first_imgJudy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ MOST READ “This is definitely the highlight of my year,” said Wong, who came over with patellar tendonitis in her right knee. She scored 9.68 points in each of the events. “I was so nervous in the first event because I was running fifth.”Lindswell of Indonesia pocketed the gold with an effort of 19.50, with Mok Yueng Juanita of Hong Kong settling for the silver at 19.42.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’“I had to make sure that I gave out an impressive performance in the second discipline to have a chance,” added Wong, who won gold in the Southeast Asian Games last year. “I had a difficult time bending because of my tendonitis. But I feel relieved that it’s all over now and all the hard work paid off.”That medal sort of made up for sorry finishes in several sports, counting shooting where Hagen Topacio finished dead last in the men’s trap event over at Jakabaring Complex in Palembang, and the joint sixth place finishes of John Derrick Farr and Leah Belgira in the men’s and women’s mountain bike’s downhill race compounding the heartaches. “Had we ridden the course several times, we could have performed better,” Farr said.Anticipation is rising as Jordan Clarkson debuts for Gilas Pilipinas in the 4 p.m. (5 p.m. in Manila) clash with heavy favorite China in the basketball competitions, even as the women’s volleyball team tries to bounce back from a sound beating at the hands of Thailand when it slugs it out with another regional force in Japan also at 4 p.m.The Blu Girls notched a second straight win in softball, turning back South Korea, 5-3, but will be colliding with powerhouse China at 8 p.m. to complete their double header Monday. Team PH’s first win came Sunday night, a 7-0 destruction of Hong Kong.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Bronze medalist Agatha Wong carries the Philippine flag after the women’s taijijian event of the wushu competition of the 18th Asian Games at Jakarta International Expo on Monday. Aaron Favila/APJAKARTA—Still not in perfect health but with a fighting heart that canceled that out, Asian Games rookie Agatha Wong delivered a wushu performance for the bronze that highlighted a bleak day for Team Philippines in the 18th edition of this continental showcase on Monday.As Filipinos stumbled by the wayside in several fronts, the 20-year-old Wong scored 19.36 points in the women’s combined taijiquan and taijijian events for the country’s third bronze medal that came a day after the men’s and women’s poomsae trios finished third also at GBK’s Taekwondo Hall.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Peza offers relief to ecozone firms Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Guiao: Nationals ready for everything DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced Topacio, after qualifying for the final round with in fifth spot just a point behind a four-way tie, couldn’t put it together when it all mattered, shooting just 18 points and finishing sixth and last in the medal round.Chinese Taipei’s Yang Kunpi scooped up his country’s first gold with a 48-point effort, with Lakshay Lakshay of India checking in second with 43 and South Korea’s Ahn Daemyong securing the bronze with 30 points.Jasmine Alkhaldi finished seventh in the 200-meter women’s breaststroke finals at the Aquatics Center at GBK, clocking 56.29 seconds to be more than three seconds behind champion Ikee Rikako of Japan.Rikako timed 53.27 seconds and established a new Games record, beating two Chinese in the process. Zhu Menghui was second at 53.56, with Yang JunXuan pocketing the bronze at 54.17.Farr and Belgira, a couple of 22-year-old rookies, rued the lack of practice on the course for their failure to collect podium finishes.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles03:12Kevin Durant out with Achilles injury; to undergo MRI on Tuesday02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

