, OSU sophomore Alexa Hart and Cooper continued to work the interior, sparking a 10-3 run that knotted the contest at 18 after one quarter of play. Hart registered a double-double on the night, scoring 18 points and collecting 13 rebounds.Despite breaking out of an early shooting slump, the Buckeyes still could not entirely pull away from the Hoosiers. That’s because OSU’s elite scorers Mitchell and Alston continued to be held in check by Indiana, combining to shoot 4-of-18 from the field in the first half.“The way (Indiana) came out, the way they shot the ball, I think that prevented us from doing things that we usually do,” Mitchell said.Nevertheless, OSU’s presence in the post continued to eat away at Indiana. Cooper provided a 14-point first-half spark off the bench, leading a Buckeye frontcourt that outscored the Hoosiers 32-18 in the paint over the first 20 minutes. Cooper finished the night shooting 10-of-16 from the field, tallying 23 points and eight rebounds.“I like the energy and it gives us a different look when she comes in,” OSU coach Kevin McGuff said of moving Cooper to the bench.The Scarlet and Gray brought a 40-35 advantage into halftime and built some early momentum after the break. OSU’s first 3-point conversion two minutes into the second half from Mitchell brought the Buckeyes’ lead to seven and led to an Indiana timeout.Mitchell, who finished with 23 points on the night, led the team with 15 points in the third quarter on a perfect 5-of-5 shooting from the field, opening up a 12-point lead heading into the final quarter.“Sometimes when you’re not sure about yourself and you have a slow start it can wear on you,” McGuff said. “But I do think we have a lot of confidence about how we’re playing.”OSU continued to pull away via not letting up on the Hoosiers, sustaining an aggressive and pesky press on defense. That tenacity brought the team’s turnover margin to a plus-10 mark by the game’s end, and helped the Buckeyes finish with 16 points off of turnovers and 23 offensive rebounds.The Buckeyes will continue their Big Ten schedule with a matchup against Rutgers (10-4) on Sunday. Tipoff is set for 2 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center.
Southampton striker Charlie Austin has been handed a two-game ban by the English FA for his gesture during the club’s 3-1 home loss Manchester City, Goal claims.The former Queens Park Rangers striker was booed when he was substituted off in the 68th minute and appeared to make an abusive sign towards the travelling City fans last month.The Football Association charged the 29-year-old with making “an abusive and/or insulting” gesture and he will miss the next Premier League against Leicester City this weekend as well as the FA Cup replay against Derby County on January 16.Premier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…This is not the first time Austin has found himself in disciplinary matters with the FA. In 2016 the striker received a three-match ban for violent conduct following an altercation with Huddersfield goalkeeper Jonas Lossl.Austin also was shown a red card as a QPR player during a 2-0 win against Burnley, after finding the back of the net against his former club.The striker’s suspension leaves Saints boss Ralph Hassenhuttl with only Shane Long, Sam Gallagher and Michael Obafemi as his only options in attack.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 3 Nov 2014 – Meetings start today for families impacted by the possible liquidation of British Atlantic Financial Services Ltd. The Premier on Friday announcing that he and the Opposition will sit down to determine what can be done to save the insurances plans which in some cases span two decades. Said to be around $6.2million dollars in the red, BAFSL charges that the Financial Services Commission has been hindering a plan to save the company and its policies. Those meetings tonight are set at the Regent Palms we understand; among those working with the BAFSL customers is Joseph Connolly of PriceWaterHouseCoopers. Beaches puts former Premier on blast about controversial pier Related Items:liquidation, liquidation of British Atlantic Financial Services Ltd, premier rufus ewing Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Row over Grand Turk infrastructure reaches fever pitch in Parliament Bishop says peace & prosperity is everybody’s responsibility at Law Enforcers Church Service
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, March 16, 2017 – Providenciales – Turks and Caicos Environmental Management is responding to our news report where at least one resident of Grand Turk says they are fed up with the state of the dump there.One of the principals of the company, Tim Hodge contacted Magnetic Media with the aim to explain what is happening at the company which has for five years been paid to manage the dump sites, but where there are still some essential elements of the agreement undone. We asked Mr Hodge about the tire shredder and were told that it will be here in a matter of weeks; the shredder will however, only be stationed in Providenciales where tires we understand have been accumulating for over five years.No shredder is earmarked for Grand Turk, Mr. Hodge said the plan is to recycle the tires there and he also said there is a plan to move the tires which have also been gathering at the dump for over five years. The question which arises is where will TCEM move those hundreds of tires to in