News VietnamAsia – Pacific Organisation News Vietnam sentences journalist Tran Thi Tuyet Dieu to eight years in prison April 7, 2021 Find out more RSF_en Three more independent reporters arrested in Vietnam Follow the news on Vietnam RSF laureates support jailed Vietnamese journalist Pham Doan Trang Reporters Without Borders today called on Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende, whose country currently holds the European Union presidency, to press the Vietnamese authorities to free ailing cyber-dissident Pham Hong Son during the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) being held in Hanoi early next month. to go further News News April 27, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information April 22, 2021 Find out more VietnamAsia – Pacific Receive email alerts September 16, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Dutch premier urged to press Vietnamese on ailing cyber-dissident Pham Hong Son Reporters Without Borders today called on Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende, whose country currently holds the European Union presidency, to press the Vietnamese authorities to free ailing cyber-dissident Pham Hong Son during the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) being held in Hanoi early next month.According to his wife, Son is suffering from an inguinal hernia that could prove fatal if not operated on, but he has received no treatment and earlier this month he was moved to a prison far from Hanoi, where his family lives.”We call on the Netherlands, as the European Council’s current president, to be firm on the issue of human rights in order to stress the fact that the ASEM summit is not just about economic cooperation,” Reporters Without Borders said.Son’s wife, Vu Thuy Ha, told the US radio station Radio Free Asia that her husband, who has been in solitary confinement for more than a year, appeared very weak the last time she visited him, on 16 August. She said he was using a rope to hold his hernia in, and had difficulty walking. Two weeks after this visit, he was transferred to the Yen Dinh detention centre, about half a day’s journey from Hanoi.Lam Thu Van, a former surgeon in a Saigon hospital and today head of the Democracy for Vietnam Centre in Montreal, said Son needs an operation as soon as possible, as he could die as a result of complications from the hernia. Son’s wife travelled to Yen Dinh on 11 September with their two children but they were denied the right to see him.A physician and representative of a foreign pharmaceutical company, Son has been in prison since 27 March 2002 for translating an article from the US embassy website called “What is democracy?” and posting it online. He also wrote many articles about democracy and human rights that were posted in Vietnamese discussion forums.The Hanoi people’s court sentenced him on 18 June 2003 to 13 years in prison for “spying” and three years under house arrest. The sentence was reduced on appeal on 26 August 2003 to five years in prison and three years under house arrest.The aim of the ASEM summits is to promote Asia-Europe dialogue. They bring heads of state and government from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), plus China, Japan and South Korea, together with their EU counterparts and the European Commission president. The next summit will be held in Hanoi on 8-9 October.Over 13 years ago, Reporters without Borders created its “Sponsorship Programme” and called upon the international media to select and support an imprisoned journalist. More than two hundreds news staffs around the globe are thus sponsoring colleagues by regularly petitioning authorities for their release and by publicising their situations so that their cases will not be forgotten.Currently, Pham Hong Son is sponsored by : SVM Micro, liberation.fr
Western North Carolina abounds with summer residential camps, but many are too expensive for kids living here. That’s about to change.A 900-acre YMCA summer camp is planned near Fontana Lake, just three miles from the Nantahala Outdoor Center. YMCA Camp Watia will serve children from Western North Carolina who might not have the opportunity to experience the mountains, streams, trails and wealth of recreational activities throughout the region, said Paul Vest, president and chief executive officer for the YMCA of WNC.The overnight youth camp is expected to cost $550 a week and will open in the summer of 2016. Initially, it will feature a two-story dining hall and eight cabins that will each sleep 12 campers. It’s being built on land owned by Ken and Nancy Glass, who gave the YMCA a 125-year charitable lease on the land.Read more about the camp here.
