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What does it mean to win an England Golf Award?

first_img Tags: Drax Golf Club, England Golf Awards, Liam Ridgill, Young Ambassador of the Year What does it mean to win an England Golf Award? What difference does it make? As we search for our 2019 winners, we set those questions for Liam Ridgill, our 2018 Young Ambassador of the Year.Liam is the captain of Drax Golf Club in Yorkshire, taking on the role at the age of just 23! He is the youngest captain in the club’s history and the only person to have been both junior and club captain.Winning the award has had a great influence on his year. He explains:“The award came a catalyst for success, not only personally but for the club and more importantly in my eyes, the game as a whole. I have always aimed to help modernise the game and attract younger players to all golf clubs. After all, it is a fantastic social sport that has served me well since picking up my first 7-iron at the age of eight.“I’m happy to say that through further initiatives from members’ benefit schemes and other developments at the club, we have seen 34 new members this year – with the majority never been members of golf clubs before!“While it has been fantastic welcoming new players to the game, I have tried to focus on keeping people playing and involved in the sport. In the busy 21st century, some of us unfortunately don’t find the time to play golf, mixing it with work and family time. This is why in March 2018 we at Drax introduced “Sticks at 6”.“It was a new 9-hole social gathering which was run by myself every Wednesday from March to mid-September to encourage people to pick up their clubs for 9 holes at 6pm.“This was also a great way to integrate new members with longer serving members of the club. Two of the new members, off the back of our first Sticks at 6, managed to reach the semi-finals of our doubles knockout competition.“From the success of this year, I encourage all clubs in England to host their own Sticks at 6 and keep their members engaged with the club.“As you can imagine, being a club captain at such a young age has been a happy challenge. However it has now put me in good stead, along with the award, to start looking at the future of golf in terms of junior players.“When I first joined Drax as a 12 year old, we had 40+ juniors. Sadly, over the years the number has unfortunately dwindled. My focus for 2019 and the following years will be around encouraging and supporting the younger generation of players and trying to encourage those of school/university age to take up the sport we all know and love.“I’m hoping to draw on the award to show people of a young age that golf is a game for everyone. I believe that England Golf has fantastic values that can be relayed to a wide audience using all forms of social media. Drax members have come to embrace platforms such as Facebook and Twitter and it is now an invaluable part of our marketing strategy.”Know someone equally deserving for 2019? Nominate now for one of these categories:Most Welcoming Club of the Year, sponsored by HowDidiDoLifetime Service AwardVolunteer of the YearYoung Ambassador of the Year, in association with The Golf FoundationCoach of the Year, sponsored by The PGACounty of the YearInnovation Award, sponsored by Players 1stTo find out more click here. Nominations close at midnight on Friday 30 November 2018.Caption: Liam Ridgill (right) is pictured with TV presenter Dan Walker (left) and Brendon Pyle, Chief Executive of the Golf Foundation. 13 Nov 2018 What does it mean to win an England Golf Award? last_img read more

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LaLiga will contribute € 200 M more to FEF and other federations