Grand Turk?The resident who brought the matter to light said he believes it would be a shift of the problem from one place to another. The resident also said, he does not believe the spraying of the tires with a mosquito repellent is effective for the amount of tires which he photographed. Hodge is convinced that their spraying, he said in partnership with Environmental Health, is effective.Hodge explained during that telephone call that an EPA approved style of landfill to cope with the tires was dismissed by Government as a solution. TCIG has rejected burying the tires as research proves this is dangerous to the environment and a potentially explosive hazard; literally.To questions on keeping animals off the compounds; Hodge said the feral dogs are aggressive and dig under the fence in the Capital; but when we spoke to Grand Turk residents, they say the front gate is always opened and the animals move in and out, just as easily as vehicles dumping garbage do.The resident is also convinced that the lack of perimeter fencing is why garbage easily flies out of the dump and around the island. It is maintained that there is no security guard in Grand Turk, though there is one in Provo. Mr Hodge refuted that and said there is security at both sites. Magnetic Media was offered a tour of the TCEM managed dumps in the coming week; we have accepted.TCEM was in 2012 signed on for five years as managers of the Provo and Grand Turk dumps to the tune of $1.5 million per year.#MagneticMediaNews#TCEM#poordumpmanagementTCI#TimHodgeTCEM#TCEMdefendsdumpmanagement Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #poordumpmanagementTCI, #TCEM, #TCEMdefendsdumpmanagement, #TimHodgeTCEM Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Wheeland MP says ‘Enough is enough’; Official statement on Landfill fire Burning rubber at Provo Landfill; fire again blamed on arson… again Recommended for you TCI: TCEM contract not renewed, Gov’t back in charge of dump sites
Google Assistant now introduces visual snapshot feature Google Assistant has made lives easier by performing tasks just by voice commands. Now, Google’s digital assistant has a new voice and most users are going to love it. In what is the first celebrity voice cameo for Google Assistant, Grammy-winning artist John Legend is going to answer some of your questions starting with “Hey Google.”Any device powered by Google Assistant, including Google Home speakers, Smart Displays as well as Android and iOS mobiles, in the U.S. will be capable of switching to John Legend’s voice. So, if you’re tired of listening to that male/female robotic voice, John Legend’s silky smooth voice is to the rescue.How to activate John Legend’s voice in Google Assistant?If you have a device where Google Assistant is always listening, simply say: “Hey Google, talk like a Legend.” This will instantly switch the voice and you can throw your questions, but don’t be surprised if not all your questions are answered in the singer’s voice. Google I/O 2018: Google CEO Sundar Pichai announcing the new features of Google Assistant, which include 6 new voices.ReutersIf the Always Listening feature for Google Assistant is turned off on your device, launch the Assistant by long-pressing the Home button and say “talk like a Legend.”Alternatively, you can dive into Assistant settings and do the voice swap. Open Google Assistant on your device, tap the three vertical dots for the menu, select Settings, then Preferences, choose “Assistant Voice” and make your selection.What should you ask?As exciting as it is to get all responses in John Legend’s voice, there are some limitations to that unless you don’t mind getting an answer in the regular dialogue. Google had Legend record answers to a few questions and there are some Easter Eggs as well, which many fans will be delighted to crack. John Legend recording for Google Assistant voiceYouTube screenshotHere are the top questions you can ask Google Assistant to get responses in Legend’s voice:”What’s the temperature outside?””Why is the sky blue?””Are you John Legend?””What’s your favorite type of music?””Who is Chrissy Teigen?””Tell me a joke.”Also, try these for some fun surprises:”Hey Google, serenade me””Hey Google, are we just ordinary people?”As limited as the responses are, users must know that Legend’s voice is not a permanent addition to the Google Assistant voices. On the bright side, this could just be the beginning of more celebrity cameos and we can expect more. Stay tuned. Close
Swiss climber Ueli Steck as he poses at Sigoyer, in the Hautes-Alpes department of southeastern France. AFP file photoSwiss climber Ueli Steck, one of the most feted mountaineers of his generation and famed for his speed ascents of iconic Alpine routes, died on Mount Everest on Sunday, officials said.“Today morning, he had an accident on the Nuptse wall and died. It seems he slipped,” Ang Tsering Sherpa, head of the Nepal Mountaineering Association, told AFP.Steck, 40, was on Everest to acclimatise before attempting in May to summit the world’s tallest peak followed by neighbouring Lhotse, connecting a series of ridges to design a never before climbed route.Everest and neighbouring peak Nuptse share a common ridge, which is where Steck slipped and fell, according to a government official.