Central Demerara Lions awards four NGSA students

first_imgThe Lions Club of Central Demerara awarded the top four students from schools along East Bank Demerara highway in recognition of their excellent achievement at this year’s National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) examination.The bursary presentation was held at Central Demerara Lions residence in Providence, East Bank Demerara, on Sunday. The students’ teachers and parents were also recognised for creating the path to excellence.The top four performers earned placements at one of the country’s premiere secondary schools, Queen’s College: Ruben Cush of KuruKuru Primary gained 555 marks; Joshua Kaladen of Peter’s Hall Primary gained 554; Chandrapaul Sukhu of New Diamond Grove Primary scored 548: and Jonathan Arjune of Covent Garden Primary gained 543.Lions Club members along with beneficiariesThe President of Central Demerara Lions, Dwarta Singh congratulated the top performers who are all males, and noted that at the previous bursary awards, the recipients were all females.He challenged the young men to reappear before him in the next five years when they have completed their Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) examinations.Education officer Loren Park who delivered the feature address urged the students to remain focused at secondary school and not “get lost through the cracks”. He urged parents to not shelter their children too much but to take them to places where they can be inspired and add values to people’s lives:“When my daughter reaches 12 years old I will take her to the area around the post office, Georgetown Public Hospital and Bourda Market for her to see how life is different for many other individuals. So she can be sensitive to the things around here and be humane and humble.”Park further encouraged the boys to be respectful and humble in their pursuit of secondary education.Past president Lion Ivor English of Central Demerara Lions expressed his delight at being able to offer words of wisdom to the top performers.He briefly remarked that these top students have a tendency of operating “as they have arrived” at these top schools and forgetting the need to continue working; however he thanked the children for humbly accepting the bursaries from Central Demerara Lions.Top student Cush spoke on behalf of his fellow peers, noting their thankfulness to God and their families, who he described as “cornerstones”. Cush also thanked the teachers and headteachers of their respective schools for the great input in their achievements.Central Demerara Lions disclosed that the group is seeking to undertake greater projects besides painting pedestrian crossings and offering bursaries.last_img read more


first_imgOf people dwelling with no passion and no affectionOf siblings not giving enough room to brotherhoodOf upset fathers wishing they never had those sonsOf daughter making mother tears fall like cascadesOf neighbors in fears of each other anticsHow I wish I uniteOf workers striving for the ultimate so far-fetchedOf children profoundly wanting all the impossibleOf us not making enough room for understandingOf times all lost in senseless calamitiesOf angers that should have long ago had love insteadHow I wish I uniteShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img

‘April Fool’ Causes Stir in MOVEE

first_imgAn ‘April Fool’ media report that former CBL Governor Dr. Mills Jones had broken silence on his political plans and had pledged support to Vice President Joseph Boakai’s Presidential bid caused anxiety in the newly established political party, the Movement for Economic Empowerment (MOVEE), causing its chairman to react to the report.MOVEE Chairman Dee-Maxwell Kemayah denied that Dr. Jones had ever divulged his political plans as insinuated by the ‘April Fool’ report.He said Dr. Jones has not yet broken silence on his political ambition as speculated in the story.The story, which caused an upset in the party, was broadcast on April 1 by the Renaissance Communication Incorporated, owner of Truth FM/ Real TV as an ‘April Fool’ report.“We are all cognizant of the fact that today, April 1 is April Fool Day. While it is true we recognize that, we want to be quick to point out that as a party that takes into consideration the Liberian gullible society, we do not want to take a joke that has serious implications on the lives of the almost four million Liberians for granted,” Mr. Kemayah said at a press conference.He said the report implied that Dr. Jones recently made the disclosure to the media, which he said was “false, because Dr. Jones has not considered breaking silence on his political ambition.”Mr. Kemayah also denied that the party was in discussions with the V.P. Boakai camp regarding support from Dr. Jones to Ambassador Boakai.“We would like to state here in the strongest terms that the assertion is far from the truth; this is not reality and has no iota of truth. It is a clear attempt, we believe as a party, on the part of the detractors to draw the attention of our partisans to other political parties,” said chairman Kemayah.The MOVEE national chairman warned that those who are behind the propaganda using April Fool’s Day as a facade should stop, “because almost every Liberian depends on Dr. Jones’ leadership, even though he has not broken silence on his presidency bid.”Kemayah said the lives of Liberians are not lives that one should play fool with, adding: “The people are suffering and looking for a redeemer, so there will be no way that the former governor will just support the camp of Ambassador Boakai.”“If you are patriotic or true nationalists, you will not take such a joke. Even April Fool has a limit. We received a lot of calls since this morning from the 15 counties including the Diaspora, who expressed concern on the issue. As national chairman of MOVEE, which Dr. Jones is an affiliate member, I deny the report because this man has not broken silence on any political ambition, no support to anybody. Even if he has to, he will not dash the hope of Liberians who believe in his leadership and economic empowerment.”Chairman Kemayah said Dr. Jones is considered by many Liberians as a man of hope for their future; a promise that they hope will not be dashed.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Stolen car found stripped in Guyhoc Park

