Former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has hailed the creative players at this summer’s World Cup. “I explain. I am happy to have been able to find players who cannot always express themselves freely and are loved when at the top of their artistic performance. To watch when I was a child. You know, those who were observed caress the ball delicately. With them, it seems that everything is always easy, even impossible. “We saw that the players who stood out the most were not those who, as before, only made differences with scoring. Of course, a Messi or a Neymar are also extraordinary finishers. Read Also:Yaya Toure nears Botafogo move “But those that I appreciated during this World Cup are Hazard, Modric, De Bruyne, Golovin and Coutinho, they often used their silk technique for collective purposes.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldA Runner Uses Strava App To Create Amazing Pieces Of Running ArtThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniversePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value Loading… The Ivorian wrote for France Football about how much he was impressed by the quality of the attackers in Russia. Toure opined: “This World Cup has been a true change of image for me.Advertisement
EL PASO, Texas – MSD returns to the national decal program for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, in its 13th season as a marketing partner with the sanctioning body.The El Paso, Texas, manufacturer and distributor became part of that program in 2015 and again gives $100 product certificates to top 10 drivers in final standings for the Northern and Southern regions.Purchased last September by the Holley family of companies, MSD also continues a contingency awards program benefitting five divisions and the Deery Brothers Summer Series.“IMCA racers are key to MSD’s continued growth and MSD believes in investing in IMCA. We do this by rewarding these racers who work all week to race on the weekend with a lucrative contingency program,” said MSD President Russell Stephens. “The Holley/MSD family of products are present on nearly every IMCA race car and the contingency program is a way for us to say thank you to the racers. Good luck all the IMCA racers as they kick off the 2016 race season.”Top eligible drivers in each of the five Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified regions receive 6AL ignition control boxes and Blaster HVC coils; the runner-up gets a control box while third and fourth place drivers get universal spark plug wire sets and the fifth place driver receives a Blaster HVC coil.The top drivers in each Stock Car regions get Ultimate HEI kits and a universal spark plug wire set. Runners-up receive a HEI module and the third place finishers get universal spark plug wire sets.An 8728 Soft Touch rev control goes to the top eligible driver in the national Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMods standings. Universal spark plug wire sets go to second and third place drivers in both divisions.The top three eligible drivers in national point standings for IMCA Late Models and in Deery Series standings receive a digital 6AL ignition control box, spark plug wire set and Blaster HVC coil, and universal plug wire set, respectively.Awards will be presented during the national banquet in November or mailed from the IMCA home office beginning in December.Drivers in all five divisions must compete with MSD products and display two MSD decals on their race car.Modified, Stock Car and SportMod drivers must complete and send sign-up forms to the IMCA home office by Aug. 1. Decal placement is also required for Stock Car drivers to be eligible for national and regional point fund shares.Information about MSD products is available by calling 915 855-7123 and at the www.msdperformance.com website.“MSD continues to lead the way in ignition products and accessories and despite the shift in leadership, they remain true in their support of IMCA racing in 2016,” said IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “Our members will receive the same great parts and service they have come to expect with the MSD product line.”
Anna Lou Bowers, 87, of Lexington, Tennessee, formerly of Milan, Indiana, passed away Saturday June 22, 2019 in Lexington, Tennessee.She was born April 4, 1932 in Decatur County, IN, daughter of the late Martin Kessler and Alma (Walton) Kessler.Anna was an owner/operator for Annabelle’s Treasures Flower Shop. She drove a school bus for Milan schools for 12 years and had a newspaper route for the Enquirer for several years. Anna rehabbed and sold several houses and refinished furniture. She loved to hike and travel.Anna is survived by her children, John E. Bowers of Boise, Idaho, Pamela Cook of Lexington, TN, Patricia Milburn of Lexington, TN. and step daughter, Carol Ann Morton of Brookville, IN; sisters, Ella Ruth Tunny of Napoleon, IN, Linda Jo Kessler of Westport, IN; 8 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren and 2 great, great grandchildren.She was preceded in death by parents; husband, Charles M. Bowers, step-son, Andrew Bowers, grandaughter, Michelle Skinner.Friends will be received Saturday, July 20, 2019, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm at the Hope Baptist Church, 15593 US 50, Dillsboro, Indiana.Services will be held at the church at 2:00 pm with Pastor Tom Holt officiating.Interment will follow in the Forest Hill Cemetery, Moores Hill, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the Hope Baptist Church. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Mary Ellen (Hayes) Ashley was born June 5, 1925, in Cincinnati, Ohio, the daughter of Chester and Manola Welcome Hayes. Mary was wed to the late John H. Ashley, Sr., on June 16, 1945. Mary will be remembered by many as the head cook for the Brookville schools from the early 1960’s until the 1990’s. She enjoyed her many hours preparing meals from scratch for thousands of students. She also donated her time and talents to the town of Brookville, cooking for many church and community suppers. In her spare time, Mary enjoyed playing her Wurlitzer organ, singing with her family, and spoiling her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. One of Mary’s greatest pleasures was sharing stories of her time growing up through the 1920’s and 30’s. Her most memorable story was of her employment at the Wright Aeronautical Company in Cincinnati, where she assisted in the testing of engines for the Boeing B-17 and B-19 bombers during World War II. She was truly a real life Rosie the Riveter and proud of it. Mary peacefully joined her departed loved ones on Thursday, December 19, 2019.Mary is survived by her children, John H. (Emma) Ashley, Jr., and Connie J. Lang; grandchildren, Denise (Brad) Stacy, Kim (Clark Sherwood) Lang, Tereasa Lang, Rick (Melissa) Lang, Tara (Dan) Ball, and James (Christina) Ashley; 15 great-grandchildren; and 1 great-great-grandson. Mary is also survived by her sisters, Marjorie Braswell and Joann (Bob) Dews. Mary was preceded in death by her husband, John; three sisters; five brothers; and son-in-law; David Chaddon.Per Mary’s wishes, a private service will be held by the family at a later date. Memorial donations may be directed to the Brookville United Methodist Church.
