Jose Mourinho explains why it’s easier for Man Utd to play against the better teams in the Premier League after Spurs lose 2-1 at Old Trafford “There are coaches from NBA, Formula 1, tennis, NFL, rugby. But the Amazon guys, they cannot know.”Amazon will be delighted with their investment after controversial Mourinho took over from Mauricio Pochettino in a dramatic season.The first full campaign in Spurs’ new home has been hit with a series of crises on and off the field and should make for good TV. MANCHESTER UNITED refused to allow Amazon to film Jose Mourinho in the Old Trafford dressing room.The Portuguese suffered a 2-1 defeat as he returned to his former stomping ground thanks to Marcus Rashford’s double.1 Jose Mourinho is being followed around by Amazon cameras this seasonCredit: Getty Images – GettyAnd United prevented Amazon from capturing behind-the-scenes footage for a documentary they are producing on Tottenham’s season.Spurs chief Daniel Levy secured a £10m deal to allow Amazon’s cameras access to the stadium, training ground and behind-the-scenes areas.But they hit a stumbling block when Old Trafford chiefs became the first to stop the streaming giant from filming in the away dressing room.Mourinho is also starring in a Netflix documentary about coaching and has joked they should keep quiet about it as their rivals produce their own show.He confirmed: “I’m doing an episode for Netflix, it’s true. Eight coaches of eight different sports.”I’ve filmed it already, I don’t know when it comes out. My part is done.
Photo: NRL Photos.Broncos five-eighth Anthony Milford. Credit: Nathan Hopkins. NSW’s Mitchell Pearce and Queensland duo Anthony Milford and Justin O’Neill and are all considered extremely unlikely to play due to concussions, while Blues hooker Nathan Peats is struggling to overcome a cork.Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy has also indicated Cameron Smith could be rested for Friday night’s clash with Newcastle.The injuries mean the Sydney Roosters and Brisbane will be robbed of their most-attacking halves in Pearce and Milford for Saturday night’s blockbuster at Allianz Stadium.Broncos coach Wayne Bennett will also monitor the workloads of his club’s veteran forwards at training on Friday before making a call on whether to make Josh McGuire, Matt Gillett and Sam Thaiday available for the game.The Roosters also had their players undergo a medical on Thursday afternoon, with prop Dylan Napa carrying a leg injury.It’s understood Pearce is keen to play, but will have to pass significant testing to be declared fit after being knocked out by a Will Chambers high shot in NSW’s 28-4 win.Meanwhile, North Queensland centre O’Neill is understood to be suffering the after effects of being hurt in a Jarryd Hayne tackle late in the game.He went off for a head injury assessment and is a near certainty to miss the Cowboys’ game against the Gold Coast.Peats is doing all he can to play in that fixture for the Titans after suffering a severe leg cork, but is also considered highly unlikely to play.Elsewhere, Canterbury are confident all three of their Origin players will be fit to take on Penrith on Sunday, while St George Illawarra and Wests Tigers have no concerns over their representative duos before Saturday’s clash.Manly will wait until Saturday before they know whether Nate Myles will recover from an elbow injury to face Canberra, while both Jake Trbojevic and the Raiders’ Josh Papalii are certain to play on Sunday.The Warriors have confirmed Jacob Lillyman has no concerns to take on Parramatta at ANZ Stadium on Friday night.
