José Luis Morales rediscovered himself more than five months later. After 175 days, his last goal was on August 31, 2019 against Valladolid, the ‘Commander’ saw goal again beating Courtois “with the soul” to sign a triumph that will go down in history. Coincidentally, his two goals of the course have arrived in the Ciutat from Valencia, his house. Aware that it could be the next change, he just thought about finishing the play by remembering a hat attempt before Sergio Bouquets. Without gasoline in the tank, it was time to test the shot. Fate rewarded the insistence of a player, who in the words of Paco Lopez, “you have to trust him for his commitment to the team and the club. You just have to see him train to know that his moment was going to come“And that finally came. “I needed to get all the rage inside me. There have been months in which he had a good time, because things did not end. In the end this is football and you have to know how to take it. Luckily it seemed that he was predestined to score this goal and give this victory to the team“, confessed the player in the mixed zone at the end of the match.”I needed a night like this to eliminate ghosts from the head“.
WESTERN BUREAU:Tuff Gong Domino Club eked out a thrilling one-point (300-299) victory over Long Bay in the Charley’s JB Overproof Rum Western Jamaica Domino Premier League on Sunday.The nail-biting finish was one of the closest margins of victory for any club in this season’s competition and showed Tuff Gong’s mettle in staving off the challenge laid down by their opponents.Tuff Gong held a comfortable, but slender seven-point (153-146) lead at the halfway mark, but Long Bay, feeling the love from their supporters, rallied in the early stages of the second half.With the scores equal in the waning moments of the tight match, it was the Tuff Gong pairs who held sway to score a memorable win.Dynasty were also forced to hold on to a single-point victory in their contest with Deeside Untouchables in another enthralling Premier League tie, and it was a similar score in the match-up between Unity Strikers and Strike Force.Western Strikers defeated Rainbow by a nine-point margin (300-291), while Tornado wasted little time to blow away Dallas 300-272 in Division One action, while Uptown eased past Cool Wave 300-280 in their encounter.Matches across all three divisions will resume on Sunday, with matches slated for a 1 p.m. start.
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For the third time this season the Fort St. John Huskies will lace up the skates to take on the Fairview Flyers tomorrow. The Huskies have dropped both games by scores of 6-5, and 4-1.Fort St. John is coming off a 4-1 win over Dawson Creek on Wednesday night while Fairview’s last action had them breeze by Sexsmith by a score of 9-2. They’ll also be on the ice tonight as they’ll be in Beaverlodge.The Huskies are just two points back of the County of the Grande Prairie JDA Kings for fourth place in the NWJHL standings. The Flyers are sitting comfortable in first place as they have a five point lead on the North Peace Navigators with a mark of 14-0-1.- Advertisement –
He says Troyer Ventures is footing the bill for the Hockey Hall of Fame exhibit.The Allan Cup Competition will be held at the North Peace Arena on April 19th – 24th. Fort St. John residents will have the chance to get up close and personal with the Stanley Cup.President of the Fort St. John Senior Flyers, Paul van Nostrand, is making arrangements to have the coveted cup on display for one day, during the 2010 Allan Cup competition.He made the announcement on the January 6th edition of Issues and Answers.- Advertisement -Van Nostrand says the 2010 Allan Cup Host Committee has arranged for the Hockey Hall of Fame to bring in one of its travelling road shows, too.The collection of exhibits and trophies will be on display at the North Peace Arena from Tuesday, April 20th until the 24th.Van Nostrand says the collection will be free of charge, so everyone in the community can tour the exhibit. He adds, the display will be open outside of game times, so those without game tickets will still have the opportunity to explore it.Advertisement
Jose Mourinho Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho fuelled further animosity amongst Arsenal fans after mocking him for a series of chants during his side’s 0-0 draw at the Emirates.When asked in his post-match press conference about his side’s stoic performance, he replied: ‘Boring? I think 10 years without the title. That’s boring!’Chelsea produced a professional display at the Emirates, frustrating their title rivals to remain 10 points clear at the top of the Premier League with just five games left in the season.Mourinho was centre of attention following the encounter, and below are some of the best reactions on Twitter to his comments… 1
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SACRAMENTO – California’s fourth- and eighth-grade students made greater progress on national science tests than their counterparts around the nation, a national report card on student achievement in science said Wednesday. Despite that improvement, California’s students had further to go. At least half of all students still scored below basic on their science knowledge on the National Assessment of Educational Progress, more than any other state besides Mississippi. Fifty percent of California fourth-graders were below basic, compared to 34 percent nationally. For eighth-graders, 56 percent were below basic, compared to 43 percent nationally. Hawaii, Kentucky, South Carolina and Virginia were the only other states to show improvements in both grades. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2
