Apollon face Anorthosis in high security ‘grudge match’

first_imgBy Iacovos ConstantinouSecond placed Anorthosis entertain fourth placed Apollon in the most important tie of the round this weekend, while leaders AEK are away to Nea Salamina. Third placed APOEL travel to Limassol to face much improved AEL. At the other end of the table Enosis, in desperate need of a win, are at home to Aris.The Anorthosis vs Apollon game can easily be described as the ‘grudge match’ of the season. In their first game in Limassol, back in October, the three points were awarded to Apollon by the FA’s judge after visiting fans invaded the pitch and exchanged blows with Apollon players without a ball being kicked. This is Anorthosis’ only ‘defeat’ thus far.Increased security measures will be in place for the game with riot police entrusted with the task of maintaining ‘law and order’.On the footballing side Anorthosis’ coach Paous will have to wait till the very last to see if Calvo and Martines can make the squad while the same applies for his counterpart, Pedro Emmanuel, with striker Fotis Papoulis.AEK are up against Nea Salamina and they will be looking to avenge the only team to have defeated them in the first round.Midfielders Tomas and Bolievic will be back in the starting eleven following their one match suspension but they will be without their regular central defender and captain Catala, who was sent off last week. Defender Ortiz is also suspended so coach Christiansen may have to throw in the deep end recent signing Mojsov who signed just a couple of days ago.Nea Salamina will have Bemba, Adorno and Pavlou back in contention for a starting berth after missing out last weeks game against Paphos FC through injury. With a couple of games  under his belt Tiago Gomes is also vying for a place in the starting line-up.AEL, buoyed by their impressive win against AEK last week will be looking to inflict misery on another championship contender, APOEL.No major worries for AEL’s Greek coach Chavos with recent signing Piech his only injury concern.APOEL’s injury jinx continues as both recognized left backs, Antoniades and Alexandrou, pulled out of the last game with hamstring and groin injuries respectively. Coach Getsbaia will have to decide whether to move recent signing Milanov to the left side of defence and re-instate Mario Sergio on right.Relegation threatened Enosis will hope that the return of Budimir, Bowman and van Ransbeeck from suspension will inspitre them to their fourth win of the season against Aris. The Limassol team though has been performing well this season and with a win against the Paralimni team they will all but end any relegation concerns.Two more teams involved in the relegation dogfight Ermis and Paphos face difficult away ties to Omonia and Ethnikos with little chance of salvaging anything from their ties.Saturday: Anorthosis vs Apollon (15.00), Ethnikos vs Pafos FC, Omonia vs Ermis (17.00), Paralimni vs Aris (19.00)Sunday: AEL vs APOEL (15.00), Nea Salamina vs AEK (18.00)Monday: Doxa vs Ayia Napa (19.00)last_img read more

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Germany have weaknesses, says N.Ireland coach O’Neill

first_imgNorthern Ireland have enough tools to get a result in their final group match against a fallible German team, Northern Ireland’s coach Michael O’Neill said on Monday.Having already beaten Ukraine after narrowly losing to Poland in their opening game, the unfancied Northern Ireland team could qualify even if they lose to the world champions on Tuesday at the Parc des Princes.But O’Neil said his team were aiming for more.“The Germans are a very strong team. We are aware that there are weaknesses in the German team,” he said, highlighting the fact that Poland arguably had the better chances against Joachim Loew’s side.“We’re a good counter-attacking team. No team is flawless and the Germans have proved they have flaws as well. There are opportunities there for us,” O’Neill said.The last time Northern Ireland beat Germany — or West Germany as it then was — was 1983 during the golden years of their national side.But they lost 4-1 in their last meeting, a friendly in 2005.O’Neill said it was important his team are not flash in the pans, and instead establish a new dynamic after securing their first qualification for an international tournament in 30 years.O’Neill, lauded for what was deemed a gamble against Ukraine when he made five changes from the side that lost 1-0 to Poland in the opening game, played down his tactical acumen, saying that much of the side had played in the qualifiers.“Whatever team we play it will be fresh, ready to play and if we make changes they will be well-versed and tactically aware of how to play,” he said.“What we will bring to the game is an intensity and spirit for however long the game lasts.”When asked about the prospect of being rewarded for a third-place Group C finish with a possible game against the hosts France, O’Neill said it would be a dream.“At this minute in time I’m just trying to take the Germans, and then we’ll take the French and the Spanish,” he joked.last_img read more

