2018 Primary Election Results

first_img  Statewide %Ripley County %Decatur County %Franklin County %Dearborn County % Decatur County Election Results (100% Reporting) Ripley and Decatur Federal Results.[Will be updated.] OfficeCandidate (Party)Percentage OfficeCandidate (Party)Percentage Ripley County Election Results (100% Reporting) US SenateMike Braun (R)5472.6669.3575.5472.76 Joe Donnelly (D)4224.8225.3921.7824.54 Lucy Brenton (L)42.515.252.682.67 Secretary of StateConnie Lawson (R)5974.0377.2577.3473.71 Jim Harper (D)3822.8919.5519.7622.96 Mark Rutherford (L) Auditor of StateTera Klutz (R)5873.1774.8776.1772.91 Joselyn Whitticker (D)3823.5121.8620.1923.22 John Schick (L)43.323.273.643.87 Treasurer of StateKelly Mitchell (R)6177.1079.5580.4276.88 John Aguilera (D)3922.9020.4519.5823.12 District 6 CongressGreg Pence (R)6272.8174.5374.1173.88 Jeannine Lee Lake (D)3522.8422.3518.7823.53 Tom Ferkinhoff (L)34.353.087.102.58 District 27 State SenateJeff Raatz (R)69—-79.5877.75 Jerome Hoog (D)31—-20.4222.25 District 43 State SenateClyde Perfect (R)100100100–100 District 55 State RepresentativeCindy Ziemke (R)7074.2073.8175.06– Corinne Westerfield (D)3025.8026.1924.94– District 67 State RepresentativeRandy Frye (R)7880.1484.65–76.60 Cordelle Feuston (D)2219.8615.35–23.40 District 68 State RepresentativeRandy Lyness (R)78—-82.1777.90 Matt Gaustad (D)22—-17.8322.09 Public Question #1Yes7277.1077.5778.2178.04 No2822.9022.4321.7921.96 Public Question Indiana Supreme Court Justice RetentionYes73.7372.0773.6676.67 No26.2727.9326.3423.33 Public Question Court of Appeals District 2 RetentionYes74.1673.24–77.12 No25.8426.76–22.88 Prosecuting AttorneyRichard Hertel (R)100 AuditorAmy Copeland (R)100 SheriffJeffrey Cumberworth (R)100 SurveyorJeffrey French (R)100 AssessorShawna Bushhorn (R)100 D1 CommissionerMark Horstman (R)71.25 Jay Gayheart (D)28.75 D1 County CouncilRon Decker (R)100 D2 County CouncilRob Seig (R)100 D3 County CouncilSteven Gloyd (R)74.87 Rachael Melton-Curl (D)25.13 D4 County CouncilDavid Tebbing (R)68.09 Edward Armbrecht (D)31.91 Adams TrusteeRandall Ashcraft (R)65.91 Edward Gindling (D)34.09 Brown TrusteeKenneth Copeland (R)100 Center TrusteeBrenda Warren (R)100 Delaware TrusteePaul Hardy (R)100 Franklin TrusteeWilliam Kissell (R)100 Jackson TrusteeAnnette Pindell (R)100 Johnson TrusteeToni Halcomb (R)100 Laughery TrusteeMichael Weiler (R)100 Otter Creek TrusteeCynthia Melton (D)100 Shelby TrusteePhillip Morgan (D)100 Washington TrusteeJeffery Poole (R)100 Adams BoardRobert Reiners (R)26.18 Carol Siebert (R)26.50 Richard Feller (D)14.27 Don Hartman (D)16.28 Paul Voss (D)16.76 Brown BoardRoger Gullion (R)29.67 Edwena Mathews (R)27.39 James Meyer (R)26.77 Janice Linkmeyer (D)16.17 Center BoardCarolyn Carpenter (R)32.29 Ruth Hughes (R)34.77 Donna Linville (R)32.94 Delaware BoardJames Purdy (R)31.76 Lorraine Workman (R)33.49 Kathleen Dickman (D)20.31 James Grigsby (D)14.44 Franklin BoardShirley Bocock (R)40.49 Tiffany Horstman (R)36.77 Norma Newton (D)22.74 Jackson BoardDenise Schmaltz (R)34.42 Jane VanKirk (R)36.32 Jack Schuerman (D)29.26 Johnson BoardMarilyn Hunt (R)33.33 Carrie McNew (R)32.03 Dennis Sanders (R)34.64 Laughery BoardBob Mattucci (R)100 Otter