“He skidded off about 1,000 metres from (Mt Nuptse) camp two early morning on Sunday. Other climbers ascending Everest saw him and asked for his rescue,” said Dinesh Bhattarai, director general at the Department of Tourism.Steck was climbing alone when he died. His partner, Tenji Sherpa, had sustained severe frostbite earlier and was recovering at a lower camp.His body was recovered by Nepali guides and flown by helicopter to Kathmandu.The accomplished alpinist sought to pioneer new routes throughout his career, earning the nickname “the Swiss Machine” for his record solo ascents in the Alps.He was attempting to achieve another first this year by charting a rarely climbed route to summit both Everest and Lhotse, the world’s fourth highest mountain, all without the use of supplemental oxygen.Steck was due to summit Everest via the West Ridge—a route that has recorded more fatalities than summits—before climbing Lhotse.In a video recorded in early April and posted on YouTube, Steck said he would judge the attempt a success regardless of whether he reached the top—as long as he returned alive.Mingma Sherpa, the first Nepali to summit all 14 of the world’s peaks above 8,000 metres, said the accident—the first fatality of this year’s spring climbing season on Everest—underscored the unpredictability of mountaineering.“It is very sad news, he is a very experienced climber,” he said of Steck’s death.“Things can be so unpredictable in the mountains and it can be challenging even for the most seasoned climbers.”Tributes poured in for Steck on social media, with British climber Kenton Cool—who has scaled Everest 12 times—describing him as “a true inspiration to all”.“A man that showed us all what was possible in the mountains and beyond,” Cool tweeted.Stalked by controversySteck made global headlines in 2013 when he and two other Western climbers came to blows with a group of furious Nepali guides on Everest.The brawl shocked the mountaineering community, causing a damaging rift between Western climbers and the often lowly-paid Nepali guides who are essential for commercial expeditions to the crowded summit.An angry Steck swore never to return to Everest, telling a Swiss website that his “trust (was) gone”.But he was back in the Himalayas only months later, this time to scale Mount Annapurna, the world’s tenth highest peak, via its steep Southface wall, becoming the first mountaineer to complete a solo ascent of the 8,091-metre (26,545-foot) peak.Controversially, he offered no photographic proof of his accomplishment, saying an avalanche knocked his camera out of his hand.Nevertheless, he was awarded the Piolet d’Or, mountaineering’s top accolade, for the 2013 climb.Born in the town of Langnau im Emmental near the Swiss capital Bern in October 1976, Steck was a devoted climber by the age of 12.As an 18-year-old, he climbed Mont Blanc’s Eiger massif, an achievement that attracted attention and later sponsors, setting him on a course to become a professional climber.He soon became one of the most prominent names in mountaineering after scaling some of the world’s most daunting peaks, often alone and without basic safety equipment such as fixed ropes or bottled oxygen.But, in an interview with AFP nearly two years before his death, Steck said he was never inspired by a quest for fame or records.“Personal pleasure alone dictates my approach,” he said.He told AFP that he never wanted climbing to become a “business” and was content when his income exceeded what he previously made as a carpenter.Steck was however attacked by some in the mountaineering world for resisting the use of GPS to track his movements or refusing to record photographic evidence of his achievements, criticism that he dismissed as “jealousy”.
ITV America’s Leftfield Pictures has teamed up with Scooter Braun’s SB Projects to develop and produce a talk show format for Facebook Watch.Lewis HowesThe talk show will be hosted by Lewis Howes, the author, entrepreneur and host of The School of Greatness podcast.Titled Breakthrough with Lewis Howes, the show will premiere on Facebook later this year.It will contain human-interest pieces and expert interviews to inspire and empower viewers to reach their full potential, accomplish their goals and share their achievements.Each episode will dive deep into one specific topic, falling under themes such as happiness, forgiveness, financial success and social equality.Filmed in an intimate Brooklyn loft space, each show will feature a live studio audience made up of individuals all dealing with the day’s topic, and who participate in the conversation.At the end of each episode, Howes presents a call to action, with strategies, practices and tips to help guests – and Facebook Watch viewers — navigate their challenges and rise above them.As part of the weekly format, there will also be a live episode every Wednesday, where Howes addresses viewer feedback and answers Facebook community questions about the week’s topic.He’ll also use a dedicated Facebook Group to check guest and viewer progress throughout the week.Breakthrough with Lewis Howes is executive produced by Shawn Witt, Gretchen Palek, Jordana Hochman and Rob Dauber for Leftfield Pictures, with Scooter Braun and Scott Manson executive producing for SB Projects. Lewis Howes will also serve as executive producer.“Lewis has an incredible talent for connecting with people and inspiring them to share their struggles and triumphs,” said Braun.“He is the perfect person to helm this transformative and inspiring show. We are excited to put something positive like this out into the world.”