Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSunday 12 May 2019 8:54 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.3kShares Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was managed by Jurgen Klopp at Borussia Dortmund (Picture: Getty)Jürgen Klopp is claiming all three Golden Boot winners 😂 pic.twitter.com/ErZUPznYEr— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) May 12, 2019 He said: Do we have the two top goalscorers, right?‘Oh, Auba scored twice again? At Burnley? Wow, I never would have expected that‘How do they do that now, do they make three golden boots? Or everybody gets it for three months?‘So, all my players, eh?’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisement Jurgen Klopp shocked by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang winning Premier League Golden Boot Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang won the Premier League Golden Boot in his first full season in English football (Picture: Getty)Jurgen Klopp admitted he was shocked after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ensured there was a three-way tie for this season’s Premier League Golden Boot.The Gabon international scored twice at Turf Moor as Arsenal ended their domestic campaign on a high with a 3-1 win.At Anfield, meanwhile, Sadio Mane also registered a brace in a 2-0 victory over Wolves which, ultimately, wasn’t enough for Klopp’s side to end a 29-year wait for the league title.Mane, teammate Mohamed Salah and Arsenal talisman Aubameyang all finished excellent personal campaigns on 22 goals, although Klopp was pleasantly surprised his former Borussia Dortmund charge was able to join such illustrious company.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Comment
A report compiled by the Dutch government has estimated that combined assets in the country’s pension system would equate to approximately €50,500 per person.Drawing on figures compiled by the Organisation for Co-operation and Development (OECD), the Dutch Cabinet found that the Netherlands had by far the most pension savings in Europe per capita. Switzerland and Iceland – with pension assets of €45,811 and €41,433 per capita – came in second and third place, respectively.Other markets highlighted in the survey included the UK, with €27,366 in pension assets per citizen, Ireland (€16,155), Denmark (€16,056) and Finland (€13,855). Pension assets exceeded €4,000 per capita in none of the 16 remaining EU countries, the Dutch government said. It said pension assets in Germany and Belgium amounted to €1,980 and €1,409 per capita, respectively, while France and Greece fared worst of all, boasting just €91 and €9 per head, respectively.The Dutch Cabinet looked at the accrued pension assets in Europe at the request of Parliament.
DailyMail 29 July 2013Stephen Hawking’s first wife has revealed how the world-famous physicist’s illness forced them into their own ‘black hole’ of despair.Jane Wilde, who was married to the scientist for 25 years, says the couple were ‘engulfed and then swept away by a wave of fame and fortune’.She added: ‘It got rather too much for me to cope with. We ceased to be happy as before.’Speaking in a new film to coincide with the release of the award-winning cosmologist’s memoirs, Miss Wilde, the mother of his three children, describes how there were ‘two faces to Stephen’.‘One was the public wunderkind who had overcome motor neurone and was travelling the world. The other was our home situation where his illness forced us into our own black hole.’http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2380300/Professor-Stephen-Hawking-reveals-doctors-offered-turn-life-support-machine.html
“The para-teachers will be the ones who will assist children in going through their modules at their homes,” she said on July 23. The initiative will be implemented in partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd) Division of Antique through the Tulong Panghanapbuhay Para sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers-Government Internship Program for four months starting August 17, according to DOLE provincial director Melisa Navarra. SAN JOSE, Antique – The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) provincial office will hire 612 para-teachers who will assist learners in classes which will begin on Aug. 24. Para-teachers are expected to fill in the gap and provide the much-needed assistance to learners for them to cope with the new learning modality. Each of the 590 barangays in this province will be assigned with one para-teacher each while the other 22 will report in the district offices of DepEd.“Education graduates or those with Information Communication Technology knowledge who are still unemployed may apply as para-teachers. They can come to the DOLE provincial office in San Jose town as walk-in applicants or they can put their documents on the dropbox placed in front of the office,” said Navarra.Those interested may also coordinate with the Public Employment Service Office (PESO) in their respective municipalities.“The para-teachers will be receiving a daily salary of P395. Their payday is every 15th and 30th of the month,” she said.According to Navarra, the project was the initiative of Antique lone district representative Loren Legarda, chairperson of the House Sub-Committee on the New Normal.Legarda, in her July 20 statement, said para-teachers will be required to attend capability-building activities such as mentoring and coaching by DepEd-Antique so that they could perform their duties and functions well. (With a report from PNA/PN)
Robert Brinnkmoeller,74, of New Alsace passed Thursday, September 28. He is survived by his nephew, David Joseph Brinkmoeller of Cleves, his “adopted” family: Dan and Denise Beckedahl of New Alsace, Josh and Mckenzie Beckedahl of New Castle, IN, Adam and Brittany Beckedahl of Vineland, NJ, and Grandkids: Jacob, Mckaela, Kayla, Lexi, Damien, Benjamin, Colton (on the way).Robert was preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Rosina Brinkmoeller andhis brother David Brinkmoeller.He was a member of American Legion Post 452, Veterans of Foreign Wars of Aurora, Lifetime member of NRA, Disabled Americans, and All Saints Parish.Mass of Christian Burial is Thursday, October 5, 2017 at St. Paul Church, All Saints Parish at 11:00. This will be followed with lunch at the American Legion in New Alsace.Memorials to American Legion Post 452.