“Once I purchase I don’t calculate if I purchase for First or Second. I calculate what I purchase. For instance, if as we speak I needed to promote to Darwin I might promote it for 12 or 15. And he hasn’t even performed a sport but. He has not debuted right here however he has already made his first name with the Uruguayan nationwide crew, which has Stuani, Suarez, Cavani … Do you perceive? He educated with them and was capable of take part. Solely with that you just double its worth, “defined the rojiblanco CEO, Mohamed El Assy, in September in ‘El País’, the place he additionally spoke of Appiah.” United would have killed to purchase Appiah for a similar worth (…). If issues go usually, we’ll promote it to a membership half the Premier desk in two years for about 30 million (…). With Ante Coric the identical factor occurs. However he is on mortgage: we’ll solely pay six million to Roma for him if we execute the acquisition possibility in 2020, “mentioned the Egyptian. Nonetheless, there was no pandemic within the plans that might disrupt the soccer financial system. On this sense, the proprietor of Almería has already acknowledged that the state of affairs will change, which signifies that sure gross sales that had been deliberate are usually not carried out. “The world of soccer is going to be very totally different after the coronavirus. Many golf equipment on the planet will endure and participant costs will lower. The nationals will lower and the earnings of the stadiums may also be affected and tv. We face a brand new world of soccer. It would take us a few years to return to the identical scenario of soccer in 2019, sadly, “the sheik wrote on his social networks. Thus, the entity from Almería is not going to get the identical income from footballers like Darwin or Appiah (the primary bets) after the event of the coronavirus.It is not the one unexpected occasion that the brand new property has been discovered. This one had thought to develop the primary half of the Sports activities Metropolis in 90 days. Actually, on the finish of September the entity in Almería itself said that the primary section can be completed in April. The actuality is that in mid-Might the primary stone is not but laid, as a result of the tempo set by the consistory for the switch of land is not what Turki Al-Sheikh would have appreciated, who is going to see how the season ends with out having the required area for the Academy, traditionally distributed by the totally different fields of Almería. Upon his arrival in Almería 9 months in the past, Turki Al-Sheikh and Mohamed El Assy had been clear about their intentions: to advance to the First Division and search to enter the European competitors within the medium time period, enhance infrastructure and provides significance to the social airplane as nicely. Within the sporting side, the present pandemic will affect the sheik’s mission, though it might appear in any other case. Not surprisingly, one of the objectives of the Saudi property is to purchase footballers who contribute after which develop with the income they depart, promoting them for a a lot greater worth.
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The Coyotes were second in the CCAA to the Lumberjacks and settled for the No. 2 seed in the eight-team tournament, meaning they had to make the 800-mile trek to Northern California. They also lost at Humboldt in February. But the Coyotes, ranked No. 8 nationally, were unfazed by the raucous crowd of 1,400 at old, antiquated East Gym. They started strong out of the gate and led 46-39 at the intermission. The lead changed hands five times with Humboldt’s last lead being 35-34 with 4:49 left in the half. The Coyotes led by 12 twice in the second half, the last time coming at 59-47 on bucket by Marlon Pierce off a Lumberjack turnover with 12:30 to go. But the Lumberjacks went on an 11-0 run, getting within 59-58 on a pair of free throws by CCAA Player of the Year Kevin Johnson. The contest was tied at 61 with 4:40 left and at 66 with 1:42 remaining after Miller graduate Jeremiah Ward sank two free throws. That set the stage for the dramatics at the end. The Coyotes’ Ivan Johnson, who made a 3-pointer that put Cal State up 64-61 with 4:29 left, missed a go-ahead 3-pointer and Ward grabbed the rebound. Redemption couldn’t have come at a better time for the Cal State San Bernardino men’s basketball team. The Coyotes got a fallaway jumper from senior Yoseph Yaisrael with eight seconds left to upset host Humboldt State 68-66 Monday in the Division II West Region championship game. The win sends the Coyotes to the Elite Eight for the third time since 1999. They open play March 21 in Springfield, Mass. against the winner of tonight’s South Atlantic final between Virginia Union and Wingate (N.C.). It was the 11th straight win for the Coyotes (25-5) but was still unexpected. The top-seeded Lumberjacks (26-4) had won 18 in a row and were ranked