first_imgLaLiga explains, in a statement, that will increase its contribution to the CSD by 1.5%, which is 25 million, to promote federated, Olympic and Paralympic sports. That means which will contribute 51 million a year. It will also increase the figure received by the Spanish Football Federation by 1%. This translates into 17 million more a year, plus six additional for the commercialization of the Copa del Rey. So, the amount that the Federation will receive annually will reach 58.7 million a year. Finally, LaLiga will contribute with 3.3 million per year over the next three seasons for a non-professional player aid fund. In total, this year, LaLiga will contribute 113 million for federations and non-professional football.The end of the LeagueLaLiga will become the mana for all Spanish sports. Thebes is the one who gave the most in the ‘Pact of Viana’, and he did it to reduce conflict in football and to guarantee the support of the Government and the collaboration of the RFEF to finish the League championship. In exchange for increasing financial support, Thebes guarantees support to close the season and avoid losses of 500 million in case the eleven days of League that are pending could not be disputed. Still, the impact of completing the course behind closed doors will mean losses of about two hundred million for professional clubs.With these contributions that the Council of Ministers approved this Tuesday by modifying the decree that regulates the distribution of television rights, LaLiga will become the main sponsor of the Spanish Olympic federations, ahead of what the Government itself contributes through the CSD (50 million a year).The agreement, according to the LaLiga note, “seeks to help the sport not only in these moments of crisis caused by COVID-19, but forever. It is a structural measure, not limited in time, that strengthens the commitment of professional football clubs and LaLiga to Spanish sport “ The Minister council today approved the creation of a foundation to support the sport in a “context of paralysis” and “lack of income” that will be endowed with part of the income from audiovisual rights of the Professional Soccer League. This will increase its contribution to non-professional football and the rest of federations by 200 million euros in the next four years.The scope of the pact has interested the Royal House, so much so that the minister of the sector, Rodríguez Uribes, will inform the King after the Council in Moncloa, CSD sources familiar with the agreements confirmed to AS.The minister of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, Nadia Calviño, explained that the measure is intended “give stability to the federations and to the Olympic and Paralympic sport” a year before the celebration of the Tokyo Olympics. The new foundation is attached to the State Administration through the Higher Sports Council and the Spanish Football Federation, LaLiga and representatives of the other federations, as well as official and unofficial competitions, will participate in it. The foundation will manage the audiovisual rights of all national federations, as long as they want to transfer them and not manage them by themselves, except for soccer.last_img read more

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Nadal wary of saying he’s fully recovered from thigh injury

first_imgCarpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew “I was unable to do any physical work because the psoas (muscle) was affecting all the movements I could do,” he said. “It was a boring time because I don’t like to be doing nothing.”Nadal wasn’t bored last weekend, however, winning both his Davis Cup singles against Germany without dropping a set. Although he appears to have slotted straight back into his clay groove, his Acapulco setback leaves him circumspect about speaking too soon.“Well it happened twice, so you never know,” he said. “Of course it stays a little bit in your mind.”Nadal begins his bid for a record-extending 11th Monte Carlo title with a second-round match against either Aljaz Bedene or Mirza Basic. He needs to win the tournament or Roger Federer will reclaim top ranking in their seemingly endless fight for supremacy. They have won the last five Grand Slams, three for FedererBut with 20-time major winner Federer again skipping the clay season, Nadal must wait a while longer to try and avenge a run of five straight defeats to the Swiss star.ADVERTISEMENT Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC Engaged wrestlers John Cena and Nikki Bella break up LATEST STORIES Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast He took a swipe, although an amiable one, at Federer.“He says he will love to play against me again in best of five sets on clay, and I thought he would play Roland Garros,” Nadal said, with a wry smile. “A few days later he says he will not play in one (clay) event, so there’s a little bit of controversy with that.”Nadal’s victory at Monte Carlo last year made him the first men’s tennis player in the Open era to win the same title 10 times. He then won a 10th French Open.He feels at home at the picture-postcard tournament with its center court perched over the glittering Mediterranean sea. The Monte Carlo tournament launched his career as a scraggly-haired 16-year-old in 2003, although the sun had long set when he beat defending French Open champion Albert Costa under floodlights in the second round.“I always feel good when I am here,” Nadal said. “It’s been a love story.”The only Monte Carlo final that the 31-year-old Nadal has lost was to Novak Djokovic in 2013. Djokovic added another Monte Carlo title in 2015, during his pomp.But the former top-ranked Serb looks a shadow of the player he was. Hindered by a persistent right elbow injury, his ranking has tumbled to 13.Earlier this month, Djokovic stopped working with Andre Agassi and Radek Stepanek — the latest in a series of coaching changes for the 12-time major champion.After significant rest during the second half of last year and a medical procedure in February, Djokovic spoke confidently of being pain-free — at long last.Then, he lost his first match at the Miami Open in straight sets. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. FILE – In this Sunday April 8, 2018 file photo, Spain’s Rafael Nadal returns the ball to Germany’s Alexander Zverev during a World Group quarterfinal Davis Cup tennis match between Spain and Germany at the bullring in Valencia, Spain. Rafael Nadal is wary of saying he’s fully recovered from a troublesome right thigh injury as he defends his Monte Carlo Masters title. The top-ranked Spaniard only recently returned to action at the Davis Cup, after a recurrence of the injury forced him out of the Mexico Open and then Masters tournaments at Indian Wells and Miami last month. (AP Photo/Alberto Saiz, File)MONACO — Rafael Nadal is wary of saying he’s fully recovered from a troublesome right thigh injury as he defends his Monte Carlo Masters title.The top-ranked Spaniard only recently returned to action at the Davis Cup, after a recurrence of the injury forced him out of the Mexico Open and then Masters tournaments at Indian Wells and Miami last month.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img Djokovic used to be the player everyone was chasing. He even beat Nadal during a glorious run of seven straight finals and holds a 26-24 winning record against him.They have won a record 30 Masters each, but Nadal looks the more likely to get No. 31.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Those setbacks followed his crushing disappointment at the Australian Open, where he was forced to retire in the fifth set of the quarterfinal against Marin Cilic.Nadal had expected to make his comeback in Acapulco, but the injury flared up again during a last practice session with French player Adrian Mannarino. Looking back on it Sunday, the 16-time Grand Slam champion said it was mentally “even harder than what happened in Australia” because he was so convinced he would play.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“I did all the things the right way, practicing one week before, to be ready for the tournament and then it happened,” Nadal told reporters. “You’re in Acapulco, you fly all the way … Then the doctors told me: ‘You will not be able to play in Indian Wells, Miami.’ So that was hard to accept.”So was the painstakingly dull recovery which followed. View comments Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil MOST READ Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikinalast_img read more