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Press Association Wales coach Warren Gatland believes the British and Irish Lions should consider using a quota system. Gatland took charge of the Lions for their tour of Australia earlier this year, coming away with a 2-1 series win thanks to a team dominated by Welsh players. His selection drew criticism in some quarters and Gatland believes a discussion is needed about what fans want from the team. He told the Sunday Telegraph: “I think something the Lions should instigate is a public debate about whether the Lions need a quota system. “It’s worth debating and I think we should start it off. Do we need a minimum number of players from a country in the squad and then, when we are picking a Test side, does there need to be a minimum of one or two [from each country] in the starting XV? “I think I know what the answer will be with that, but, if we don’t raise it and debate it to get a consensus, then potentially we are going to end up with what we had recently on this tour.” Gatland was surprised by the vitriolic response his team selections inspired in come quarters, with suggestions that his choices were anti-Irish or overly pro-Welsh. “That personal stuff got to me,” Gatland said. “I go back to the 1993 Lions tour to New Zealand and I think there were 11 Englishmen that started the third Test in Auckland, but there wasn’t the controversy with that.”
Student in the St. Lucie County school district will now be starting their academic year two weeks later than the original proposed start date.The start of the academic year was set to begin on August 10th, however, officials in St. Lucie County have decided to push that date back to August 24th.“The additional two weeks gives time for the conditions in the county to improve and additional time for staff to finalize preparations for the school year,” St. Superintendent E. Wayne Gent said.Several other factors also contributed to the decision to delay the start of school including the delivery of protective equipment, the distribution of laptops for those who opted to continue distance learning, and the establishment of general safety protocols.“Our number one priority is to return to school safely, ” Gent said.Parents where given three options in which their children would receive their education this year.Students could either return to campus learning, continue distance learning, or attend the Mosaic Digital Academy, which requires a commitment of one year.The district is currently working on the revised calendar to accommodate the delayed start and will notify parents once that is available.
RHT Jammers sink Hopetown Stealers (57-45)By Colin Bynoe (Jr)ROSE Hall Town Jammers defeated Hopetown Stealers 57-45, in the Berbice Amateur Basketball Association 2017 Tournament, which continued last Sunday with a second-round match-up at the Lichfield Basketball Court.The venue was changed from Hopetown to Lichfield because of the inclement weather.When the game began, RHT Jammers maintained steady positions, Roy Murray opened up the game for the Jammers with an easy layup. The visitors had many scoring opportunities in the first quarter. Stealers turned the ball over many times, and they never look threatening.At the end of the first quarter, the RHT Jammers led 17-11. Hopetown Stealers found some momentum in the second quarter, which saw them claw their way back. When the halftime whistle blew, the score was 24-20 in favour of the Jammers.In the second half of the contest, the ball was distributed evenly, as the Jammers looked ominous to extend their lead. For the entire game, Jammers maintained their dominance.As Roy Murray continued his shooting exploits, he got excellent support from Mikel Lewis with 15 and David Hope poured in 11 points. Murray of the Jammers ended with a game-high 21 points while for the loosing Hopetown Stealers, Ruel Edwards and Kelon Webster sank 18 and 13 points each.The game ended 57-45.In the next round of the tournament Ithaca Hardliners will battle Canje Knight at the Vryman’s Erven Basketball Court in New Amsterdam.Six teams are involved in the competition, which is being played on a robin-robin basis.Zone AZone BCanje KnightRose Hall Town JammersFyrish Black SharkN/A WarriorsIthaca HardlinersHopetown StealersThe tournament is being organised by the president of the Berbice Basketball Association Vibert Garrett.Trophy, cash and other incentives are up for grabs.