Creek BoardRuth Ann Adkinson (R)33.39 Janine Stratton (R)40.37 Tammy Wiley (R)26.24 Shelby BoardCheryl Welch (R)49.39 Marilyn Hance (D)28.01 John Meisberger (D)22.60 Washington BoardDebra Cutter (D)100 Town of Osgood CouncilHolley Rose (R)55.89 Norman Kappes (D)44.11 Milan Town Clerk/TreasurerDebra Hackman (R)100 Milan Town CouncilDonald Call (R)36.48 Floyd Fox (R)31.60 Deb Shumate (R)31.92 Batesville School Board District 1Becky Nobbe100 Batesville School Board District 2Tory Flynn51.64 Lawrence Merkel48.36 Batesville School Board District 4Stephen Stein100 Jac-Cen-Del School Board District 1Jason Wagner100 Jac-Cen-Del School Board District 2Jason Smith100 Jac-Cen-Del School Board District 4Jim Westerman100 Milan School Board At-LargeTimothy Tuttle100 Milan School Board – FranklinGreg Lewis100 Milan School Board – WashingtonMichael Brandes100 South Ripley School Board District 1Danielle McGee100 South Ripley School Board District 2Tim Taylor100 South Ripley School Board District 4Andrew Miller100 South Ripley School Board District 5Robert Garcia100 Sunman-Dearborn School Board District 1Michael Norman100 Sunman-Dearborn School Board District 4Glenn Scholl100 Sunman-Dearborn School Board District 5Gary Gellert100 Sunman-Dearborn School Board District 6Dawn Burke63.05 Michael Griffin36.95 Judge of Circuit CourtTimothy Day (R)100 Prosecuting AttorneyNathan Harter (R)100 Circuit Court ClerkAdina Roberts (R)63.35 Karen Higginbotham (D)36.65 County RecorderDottie Robbins (R)100 SheriffWilliam Meyerrose (R)49.61 Dave Durant (D)50.39 CoronerDoug Banks (R)100 AssessorDorene Greiwe (R)100 D2 CommissionerJerome Buening (R)100 D1 County CouncilKenny Hooten (R)61.42 Ryan Maddux (D)38.58 D2 County CouncilDanny Peters (R)100 D3 County CouncilDeanna Burkart (R)57.40 Fred Fry (D)23.92 Matthew Morrow (I)18.69 D4 County CouncilLarry Meyer (R)100 Adams TrusteeCharlie Connall (R)100 Clay TrusteeDavid Israel (R)100 Clinton TrusteeRonnie Bruner (R)100 Fugit TrusteeJames Geis (R)100 Jackson TrusteeBrenda Shireman (R)73.25 Jacob Mattox (D)26.75 Marion TrusteeElizabeth Fry (R)87.98 Benjamin Tylka (D)12.02 Saltcreek TrusteeFred Krieger (R)74.90 George Connall (D)25.10 Sandcreek TrusteeDan Wenning (R)100 Washington TrusteeChristian Rust (R)100 Adams BoardAndy Hunter (R)33.91 Bradley Scheidler (R)31.55 Dennis Shuppert (R)34.55 Clay BoardKelli Koors (R)35.04 Jerry Wiseman (R)36.12 Ann Stagge (D)28.84 Clinton BoardStanley Schoettmer (R)34.31 Brian Schwering (R)35.37 Linda Volk (R)30.32 Fugit BoardTom Carroll (R)29.01 Carl Geis (R)37.30 Bart Metz (R)33.69 Jackson BoardJohn Emly (R)32.98 Steve Fortner (R)35.88 G Troy Hill (R)31.13 Marion BoardCarl Stier (R)30.84 Mary Stier (R)26.04 Jim Koors (D)15.29 Gretchen Stone (D)17.38 Donald Wilmer (D)10.44 Saltcreek BoardDennis Kinker (R)100 Sandcreek BoardDennis Cox (D)100 Washington BoardEdward Dwenger (R)31.33 Leon Johnson (R)25.59 James Stewart (R)27.15 Terrah Nunley (D)15.93 Decatur County Community School Board District A At-LargeChris Owens100 Decatur County Community School Board District BTodd Mauer100 Decatur County Community School Board District CLizette Bell100 Decatur County Community School Board District DMatthew Hoeing100last_img read more

