Williams denounces racist shouts in the Espanyol field: from the bottom he heard “uh, uh, uh, uh”

first_imgThe referee did not notice the insults and has not reflected anything in the minutes, so it will be difficult for a fine or action taken by LaLiga. In the recent Barcelona derby with Piqué as the protagonist there were also insults. Thebes himself, president of the LFP, has condemned the events in the parakeet stadium: “Today we have taken a step back in the work started years ago, the violent incidents of Barcelona and Valencia, the racist insults to Williams they do a lot of damage to all Spanish football, LaLiga assumes its responsibility, we will look with the clubs where the mistake is. “Once the game was over, Williams received a touch of attention from Garitano for the bad moment he lives.” you have to demand goals, “he said. He is on his way to breaking the record for consecutive games, held by Larrañaga (202). Athletic statement:Athletic Club rejects and expressly and strongly condemns any expression, manifestation or violent act.The Athletic Club, a hundred-year-old entity that advocates for sport and football without violence, wants to strongly condemn the incidents prior to the Cornellà match.We believe in a healthy sports rivalry, without confrontations beyond sports and in which only hobbies that respect the rival above any condition and result have a place.Zero tolerance with any sign of violence.Unconditional support for hobbies that understand football as a meeting point between different, peaceful and plural.Espanyol reacted on social networks:The @RCDEspanyol strongly and explicitly condemns any sign of racism on soccer fields. The club is already investigating the incidents of racist character uttered by a few against Iñaki Williams. Our support and solidarity. Today we have taken a step back in the work started years ago, the violent incidents of Barcelona and Valencia, the racist insults to @ Williaaams45 they do a lot of damage to all Spanish football, @the league assume your responsibility, we will look with the clubs where the error is.– Javier Tebas Medrano (@Tebasjavier) January 25, 2020“I’m going a little sad because of the draw and because I have suffered racist insults. It’s something that no player of any race wants to hear. It’s something that is totally out of place. People have to come to the stadium to enjoy football and encourage your team. This is a friendship sport, as a team, it’s a sad day. ” Iñaki left the stadium very hurt. Part of the background began to reproduce the screams of a monkey and the forward burst: “Sons of a bitch all”. When he went to the bench, he explained the incident to his colleagues. Muniain notified the referee Sánchez Martínez. More calm, he valued: “It is a shame that such cases continue to be seen.” Espanyol and Athletic studied the case and made a separate statement. LaLiga is entering this type of insults hard. Recently in Vallecas a match was suspended for insults to Zozulia, Albacete player. Williams has lived a bitter noon in Barcelona. He is in a bad moment and has suffered racist shouts from the bottom where Espanyol ultras are accommodated when he retired to the band after being replaced in the 69th minute by Raúl García. The Athletic striker left the pitch on the bottom where the ultras are located and from there shouts of “uh, uh, uh, uh” were heard, just as Movistar’s cameras caught. In the same images you can see the player very angry and responding with several “motherfuckers” to those who insulted him.The rojiblanco already lived a similar episode in El Molinón years ago, when the match was stopped and they were asked to stop by public address system. The rojiblanco forward turned to the stand from which the insults came in an attitude of indignation. In mixed zone he wanted to downplay that episode, but he looked annoyed. “We are all people, regardless of nationality or skin color. People have to come to see the person, the soccer player, and enjoy football, not to insult him for being from another country and another color, ”he said at the end to Euskal Telebista, not wanting to give more trouble to the problem. Radicals of both teams have engaged in a fight before the game, in which chairs have been blown up from a hospitality shop.last_img read more