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Ronaldo’s fitness and attitude both under the spotlight

first_imgCristiano Ronaldo’s fitness and attitude has come under the spotlight after he reacted angrily to being substituted during Juventus’ win over AC Milan and coach Maurizio Sarri said the 34-year-old had been nursing a knee injury for some time.Ronaldo now faces two matches with Portugal where he will want to help the European champions guarantee their place at Euro 2020 and close in on the 100-goal milestone for his country.He currently has 95 goals and, given his prolific record, it is not inconceivable that he could reach 100 against Lithuania and Luxemburg — if he can play.Ronaldo gave Sarri a dirty look and walked straight down the tunnel after being substituted in the 55th minute on Sunday, prompting widespread criticism led by former Real Madrid, Juventus and England coach Fabio Capello.“Ronaldo hasn’t dribbled past a player in three years and I remember when he could leave them on the floor,” Capello told Sky Sport Italia. “Sarri was right to take him off. The fact that he did not go and sit on the bench was not a good image.”Sarri said the player had taken a knock on the knee in training a month ago was still feeling the effects.“When he trains with high intensity and plays matches, he feels some pain. He can’t train too hard and has difficulty when he kicks the ball.”Sarri added that Ronaldo was also suffering problems with his thigh and calf, raising questions as to whether the striker was taking unnecessary risks by playing on rather than taking some time out to regain full fitness.Ronaldo’s career has been remarkably injury-free and his longest layoff was in 2008 when a fractured knee cap sidelined him for 94 days, during which he missed 11 games.An ankle injury cost him nine games in 2009 and he suffered another knee injury during the Euro 2016 final for Portugal against France.He was also troubled by tendinosis around his left knee in the run-up to the 2014 World Cup. He played in all of Portugal’s games but later admitted that he had taken a risk by playing through it.According to the specialist website Transfermarkt, he has only missed 53 games in his entire career due to injury.Sarri described Ronaldo’s angry reaction to being substituted as normal for a top player, but he will probably be more than happy to let Portugal coach Fernando Santos deal with the problem for the next week.last_img read more

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UEFA continues to push leagues to finish seasons

first_imgUEFA on Tuesday gave a “strong recommendation” to European football federations to attempt to finish the current season once play is able to resume after the stoppage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.The sport has been brought to a standstill by the outbreak with the Euro 2020 competition postponed until next year and both national leagues and continental club competitions on hold.UEFA, European football’s governing body, has made it clear that it wants its member associations to complete their domestic seasons rather than abandon them. It also hopes to finish the Champions League and Europa League competitions.All 55 member associations took part in a video conference with UEFA officials on Tuesday and while no decisions on future planning are expected until Thursday’s Executive Committee meeting, there was no sign of a switch from the policy to aim to finish the current season.However, there was a softening in tone over eventual cases where league seasons may be cancelled – an outcome UEFA had been quick to oppose.“There was a strong recommendation given to finish domestic top division and cup competitions, but some special cases will be heard once guidelines concerning participation to European competitions – in case of a cancelled league – have been developed,” UEFA said in a statement.The governing body had previously said, in response to Belgium’s move to end their championship, that cutting seasons short “should really be the last resort after acknowledging that no calendar alternative would allow to conclude the season.”There has been speculation that UEFA is looking to hold the Champions League and Europa League finals in the last week of August but on Tuesday they said only that a “variety of calendar options were presented covering both national team and club competition matches.”last_img read more

