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Promoted ContentThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More20 Amazing Facts About The Daenerys Of The House Of Targaryen6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?7 Enigmatic Discoveries That Left Everyone Baffled11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?This 1982 Movie Is Better Than Any Other Blockbuster Up Today Yet with up to six sides realistically battling for the final two places, Lampard revealed he is using the standings to help his squad get over the line.The Blues boss said: “I don’t think it’s the worst motivational tool for all of us to really understand the situation, because I have a deep sense of pride about wanting to get fourth.“I remember having that as a player.“We were fighting generally for first and second for a good period when I was here and that’s how you should be. So I don’t mind referencing that to the players.“I look at the league table two or three times a day, sometimes. You can become obsessed.“That’s for me to do. For the players, reminding them sometimes is fine.”It would take a monumental collapse for third-placed Leicester to fail to qualify for Europe’s elite club competition.But after the Foxes, just six points separate half a dozen sides from fourth-placed Chelsea on 41 down to ninth-placed United on 35.And Lampard feels the increase in runners and riders has made the situation even harder.He said: “The landscape is tougher in terms of picking up points, as you can see from the totals in and around us.“Maybe for us, in a usual year, we would not be so happy with our points total, but this year it looks a lot different with points being taken off different teams.“It’s a changing of the Premier League. Teams now can invest a lot of money.“You can get promoted to the Premier League, spend £100million and it doesn’t guarantee success.”Tonight’s crunch clash at Stamford Bridge gives Chelsea a chance to avenge the 4-0 hammering they received at Old Trafford in their first game of the season.Yet despite the scoreline, that performance — and the one in the penalty shootout defeat to Liverpool in the Super Cup three days later — convinced Lampard his young side could do well this season.The 41-year-old added: “It wasn’t a 4-0 game.“I’d be the first to criticise myself or us or look at ourselves and I was honest with the players afterwards.“Then three days later they went toe-to-toe with the best team in the country by a mile this season and possibly could, or should, have won the Super Cup.“I said to the players after both games ‘We have enough here to have a successful season’. Frank Lampard cannot take his eyes off how the table is turning.Advertisement Loading… Read Also: Ighalo can earn extra year at Man Utd if he impresses, says Solskjaer“Obviously we have to put that right come the end of the season.”Chelsea will move nine points clear of United if they secure victory this evening.Yet when asked if a win would kill off Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s hopes of catching his side, Lampard replied: “No.“Not at nine points, not at this time with the amount of points left to play for and the way the Premier League is. Certainly not.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Chelsea boss has admitted a daily obsession with studying the league table as the race for Champions League qualification hots up. His Blues are still in the box seat, holding a one-point advantage over fifth-placed Tottenham with a game in hand.But that gap was as big as nine in October.And with their extra fixture being against another rival in Manchester United tonight, the West Londoners need to hold their nerve.Manchester City’s two-season European ban will mean fifth spot will also qualify for the Champions League, unless they somehow succeed with a quick-fire appeal.
According to police investigators, thevictim was shot by an unidentified suspect around 8:30 p.m. on Feb. 11. The 35-year-old John Artisano sustaineda gunshot wound on the neck, a police report showed. BACOLOD City – A man was shot dead inBarangay 2, Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental. Officers of the Kabankalan City policestation have yet to identify the suspect and the motive of the incident as ofthis writing./PN Artisano was rushed to the Lorenzo ZaycoDistrict Hospital in Kabankalan City where the attending physician declared him“dead on arrival.”
Greensburg Police Chief Stacey Chasteen resigned citing personal reasons.GREENSBURG, Ind. – Stacey Chasteen cited personal reasons for her resignation as Greensburg police chief on Monday, December 1.The veteran law enforcement officer began her career as a police dispatcher in 1993 and was promoted through the ranks eventually being named police chief three years ago.Greensburg Mayor Gary Herbert said, “The City of Greensburg will miss her kindness and her dedication to her job and the many things that she has taken part of in our community to make Greensburg a better place to live.”Lt. Brendan Bridges will begin serving as interim police chief on Sunday. Bridges has worked his entire 13-year career with the Greensburg Police Department.He is the son of Bob Bridges, who served as Rushville’s mayor from 2000-2007.“We have much enthusiasm with Brendan accepting this position and look forward to his leadership to continue to make Greensburg a better place to live,” Herbert said in a statement.
