Press Association Chelsea may have to play their games away from Stamford Bridge if their proposals to redevelop the ground come to fruition, while Spurs will need to relocate from White Hart Lane when it is rebuilt. Wembley has been suggested as a possible temporary home for both clubs, but Arsenal did not perform well when they used the national stadium for Champions League games during the late 1990s, before the Emirates Stadium was built. Gunners boss Wenger told www.arsenal.com: “When you move into a new stadium, you have to feel at home. You have to feel that it is the right place for you. That is only created by the history that you build slowly through the games. “I still think it’s a little bit of a disadvantage, even for the fans, they do not feel completely at home, and that can transmit to the players. “That was a big problem for us. In hindsight it was maybe a mistake to move to Wembley, but we had no real choice as UEFA did not accept us holding the games at Highbury. “Looking back today, I say it was a handicap for us. “The players were comfortable at Highbury and the teams that visited us weren’t comfortable. Suddenly it was like we were playing games on a neutral ground, basically.” Arsene Wenger has warned Chelsea and Tottenham they could struggle if and when they move to temporary homes.
Syracuse had finally done it. It had overcome a third period lead and sent the game to overtime for the first time this season. But just 20 seconds into the extra frame, the Orange’s strong third period, the Savannah Rennie tying goal, SU’s hopes for consecutive wins – they were all erased.Despite tying the game with 8:38 remaining in the final frame and dominating the final minutes of the third period, Syracuse (2-11-0, 1-1-0 College Hockey America) found themselves back in the loss column just seconds into overtime. The 169 fans who came to War Memorial Arena on Saturday afternoon were treated to just 20 seconds of extra hockey, as St. Lawrence (5-4-3, 2-1-1 ECAC) forward Anna Segedi quickly wired home the winner.After an Orange forward slipped at the blue line, the Saints came in on an outnumbered attack leading to Segedi’s goal. The two Syracuse defenders each picked up a Saint but that left Segedi, the trailer, open to receive a pass in the slot. She made quick work of the pass, and thus the game, rocketing a wrist shot past the glove side of Allison Small.“We had a play that we were going to do off the draw, and it worked initially,” said Orange forward Victoria Klimek. “But then I guess we just kind of turned it over pretty quickly.”After the opening frame, which saw Syracuse give up two straight goals and head into the locker room trailing, the Orange did something that has been a rarity thus far this season: Play better as the game went on.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I mentioned to the girls we were having a little Saturday afternoon skate at the War Memorial for the first part of the game,” head coach Paul Flanagan said.Emily Steinberger | Staff PhotographerIn the second period, Small stopped all 13 of St. Lawrence’s shots. After the Saints made a scheduled goaltending change halfway through the contest, an uncommon move at the collegiate level, the Orange tied things up.With 6:17 remaining in the middle period, a blocked Syracuse shot from the point redirected to the stick of Anna Leschyshyn who wound up for a slap shot. The freshman fired a shot on goal, and, as Klimek attempted to step in front to screen the goalie, the puck deflected off her shin pad and into the net. Though St. Lawrence once again took the lead early in the third, Syracuse’s improved play continued. Late in the frame, and down one, Rennie took a stretch-pass from defender Jessica DiGirolamo and started in on net with only the goalie to beat. After a few dekes, she lined up a wrist shot and deposited the puck just above the goalie’s pad and just below her blocker to tie the game.“DiGi made a very nice pass right on my tape,” Rennie said. “I just shot it where I saw some open net and luckily it went in.”As the seconds ticked off the clock in regulation, the Orange dominated the play. At points it seemed like the home team was on the power play despite playing at even strength. Syracuse players yelled motivation at each other on the ice and from the bench, while the Orange hemmed the Saints in their own zone. With 1:13 left in the game, forward Kelli Rowswell tried to corral a tipped breakaway pass while staying onside, but her skates barely drifted over the blue line as she picked up the loose puck.After 60 minutes, and the score still tied, the Orange took a deep breath and prepared for an overtime period of five minutes. But the extra frame didn’t even last one minute.“You’ve got to love to win in overtime,” Flanagan said. “You know, that would’ve been a huge energy boost, obviously, not only to win the game but moving forward, you get to take that onto the bus.”But it didn’t happen for Syracuse on Saturday. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 16, 2019 at 7:14 pm Contact Mitchell: [email protected]
