TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Aalesund coach Lars Bohinen dreams of Nottingham Forest jobby Paul Vegas17 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveAalesund coach Lars Bohinen admits he covets the Nottingham Forest job.The former Norway midfielder played for Forest, Blackburn Rovers and Derby in England. But it is Forest where Bohinen would like to return.”That’s the dream, yes,” he told VG.”It would have been most fun if I had the opportunity with Nottingham Forest. But then I must probably have to do a little more to prove myself than training Norwegian teams between the two top divisions.”I have a lot of different experience, but I’ve only worked as a football coach for seven years, so I got late into the job I like best.”
OMAHA, NE – MARCH 23: The Syracuse Orange mascot “Otto the Orange” performs during the first half in the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Midwest Regional between the Duke Blue Devils and the Syracuse Orange at CenturyLink Center on March 23, 2018 in Omaha, Nebraska. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Eric Devendorf left Syracuse to pursue a pro career after the 2009 season, but he never quite gave up on his goal of graduating from college. Devendorf finished his degree this spring, and on Friday, he was able to present his mother with his SU diploma.Been waiting 2 do this for awhile now! Moms couldn’t be any happier which makes it even better @SyracuseU #diploma pic.twitter.com/CbuZdpx8zb— Eric Devendorf (@edeven23) August 14, 2015Devendorf isn’t the only memorable former Orange player to finish off his degree this year. Derrick Coleman surprised his mother with his diploma back in May. While some fans scoff at the notion of players leaving school early, both of these Orange greats prove that they can always go back and finish their education.
Larry Bird is expected to step down as president of the Indiana Pacers, the Indianapolis Star reported Tuesday.Team owner Herb Simon is scheduled to meet with Bird on Tuesday to plan Bird’s exit from the team, the Star reported. Last month, Bird told The Associated Press, he’d stay put as the Pacers team president for a few more years — if that’s what team owner Herb Simon wants.“I’d do it today if Herbie was here,” Bird said last month, drawing laughter. “We’ve got kids working out, we’ve got six free agents, we’ve got a lot going on right now. Obviously, I want to sit down with Herb as quickly as possible. I don’t like this (questions) at all. I’d like a three-year deal, but we have a handshake agreement. It’s hard coming in here and not having the answers.”
OSU junior linebacker Joshua Perry walks into the Buckeyes’ team hotel, the Hyatt Place Columbus on Yard Street, Aug. 7.Credit: Tim Moody / Lantern sports editorWhen the Ohio State football team moved into its hotel for the rest of fall camp, it was clear that the coaching staff had a plan in mind by pairing veterans with young players of the same position.Some of those veterans know exactly what to expect in camp, and have a clear set of rules for their room at the Hyatt Place Columbus on Yard Street.“Shut up, don’t snore, sleep when it’s time to sleep,” senior tight end Jeff Heuerman said outside the team hotel Thursday.While Heuerman and some other veterans know it will be important to get as much sleep as possible during the two-week grind heading into the season, noise level won’t be bothering all of them.“It’s not going to bother me,” junior linebacker Joshua Perry said. “I sleep like a rock.”The rule of the room certainly goes to the veteran player, but they aren’t paired with freshmen in order to intimidate.Senior cornerback Doran Grant said he is paired with freshman cornerback Marshon Lattimore at the hotel, but he said the pairing can help each of them get better for the season. He added it’s a chance to help the younger players get ready for their first go around as a Buckeye.“Just to help guide the freshmen…through camp,” Grant said. “When they get down, you know, pick them up, hug them up a little bit, show them that everything is good.”Grant, for one, said he didn’t try to enforce any power as a senior, even when it came to bed selection in the room.“I went up there and he (Lattimore) already called the window, he had his stuff on there, so it’s okay,” he said. “As long as we both get a bed, that’s good.”Junior offensive lineman Jacoby Boren said the same wasn’t the case when it comes to his pairing with freshman offensive lineman Kyle Trout, but added he wouldn’t have a set of rules for the room.“We don’t really have any rules,” Boren said. “I just took the bed closest to the window, so other than that we’re good.”At the end of the day, Heuerman, who is rooming with redshirt-freshman tight end Marcus Baugh, said the hotel is only a small portion of fall camp. He said when the players get back to the hotel after practice, they spend about half an hour awake before it’s lights out to get ready for another day.Heuerman also had a warning for the younger players, saying the first few days of camp didn’t touch on the “hard stuff.”“A lot of those younger guys, they don’t know what’s coming,” he said. “Two-a-days starts on Saturday I think. Once you move into the hotel it gets real.”Heuerman added that the players have to turn in their car keys during camp, and in years past had to turn in their cell phones during the day.Senior linebacker Curtis Grant said, once you move into the hotel, football takes over your entire life. He added it will be a difficult adjustment for any players going through their first fall camp.“It’s going to be a tough time in their life, because they’re stuck in the hotel, you can’t do anything,” Grant said. “By next week, everybody is going to hate their life because they can’t go anywhere.”Redshirt-sophomore safety Tyvis Powell said the time in the hotel can also be used to make sure the young players are prepared, and still preparing, to step on the field once the season starts. Powell is rooming with freshman safety Erick Smith, and said he’ll be making sure Smith knows his assignments inside and out.“I know yesterday he was struggling a little bit on some plays, so basically I’m just going to kind of quiz him, make sure he’s got the playbook,” Powell said.While fall camp is certainly a new experience for the younger players, there are still some veterans going through it from a different perspective.Senior offensive lineman Joel Hale is participating in his fourth fall camp as a Buckeye, but just his first on offense. Hale spent his first three seasons as a defensive lineman, where he saw extensive playing time last season. He said it was a risk to make the switch, and has to be ready to go everyday no matter what, even as a senior.“I mean, I’m fighting for my life right now, I’ve got to fight everyday and I’m a senior,” Hale said. “That’s hard.”After Thursday’s practice, the Buckeyes are scheduled to have 14 more days of camp. Two-a-day sessions are set for six of those days, with the last coming on Aug. 20 while camp is scheduled to end Aug. 23 –– their last day in the hotel.OSU’s season is scheduled to start Aug. 30 against Navy at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Kickoff is set for noon.