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first_imgCAS rejects Serbia’s Kosovo challenge LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP): The Serbian football federation’s appeal against Kosovo joining UEFA has been rejected by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. The court ruled that Kosovo met the standard of UEFA entry rules because it is “recognised by the majority of the United Nations member states as an ‘independent state.'” Serbia argued that Kosovo, which joined European football’s governing body last May despite not being a U.N. member, should be blocked. European football federations voted 28-24 in favour of Kosovo’s entry to UEFA after Serbia led opposition to its former province. Napoli edge Fiorentina in Coppa clash Jose Callejon’s 71st minute header was proved to be the decider as Napoli beat Fiorentina 1-0 to reach the Coppa Italia semi-final as both teams ended with 10 men. Napoli will face either holders Juventus or Milan in the semis, after those two meet in today’s eagerly anticipated contest at the Juventus Stadium. AC Milan have beaten Juventus twice already this season; 1 – 0 in a league game at the San Siro and on penalties in the Super Coppa in Doha in December. McIlroy aiming for March return Rory McIlroy is targeting the Mexico Championship in March as his return to tournament action from injury. McIlroy aggravated a rib stress fracture, while finishing runner-up at the SA Open in Gauteng two weekends ago. Those injuries typically take about six weeks to heal, and he believes he’ll be ready to play again in the first World Golf Championship of the year, from March 2-5.last_img read more

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Messi aims to score against Chelsea at 9th attempt

first_imgSea turtle trapped in net freed in Legazpi City Bayern Munich hosts Besiktas in Tuesday’s other game while the following day sees Manchester United traveling to Sevilla, and Shakhtar Donetsk playing host to Roma.Two weeks ago, the prospect of a Chelsea win over Barca would have been unthinkable after Conte’s men had slumped to successive defeats by two of the Premier League’s lesser lights.The London club was still smarting from a 3-0 home loss against Bournemouth when it traveled to Watford and succumbed to an embarrassing 4-1 reverse.Chelsea has got back on track since then, though, easing past West Bromwich Albion 3-0 in the league last Monday before swatting aside second-tier Hull 4-0 in the FA Cup four days later.Conte has several selection dilemmas. He must choose between captain Gary Cahill and Antonio Rudiger for a place at the back, and between Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud up front.ADVERTISEMENT GALLERY: Barangay Ginebra back as PBA Governors’ Cup kings Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano SEVILLA-MAN UNITEDFrance midfielder Paul Pogba missed Saturday’s 2-0 FA Cup fifth-round win over Huddersfield through illness and United manager Jose Mourinho is unsure whether he will feature against Sevilla.Asked whether Pogba had a serious problem, Mourinho replied: “I don’t know and, honestly, I don’t care.”United is a distant second in the Premier League, 16 points behind Manchester City. Mourinho’s team has been inconsistent in recent weeks, winning two and losing two of its last four games in all competitions.Sevilla, fifth in its domestic league, has won three matches in a row and is hoping to have Ever Banega and Luis Muriel back after injury.SHAKHTAR-ROMAAfter a difficult run domestically, Roma has turned things around with three straight wins.Turkish winger Cengiz Under scored his fourth goal in three matches to help the team to a 2-0 victory at Udinese on Saturday that left Roma in third place, two points ahead of Inter Milan.“We’ve got to make the most of the fact they’ve had a winter break and might not be match fit,” Roma coach Eusebio Di Francesco said of Ukraine’s Shakhtar. It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Cesc Fabregas will also be desperate to play against his former team but may have to settle for a spot on the bench.Barca has lost only once in 38 matches this season since falling in the Spanish Super Cup to Real Madrid in August. It has a seven-point lead at the top of La Liga and has reached the final of the Copa del Rey.Messi is having another stellar campaign, scoring 27 times in all competitions, and he helped set up two goals in Saturday’s 2-0 win at Eibar.Philippe Coutinho is ineligible for Barca following his move from Liverpool.Here’s a closer look at the week’s other games:BAYERN-BESIKTASBayern coach Jupp Heynckes must decide which of his in-form attacking midfielders should play.Arjen Robben shone for the runaway Bundesliga leader in Saturday’s 2-1 win at Wolfsburg but Thomas Mueller could take his place on the right, with James Rodriguez coming in to partner Arturo Vidal, having been rested at the weekend.The victory means Heynckes has won 21 out of 22 games since returning as coach.Besiktas surprised many by advancing from a group featuring Porto, Monaco and Leipzig. 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GHRA blames Judiciary, prison service for prison riot

