CRYSTAL PALACE VS SOUTHAMPTONSouthampton have every reason to be confident having beaten Crystal Palace in their last SEVEN league clashes; Palace last won against Southampton in December 2008 at Selhurst Park, in the Championship. But in 12 previous clashes between the Eagles and the Saints in the Premier League at home and away, Palace have never won, losing eight and drawing the other four.NORWICH CITY VS EVERTONIn their last six league games Norwich have scored three goals, while they have conceded 27, the most in the Barclays Premier League. Norwich have kept just one clean sheet all season; only bottom-placed Aston Villa have the same number of clean sheets. And away Everton have scored 11 goals; only Leicester (18), Arsenal (16) and West Ham (13) have scored more away from home.SUNDERLAND VSWATFORDSunderland have won their last four home league games against Watford, whose last victory there came more than 21 years ago, in November 1994. They have scored only nine home goals but they have conceded only eight. This is only the third time these teams will have met in the Premier League; on the last occasions, in the 1999-2000 season Sunderland won both at home and away.WEST HAM VSSTOKE CITYWest Ham have won just two home games in what is their last season at the Boleyn Ground before next season’s move to the Olympic Stadium. Stoke arrive having won three of their last four league games, including last Saturday’s impressive 2-0 win over Manchester City that knocked them off the top of the table. The Potters have managed just six away goals this season – only West Bromwich Albion (4) and Newcastle (3) have found the net fewer times on their travels.LIVERPOOL VSWEST BROMLiverpool return to Anfield where they have scored just eight goals. Only Watford (6), Stoke (7) and Aston Villa (5) have fewer home goals in the Premier League. However, the Reds have conceded only nine at home. In 10 league visits to Anfield, Albion have lost eight and won two, most recently in February 2013 – their last win over Liverpool home or away.TOTTENHAM VSNEWCASTLETottenham are now unbeaten in 14 successive Barclays Premier League, winning six and drawing eight to record their best run in the top flight since March 1985 (when they were also unbeaten in 14 First Division matches). Spurs have 14 home goals; only Manchester City (23) and Everton (16) have more.
Paul Konchesky had QPR’s best chance of a first half they dominated.Konchesky burst into the box and collected Tjaronn Chery’s well-timed pass but his weak shot beyond keeper David Martin was cleared off the line by Kyle McFadzean.Martin had earlier kept out efforts from Chery and Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, before Karl Henry – restored to the Rangers side in the absence of the injured Sandro – was just unable to connect with Matt Phillips’ low cross.QPR: Green; Onuoha, Hall, Hill, Konchesky; Henry, Tozser; Phillips, Luongo, Chery; Emmanuel-Thomas.Subs: Smithies, Perch, Doughty, Fer, Hoilett, Faurlin, Polter.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Manuel was apologetic for his spat with LA Tenorio at the 1:25 mark of the third quarter.Receiving a pass from Calvin Abueva down low, the 6-foot-4 bruiser went for an undergoal stab but lost his balance when the Ginebra guard tried to stop his shot from behind. With emotions on a high, Manuel pushed Tenorio as both were restrained by their teammates.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutLooking back, Manuel said that he should have known better.“I didn’t know that he was just trying to pick me back up, and I still hit him,” he admitted in Filipino. “Of course, the emotions were so high and we got carried away. He was asking me whyI hit him when he was just trying to get me back up and I felt ashamed of what I did. I would have wanted to apologize but he had already left.” Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Abueva on much-improved Aces: ‘We buried our losing streak in 2017’ But his brush with Tenorio won’t overshadow his sensational play. He finished with a season-best 18 points, 11 coming in the pivotal third quarter. He also had five rebounds and two assists in Alaska’s 97-83 win.The win was the Aces’ third straight victory, putting them in joint third with TNT with similar 3-2 slates.“We’re always competing in practice. Nothing comes easy and we always give it our all. That’s why we’re bringing our aggression from our practices to the games,” said Manuel, who is finding his way from a calf injury that sidelined him for the better part of last season.