Update on the latest in sports: — The head of China’s football association says teams will implement temporary player pay cuts of 30% to 50% to help teams manage losses from the coronavirus outbreak. The official (Chen Xuyuan) also told state broadcaster CCTV that matches would be resumed on a staggered schedule but gave no specific dates.— Sporting events in Oregon are likely to be without large crowds likely through at least the end of September because of the new coronavirus. Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced steps the state is taking in its reopening next week. Brown asked those planning large gatherings to cancel or significantly modify plans for anything scheduled in September.— The NFL has set protocols for reopening team facilities and has told the 32 teams to have them in place by May 15. Commissioner Roger Goodell mapped out several phases of protocols in a memo obtained by The Associated Press. The first phase to deal with the coronavirus pandemic would involve a limited number of non-player personnel. The individual clubs would decide which employees could return to the facility and when, once the buildings reopen. No players would be permitted in the facility except to continue therapy and rehabilitation for injuries that were underway when facilities were ordered closed in late March.— The Cleveland Cavaliers are one of a handful of NBA teams planning to reopen their training facilities today for individual player workouts. Coach J.B. Bickerstaff said the team has worked with health officials to ensure players and coaches are safe.— NBA teams have been asked to help the Mayo Clinic with a study that could help researchers come closer to finding a solution to the coronavirus problem. Mayo Clinic officials need volunteers for a study largely centered around antibodies. Teams were told that the study would help doctors understand the prevalence of COVID-19 among infected individuals who were asymptomatic or experienced only mild symptoms. UNDATED (AP) — IndyCar has gotten the green flag to finally start its season in Texas.The race will be run June 6 without spectators at Texas Motor Speedway.IndyCar President Jay Frye says IndyCar worked closely with track and public health officials on a plan to “ensure the safety of our event participants.”The June season opener will be on a condensed schedule with practice, qualifying and the race taking place on the same day. There will be strict access guidelines limiting the number of personnel on site, with health screening system administered to all participants and personal protection equipment provided to everyone entering the facility. Social distancing protocols will be in place.In other developments related to the coronavirus pandemic: The tweets weren’t up for long before disappearing from Antetokounmpo’s account. The Bucks said in a statement that an investigation is underway.OBIT-MIKE STORENEx-ABA commissioner Mike Storen, dad of Hannah Storm, dies at 84Mike Storen, a former ABA commissioner and multisport marketing whiz and the father of ESPN broadcaster Hannah Storm, has died. He was 84.Storm says her father died Thursday at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta of complications from cancer. — Fans will be allowed to enter baseball stadiums today for games in Taiwan for the first time this season. It is part of a gradual easing of restrictions amid the pandemic. The China Professional Baseball League said up to 1,000 people would be permitted to enter ballparks after an agreement between the league and Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center.— New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio doesn’t see games returning to Yankee Stadium or Citi Field very quickly, at least not with fans. De Blasio says bigger events are going to be one of the last things that will really fit the equation as the country restarts. He says the perfect time to reopen big events is when the new coronavirus has been “beaten back to next to nothing.”— WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman expects professional boxing to return without spectators and with judges officiating by video from home. Sulaiman said the World Boxing Council has produced a protocol for fights during the coronavirus pandemic that limit, for instance, a four-fight card to about 40-50 people at a venue.— More than 30 workers have accepted voluntary severance packages from the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee. It’s part of the organization’s attempt to trim up to 20% of its expenses in response to shortfalls caused by COVID-19. Furloughs and involuntary layoffs are expected to begin next week.— The televised match involving Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and two of the NFL’s greatest quarterbacks is raising $10 million for COVID-19 relief. Turner Sports is producing the May 24 event that will be simulcast on its networks, including TNT and TBS. Woods and Peyton Manning will take on Mickelson and Tom Brady at Medalist Golf Club. The Texans won a regular-season game at Arrowhead Stadium in 2019, then blew a 24-0 lead in the divisional round of the playoffs.Another highlight of the opening weekend will have Tom Brady’s regular-season debut with Tampa Bay against Drew Brees at New Orleans on Sept. 13 — the first matchup of age 40-plus quarterbacks in NFL history.The opening of SoFi Stadium in the Los Angeles area that Sunday night has the Rams hosting the Cowboys. Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas will debut on the Monday night, Sept. 21, with the Raiders facing Brady and the Buccaneers.The NFL schedule, not to mention offseason activities and the preseason, is considered tentative given the current prohibition on large gatherings.In other NFL news: Officials from Kansas have said coach Bill Self and assistant Kurtis Townsend said they were unaware of the transactions, backing up a statement Gassnola made during sworn testimony.NBA-ANTETOKOUNMPO-ACCOUNTS HACKEDBucks, relatives say Antetokounmpo’s social media was hackedMILWAUKEE (AP) — Giannis Antetokounmpo’s (YAH’-nihs an-teh-toh-KOON’-pohz) social media accounts were hacked on Thursday afternoon and several bizarre and offensive tweets were posted, according to the Milwaukee Bucks, Antetokounmpo’s brother and the player’s representatives.More than a dozen tweets popped up in Antetokounmpo’s feed in the span of about five minutes, and they appeared to clearly be the work of someone other than the reigning MVP. The tweets included racial slurs, profane attacks on other players and a claim that Antetokounmpo had the coronavirus. Associated Press — Soccer teams will be allowed to use two extra substitutes per match to protect players during a backlog of games caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The International Football Association Board says competition organizers can now approve teams making five changes with a sixth in extra time. IFAB says the temporary rule is available to “competitions which have either started or are intended to start, but are scheduled to be completed by Dec. 31.” Leagues which typically end in May face a congested program into July and August to complete their season.CFL-COMMISSIONER-CANCELLATIONCFL commissioner: Canceling season most likely scenarioOTTAWA (AP) — Canadian Football League Commissioner Randy Ambrosie said the most likely scenario is to cancel the season because of the COVID-19 pandemic.Ambrosie made the admission for the first time while testifying Thursday to a House of Commons standing committee on finance. — The New England Patriots have signed four members of their 2020 draft class. Linebackers Josh Uche and Cassh Maluia, kicker Justin Rohrwasser and offensive lineman Justin Herron have all agreed to terms on rookie contracts. The Patriots entered last month’s draft with 12 picks and after making several trades over three days, wound up selecting 10 players.— The lawyer for the wife of Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas said she is being subjected to an “unfounded ongoing investigation” by Texas police after she allegedly pointed a gun at her husband’s head upon finding him in bed with another woman last month. According to a police affidavit, Nina Thomas tracked down her husband at a short-term rental home in Austin in the early morning hours of April 13 and found him and his brother, Seth, in bed with two women.— Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is pushing for a change that would allow football players to enter the NFL draft after their freshman or sophomore seasons in college. Currently, players are not eligible for the NFL draft until they have been out of high school for at least three years. It is a policy in the collective bargaining agreement that runs through the 2030 season.NCAA-COMPENSATING ATHLETESSenators send letters to NCAA leaders with NIL questions UNDATED (AP) — The chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee has sent a letter to NCAA leaders, conferences and schools requesting details about how college athletes can be compensated for their names, images and likenesses.Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., sent 20 questions to each Power Five conference, dozens of colleges and universities and committees at each of the NCAA’s three divisions.Wicker’s letter comes a day after Sens. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., and Cory Booker, D-N.J., released a letter to NCAA President Mark Emmert urging the association to take further action on name, image and likeness compensation for college athletes.VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSIndyCar to open delayed season in Texas Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNFL-SCHEDULEKicking off: Texans at Chiefs to open season Sept. 10UNDATAED (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs will open defense of their Super Bowl championship by hosting Houston on Sept. 10 in the NFL’s annual kickoff game — pending developments in the coronavirus pandemic, of course. News broke last week that the CFL had requested up to $150 million Canadian in assistance from the federal government. During his testimony, Ambrosie said the league’s future is “very much in jeopardy.”KANSAS-NCAA INFRACTIONSNCAA calls alleged Kansas basketball violations “egregious”LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The NCAA struck back at the University of Kansas and its men’s basketball program Thursday, calling five Level I violations that are alleged to have occurred “egregious” and arguing that they undermine and threaten” college athletics.In the latest in a series of back-and-forth filings, the NCAA reiterated in a 92-page response its claim that Adidas representatives were acting as boosters when two of them — T.J. Gassnolo and Jim Gatto — helped to arrange payments to prospective recruits. Those transactions became a central point in a wide-ranging FBI probe into college basketball that has ensnared Kansas, Louisville and several other high-profile programs. May 8, 2020 Known for his hearty laugh and creative mind, Storen rose to executive spots in basketball, football, baseball and tennis during a four-decade career in sports.Storen was general manager of the Indiana Pacers and Kentucky Colonels and president of the Atlanta Hawks. He owned the ABA’s Memphis Sounds, worked for the Cincinnati Royals of the NBA and the Houston Astros.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6