Loading… Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThis Is Why Plus-Size Models Should Always Be An InspirationWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The Adorable Model For Simba In The Lion King Remake7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny10 Of The Dirtiest Seas In The World12 Marvel Superheroes When They Were KidsThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Playing Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made The report claims Liverpool have moved to offer the former Saints man new terms after PSG had “made it known” they were interested in his service. read also:Van Dijk: I want to be a Liverpool legend The Sun of UK do state though that Van Dijk’s head “has not been turned” despite the fact that he could most probably double his money in the French capital. The 28-year-old defender will sign the deal next month after the club rubber-stamped the new proposal. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Liverpool kingpin, Virgil van Dijk, is set to sign a mega new deal at Anfield, while Inter Milan are hoping to lure Arsenal full-back Hector Bellerin with a £27million bid, all in the papers. Table toppers Liverpool earned a 2-0 victory over Manchester united en route the top Virgil van Dijk is set to sign a new lucrative contract at Anfield which will make him the highest-paid player in Liverpool’s history, claims a report. The Sun say the Dutch centre-back will sign a five-year contract on £220,000 a week “once Jurgen Klopp’s side have the Premier League title in the bag”. That’s a deal which will be worth £57million and it will represent a £40,000 a week increase on his current £180,000 a week wages.Advertisement
TIPTON, Iowa (June 4) – Another midweek race date has both the Deery Brothers Summer Series and XSAN Hawkeye Dirt Tour at Cedar County Raceway in Tipton next Tuesday, June 10. IMCA Late Models will run for $3,000 to win and a minimum of $300 to start in what will now be the sixth Deery Series event of the season. IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds vie in a $1,000 to win, minimum $150 to start feature. Pit gates open at 4 p.m. and the grandstand opens at 5 p.m. Hot laps are at 6:30 p.m. and racing starts at 7 p.m. Spectator admission is $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and students ages 13-18, and free for kids 12 and under accompanying a paying adult. Pit passes are $30. More information is available by calling 563 219-2259 and at the www.cedar-county-raceway.com website.The five previous Deery events held at Cedar County Raceway have produced as many different winners, the most recent of them eventual series champion Brian Harris last year.Different drivers have also prevailed in Dirt Tour events at Tipton. Ron Barker of Dubuque won there in 2011, Milo Veloz Jr. of Colona, Ill., in 2012 and Darin Duffy of Urbana in 2013.Tuesday’s Modified feature, the second race of the tour, is a 2014 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying event.What was to have been the first Deery-Hawkeye Dirt Tour doubleheader of the season, at Hamilton County Speedway in Webster City last night, was canceled because of inclement weather.Deery Brothers Summer Series top 20 point standings – 1. Justin Kay, Wheatland, 235; 2. Andy Eckrich, Oxford, 228; 3. Joel Callahan, Dubuque, 216; 4. Jeff Aikey, Cedar Falls, 210; 5. Jason Rauen, Farley, 204; 6. Ryan Dolan, Lisbon, 202; 7. Tyler Bruening, Decorah, 196; 8. Matt Ryan, Davenport, 187; 9. Ray Guss Jr., Milan, Ill., and Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown, both 175; 11. Scott Fitzpatrick, Urbandale, 173; 12. Tommy Elston, Keokuk, 165; 13. Brian Harris, Davenport, 158; 14. Terry Neal, Ely, 134; 15. Colby Springsteen, Wapello, 129; 16. Nate Beuseling, Silvis, Ill., 118; 17. Jeremy Grady, Story City, 106; 18. Curt Schroeder, Ames, and Ron Klein, Sherrill, both 97; 20. John Emerson, Waterloo, and Jay Johnson, West Burlington, both 96. XSAN Hawkeye Dirt Tour top 20 point standings – 1. Tim Ward, Gilbert, Ariz., 40; 2. J.J. Wise, Garner, 39; 3. Jesse Sobbing, Glenwood, 38; 4. Ryan Ruter, Kanawha, 37; 5. Mike Jergens, Plover, 36; 6. Mike Van Genderen, Newton, 35; 7. Levi Nielsen, Mason City, 34; 8. Tyler Heetland, Bancroft, 33; 9. Jacob Murray, Hartford, 32; 10. Cayden Carter, Oskaloosa, 31; 11. Ronn Lauritzen, Jesup, 30; 12. Troy Cordes, Dunkerton, 29; 13. Clayton Christensen, Spencer, 28; 14. Cory Wray, Jamesport, Mo., 27; 15. Zach Less, Hopkinton, 26; 16. Jeff Joldersma, McClelland, 25; 17. Jeff Waterman, Quincy, Ill., 24; 18. Alex Hanson, Northwood, 23; 19. Mark Elliott, Webster City, 22; 20. Kyle Brown, Kellogg, 21.