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LP Locks Down Bassa in Senatorial Race, LP Candidate Wants Development Now, not tomorrow

first_imgThe opposition Liberty Party (LP) senatorial candidate, Jonathan L. Kaipay, claims to have locked down Grand Bassa County with the assurance of his supporters and partisans in the upcoming special senatorial election on December 16.The partisans have described him as the people’s choice.In an interview during the rally, the LP candidate, explained that his campaign message to the people during the Ebola crisis is that Bassa must be developed now and not tomorrow.  He referred to the county’s numerous resources, including the Buchanan Port.The senatorial candidate is engaged in Jehovah Witness-style campaigning, focusing especially on the rural areas.He said his plan is to ensure that people in the rural areas identify with their candidate and become aware of the county’s development agenda. “Voters in towns and villages need to know and interact with their leader who intends to represent them in the Legislature.   “You need to listen to them and also to know what they want in the process of voting you in as a lawmaker of the county.”The LP candidate further disclosed that he has visited the five electoral districts of Bassa over several days to discuss with the people the issues of the elections and the existence of the Ebola disease.Mr. Kaipay emphasized that sensitizing the people on the importance of the elections and informing them that Ebola is real were plans adopted by the campaign team. He explained that his style of campaigning was not to draw huge crowds, but to move from village to village and town to town and give the campaign message to the people, adding, “I know they are understanding the issues and are ready to make their own decisions for the betterment of the county.”“We need to improve the living conditions of the people of Bassa and ensure that reconciliation, education and safe drinking water are fully achieved in the county.  It has been very challenging to change the face of the county, he admitted.Disclosing some of his plans when elected senator of Grand Bassa County, Mr. Kaipay said, unity would be his first priority due to the division and disagreements within the caucus of the county. He feels that someone who is coming in fresh can make the difference.“We also intend to foster development in the county because Grand Bassa lacks certain basic facilities in terms of social services, infrastructural development, more schools to supplement the only two government high schools and more health centers added to the one existing referral hospital.”He urged his supporters and partisans to remain safe and adhere to the safety measures prescribed by the Ministry of Health and local and international partners to eradicate the deadly Ebola virus disease.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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Nandlall raps AG on competing legislation

