Jose at entertaining best on Spurs touchline as fans sing his name at full-time

first_imgALL eyes were on Mourinho as he oversaw a 3-2 win at West Ham in his first game in charge of Tottenham.And he did not disappoint with plenty of his classic antics from before kick-off all the way to the end of the game.6 Jose Mourinho was back on the touchline in the Premier League and was back to his usual bestCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdHere is how the breakdown of what he got up to on the sidelines…-7′ Mourinho emerges from the visitors dressing room ahead of his players and chats with the mascots in the tunnel before having a brief chat with his opposite number Manuel Pellegrini.-3′ The Special One follows the players out of the tunnel and turns right to shake hands with Pellegrini and the West Ham coaching staff on the home bench before going across to his own side.0′ The match kicks off with Mourinho stood alone on the edge of his technical area.3′ After 2mins 25secs he makes the 15-yard trek back to his seat in the dugout. But he is not there for long as he reacts to Harry Kane firing the ball into the roof of the net by dashing out to the technical area. Unfortunately for him and Tottenham, the goal is ruled out for offside. This results in Jose having a quiet word with fourth official Robert Jones, who gets a friendly pat on the back from the Portuguese for his troubles.7′ The ball goes out for a throw and Jose points it should be awarded to his Spurs. The lino duly obliges.10′ Still no songs or chants about Mourinho from the away – or the home – fans. No boos either, mind.11′ Mourinho looks on as Hammers boss Pellegrini remonstrates with the fourth official after his defender Issa Diop is booked for a foul on Harry Kane.17′ Mourinho continues to patrol his technical area with his hands in his trouser pockets, like he is feeling for lost change. A member of the coaching staff darts out to give him a message and the new Spurs boss starts barking instructions and making hand signals at his players.6 It is a case of hands up if you are the Special One as the Portuguese gets out in his technical areaCredit: Reuters6 Mourinho worked his magic once again with yet another win when taking charge of a new club for the first timeCredit: EPA20′ Still no songs or chants about Mourinho. Have the fans forgotten he is here?26′ As the ball goes out of play Mourinho grabs hold of nearby Lucas Moura and whispers a few instructions in his ear.30′ Still no songs or chants about Mourinho.33′ Mourinho takes a bottle of water from a bucket behind his technical area, at least he has not started kicking them yet.36′ Son Heung-min fires Tottenham 1-0 up and Mourinho, standing in his technical area, turns around, screams and pumps his fist with delight at his coaching staff, who leap from the bench to embrace him.38′ That goal has perked up the Portuguese as he is now applauding every decent bit of play by his team with extra gusto.43′ Moura make it 2-0 and it is vintage Mourinho as he turns around slides on his knees in the technical…presumably forgetting it is carpet, not grass. Good luck with him explaining those burns on his knees to his missus when he gets home.45′ As soon as the fourth official’s board goes up, Jose heads down the tunnel, clearly satisfied with his new side’s first 45 minutes.46′ Mourinho starts the second half, like he started the first. On the edge of his technical area.47′ The Spursial One crouches down with his head in his hands as he cannot believe Moura has just dragged his shot wide following another free-flowing move.49′ But Mourinho is all smiles again as Kane heads in Tottenham’s third. The gaffer celebrates by turning around to his bench, gyrating his hips and pumping his fists like a drunk uncle at a wedding.55′ Still no songs or chants about Mourinho.61′ Mourinho takes a step back – well a few actually – as he lets one of his coaches take his place in the technical area.65′ Mourinho crouches in the technical area like Paula Radcliffe by a kerb. But it is the Hammers who are going down the drain here.67′ Celebrating fans run through their classic playlist, including Glory Glory Hallelujah and I Can’t Smile Without You.70′ But still no songs or chants about Mourinho.72′ As Kane receives treatment after blocking Aaron Cresswell’s free kick with his head, Mourinho prepares to make his first sub at Spurs boss, chatting with Christian Eriksen as the Dane prepares to gets stripped.75′ But as West Ham pull one back through Michail Antonio it is Danny Rose who gets sent on in place of Ben Davies, who got injured as his side conceded.79′ Eriksen finally enters the fray for Alli, who gets a handshake and a hug from Mourinho as he leaves the pitch. The axed England midfielder may not have played well recently…but his brother was blooming outstanding today!82′ Mourinho makes his final sub, sending on Moussa Sissoko for Moura. You can just sense the manager’s shoulders tensing up a bit as West Ham push forward in search of another goal.86′ It’s Jose the peacemaker as he holds up his hands and calls for calm during a spot of handbags between Kane and Robert Snodgrass.6Latest Tottenham newsHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’KAN’T HAVE THATVictor Osimhen keen on Spurs move but only if they sell Kane this summerYOU KAN DO ITKlinsmann quit Spurs to win trophies but says Kane’s better off stayingTURBULENT PAIRINGDrogba and Mido had mid-flight brawl after stewardess prank went wrong90′ The fourth official’s board shows six minutes of time added on. Unlike some previous occasions Jose decides to hang around and not head for the dressing room.90+6’ Angelo Ogbonna pulls another back for the Hammers before ref Michael Oliver blows the final whistle. Mourinho shakes hands with Jones and Pellegrini before heading back to the bench to congratulate his staff and players on the bench.As the last of his stars come off the pitch, the travelling fans strike up a chorus of: Jose Mourinho, Jose Mourinho… Mourinho responds with a fist pump, a clap and a wave before heading down the tunnel hand in hand with Son and Alli.6 Jose certainly had Manuel Pellegrini’s number this afternoon as his new side raced into a 3-0 leadCredit: AFP or licensors6 Spurs fans appreciated the efforts of their previous boss but welcomed the new man in chargeCredit: Getty Images – GettyJose Mourinho asked Dele Alli ‘are you Dele or his brother-’ as he bids to get Spurs star firing againlast_img read more