Over in three quarters

first_imgDrew Gillette had 21 points and the Fortuna Huskies boys’ basketball team won its 10th straight game, this time by a 64-39 margin on the road against the Arcata Tigers on the home team’s senior night, Wednesday night at Arcata High.Wednesday’s game, as with the Tigers’ 83-51 loss to Fortuna on Jan. 10, was decided early on.The Huskies jumped out to a seven-point lead to open to game before the Tigers were able to get a point on the board as, similarly to when the two teams first met in …last_img

Quick Photo/Video Project: Storing Seamless Paper Backdrops

first_imgThis DIY project is a simple solution for storing your seamless photo/video backdrops or gel rolls.The following video tutorial from pro photographer Rob Grimm will definitely have you saying “Why didn’t I think of that!?”  If you work with seamless paper backgrounds or rolls of lighting gels, you’ve no doubt struggled with how to store them. Paper seamless is prone to getting dirty or wrinkled, rendering it pretty useless when it comes time to shoot with it.Rob’s  DIY solution involves making a simple hanging system using common (and inexpensive) hardware materials: rope/string, dowel rods, a board and eye hooks. Additionally, he painted a chalkboard on the wall behind it, making it easy to take notes on inventory. This quick project is perfect for anyone with their own photo or video studio.Thanks for sharing, Rob! Originally posted on the fantastic photography site, DIYPhotography.comlast_img read more

Cincinnati Apparel Company Has Hysterical New Ohio State Shirt Featuring Depressed Michigan Fan

first_imgOhio State Buckeye fans doing the "O-H-I-O" chant.COLUMBUS, OH – SEPTEMBER 27: Ohio State Buckeyes fans cheer on their team against the Minnesota Golden Gophers on September 27, 2008 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)Michigan State fans are not the only ones delerious with joy after Michigan’s last play collapse on Saturday. Ohio State fans aren’t afraid to revel in any loss by the “Team Up North.” “Cincy Shirts,” an Ohio apparel company, printed a new shirt called “The Disappointment Up North” after the game, featuring the depressed Michigan fan that went viral after the Wolverines’ loss. It is pretty perfect.Sorry folks, but we had to! Depressed Michigan Fan shirt now available!Get yours here –> http://goo.gl/Y0zxowPosted by Cincy Shirts on Saturday, October 17, 2015The shirts are available for order at CincyShirts.com. We expect a few Buckeye fans will be interested in them.[CincyShirts.com]last_img read more

