The Manchester United midfielder says his team is not split and that they win “together and lose together”Even before the start of this 2018-2019 English Premier League season, there have been many rumors about Manchester United.And lately, some media outlets have reported the club’s dressing room is divided, to which midfielder Nemanja Matic has responded.“We are all united,” Matic told Sky Sports.“When we win we are all together and when we lose we are all together. It’s not true what the media are writing. We are working hard and we will continue like this.”Maguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“The Manchester United name obligates us to be professionals and try to turn the situation as soon as possible and this is exactly what we are doing,” he added.“He’s a great person. He’s a different man outside the job and off the pitch.”“He does have a lot of pressure though because everyone expects him only to win. When we don’t win everyone is waiting to see his reaction. He likes to win and when we don’t win we are hiding from him at the training ground,” he commented.“He’s happy when he’s winning but when we lose, like every manager, he wants us to do better. He tries to find a way to be winning as soon as possible.”
The manager knows the importance of tomorrow’s match but his target is clear: to win a trophy soon in any tournamentChelsea will play against Greece’s PAOK tomorrow in the UEFA Europa League.And for coach Maurizio Sarri, this is just one step towards their only objective: to win something and become the best club in the world.“Tomorrow is an important match because we want to see a reaction, but I also want to see a reaction in the next Premier League match and see that we have learned our lesson,” Sarri told the team’s official website.Maurizio Sarri satisfied despite Juventus’ draw at Fiorentina Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Maurizio Sarri was satisfied with Juventus’ performance on Saturday afternoon after finishing a tough game at Fiorentina 0-0.“I think I will make big changes to the side for tomorrow because in December we have to play 10 matches so now we need to change, regardless of the last result.”“In the Europa League group we had two targets, first was qualification which is achieved, the other one is to win our group so for this we need one point but we cannot think to play for one point or it is very easy to lose the match,” he explained.“I hope I have found reasons. The target is very clear. In the short term to win something and long-term, to become the best team in Europe.”
Farmers Insurance Open continues at Torrey Pines Golf Course Posted: January 27, 2018 Dave Scott January 27, 2018 Dave Scott, 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 SettingsLA JOLLA (KUSI) — Ryan Palmer holds a one-shot lead over defending champion Jon Rahm entering Saturday’s third round of the $6.9 million Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla.Tiger Woods is 10 shots off the lead after birdieing his final hole Friday to go to 1-under-par for the tournament, making the cut with no room to spare in his first PGA Tour event after a yearlong absence.The 42-year-old Woods shot a 1-under-par 71 on the North Course.“I was grinding my way around the golf course,” said Woods, who is among 13 golfers tied for 65th. “I didn’t quite hit it as good as I would like to.”Woods began his round on the back nine, parring each of the first three holes, then had a double bogey on the par-4 13th. He parred each of his next five holes.Woods birdied the first, fifth and seven holes to move to 1-under for the tournament, which was inside the projected cut at the time. He bogeyed the par-3 eighth hole to fall outside the cutline, then birdied the ninth, making a cut in a PGA Tour event for the first time since the 2015 Wyndham Championship.Woods missed the cut in last year’s Farmers Insurance Open, shooting a 4-over par 148 for two rounds, then underwent a fourth back surgery that sidelined him for the next 10 months.Palmer entered Friday’s play in a two-way tie for second, one shot off the lead, then started par-bogey-bogey on the North Course. He was 7-under over his last 15 holes, including eagles on the ninth and 17th holes and a birdie on the 18th for a 5-under 67.Palmer’s total of 11-under 133 is the tournament’s best 36-hole start since Woods was 11-under for the first two rounds in 2013.Woods is the tournament’s most recent 36-hole leader to go on to win. The last four winners have been at least four shots off the lead at the tournament’s midway point.The 41-year-old Palmer began the 2017-18 season on a major medical extension after undergoing shoulder surgery in October. He had six events available to earn the necessary 29 points to equal No. 125 J.J. Henry’s 365- point total from the 2017 FedExCup points list to retain full eligibility through the end of the season.Palmer tied for 20th in last week’s CareerBuilder Challenge, his second start of the season, earning 37.55 points.Palmer has three victories on the PGA Tour, most recently the 2010 Sony Open in Hawaii.Rahm shot a bogey-free 6-under-66 on the North Course to go to 10- under 134 for the tournament.“I had the putter really hot on the first nine holes, I made a lot of really good putts, four for birdie and par, but my short game kept me alive,” Rahm said.