“Every team is strong and there are no more easy games. We’re happy with the win, but we need to be focused every game, be aggressive, and do what we’ve been doing over these last three games to our next games,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises View comments NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting Read Next MOST READ Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC LATEST STORIES Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netANTIPOLO — Back to his hardworking self, Vic Manuel seemingly couldn’t do anything wrong when Alaska played Ginebra on Sunday.But as stellar as he was in the game, the 30-year-old forward still has one thing he wished he didn’t do.ADVERTISEMENT Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH
Leonard Fournette HurtUpdate 2: Fournette apparently took one to the groin during the tackle in question. No fun.Reports are that Fournette, the total package, sat out the last series because he got nailed in the package.— Ron Higgins (@RonHigg) September 26, 2015Update: Fournette has returned to the game. LSU leads 31-17 at the Carrier Dome.Fournette doesn’t look hurt. Looks like he may have just ran out of gas or cramped. HE’s back in there now.— Glenn Guilbeau (@LSUBeatTweet) September 26, 2015Earlier: LSU sophomore running back Leonard Fournette has run for 217 yards and two touchdowns against Syracuse so far Saturday afternoon, but his day may be over a bit early. Early in the fourth quarter, Fournette, after being gang-tackled by a number of Orange defenders, was slow to come off of the field. He’s since been shown wincing in pain on the sideline, though it’s unclear what’s ailing him.How many times did cameras show Fournette grimacing before announcers interrupted lovefest to point out he may be hurt?— Sagar Meghani (@smeghaniAP) September 26, 2015 We’ll keep you updated.
zoom Continuing its commitment to stop the imminent extinction of the endangered vaquita porpoise, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is returning to Mexico’s Gulf of California for Operation Milagro IV.The campaign will have Sea Shepherd’s M/V Farley Mowat back on active duty for the third consecutive year in the Gulf of California – the only waters on Earth which are home to this mammal. Joining the Farley for the first time on a Milagro campaign will be the M/V John Paul DeJoria.With Milagro IV, Sea Shepherd said it “will once again work with the Mexican government to address the urgent need to protect the elusive vaquita before it is too late.”Both the Farley and the JPD will protect the waters of the vaquita marine reserve, remove nets, patrol for poachers, document issues facing this endangered cetacean and continue to collect data to share with the scientific community. The campaign will run through May 2018.According to Sea Shepherd, the most recent statistics show the population of vaquita has dwindled to an estimated less than 30 individuals. The vaquita is particularly susceptible to population decline, with a slower rate of reproduction than that of other porpoise species. In addition, it has a comparatively short lifespan of approximately 20 years.Yet despite these vulnerabilities, the biggest threat to the vaquita’s survival are illegal gillnets fishermen put out to catch another endangered species: the totoaba bass. Similar in size to the totoaba, the vaquita gets caught in gillnets, suffocates and drowns. Meanwhile, the captured totoaba has its swim bladder removed and transported to China and Hong Kong where it sells for tens of thousands of dollars on the black market to be for unsubstantiated medicinal properties.“We must have a higher regard for ocean life if these species are to survive. Human greed and lack of respect for the oceans is responsible for near-wipeout of the vaquita. If it goes extinct, that’s another broken link in the eco-chain and one step closer to our own extinction. Sea Shepherd will not give up its fight to save the vaquita and the totoaba,” Jean Paul Geoffroy, Campaign Leader, pointed out.“Sea Shepherd is now taking on Milagro IV, our fourth year of the challenging task of preventing the extinction of the endangered vaquita. If not for the confiscation of hundreds of nets and our drone interventions in finding the poachers at night, the vaquita would now be extinct. There are some people who say this is a lost cause and that extinction is inevitable. We disagree. Increased patrols, increased interventions coupled with the courage and the passion of our volunteer crews can prevail,” Paul Watson, Sea Shepherd Founder and CEO, commented.