Roger Federer earlier put Team Europe ahead by saving three match points for a 6-7, 7-6, (10-7) victory over John Isner.Isner staggered Federer with a body serve that caused the 20-time Grand Slam winner to stumble early in the match. But Federer regrouped and fought off two match points in the second-set tiebreaker before capturing the deciding 10-point tiebreaker used in the Laver Cup.In the opening doubles match, Jack Sock and Isner saved two match points in the deciding tiebreaker to beat Federer and Zverev 4-6, 7-6, (11-9).The three-day, five-session tournament at the United Center drew 93,584 fans.Team Europe won the first Laver Cup last year in Prague. The tournament moves to Geneva, Switzerland, next year.ADVERTISEMENT “Obviously it was an amazing feeling,” Zverev said. “So special to clinch it for us guys and Europe. It’s great how it ended.”Anderson, who lost in the Wimbledon finals this year, said Sunday night’s setback affected more than just him.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“You’re playing for something different. You feel like you didn’t come through for the team,” he said.Had Anderson won, Nick Kyrgios of the World team would have played Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic in a deciding singles match. But it was not necessary because the European team had reached 13 points. Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal MOST READ Team Europe’s Roger Federer celebrates a men’s singles tennis match win against Team World’s John Isner at the Laver Cup, Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Jim Young)CHICAGO — Alexander Zverev beat Kevin Anderson on Sunday night to give Team Europe a victory in the second Laver Cup.Zverev won the final five points to defeat Anderson 6-7, 7-5, (10-7). His victory helped Team Europe beat Team World 13-8.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Messi sets another record in Spain as Barcelona loses points LATEST STORIES Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Carpio 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 View comments
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“We’ve been doing everything correctly. We have gotten high scores by all markers on the macro fiscal issues and how we have handled debt; how we have handled foreign exchange; how we have handled public expenditure and how we have handled our taxation. Where we still have challenges would be at the micro-economic level,” the Prime Minister noted. According to the Prime Minister, while macro-economic indicators continue to have a positive outlook, the country’s micro-economic progress remains static. Story Highlights Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, has called for a collaborative approach to improve the country’s micro-economic standing, in order to attain economic growth above 2 per cent.According to the Prime Minister, while macro-economic indicators continue to have a positive outlook, the country’s micro-economic progress remains static.“We’ve been doing everything correctly. We have gotten high scores by all markers on the macro fiscal issues and how we have handled debt; how we have handled foreign exchange; how we have handled public expenditure and how we have handled our taxation. Where we still have challenges would be at the micro-economic level,” the Prime Minister noted.Mr. Holness was speaking at the official launch of the Essex Valley Agriculture Project, held at the Lititz Primary School, in St. Elizabeth, on January 16.The Prime Minister noted for the last quarter, the outturn was 1.8 per cent; the quarter before that it was 2.2 per cent, and that for the past three years the country has not been able to get over the 2 per cent hump.“We can’t say that we’re growing until we have crossed 2 per cent, as 2 per cent is really, from our perspective, the threshold for takeoff,” Mr. Holness said.He emphasised that a culture shift is needed to further expand the economy on the micro-economic front, adding that the Government continues to put strategies in place to entrench micro-economic stability and promote growth.“Where we still have challenges would be at the level of the firm, the level of the farmer, the level of the technocrats and bureaucrats in the regulatory environment in the Ministries, agencies and departments. How fast are we working? How Innovative are we? How responsive is the bureaucracy? That is where the challenge is. A large part of that requires a culture shift,” the Prime Minister said.Mr. Holness emphasised that all players in the economy must make responsible decisions that will stimulate economic growth.“It is about bringing together all the players in the economy, so that they have an understanding that their micro action, their small action, their individual action has an impact on economic growth outturn,” the Prime Minister explained.The Essex Valley Agriculture Development Project, which represents one of the largest investments in irrigation infrastructure in Jamaica, will impact the livelihoods of over 700 farmers on 718 hectares of land through the provision of irrigated water and improved access to local and global agricultural markets.It is being funded at a cost of £35. 5 million by the United Kingdom Caribbean Infrastructure Partnership Fund (UKCIF) through the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), and seeks to enhance the productivity of farmers in the Essex Valley, in a socially inclusive, gender equitable and climate sensitive manner. Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, has called for a collaborative approach to improve the country’s micro-economic standing, in order to attain economic growth above 2 per cent.