After a tough five-game loss to No. 2 Penn State which left most the players in tears, No. 8 Wisconsin finds itself looking up at the Nittany Lions for the first time all year. “We are obviously disappointed in the outcome,” head coach Pete Waite said. “It was a great battle between two very good teams. … I’m proud of the team in the way they played. I thought the crowd was fantastic and we really appreciate them coming out. It was great volleyball.”Penn State also acknowledged that it was a great match and that they are going to have to fight Wisconsin the rest of the year to win another Big Ten title.“Tonight we were expecting a battle, and that’s what happened,” assistant coach Salima Rockwell said. “Our team was excited to come in here and play in front of a huge crowd. We knew Wisconsin was going to give us a good fight. We prepared hard, and I think the match turned out to pretty much what everybody expected: a good battle and a pretty tough place to play.”Even though the Badgers now find themselves in second place, they still believe they can claim that elusive Big Ten title that they have been trying to win for many years .“Anything can happen in the Big Ten,” senior libero Jocelyn Wack said. “Penn State went to five [games] with Illinois [Friday] night, so anything can happen.”Badgers spike cancerAlthough the Badgers’ main goal Sunday was to remain atop the Big Ten standings, UW did their part to find a cure for breast cancer. Wisconsin donated 50 cents per fan in attendance to the Madison affiliate of the Susan G. Koman Foundation and with 10,326 fans at the Field House, the Badgers gave over $5,000 to help cure breast cancer. “Our crowd was amazing tonight,” senior setter Jackie Simpson said. “Just to see all that support not only for our team but for the spike cancer event was really something special for us.”Penn State was also happy to participate in the event.“It’s great that so many schools and companies are willing to provide sponsorship and funding to help fight the fight against breast cancer,” Penn State head coach Ross Rose said. “It was a great match and there are always great crowds here. It was a terrific event.”With Penn State usually in town over Halloween weekend, the Nittany Lions were pleased to be playing Wisconsin a week earlier than normal. “It was nice to have a positive cause [instead of] let’s-see-how-many-people-can-get- drunk-and-wear-a-costume night,” Rose said. “It was great event, and we feel very fortunate that we won the match today.”The attendance Sunday was the first regular-season sellout in Badger volleyball history and second largest all-time. The only larger crowd was the first round match of the NCCAA tournament between Illinois and Wisconsin in 1990. The attendance that night was 10,936. The capacity of the Field House has since been lowered for safety reasons, and Wisconsin had to turn people away Sunday because of fire hazard concerns. Wack sets dig recordWith No. 8 Wisconsin up 12-6 in the first game of its match against unranked Ohio State Friday night, Jocelyn Wack dug an attack attempt by the Buckeye’s leading offensive player Danielle Meyer.It was only Wack’s second save on the night, but it gave her 1,921 for it career and moved her one ahead of Susan Wohlford and into first place on Wisconsin’s all-time dig list. “It was fantastic that Jo got her dig record,” head coach Pete Waite said. “She has just proven to be a great defensive player and a big part of our team and our success the last four years.”Wack finished the night with 16 digs and moved into third place in Big Ten history with 1,935 career digs.“It’s awesome to be a part of this program, and it says a lot about the program itself. It’s not all me,” Wack said. “A lot of the digs I get are because of the block and the way they set up, and I get a bunch of touches. I’ve had some great coaches and played with a lot of great players along the way.”Wack was also happy she was able to get the record at home in front of 6,842 fans.“It’s even better (to do it) at home in front of almost 7,000 fans,” Wack said. “It was a great feeling. They were really hoping I didn’t get it last week at Iowa. It turned out well.”Besides helping Wisconsin notch another victory, Wack was able to set the dig record in front of close to 50 Badger volleyball alumni, ranging from before the program was officially in existence to last year’s class in Maria Carlini.“The alumni are great, and there has been some great defensive specialists and liberos in the program, too,” Wack said. “For them to see that too it’s a great honor.”With 22 digs in the match against Penn State, Wack moved into a tie for second place in Big Ten history with 1,957 career digs. Wack tied former Nittany Lion Kaleena Walters. Now Wack needs just 43 more digs to become the second player in conference history to amass more than 2,000 digs in a career.