GREG DIXON/Herald PhotoThe Wisconsin men’s soccer team opened its 2006 Big Ten season with a deserved and anticipated victory Sunday as it defeated Michigan 2-1 in a thrilling overtime clash at the McClimon Soccer Complex.Thanks to a little help from Michigan defender Chase Tennant, who lofted the ball over his own goalkeeper’s head for an overtime own-goal, the Badgers won their first Big Ten conference opener in over five years.”We only had two [Big Ten] wins last season. … We started 0-4,” junior Dirk Pearson said of his team’s 2005 conference performance. “We think we can win the Big Ten this year, and just starting off 1-0 is big. We let it almost get away from us there at the end, and we need to get a little more composure … but we have all the talent in the world.”After receiving a pass from freshman Brandon Miller, Pearson snatched the lead for the Badgers in the 76th minute when he dribbled past one defender and squeaked the ball past Michigan goalkeeper Patrick Sperry. Though not the most beautiful goal he’s ever scored, Pearson admitted he was pleased with his good fortune.”I was just trying to center it as I scooped it over the keeper,” Pearson said. “Luckily, from the angle I had, [the ball] went in. I’m not going to say there was a lot of skill there. … Obviously that was pretty lucky, but I’ll take anything that I can get at this point.”With only 14 minutes remaining in regulation, it looked as if Pearson’s strike would stand and the Badgers would hold on to their lead. However, with only 30 seconds left, Michigan senior Brian Popeny blasted a free-kick from 30 yards out past Wisconsin keeper Jake Settle for the late, late equalizer. Though initially demoralized, the bruised Wisconsin squad huddled together and found the strength in each other to not let another match slip out of its hands.With two minutes and nine seconds remaining in the first overtime period, the soccer gods were smiling on the Badgers as a long free kick by senior William Bagayoko was misplayed by Tennant into his own net from 20 yards out.”It’s often said that you create your own luck,” Wisconsin head coach Jeff Rohrman said. “And, you know — wet field, slick surface — when you put balls forward near the box and near the goal, things can happen and we got a break … it was obviously a great feeling to finally have something go our way today.”With an 0-2 overtime record after losing to both SMU and Creighton in extra time this season, Rohrman was more than happy with his team’s overtime performance and the resiliency they demonstrated.”I think the word ‘relieved’ comes to mind,” Rohrman said. “We should have closed [the game] out in regulation, but as disappointed as we were with … giving up the goal, I was really proud of the guys to put it together and find a way to win.”One aspect of Sunday’s match not to be overlooked was the play of Wisconsin’s stellar defensive line led by senior captain Aaron Hohlbein. Hohlbein and company shut down one of the nation’s top-striking duos, Peri Marosevic and Jake Stacy.”[Michigan] has two tremendous, dangerous forwards in Peri [Marosevic] and Jake Stacy,” Rohrman said. “They caused some problems with some great little combinations early in the game, but we talked about that at halftime, and I thought the second half was pretty good.”As the Badgers savor this sweet victory, they look forward to avenging a 2-0 loss suffered to in-state rival UW-Milwaukee last season when they take on the Panthers this Wednesday at the McClimon Soccer Complex.“[UW-M] is not a conference opponent obviously, but they’re definitely our biggest in-state rival,” Rohrman said. “We all want to get something rolling, and if we have confidence I don’t think anybody can stop us.”