2017 SOCAN Songwriting Prize Finalists Vie for 10000

first_imgAdvertisement Facebook Login/Register With: TORONTO – SOCAN today announced the finalists for the SOCAN Songwriting Prize, the prestigious competition that celebrates the incredible talent of emerging Canadian songwriters over the past year. The selection of 10 English and 10 French songs showcases artists from diverse genres. Once again, music fans will determine the winner, and for the first time in the 12-year history of the prize, fans will have the opportunity to vote for a single nominee – Charlotte Cardin – in both English and French categories beginning on June 15th.The 10 English songs nominated this year:“Acid Test” – written by Tommy Paxton-Beesley, Thadeus Gardwood, Johnathan Mavrogiannis, Dan Voicu; performed by River Tiber; published by Raise Your Hands Music [Arts & Crafts Music].“Big Boy” – written by Charlotte Cardin; performed by Charlotte Cardin.“DVP” – written by Stefan Babcock, Nestor Chumak, Zachary Mykula, Steve Sladkowski;performed by PUP.“Figures” – written by Jessie Reyez, Bjoran Johan, Tobias Frelin, Blake Carter; performed by Jessie Reyez; published by BMG Rights Management.“Glowed Up” – written by Kevin Celestin, Brandon Anderson; performed by Kaytranada featuring Anderson .Paak; published by Watch and Learn/BMI, PULSE, Casablanca Publishing.“Push + Pull” – written by Thomas D’Arcy, Ian Docherty, Peter Dreimanis, Leah Goldstein, Danny Miles, Josh Warburton; performed by July Talk; published by July Talk Music Inc., GalleryAC Music.“Shithole” – written by Jasmyn Burke, Morgan Waters; performed by Weaves.“We Don’t Know ” – written by Jeremy Drury, Jonathan Hembrey, Darryl James, Brian Pickett, David Ritter, Isabel Ritchie, Joanne Setterington; performed by The Strumbellas; published by Domino Music Publishing.“Won’t Live Here “ – written by Ashton Simmonds, Jordan Evans, Matthew Burnett, Tommy Paxton-Beesley, Ian Culley, Alexander Ernewein; performed by Daniel Caesar; published by Kobalt Music Publishing & Raise Your Hands Music [Arts & Crafts Music].“Work” – written by Charlotte Day Wilson; performed by Charlotte Day Wilson; published by Raise Your Hands Music [Arts & Crafts Music].For two weeks, from June 15-29, 2017, SOCAN invites music fans to vote for their favourite song from the nominees by visiting www.socansongwritingprize.ca or through Twitter using the hashtag #mySSPvote and identifying the performer’s name in the tweet. Fans can vote once daily through each platform for each of the English and French prize competitions. Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment The winning songs are scheduled to be announced the week of July 10, 2017.Winners will receive $10,000 in cash, an Epiphone Masterbilt Century Olympic Guitar, a Yamaha PSR-S970 keyboard, and a $500 gift card from Long & McQuade.“SOCAN supports emerging Canadian songwriters and composers every day, and the SOCAN Songwriting Prize celebrates the incredible and diverse talent of several of our best,” said Mike McCarty, chief membership & business development officer at SOCAN. “Each year, the nominees raise the bar, and this year is no different. No matter who wins, I am confident all of these potential superstars will continue to grow and flourish in the music community.”The French and English finalists are determined by respective independent panels of 15 music-industry influencers who nominate two songs that they feel were artistically superior by emerging Canadian songwriters, within the eligibility period (see Rules for complete criteria). All of the nominated songs are then compiled, reviewed and voted on by each panel to determine the final 10 nominees in each category. SOCAN does not have a role in determining nominees or winners.The 10 song finalists for the 2017 Prix de la chanson SOCAN, the Francophone counterpart to the SOCAN Songwriting Prize:“Apprendre à mentir” – written and performed by Lydia Képinski; published by Chivi Chivi.“Éclat” – written by John Nathaniel, Mariane Cossette Bacon, Alexe Gaudreault; performed by Alexe Gaudreault; published by John Nathaniel prod, Musicor.“Explosif” – written by Vincent Banville, Gregory Beaudoin, Jonathan Quirion, Jean-François Ruel, Pierre Savu-Massé, Charles-André Vincelette; performed by Dead Obies; published by Third Side Music.“Faufile” – written and performed by Charlotte Cardin.“J’aurai 100 ans” – written by Amélie Beyries, Maxime Le Flaguais; performed by Beyries avec Louis-Jean Cormier.“Je pense à toi” – written and performed by Bernhari; published by Editorial Avenue.“L’amour véritable est aux rebelles“ – written by Xavier Dufour Thériault, Jean-Philippe Godbout, Marc-André Landry, Julien Mineau, Ryan Battistuzzi, Jean-Cimon Tellier-Dubé; performed by Gazoline; published by Ambiances Ambigües / L-Abe.“Les ferrofluides-fleurs” – written by Klô Pelgag, Karl Gagnon; performed Klô Pelgag; published by Coop Les Faux-Monnayeurs.“Nord-Est” – written by Rosie Valland, Jessie Mac Cormack; performed by Rosie Valland; published by Ambiances Ambigües.“Rex” – written by Pierre-Luc Bégin, Éliane Préfontaine, Julia Daigle, Vincent Lévesque; performed by Paupière; published by Lisbon Lux.For all of the latest updates, follow the SOCAN Songwriting Prize on social media at @SOCANmusic and on twitter via the #SOCANprize hashtag.Previous winners of the SOCAN Songwriting Prize: Fast Romantics, “Julia” (2016); Dear Rouge, “I Heard I Had” (2015); Alejandra Ribera, “I Want” (2014); Mo Kenney, “Sucker” (2013); Kathleen Edwards, “A Soft Place to Land” (2012); Katie Moore, “Wake Up Like This” (2011); Brasstronaut, “Hearts Trompet” (2010); D-Sisive, “Nobody With a Notepad” (2009); The Weakerthans, “Night Windows” (2008); Abdominal, “Pedal Pusher” (2007); Propagandhi, “A Speculative Fiction” (2006).Previous winners of the Prix de la chanson SOCAN: Laurence Nerbonne, “Rêves d’été” (2016); Antoine Corriveau, “Le Nouveau vocabulaire” (2015); Patrice Michaud, “Mécaniques générales” (2014); Keith Kouna, “Batiscan” (2013); Koriass, “St-Eustache” (2012); Galaxie, “Piste 1” (2011); Vulgaires Machines, “Parasites” (2010); Bernard Adamus, “La question à 100 piasses” (2009); Karkwa, “Oublie pas” (2008); Tricot Machine, “L’Ours” (2007); Éve Cournoyer, “Tout arrive” (2006).About SOCANSOCAN connects more than four-million music creators worldwide and more than a quarter-million businesses and individuals in Canada. Nearly 150,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers are its direct members, and more than 130,000 organizations are Licensed To Play music across Canada. With a concerted use of progressive technology and a commitment to lead the global transformation of music rights, with wholly-owned companies Audiam and MediaNet, SOCAN is dedicated to upholding the fundamental truths that music has value and music creators and publishers deserve fair compensation for their work. For more information: www.socan.ca Twitterlast_img read more