SINGLE TICKET PICK SIX JACKPOT CARRYOVER OF $38,404 INTO THURSDAY AS WELL ARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 29, 2017)–A Pick Six carryover of $71,437 will await fans on Thursday at Santa Anita, as no one correctly tabbed six winners on Sunday. Track officials project Thursday’s total Pick Six pool should approach $500,000. Additionally, there is a Single Ticket Pick Six Jackpot carryover of $38,404 into Thursday.With an eight-race card on tap for Thursday, first post time at Santa Anita is at 1 p.m. The Pick Six will be comprised of races three through eight, with approximate post time for the third race at 2 p.m. PT.For scratches, changes and complete morning line information, please visit santaanita.com.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest As usual, Ohio FFA will be well represented at the 2016 National FFA Convention. Here is a list of Ohio participants to watch for this week.American FFA Degrees – 345 American Star Farmer Finalist – Evan Schaefer, Miami TraceNational Officer Candidate – Matthew Klopfenstein, Wayne TraceHonorary American DegreesJo Heather Arnett, HillsboroKevin Blakley, FairfieldJoseph Boff, ColumbusDan Fulk, West SalemHarold Karcher, RichwoodPatrick Lynch, ColumbusRonald Overmyer, Oak HarborDave Stiles, New PhiladelphiaTim Turner, Baltimore National Proficiency Award FinalistsAgricultural Mechanics Design and Fabrication – Luke Durbin, Indian ValleyAgricultural Mechanics Repair and Maintenance-Entrepreneurship – Reed Aller, St. MarysAgricultural Mechanics Repair and Maintenance-Placement – Ross Homan, Ft. RecoveryAgricultural Processing – Brandon Palmer, FirelandsAgriscience Research Plant – Mariah Cox, Zane TraceBeef Production-Entrepreneurship – Curtis Harsh, Buckeye ValleyDairy Production-Placement – Cameron Mizer, Ridgewood Diversified Crop Production-Entrepreneurship – Brice Walker, East ClintonGoat Production – Olivia Congrove, Zane TraceLandscape Management – Shaun Wenrick, AnnaPoultry Production – Riley Evans, Miami TraceSheep Production – Lindsay Shell, BlanchesterSwine Production-Entrepreneurship – Nole Gerfen, RidgemontSwine Production-Placement – Mitchell Kramer, New BremenVegetable Production – Frank Becker, Smithville Wildlife Production and Management – Tyler Stewart, East Clinton National Chapter Award-Models of Excellence FinalistsFelicity-Franklin, Houston, Miami Trace, Ridgemont National Chapter Award-Models of Innovation FinalistsCommunity Development – Bowling Green, Ridgemont Chapter Development – Ridgemont, VersaillesStudent Development – Northwestern(D3) Two-Star Chapters – Benjamin Logan, Newton Three-Star Chapters – Anna, Black River, Blanchester, Bowling Green, Cardington, Clear Fork Valley, Covington, Crestview-Ashland, Elgin, Fayetteville, Felicity-Franklin, Houston, Hardin Northern, Kenton, London, Lynchburg-Clay, Marysville, Miami East-MVCTC, Miami Trace, Mowrystown, North Union, New Bremen, Northwestern(D3), Peebles, Ridgemont, Versailles, Wauseon, Zane TraceNational Agriscience Fair FinalistsAnimal Systems Division 1 – Jessica McWatters, PettisvilleAnimal Systems Division 2 – Olivia Pflaumer, Zane TraceAnimal Systems Division 3 – Rachel Lokai and Natalie Zerkle, A.B. Graham-OHPAnimal Systems Division 4 – Taylor Orr and Trina Orr, UticaEnviron Services/Natural Resources Systems Division 1 – Kayla Wyse, PettisvilleEnviron Services/Natural Resources Systems Division 2 – Jordan Skates, PettisvilleEnviron Services/Natural Resources Systems Division 3 – Kylie Blair and Jessica Gillum, Miami East-MVCTCEnviron Services/Natural Resources Systems Division 4 – Matt Goddard and J.D. Stickley, A.B. Graham-OHPFood Products and Processing Systems Division 2 – Ann Shelby, Zane TraceFood Products and Processing Systems Division 3 – Mallory Taulbee and Madison Moore, Felicity-FranklinFood Products and Processing Systems Division 4 – Erin Jennings and Haley Cooper, Felicity-FranklinPlant Systems Division 1 – Ethan Kaper, Liberty UnionPlant Systems Division 2 – Jacob Dennis, PettisvillePlant Systems Division 3 – Carlee Riggs and Raelynn Morales, Felicity-FranklinPlant Systems Division 4 – Sumner Lonseth and Hailey Velker, Anthony WaynePower, Structural and Technical Systems Division 2 – Lindsay Fries, Northwestern ClarkPower, Structural and Technical Systems Division 3 – Joseph Glassmeyer and Jared Hamilton, Felicity-FranklinSocial Systems Division 1 – Claire Sample, Anthony WayneSocial Systems Division 2 – Julia Everidge, Zane TraceSocial Systems Division 4 – Charlee Prushing and Drew Glick, Westfall National Band ParticipantsJamie Walter, Liberty Union National Chorus ParticipantsKatelyne Crouch-Pymatuning Valley, Cheyenne Gillett-National Trail MVCTC, Heidi Jennings-Eastwood National Talent ParticipantsMacey Butchko-Firelands, Chase Cummings-Waynesfield-Goshen