first_imgThe Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA) has expressed deep concern over Monday’s prison break and riot which left several wounded and three escapees still on the run.The GHRA said the ‘slackness’ associated with the recent escape of three inmates has to be laid at the door of the Guyana Prison Service itself and Director of Prisons Gladwin Samuels.“At the end of the day, however, the effective management of prisoners requires cooperation from a number of agencies over which the Prison Service itself exercises no authority,” he said.The Association noted that despite considerable efforts by the Prison Service to reduce the numbers of inmates, their work continues to be frustrated by too many prisoners’ remanded.This is mainly for trivial offences or people being unable to pay bail. “Responsibility for this problem lies squarely on the shoulders of the Judiciary – the magistracy in particular,” it said.Nevertheless, GHRA noted that by the end of 2017, targeted reductions recommended after the disastrous fire at the Camp Street had largely been achieved by the prisons through early releases, weeding out the mentally ill, and others who should never have been in prison in the first instance.However, it claimed that the benefit of these efforts has been lost as Magistrates complacently acquiesce to prosecutor’s demands. “Reduction of the prison population can also be achieved by greater efforts to work with substance abusers and those mentally affected by drug abuse.”In terms of the remand issue, the GHRA said Prison Service has to rely on the cooperation of services over which it has no direct control for this kind of support in getting the numbers down.“The long-term solution to our prison problems are preventative rather than punitive. Private Sector concerns over the conditions of prisons is a welcome development,” it added.The GHRA said directing these energies towards provision of jobs and better coordinated job-training programmes for inmates would ease the burden on the over-stretched Guyana Prison Service.Just recently, the Private Sector Commission (PSC) wrote a letter to Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan where it said it was becoming increasingly concerned by a number of issues affecting the prisons in Guyana and, by virtue of this, public safety in the country.“A recent meeting of the Management Board of the Prisons has highlighted a number of serious matters which we feel should be addressed with utmost urgency. Issues brought to the fore include a general lack of adequate security at all of the prisons, a lack of fire prevention systems, the lack of transportation facilities to enable movement of prisoners and food, where necessary, and the inadequacy of the current complement of prisons to safely house the prison population,” the PSC in its letter to the subject Minister highlighted.Moreover, the Commission said while it is concerned about the safety and security of the public, “it is also disturbed by the less than humane conditions under which the prison population at the Lusignan Prison is housed. These prisoners are made to sleep under sheds in the open, posing health risks to the prisoners and a danger to the wardens. We are of the opinion that these conditions could also have an impact upon the country’s human rights ranking.”Another burning issue, the PSC said, is the lack of fire prevention systems in the prisons, most of which are constructed of wood.The Commission said it is concerned that, after two devastating prison fires, resulting in loss of lives and the escape of dangerous criminals, enough is not being done to prevent further fires. Outlining that the issues will require short and long-term solutions, the PSC posited in its letter to Ramjattan that the “vexed question of internal security is one that is hampering investor confidence and one that must be prioritised by our Government. We are, therefore, confident that you will utilise your good office to address this particular aspect of our security.”last_img read more

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Businessman shot dead at Kitty hotel

first_imgThe proprietor of a popular Durban Street, Georgetown restaurant was on Thursday afternoon fatally shot during the course of an alleged robbery outside a hotel in Kitty, Georgetown.Godfrey ScipioDead is 64-year-old Godfrey Scipio, called “Saga”. Guyana Times was told that “Saga” was swiftly rushed to a private city hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries.According to information received, Scipio was leaving the hotel where his car was parked when he was accosted by a lone gunman on a motorcycle. While details surrounding the shooting remain sketchy, this publication was told that Scipio was shot at least once about the body. This newspaper understands that the dead man’s son arrived in Guyana earlier on Thursday to visit his parents.When Guyana Times arrived at the private city hospital, undertakers were taking Scipio’s body to the mortuary. It was at this point that relatives positively identified their loved one which spurred sporadic outbursts of screams, with nephews and nieces shouting and questioning “why” he was killed. Speaking to this publication, a relative expressed confusion over what occurred, saying that they were trying to gather information on the shooting. This is not the first time that Scipio was shot. In April 2011, he was injured during a shootout at Cummings Lodge, Greater Georgetown when four armed men had discharged rounds.Up to press time, information regarding the circumstances surrounding his killing was still being gathered as Police investigators hunted the possible suspects.last_img read more