Batesville, IN—Ivy Tech Community College in Lawrenceburg and Batesville has been here to serve the community for many years and although the world has been unexpectedly impacted by COVID-19, its commitment to serving students is stronger than ever.Ivy Tech’s virtual courses are designed to provide students with the same support they receive in the classroom. Unlike other online programs where students never speak with their instructor, Ivy Tech’s virtual courses each have an assigned instructor to ensure each student gets the help they need. Additionally, free virtual tutoring services and student success coaching are available to every Ivy Tech student.Students interested in learning more about virtual classes can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg is currently accepting virtual appointments to answer questions about virtual classes and the upcoming summer term that starts on June 8th. For the most updated information regarding Ivy Tech’s Lawrenceburg and Batesville locations, you can follow them on either Facebook at @ivytechlawrencburg or Twitter at @ivylburgbville.
Gov. Ron DeSantis has announced that a third person with a presumptive case of coronavirus is now under isolation in Florida.On Tuesday, the governor said that a California woman has tested positive for the virus in a state lab in Florida.The woman’s sister is also infected. Gov. DeSantis said both women recently returned from traveling to northern Italy, which doctors said is a hot zone for the virus.“She’s a resident of California, so technically won’t count as a case in Florida, but she is being isolated in Florida,” said Gov. DeSantis about the new patient. “And so it will count on the CDC’s statistics as a California positive, but she is currently in Florida under self isolation.”The California woman’s sister resides in the Hillsborough County where she lives with a roommate. Officials say the roommate will be tested and monitored.“There is a roommate, in addition to the sister, who is in isolation, has not been symptomatic yet, but obviously that’s something to monitor,” Gov. DeSantis said.The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still has to confirm the coronavirus diagnosis in the California woman. Until that happens, it will be considered a presumptive case.
JAMAICA stands to benefit economically from its historic hosting of two CONCACAF Gold Cup matches on Monday, June 17.That was the assessment of CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani on Tuesday, shortly after he announced at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in Kingston that for the first time in 15 tournaments, a Caribbean country will host matches in the Caribbean.Two Group C matches, featuring two-time finalists Jamaica, Honduras and two other teams that will become known during the Gold Cup draw on April 10 in Los Angeles, will be played inside Kingston’s National Stadium.Moreover, beyond making history, the land of the Reggae Boyz will enjoy other benefits as well.“Well, first you’re going to have a lot of eyeballs on the matches from all over the world, not just a confederation audience but also an international audience. You’re going to have fans coming in, obviously the teams and their delegations coming and then you have VIPs,” he said.“I don’t have the exact number, but the economic impact to the region, to the city, to the country is quite significant because they will be here for three days, four days leading up to the match and so it’s not just the matches, there are training sessions, media sessions, so the impact is quite significant.”He said the idea to award Jamaica the matches is also in keeping with the mandate to reward the growth of the sport in the region, plus the country’s burgeoning reputation as a football power.“The first decision as soon as I became CONCACAF president was I felt we had the quality in the region to increase it (the Gold Cup) from 12 to 16 teams.“I saw some of the results. I saw some of the results from the last Gold Cup by some of the debutants, Curacao being one of them. And now what has happened in the Nations League, we saw some of the teams that qualified for the Gold Cup for the first time, like Bermuda, my intimation of that was correct,” Montagliani said.“The second was I always thought the way to increase the level not just on the field but off the field was to bring events.“Events that build capacity are the bigger events. That is where you get the attention of governments, of commercial partners, the corporate sector and so I thought it was important to bring the Gold Cup to the Caribbean. It’s never been done before. We know Jamaica’s long history, not only in the region but in the world. It was just a natural fit to bring the Gold Cup to Jamaica.”