first_imgPoultry farm robberySilver-grey Toyota Premio PTT 502, stolen during a robbery at Craig, East Bank Demerara, was found stripped of its parts at Guyhoc Park, East Ruimveldt, Georgetown.The car that was taken by bandits on Thursday lastAt the time of the discovery, the car was carrying registration number PRR 8349, and its lights, front bumper, mirrors and other accessories were missing. The car was later confirmed to belong to Lalbeharry’s Poultry Farm at Buzz-Bee-Dam, Craig, East Bank Demerara, which was invaded on May 24 and robbed of over $6 million.The vehicle was reportedly identified by several features installed by the owner’s son.On May 24, at about 04:14h, four armed men invaded the head office of the poultry business at Craig, EBD. It was reported that on the morning of the robbery, one of the owners was awakened by the sound of a “loud explosion”. He thought it was electrical in nature, but soon heard his mother pleading for her life.Within seconds, three armed men barged into his room and held him at gunpoint. Whist there, the bandits demanded money and gold.Fearful for her life and that of her son’s, the 56-year-old businesswoman immediately complied with the bandits’ demands, handing over to the men a sum of cash and a quantity of jewellery. They then escaped with the motorcar.It was later discovered that the bandits might have been holing up in the house for quite some time, since cigarette ash was found in the lower flat of the building.Back in 2017, this family had suffered significant losses following a burglary committed on their Craig Public Road business. To date, no arrest has been made.last_img read more

Resources for seniors

first_imgHere’s a list of resources available to Valley seniors: • Southwest Valley: ONEgeneration Senior Center, 18255 Victory Blvd., Reseda; (818) 705-2345. • East Valley Multipurpose Senior Center (includes Handiworker Program, which provides free home repairs and meals to qualifying seniors), 5000 Colfax Ave., North Hollywood; (818) 766-5165. • Bernardi Multipurpose Senior Center, 6514 Sylmar Ave., Van Nuys; (818) 781-1101. Director, Rosalinda Gonzales. • Northeast Valley Multipurpose Senior Center, 11300 Glenoaks Blvd., Pacoima; (818) 834-6100. • Robert M. Wilkinson Multipurpose Center, 8956 Vanalden Ave., Northridge; (818) 756-7741. • Canoga Park Senior Center, 7326 Jordan Ave., Canoga Park; (818) 340-2633. • Mid-Valley Senior Center, 14450 Valerio St., Van Nuys; (818) 785-8488. • North Hollywood Senior Center, 11430 Chandler Blvd., North Hollywood; (818) 763-5361. Director, Pat Kent. • Sunland Senior Center, 8640 Fenwick Ave., Sunland; (818) 353-9571. • Van Nuys-Sherman Oaks Senior Center, 5040 Van Nuys Blvd., Sherman Oaks; (818) 756-9146. • Los Angeles Department of Aging: (800) 510-2020. • Meals on Wheels: (818) 374-5350. • San Fernando Valley Interfaith Council Senior Nutrition Program, a meal program for seniors over age 60. Recommended donation of $2.50 per meal. (818) 781-3300. • ONEgeneration Center, 17400 Victory Blvd., Van Nuys; (818) 708-6625. Offers adult day care, rehabilitation, physical therapy and counseling. • Elder Abuse Hotline: (800) 992-1660. • H.O.P.E. Unit Foundation Inc., providing group support for bereavement, cancer patients and family members; (818) 788-HOPE. • Golden State Care Center for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia residents, 21820 Craggy View, Box 3909, Chatsworth; (818) 882-8233. • Jewish Community Center of the North Valley, 16601 Rinaldi St., Granada Hills; (818) 360-2211. • Legal services for seniors; (818) 227-0489. • Alternative Living For the Aging, 937 N. Fairfax Ave., West Hollywood; (323) 650-7988. • Senior Companion Program: a voluntary peer support program that provides volunteer opportunities for low-income persons 60 years or older; (213) 621-2257. • Medicare Information, (800) 633-4227. • Elder Care Locator, (800) 677-1116. • Social Security, (800) 772-1213. • Jewish Family Services, (323) 937-5930. • Housing Authority, (213) 252-2500. • L.A. Department on Disability, (213) 485-6334. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Mwalala targets hold on second, unbeaten run

