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first_imgDan posted: “What a shocking pen from Colchester.”While another added: “That Colchester guy with possibly the most tragic pen ever.”MOST READ IN FOOTBALLTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himLiam went one step further by commenting on Gazzaniga’s reaction, which was to get up and shout at Brown seemingly for trying to make a fool of him.He posted: “Colchester lad probably just taken the worst penalty I’ve ever seen. Keeper has dived, got back up & punched the pen away. Unbelievable scenes.”Despite the embarrassing result, Mauricio Pochettino failed to slam his players for the defeat.But the result piles the pressure on the Spurs boss, with talk of a crisis emerging in North London. Colchester lad probably just taken the worst penalty I’ve ever seen. Keeper has dived, got back up & punched the pen away. Unbelievable scenes.— L.i.am (@GilesyL14) September 24, 2019 The 24-year-old sauntered towards the ball with the shootout level at 2-2, but instead of blasting or placing it in the corner, he attempted a cheeky panenka.But the striker’s cheeky chip barely made it to the goal and Spurs goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga stood up from his dive and calmly punched it away.Despite United’s eventual victory, fans online were not willing to let Brown get away with it. Colchester player tried a panenka pen in the shoot out vs Spurs & it got saved! 🤦🏻‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/VfJv7Hwlqi— UpperGwladysBlue (@UpperGwladysBlu) September 24, 2019 That Colchester pen was shocking pic.twitter.com/hRD6jPlqjm— Mark (@MarkTweets76) September 24, 2019center_img 😂😂😂 what a shocking pen from Colchester— Dan (@dannybaldy1995) September 24, 2019 COLCHESTER UNITED recorded a famous League Cup win over Tottenham on Tuesday night but there was a hilarious blip on the Essex side’s copybook.The League Two outfit won 4-3 on penalties after playing out a 0-0 draw in normal time and Jevani Brown’s missed spot-kick for the home side had fans in stitches.Keeper having none of that #panenka #Spurs #Colchester pic.twitter.com/dogD2MFgaB— Aidan (@Aid1Long) September 24, 2019 Colchester fans storm onto pitch as they beat Spurs 4-3 on penalties in shock winlast_img read more

first_imgMadang FC Coach Bob Morris has named a strong side with Vanya Malagin and Max Sengum to captain the team.Morris says after losing the first game in Lae last weekend, the boys are gearing up to register their first win at home tomorrow.He says they will not give any chances to Admiralty to drive into their territory and the game plan is straight forward, to be defensive and hit the target.Morris says they have practiced this week on their mistakes and look forward for their game tomorrow.Meantime the boys from Manus residing in Lae for the NSL season arrived in Madang yesterday and are currently training in Laiwoden.Team Manager Jack Changau told Loop PNG they are prepared to take the grand finalist of last season and will not give them a chance at home game.Changau said Coach Peter Sakael has prepared the boys well with Captain Nigel Yohang ready to lead the boys.He says we know this is their home game and the crowd will be up against them but we are ready to put our heads down and play the best Manus Football.“The team will be named this afternoon,” Changau said.last_img read more

first_imgRussia Wi Sehtickets on saleTickets for Jamaica’s opening match in the 2018 World Cup Journey, Russia Wi Seh, go on sale today at outlets right across the island.Ticket prices are: Grandstand 1, $5,500; Grandstand 2, $6,500; and Bleachers, $1,200 per person. Of special note is the Early Boyz, Bleachers Special price, which is $1,000 up to midnight Wednesday, September 2, or until stocks last within that period.Match time next Friday, September 4, is 8 p.m. Gates open at 5 p.m.Members of the Reggae Boyz squad begin arriving into the island on Monday, August 31, for this crucial game. Their opponents, Nicaragua, are expected to arrive on Tuesday, September 1.Tickets outlets are as follows: Petcom (Portmore), Western Sports (Twin Gates and MoBay), York Pharmacy, Total petrol Station (Stanton Terrace, Liguanea, Dunrobin), The Jamaica Pegasus, Captains Bakery (all locations), Richie B’s Liquor Centre, Mary Brown’s Corner.Former Indian spinner on Americascoaching panelDUBAI, UAE (CMC):Former Indian spinner Venkatapathy Raju will be part of the coaching team for the ICC Americas Cricket Combine to be held in Indianapolis, United States, next month, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Wednesday.Raju joins a high-calibre coaching panel for the Combine, which also includes West Indies great Courtney Walsh and internationally renowned American fielding coach Mike