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Topics : Inter Milan’s goalless draw against Fiorentina on Wednesday left Juventus needing just one more win to claim a ninth consecutive Serie A title.Juve are six points clear of second-placed Atalanta and can claim their 36th ‘Scudetto’ on Thursday with a win at struggling Udinese.Antonio Conte’s Inter are third, one point behind Atalanta with three games to play, despite having dominated for long periods under the rain at the San Siro. “Second place is for losers,” said Conte, who coached Juventus to three of their current run of eight titles and then went on to win the Premier League and FA Cup with Chelsea.”I understand that there are those who are satisfied with this, but for me it is meaningless.”When you leave points, it means that there are shortcomings.”A Romelu Lukaku header hit the woodwork after 18 minutes with Alexis Sanchez also missing a chance for the winner just after the break. Brescia relegatedRoma, meanwhile, move back fifth ahead of AC Milan, who beat Sassuolo on Tuesday, after routing already-relegated SPAL 6-1.Bruno Peres scored a second-half brace with Carles Perez scoring his first Serie A goal for the visitors with Nikola Kalinic and Nicolo Zaniolo also on target.Zaniolo’s goal in the final minute was a superb individual run and finish and came after rumors of the rising star’s involvement in a dressing room bust-up.Roma are two points ahead of Milan, with the two teams already assured of Europa League football next season.Napoli are seventh, three points further back after falling 2-1 at Parma.Gianluca Caprari and Dejan Kulusevski ended a miserable run for Parma in a match in which all three goals were scored from the penalty spot.A run of six defeats and one draw in Parma’s previous seven matches was brought to an end thanks to the two spot-kicks which came late in each half.It was a second loss since the return of football in Italy for Gennaro Gattuso’s Napoli, whose Champions League last 16, second leg match against Barcelona is weeks away.Napoli have already qualified for the Europa League after winning the Italian Cup.At the bottom of the table, Genoa beat city rivals Sampdoria 2-1 to stay four points ahead of Lecce who occupy the final relegation place.Lecce beat Brescia 3-1 to condemn their opponents to Serie B next season.Udinese go into Thursday’s clash with Juventus level on 36 points with Genoa and with their Serie A safety not yet assured. Fiorentina goalkeeper Pietro Terracciano pulled off a string of saves denying Nicolo Barella and Lukaku from close range.Inter’s place in the Champions League next season is assured but they could now finish fourth, with Lazio four points back ahead of their match with 13th-placed Cagliari on Thursday.”This year we have reaped less than what we have sown,” continued Conte.”We’re trying to work on the mentality and increase the killer-instinct, which a great team must have if it wants to fight for something important.”But I’m happy that the players are disappointed with the result, because it means that my work is making an impact.”Conte took over at Inter last summer, hoping to help the team win their first league title since 2010, the year of their unprecedented treble under Jose Mourinho.