“All those par saves and a couple of those 50-yard shots over rough to make birdie on 10 and 11, it made this round be what it is. It could have been 2-under par or 3-under par, close to even, maybe even, but those couple of saves is what made it be such a good round.”Rahm, a Spaniard who received a communications degree from Arizona State in 2016, is second on the Official World Golf Ranking. A victory would move him into first, passing American Dustin Johnson.First-round leader Tony Finau and fellow American Luke List are tied for third, two shots off the lead at 9-under 135.Finau shot a 2-under-70 on the South Course after beginning the tournament with a 7-under 65 on the North Course Thursday.List’s second-round 6-under 66 on the South Course tied the best round on the course through two days of the tournament. The final two rounds will be played on the South Course.Australian Jason Day had Friday’s low score, a bogey-free 8-under 64 on the North Course that lifted him into a tie for sixth, at 7-under 137, four shots off the lead.“I drove it nicely, which gave myself opportunities, and then I putted well,” said Day, who won the tournament in 2015.Tournament organizers announced just before noon Saturday that parking was sold out for the day. They advised fans to take Uber to the course, with drivers able to take passengers near the main entrance. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
Carl DeMaio gives update on Gas Tax Hike Repeal Initiative June 29, 2018 Andrea Tobias Andrea Tobias, 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) —In November, Californians will have the chance to vote on repealing the gas tax hike.Chairman of Reform California, Carl Demaio, was on Good Morning San Diego to give us an update. Updated: 11:52 AM Categories: California News, Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News, Politics Tags: Carl DeMaio FacebookTwitter Posted: June 29, 2018
VISTA (KUSI) – A man who carjacked and kidnapped a father and son at gunpoint in Encinitas, as well as taking part in an extensive North County burglary spree, was sentenced today to almost 650 years to life in state prison.Joseph Martin Ramos, 37, was convicted last fall by a Vista jury and sentenced Friday morning on charges related to the kidnapping and burglaries, as well as a number of strike convictions.Ramos was taken into custody in October of 2016, an incident that ended with him being shot by a sheriff’s deputy near Beacons Beach in Encinitas.Prosecutors say Ramos was spotted earlier that day by deputies who recognized him as a suspect in a series of residential burglaries during which firearms had been stolen.Ramos sped away from law enforcement, triggering a pursuit. He drove to the intersection of Manchester Avenue and South Rancho Santa Fe Road, where he abandoned his pickup, ran into a nearby parking lot and confronted a man who was buckling his 7-year-old son into a child safety seat in a silver two-door Scion.Prosecutors say Ramos pointed to a pistol tucked in his waistband and demanded that the father drive him away from the area. The victim complied, driving to the west and north as Ramos threatened him with the handgun periodically.Near Beacons Beach, sheriff’s personnel caught up to the commandeered car and pulled the driver over. Ramos exited the car with the handgun drawn and was shot by a sheriff’s deputy.In addition to the kidnapping counts, which carried sentences of life with the possibility of parole, he was also convicted for a string of home burglaries between May and October 2016. Due to several of the convicted counts being strikes, Ramos received 25-year-to-life terms for each burglary and attempted burglary charge, according to prosecutors. Man sentenced to 650 years to life for carjacking, kidnapping KUSI Newsroom, May 10, 2019 Posted: May 10, 2019 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego County’s unadjusted unemployment rate dropped to an even 3% last month, with both farm and nonfarm industries showing job gains, according to data released Friday by the California Employment Development Department.The April rate, down from a revised 3.6% in March and a tick below the April 2018 rate of 3.1%, is at its lowest point since May 2018.The county’s nonfarm industries gained nearly 8,000 jobs from March to last month, increasing from 1,492,600 to 1,500,400. Farm jobs increased by 300 from 8,700 in March to 9,000 last month.Nearly every nonfarm industry in the county added jobs in April, with only the mining and logging industry showing no gains or losses, according to the EDD. The construction industry added the most jobs of any industry with 2,200.Year-over-year nonfarm employment showed even higher gains, increasing by 20,400 jobs from 1,480,000 to 1,500,400. Farm employment dipped by 400 jobs last month compared to April 2018, falling from 9,400 to 9,000. Multiple nonfarm industries showed year-over-year employment increases of more than 2,000 jobs.The educational and health services industry added 7,600 jobs from April 2018 to last month, the highest year-over-year gain of any industry. Government and manufacturing jobs each increased by more than 3,000 jobs, as well, according to EDD data.The trade, transportation and utilities industry showed the largest year-over-year job decrease, losing 2,800 jobs. The information and financial activities industries also lost 500 and 100 jobs, respectively.The state’s unadjusted unemployment rate remained at 4.3% in April, the same as the state’s adjusted rates in March as well as April 2018.Nationwide, unemployment fell from 3.8% in March to 3.6% in April. Posted: May 17, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, San Diego’s unemployment drops to even 3 percent countywide, lowest since May 2018 May 17, 2019 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics FacebookTwitter