7 7 7 Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid is live on talkSPORT on 10 May, 2017 at 19:45 (BST)Always a bridesmaid, never the bride is the saying, so maybe this will be the year Atletico Madrid finally become Champions League winners?Or perhaps not seeing as they must overcome a 3-0 semi-final first leg deficit against Real Madrid.They’ve come so close previously and here, talkSPORT.com looks at other near misses in football.READ MORE: Great teams that should have won a major trophy but fell short Bernd Schneider and everything – Former German international midfielder Schneider (pictured above, front row centre) was a Bundesliga runner-up with Bayer Levekusen in 2000 and 2002, a German Cup runner-up in 2002 and 2009, a Champions League runner-up in 2002, a World Cup runner-up with Germany in 2002 and then came third in the 2006 tournament on home soil, in addition to another third place at the 2005 Confederations Cup. Sore. 7 Atletico Madrid and the Champions League – click right for more stories of football heartbreak – Atletico look destined to miss out on Champions League glory again, exiting at the hands of rivals Real Madrid for the fourth season in a row, following final defeats in 2014 and 2016. Atleti have lost all three of the European Cup finals they have so far contested, all in agonising fashion. They lost to Bayern Munich in a 1974 European Cup final replay (in the days before penalty shootouts), having been seconds away from winning the first meeting. Then, 40 years later they were moments away from winning the final against Real, only to be taken to extra-time where they defeated once more. Two years on, Atleti lost on penalties to Real to complete a hat-trick of devastating defeats. Benfica and European competition since 1962 – Benfica won back-to-back European Cups in 1961 and 1962, but since they were beaten by Milan in the 63 final, they have failed to reclaim the prize. They lost subsequent finals in 1965, 1968, 1988 and 1990. In the UEFA Cup/Europa League, it is a similar story as they finished runners-up in the 1983, 2013 and 2014 finals. Benfica’s inability to claim European silverware since 1962 has been blamed on the ‘curse of Bela Guttmann’ so named after the Hungarian coach who led the club to continental glory in 1961 and ’62, only to be denied a pay rise and quit, declaring “not in a hundred years from now will Benfica ever be European champion”. 7 Leeds between 1965 and 1975 – In the 1960s and 1970s, Leeds were one of the best teams in Europe and won six major trophies, so it may seem strange to consider them ‘bridesmaids’, but for all their success Don Revie’s side made a habit of finishing runners up. On 12 occasions in that time Leeds finished second, including five runners up spots in the league between 1965 and 1972, three lost FA Cup finals and four defeats in Europe with trophies at stake, not least a controversial loss in their only ever European Cup final appearance. The Netherlands and the World Cup – The Dutch have appeared in three World Cup finals and come away with three World Cup loser medals. The ‘Total Football’ generation had back-to-back appearances in the 1974 and 1978 finals, losing to the host nations, West Germany and Argentina respectively, despite being considered superior to both victors. In the 2010 final the Netherlands were underdogs against Spain, and the match was 0-0 with four minutes of extra-time remaining, only for Andres Iniesta to break Dutch hearts. They managed a third-place finish at the 2014 edition in Brazil, and did claim victory at the 1988 European Championship, but success on the world stage remains a dream. Newcastle between 1996 and 2005 – Newcastle infamously blew a 12-point lead to finish Premier League runners up in 1996, then took second place again in 1997. A year later the Magpies lost the FA Cup final to double winners Arsenal, and were defeated in the 1999 final by treble-winning Manchester United. In 2000 Chelsea beat Newcastle in the semi-final, then Man United knocked them out at the same stage in 2005. The club haven’t won a major trophy since 1969, and the 10-year period between 1996 and 2005 remains the closest bar a lost 1974 FA Cup final they have come to ending that wait. And no, second tier titles don’t count as major. 7 7 Luigi Di Biagio – Despite being a top Italy international, playing for Inter and Roma, Di Biagio never won a major trophy. He left Roma in 1999, shortly before they won the Serie A title. At Inter, the midfielder was a Serie A runner-up in the 2002/03 season, a beaten finalist in the 2000 Italian Cup, as well as a UEFA Cup semi-finalist in 2002 and a Champions League semi-finalist in 2003. Shortly after he left Inter, the club began collecting titles and cups galore. Most agonisingly of all, Di Biagio was seconds away from winning Euro 2000 with Italy, only to see France grab a last gasp equaliser and extra-time winner in the final.
The Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Frances Fitzgerald officially presented Donegal Youth Service with the Youth Work Ireland Quality Standards Framework, Standard of Excellence Award.Minister Fitzgerald was on an official visit to the county, and was also able to see the work of several DYS projects, including the Letterkenny Youth Information Centre, the Youth Outreach Project, Loft LK and Daybreak. Donegal Youth Service is the key youth work agency in Donegal and works to deliver generic and explicit youth work programmes and activities that best meet the needs of young people and the adults who support them.The Minister was particularly interested in finding out about how Donegal Youth Service is moving towards an integrated service and how we approach working with young people in informal education and informal educational settings, increasing their capacity to participate fully in civic life and progressing towards continued education and/or employability.Lorraine Thompson, Regional Director said, ‘We were delighted to have the Minister here to present this award. It is great recognition of the quality of the work carried out by the Donegal Youth Service. With the pending changes to our funding streams, the framework that is the Quality Standards offers a firm foundation for the future.” DONEGAL YOUTH SERVICE RECEIVES EXCELLENCE AWARD was last modified: May 24th, 2012 by StephenShare 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)
IT’S every ten-year-old boy’s dream – to one day win an All-Ireland medal.When Donegal star Dermot Brick Molloy was ten, he not only dreamt it…he wrote it down in his schoolwork.And the star today released that fine piece of work which his mum found yesterday. It reads: “My name is Dermot A Molloy. My hopes for the future is to play for Donegal under 14, 16, minor and senior and to get an all Ireland medal.”Now THAT’S predicting the future. HOW DERMOT BRICK MOLLOY WROTE ABOUT ALL-IRELAND GLORY – AGED 10 was last modified: October 18th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:HOW DERMOT BRICK MOLLOY DREAMED OF ALL-IRELAND GLORY – AGED 10HOW DERMOT BRICK MOLLOY WROTE ABOUT ALL-IRELAND GLORY – AGED 10