Governor Wolf Honors Reading Terminal Market’s 125th Anniversary Press Release Philadelphia, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today joined Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, Congressman Dwight Evans, and community officials and leaders to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Reading Terminal Market.“Reading Terminal Market is so much more than just a farmer’s market. It is a true example of the best of Philadelphia,” said Governor Wolf. “It’s a location for tourists to come to see what Philadelphia has to offer, a provider of quality, local foods to our citizens, a place for people to congregate, and the opportunity to engage with their food providers. Reading Terminal Market is a bastion of the Philadelphia community and I am proud to honor this major milestone.”Today’s event, 1893 Day, serves as the kick-off of a year-long celebration that will include a series of special events and programming showcasing the Market, and will offer visitors the chance to experience Reading Terminal Market as it was when it first opened, including special 1893 prices. Following the formal remarks, the governor took part in a ribbon cutting as a symbolic “grand opening” of the Market.“The Market has withstood more than a century of transition in Center City, and today remains a vital piece of Philadelphia’s civic fabric and the most visited site in the region,” said Anuj Gupta, General Manager of Reading Terminal Market. “It is an important source of fresh food for Philadelphians and an authentic showcase of our city for national and international visitors. We encourage our customers, community members, and everyone who loves Reading Terminal Market to join us in 2018 as we begin a year of special programming that will memorialize our past, celebrate our present, and chart our future for the next 125 years.”One of America’s largest and oldest public markets, housed since 1893 in a National Historic Landmark building, the Reading Terminal Market offers an incredible selection of farm fresh produce, meats, and poultry, plus the finest seafood, cheeses, baked goods, confections, flowers, kitchenware, cookbooks, jewelry, and crafts. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter February 22, 2018
RELATED: Top three properties going to auction Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58 50 Admiralty Drive, Paradise Waters.“This is the fourth time we have sold this property in the past 10 years and this is the highest sale price that has been achieved … which signals the strong current buyer demand for well positioned Gold Coast properties.”He said the high turnover could be attributed to the fact that none of the owners in the past decade have lived in the property.“Most of the people that have owned it in the past have been interstate people using it as a holiday home,” he said.Mr Rollington said they were still seeing strong demand from interstate-based house hunters, with the last few properties they had sold in Paradise Waters being snapped up by buyers wanting to relocate or invest in a holiday home on the Gold Coast. He said it was the property’s position that attracted house hunters.“You’re right on the main river and you get the city skyline looking back at Surfers,” Mr Rollington said. 50 Admiralty Drive, Paradise Waters.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa14 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“The property was sold within 3 months of listing to a buyer sourced from our database,” Mr Rollington said.“Several offers were received during the sale campaign and strong interest was received from local and a number of Sydney and Melbourne buyers looking for a Gold Coast base or to relocate.”RELATED: Inside The Block’s hottest unit 50 Admiralty Drive, Paradise Waters. 50 Admiralty Drive, Paradise Waters. 50 Admiralty Drive, Paradise Waters.A RIVERFRONT mansion has changed hands in a multimillion-dollar deal that marks one of the highest sales this week.The $5.2 million sale of the Surfers Paradise residence on Admiralty Drive settled on Monday.First National Real Estate Surfers Paradise agent Russell Rollington marketed the property with colleague Bob Rollington.He said an interstate buyer snapped the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom property up earlier this month.
Batesville Boys 6th Grade Basketball.The Batesville 6th grade team traveled to South Decatur High School and defeated Waldron by a score of 58-21. The Bulldogs jumped out to an 11-0 start with an aggressive full court press that yielded five unanswered buckets with each starter scoring. The Bulldogs removed the press the remainder of the game and focused on man to man half-court defense in addition to running new offensive schemes. Everyone on the roster managed to score for the Bulldogs – Benajamin Harmeyer (15), Nate Vankirk (13), Noah Tuveson (8), Jackson Renck (6), Conner Ertel (6), Charlie Schebler (4), Alec Bunselmeier (4) and Lyle Oesterling (2).The Bulldogs saw stiffer competition in the second game of the afternoon as they faced a very quick and defensive minded team from