Ohio State’s Kyle Snyder wrestles Steven Holloway in the dual-meet against Iowa on Jan. 21 in the Schottenstein Center. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorEAST LANSING, Michigan — Ohio State senior Kyle Snyder won his third Big Ten championship in dramatic fashion, earning his spot back atop the wrestling world at heavyweight. It took a second sudden victory round between No. 2 seed Kyle Snyder and Michigan’s No. 1 seed Adam Coon. Snyder finally hits on a shot, grabbing Coon’s leg to drag the 6-foot-6, 285-pound wrestler to the ground. Snyder chased him to the edge of the mat before bringing him down again for the takedown and 4-2 win.The only scoring up until that point was a pair of escapes from both of them.The win will likely solidify Snyder’s No. 1 national ranking going into NCAAs. With the win, Snyder becomes the fourth wrestler in school history with three Big Ten championships, including his teammate Nathan Tomasello.It seems odd that a wrestler as accomplished as Snyder still feels there is much at stake with the result of a single match. But expectations are obviously adjusted for a top-ranked wrestler. The person who has proven the most over the course of his career, had the most to prove going into the finals. That summed up the atmosphere at the Breslin Center Sunday evening, and Snyder did what he came to East Lansing, Michigan, to prove.
Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets will reportedly sign a new and improved contract at the club before the end of this monthThe Spain international’s current deal at the Camp Nou will expire in June 2021.Busquets has a release clause set at €200m.Now Mundo Deportivo claims that the 30-year-old’s agent, Josep Maria Orobitg, has begun negotiations with Barcelona over a new contract.An announcement is expected to be made within the next few weeks.Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.Busquets will apparently get a new bumper pay rise as part of the package with the contract itself set to keep him at Barcelona until 2023.In addition to that, Busquets’ release clause will rise to a figure between €200 to €500m.Busquets rose through the youth ranks at Barcelona and has now made nearly 500 appearances in all competitions for the Catalan giants.Due to this, the midfielder will also receive a loyalty bonus for when he finally decides to leave Barcelona.Busquets is currently with the Spanish national team for former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique’s first game in charge against England in Saturday’s UEFA Nations League clash.
Torino director Gianluca Petrachi lashed out at Roberto Mancini’s comments about coaches using foreign talent, suggesting “His Inter had no Italians.”Mancini is ready to make the first bow as Italian Coach against Poland in the UEFA Nations League.The former City boss bemoaned the lack of homegrown talents in most Serie A clubs, with coaches sticking with foreign talents.“He should’ve thought about that earlier, seeing as his Inter had no Italians at all,” pointed out Torino director of sports Petrachi on RMC Sport.“We should remember what happened in the past. The Italian system is broken down, there need to be rules made and above all respected.Serie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“It got worse and worse over the years, now there are too many politicians in charge of Calcio and not enough who know about football. If you don’t make sure the rules are respected, our sport will not have a bright future.”The Italian Football Federation wants to promote homegrown talent by launching B-Teams that can play in the third division despite the opposition it’s receiving from the Lega Pro/Serie C officials.“I am not convinced by this idea either. It needs to be planned out well to ensure players grow in other competitive leagues.“Right now, Lega Pro clubs are disappearing because nobody is helping them, instead, we are handing spots to clubs who already earn a lot of money.”
Related Items:carpha, Chikungunya, ZIka Turks and Caicos Premier says nation ‘elated’ over removal from Zika list; praises CARPHA and CARICOM CDC supports CARPHA in Zika PR Campaign materials to region No Zika reports for TCI Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 21 Dec 2015 – An official warning comes now from the Ministry of Health and Human services as the Zika virus gains notoriety in the region. Ministry officials say CARPHA has confirmed five cases in the Caribbean, including in the Dominican Republic but the Turks and Caicos remains and is Zika-free. In a media release it is advised that we all do all that we can to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes as Chikungunya and Dengue are both still sporadically occurring; the same Aedes aegypti mosquito is responsible for spreading this new threat to health. It was explained that the Environmental Health Department has beefed up fogging and residents are encouraged to contact EHD if there are large areas of water in need of anti-mosquito treatment. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The ACLU of Alaska, and an independent expenditure group Dunleavy for Alaska have filed a joint suit against the State of Alaska’s enforcement against political signs near roadways. According to multiple media reports quoting DOT officials, this was part of a planned “sweep” of signs near roadways. The lawsuit states that photo evidence clearly shows this sweep specifically targeted political signs while leaving adjacent non-political signs untouched. Representatives with DOT have not commented on the pending lawsuit. In a release from the ACLU, on July 10, the Alaska Department of Transportation (DOT) sent a notice to Dunleavy for Alaska threatening financial and criminal sanctions for posting political signs within the view of certain roadways. The lawsuit follows a state Department of Transportation decision to enforce or remove hundreds of campaign signs prior to this week’s primary that were deemed in violation of the state law. The law calls for a $50 fine for each violation. The suit seeks to immediatly block enforcement of a state statute barring political signs near roadways and asking for those rules to be ‘struck down’ as unconstitutional. Alaska Statute 19.25.105 prohibits “outdoor advertising” on or within 660 feet of state rights-of-way for interstate, primary, and secondary highways within Alaska.