As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, UEFA has today formally postponed the following finals, originally scheduled for May 2020.@UWCL@EuropaLeague@ChampionsLeagueNo decision has yet been made on rearranged dates. Further announcements will be made in due course. – UEFA (@UEFA) March 23, 2020UEFA’s intention was to place the Champions League final on Saturday June 27 and the Europa League final on Wednesday 24 of the same month if the advance of COVID-19 allowed it. Today these dates are unknown and the working group led by Aleksander Ceferin It is already examining the possible calendar to announce the new dates for the three continental finals.Initially the end of the Champions should be disputed in Istanbul on May 30. Meanwhile, the Europa League was scheduled for the May 27 in Gdansk (Poland). The women’s final of the Champions League was to be played on May 24 in Vienna (Austria). UEFA has officially communicated that the coronavirus crisis has forced postpone the finals of the Champions League, the Europa League and the women’s Champions League, set for next May. The European body has not informed of the new date in which the three postponed European finals will be played.
Arnett Gardens coach Jerome Waite said the aim is to keep his players fresh in a rotation system in order to repeat their feat of winning the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) and Caribbean Football Union (CFU) title.The RSPL champions are atop in this season’s national championship on 46 points, one ahead of Montego Bay United (45).Waite intends to stay on top to first win the trophy and incentive for the team that ends the preliminary stage with the most points.Waite, who guided Arnett to three of the club’s national titles, is also looking at the bigger picture: to win the CFU championship and move to the CONCACAF stage. The CFU championship is set to kick off next month.”We want to win the national title again. It is the first time for this season that we are leading on points. We are in the lead, so I’m pretty much pleased at this point,” Waite told The Gleaner.With Arnett having scored 36 goals in 24 RSPL games this season, Waite said that the team should have scored more. However, he is pleased with the defensive system as the team has conceded 20 goals.MORE GOALS WANTED”We should have scored more goals but, defensively, we are doing well as a team,” said the coach, who guided Arnett to back-to-back titles from 2000 to 2002.”Looking back at last year, despite winning the title, I was concerned about the fact that we let in too many goals, so it is a massive improvement in that area,” he added.”We will continue to take the games step by step. My aim is to keep the team healthy and injury-free. The rotation of players is necessary. It is all about man-management. It is my duty, and I’m always thinking about the long term,” Waite reasoned.”We are also preparing for the CFU tournament in the Dominican Republic early next month. We will leave for that tournament by month end,” he said.Arnett Gardens and last season’s runners-up, Montego Bay United, will participate in the CFU championship. Arnett will play in Group Four alongside AtlÈtico Pantoja of The Dominican Republic, America des Cayes of Haiti, and Notch of Suriname in Santo Domingo.
…24 arrestedPolice ranks of A Division (Georgetown-East Bank Demerara) on Saturday conducted several cordon and search operations where 18 persons were detained and questioned for several criminal offences.Reports are the operation was carried out by senior Police officers who questionedSome of the cycles that were impounded by Policethe individuals in relation to robbery under arms, simple larceny and housebreaking offences.Meanwhile, a similar exercise was carried out between 23:00h on Sunday and 05:00h on Monday by ranks of the said Division at the Georgetown Seawalls from Camp Street to Vlissengen Road.During this activity, six persons were arrested for various offences and 59 motorcycles were impounded. A dozen cycles were also abandoned by the riders during the operation.A verification of the authenticity of the documents of the said cycles is being carried out since many are suspected to have been stolen or unlawfully obtained. Some 70 grams of cannabis was also found.