Published on February 19, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Ryne: email@example.com Miles Thompson had nowhere to go. The Albany attack was helpless as he tried to break free from Brian Megill, who met him with shove after shove in the back.Finally, Thompson crumbled under the constant pressure, flipping the ball high in the air across the field with no recipient in sight before getting knocked to the ground by Megill.And as the ball rolled off the right sideline, the Syracuse defender motioned down the field with his right hand to signal the Orange would take possession with a chance to add to its six-goal lead.‘I thought Megill did a great job on Miles and really kind of tied him up a little bit,’ Albany head coach Scott Marr said. ‘Miles is our quarterback, and so we see seven goals. If Miles has a day, maybe we’re at 10 or 11 goals, and it’s a different story.’A dominant performance by the Syracuse defense helped carry the No. 7 Orange to a 12-7 victory over Albany in the Carrier Dome. The unit held Albany scoreless in the second and third quarters to build an insurmountable eight-goal lead heading into the final 15 minutes. The Orange kept its opponent off the scoreboard for a 40-minute span that stretched across all four quarters.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLed by Megill, who forced five turnovers and blanketed Albany’s top playmaker, the defense buckled down and limited the Great Danes’ opportunities after they jumped out to a 2-0 lead nearly eight minutes into the game.With SU in a man-down situation after two illegal body check penalties, Albany capitalized for two goals in eight seconds. Albany was playing with confidence and thinking upset.But SU didn’t panic and goaltender Matt Lerman gathered the defense for a quick talk.‘I have a great defense in front of me,’ Lerman said. ‘We went down a couple men early, and Albany got their first quick one, and I just looked at Brian and brought everyone in and I told them to keep playing some good, solid defense and stay out of the penalty box, and I’ll have their back.’Lerman and the defense kept Albany off the board for the final seven minutes of the opening quarter. Then the Orange offense started to click and evened the score at 2-2 heading into the second quarter.That’s when the Syracuse defense ratcheted up the pressure even more. After firing off 12 shots in the first period, the Great Danes managed just four in the next 15 minutes.Marr pinpointed his team’s lack of execution on offense in the second quarter as the difference in the game. The Great Danes continuously failed to get quality scoring chances.Meanwhile, Syracuse’s offense registered six goals in the period to make up for the slow start.‘They score a quick two on you, you think they’re going to try and get more,’ SU attack Tommy Palasek said, ‘but they held on down there and gave us the chance to score goals.’After halftime, with a six-goal lead, Syracuse continued its brilliant performance on defense. Megill harassed Thompson into his frustrating turnover early.And then the SU defender prevented a golden opportunity for Albany on its next possession.Megill poked the ball away as Albany moved toward the net with what would have been a one-on-one with goaltender Dominic Lamolinara. The SU defender then scooped up the loose ball and cleared it, keeping the Great Danes from getting a shot from in close.‘I thought our matchups were pretty good and the game plan going in,’ SU head coach John Desko said. ‘We really didn’t want to let those guys get too close to the goal because they are such good finishers.’By the time Albany finally scored its third goal about four minutes into the fourth quarter, the once animated Great Danes’ sideline was emotionless aside from a few coaches clapping.Marr and the Great Danes knew the game was already over. The scoreless second quarter was too much to overcome.And Marr could only wonder how the story would have been different if the Syracuse defense hadn’t stifled his team in that decisive period.‘We just executed poorly, especially on the offensive end,’ Marr said. ‘And I think if we had done a better job of that in the second quarter, the game wouldn’t have gotten out of hand.‘We would have been in it at halftime, and it would have been a different game.’firstname.lastname@example.org Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Páirc Uí Rinn has been selected as the venue for the Munster Club Senior Football Championship final between Doctor Crokes and Nemo Rangers.A coin toss has decided the defending All Ireland Champions will travel to Leeside for the Provincial decider on November 26th. A former All Ireland winning captain with Tipperary has questioned the direction the GAA is going.Holycross – Ballycahill native Declan Carr was speaking in the wake of the changes brought in to the inter-county structure.He told Tipp FM Sport Editor Stephen Gleeson that it will have a major impact on the club scene in the Premier County: Photo © Tipp FM
Brazil superstar Neymar earns just over three million euros a month at Paris Saint-Germain, according to German magazine Der Spiegel.The magazine, using Football Leaks as a source, claims the 25-year-old Neymar, who cost PSG â‚¬222 million from Barcelona, earns â‚¬36.8 million per year â€“ a monthly salary of exactly â‚¬3Â 069Â 520.The Spiegel claims Neymar earned â‚¬54 million at Barcelona last season, â‚¬8.5 million more than Lionel Messi, considered one of the world’s best â€“ and highest paid â€“ players alongside Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram