Arsenal keeper Leno: We must continue to take risksby Freddie Taylora month agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno says the club will continue to take risks playing out from the back.Sokratis’ poor pass deep in defence allowed Tom Cleverley to make it 2-1 in Sunday’s draw with Watford, who eventually scored again to steal a point.But Leno says it is vital for his team to take risks in order to beat the opposition press.”It is still a process we have to work on,” said Leno. “We try to take the risk because if we beat the press of Watford, then there is a lot of space for our strikers.”In the first half, we did it very well but in the second we didn’t create too many chances from playing out from the back.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Chelsea boss Lampard: More kids will play against Grimsbyby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea manager Frank Lampard says the Carabao Cup gives him a chance to “blood his young players”.The Blues will play Grimsby Town in the third-round on Wednesday, with Lampard expected to field teenagers Reece James and Callum Hudson-Odoi.Having won the competition twice as a Chelsea player, Lampard is looking forward to this season’s trophy.“It will be an opportunity to blood young players in this game and it is a competition we want to be competitive in,” he said. “It does give a good feeling. I saw Chelsea get to the final last year and beat Tottenham in the semi. “I saw how Stamford Bridge was celebrating that, and the team was slightly unlucky to lose to Man City in the final. “We will try to be competitive and at the same time as giving the youngsters a go, we will try to win, as a club like Chelsea should always do.“I have nice memories of the two finals I won. It is a competition that is difficult to win but we have to give it everything.”
Then-sophomore pitcher John Kuchno (45) throws the ball during a game against Northwestern May 6, 2012, at Bill Davis Stadium. OSU won, 4-1.Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editorThe clink of aluminum bats has returned as Ohio State’s baseball team began their season in Port Charlotte, Fla.The bats started out hot for the Buckeyes as they won their first two games against Connecticut and Auburn, but then lost two in a row to Indiana State.In Sunday’s game against the Indiana State, sophomore right handed pitcher Jake Post started on the mound for the Buckeyes. He gave them four good innings, but errors allowed three unearned runs to cross the plate for Indiana State.Freshman pitcher Tanner Tully came on in the fifth and gave up another run in the sixth before the Buckeyes began a nice rally in the bottom half.A balk and an error plated two runs and left the bases loaded for senior outfielder Tim Wetzel. He hit into a fielder’s choice that scored two more as sophomore first baseman Zach Ratliff turned it into a double steal.OSU gained its first lead in the eighth after three doubles from freshman outfielder Ronnie Dawson, sophomore infielder Craig Nennig and Wetzel.With a 6-4 lead heading into the ninth, junior pitcher Trace Dempsey came in to try and seal the deal, but gave up four runs on four hits to give the Sycamores an 8-6 advantage.Indiana State freshman pitcher Ryan Keaffaber stymied the Buckeyes to earn the two game sweep.“I liked the way we battled today,” Wetzel said Sunday. “It was nice to get the all of the young guys experience. It can happen with a young team, so you have to be ready to go every day.”Coach Greg Beals was disappointed with the outcome of the final game, especially after how his team battled so far back.“Today was a big lesson for us,” Beals said after the loss. “We have the ability to play really bad … and to come back like we did. The game is humbling, but we need to do all the necessary work to make sure we’re ready to go out and play.”Freshman pitcher Zach Farmer began his collegiate career starting on the bump for Saturday’s tilt with the ISU. His start did not go as planned, though, as he gave up a three-hit, two-run first inning.Dawson got the Buckeyes back in it in the fourth with a three-run homerun off junior Brad Lombard. Dawson finished the day going 3-4 in his first collegiate game.The Buckeyes wouldn’t score again though and ISU took advantage of their inept bats, scoring two more runs off Farmer and another three off freshman right handed pitcher Adam Niemeyer for a 7-3 win.The early game Saturday against Auburn matched up a pair of southpaws as the Buckeyes’ junior Ryan Riga and the Tigers’ senior Michael O’Neal were starting on the mound. Both lefties pitched brilliantly as each went six strong innings and only gave up four hits each.The difference was redshirt-junior Josh Dezse’s RBI single in the fourth. After missing all of last season with a stress reaction, Dezse was the designated hitter for each game and didn’t miss a beat.That run was all the Buckeyes needed, as Griga didn’t allow a run before handing it off to redshirt-senior pitcher Tyler Giannonatti for the seventh. Dempsey came in to finish the final two innings for his first save of the season and sealing the 1-0 victory for OSU.“I felt good, but obviously it was a lot more important for the team getting this win,” Riga said. “It gives your more confidence for tomorrow.”Friday’s season opener against the Huskies started off shaky for the Buckeyes as senior pitcher Greg Greve started out the game giving up two runs in the top of the first. He quickly settled in after that though and the offense made up for those early runs in impressive fashion.With the bases loaded in the bottom of the third, sophomore infielder Jacob Bosiokovic hammered a ball over the centerfield fence for a grand slam and the Buckeyes’ first runs of the season. His blast energized both the offense and defense as they didn’t allow another run, but added four more of their own for an 8-2 win.“I was just trying to put something in play and help the team win,” Bosiokovic said. “Fortunately I hit it over the fence.”The Buckeyes are scheduled to play UCF Friday in Orlando. First pitch is set for 7:05 p.m.
Ohio State redshirt senior quarterback J.T. Barrett (16) calls a play in the first quarter of the 2017 Cotton Bowl against University of Southern California on Dec. 29 in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. Ohio State won 24-7. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorOne of Ohio State’s most decorated players found his way onto an NFL team.The Indianapolis Colts have signed former Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett as an undrafted free agent Saturday, according to a tweet from Ohio State. Free Agent Alert: @JT_theQB4th @Colts #GoBucks #DevelopedHere #ColtsForged pic.twitter.com/t39FoIQyZa— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) April 29, 2018Barrett led the Buckeyes to two Big Ten championships during his four years, including a 2014 National Championship that Barrett watched from the sidelines after breaking his ankle against Michigan.Barrett got his first start in an Ohio State uniform following Braxton Miller’s season-ending shoulder injury in 2014. The then-redshirt freshman amassed 45 touchdowns and 3,772 total yards and finishing fifth in the Heisman voting.After 50 starts across four years, Barrett finished his Ohio State career with more offensive yards (12,697), passing touchdowns (104) and total touchdowns (147) than any other player in Big Ten history.Along with the numerous records accomplished while at Ohio State, Barrett went 38-6 as a starter while completing over 60 percent of his passes in each of his four seasons.The three-time captain led the Buckeyes to a 24-7 Cotton Bowl victory over USC and this year’s No. 3 pick Sam Darnold in the last game of his OSU career.In his sophomore season, Barrett threw for 211 yards and ran for 96 in a 44-28 Fiesta Bowl win over Notre Dame. A year later, again in the Fiesta Bowl, Barrett threw for 127 yards and two interceptions in a 31-0 defeat to Clemson in the College Football Playoff.At the NFL combine, Barrett was the second fastest quarterback in the 40-yard dash at 4.70 seconds. On the other end, Barrett finished with the third slowest three cone drill times of all quarterbacks (7.38 seconds).
Emmanuel Macron, head of the political movement En Marche! and candidate for the 2017 presidential election, waves to supporters at the end of a campaign rally in Pau, France. Photo: ReutersPolls showed France’s presidential election campaign tightening further on Wednesday as financial markets fretted about the rising popularity of a far-left candidate who wants to put France’s European Union membership to a vote.Investors have long been anxious about election frontrunner Marine Le Pen, leader of the far-right National Front, who has promised a referendum on whether to quit the EU and ditch the euro.She has been joined on the list of investors’ concerns by far-left veteran Jean-Luc Melenchon, who has surged in the polls after strong performances in two candidates’ debates.The Communist-backed Melenchon also wants a referendum on EU membership after an attempt to renegotiate the EU treaties.The latest Ifop-Fiducial poll on Wednesday showed Le Pen winning 23.5 percent in the April 23 first round, one point ahead of centrist Emmanuel Macron.Both Le Pen and Macron’s support dipped by half a point from Tuesday while conservative Francois Fillon was stable on 19 percent and Melenchon unchanged on 18.5 percent.The top two candidates go through to a run-off on May 7, where polls say Macron would easily beat Le Pen.Traders cited the French election, as well as U.S. relations with Syria and North Korea, as reasons why investors switched to safe assets, such as gold or U.S. Treasuries, on Wednesday.“Risk sentiment is not strong at the moment because of tensions in North Korea and also risk of a … rising Melenchon,” said Nomura currency strategist Yujiro Goto in London.GERMAN FORAYConcern about a Le Pen victory, which would put further pressure on the EU after Britain’s decision to leave the bloc, led to an unusual foray into French politics by Germany, France’s traditional partner at the heart of the EU.“We need a pro-European France,” German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said in Berlin.“I hope Le Pen does not become French president,” he added.Outgoing Socialist President Francois Hollande is also concerned about Melenchon’s rising popularity, according to Le Monde newspaper, and this has fed speculation he could endorse Macron as the best hope to win rather than official Socialist candidate Benoit Hamon, who is doing poorly in the polls.In an interview with Le Point magazine published on Wednesday, Hollande kept silent about his choice, saying he would endorse a candidate before the second round of the election.But he spoke highly of the decision by Macron, a former economy minister in his government, to launch a new party, saying “I think politics needs renewal” and he spoke out against demagoguery.“There is a danger in simplifications and falsifications which make people look at the … speaker rather than the content of what he is saying,” he said.Hollande, an unpopular president who did not seek a second term, said ruling parties should not hold primary elections in future, because it was impossible to be president and candidate at the same time.The conservative Le Figaro newspaper called Melenchon “the French Chavez”, alleging in a front-page story that his plans were inspired by the late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez.Melenchon mocked his new notoriety in a blog on his website.“They announce that my winning the election would bring nuclear winter, a plague of frogs, Red Army tanks and the landing of the Venezuelans,” he said.
The overturned truck at Mirzapur, Tangail. Photo: Prothom AloThree members of a family were killed and five others injured as a tiles-laden truck carrying them overturned in Shuvulla of Mirzapur upazila, Tangail early Tuesday. The deceased are Niranjan Mali, 35, his wife Sagari, 25 and their daughter Swarna, 8, from Joypurhat’s Khetlal upazila. The injured are now undergoing treatment in Mirzapur’s Kumudini Women’s Medical College Hospital, said witnesses. Confirming the incident, assistant sub-inspector of Mirzapur police station, Nazrul Islam, told Prothom Alo that the truck, which was heading towards northern region, had eight passengers on it. When the truck reached Shuvulla area around 2:30am, the driver lost control and it overturned on the road, leaving the three members of the family dead and others injured. The injured were whisked off to Kumudini Women’s Medical College Hospital in Mirzapur, the police officer also said adding that at least two injured are in critical condition.
Date: Friday, March 8Time: 6 p.m. ETSite: Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, N.C. (23,500)Radio: WKRD-790, Nick Curran, play-by-play; Adrienne Johnson, analystVideo: ACCNE, Tom Werne, play-by-play; Debbie Antonelli, analyst, Kelley Deyo, sidelineUofL National Ranking: 3rd Associated Press, 3rd USA TodayFor the latest on Louisville women’s basketball, visit GoCards.com, follow the team’s Twitter account at @UofLWBB or on Facebook at facebook.com/UofLWBB.Print Friendly Version Story Links Game Notes Live Stats They are 118-21 (.849) overall in the last four years, which is tied for the most wins by a class ever and are assured to finish their careers with the fewest losses and the best winning percentage in program history. Last season, Myisha Hines-Allen wrapped her career with a 118-26 (.819) record, becoming the winningest player in program history. Virginia Tech opened the tournament with an 85-63 win over Wake Forest on Wednesday afternoon. The Hokies and Tigers will now square off on Thursday at 6 p.m. ET. UofL now seeks to sweep regular season and tournament titles in consecutive seasons. Last year they swept titles for the first time since they swept the Metro in 1984. Those two seasons are the only times in program history where they have won both. They have won seven regular season titles (1984, 1992, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2018, 2019) and six conference tournament titles, the first five in the Metro (1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1993, 2018). Nine players have scored for the Cardinals in the last three games. Overall, nine players have scored in 13 games this season. Seven players are averaging more than 7.3 points and more than 19.4 minutes per game. Seven different players have scored 15-plus points in a game. The Cardinals won 72-63 at Virginia Tech on Feb. 10. They used a 26-12 second quarter to help build a 20-point lead before hanging on to a nine-point win. Durr and Fuehring combined for 55 of Louisville’s 72 points in the win. Arica Carter, Asia Durr and Sam Fuehring will go down as one of the most accomplished senior classes in program history. They are off to a 27-2 start this season and are 63-5 in the last two seasons combined. Last season, they helped the Cardinals reach the program’s third Final Four and put together a program-best 36-3 record. Tickets LOUISVILLE, Ky. – After claiming its second straight Atlantic Coast Conference championship, No. 3 Louisville (27-2, 14-2) opens ACC Tournament play as the 2-seed on Friday night at 6 p.m. ET against either 7-seed Clemson (18-11, 9-7) or 10-seed Virginia Tech (20-10, 6-10). Louisville won 76-44 at Clemson on Feb. 2. After falling behind 4-0, they used an 18-0 run to pull ahead 18-4 and finished the first quarter with 20-10 lead. They then used a 32-6 run that began late in the second quarter and stretched into the final period. They outscored the Tigers 17-5 in the third and 24-12 in the fourth for a 41-17 second half advantage. Jazmine Jones led the Cardinals with 17 points as she went 3-for-3 from 3-point range. Last season’s ACC Tournament title marked the first conference tournament title under head coach Jeff Walz. Since his first season in 2007-08, the Cardinals boast an 18-10 record (.643) and have reached four championship games (2008, 2009, 2014, 2018). UofL is 9-6 in the Big East, 2-1 in the AAC, and 7-3 in the ACC in that span. With the 67-40 win at Pitt, the Cardinals concluded ACC play with a 14-2 record to clinch the regular season conference crown. It marked the first time in program history that they have won back-to-back regular season titles.
The 60th National Film Awards last week brought to light that the National School of Drama (NSD) is still the most proactive trainer in the industry, giving graduates an edge before and behind the camera in tinsel town and on stage.Five graduates the country’s premier drama school made the grade on the honour roll of the 60th National Film Awards. While filmmaker Tigmanshu Dhulia got the award for the best movie Paan Singh Tomar, Irrfan Khan won the best actor prize. Annu Kapoor and Dolly Ahluwalia got the the best supporting actors and actress award, respectively, with Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Industry watchers say the roster casts the spotlight on NSD, known for its intensive production-oriented training and focus on traditional theatre with international and regional exchanges. Set up in 1975 under the Ministry of Culture, NSD offers a three-year course that covers body language, martial arts, Sanskritic and western traditions of acting. It has two outreach wings – the theatre in school programme and the repertory company that takes theatre to children and to the regions. Senior NSD repertory artist Sukumar Tudu said: ‘A holistic training in acting and stage production can sustain an actor in the long run. Tigmanshu (Dhulia), Irrfan (Khan), Dolly (Ahluwalia), Nawaz (Nawazuddin)… they were all trained in traditional and western theatre methods at the school…the NSD training gives them substance and ease to fit into any character on the stage.’
Modern Times Group has reported a 2% increase in half year revenues of SEK6.8 billion (€800 million).The broadcaster’s year on year pre-tax profit for the six months to end-June fell to SEK1.2 billion from SEK1.4 billion a year earlier.The company’s advertising supported channels are suffering from the effects of reduced spending, but MTG management said the impact of reduced ad revenues are being offset by subscriptions revenues from its pay TV operations.Hans-Holger Albrecht, company president and CEO, said: “The second quarter results again demonstrate the benefit of our integrated business model, with the long term growth in our subscription funded pay TV businesses offsetting the short term decline in our advertising funded free-TV businesses.”
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