Young.”I can’t wait to work with Courtney, Mike and the other coaches, to help the players improve their skills in what really is an exciting initiative for the development of the game,” said Raju.About 100 of the best players within the region will take part in the Combine, following which an ICC Americas representative team will be selected to play in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Nagico Super 50 tournament in January 2016.Australia beat Ireland by 23 runsBELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP):David Warner struck 84 in 80 balls to set Australia on their way to a 23-run win over Ireland using the Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-curtailed one-day international yesterday.Warner put on 139 runs for the first wicket with Joe Burns (69 off 70 balls) as the Australians posted a total of 222-6 in 40.2 overs in Belfast.Ireland had a revised target of 181 off 24 overs, but couldn’t get there despite going along at 6.63 an over and seeing Ed Joyce (44) and Niall O’Brien (45) combine for an 86-run stand for the third wicket.Ireland were all out for 157 with two balls left, with Nathan Coulter-Nile taking 3-13 off 4.4 overs.Australia start their five-match ODI series against England next week.Tharanga to replace retired SangakkaraCOLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP):Sri Lanka has named left-handed Upul Tharanga to replace retired Kumar Sangakkara in the third series-deciding Test against India starting today.Sangakkara quit international cricket after playing the first two games of the series, which is level at 1-1.Captain Angelo Mathews said yesterday the management is still discussing other changes in the team, including whether to hand hard-hitter Kusal Perera a Test debut in place of Jehan Mubarak.Also, off-spin bowler Tharindu Kaushal is doubtful for the game at the Sinhalese Sports Club, having injured the thumb of his bowling hand during the second Test.In his absence, Dilruwan Perera will take the second spinner’s slot.India’s team director, Ravi Shastri, said his team would go all out for a series win after their comeback victory in the second Test.last_img read more

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first_imgParticipants posed with facilitators shortly after the ceremony.BRAC Liberia’s Agriculture, Food Security and Livelihood (AFSL) program has ended a successful implementation of the Pro-resilience Pro-Act 2015 project sponsored by the European Union (EU).The project was implemented in six food insecure counties out of 15 in Liberia; the project began in October 2016 and ended in September 2018.In 2017, BRAC-Liberia and the EU held an inception workshop and launched the project, coded, “Supporting the Poor and Food and Nutrition Insecure to React to Crises and Strengthen Resilience,” which ended in September 2018.The day-long Learning Sharing Workshop was organized in Monrovia on September 26 as a concluding event for the project that also organized six other similar Learning Sharing workshops in Margibi, Montserrado, Bomi, Grand Cape Mount, Grand Bassa and Bong counties.The Pro-resilience Pro-ACT 2015 EU project focused on climate smart agriculture, poultry and livestock production, and comprehensive homestead development for strengthening value chain activities.The project also reached a significant number of community members through nutrition awareness, mother forum and resilient building campaign.As implementing partner, BRAC-Liberia works in close collaboration with authorities of the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) to support the Liberia Agricultural Transformation Agenda (LATA), which is one of the strongest pillars of the Weah Administration Pro-poor Agenda.At the occasion, BRAC-Liberia Acting Country Representative, Aisha Nansamba, lauded all parties that made the project successful.“When you do not acknowledge the lessons learned, you are bound to face daunting challenges,” Nansamba cautioned the farmers.She encouraged them to seek quality outcome and improve their own livelihood, adding: “As the program fizzles out, farmers need to leverage on the training as well as train volunteers to continue enhancing their livelihood.”Mrs. Nansamba said that BRAC, through working with local volunteers, farmers, community leaders, and the MoA, provided sustainability to the project both during the implementation phase and the phase out period.She also said that BRAC-Liberia Food Security and Livelihood Program envision reducing food insecurity and malnutrition in Liberia, catalyzing a shift from subsistence to commercial farming.She named capacity building; improved farming, livelihood and livestock rearing and nutrition awareness as some of the interventions made by the project which, according to her, achieved