In the lowest of low-key friendlies, manager Giovanni Trapattoni will have been pleased with the efforts of his under-studies with midfielder Wes Hoolahan turning in an impressive individual display and full-back Marc Wilson proving his fitness after a niggling hamstring injury. There was even a 25-minute cameo from fit-again defender Richard Dunne. Trapattoni’s team took control early on and never looked like surrendering it. They were aided and abetted in no small part by the premature departure of Loria, who trudged off the pitch with just 20 minutes gone after racing from his goal and upending striker Shane Long to prompt Romanian referee Sebastian Constantin Coltescu to produce a red card. Loria had earlier kept the visitors in it with a fine save from skipper-for-the-day Long, who showed an impressive burst of pace to leave central defender Akaki Khubutia in his wake, only to be denied by a solid block. James McClean almost broke the deadlock with 23 minutes gone. The Sunderland winger took charge of the free-kick awarded for Loria’s misdemeanour and curled the ball towards the top corner. However, as the Ireland fans behind the goal waited for the net to ripple, substitute keeper Omar Migineishvili threw out a hand and managed to claw his effort away. Georgia’s resistance was finally broken three minutes before the break after Khubutia was penalised for a foul on Long wide on the right. McClean curled the resulting free-kick into the box and Keogh climbed highest to send a downward header past Migineishvili and into the net. Trapattoni sent on Keane at the break, but it was Cox who made an impact within three minutes of the restart when, having been moved to the right wing to accommodate the LA Galaxy frontman, he turned up in the right place at the right time to side-foot home McClean’s driven cross. Hoolahan split the Georgian defence wide open with 58 minutes gone as he slid Long in, but the striker was once again denied. Keane eventually got in on the act with 13 minutes remaining when substitute Conor Sammon’s low cross handed him a close-range tap-in, and he helped himself once again at the death when he made the most of Jeff Hendrick’s well-weighted pass. Press Association The 32-year-old climbed off the bench to draw level with keeper Shay Given, and will go top of the list if, as expected, he leads Ireland into their World Cup qualifier with the Faroe Islands on Friday evening. Keane claimed his 55th international goal from point-blank range with 13 minutes of the game remaining and then took his tally to 56 three minutes from time to seal a comfortable victory with the Georgians labouring after keeper Giorgi Loria’s 20th-minute dismissal. Richard Keogh had opened the scoring three minutes before the break, and Simon Cox extended the home side’s lead three minutes after the restart. Robbie Keane marked his record-equalling 125th appearance for Ireland with a double to see off 10-man Georgia 4-0.
To qualify for todayâ€™s final game, Olisa Agbakoba defeated Rickey Tarfa 4-2, while Falana & Falana beat Banwo & Ighodalo 2-1. Owolabi Dare was Olisa Agbakobaâ€™s semifinal hero, while two goals from Bada Femi and Kazeem Lemoh accounted for Banwo & Ighodaloâ€™s scalp.The BOA Lawyers League is held annually in memory of the late notable lawyer, Mr. Bankole Olumide Aluko, a founding partner in the law firm of Aluko & Oyebode, who passed on 17 years ago. The final is expected to draw all the bigwigs in Nigeriaâ€™s judiciary to AstroTurf2000, where, apart from the football match on display, they will enjoy other programmes lined up to entertain them.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Olisa Agbakoba Legal have the chance this afternoon to end the second fiddle role it has been subjected to in the last two editions of the BOA Lawyers League as curtain falls on the 2018 edition of the prestigious football tournament for legal practitioners in Lagos.Todayâ€™s finale is the straight third final clash between the two leading law firms with Falana emerging champions back to back. Will Falana be third time lucky or will Agbakoba continue to remain in the shadow of the team that has become its nemesis?Todayâ€™s battle at the AstroTurf 2000 in Ikoyi, Lagos presents Agbakoba the perfect opportunity to end the dominance of Falana in the tournament.