No. 4 nationally. They were 16-0 on their home floor this season and 92-2 during the past five years. The Lumberjacks failed to capitalize. Devin Peal turned the ball over with 43 seconds to go, allowing Yaisrael’s game-winning shot. Humboldt had one final shot, but Will Sheufelt missed a 3-pointer with two seconds left and teammate Grayson Moyer couldn’t put back the rebound in time. Ivan Johnson led the Coyotes with 18 points, six rebounds and three steals while Prentice Harris added 13 points, all of them in the first half. Humboldt was led by Moyer’s 21 points. Ward rounded out his career with 16. The Coyotes will take a 10 a.m. charter out of Arcata and into Ontario this morning. Then they will begin preparing for the Elite Eight. Cal State has not won a national tournament game, losing quarterfinals to Florida Southern in 1999 and eventual champion Metro State in 2002. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Danny Murphy has warned Liverpool’s owners appointing Jurgen Klopp as the club’s new manager would be a ‘big, big risk’ – and has urged them to go for Carlo Ancelotti.Klopp is understood to be the number one choice to take charge at Anfield following the sacking of Brendan Rodgers.The charismatic German would be a popular choice among the Reds faithful having twice won the Bundesliga during an impressive seven-year spell at Borussia Dortmund.But Murphy has doubts about the impact he would have in the Premier League and believes the Fenway Sports Group – the American investment firm that runs the club – should opt for the experience of Ancelotti.The Italian, who left Real Madrid in the summer, led Chelsea to title glory during his previous Premier League spell and has three Champions League successes on a glittering CV.Speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, Murphy said: “Reading the CVs and what they have done and where they have done it and how many times they have done it, it is a no-brainer really.“You can’t guarantee success with either guy because you are competing with Manchester City, United, Chelsea and Arsenal. There is no guarantee that any manager will walk through the door at Anfield, turn it around and make it successful. But what you can do is take the element of risk out of it by looking at a manager that has been there and done it.“Ancelotti has done it as a player, he has done it as a coach, and he has done it in different countries. And, ultimately, he has done it here already with Chelsea. He has won the league here, he has won the [FA] Cup here, so he knows this league. That in itself gives him a headstart on Klopp.“He is not as erratic, he is much calmer, he has dealt with big players for years. Klopp has only had success with one club and for a minimal time and, if you look at how it ended at Dortmund, they were in the relegation zone and he couldn’t get a tune out of his players.”
A COURIER has been ordered to pay €177,000 to Revenue in the latest Tax Defaulters List released today.Aidan Caddye, from Kilmacrennan, had underpaid a range of taxes totalling almost €120,000 and was given more than €50,000 in penalties and fines.It was the biggest settlement in this round of announcements. The full list of Donegal people on the quarterly report is below:CADDYE, AIDANMASSREAGH, KILMACRENNAN,CO. DONEGAL. COURIERTax:€118,917.00Interest:€22,950.00Penalties €35,675.00Total amount paid: €177,542.00 Underdeclaration of Income Tax, VAT & PAYE/PRSI. Revenue Audit Case.************BIO BUBBLE (IRELAND) LTD.DRUMANY, SLIGO ROAD, LETTERKENNY, CO. DONEGAL.SEPTIC TANK MANUFACTURERSTax: €35,848.70Interest: €14,047.58Penalties: €10,754.61Total amount paid: €60,650.89Underdeclaration of Corporation Tax & PAYE/PRSI. Revenue Audit****************MCFADDEN, GERARDUISCEVILLE, BALLYBEGLY,CO. DONEGAL.COMPANY DIRECTORTax: €29,631.00Interest: €7,498.00Penalties: €8,889.00Total amount paid: €46,018.00Underdeclaration of Income Tax. Revenue Audit Case.**************MCGUINNESS, ANTHONY15 STRAND VIEW, ROSSNOWLAGH,CO. DONEGAL.BUILDERTax: €47,385.00Interest: €19,853.00Penalties: €28,697.00Total Amount Paid: €95,935.00Underdeclaration of Income Tax & Capital Gains Tax. Revenue Audit Case.**************ROBB, TREVOR87 LAWNSDALE, BALLYBOFEY,CO. DONEGAL.ARIEL ERECTORTax: €26,432.36Interest: €4,201.84Penalties: €7,929.71Total Amount Paid: €38,563.91Underdeclaration of Income Tax. Revenue Audit Case.****************SHIELS, DECLAN2 CLACHAN MOR,WINDYHALL, LETTERKENNY,CO. DONEGAL.COLLECTION AGENTTax: €45,544.00Interest: €21,357.00Penalties: €13,663.00Total paid: €80,564.00Underdeclaration of Income Tax. Revenue Audit Case.TAX DEFAULTING COURIER ORDERED TO DELIVER €177K TO REVENUE was last modified: December 11th, 2013 by John2Share 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:Revenuetax defaulters list