Facebook On Monday, July 15, we kicked off our program year by welcoming 31 new residents from three different programs to the CFC – the 2019 residents of the CBC Actors Conservatory, the Slaight Music Residency, and the producers, writers, editors and directors from the Cineplex Film Program.After an action-packed first day, all of the residents and some key mentors gathered at a welcome reception, where Kathryn Emslie, Chief Programs Officer, CFC, shared some key advice. “Focus on, and enjoy, the process of creation, even more than the end results. One of the opportunities these programs offer is the chance to work together and form a community of peers who support one another through the highs and lows at the CFC and beyond.” Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Advertisement Twitter
Jose Callejon has seen a lot of maturity and growth in the current Napoli side but still uncertain of the best team he’s played in.Napoli will confront Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League tonight and can take a big step toward the Last 16 with a win.The Spaniard sat alongside Coach Carlo Ancelotti in the pre-match Press conference, and he was asked if this is the best team he’s played in.“I think we’ve been strong every year,” Callejon disclosed to Football Italia.“I couldn’t tell you if it’s the strongest team, there have been a lot of strong players in the last few years.Top 5 Serie A players to watch for next weekend’s activity Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 With the international activity cooling down for the next month, we go back to the Top 5 players to watch in Serie A next…“We’ve been playing together for a long time, we know each other more and more and over the years we’ve become more mature.“We’ve played important games and over the years we’ve all become stronger.“We’re aware of being more mature, then the Coach is giving us more confidence. We can do great things and we hope to do well tomorrow.”Callejon hasn’t scored yet this season, although he does have an assist in each of his last three games.“I’m calm, I’m helping the team in every game, I assist my teammates. This is how football is, when the goal doesn’t come then it’s true that you feel it, but then once one comes you get many more.”
Helen Woodward staff members and 80 rescued animals to return from Houston Tuesday RANCHO SANTA FE (KUSI) — 9/4/2017 — The Helen Woodward Animal Center is expecting 80 orphaned cats and dogs from Houston to arrive Tuesday. The non-profit, located in Rancho Sante Fe, sent a team of four veterinarian technicians to the flood-ravaged area Thursday. They spent time helping shelters, inundated with abandoned animals from Hurricane Harvey, by administering vaccinations and medications.The team will return with animals that were already in shelters, to make room for the countless others who still need to be reunited with their owners. Southwest Airlines partnered with the animal center, offering free passage for the team of vets and animals. Helen Woodward Center is also raising money for the Montgomery-County Animal Shelter in Texas, which has the bigger burden of taking in not only dogs and cats but abandoned livestock, horses, and reptiles. The flight lands in San Diego around noon. The animals will then be transported to the center around 2 p.m. The center is inviting the public to come welcome the new animals to San Diego, while also informing them how they can adopt or become foster parents. Foster parenting allows the animals to become socialized so they can find a forever home faster. There is a critical need for cat fosters parents. For more information, visit the Helen Woodward Animal Center Facebook page. 8/31/2017 — Four staff members from the Helen Woodward Animal Center boarded a plane Thursday morning bound for Texas to help rescue stranded animals. With the Houston-Hobby Airport remaining closed, the flight was Austin-bound with an SUV ready to drive the group to the Lone Star Convention Center where Montgomery County-based rescue organization – Operation Pets Alive! – had set up an emergency shop. There, 100s