first_img– after SARA complainsFormer Legal Affairs Minister and Attorney General Anil Nandlall has sought to highlight one of the consequences of not holding adequate consultations with the necessary stakeholders when crafting legislation.Nandlall picked up on comments made by the Deputy Director of the State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA), Aubrey Heath-Retemyer, in an article published on Sunday in a national newspaper. Heath-Retemyer was lamenting the apparent resistance by judicial officers to access information from commercials banks,Former Attorney General Anil Nandlallsomething which is key to the work of the anti-corruption agency. However, Nandlall explained that while he may not know the facts of the individual cases, one of the reasons why courts were reluctant to act in supplying the information requested was as a result of several pieces of legislation that are clashing.“Some [legislation] require the bank to maintain clients’ confidentiality and, therefore, prohibit them from disclosing the information requested, while some require the bank to make the disclosures,” he pointed out.The former Legal Affairs Minister noted that the Anti-Money Laundering/Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) legislation caters for the latter situation, and clashes with laws that support the former. This, he noted, was brought to the attention of his successor.“When [AML/CFT Bill] was being debated in the National Assembly, I drew theseSARA Deputy Director Aubrey Heath-Retemyerinconsistencies to the Attorney General’s [Basil Williams’] attention … Of course, our Attorney General is incapable of taking advice. All he does is take the draft Bills which come from FATF (Financial Action Task Force) and CFATF (Caribbean Financial Action Task Force) and table them in the National Assembly and then clumsily boast to those whom he continues to mislead that he satisfies another international requirement,” the former Legal Affairs Minister posited.According to Nandlall, he had outlined that such inconsistencies were supposed to be reconciled after consulting with the banks and that appropriate formulation which balances the competing interests, should have been arrived at when the Bill was being debated in the House, and sent to FATF and CFATF for their approval.“That’s how it was done by many countries that faced the same problems … [But] these statutory implosions will continue unabated until there is an initiated input at the AG Chambers. Rest assured that will not happen while the current configuration continues,” Nandlall asserted.On the other hand, the former Legal Affairs Minister went on to highlight too that both Heath-Retemyer and the SARA Director, Dr Clive Thomas, were unlawfully occupying their offices.He pointed out that the SARA Act provides very clearly that the Director andAttorney General Basil WilliamsDeputy Director of the Agency shall be appointed through a parliamentary process. “Since that Act came into force, that process was never activated. A transition provision in the Act allowed the Director who operated in the Agency before the Act came into force, to continue to act in that office for a limited period. However, that period has long expired. Neither was appointed by the National Assembly process mandated by the Act. Therefore, Mr Retemyer and Dr Thomas are unlawfully holding offices and are receiving public monies as remuneration,” Nandlall stated while asking why “crime and unlawful conduct” were not being investigated by the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU).last_img read more

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City Hall flouts injunction, bulldozes 48-year-old business

first_imgStabroek Square restoration– says “Dread Shop” is known for unsavoury activitiesDespite an Injunction, the Mayor and City Council in the wee hours of Thursday moved in and dismantled the famous ‘Dread Shop’, located at Russell Square, Stabroek, Georgetown, a business which has been in existence for some 48 years.The council workers sometime around 03:00h began the demolition.The proprietor Anthony Forde, 74, who could not hold back his tears said he was not informed that his building would have been demolished and had only learnt at 09:30h that his business was destroyed.He explained that the “Dread Shop” night spot has existed since 1968 and noted that he has been paying rates and taxes for years.Forde and his nephew related that they did not get an opportunity to retrieve their valuables and that “junkies” made off with many of the items.Among their lost property were a pools table and television sets. The nephew who preferred not be named, was of the view that the government has “no concern” for ordinary businesspeople.Attorney Nigel Hughes, who is representing Forde, stressed that City Hall has shown “disregard” to the courts as the matter is still being addressed.“This has got to be the most outrageous act I’ve seen in a long time because [the matter is] actively going to mediation on the recommendation of the Court of Appeal and then they failed to turn up at the mediation and the Court of Appeal still has conduct of this matter and they believe they can disregard this act,” Hughes posited.The attorney explained that after he called the City Engineer on Thursday afternoon, Town Clerk Royston King then confirmed thatAttorney Nigel Hughesdemolition actions were indeed taken.“I believe that where people decide that they are not going to obey the law of the land and where they are not going to obey the outcomes of the court proceedings to deal with this particular piece of property then we are in a very dangerous state,” the attorney warned.“There is a dispute right now between Mr Patterson’s Ministry and the City Council about who actually owns this square because it was donated by the Russell family [while] the Ministry [of Public Infrastructure] claims it is their territory and the city council claims it is their territory,” the attorney further explained.Meanwhile, also slated for demolition is the nearby “Island Snackette” which has been in operation for almost 50 years. Daughter of the original proprietors Abeola Fung told this newspaper that her family has invested “millions of dollars” to improve the standard of the business. They claim that City Hall said their structure will also be torn down. Fung further related that some years ago City Hall had approved a plan for rehabilitation works to their structure.City Hall has been relocating vendors and stall owners in a move that it said will see a transformation of the Stabroek Market Square. While some vendors have welcomed the change, others have protested the initiatives of City Council viewing them as “unfair” and “uncaring”.‘Unsavoury’ activitiesMeanwhile, City Council in a statement Thursday afternoon, explained that a technical team attached to the Municipality’s Engineer’s Department carried out a removal exercise that saw “the flattening of the so called ‘dread shop’ located west of Parliament Building”.“The Town Clerk’s office had given earlier notice to the structure’s operators, while making specific reference to what was described as ‘unsavoury’ activities taking place there, particularly on Friday nights. Operations at this facility was also said to be in direct breach of city public health laws,” the statement added.last_img read more