SHERMAN OAKS – City crews began ticketing and towing illegally parked vehicles this morning as Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced the expansion of the Anti-Gridlock Tiger Team program. Five Department of Transportation officers and three tow-trucks will patrol an 8.5-mile stretch of Ventura Boulevard, between the 405 Freeway and Topanga Canyon Boulevard, from 6-9 a.m. weekdays, Villaraigosa said during a news conference. The first Tiger Team, launched last week along Wilshire Boulevard, has cited more than 17,000 motorists and towed over 5,100 vehicles over the last year. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
0Shares0000As Cristiano Ronaldo milked every last drop of his moment on the microphone at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday night, it was hard to imagine this was a player about to leave Real Madrid © AFP / BENJAMIN CREMELMADRID, Spain, May 28 – As Cristiano Ronaldo milked every last drop of his moment on the microphone at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday night, it was hard to imagine this was a player about to leave Real Madrid.Real’s players were introduced one-by-one onto the podium and when Ronaldo’s moment came, a gap left after “Cristiano” for the delirious fans to fill, he predictably made the most of it. A Portugal flag draped over his shoulders, Ronaldo pirouetted before counting out on his fingers to five, the number of Champions League titles he now owns.He pulled out the badge on his shirt and kissed it, twice, before blowing a few more kisses to the crowd. By now they were chanting “Cristiano” and some of the Real players were joining in.Even when Marcelo, the next one out, emerged, the grinning Ronaldo strutted back down the walkway to welcome him with the pair’s familiar celebratory dance.This Ronaldo was almost unrecognisable from the one that had, less than 24 hours before, been prickly and restless, as he insisted he could leave Real, despite them just beating Liverpool to mark a third consecutive European triumph.Even amid wrangling contract negotiations, a frosty relationship with president Florentino Perez, a perceived lack of support in his row with Spanish tax authorities and perhaps even jealousy over Real´s courting of Neymar, his timing was inexplicably bad.Zinedine Zidane had summed up the mood. “I’m not thinking about that now,” he said.Microphone in hand, however, Ronaldo was back at the centre of things on Sunday and this time his message was different.“What can I say?” he said over the supporters’ cheers. “You have given us so much love in every single match. It’s an honour to play for the biggest club in the world, that’s the truth, it’s an honour.”As the fans roared, Real’s players bounced around Ronaldo, chanting “Cristiano, quedate”, “Cristiano, stay”, and soon the whole stadium was singing too.When Ronaldo resumed, the big screen briefly catching a stoney-faced Gareth Bale next to a beaming Casemiro, he said: “Thank you, this is very important to me. I am so happy with your passion, the passion of the players and coaches.“What I like most is winning. So for one last time, one, two three – Hala Madrid!”Earlier, in the Plaza de Cibeles, he had signed off a more modest speech with: “Thank you guys and see you next year.”At euphoric events like these, there must always be a pull to draw the biggest cheer, but Ronaldo’s behaviour at least suggests Real could satisfy the 33-year-old if they want to.He reportedly seeks a new deal in line with Lionel Messi’s at Barcelona and Neymar’s at PSG.But Perez was not impressed by Ronaldo’s posturing on Saturday. “We hear the same every summer,” Perez said. “And then nothing happens.”In 2012, Ronaldo said he was “sad” and last year, Portugese newspaper A Bola claimed the forward wanted to leave, unhappy with the club not backing him in the face of tax investigators.Perez and Ronaldo need each other, but neither will want to be seen to have lost the argument. At the very least, Real’s celebrations showed nothing has been decided yet.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
DONEGALDAILY.COM DDTV: It’s a great couple of days for traditional music as the 11th annual Hughie McGovern weekend is underway in Letterkenny.And members of the Coventry Comhaltas are here to help the celebrations organised by their sister branch in the Co Donegal town.Donegaldaily.com was at the Regional Cultural Centre on Friday evening as the weekend got underway.Click the video to enjoy some great traditional Irish music – all the way from the English midlands. DDTV: VIDEO OF COVENTRY COMHALTAS IN DONEGAL FOR TRAD WEEKEND was last modified: April 21st, 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:DDTV: VIDEO OF COVENTRY COMHALTAS IN DONEGAL FOR TRAD WEEKEND