Members of the House and Senate returned to Washington this week to a full to-do list. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor of Virginia announced last week that the House would take up a bill addressing the nutrition component of the farm bill next week. The core of that bill will be a Republican nutrition package that includes $40 billion in cuts-as opposed to the $4 billion in cuts contained in the Senate bill-and greater work requirements for recipients of food assistance. Upon taking action on the nutrition bill, the House is then was expected to formally appoint farm bill conferees.At this point it is likely that this timeline will hold true, or at least will not be derailed by congressional action on the escalating crisis in Syria, given the negotiations ongoing between the U.S. and Russia concerning the transfer and destruction of Syrian chemical weapons.ASA continues to engage with lawmakers and congressional aides to find common ground on the major differences between the approaches to commodity programs in Title 1 of the House and Senate bills, so that if and when conferees meet, a new farm bill can be finalized quickly. However, with Congress currently scheduled to be in session only 5 more days in September and the need to take action on a short-term Continuing Resolution to fund the government after September 30, it is unclear whether Congress will be able to enact a new farm bill before the current bill expires on September 30. While leaders still are stating that a new farm bill will be passed this fall, some are predicting another one or two year extension of the current bill when another “dairy cliff” is looming in early 2014.ASA’s preferred course of action is to see a new farm bill passed by September 30 to provide greater certainty for farmers and consumers, and to avoid disruptions in important market development and conservation efforts. It should be emphasized that while the farm bill proposes to make changes to nutrition and crop insurance, these programs have authorizations separate from the farm bill – meaning that crop insurance and nutrition programs continue whether or not Congress passes a new farm bill.ASA will keep members updated on farm bill developments as the process moves forward in the coming weeks.
A Ridgefield couple was startled recently when they awoke to an intruder in their master bathroom.They were even more startled to discover he was wearing a bra and applying the woman’s mascara to his face.The intruder, Dustin Wayne Schroeder, 34, was sentenced Monday to five months in jail after pleading guilty to residential burglary. The burglary occurred July 10 at a home in the 20600 block of Northwest Krieger Road.The woman who lives there had awakened at 6:30 a.m. and headed to the bathroom, where she saw the stranger applying her makeup, said Senior Deputy Prosecutor Tonya Rulli. He was wearing a fitted turquoise top over a bra, a black skirt or shorts and pink socks.The homeowner slammed the bathroom door and alerted her husband, who confronted the intruder.Schroeder ran from the house and was detained nearby. He was carrying a container filled with clothing, including pantyhose.“He dropped some clothes as he was going,” Rulli said.When questioned by Clark County sheriff’s deputies, Schroeder admitted to entering the house, putting on mascara and also shaving. He also confessed to trying to pilfer a bumblebee costume. Rulli said the couple were understandably shaken.The couple did not attend Monday’s hearing. “If they were here, I would say I was sorry,” Schroeder told Clark County Superior Court Judge Scott Collier.Schroeder told the judge that he is a drug addict and he didn’t know he was breaking into a stranger’s home — he said he thought it was the home of someone he knew. According to court papers, he had consumed methamphetamine on the evening prior to the burglary.Collier recommended drug and alcohol counseling for Schroeder, who is listed as homeless and unemployed. Schroeder’s last known address is in Las Vegas. Schroeder told the judge he planned to move back to Nevada upon his release from jail.He received credit for 34 days served in the Clark County Jail.Laura McVicker: www.twitter.com/col_courts; www.facebook.com/reportermcvicker; email@example.com; 360-735-4516.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder in connection with the Oct. 1 shooting of Matthew M. Clark at a northeast Hazel Dell home.Clark County sheriff’s deputies identified the suspects as Kirk Michael Hernandez, 42, a transient, and Darrel Christopher Fry, 33, of Vancouver.Both are being held at the Clark County Jail on suspicion of first-degree murder, first-degree burglary and on arrest warrants unrelated to Clark’s death.They are expected to make first appearances Monday morning in Clark County Superior Court, at which time bail could be set and attorneys appointed.Deputies on Saturday didn’t give a motive for the shooting or release other information, except to say that the men were booked into the jail late Friday night and that all the suspects in the homicide are in custody. On the day of the shooting, they said they believed the victim probably knew his assailants.Clark died about 6:30 a.m. on a Monday morning. Neighbors reported hearing gunfire at the home and called 911. The first deputies on the scene found Clark, who was inside the home, already dead. One neighbor told The Columbian on Oct. 1 that after she heard the shots, she observed a car backing out of the driveway at the home and leaving the scene.