Ohio State womens soccer upsets Tennessee advances to second round of NCAA

The Ohio State women’s soccer team opened the NCAA tournament with a victory Saturday, knocking off regional No. 4 seed Tennessee, 3-0, in Knoxville, Tenn. Junior forward Tiffany Cameron netted two of OSU’s goals, including a seventh-minute strike that set the tone early. She now has a team-leading eight goals on the season. OSU extended its lead to 2-0 on a 68th minute goal from sophomore midfielder Kristen Niederhaus. Cameron followed that up with her second goal of the game six minutes later. The Buckeyes outshot the Volunteers, 20-10, including a 9-3 advantage in shots on goal. Senior goalie Katie Baumgardner only needed to make three saves on her way to picking up her seventh shutout of the season. It was also her fourth shutout in six career NCAA tournament contests. The Buckeyes haven’t been as successful as they have wanted on the offensive attack lately, so the three scores were a welcome sign for the Buckeyes and coach Lori Walker. “For a team that’s struggled to find the back of the net, it was critical for us to have (Cameron) find the back of the net,” Walker said following the game according to the team’s webpage. “I think we have known all along that we are a quality team but soccer’s a cruel game and sometimes you don’t always get the results. … Hopefully we can continue this run.” The Buckeyes (11-8-2) advance to play second-seeded Milwaukee in the second round at 5 p.m. Friday at Duke’s Koskinen Stadium in Durham, N.C. read more