its overall program objectives.Mrs. Nansamba also highlighted other programs BRAC-Liberia is currently operating, including the Microfinance, Health, Empowerment and Livelihood for Adolescents, Agriculture and Livestock production, Education and Targeting the Ultra Poor (TUP)/Graduation program.Furthermore, she said that the entity has been operating since 2008 and over time expanded its operations to 10 counties.EU Representative David Palacios said that strengthening resilience is cardinal to building a sustainable society, especially through agriculture and health.Palacios highlighted community involvement in various development initiatives in the country as key to having maximum impact on vulnerable communities. The EU Representative praised BRAC Liberia for the successful implementation of the PRO ACT 2015 project.Agriculture Minister Mogana S. Flomo said he has observed that 60 percent of the country’s population live below the poverty line with no food — a trend, he said, needs to be changed. To address such a situation, he called on Liberians to go back to the soil, adding, “we have spent half of the time paying attention to the extractive industries, which never yielded any tangible results.”“There are no excuses that can be considered for failing to feed the population, because there are always opportunities that can be harnessed in improving the livelihoods of the people of Liberia, especially when the country is endowed with good weather, and soil to grow varieties of food,” Flomo said.He the encouraged the farmers to transfer their already acquired skills in the sector to people desirous of becoming professional farmers.He also commended BRAC-Liberia for helping the country in agriculture sector, but at the same time, called on Liberians be serious, “because agriculture is not a drama, and therefore, we will not become resilient as a country if we failed to change our mindset.”BRAC International Agriculture Program Manager, Habibur Rahman Khan, underscored the importance of the project’s objective to enhance the capacities of vulnerable groups; to improve food crisis, and sustainably produce and access food.He said the project activities were based on strengthening farmers through producer groups by selecting smallholder farmers for climate smart agriculture and vulnerable groups for poultry and livestock rearing, formed 300 producer groups comprising 20-25 members per group, one lead farmer selected from each group.According to Mr. Khan, 5,200 smallholder farmers were developed on Climate Smart Agriculture technologies and comprehensive homestead development, 1625 vulnerable households received training and support on livelihood and livestock rearing, raised awareness of 6825 community members on resilience building (agriculture and disaster), 390 most vulnerable households supported with Cash for Work opportunities and converted 213 acres of bush land into cultivable land.The project developed 260 Community Agriculture and Livestock Promoters to provide agriculture extension services to community residents, 27 entrepreneurs to support the value chain activities, strengthened 90 market actors to act as linking agents, reached 2,725 lactating, pregnant and child bearing mothers through mothers forum meetings, and also reached 5,260 households through nutrition awareness campaigns to promote diversified and nutritious food preparation, consumption and increased nutrition educationFurthermore, the project developed Disaster Risk and Vulnerability Assessment report, trained 40 community based organization leaders on disseminating available weather information on agriculture and nutrition, organized capacity building workshop for 50 government staffs, organized agricultural fair for disseminating modern technologies, and also established 300 demonstrations farm to disseminate the technology.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgBy Scott Wolf STAFF WRITER USC officials are confident they will win a university hearing on whether the school should grant wide receiver Jamere Holland a full release to transfer to Oregon, according to sources. Holland won the right to transfer to Oregon during a hearing last month, but he was not given permission to receive a scholarship by the Ducks. That means he would have to attend as a walk-on and pay out-of-state tuition costs. USC officials believe they have a strong case because if Holland wins, it might set a precedent for athletes to transfer within the Pacific-10 Conference without going through proper procedures. According to sources, USC believes Holland began contacting other schools before he actually received a release to begin communications with other schools. Holland could not be reached for comment. A university committee of non-athletic department personnel