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GAA NEWS: PADDY BURKE IS THE NEW TIR CHONAILL GAELS PRESIDENT FOLLOWING AGM

first_imgTir Chonaill Gaels Club Notes – 22nd February 2016AGM The 54th Tír Chonaill Gaels AGM took place on Saturday 20th February and the following officers were elected for the coming year:Life Presidents: Jackie Green and Jackie ReillyPresident: Paddy BurkeVice Presidents: Mick McGrath, Eddie McGinty, Michael McGlynn, Michael Kennedy and Mary Callaghan. Chairman: Tom MohanVice-Chairman: Maurice CarrSecretary: Michael MullenAssistant-Secretary: Stephen McLoughlinTreasurer Committee: Stephen McLoughlin, Denis Boyle, Tom Mohan, Eddie Doyle, Maurice Carr, Calum Crowley and Michael Kingston.PRO: Seamus Harley Assistant PRO: Stevie KeaneCounty Board Delegates: Denis Boyle and Maurice CarrYouth Officer: Vincent HealeyFacilities Manager: Maurice Carr Club Photographer: Brendan VaughanClub Registrar: Stephen McLoughlinGood LuckThe club would like to wish all the best to senior players Brian Ross, Cathal Magee & Aidan Downes who are moving on to pastures new. Thank you for your dedication and commitment to the club and look forward to welcoming you to Tir Chonaill Park on your future visits to London.Lottery Results, 18th February 2016Numbers drawn: 6, 7, 17 & 21Jackpot £2,200 – No Winner£25 Lucky Dip Winners:Denis Boyle, c/o TCGSinead Keogh, c/o TCGTommy Harrold, London GAAAlan, Manager 3 WishesNext draw 3rd March – Jackpot £2,250Play online at www.tirchonaillgaels.comGAA NEWS: PADDY BURKE IS THE NEW TIR CHONAILL GAELS PRESIDENT FOLLOWING AGM was last modified: February 22nd, 2016 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:GAASportTir Chonaill Gaelslast_img read more

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‘COPPER GANG’ STRIKE AGAIN WITH FOUR RAIDS IN PAST WEEK

first_imgA gang stealing copper wire from telephone lines have struck four times in the past week.The gang stole an estimated 600 metres of valuable wire in raids on a number of places across the Fanad Peninsula including Tamney.And according to today’s Tirconaill Tribune newspaper, the gang are using improved methods to strip the wire out of the lines, leaving cheaper metal and rubber behind. The latest raids bring to ten the number of similar robberies in the area this year.It is estimated the copper is fetching an average of €10 per metre on the black market meaning their haul this week was worth more than €6,000.Tribune editor John McAteer says there is now a real sense of fear amongst the local community that people are being left isolated for periods of time after telephone wires are stolen.“There is poor mobile phone service in a lot of this area and once landlines are cut people are being left cut off. “There is a genuine fear there amongst people and I can completely understand that,” he said.   ‘COPPER GANG’ STRIKE AGAIN WITH FOUR RAIDS IN PAST WEEK was last modified: August 30th, 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) Tags:Fanadtelephone wireTHEFTSTirconaill Tribunelast_img read more

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Kings notes: Former King gets some measure of vengeance

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Laperriere remains largely beloved in Los Angeles for his gritty play but has moved on, helped in part by the Kings’ roster shakeup. “It’s a different team,” Laperriere said. “I still have some friends over there, but they’ve gone through so many changes that I only know a handful of guys.” But Laperriere’s feelings about the Kings weren’t all positive. Laperriere remains close with some of his former teammates, particularly Eric Belanger and Luc Robitaille, but doesn’t hold such fond memories of Sean Avery. “I’m not saying anything about that guy,” Laperriere said. “That’s just what he wants.” DENVER – Almost every time he skated past one end of the ice Wednesday morning, Colorado’s Ian Laperriere tapped the glass with his stick or smiled at some member of the Kings organization who was passing time watching the Avalanche’s morning skate. Laperriere, one of the most popular Kings over the previous eight-plus seasons, played his first regular-season game against his former team Wednesday and looked like a man bent on revenge. For a man who has never scored more than 13 goals in a season, Laperriere did a fair Mario Lemieux impersonation, as he scored his first two goals of the season and helped the Avalanche to a 4-1 lead in a game the Kings rallied to win 5-4. For a while, it looked as though it would be Laperriere’s night. He opened the scoring with a goal 9:18 into the first period and then, with 1:33 left in the period, scored again to give Colorado a 3-1 lead. center_img The players were never really close as teammates, to put it politely, and the situation became exacerbated when Avery made his now-famous comments about visor-wearing French-Canadian players. Letdown: It wasn’t just the frequency of Colorado’s goals that bothered the Kings on Wednesday, but how the goals were scored. The Kings entered the game having killed 24 consecutive opponents’ power plays, which had moved them up to sixth in the league in that category, but the Avalanche scored on their first two chances with the man advantage Wednesday, on goals by former King Rob Blake and Joe Sakic. No worries: Just three days after he suffered a groin strain, Robitaille played Wednesday. Robitaille hasn’t missed a game to injury since the 1999-2000 season. “We taped it and it feels pretty good,” Robitaille said. “It was not torn. I had a MRI (on Tuesday) and they found that it wasn’t torn, so that eased my mind a lot.” Robitaille had some added motivation. In attendance at the Pepsi Center were the Omaha Racers, the juniors team in the United States Hockey League that Robitaille owns with Mike Eruzione and Mario Lemieux, among others. The team visited the Kings’ dressing room after the game. Rich Hammond, (818) 713-3611 rich.hammond@dailynews.com 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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Women’s Basketball Visits Wichita State Sunday