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Understanding the Local Govt System (Part 2)

first_imgDear Editor,The collection of rates and taxes to support funding of essential developmental activities and services is mandatory and necessary, and our people must be willing to pay their rates and taxes.However, there are serious complaints that some administrative staff members at the NDCs refuse to collect the rates and taxes. The situation evidences a deliberate effort to frustrate the Local Authorities’ councillors and slow up development in the communities.Importantly, in addition to the provision of basic amenities, there is a direct relationship between the speed at which communities move forward and the conditions and levels of service that actually exist there.Councils are expected to address issues such as garbage and refuge collection; maintain streets, drainage and irrigation canals; ensure acceptable health services; playfields; and generally keep the surroundings clean and attractive. Community-minded citizens are always helpful, and give their support to keep the communities safe and clean.For Councils to be able to do their work, however, it is compulsory and complementary that all rates and taxes be paid in a timely manner. The NDCs must function in the interest of the people, hence the NDC staff must be flexible in rationing work during lunch hours, to facilitate rate payers — who are working people and might find time only during that period — to make payments.Further, councillors have complained about the attitude of some overseers and rate collectors, who are adamant that their job is not to go after the rate-payers, which is a new problem. More serious is the allegation that NDC staff members are asking residents to buy them “a lunch” and leave a “raise” for them. This attitude is unacceptable, and is a deterrent to people visiting the office; hence the need for the appointment of the Local Government Commission now.A matter of concern for many councils is higher rates and taxes being levied on residents. However, they must consider this is almost impossible, since our citizens have been forced to pay higher rates and taxes in all respects by the State. While collecting billions from citizens, the new VAT approach has become a tremendous burden, since citizens are now paying a higher rate for electricity and water, in addition to the impact on transportation cost and the VAT on education being a real stress for parents.Another conflicting new position is that the E-Governance Programme of the Government is now using many NDC buildings as hubs in an effort to support the communities and their youths in accessing information and services attributed to government departments. This imposed government project is utilising office space at the NDCs, necessary for the Councils to operate in, to provide the required mandated services to the rate payers.During the period when these hubs are in operation, it’s difficult to carry out some of the functions of the local authorities because of the steady movement of the users. The local authority is further burdened to bear the electricity cost and additional security to monitor the ingress and egress.Although these hubs could be beneficial to the community, the manner in which they are managed suggest that the Government is using it with a charged political agenda and with racial partiality, because of the location of these hubs and the ethnic divide that they are serving. As the NDCs and municipalities continues to be starved of finances to carry out the necessary works in the communities, millions of dollars are made available to serve the support bases of the APNU.Nagamootoo and Ramjattan should wake up from the slumber they find themselves in and represent their support base, at least lobby for a few hubs to be placed in the Indian and Amerindian communities and villages.We demand the Local Government Commission now!!Yours faithfullyNeil Kumarlast_img read more

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Beckham plan isn’t working for Galaxy