first_img0Shares0000Bandari FC head coach Bernard Mwalala gives instructions to his players at half time during their Kenyan Premier League match against Tusker FC at the Ruaraka Complex on August 12, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 25 – Bandari FC head coach Bernard Mwalala will have two things on his agenda when the dockers host Sofapaka at the Mbaraki Complex in Mombasa on Wednesday; firming a hold on second spot in the SportPesa Premier League standings and maintaining his unbeaten record since joining the club.Mwalala who joined Bandari in mid-season from Nzoia Sugar has had a 10-match unbeaten streak with the side, guiding them to eight wins and dropping points only twice. “It has been like a dream run for me because most of the times when a new coach comes into a team, he struggles to lay his philosophy but for me it has been different. The players were very receptive of my methods and they adapted quickly that is why we have had no struggles,” Mwalala noted.Bandari have not fluked in their wins and apart from famously breaking Gor Mahia’s unbeaten run with a 2-1 win at Mbaraki, they have picked victories against the likes of Kariobangi Sharks, Posta Rangers and Tusker FC.On Wednesday, they take on a Sofapaka side struggling to blow in results in the Premier League, but beaming with confidence after picking a ticket to the Football Kenya Federation Shield final following their 1-0 victory in the semis against defending champions AFC Leopards.Mwalala says his team is ready for the huge task and remains confident that his side will emerge victorious especially noting they will be playing on home turf.Sofapaka players celebrate Ezekiel Okare’s winner during their Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Shield tie against Tusker FC at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on September 2, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“Sofapaka is a very good team. I have watched many of their matches this season and I know it will not be an easy task for us. The target remains to continue with the good run we have had and cement our hold on second position which is where we want to finish the season in,” the tactician further explained.He is however worried that his side has not been taking their chances as early as he would have loved and has challenged his striking force to bang in the goals early.“Tomorrow’s game will be a game of chances. Whoever takes his chances early will win. We have had this problem for a while now that we create so many chances but we don’t convert many. In games such as Sofapaka’s we have to be lethal,” the former Harambee Stars forward further stated.Bandari convincingly won the first leg 3-0 in Machakos and the return hope to complete the home and away drubbing for a sixth victory in 16 meetings over Batoto ba Mungu.Sofapaka come into the tie tails up after last weekend’s FKF Shield final qualification and head coach John Baraza hopes the squad can maintain the same form back in the league.“We had hoped to win the league title, but now it’s impossible. The target is to finish the season strongly and at least, we should be getting into the top three,” said Baraza of Sofapaka’s targets, currently fifth in the standings.Sofapaka striker Ellie Asieche celebrates with team-mates after scoring the winner against defending champions AFC Leopards in the FKF Shield semiBatoto ba Mungu are on a run of three wins on the trot having beaten Posta Rangers, Tusker FC and Kakamega Homeboyz.The results have seen them move to 50 points, one shy of third placed AFC Leopards and eight behind second placed Bandari FC.Leopards will be hoping to wipe the blushes of their Shield exit when they take on Tusker FC in Machakos in Wednesday’s early kick off.In other matches, Ulinzi Stars take on Zoo Kericho at their Green Stadium backyard while Mathare United, placed eighth in the standings play Posta Rangers in Kasarani.KPL midweek fixtures: Vihiga United v Gor Mahia, Kakamega Hombeoyz v Sony Sugar (Mumias), AFC Leopards v Tusker FC, Kariobangi Sharks v Wazito (Machakos), Bandari v Sofapaka (Mombasa), Mathare United v Posta Rangers (Kasarani), Nakumatt v Nzoia Sugar (Camp Toyoyo), Zoo Kericho v Ulinzi Stars (Kericho).Thursday: Thika United v Chemelil Sugar (Thika).0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Pamela Anderson dons white for her ‘big day’