will determine if Holland is granted a full release. He needs to enroll at Oregon by Oct. 3 in order to attend classes in the fall and redshirt. McKnight frustrated A day after Carroll said he tried to bring freshman tailback Joe McKnight along too fast, McKnight admitted he is frustrated by his slow start. “I feel I’ve got a lot of stuff to prove,” McKnight said. “I’m being impatient with myself. The coaches told me to relax.” McKnight was told by offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian that it took Reggie Bush five or six games before he made a big impression as a freshman. “I don’t want to wait that long,” McKnight said. McKnight also blamed himself for his two fumbles this season. He also said his sprained knee is healed. Because of McKnight’s slow start, USC is trying to simplify his role with less plays as a slotback. “We’re going to play more of him at running back and less of that fringe stuff,” Sarkisian said. “He’s such a demanding kid. He expects himself to play great. I went back and looked at Reggie Bush’s first four games his freshman year and it wasn’t special. “There was not a lot going on.” USC injury updates Carroll said linebacker Brian Cushing (sprained ankle) will be a game-time decision because he did not practice as much as hoped Wednesday. “He’s not 100 percent, I don’t know how it will be,” Carroll said. Cushing insisted he will be ready for the Washington State game. Clay Matthews is playing, but wearing a cast on his left hand because he broke his thumb against Nebraska, so Thomas Williams took most of the snaps Wednesday. Michael Morgan is also practicing at the position. Sensational scout Quarterback Mitch Mustain starred on the scout team with a long touchdown pass to Brandon Carswell among several impressive passes during practice. “I’m trying to (make an impression),” Mustain said. Carroll also came away impressed. “I found out about the (scout) team,” he said. “Guys are battling.” Around the nation Hawaii: Quarterback Colt Brennan was sidelined by an injured right ankle for the second straight day of practice, but he’s hopeful of playing Saturday against Charleston Southern. Wearing a light brace and using crutches, Brennan watched from the sideline as backup Tyler Graunke worked out with the first-team offense. Brennan said he’s “dying to play,” but the ankle still needs to heal. An MRI revealed no serious damage, he said. Sul Ross State: Linebacker Mike Flynt, who is 59 years old, will have to wait another week to play in a college football game for the first time in 37 years. Flynt said that doctors have not cleared him to play Saturday in Sul Ross State’s home opener against East Texas Baptist. He’s now eyeing the game against Howard Payne in Brownwood a week from Saturday for his first game since he learned he had a year of eligibility left and returned to the university to live out his dream. The Associated Press contributed to this story 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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first_img Jason Kandel, (818) 546-3306 jason.kandel@dailynews.com IF YOU GO The City Council will meet at 6:30 tonight at City Hall, 275 E. Olive Ave. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant Los Angeles officials are seeking input through March 31 for a final environmental impact report on a 20-year blueprint for treatment plant expansions, added water recycling and new sewers. At a Burbank council meeting earlier this year, Los Angeles Councilman Tom LaBonge, whose district includes Toluca Lake, proposed the hybrid alternative to quell residents’ concerns. “We’re trying to do what’s best for all of us,” LaBonge said Monday. “I’ll await what they say. No one wants anything in their neighborhood; I understand that. We’re trying to balance that out.” The proposed line is part of a plan to handle future growth. Los Angeles is also under a court order to make $2 billion in sewer upgrades to avoid overflows, such as those that occurred during the 1998 El Nio storms. If the Los Angeles City Council approves a final environmental impact report this summer, work could begin on the project by 2010. BURBANK – A proposed compromise on construction of a Los Angeles sewer line through Burbank is expected to be rejected by the Burbank City Council tonight because of local residents’ concerns about noise, odor and traffic. Los Angeles officials have devised a “hybrid” alignment for the $150 million project that they said would travel underneath fewer homes, but the Burbank council is being advised by its staff to reject that plan. Instead, staff members want Los Angeles officials to stick with the south alignment for the project, which would go through a small corner of Burbank and would “completely stay away from Burbank residents,” said Rodney Andersen, Burbank’s principal civil engineer. The hybrid plan would snake under Forest Lawn Drive, a nonresidential area, and cut north under homes and businesses along the Burbank-Los Angeles border near Clybourn Avenue. last_img read more