Sophomore Kyle Pham made his idea of a subscription-based service that allows people to enjoy 3D printing through a monthly delivery a reality. The only catch — the contents of the shipments are a mystery.On Sept. 15th, Pham officially launched a Kickstarter campaign for his start-up, CubeForme. Each month, subscribers of CubeForme receive a delivery of featured designers’ 3D printed work.Pham, who is majoring in cognitive science and philosophy, politics and law, thought of the idea with high school classmate Nick Nguyen when they were brainstorming ideas for creating their own business.“At first, Nick and I considered using graphic design to make t-shirts, but we soon realized that market was too saturated,” Pham said. “We ended up choosing 3D printing because we were intrigued by the process and figured the average consumer probably was, too.”According to Pham, 3D printing is an entirely different application because it has a steep learning curve. Most people are not familiar with 3D printing, so he and Nguyen wanted to present it in an easier format that anyone could access and understand.The duo reached out to a handful of 3D designers to include in the startup. Their vision was to create a platform that could support these designers while giving consumers the opportunity to physically interact with their products.“I thought a subscription box would be a great way to enter the business field, and Kyle had his heart set on helping artists by featuring them in one way or another,” Nguyen said.According to CubeForme’s website, every month subscribers receive a box that showcases the innovative work of a featured designer. The contents of the box are always a surprise and anything can be inside them, from aesthetic models of figurines to functional objects such as 3D printable clocks.Though subscribers won’t know exactly what they will get, they always have the caveat of knowing the designer beforehand.Luis Picarzo, a mechanical engineer from Spain, is one of CubeForme’s prolific 3D designers.Picarzo found out about the startup when he stumbled upon an invitation in his email.“A CubeForme message appeared one day in my inbox in Thingiverse [a design community],” Picarzo said. “Kyle, the cofounder, explained his new platform with a contagious enthusiasm I couldn’t ignore.”Intrigued by the idea and impressed with the team’s hard work and passion, Picarzo decided to join CubeForme’s initial campaign.“To me, it is a good way to meet new people with similar interests and inspirations, not to mention I get to continue designing things and improving every day,” Picarzo said.According to Picarzo, 3D printing is a form of freedom. He considers it a vehicle for constantly creating new things and hopes CubeForme will continue to help him share his passion.Pham and Nguyen also look forward to raising more awareness about 3D printing. They have already recruited supporters, including fellow students for their team, as well as James Bottom, project director of Blackstone LaunchPad.“I first met Kyle in my freshman startup seminar,” Bottom said. “He later joined Blackstone Launchpad to seek a more customized roadmap for CubeForme.”Blackstone LaunchPad is the largest interdisciplinary entrepreneurial program at USC, and has already coached over 250 student ventures since its opening last spring.“We also have the largest collection of 3D printers, so students can get trained via 3D and 4D printing and create their own prototypes,” Bottom said.According to Bottom, the program not only helps students develop entrepreneurial skills and mindsets, but it also builds a community of creators and problem solvers.Pham and Nguyen both agree that CubeForme’s journey has not always been easy or glamorous, but they’ve been able to learn how to juggle school and workthrough the process.“While there are ‘big’ days like opening up our website or launching our Kickstarter campaign, a majority of the days we’re figuring out mundane tasks such as how to make shipping labels or where to buy boxes,” Nguyen said.Nguyen said CubeForme has received compliments, but some have criticized its business model.“Even though we’ve gotten great feedback and support, we also come across individuals who have 3D printers themselves, and they just don’t see it as something for the broad audience,” Pham said.Nevertheless, with the help of LaunchPad and other USC programs, such as 707Development and 3D4E Club, CubeForme is already on its way to going live.Currently, CubeForme has 47 backers on its Kickstarter campaign and has already reached $1,564 of its $5,000 goal.With just over a month left to go, Pham and Nguyen plan on uploading a visual chart of the backer rewards, so supporters can keep track of the startup’s progress and see an illustration of the rewards they will be receiving.“Our ultimate vision for CubeForme is to make it more than just a subscription box. We want to be a company that connects 3D printing to the greater community,” Pham said.