first_imgWICHITA, Kan. – The Drake University women’s basketball team visits Wichita State on Sunday as the Bulldogs close their first Missouri Valley Conference road trip of the season. The contest is set for 2 p.m. and will be broadcast on The Valley On ESPN3. In its last game Friday, Drake (9-5, 2-1 MVC) won at Missouri State by a score of 82-75. Junior Lizzy Wendell (Blue Springs, Mo.) led the Bulldogs with 19 points, including 11 in the final two quarters, to go along with six rebounds and five assists. Sophomore Maddy Dean (Jordan, Minn.) just missed a double-double with 16 points and eight rebounds to go with three assists. Freshman Nicole Miller (Walker, Iowa) added 12 points and a pair of assists off the bench. The contest between the top two teams in the MVC’s preseason poll featured six lead changes and six ties. Drake, voted number two by the preseason voters, was able to hold off the favorites, Missouri State, with several big shots to answer several from the Lady Bears. The Bulldogs made their last seven shots in the game to hold on for their first win in Springfield, Mo. since Feb. 8, 2009. Wichita State (3-11, 0-3 MVC) is led in scoring by a pair of newcomers in Rangie Bessard (12.6) and TaQuandra Mike (11.6) while Bessard averages a team-leading 8.0 rebounds a game. Drake is seeking its first win in Wichita, Kan. since Feb. 6, 2009. Following Sunday’s game, Drake returns home to host Indiana State on Friday, Jan. 15 for a 7 p.m. game. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Men’s Tennis Continues Play at ITA Central Regional

first_imgExtra MatchesAndre Saleh (NEB) def. Barny Thorold (DU) 7-5, 7-6(5)Shunya Maruyama (NEB) def. Finley Hall (DU) 7-5, 6-1Hall (DU) def. Jake Fraunfelder (UMKC) 6-7(4), 6-2 (10-6)Reid Jarivs (DU) def. Hunter Harrison (ARK) 7/6(4), 6/3Chris Dean (NEB) def. Luka Jankovic (DU) 5-2David Nyman (DU) def. Corey Clarke (ARK) 1-6, 6-4(10-1)Nyman (DU) def. King (UMKC) 7-5, 7-5 Print Friendly Version Consolation singles matches will continue for the Bulldogs on Sunday. Several of Fragistas’ teammates played extra consolation singles matches led by freshman David Nyman who collected two victories Saturday. Box Score NORMAN, Okla. – Drake University men’s tennis newcomer Evan Fragistas upset Jackson Allen of Minnesota 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 in the round of 32 Saturday at the ITA Central Regional. Fragistas, who won his first two ITA matches to advance to Saturday, was then defeated by Stefano Tsorotiotis of Oklahoma 6-4, 4-6, 7-5 in a closely contested round of 16 match.center_img Round of 16Stefano Tsorotiotis (OU) def. Fragistas (DU) 6-4, 4-6, 7-5 ResultsRound of 32Evan Fragistas (DU) def. Jackson Allen (UM), 6-4, 3-6, 7-5last_img read more

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