Ohio States Devin Smith electrifies Buckeye offense

OSU senior wide receiver Devin Smith attempts to catch a pass during a game against Navy at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on Aug. 30. Smith finished with 94 yards receiving on the day and one touchdown.Credit: Mark Batke / Photo editorIn the last four years, senior wide receiver Devin Smith has made his mark on Ohio State football history.From the game-winning catch against Wisconsin in 2011, to his 80-yard, go-ahead score Saturday against Navy, Smith seems to have a knack for making things happen.His score against Navy put the Buckeyes up for the remainder of the game, something he said he believes helped electrify the offense.“We had a slow start, and we were just trying to find ourselves,” Smith said Monday. “We had a few good plays leading up to that … Coach (Urban) Meyer took the shot and we executed very well.”Meyer, who named Smith as one of the OSU offensive champions of the week, said the wide receiver is one of the most explosive players he has ever coached.“I want to say one of the best (deep) ball players we’ve ever had. He adjusts so well to the ball,” Meyer said Monday. “He caught someone said 18 or 19 touchdowns, average (more than) 40 yards per catch on a touchdown. That’s unique. Extremely fast. Tracks the ball down very well.”Wide receivers coach Zach Smith said he thinks Devin Smith’s ability to beat defenses deep is a luxury, especially when the offense is able to run the football.“At some point, they (opposing defenses) have to decide what they are going to be weak at. Whether they are going to play softer and give you the underneath routes, or if they are going to tighten down to stop the slow, painful death and now they are susceptible to the deep shot,” Zach Smith said. “They have to pick their poison on a kid like that.”Zach Smith said Devin Smith’s speed isn’t the only thing that makes the senior wide receiver a threat.“Obviously he has elite speed which is probably the first skill you need, but he has an uncanny ability to track a football and he has really good ball skills on the deep ball,” Zach Smith said.Devin Smith — who has scored go-ahead or game-winning touchdowns against Wisconsin (2011,2013), Michigan State (2012), Iowa (2013) and now Navy, and holds the record for longest play from the line of scrimmage in school history with a 90-yard scoring catch against California (2013) — said he is just doing what he’s told to do to be successful.“Whenever coaches need me, I’m going to do my part and do everything I can to make that play for the football team,” Devin Smith said. “It is all about just trusting in my training and believing in the coaches and them believing in me.”Devin Smith entered his senior season with 1,572 career receiving yards and 18 touchdowns before adding 94 yards and a score against Navy. In comparison, former Buckeye speedster and current Arizona Cardinal Ted Ginn, Jr., totaled 1,943 yards and 15 receiving touchdowns during his three years in Columbus.Although Devin Smith excels at the long ball, coach Smith said the Massillon, Ohio, native could improve in other areas, particularly being more productive in the short-to-intermediate passing game.“That is one of the things that he was really committed to in the spring and in training camp when he was out there is becoming a more complete receiver,” coach Smith said. “That is a battle that everyone is fighting, and he has done a good job of that.”Devin Smith said the distinctive defense that Navy ran prevented him and the OSU offense from opening up the playbook, but added that when the Buckeyes dive into the offense deeper, people will see what he and the offense can do.“That is one thing we worked on all summer during practice and in the spring also,” he said. “It is a matter of time of just showing it. I think from now on, each and every game is going to be different, so you will get a chance to see different guys do different things.”While the Buckeyes are without senior quarterback Braxton Miller for the 2014 season after he tore the labrum in his throwing shoulder in late August, Meyer said the offense has to improve around redshirt-freshman quarterback J.T. Barrett in order for the coaches to open up the playbook.“I think Barrett’s part of it. The offensive line is a big part of it. What can those guys do and what can they do well?” Meyer said. “We’re expecting them in next couple of weeks to be able to do it all well. It’s not just J.T. When we say expand the playbook, it’s for J.T. and it’s for the offensive line.”Devin Smith said that despite Barrett’s relative inexperience, he is confident the offense and Barrett will continue to produce.“He is very mature. He acts like he is a starter,” Devin Smith said of Barrett. “I know how hungry he is, you can see it every day when he practices. I think with how hard he works, he is going to do everything he can to help this football team.”Devin Smith and the rest of the Buckeyes are set to take on Virginia Tech on Saturday at Ohio Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. read more