The Canadian Press MONTREAL — Guzzo Cinemas is looking to expand beyond Quebec to other major Canadian cities.The Montreal-based cinema chain says it has been looking for opportunities in areas including Vancouver and Calgary.Guzzo Cinemas president Vince Guzzo says he’s hoping the expansion will allow him to take advantage of opportunities in other cities and find new synergies for his business, which also includes a construction company and Giulietta Pizzeria restaurants.Despite the struggles theatre businesses have faced in recent years with the growth of streaming services, Guzzo says the industry is “booming” and he feels the streaming is only causing consumers to seek more personal ways to take in films.Guzzo Cinemas expansion will put the company in competition with entertainment giant Cineplex Inc., which owns over 150 theatres.To counteract box office volatility and streaming companies, Cineplex has diversified its offerings beyond cinemas with gaming restaurant complexes the Rec Room and Playdium. Companies in this story: (TSX:CGX)
Washington: Over $600,000 has been raised in just eight days through crowd-funding for the treatment of a 13-year-old Indian-American girl fighting for her life after an Iraq war veteran in California mowed her and her family in a suspected case of hate crime. On April 23, Dhriti Narayan, a grade 7 student, her brother, father and other family members were crossing a road in Sunnyvale when they were struck down by a former soldier, Isaiah Peoples, 34, reportedly to be suffering from Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince Salman ‘snubbed’ Pak PM Imran, recalled his private jet from US: ReportPeoples, an Iraq war veteran, injured seven others, who were crossing the road, including Dhriti’s father and her 9-year-old brother. The family was targeted apparently in hate crime because the motorist thought they were Muslims, police said. Peoples, who was unharmed in the incident, is facing eight counts of attempted murder and is being detained at Santa Clara County Jail with no bail set. According to a crowdfunding page, GoFundMe, set up to help the family cover her medical costs, Dhriti has suffered life threatening injuries including severe brain injuries and is currently on life support. Since the fundraising appeal went live on GoFundMe eight days ago, more than 12,400 people have donated money and have raised around USD 605,000. The target was USD 500,000.
EDIRNE – “We want to give a message to the world,” says head of religious workers union in Edirne.Turkish imams and Bulgarian priests will play a football match next week in Edirne – Turkey’s closest city to the Bulgarian border to foster unity between faiths, said Turkey’s union of religious workers.Mahmut Eroglu, head of Turkish Religious Employees Union (Diyanet-Sen) in Edirne, said the union which organised the event to develop ties with religious officials from bordering Bulgaria. “Functioning in Edirne border province linking two countries, we decided to have match with religious men from the neighboring country,” said Eroglu to AA.Eroglu said that imams have good relations with priests inside the churches in Edirne.“A football match is not the aim here. We want to give a message from here to the world,” he said.“We have kins in Bulgaria and Greece. We want to give the message that we can live together peacefully in this world, as men of religion.”Eroglu also said he hoped this project would contribute to the recognition of historical Edirne province. He said the union also plans to organize such games both in Bulgaria and Greece.
Posted: October 21, 2018 October 21, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics Tags: Decision 2018 FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Tommy Hough, race for District 6 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The midterm election is coming up.Former radio show host Tommy Hough joined us Saturday morning to talk about his run for City Council District 6.http://www.tommyhough.com/about.html Updated: 11:53 AM
Prince HarryGetty imagesAll the outrage aimed at Meghan Markle by fans and Royal observers for the decision to hold baby Archie’s christening behind closed doors may have been unjustified. According to a Royal expert, it is, in fact, Prince Harry and not Meghan Markle who decided that they should hold the ceremony in private.Fans and Royal observers aimed their ire at the Duchess of Sussex because she has ignored Royal tradition before in favour of her privacy. Like keeping the delivery of baby Archie a secret and refusing to pose for photos after his birth. However, the Duke of Sussex is reportedly the one who wanted Archie’s christening to be small and private, according to Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine.Archie will reportedly be christened in the Queen’s private chapel and not St George’s Chapel, where the couple was married. Meghan MarkleGetty ImagesMs. Seward told the Daily Mail: “I think this is quite Harry-led and it is putting Meghan in a very difficult position…..She’s the one getting all the flak as a newcomer to the Royal Family.” Prince Harry is making a mistake in the long term. But we have to agree with him, as a parent, he has every right to hold his child’s christening any way he pleases.”I assume Harry and Meghan don’t know where they are going wrong and think the criticism is all so very unfair,” Ms. Seward added. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were married last year in a gorgeous ceremony, but ever since then, it is Meghan Markle who has been under constant scrutiny. She has been criticized for her disregard for Royal protocols and traditions as well as for being difficult. We hope that Prince Harry shares the burden on the criticism with Meghan regarding his decision about the christening.