CLG Chill Chartha 10 week draw. Week 3 winners: €1000 – Charley Marie O’Donnell,Bavin. €500 – Noreen Gilmartin, Kilbeg. €300 – Seamus Curran, Carrick lower. €200 – Seamus “Banty” McAneaney, Monaghan. €200 – Charlie McBrearty, Castlecarn. €200 – Connie O’Gara, Glen. Congratulations to the Minor Team and management on winning the County Minor Championship. It was a fantastic achievement and a very proud day for the club and a result of the great work that has gone into preparing players at underage level. There was no Lotto Jackpot winner this week and next week it will be €3300. Winning numbers were 4,17,19,21. Drawn winners were €50 – Marie O’Gara, Glen, €30 – Sarah Molloy, Churchtown, €20 – Ian Hegarty, Main St. There was no winner of the Bingo Jackpot. Next week’s Jackpot €1650 on 46 numbers. Some of the winners were: Grainne McBrearty€105, Tom Campbell €140, Eithne Byrne €140, Karen Gallagher €70, Collette McNelis €70, Julie Maguire €70, Kathleen Keeney €150, Triona McShane €80, Sarah Gallagher €70 Maire Boyle €70. Lotto Sellers this weekend: Sat 15th Dec: Neilly Byrne & Sean O Gara. Sun 16th Dec:Michael McShane & Mickey McFadden . CLG Chill Chartha will host the Annual Dinner Dance in the Blue Haven on Saturday 15th December. Sam Maguire, and our County stars and will be in attendance. Tickets are €25 and are available from club officers. Orders for Dinner Dance tickets to be in to club officers by Thurs 13th December. C.L.G Chill Chartha AGM will take place on Sat 5th Jan 2013 at 8pm. Venue to be confirmedGAA: KILCAR GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: December 10th, 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:GAA: KILCAR GAA CLUB NEWS
MONEY 3 England take on Croatia at Wembley on Sunday afternoon Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move The last meeting between the two was a goalless draw behind closed doors in Rijeka and prior to that England’s World Cup hopes were ended by Mario Mandzukic in extra-time of the World Cup semi-final.Below, talkSPORT.com looks at the different outcomes following the conclusion of this game.1. If England BEAT CroatiaA win would give England seven points and put them top of League A Group 4, ahead of Spain, who lead the way with six having played all of their matches. It would be a second win of the inaugural tournament for Gareth Southgate’s side following their famous 3-2 victory in Seville. Latest Football News Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Mario Mandzukic scored to knock England out of the World Cup in the summer If they do get to the tournament next summer, it gives England the prospect of playing for a trophy.Speaking about the prospect of the national team doing well, record goal scorer Wayne Rooney said some ex-internationals are jealous of the current progress being made by Gareth Southgate’s young side.“I know some ex-players I’ve spoken to can’t come to terms with England doing well,” said Rooney.“That is wrong. I’m not like that,” said the 33-year-old ex-captain. “I’m a fan now. I want England to do well.“I wouldn’t say I regret never winning a trophy with England.“I have given everything when playing for England and I’ve tried to make us successful. Sometimes everything just isn’t enough.“I’ve had my time and it didn’t quite work out in terms of trophies.” 3 no dice REVEALED RANKED Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? 2. If it ends as a GOALLESS DRAWThey would finish second behind Spain, but maintain their League A status, while Croatia, would be relegated.3. If the match is a SCORE drawEngland will be relegated to League B, as Croatia have a better head-to-head record through their away goals.4. If Croatia BEAT EnglandFour months have passed since that semi-final defeat and another one so soon after would mean Croatia win the group and relegate England. England take on Croatia in their final UEFA Nations League match at Wembley knowing victory will see them reach the final four of the competition in June.A draw or a defeat will mean relegation to the second tier for the Three Lions as they prepare to face Croatia for the tenth time in their history and it’s live on talkSPORT. REVEALED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade 3 Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won BEST OF Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury England’s first win in the competition was a 3-2 victory over Spain huge blow ADVICE
