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Highlights from Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho’s press conference

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first_imgJose Mourinho discussed being under pressure, rumours of dissent within his Chelsea squad – and did not talk about Dr Eva Carneiro. Here Press Association Sport presents the highlights of the Portuguese’s media conference on Friday. On being under pressure and Chelsea’s start to the season: “I like to be under pressure when I’m top of the league and the second (team) is one point behind. It’s the pressure I like. I don’t like the position we are in, but I cope well with it. I define (this) as the worst period of my career, with the worst results in my career. I get it as a fantastic experience – an experience that I don’t want to repeat. I want to finish tomorrow and starting winning matches again.” Three times Mourinho refused to comment on the controversy over Dr Eva Carneiro’s demotion: 1 – What do you make of the FA’s decision to clear you? “For the past two months I didn’t open my mouth and I’m going to keep it like this. One day I will speak and I will choose a day.” 2 – Were you concerned that, after the FA cleared you, chairman Greg Dyke commented? “That’s the same answer. I’m quiet about it for a long time. I read and I listen and I watch and I’m quiet.” 3 – Do you think if you said something it might go away? “I’m telling you, we can be here all day. My time to speak will arrive when I decide.” Press Association On whether captain John Terry will be selected to start against Southampton on Saturday: “I don’t tell the team. Maybe you have some sources that can give you some tips. We trained tactically yesterday and today. So I’m sure some of you have some rats that can tell you what is going on.” On media comments on the players being frustrated by his methods: “It looks like you (the media) are a bit of a prima donna that to be criticising the group becomes a drama. In here, we speak openly. We criticise people without any kind of problems and no prima donnas crying. Everybody wants to do well, everybody accepts the criticism. When you make a mistake you have to speak about it. You know what I call that, in football? Coaching. If the coach cannot coach, go to a newspaper where nobody criticises anybody.” On the performances of Branislav Ivanovic, who has kept his place despite a series of poor displays: “Ivanovic likes to speak with me and likes to speak with me about his mistakes. And he’s not crying, he’s not a prima donna. I’m critical with him and I speak with him about what he has to try to improve. I have no doubts that he is my best right-back. And I have no doubts that he has to improve in some aspects of his game this season.” On bringing in experienced goalkeeper cover after Thibaut Courtois was ruled out until December following knee surgery: “We have at this moment Marco Amelia working with us. It must be a goalkeeper without a club, without a contract. Marco could be a good possibility for us and let’s see in the next couple of days what we decide, together with him.” On whether Chelsea can perform at the same level as last season: “I think we can win every game. I told you that before Arsenal, I told you that before Newcastle, I told you that before Porto. We won, we drew, we lost. But it’s my feeling. We are capable as a team to win against anyone.” last_img read more

Assam Budget Allocates Rs 177 Crore For Sports

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first_imgGUWAHATI: State Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has allocated a total amount of Rs 177 crore for the Sports and Youth Welfare Department for the year 2019-20. Sarma announced the new allocation during his Assam Budget speech here today.In his speech, Himanta Biswa Sarma said, “The Government of Assam is committed to realize the vision of the Chief Minister of making Guwahati the ‘Sports Capital’ and develop Assam as a emerging sports hub of the country. Working towards this, the Sports and Youth Welfare Department has formulated and notified an ‘Integrated Sports Policy’ to address all issues for the overall development of sports in the State and to bring about a systemic transformation in the entire sports ecosystem.”The highlights1. The Government shall start a state- of-the-art sports academy in the name of Arjun Bhogeswar Baruah catering to six Olympic sports disciplines in the year 2019.2. ‘Mukhya Mantrir Mohila Krira Protiyogita’ 2019, to promote games and sports among women and facilitate mass participation and scouting of sporting talents.3. State School Olympiad at district and State levels to promote school sports in Olympic sporting disciplines and to identify new talent.4. ASEAN Football Championship among ASEAN countries to project Guwahati as the emerging sports capital and to promote sports tourism in tune with the “Act East Policy”.5. Construction of permanent District Sports Offices (4 offices in the first phase) and providing of vehicles to the District Sports Officers (33 districts) in order to develop the office infrastructure and mobility of the key field officials of the department.6. A sports college will be established at Kokrajhar.7. One-time cash incentive of Rs 50,000 each to a total of 2,000 sports and art personalities.Also Read: LOCAL SPORTSlast_img read more

DDTV: FROM THE DECK OF THE TITANIC MOVIE..TO D’ARCY’S DRUNKEN DONEGAL DONKEY!