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first_imgUrris GAA News: MATCH “N” WIN : Congratulations to Jake Mullin, No 25 Gaddyduff, Clonmany, winner of our Match “N” Win Jackpot of €1,460 on Thursday night.Well Done Jake. Numbers drawn: 5, 8, 12 & 19. Jackpot this week €500. Thanks to all our Lotto sellers and to everyone who supports this weekly draw. CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now due for 2015–Fees for the year: Adult Membership €25, Students (3rd level & in full time education with student ID card) €15 and Under-age €3. Anyone playing football for the club must have their membership paid up to be covered by insurance in case of injury. Club members will have also have first preference on Donegal Match tickets for the coming season. Fees must be paid in full by March 31st. Payable to John Friel, Edward Mc Laughlin, Nichola Donaghey or any Committee members. THE CLUBHOUSE WILL BE OPEN ON SATURDAY JANUARY 31st FROM 10AM TO 1PM FOR CLUB MEMBERSHIP (weather permitting)WELL DONE: Well Done to Kevin Mc Laughlin (Master) who received a Merit award at the Gaelic Life Ulster Club All Stars 2014 Awards in the Hilton Hotel, Belfast on Friday night. A good night was had by all.LADIES FOOTBALL: A meeting will take place on Saturday February 7th in the clubhouse at 3.00pm for all from U16 to Senior ladies interested in playing football for the club this year. New faces most welcome.U6 & 8 TRAINING: Training resumes for both U6 & U8 this Saturday and every Saturday at 11am in the Youth Club Clonmany. All children must be at school-no pre school children, thanks. U10 GIRLS: Training every Saturday at the Youth Club Clonmany from 12pm to 1pm.LAST MAN STANDING: Last Man Standing: Next round of Last Man Standing–competition starting on January 31st. Entry is €10 and all entries to be paid before the beginning of the competition. There will be one rule change, that if you haven’t used any buy in’s in the first or second week you will be able to carry 1 buy in through the third week. Please contact Donal Kelly to enter.GAA NEWS: URRIS PLAYER KEVIN MCLAUGHLIN AWARDED GAELIC LIFE ULSTER CLUB ALL-STAR AWARD was last modified: January 25th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAANoticesSportURRISlast_img read more

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first_imgWednesday 31st saw the final Open competition of August, sponsored by Valu Centre, Letterkenny, and proving good value for his win was Ronan Curran [21] who, with the help of a birdie at par three 5th [Inishowen], took the turn with 20pts and, despite a double bogey at Stackyard [14th], recorded a very credible 22pts on back nine for a conclusive 42pts and a two point winning margin over second placed Anthony Bonnar [17]who, playing steady, handicap golf with 21pts on back nine for a 40pt return, pipped third placed Darragh Heaney [9] whose 21pts also on back nine consisted of birdies at Hunters Home [13th], Barnhill [16th] and a double bogey at 17th [Aughaninshin] for a one over par 37 gross and 39pts overall.Gross prize was won by Seamus Patton [5] with 33 gross pts. Wednesday evening 9 hole competition result was; 1st; Christy Nee 21 pts. (BOT) 2nd; Joe Lambe 21 pts. 3rd; PJ Nee 20 pts.Saturday 3rd had Zeus Industrial Products sponsor the first competition of September and with a tremendous turnout of competitors it was Gabriel Mc Nulty who took top spot with 42pts.Having recorded 22pts on front nine, Gabriel’s ‘blanks’ at the two par three’s, 13th and 16th, were followed by a winning birdie at 17th to outpoint runner-up Paddy Doherty [23] whose birdies at Settlement [11th] and Barnhill [16th] had him well in contention before a disastrous double bogey on 18th had him awaiting the decision of B.O.T. with Kenny King [10] whose double bogey at Hall Door [1st] was followed by a birdie at Inishowen [5th] and a somewhat topsy-turvey back nine of double bogey at Cornagill [10th], Birdie at 16th and ‘blank’ at 18th relegating him to third. Pictured at the Arena 7 sponsored Open competition prizegiving at Letterkenny Golf Club are l-r; Henry Mc Cahey, Mark Doherty, Ivan Fuery [Captain], Stephen Walsh and Liam WisemanGross prizewinner was Kevin Hannigan [7] with 32pts gross.Sunday 4th Confined competition was won by Tom Mc Donagh [19] who followed his double bogey at 7th [The Isle] with a birdie at 8th for a 22pt outward nine and a steady 18pts on inward nine gave him a marginal lead over second placed Paul Mc Guckin [20] whose birdies at 11th and 14th had him well placed until that