HUNG FOR A SHEEP: Sheep rustling in the county is rife, says the IFA. Spokesman Davie Keith says theft of the animals is ‘endemic’.HUNG OUT TO DRY: Laundry from Letterkenny General Hospital will be sent to Dublin from next month when the local facility closes. The move will save the taxpayer a fortune – and 17 staff are being re-deployed to other departments.MAYOR GERRY: Sinn Fein’s Gerry McMonagle will become Mayor of Letterkenny next Tuesday, becoming for the first member of his party to hold the post. LAST CURLEW CALL: Just ten breeding pairs of Curlews are left in Co Donegal, says Birdwatch Ireland, citing the loss of upland habitat as the main reason.ARRANMORE CALLING: RTE Radio 1 will broadcast a fascinating documentary on Arranmore tomorrow at 2pm. Presented by native Helena Gallagher, the ‘Survivial of an Island’ programme, focuses on how the dying fishing industry is hitting the island.CASH BOOST: Killygordon and Crossroads are celebrating after being given a €244,000 grant to extend its community centre.HIGH-WAY: Mark House, Chapel Street, Stranorlar, has been fined €300 for growing cannabis in his car. The local court heard he had placed two plants in his vehicle to ‘get more sunshine’. CURRACH SUCCESS: Gaoth Dobhair Cumann na gCurrach members are celebrating after winning 18-mile races in Cork last weekend.DAM-N IT: A conservation group is opposing a new hydro-dam proposal in Kilcar. The South West Donegal Area Conservation Group says it will fight the proposals.DONEGAL NEWS IN BRIEF was last modified: June 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:Donegal news in briefdonegaldaily.com
Hethcock said he has a good relationship with the Oak Park coaching staff and doesn’t believe they’re “trying to duck out of playing us.” “We have an honest difference of opinion, and now that difference of opinion has turned into a constitutional issue that affects the entire Div. XI and all the teams in the Tri-Valley League,” Hethcock said. Also: Freelance Malibu standout running back Miles Edman rushed for 309 yards and four touchdowns on 30 carries in the Sharks’ 24-13 victory Friday over St. Genevieve of Panorama City. … Freelance Vasquez of Acton (5-0) would have tied a state record for victories in a calendar month had its 35-15 victory Saturday against Bell-Jeff of Burbank been played Friday, when the game originally was scheduled. … Defending Div. XII champion Grace Brethren of Simi Valley (2-2, 1-0 Olympic League) has rebounded nicely from season-opening losses to Oaks Christian and Oak Park. The Lancers started league play with a 30-0 romp Saturday over Village Christian of Sun Valley and has outscored their past two opponents 62-13. Gideon Rubin, (818)713-3607 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WESTLAKE VILLAGE – High school football championships are supposed to be decided on grass fields by enthused teenagers, not middle-aged administrators in closed-door meetings. Depending on how the Tri-Valley League’s bylaws are interpreted, its league title could be decided amid conditions in which size, speed and athleticism don’t matter at all. Oak Park coaches rejected several Oaks Christian proposals for a possible makeup date, citing observance of the Jewish high holidays and safety concerns regarding playing three games in a nine-day period. Southern Section officials confirmed that the proposal met the state’s high school sports official governing body rules, which state that no more than two games can be played within an eight-day period. “We felt it was not safe to try to play three games in nine days,” Oak Park co-coach Brian Crum said. “We really would have liked to the play the game, it just came down to a situation that we couldn’t work out.” Oaks Christian athletic director Jan Hethcock said his interpretation of the league’s bylaws was that if the teams didn’t make up the game, neither would be eligible for a league championship – even if both win their five remaining league games. Hethcock said he’s conferred with coaches within and outside the Tri-Valley League, and all have shared his interpretation of the bylaws. That scenario is possible after the wildfire-forced cancellation of Friday’s game between two-time Southern Section Div. XI champion Oaks Christian of Westlake Village (3-0) and arch-rival Oak Park (2-1), the two-time Div. XI finalists. Friday’s game would have been the fifth meeting between the teams since Oak Park defeated Oaks Christian in Week 10 of the 2003 season. The Lions have since won 17 consecutive games.