first_imgAdd in how a better Beckham can eventually lead to a better Galaxy and you have another example from the ill-fated NASL of how a few teams can spend a league out of business. Meanwhile, there is trouble in River City. Or at least in Carson. The Galaxy have three wins, five ties and 10 losses in 18 MLS games. That computes to 14 points. And that is the second to worst record in the 13-team league. Sigi Schmid was fired as Galaxy coach on August 16, 2004, less than two years after winning the MLS championship. He was blamed for a listless offense leading to back-to-back-to-back ties. Ignored was the fact that marketing concerns played a role in the makeup of the roster. Also ignored was the fact that his listless team was leading the Western Conference. With this backdrop, with the record an embarrassment, with chaos involving when, if and why Beckham does or does not play due to his famous left ankle injury, the assumption cannot be ignored – the jobs of Alexi Lalas, the current president and general manager, and Frank Yallop, the current coach, are on the line. This is not a call for the firing of Yallop. He, like Schmid, is a victim of circumstances far beyond his control. Lalas appears to be in over his head, much as Bob Graziano and Kevin Malone were as president and general manager of the Dodgers during the ill-fated News Corp. ownership era. The roster the Galaxy had at the start of the season was deemed inadequate and blown up. A new roster was put together on the fly. There has been little indication it is adequate. That’s 0-for-2. Part of the problem has been injuries. A backloaded schedule of too many games in too many cities with too much travel in too little time has led to bodies breaking down. Lalas should have been pounding on tables and yelling that the plan to maximize exposure of Beckham in this manner guaranteed disaster for the Galaxy. Except AEG, which towers over and historically has intimidated the Galaxy, just as News Corp. once towered over and intimidated the Dodgers, was involved with MLS in putting together the Beckham business model. This is yet another fact. In the lose-lose situation he found himself in, Lalas should have let soccer common sense be his guide. As for Beckham, he still can play the game. That’s why the English national team recalled him. The Galaxy now say his ankle is worse than they thought, which could mean he’ll be in and out of the lineup the rest of the season. It definitely means he will not be 100 percent this season. The Beckham the Galaxy got is not as dynamic as Pele was when he played with the Cosmos. He does not bring poetry to the field, as George Best did with his skills when he played for the Aztecs. At the least, he’s Gary Payton when he came to the Lakers, a former all-star who would have made a contribution if the pieces had fit together. What he has is grit, tenacity and fire. He has a been-there, done-that understanding and feel for soccer. He has confidence. And he retains his great right foot, from which originate those legendary booming, bending, blasting kicks. Unfortunately, the Galaxy, except for brief moments, have not played to Beckham’s level. Mwsptcol@aol.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Caution was wise considering the ashes and red ink left behind by the North American Soccer League, the previous attempt at fostering a big-time professional soccer league in the former colonies. One of the cornerstones of the NASL folding was lack of financial balance generated by the greed of the New York Cosmos in signing Pele, Franz Beckenbauer, Giorgio Chinaglia and others. Caution went out the MLS window and rules were changed to allow the Galaxy to open parent AEG’s vault to sign Beckham. Caution went so far out the window that the league agreed to help underwrite Beckham’s contract. Beckham has brought unprecedented attention to the league. However, as the NASL demonstrated, if the span of attention of the public is short and MLS slips back into the shadows, as savvy marketing people project, the return will not match the money spent. It’s Beckham, Beckham and more Beckham. Even when there is little or no Beckham, as frequently has been the case since he rode in to rescue Major League Soccer. The more Beckham does not play the more time there is to ponder the picture, big, little and otherwise. Those who rule MLS began with a patient, go-slow, keep-the-payroll-under-control business model. last_img read more

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Train kills California City man

first_imgThe train was hauling freight from Portland to Phoenix, Davis said. A digital recorder aboard the train will provide information on its speed, braking and other data about the crash, Davis said. On Thursday, a young couple was hit and killed by a Metrolink passenger train as they walked on the tracks in Newhall. Names were still not released Friday for the couple, described as in their late teens or early 20s. chuck.bostwick@dailynews.com (661) 267-5742160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LANCASTER – A California City man was killed Friday when he ran in front of a fast-moving freight train at a Lancaster intersection. In the second fatal North Los Angeles County train collision involving pedestrians in two days, deputies were investigating whether the man was trying to kill himself or just get across the intersection before the mile-long train blocked it. “People said it looked like he was running to beat the train,” sheriff’s Sgt. Steve Vaughan said. The man’s name was not immediately released. Sheriff’s homicide detectives were called in to investigate. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventAvenue J was closed to traffic across the tracks for more than three hours, although Metrolink trains were able to get by on a parallel track. Crossing arms were down, signals were blinking and the train’s air horn was blowing when the man ran along Avenue J’s northern sidewalk and onto the tracks about 10:50 a.m., officials said. The man was knocked more than 100 feet into a ditch on the far side of the street, where he was pronounced dead. “The crew was pretty well shaken up,” Union Pacific spokesman Mark Davis said. The incident occurred on a track section where freight trains normally travel about 50 mph, and it took the train about a half-mile to stop. last_img read more