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President requests meeting with Opposition Leader on CCJ ruling

first_imgOpposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo…meeting designed to influence CCJ’s consequential orders – Political analystIn the wake of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) ruling that the Government was indeed dethroned by a No Confidence Motion last year, President David Granger has requested a meeting with Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo.The letter was penned by Director General of the Ministry of the Presidency, Joseph Harmon, on the President’s behalf. In the letter, Harmon conveys the president’s best wishes and asks that they meet to discuss the political ramifications of the CCJ ruling.While the letter does not specify a date and time to meet, it does say that the meeting has to be after Monday, June 24. On June 24, the CCJ will be handing down the consequential orders that follow the CCJ ruling that the No confidence motion was passed.Other consequential orders will relate to the appointment of Guyana Elections Commission Chairman, retired Justice James Patterson. The CCJ had found that Patterson’s appointment was flawed and in breach of the Constitution. The court also ruled that the President ought to have given the Opposition leader an explanation as to why consecutive lists of nominees for the position of GECOM Chairman were being rejected.However, suspicious of the meeting four days after the ruling, a local political analysis told this publication that the meeting seemed to be designed to influence the court as to president’s “reasonableness and respect” for the judgement but his utterances and those of his ministers tell a different story.On Tuesday last, the CCJ ruled that the No confidence motion of December 21, 2019 was validly passed against the government. It also ruled that Alliance For Change defector Charandass Persaud was entitled to vote against his party list and that even as a dual citizen, his vote was still valid.Article 106 (6) of the Constitution of Guyana states: “The Cabinet including the President shall resign if the Government is defeated by the vote of a majority of all the elected members of the National Assembly on a vote of confidence.”Meanwhile, Article 106 (7) states that “Notwithstanding its defeat, the Government shall remain in office and shall hold an election within three months, or such longer period as the National Assembly shall by resolution supported by not less than two-thirds of the votes of all the elected members of the National Assembly determine, and shall resign after the President takes the oath of office following the election.”DuplicityRather than issue its consequential orders out of hand, the CCJ had given each sides an opportunity to come together and come up with a way forward of their own. But while Jagdeo has called for elections in two to three months as the only principled but practical way forward, President Granger has maintained that house to house registration must be done- a process likely to delay elections even more than they are already delayed.Analysts have posited that the President’s invitation to Jagdeo may be part of a ploy that would give the CCJ the impression that he is open to dialogue and working with the parliamentary opposition.This is especially so as over the past few days, government officials have made statements that defied the CCJ rulings and even the CCJ’s jurisdiction in Guyana… even though Guyana has recognized the court as its final appeals court since 2005.The first such statements were made by Finance Minister Winston Jordan. According to Jordan, the coalition government is not prepared to call elections unless House to House registration is carried out regardless of what the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) or anyone says.Jordan made this statement during a government outreach in Bartica on Tuesday last, in the presence of several other Ministers of government. At the time, Jordan also rallied coalition supporters to protest if necessary for House to House registration. This is despite the fact that this exercise is likely to further delay elections that were constitutionally due since March 21 of this year.“Comrades, be on the ready! Because we will be able to call you out to picket for house to house registration. No registration, no elections! There’s no fixing no list that is 650,000 people out of 730,000. What kind of math’s is that?”“The list cannot be fixed! It cannot be tinkered with. And CCJ or no CCJ, they can’t tell us that we must tinker with that list to call an improper election. Elections must be free, fair and proper,” he said.Appellate jurisdictionThe People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has since wasted little time in writing to Police Commissioner Leslie James (who coincidentally joined the Ministers in Bartica for the outreach) and the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) to register their complains over Jordan’s statement. But that didn’t stop Minister of State Dawn Hastings-Williams from further compounding matters.On Friday, she rejected the Caribbean Court of Justice’s appellate jurisdiction during a bizarre protest staged by several Government ministers and a few A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) supporters outside the Guyana Elections Commission’s (GECOM’s) headquarters, where they were calling for house-to-house registration before elections are held.Hastings-Williams voiced her blatant disregard for the CCJ as Guyana’s final court of appeal by saying that that court has no authority to issue any consequential orders on Monday, since Guyana is an independent state with its own laws.“GECOM is the only authoritative body that will inform the Government whether they’re ready or not for elections. CCJ cannot rule, Guyana has its own institution. Guyana is an independent country with its own independent laws,” the minister said.President David Grangerlast_img read more