Frances World Cup winners given heros welcome

first_imgFrance’s World Cup winners returned home to an exuberant reception by the hundreds of thousands of supporters that turned up at Paris on Monday to greet the starsLes Bleus ended a wait of 20 years to win the second world title on Sunday, where they defeated first-time finalists Croatia 4-2 at Moscow to lift football’s most prestigious trophy once more.Since the victory, there have been non-stop celebrations back home with the fans clustering the Champs-Elysees, Paris’ most famous avenue, after the final.And upon their return on Monday morning to Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport, head coach Didier Deschamps and captain Hugo Lloris were the first to appear with the World Cup trophy in their grasp.The team then embarked on a parade through the streets of Paris in an open-top bus as they were driven down the Champs-Elysees amid clouds of flare smoke.Que c’est bon ! Le bonheur partout… Toutes les communes de France ont résonné de cris de joie et de chants pour cette 2ème étoile. Encore ! #FiersdetreBleus pic.twitter.com/L76vY6he4z— Equipe de France (@equipedefrance) July 16, 2018Once they arrived at the Elysee Palace, the players then met with president Emmanuel Macron.Euro 2020Report: Euro 2020 qualifying Group H George Patchias – September 11, 2019 Euro 2020 qualifying Group H is being controlled by France and Turkey, but Iceland is still in with a shout.Reigning world champions France ran…Équipe fière de la reconnaissance de notre République. #FiersdEtreBleus #VivelaFrance #VivelaRépublique pic.twitter.com/uyiQSbaIzj— Equipe de France (@equipedefrance) July 16, 2018Several metro stations had in fact been renamed after some of the squad temporarily with Champs-Elysees being renamed Deschamps-Elysees.Every member of France’s World Cup-winning team were awarded the Legion of Honour, which is the highest recognition the country can give for “exceptional service”.CHAMPIONS DU MONNNNNNNNNNNDE ⭐⭐#FiersdetreBleus pic.twitter.com/ouMN5PkMJl— Equipe de France (@equipedefrance) July 15, 2018last_img read more

Frustrated Wagner reflects on Bournemouth defeat

first_imgHuddersfield manager David Wagner has slammed his side’s performance for “giving away presents” in the pitch after their 2-1 defeat at Bournemouth.Christmas came early for Bournemouth as Huddersfield Town visited bearing presents, according to Wagner.Poor defending were the presents they gave to Bournemouth as Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser scored to give Eddie Howe’s side a 2-0 lead, but the visitors managed to pull a goal back thanks to Terence Kongolo.“This is very frustrating,” Wagner told Sky Sports.Danny CowleyCowley explains why he changed his mind about Huddersfield Manuel R. Medina – September 9, 2019 Last week Danny Cowley rejected the chance to coach Huddersfield Town in the English Championship, but today he accepted saying it was a good opportunity.“It is very disappointing. To make it totally clear I don’t think we deserved anything out of this game because you need your defence and offence to work.“It was Christmas for Bournemouth because we gave away presents at both ends of the pitch, even if performance-wise it was another top-class away performance.“We controlled big parts and we dominated them. We had enough opportunities to score at least two.We needed to score three or four today but we didn’t take them and that is why we have no rewards in terms of points.”last_img read more