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Red Star Belgrade vs Tottenham commentary: Son at the double in Serbia

first_img Liverpool set for Champions League boost as Takumi Minamino will be available Getty Images – Getty Tottenham can ill-afford any slip-ups in their trip to Red Star Belgrade tonight as they strive to make it out of the Champions League group stages.Spurs have won just two of their last ten games in all competitions and endured a difficult afternoon at Everton on Sunday. Ancelotti tells fans he has Champions League dream for Everton The pressure is growing on Muaricio Pochettino with each passing week and the club could well do with a morale-boosting display in Europe this evening.They beat Red Star 5-0 last month in north London but will know a trip to Serbia is never easy.talkSPORT will bring you all the action from Europe’s elite competition and here’s how you can tune in. Tottenham star Harry Kane should be fit to face Red Star Belgrade on target 2 Atletico handed huge boost for Liverpool tie with Diego Costa returning from injury Tottenham Hotspur take on Red Star Belgrade tonight Red Star Belgrade vs Tottenham: How to listenThe Group B clash will get under way at 8pm on Wednesday, November 6.Full commentary from the Rajko Mitic Stadium will be live on talkSPORT, with our coverage starting at 7pm.Hugh Woozencroft will bring you all the build-up before handing over to Jim Proudfoot and Ray Houghton for live and exclusive commentary.To tune in, just click here for the live stream or click the radio player below.You can also listen through the talkSPORT App, on DAB Digital Radio or on MW 1053 or 1089.For more information about how to listen LIVE on talkSPORT 2 click here. Getty Images – Getty center_img ready? 2 BOOST Red Star Belgrade vs Tottenham: Team news and line-upsSon Heung-min and Harry Kane have both been included in the Tottenham squad for the clash.Pochettino could have left Son behind on compassionate grounds after the South Korean was left visibly distressed at the injury to Andre Gomes following his tackle on the Everton midfielder in Sunday’s 1-1 draw at Goodison Park.Kane, meanwhile, has recovered from a virus that forced him out of the clash with the Toffees.Red Star Belgrade: Borjan, Gobeljic, Milunovic, Degenek, Rodic, Jovancic, Petrovic, Garcia, Marin, Van La Parra, Pavkov.Subs: Popovic, Pankov, Vulic, Boakye, Jander, Simic, Canas.Tottenham: Gazzaniga, Foyth, Sanchez, Dier, Rose, Sissoko, Ndombele, Lo Celso, Alli, Son, Kane.Subs: Alderweireld, Vorm, Sessegnon, Eriksen, Moura, Skipp, Davies.Referee: Carlos Del Cerro LATEST CHAMPIONS LEAGUE NEWS Aiming high KICK-OFF: Red Star Belgrade v SpursA huge #UCL night for #THFC 🔥Join @JimProudfoot and @RayHoughton8 for live commentary and match reaction.What will the score be? 🤔📱 App → https://t.co/B20m65uOHq📻 Listen → https://t.co/nOCybh8ExD pic.twitter.com/1gAkJH95XY— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) November 6, 2019Red Star Belgrade vs Tottenham: What has been said?Spurs are set to be subjected to an intense atmosphere in Belgrade, a place where Liverpool floundered last season.The Reds, who went on to win the competition, lost 2-0 and Harry Kane is eager to avoid becoming another high-profile Premier League scalp.“Hopefully not,” he said. “Hopefully we can win tomorrow night.“I’ve heard from a few players that the atmosphere will be very tough, very hostile.“We have to focus on ourselves and do everything in our power to win the game. We have to make sure we’re ready.“Three points puts us in a great position.” Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 17.01%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, 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.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 Rate1xFullscreen Simon Jordan is shocked at the current state of the Tottenham teamlast_img read more