A man was shot in the head Saturday afternoon at the Econo Lodge in downtown Vancouver. Emergency responders were dispatched to the 40-room hotel at 601 Broadway around 1:43 p.m. A woman who had rented the room found the man in the bathroom, according to emergency radio traffic monitored by The Columbian. Vancouver police cars and fire trucks crowded the 600 block of Broadway. Witnesses saw a white man rolled out on a stretcher from a room in the southeast corner of the hotel. He was taken by ambulance to an area hospital, said Kim Kapp, spokeswoman for the Vancouver Police Department.
La Center has pushed back the date of a swearing-in ceremony for the city’s new police chief.Mayor Jim Irish will administer an oath of office to Marc Denney at 7 p.m. June 12 at La Center City Hall, 214 E. Fourth St. The city has invited the public to attend the ceremony and meet Denney.The city had announced Denney would be sworn in May 22 but changed the date because of unforseen circumstances, according to a press release.Denney was chosen from a nationwide field of more than 50 applicants for the position. He previously worked for the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona for 23 years and retired as a commander. He earned a master’s degree in public administration with a minor in justice administration from Wayland Baptist University.Denney will follow in the footsteps of Tim Hopkin, the prior police chief, who retired in August. Hopkin recently announced his intention to run for La Center City Council.Since September, Erin Nolan, a Clark County Sheriff’s Office employee, has served as the city’s interim police chief.
A Longview woman was injured in a rear-end collision Monday afternoon on Interstate 5 northbound in Ridgefield. Just after 12:30 p.m., Amanda Ziegler, 18, of Woodland was stopped for construction traffic near Exit 14 when her Mazda 3 was rear-ended by a Honda Accord that failed to stop, according to the Washington State Patrol.The Accord continued off the roadway to the left, into the center median, and came to rest against the cable barrier. The driver, Nancy Muroarias, 20, of Longview was injured in the crash and transported to Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center, then discharged. She was cited for driving too fast for the conditions, the patrol said.
OLYMPIA — Republicans hope to add another seat Tuesday to their coalition that controls the Senate.Voters will get their say on the race for the 26th District between Democrat Nathan Schlicher and Republican Jan Angel, which has become the most expensive legislative contest in state history, with combined spending of $2.9 million.More than half of that money has been spent by third-party groups. The influx of independent expenditures on both sides has led to negative campaigning in the form of TV ads and mailers.A predominantly Republican Majority Coalition Caucus currently controls the Senate with the help of two Democrats, giving the majority caucus a one-vote advantage in the chamber. About half of the Senate will be up for re-election in 2014.Schlicher, an emergency room doctor from Gig Harbor, was appointed to the Senate seat in January to replace Democrat Derek Kilmer, who was elected to Congress. Angel, of Port Orchard, has served in the House since 2009.Both currently represent the district they are vying for, a swing district that includes the southeastern Kitsap peninsula from Bremerton and Port Orchard to Gig Harbor in Pierce County.
A Monday evening single-vehicle crash along Northeast Marine Drive in Portland killed the driver.The driver was identified as 55-year-old Mary Augustine Yakutis-Suit of Sandy, Ore.Portland police said it appears that the vehicle was westbound on Marine Drive when it left the roadway in the 14600 block and rolled down the embankment toward the Columbia River. The driver was thrown from the vehicle, onto the riverbank. The crash was reported shortly before 8 p.m. The Portland Police Bureau’s Major Crash Team is investigating.
Under siege, Syrians wait, starve.BEIRUT — Fighting in Syria killed nearly 1,900 people, including at least 430 civilians, during the week of U.N.-hosted peace talks in Switzerland, activists said Friday. The death toll indicates that violence barely paused as the warring parties met but struck uncompromising stances, failing to reach any agreements that could help resolve the conflict.The figures were reported by the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Its director, Rami Abdurrahman, said the week’s bloody toll was about average at this point in the three-year conflict.The number included at least 430 civilians, killed by bombs, snipers, missiles, and other causes. The rest were rebels and forces loyal to President Bashar Assad. The Observatory obtains its information from activists on the ground, and also keeps a running total.The conference didn’t produce any tangible results, although connections made in Switzerland are likely to develop into prolonged negotiations to try to resolve the war.The conflict began as largely peaceful protests against Assad in March 2011, but became an increasingly sectarian civil war that has killed more than 130,000 people. It has forcibly displaced one-third of the entire prewar population of 23 million, including over 2 million who have flooded into neighboring countries. Tens of thousands more are blockaded in rebel-held areas, where Assad loyalists prevent food and aid from entering.