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Competition does not forgive Stuani: it will be low against Ponferradina

first_imgHopes to have him on Saturday were slim, but the club has tried because he is aware that Stuani is vital. So far this year he has scored 22 goals and without him, this season, Girona does not know the victory. He has been low in four games and the balance is two draws (Sporting Y Ponferradina) and two defeats (Albacete Y Almeria). Competition ignores the allegations, with videographic evidence, presented by Girona and maintains what the referee wrote in the minutes of the match: he was admonished by “take down an opponent in the ball dispute recklessly”. In this way, the Committee has chosen to suspend Stuani for a match for yellow accumulation following article 112 of the Disciplinary Code and impose an accessory fine to the club of 200 euros and 600 to the tip in application of article 52. 7 From the club they accept this decision and, according to the red and white entity, They do not plan to bring an appeal to the Appeals Committee. Martí already knows that he will not be able to count on Stuani before Ponferradina and is looking for a substitute. The best located would be, waiting to know if Jonathan Soriano he recovers or not from his injury, Samu Saiz. The attacker has played 18 League matches this course and has scored a bit (he gave the win over the Huesca, 1-0) and distributed two assists. Of course, he has not started since day 21, before the Mirandés (0-3). There has been no forgiveness for Cristhian Stuani. It seemed complicated that the Competition Committee responded to the allegations presented by the Girona to leave without effect the yellow that the striker saw in the match of last day against Deportivo and this Wednesday the sanction has been confirmed. In this way, the Uruguayan will cycle in this Saturday’s duel against Ponferradina and Pep Lluís Martí will not be able to count on his reference in attack. LaBiga SmartBank* Data updated as of February 19, 2020last_img read more

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Sevilla wants a Sánchez Pizjuán for 60,000 people

first_imgWith almost 40,000 members with the right to a seat and a capacity for only 44,000, with numerus clausus and a waiting list when it comes to subscribing, a Seville with capital aspirations is obviously too small for the current Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán. That is why the club is already thinking about a complete remodeling of the stadium, now conditioned for the final of the Europa League 2021. And that reconstruction would include a third ring that would allow it to reach 60,000 spectators. José Castro, Seville president, confirms the idea: “There are no season tickets, tickets are missing, therefore there is a lack of space. The third ring can be done, and we are studying how and when. “José María Cruz, CEO, maintains that line with his usual caution: “The project for the future expansion of the stadium It is underway and the intention is that we can have a first study of ideas in the coming months. The Council is determined to start it as soon as possible and obviously it will be expensive and complicated, not so much for the technique but for combining it with continuing to play matches in the meantime. “ After the completion of the goals high stands in the 70s, Sánchez Pizjuán reached 70,000 spectators, reduced to 66,000 by the 82nd World Cup. In the 90s, with the UEFA decree that all spectators be seated, dropped to 43,000. With the remodeling of the Fondo stand that the Nervión club premiered last season, the capacity was expanded to 44,000. The idea is that this third ring will host at least 15 to 16,000 more spectators.The entity’s director of facilities, Santiago Balbontín, reveals some of the technical details of the great work that may be coming. “It takes three to five years if you don’t stop playing in the stadium. It’s a 60-year-old building. It is planned to cover it in Preference, but not in Goals and Fund, so it would need a reinforcement in the foundations. “ LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 18, 2020last_img read more