first_imgThe head of One Voice’s Ramallah office, Fathi Darwish, said Adams would launch the West Bank event at a football stadium in the ancient town of Jericho, then head to Tel Aviv to perform.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Salomon, 38, is best-known for making a sex videotape with Paris Hilton, his girlfriend at the time, and was previously married to actress Shannen Doherty. Anderson was previously married to singer Kid Rock and Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee. Rumors of the couple’s wedding plans have circulated since they applied for a marriage license last week. Adams plans peace concerts The Canadian rocker Bryan Adams will headline concerts for peace in the West Bank and Israel next week, with his performances relayed by satellite to London, Ottawa and Washington, organizers said Sunday. The New York-based One Voice peace movement said the concerts were aimed at bolstering its campaign to collect 1 million signatures of ordinary Israelis and Palestinians demanding that their leaders sit down and finalize an agreement on a Palestinian state living at peace with Israel. Pamela Anderson and Rick Salomon married Saturday evening between the former “Baywatch” star’s performances on the Las Vegas Strip, according to published reports. Anderson, 40, wore a white denim Valentino dress, according to a report on People magazine’s Web site. The vows were squeezed in between the 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. shows of “Hans Klok’s The Beauty of Magic” at Planet Hollywood resort, casino spokeswoman Amy Sadowsky said. Anderson is starring as a magician’s assistant. “Hello, I just got married … I did,” she said after performing the second show of the night. “I’m distracted. It’s a big day. A big day at the office.” last_img read more

BREAKING: FIFA whistleblower admits executive committee members took bribes to facilitate World Cup bids

first_img1 FIFA whistleblower Chuck Blazer has admitted executive committee members took bribes to facilitate a number of World Cup bids, including the 1998 and 2010 tournaments in France and South Africa respectively.In a testimony published by the United States Department of Justice, Blazer confessed at least two acts of racketeering took place in relation to the award of football’s primary competition.He said: “I agreed with other persons in or around 1992 to facilitate the acceptance of a bribe in conjunction with the selection of the host nation for the 1998 World Cup.“Beginning in or around 2004 and continuing through 2011, I and others on the FIFA executive committee agreed to accept bribes in conjunction with the selection of South Africa as the host nation of the 2010 World Cup.”The American administrator also added that during his association with FIFA and CONCACAF, he took bribes in conjunction with the broadcasting rights of the 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002 and 2003 Gold Cups.The news is the latest in a dramatic week for football’s governing body, after president Sepp Blatter stood down on Tuesday following a corruption scandal that led to the arrest of several FIFA administrators. Last week 14 people were indicted on charges of racketeering and money laundering. Four others had already been charged, including Blazer.The US justice department alleges they accepted bribes and kickbacks estimated at more than 150million US dollars over a 24-year period.The FIFA scandal has led to question marks being placed over the 2018 and 2022 World Cups in Russia and Qatar, with many commentators suggesting the bidding process for those tournaments should be held again.Qatar World Cup organisers insist the crisis at FIFA will not affect their preparations for the tournament in 2022.A statement from Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy said: “The recent events at FIFA will not impact on our preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. With five stadiums currently under construction we are ahead of schedule to deliver on our promises.“Qatar has faced criticism from the moment we won the right to bring this tournament to the Middle East for the first time. We remain committed to using the World Cup as a platform to break down prejudice and misconceptions, while leaving a lasting legacy for our country and the rest of the region.”Blatter’s shock announcement he is to step down as FIFA president continued to reverberate throughout football as South Africa’s sports minister denied the country had paid World Cup bribes.The South African Football Association sent a letter – obtained by Press Association Sport – in 2008 to FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke saying that 10million US dollars should be administered directly by Warner, who is currently on bail in Trinidad pending extradition to the United States.South Africa’s sports minister Fikile Mbalula said the money – described as a bribe to secure the World Cup for South Africa by a US justice department indictment – was an agreed contribution to support the “African diaspora” in the Caribbean.Mbalula told a news conference: “The money was to support other projects in the diaspora. What we are saying is we did not bribe. We don’t know what compromised individuals say when they are compromised.”Mbalula added that the South African government did not know what had happened to the money.He said: “We don’t know. We can’t account for it. The fact that later they turned gangsters, that is not our problem. We were not sniffer dogs to check everybody’s legitimacy.”Valcke has also protested his innocence.He told France Info radio: “I have nothing to blame myself for and I certainly do not feel guilty so I do not even have to justify my innocence.”South Korea’s former FIFA vice-president Chung Mong-Joon said he is considering standing to succeed Blatter.UEFA president Michel Platini, one of the possible candidates to succeed 79-year-old Blatter, has postponed a meeting of European associations in Berlin on Saturday.The Russia 2018 local organising committee praised Blatter for his “enormous contribution” to football at all levels. FIFA last_img read more