A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#E-Learning#web TeachStreet, the online community that helps lifelong learners find teachers and classes on almost any subject, is joining the “deals” space today, launching a new feature with both an online and (for now) a local Seattle deal.This week’s online deal: $59 for a 6 month access pass to Educator.com (normally $150). This week’s local deal: $25 for a 3-class package at Arthur Murray Dance (normally $59). Share the deal with 3 friends who sign up, and yours is free.“We should have done it a year ago,” admits CEO and founder Dave Schappell. Perhaps. But the addition of deals to TeachStreet doesn’t make sense simply because of the explosion of interest in the space. Instead, TeachStreet has spent the last year or so focused on building a vibrant community of teachers and learners. There are just under a half million classes listed on the site, offered by around 100,000 teachers and schools.Unlike other sites that are focused on deals only and offer a range of discounted services – deals on spa services, restaurants, tours and the like – TeachStreet will remain focused on education. That means these deals will be targeted at quite a different consumer. Rather than pitching a service to someone who’s on the look out for a deal – any deal – the addition of deals to TeachStreet will benefit those interested in lifelong learning and will serve as another marketing vehicle for the teachers on the site. It will also add a layer of virality as well, as learners are encouraged to share the deals with friends in order to secure free classes for themselves. And in many ways, classes are more fun with other friends along. Not all teachers are required to offer deals, of course. “We offer a suite of ways to use the site,” says Schappell. That includes a number of other tools and metrics for teachers, who are able to see for example how many leads they have, how people view and click on their profiles, how many enrollments they’ve got, and so on. Adding deals to classes makes sense as lessons are the sort of thing that you want to buy multiples of. And in turn, teachers are interested in deals as those who are willing to buy multiple sessions are probably more serious students.But in the end, says, Schappell, it isn’t simply a matter of promoting just the deals, and he thinks the new feature will be a boon to all the other class-providers on the site. audrey watters 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
The framework has been constructed with consultation and input from national volunteers to address current and future requirements. The TFA Referee Advisory Panel has recently been appointed, with the next step in the framework implementation being the appointment of the Referee Coaching Panel. TFA is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from suitable individuals to fill positions on the Referee Coaching Panel.For more information, please download the attached document. Related Filesreferee_coach_panel_applications_memo_july10-pdf
Chelsea boss Sarri defends Hazard in striker’s role for Leicester defeatby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea boss Maurizio Sarri defended his use of Eden Hazard as a striker for defeat to Leicester City.Jamie Vardy scored the only goal of the game early in the second half, after the Blues had been on top during the opening 45 minutes.Sarri said, “I was really very happy at the end of the first half because we played very well, we were dangerous, we conceded nothing to the opponents, so I was very happy with the team and our deployment of Hazard as a striker. After the goal his position wasn’t important.”It’s important to play again in four days, maybe positive, maybe negative, it depends on our reaction after the match. In the match we had a bad reaction, now it depends on the reaction in the next three days, I think it’s important to play immediately.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say