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Motherwell appoint Stephen Robinson as new manager

first_imgStephen Robinson has been appointed the new manager of Motherwell on a permanent basis.The 42-year old replaces Mark McGhee, who was sacked from the manager’s position at the end of February after the team’s poor run of form. Robinson has been handed a contract until May 2018.He will be in the dugout for Saturday’s Scottish Premiership home game with St Johnstone.The club interviewed five candidates, including the club’s former midfielder Simo Valakari, before opting to continue with the Northern Irishman at the helm. “His values, skills and attributes matched exactly with the criteria we developed to be the manager of this football club and we wish him every success. I would ask our fantastic supporters to get behind Stephen and the players as we aim to finish the campaign strongly.”Motherwell had only won one game in seven since the start of 2017 under McGhee, with heavy 7-2 and 5-1 defeats to Aberdeen and Dundee respectively.Robinson, who returned to the club as a coach shortly before McGhee’s departure, took interim charge.He led his side to a 2-1 win over Kilmarnock but lost 1-0 to Aberdeen the following week.Motherwell, who sit tenth in the league, four points off the bottom of the table, take on Tommy Wright’s side in the 3pm kick-off on Saturday. “I am absolutely delighted and proud to lead this football club, a club with a rich history in the Scottish game,” Robinson told Motherwell’s official website.“My mission from the board is absolutely clear. Firstly, to ensure the team have a strong finish to the SPFL Premiership season and finish as high as we possibly can between now and May.“Then, to help shape the club going forward with a strong emphasis on hard work, discipline and a real passion and desire for Motherwell FC that the fans can get behind and be proud of.”Club chairman Jim McMahon said: “It was clear that Stephen was the outstanding candidate. He has a real vision of what the club needed in the short, medium and long-term and a plan of how he would implement it.last_img read more

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“That win was for Pat” – Bonner dedicates U21 final win to popular coach Pat

first_imgDonegal Under-21 manager Declan Bonner says Monday’s Ulster U21 final win was for popular goalkeeping coach Pat Shovelin.By Chris McNulty, Donegal Sport HubArdara man Shovelin was on the sidelines of the Athletic Grounds for the final despite the fact that he is undergoing treatment for cancer. The 40-year-old missed last Wednesday’s semi-final win over Cavan in Enniskillen as he was in hospital, but was permitted to be at Monday’s final to see Donegal defeat Derry 3-17 to 0-13.Shovelin  – who lives in Doneyloop with his young family – is fighting a form of liver cancer, but remains an integral part of the Donegal Under-21 group.He was diagnosed early this year and was under the care of medics in Sligo before beginning chemotherapy last month.“It’s was great to see Pat there with us,” Donegal manager Bonner told Donegal Daily. “He travelled up to the game there with Tony Shovelin. Pat is fighting his own fight, but it was brilliant to have him with us and we’re all rooting for Pat in his own battle, too.“He is a brilliant asset to our set up. Gary Walsh was there for three years and was a brilliant coach but when he couldn’t commit, we went for Pat.“Pat is a really top character and a top-class goalkeeping coach.“He is a top guy and it’s brilliant to have him in.“It was a huge lift for the boys to have him there on Monday. That win was for Pat. Hopefully now we can press on and get to an All-Ireland final for him.” Shovelin hopes to be on the line on Saturday at Breffni Park where Donegal face Dublin in an All-Ireland Under-21 semi-final.Shovelin, who played club football with his native Ardara, was the goalkeeping coach in 2010 when Jim McGuinness took the Donegal Under-21s to an Ulster title and an All-Ireland final.He was the goalkeeping coach for the duration of McGuinness’ four-year term with the Donegal senior team before being recruited this year by Bonner to take the place of Walsh.“That win was for Pat” – Bonner dedicates U21 final win to popular coach Pat was last modified: April 13th, 2017 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:ArdaracancerchemotherapyDanny RodgersDeclan BonnerDonegal Under 21sPaddy Byrnelast_img read more

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