of orphan dogs and cats pulled from devastated Houston shelters are waiting for rescue and Helen Woodward Animal Center is ready to assist.The destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey has captured the media spotlight globally for days, depicting unimaginable loss and nightmarish scenarios few can imagine.For the staff at Helen Woodward Animal Center, however, the tales have a ring of familiarity to them. In 2012, Center staff welcomed 60 orphan dogs and cats from New Jersey (who had been stranded in underwater shelters during Hurricane Sandy), via a donated charter from Southwest. Similarly, in 2005, the Center aided with the transportation and placement of Hurricane Katrina animal victims. The impact of helping those who were unable to help themselves, orphan dogs and cats facing displacement and possible euthanasia, made its mark on all who had a hand in it.One such person is now Helen Woodward Animal Center’s Director of Operations Jennifer Shorey. In 2012, Shorey had been part of a team who had donated their services to the Helen Woodward Animal Center rescue by chaperoning the orphan pets across the country. Her work with those rescued dogs and cats played a part in her decision to begin working with Helen Woodward Animal Center. “You look at all of those faces and know that their stay at the shelter was meant to be temporary,” Shorey stated. “It was supposed to lead them to forever homes. But when something as devastating as a hurricane hits, so much has to be left behind. People lose their homes, their possessions, and just focus on survival. And those orphan pets are left behind too. You realize how much of a difference you can make and how many lives you can save.”Helen Woodward Animal Center’s rescue of Houston pets was initiated by a call for help from Operation Pets Alive! – a non-profit, all volunteer organization “striving to elevate Montgomery County to a No-Kill Community.” Helen Woodward President and CEO Mike Arms immediately agreed to assist. As in 2012, Southwest also jumped in to donate the use of a plane, with Southwest Employees donating their time, all for the extraordinary rescue.“These are the silent victims,” Arms said. “There are shelters that have been devastated by Hurricane Harvey, without electricity, without supplies. Operation Pets Alive! has taken in an overwhelming number of orphan dogs and cats who had inhabited those shelters before the storm and were suddenly facing euthanasia simply because they had no place to go. We are honored to help save those lives and we are lucky to have incredible friends like Southwest to help make this all possible.”Tuesday, Sep. 5, approximately 80 orphan dogs and cats (from Operation Pets Alive!) are flying across the country to Helen Woodward Animal Center in Rancho Santa Fe. “The devastation of Hurricane Harvey has impacted a number of our communities along the Gulf. Our hearts are with our Customers, Employees, family and friends who have experienced loss and devastation from the storm,” said Linda Rutherford, Southwest Airlines Chief Communications Officer. “We’re so happy to partner with the Helen Woodward Animal Center to extend hope to Houston by transporting shelter animals to a new home in San Diego, while making additional space for family pets whose humans are currently displaced. Our Employees care so deeply for our Customers and all those impacted by Hurricane Harvey, including our sweet little four-legged friends.”HOW YOU CAN HELP: Helen Woodward Animal Center is also sending a $5,000 donation to Operations Pets Alive! to assist with the continued orphan animal rescue efforts and encourages other to make a donation to the organization as well. To do so, please log onto https://poundwishes.com/donate/2159787/help-for-harvey-s-homeless-pets.To assist the Houston arrivals here in San Diego, Helen Woodward Animal Center asks for the donation of towels and blankets. Show Caption Hide Caption Posted: August 31, 2017 Show Caption Hide Caption Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter 12 August 31, 2017 Show Caption Hide Caption , Show Caption Hide Caption