fatefull double bogey atStockade [18th] had him lose out by one point. In third place was the present favourite for this year’s Captain’s weekend outing, Liam Mac Suibhne [11], whose birdie at 18th gave him 38pts.Monday evening’s Cat 4 brigade were out in force once again, no doubt practicing for their annual J.J. Gallagher Memorial Trophy which takes place on 25th September and showing form at just the right time was Sean McGlinchey with19 pts and 2nd, Jack McGarrigle 18 pts. Cat 4 members are reminded that Monday next, 12th September, is the final Monday evening competition of the season and for those playing on Sunday 25th, the tee-box is booked from 12.30 -1.30pm. Anyone who needs to go out earlier, please book now online or in the golf shop. Congratulations to all of the club members who took part in and finished in the Bakers’ Dozen [Top 13] of the Mc Ginley sponsored Rosapenna Scratch Cup and also to winner Kyle Mc Carron from North West GC.The club wishes every success to the Kevin Kiely led ‘Seniors’ [over 50’s] club team who play their first leg of the final away to Portsalon GC on Friday 9th. As holders of this trophy, both team panel and club members will be supporting all of you for the ‘double’!Letterkenny Golf Club: Ronan proves good value for win! was last modified: September 7th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Arena 7Golf notesletterkennylast_img read more

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first_img 1 Every man out there seeing Kyle Walker block that shot. #ENG #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/87ZiXwxBNz— FanDuel (@FanDuel) July 11, 2018 KYLE WALKER DIED AND WAS BORN AGAIN THERE.— Men in Blazers (@MenInBlazers) July 11, 2018 The Manchester City defender stopped a goal bound effort from Ivan Rakitic with a rather tender part of his midriff with England on the ropes in their World Cup semi-final.Rather than let it slow him down, he rose majestically to head away a dangerous cross just moments later, before having a well-deserved break.Needless to say, fans loved it and were more than happy to broadcast it on social media.Check out the best reaction below! I’m sure all men will join me in saluting Kyle Walker there. Giving absolutely everything for his country🍆— Dream Team (@dreamteamfc) July 11, 2018 Kyle Walker endured a rather painful moment in the World Cup semi-final center_img Getty Kyle walker unbelievable 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽— Yungen (@YungenPlayDirty) July 11, 2018 Over the years, England have had many heroes put their bodies on the line for the Three Lions.Images of Paul Ince and Terry Butcher bloodied and bruised for the sake of their country have elevated them to icon status.And Kyle Walker may have just put himself in the pantheon of those legends. If England reach the final they’ll owe a lot to Kyle Walker’s, er, midriff.— Tony Barrett (@TonyBarrett) July 11, 2018last_img read more

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first_imgTHE leader or the Orange Order today praised the Queen’s visit – saying it had helped build relationships on the island and helped Orange members in the Republic to be par of society.Thousands of members of the Orange Order were in Co Donegal today for their annual July gathering at Rossnowlagh.Lodges from counties Donegal, Cavan, Leitrim and Monaghan, as well as visiting Orangemen from the Six Counties, were among those taking part in the event. Grand Master of Grand Orange Lodge in January Edward Stevenson spoke about the British Queen’s recent visit to this State.“I seem to be spending quite a bit of my time in the Irish Republic – and I am thoroughly enjoying it,” he said.“Only a few weeks ago, along with other senior Orangemen, I attended the official visit of her Majesty the Queen to Dublin.“The visit was a triumph for everyone involved and in particular the people who live here in the Irish Republic and regard themselves as coming from the British culture. “Thanks to the tremendous and dignified welcome given to her Majesty the Queen, British people can hold their heads high in this community and be proud of their beliefs and their culture.“And that is what we are doing here today.“We are in the Irish Republic but we are celebrating our British culture and identity. And we are a threat to no-one. In fact the people here want to play their part in the civic society of this country.”Newspaper reports linking today’s parade with a visit by the President turned out not to be correct.ORANGEMEN WANT TO PLAY PART IN CIVIC SOCIETY, LEADER TELLS DONEGAL PARADE was last modified: July 9th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Edward Stevensonorange order paradeQueen ElizabethRossnowlaghlast_img read more

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