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first_imgAfter a start playing monthly gigs for friends at Santa Monica’s O’Brien’s Tavern in 1995, Gaelic Storm’s popularity skyrocketed when it appeared in James Cameron’s Titanic as the Celtic party band in the ship’s steerage.Now the American-based band have released this song – with a very Donegal feel! We’ve included the lyrics if you fancy singing along!Lyrics:‘was up in the Bluestack mountains, D’arcy kept a bit of a stillWe were sneaking home a bottle, when the guards came up the hill“Lose the booze” cried D’arcy and before we could reply,He’d dumped it in the nosebag of his donkey standing by.The donkey had a ganky leg, and only one good eye.When he got a lick of the whiskey, he’d swear that he could flyHe rocketed through the roundabout, and down by Jamesie’s bar,Then he vaulted through the hedges at the track at BallintraHere’s to you, to me and one and allTo the garda, and the gargle, and the trophy on the wallHere’s to you, to me and one and allThe day that D’arcy’s drunken donkey won the race at Donegal The garda chased the donkey, and we followed in pursuit,For fear they’d spill the whiskey, we begged them not to shootWe barreled through the turnstiles, we got there just in time,To place our bets before the lot of ’em reached the starting line.The flag was up, the race was on, the donkey looked behindHe saw the guards were after him but sure he didn’t mindHe had himself another sip, and a second one as well,Then bucked and kicked and knocked the competition all to hell.Here’s to you, to me and one and allTo the garda, and the gargle, and the trophy on the wallHere’s to you, to me and one and allThe day that D’arcy’s drunken donkey won the race at DonegalThe donkey passed the post about a lap or two aheadHe finished off the whiskey, then toppled over deadWe went to check the bets and found when everything was doneThe garda came in second and paid 25 to one!So we dragged the donkey’s carcass down to Jamesie’s for a pintTo drink up all our winnings, and to celebrate the nightWe missed the poor old donkey, but still we had to laughWhen Jamesie made a trophy of the donkey’s better halfSo raise a beer in the air, to the famous derriereEverybody raise a glass to D’arcy’s ass! D’arcy’s ass!Everybody raise a glass to D’arcy’s ass! D’arcy’s ass!Here’s to you, to me and one and allTo the garda, and the gargle, and the trophy on the wallHere’s to you, to me and one and allThe day that D’arcy’s drunken donkey won the race at DonegalDDTV: FROM THE DECK OF THE TITANIC MOVIE..TO D’ARCY’S DRUNKEN DONEGAL DONKEY! was last modified: September 13th, 2011 by BrendaShare 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:donegalGAELIC STORMlast_img read more

Premiers forge ahead with Indigenous meeting despite boycott by three groups

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first_imgEDMONTON – Canada’s premiers met with a reduced group of Indigenous leaders Monday after three national bodies — including the Assembly of First Nations — boycotted the event.Alberta Premier Rachel Notley said work was done discussing issues such as the socioeconomic challenges for Indigenous women and the state of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.“I think we reached agreement and a fairly shared common purpose on these issues, and I think we’ll see some good work coming out of it,” Notley told reporters.She and the leaders of Canada’s provinces and territories met with National Chief Robert Bertrand of Congress of Aboriginal Peoples, and Francyne Joe, president of the Native Women’s Association of Canada.Referring to the absentees, Notley said, “Although we regret that they were not here today, we are fully committed to engaging with these leaders face-to-face around a common table.“We are also steadfast in our resolve to making progress on issues that are critically important to Indigenous people.”Earlier Monday, the heads of the Assembly of First Nations, the Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami and the Metis National Council announced in Toronto they were boycotting the meeting to draw attention to their bid for “full and meaningful inclusion” in the larger annual gathering of provincial and territorial leaders known as the Council of the Federation.Perry Bellegarde, national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, said Canada’s Indigenous Peoples are not just another special interest group and won’t stand to be treated as such.“We’re not ethnic minorities. We are Indigenous Peoples with the right to self-determination, because we have our own lands, we have our own laws, we have our own languages, we have our own identifiable peoples and we have our identifiable forms of government,” he said.Though the groups have met with the premiers in the past, they said long-standing issues have come to a head in the last year, particularly when contrasted with the federal government’s more inclusive approach.“Unless we start taking a stand, they’re not going to really listen to us,” said Clement Chartier, president of the Metis National Council.Back in Edmonton, Bertrand declined to say what he thought of the boycott decision, but said it’s in the best interests of the people he represents to meet the premiers face-to-face.“It was well worth our while to have been present here,” said Bertrand.“Mainly for having made connections with all the premiers of the provinces. This way if in the future there are any problems, you can pick up the phone and discuss it with either the premier or with another person who will be able to help us.”Joe echoed those remarks: “My membership expects me to do whatever I can to discuss the issues that are affecting our women.“We hope that the others will join us at some point so that we can work together to address these issues.”New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant said it’s unfortunate that the process of how best to meet detracts from a focus on improving the lives of aboriginal people.“Process can be very important, but at the end of the day it’s only important because we’re all trying to achieve results that will improve the quality of life of Indigenous people,” said Gallant.The premiers meet Tuesday and Wednesday in the Alberta capital for the summer meeting of the Council of the Federation.B.C. premier-designate John Horgan is being sworn in Tuesday and therefore is not attending.— With files from Paola Loriggio in Torontolast_img read more