JW Marriott at Galaxy Macau named venue and Galaxy Entertainment Group named Venue Sponsor for 2019 Asian Gaming Power 50 Black Tie Gala Dinner A select crowd of around 100 invited guests gathered at Duffy’s Irish Pub at Broadway Macau on Friday night for the very first Macau After Dark (MAD) networking event.Hosted by Inside Asian Gaming, MAD is a new quarterly social gathering which aims to bring together key industry decision-makers with the people they want to meet in a relaxed and friendly environment. A new venue will be chosen for each event. Galaxy offers first glimpse of new Galaxy Macau convention center ahead of 2021 launch Load More RelatedPosts Among those to attend on Friday night were representatives of Macau’s “Big 6” concessionaires, leading Macau VIP operator Suncity Group, local law firms MdME and CA Lawyers, the University of Macau plus a range of industry developers, manufacturers and suppliers.The evening included a variety of finger food and free flow wine and beer, with guests quick to praise the concept as a much-needed opportunity to bring Macau’s local gaming industry together.There were also a series of lucky door prizes given away, with MGM China’s SVP, Digital and Technology Solutions, Scott Wessel claiming the top prize of a MOP$1,000 Duffy’s voucher!A huge thankyou to all of IAG’s sponsors for the event – namely platinum sponsors Aristocrat and Scientific Games, Gold Sponsor IGT and Venue Sponsor Duffy’s.MAD 2 is already scheduled to take place on Friday 10 May 2019 at a soon-to-be-announced location.For more information about MAD (Macau After Dark), please click here. Macau GGR tumbles 8.6% in August
Self-exclusion requests in the second quarter numbered 120, down from 132 in 1Q19 but considerably higher than the 97 requests received in the prior year period. For the first six months of 2019, self-exclusion requests climbed 26.0% from 200 to 252.Likewise, Third Party exclusion also increased in the first half of the year from 33 to 39, including 17 in the first quarter and 22 in the second.Under Macau law, an exclusion order can be applied for a maximum of two years before requiring renewal, with fines of up to MOP$10,000 for prohibited persons found violating an order or up to MOP$500,000 for operators. Load More Macau authorities received a total of 142 requests for exclusion from the city’s casinos in the three months to 30 June 2019, an increase of 23 requests on the 119 received in the same period last year according to latest figures from the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau.The substantial rise follows similar activity in 1Q19 when 149 exclusion requests were received, taking the total for the first half of the year to 291 compared with 233 requests 12 months ago, an increase of 24.9%. Lack of premium mass strategy begs questions of SJM’s Grand Lisboa Palace launch: analysts Genting’s Resorts World Las Vegas names five key additions to executive team Strong VIP growth sees Okada Manila GGR climb 72% in August RelatedPosts
EXCLUSIVE: Adam Gibson, strategic workforce planning leader at the Metropolitan Police, will examine how people analytics and workforce planning can enable organisations to make smarter strategic decisions at Employee Benefits Connect 2017.Gibson (pictured) will lead a session titled ‘Leveraging workforce planning and people analytics for smarter decisions’ as part of the talent management conference stream on Wednesday 1 March 2017.Gibson will discuss the role of people analytics and workforce planning in driving a strategic HR approach that can support and influence various aspects of the business.Gibson said: “The [session] is really around [people analytics and workforce planning] being a game changer in how we do business, operationally and within HR.“If you apply it right, workforce planning and the use of people analytics will drive every part of strategic HR and often other parts of the business, and it can all come from that basis of what are people doing. It’s important because, typically, the bulk of organisational spend and organisational effort is on people.”In addition, Gibson will highlight how organisations can harness workforce planning and people analytics to develop a holistic people strategy that reflects the future world of work, including greater inclusivity of both people and ideas.Gibson added: “The more organisations are able to start doing that planning now, then the greater protection they are going to be offered for the future and the more rapidly [organisations] are going to be able to flex depending on the [main] trends that are out there.”Employee Benefits Connect 2017 will take place on Wednesday 1 March 2017 at Park Plaza, London.To register or find out more.