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Ministry talks about Alaska Highway Improvements

first_imgMinistry of Transportation staff from the Northeast region also made a presentation last night to City Council. At the time, Staff and Council raised a number of concerns with roads in the region, including the Alaska Highway between Dawson Creek and Fort St. John. City Manager Diane Hunter said local residents are concerned with the condition of the road, and asked what upgrades are planed in the future. Spokesperson Derek Drummond said the ministry of Transportation is concerned about the road, and has completed a number of corridor studies. [asset|aid=1147|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=7c416769bada3d2a04a45e5fc48adbc9-Derek – 1_1_Pub.mp3] – Advertisement -The Ministry hopes to start consultation with road users this year. Staff from the Ministry did not mention the idea of twinning the road, but rather focused on adding passing lanes along the route.last_img read more

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How the Midtjylland players celebrated their Europa League win – video

first_imgThey’d just beaten three time European champions Man United, so naturally the Midtjylland players were going to party.Have a look at the scenes inside the home dressing room following the 2-1 win in Denmark. Midtjylland players celebrate beating Man United (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); = id; js.src = “//”; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);}(document, ‘script’, ‘facebook-jssdk’));center_img 1last_img

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Dulwich Hamlet goalkeeper asks member of the crowd to move his car mid-game

first_img silverware It turned out it was Edwards’ motor, but given he was running late, he couldn’t see any spaces, so just dumped it, adding that it wasn’t a wind up. ‘Preston, move your car! Preston Preston, move your car!’TFW you’re playing in goal against @CPFC and your car’s about to get towed. @preston_eddy#DHFC💖💙— Dulwich Hamlet FC (@DulwichHamletFC) October 12, 2018 REVEALED Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions RANKED Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade REPLY At Dulwich v Palace and the most non-league thing just happened. The guy over the tannoy read the registration of a car that was being towed. The Dulwich keeper suddenly started frantically calling to someone in the crowd.It’s his car.— Jim Daly (@jimdalycomedy) October 11, 2018Once he realised the car may be forcibly removed, he shouted to someone in the crowd ‘that’s my car’.He tweeted: “The first two times I ignored it. The third time they mentioned it getting towed. That’s when I panicked!”Fortunately someone was able to move it for him. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Most popular football news MONEY huge blow REVEALED Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move ADVICE Dulwich Hamlet goalkeeper Preston Edwards was facing Premier League side Crystal Palace, but he had more important things on his mind – stopping his car being towed.During the first half of the friendly – won 5-0 by Palace – the stadium announcer made several pleas for the owner of a smart car to move it, as it was blocking someone in.That’s my car! Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury BEST OF no dice Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won last_img read more

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