Real Madrid will head to Cardiff on June 3 1 Karim Benzema’s brilliance booked Real Madrid a place back in the UEFA Champions League final after the holders survived an early scare to see off city rivals Atletico 2-1 at the Vicente Calderon.Early goals from Saul and Antoine Griezmann gave Diego Simeone’s men realistic hope of hauling back a 3-0 first-leg deficit before a goal from Isco late in the first half effectively ended the contest.And it was Frenchman Benzema who shone brightest as Real ultimately cruised to a 4-2 aggregate win, setting up Isco’s effort and having a major impact on a much more consistent second-half showing from his side.The hosts had been indebted to goalkeeper Jan Oblak for keeping their slim hopes alive in the early stages when the Czech made a brilliant one-handed save to deny Casemiro.But Simeone’s men would capitalise on their lucky escape and pulled their first goal back after 12 minutes when Saul rose highest in the box to power home from a Koke corner.The goal raised hopes of a sensational comeback and they were further realised four minutes later when Atletico reduced their aggregate deficit to a single goal.Sweeping irresistibly forward, Fernando Torres was fouled by Raphael Varane in the box and Griezmann calmly slotted the resulting penalty past Real goalkeeper Keylor Navas.Simeone’s intentions were clear on the sidelines as he urged his team and supporters on, but Real drew on all of their Champions League experience to weather the storm and limit the damage from the early spell of pressure.And the visitors grabbed what would prove to be a crucial goal three minutes before the break when Isco fired home after a moment of magic from Benzema tight on the left flank.Benzema wriggled out of a seemingly impossible situation surrounded by three Atletico defenders and crossed for Toni Kroos, whose initial effort was blocked by Oblak before Isco shot home the rebound.The goal took the sting out of Atletico who, from the cusp of an improbable leveller, suddenly found themselves needing to score five times on the night to give themselves a chance to advance.Real started the second period on top, with Ronaldo’s free-kick from a tight angle well saved by Oblak, but Atletico were in no mood to give up as Griezmann looped a free-kick just over the crossbar.Kevin Gameiro also should have done better on the end of a swift Atletico counter-attack but Cristiano Ronaldo in particular was growing in prominence and was unlucky to have a 69th-minute effort incorrectly ruled out for offside.Griezmann forced a fine save out of Navas while the brilliant Benzema saw a diving header flash inches wide as the rain poured down and Real played out the final quarter of an hour to ease into a final place.
Watford are one of three clubs vying for the signature of Juventus goalkeeper Neto, according to Italian reports.The Brazilian joined Juventus in the summer of 2015, but has been unable to dislodge Gianluigi Buffon as the club’s first choice goalkeeper and it seems he could be on his way out this summer.Juve are reportedly close to agreeing a deal for Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny, which would almost certainly force Neto out of the exit door.However, despite not being a regular in Turin, the 27-year-old is not short of admirers with Watford, Valencia and Napoli all interested, according to Tuttosport.The Italian champions are holding out for at least £8m for their back-up keeper, who has a contract until 2019. Juventus goalkeeper Neto is attracting attention 1
Harry Kane was the saviour for Spurs again 1 Domestically, meanwhile, Mauricio Pochettino as overseen the club’s best start to a Premier League campaign in the club’s history, despite the side not yet reaching their top form.And while many have criticised Tottenham’s drop in performance levels as a sign that they still have a long way to go to be able to compete for top honours, Seaman believes the opposite.“No, they’re not miles away at all,” said the former Arsenal goalkeeper on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“They’re getting closer every season, for me.“A lot of people are going on about how they’re not playing very well, but this is their best start to a Premier League season and they’ve still got a chance in the Champions League, although a very small chance.“They are always progressing and they keep their players and get their best players to sign new, long- term contracts.“For me, Tottenham are really progressing.” Arsenal legend David Seaman has told talkSPORT bitter rivals Tottenham are getting stronger every year and are ‘not miles away’ from winning big trophies.Spurs kept their Champions League hopes alive on Tuesday night as a Harry Kane brace sealed a 2-1 comeback victory over PSV at Wembley. #THFC’s remaining CL games:Inter Milan (H)Barcelona (A)Do you think Spurs will reach the knock-out stages of the Champions League? 🤔🗣️ @TheDavidSeaman says it will be “really tough” but can be done… pic.twitter.com/ODIZ5G5jBy— The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast (@SportsBreakfast) November 7, 2018