Lawrenceburg. The Bulldogs came out on top with a 34-33 win. The Bulldogs uncharacteristically struggled with transition basketball as they turned the ball over way too many times and missed several easy buckets. The team was happy with the win, but very disappointed in the effort. Leading the Bulldogs in scoring were Charlie Schebler (11), Benjamin Harmeyer (10), Conner Ertel (10), Alec Bunselmeier (2) and Jackson Renck (1).The 6th graders are now (6-0) in Dirt Road League and are in action next on Sunday, December 11th at the East Central Fieldhouse where they will play Shelbyville at 2:00 PM and North Decatur at 4:00 PM.Batesville Boys 5th Grade Basketball.The 5th grade Bulldogs traveled to Jac-Cen-Del High School and defeated North Decatur 31-10 in their first game of the day. The Bulldogs jumped out to an early 10-0 lead on the Chargers taking an 18-3 lead at the half. Conner Drake led the team in scoring with 10 points, while Jack Grunkemeyer added 9 and Landon Oldham 5. Grunkemeyer pulled down 7 rebounds, while Brendan Heiser and Sam Johnson dished out two assists. Gus Prickel was solid on defense against speedy Kaden Muckerhide from North Decatur.In game two the Bulldogs played a hard fought, physical contest against the Rushville Lions and came away with the victory, 23-17. The game went down to the wire as the young Lions made it a two point contest with a three pointer from the top of the key with under two minutes remaining. After a time out by the Bulldogs, the team kept its composure against the full court press and put the game away with great ball handling and defense. Grunkemeyer led the team in scoring with 9 and Chris Lewis had 5. Grunkemeyer remained a horse in the lane garnering another 7 boards for the squad, while Prickel and Lewis each added an assist.The 5th graders are now (6-0) in Dirt Road League and are in action next on Sunday, December 11th at Milan High School where they will play Greensburg at 2:00 PM and South Decatur at 4:00 PM.Batesville Boys 4th Grade Basketball.The 4th Grade Bulldogs traveled to Union County and defeated Centerville and Tri to push their record to (5-1) in Dirt Road League. The team will next be in action on Sunday, December 11th at Batesville Primary School at 1:00 PM vs. New Palestine and at 3:00 vs. Milan.Batesville Boys 3rd Grade Basketball.The 3rd Grade Bulldogs travled to Milan High School and defeated East Central 22-3. In the second contest of the day, the young squad defeated Jac-Cen-Del 33-16 to push their record in Dirt Road League to (6-0). The 3rd graders are in action next Sunday, December 11th at Union County Middle School at 1:00 PM vs. Union County and at 3:00 PM vs. Centerville.Batesville Boys 2nd Grade Basketball.The 2nd graders opened up their Dirt Road Basketball season with a sudden death overtime win over East Central and followed it up with a close loss to Greensburg. The team will next be in action on Sunday, December 11th at Milan Elementary at 1:00 PM vs. Jac-Cen-Del and at 1:50 PM vs. Milan.Good luck to all the Bulldog Teams!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Paul Drake.
Franklin County traveled to Forest Hills Country Club Monday night to take on Richmond and Rushville.Richmond won the 3 way with a score of 183, Rushville finished with a 191, and FC 218. Medalist for the match was Jake Miller from Richmond with a 36. Scores for the Wildcats were Zach Jewell 53, Kyle Grubb 54, Chase Tolhurst 55, Christian Mackie 56, and Justin Studt 66.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Dustin Riley.
The tournament was originally scheduled to be held in the summer, but will now take place between January 9 to February 6. And Murphy thinks Jurgen Klopp lacks the depth to cover his star forwards.Advertisement Loading… Liverpool must find cover for Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah ahead of next year’s African Cup of Nations, according to former Reds midfielder Danny Murphy. He told talkSPORT: “I do think Liverpool could do with some additional firepower, especially as next season there will be the Africa Cup of Nations. That’s going to mean that both Salah and Mane are going to be missing for a chunk, a big chunk of the games. read also:Carragher: Minamino gives Klopp a problem after Timo Werner miss “I would be amazed if when the window does open, or when the season ends, that Liverpool don’t sign someone in attacking areas. “But you also have to remember that for two years they got to the Champions League final and got 97 points last season and are going to win it this year, so who are we to argue with how he’s [Klopp] balanced his squad.