Lewandowski not a fan of Manchester rain, Ozil to sign new Arsenal deal, Benteke blow for Liverpool – Paper review

first_imgHere are the top transfer-related stories in Thursday’s newspapers…Arsene Wenger made discreet inquiries about signing Robert Lewandowski this summer, but Bayern Munich insisted the striker, who scored five goals in nine minutes this week, was not for sale for any price. (Daily Mail)The Poland striker’s agent was asked about the player’s future after the 5-1 victory against Wolfsburg: “Manchester? It always rains there. Barcelona or Madrid? They are nice places.” (AS)Arsenal could face an FA investigation after their supporters tore down advertising hoardings at White Hart Lane following their 2-1 League Cup win over derby rivals Tottenham. (Daily Mail)Gunners playmaker Mesut Ozil is poised to sign a new contract with the club. (Daily Mirror)However, according to his agent, the Germany international could join Turkish club Fenerbahce in the summer. (Radyospor) Arsenal will make a £13million bid for 21-year-old Juventus defender Daniele Ruganiin January. (Calciomercato) Liverpool’s Belgium striker Christian Benteke, 24, is unlikely to recover from a hamstring injury in time to face former side Aston Villa on Saturday. (The Times)Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho could serve a five-match ban for use of sexist language towards Eva Carneiro, after video footage of his touchline row was submitted to the FA. (Daily Express)Birmingham’s 19-year-old wonderkid Demarai Gray can leave the club for just £3.5million in the January transfer window, with Liverpool strongly linked with the tricky forward. (Daily Mirror)And here are some of the top stories on talkSPORT.com:VIDEO: Liverpool flop Iago Aspas scores incredible chip against Barcelona‘The real Balotelli has returned’ – Liverpool flop keen to prove critics wrong after stunning AC Milan free-kickExclusive – ‘Stop tinkering, Brendan!’ Liverpool legend Ray Houghton’s warning to under-pressure RodgersArsenal and Liverpool-linked Lucas Digne confirms interest from Premier League‘Hugo Lloris is the best goalkeeper in the Premier League’, former Tottenham stopper Paul Robinson tells talkSPORTSir Alex Ferguson blamed agent for Paul Pogba’s Man United exit – and he hits backChelsea blow! Defensive target reveals he could stay at Marseille in January‘I feel fantastic!’ – Andy Carroll delighted after making first West Ham start in seven monthslast_img read more