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Referee Jon Moss immediately brandished a yellow card at the United man, who later did win a spot-kick when he was bundled over by the same player, who was sent off. Moyes felt Moss handled the situation perfectly this weekend. However, he does feel the use of post-match video is the best way of sorting out the problem, which even he is powerless to stamp out completely. “I can never be sure it won’t happen again,” said Moyes. “I have had a word with him (Young) privately. I’ve said for many years we should have retrospective video for diving. That would help referees no end. “Moving from Everton to Manchester United doesn’t change my views on that because it is really difficult at times.” Palace chairman Steve Parish has gone even further, claiming diving should be treated in the same harsh manner as preventing goalscoring opportunities. “If preventing a goal-scoring opportunity is a straight red then trying to create one by cheating should be a straight red also,” Parish told BBC Radio 5 Live. Having made his feelings known on the subject during his Everton days, Moyes presumably did not expect to be confronted with it quite so early in his United reign. But the Scot has spoken with Ashley Young over the winger’s conduct on Saturday, when he deliberately initiated contact with Crystal Palace midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi, then toppled over looking for a penalty. Manchester United manager David Moyes has called for the use of retrospective video action to stamp out the curse of diving. Press Association “The only player in the incidents that was honest was Kagisho Dikgacoi and he’s sent off and banned for the next match. “Ashley Young’s dive and the appeal before put pressure on the referee to give a subsequent penalty that was certainly outside the area and probably wasn’t even a foul. “Ashley Young has a yellow card and three points and we have no points and one less player to pick from for the next game. “(It) Might have cost us a point that might keep us up. (We) need to get some momentum behind a straight red for a dive.” Yet, as Rio Ferdinand pointed out, the situation is not quite so straightforward. For, in other parts of the world, what is regarded as a heinous crime in England is just part of the game. “It’s weird,” he said. “It’s got to happen across Europe and the world, not just in our league. “You go into the Champions League and you have been told in the Premier League you are not meant to dive, then you get players from other countries who simulate.” And Ferdinand is also aware the current trend is more towards an acceptance of players going down if there is the slightest contact. “As a defender, you don’t want people trying to con the referee, but if there is contact, the player has the right to go down,” said Ferdinand. “It has become a part of our game that, as defenders, we are used to. You have got to defend with your head and think how you are going to combat the forwards. “They are cute and know how to deal with this type of stuff. “It is such a difficult thing for referees to say someone dived or there was contact. Retrospective viewing and punishments may be the way to go.”
“They have thrown aside two great brands that had real value in exchange for this horrific, means-nothing statement,” said investor psychologist Peter Atwater.Other analysts were not as unnerved, with one saying “these changes may seem strange at first but with time are accepted and become normal.” The BB&T Center is the home venue for the National Hockey League’s Florida Panthers. It was completed in 1998, at a cost of US$185 million and has had at least five names since its inception.The name is intended to give the bank a single, fresh identity. But Wall Street analysts fear it may be less seamless than the banks hope, while some consumers reacted even more negatively.True to the legacy of BB&T and @SunTrust, Truist will reflect what we stand for – a shared belief in building a better future for our clients and communities. #Truist https://t.co/f5f9fhNdeZ pic.twitter.com/f6WkHwMh3h— BB&T (@BBT) June 12, 2019 SunTrust and BB&T announced that Truist Financial will be the name of the company once the banks’ merger is complete later this year.So the BB&T Center in Sunrise will become the Truist Center.Say goodbye to BB&T Center — ‘Truist’ will soon be name for home of Panthers and concerts in Sunrise https://t.co/4zpMrORhGW pic.twitter.com/xUvbjzcB3O— South Florida Sun Sentinel (@SunSentinel) June 13, 2019
Hunter Biden says he is not the father of a child born to a woman in Arkansas and he has agreed to take a paternity test to prove it.The birth of the child came while Hunter was in a relationship with Hallie Biden, his late brother Beau’s wife.Hunter, son of former Vice President Joe Biden, believes the results of the DNA test will prove he is not the father in time for a December hearing in Arkansas, according to court papers.Lunden Alexis Roberts, 28, filed a petition for paternity and child support against Hunter last May, claiming he’s the father of her baby, who was born in August 2018.She wants a court to establish that Hunter who is now at the center of Trump impeachment storm is the baby’s biological dad, and is seeking child support and health insurance for the now-14-month-old toddler.Hunter, 49, married Melissa Cohen two weeks before the petition was filed. And the couple has matching Shalom tattoos.#HunterBiden and his wife, Melissa Cohen, have matching Shalom tattoos.@HannahBrown972 https://t.co/XQHSrQXtzI— The Jerusalem Post (@Jerusalem_Post) October 20, 2019