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Fires in the Rupununi need collaboration and education to effect change in behaviour

first_imgDear Editor,No doubt many Guyanese are now aware of the recent damages wrought, relevant to the fires at Waikin Ranch. This is a grievous act of deliberate ecological destruction that should be deservedly condemned. Sadly, it was neither the only nor largest of this dry season’s fires. We have received reports at Visit Rupununi of this form of reckless, late season burning from across the region and this year’s events seem to be worse than in previous years.There have been major fires across the savannahs in both the north and south and in the Kanukus, linked to human recklessness; at Karanambu, there was one fire that lasted over 2 weeks in one of the largest and most critical bush islands in the region; along the hunt oil stretch, fires that were deliberately set have destroyed a bridge along the main access path used in the wet season which, if not repaired in time, could leave an entire sector of the region cut off from access to Lethem for food, fuel etc. In other areas, persons have lost homes, property, farms and crops.To paint all acts of burning as barbarous or of human origin is both unfair and untrue. Some fires do result from the combination of heat and the dryness and controlled burning (with its roots in both the Indigenous as well as ranching culture) when used properly has been scientifically shown to have positive impacts. Sadly, there is a growing culture of reckless, malicious and unregulated burning which has evolved in modern times.This has led to wanton destruction of the kind witnessed at Waikin and signals the loss of the knowledge and understanding of the use of burning as an effective traditional land management tool. What is irrefutable is that uncontrolled burning is injurious to wildlife, promotes the spread of savannahs and habitat loss, which in turn robs animals and birds of shelter, food and protection. Uncontrolled burning is injurious to people, Eco-systems and agriculture; destroying useful and endemic species and allowing for advantageous growth of species such a razor grass, which have neither economic nor ecological value.Uncontrolled burning is injurious to tourism because it compromises the quality, integrity and beauty of our product which just won Guyana international accolades as the number one Eco-Tourism destination in the world and, therefore, has a direct impact on the local and national economy.It is not enough to quietly commiserate and share sad faces online, it is time that we as a region and nation take seriously the ecological and economic consequences of such acts which threaten human life, damage crops, cause injury to domestic animals, destroy habitats, kill wildlife and threaten economic activities like tourism and agriculture.It is time to have serious discussions at the regional and community levels about the need for education and working together to reduce and censure wanton destructive actions. Because of climate change, we are seeing longer and hotter dry seasons, a trend that is likely to become increasingly worst in the coming years.The damage caused by burning on the Rupununi landscape is a problem, therefore, if not addressed seriously now will continue to get worst both in magnitude and frequency. As a society, we can no longer duck our heads in the sand. To do so risks being left with a lifeless and ugly wasteland strewn with the stories of “when we were young” and the tears shed over the opportunity lost when a simple change in behaviour was all that was needed to avoid disaster.We must be willing to call out in our villages, communities and families, persons engaged in such reckless acts and work together with regional authorities to bring censure and with local stakeholders to promote education aimed at relearning a more responsible use of fire based on the traditional practices that do work, education and collaboration are the key.Regards,Melanie McTurklast_img read more

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President Sirleaf Salutes Gabon at 57th Independence

first_imgPresident Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has sent a congratulatory message to her colleague, the President of the Republic of Gabon, Mr. Ali Bongo Ondimba, on that country’s 57th Independence Anniversary today, August 17.This national holiday commemorates the independence of Gabon from France in 1960. Its colonization began in the first half of the 19th Century, when France signed treaties with local tribal chiefs and established a protectorate over the coastal area. The French officially occupied the entire territory of Gabon in 1885. In 1910, Gabon became one of the four territories comprising French Equatorial Africa, along with French Congo, Chad and Ubangi-Shari (now the Central African Republic). When French Equatorial Africa was dissolved in the late 1950s, France agreed to give Gabon complete independence.According to a Foreign Affairs Ministry release, President Sirleaf, on behalf of the Government and people of Liberia and in her own name, extended heartfelt felicitations and best wishes to the Government and people of the Republic of Gabon.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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David de Gea signs new deal at Man Utd

first_img0Shares0000Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has pledged his future to the club © AFP/File / Paul ELLISLONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 16 – David de Gea has signed a new long-term contract with Manchester United, the Premier League club announced on Monday, ending months of speculation over his future.The 28-year-old, who had been linked with a return to Spain with Real Madrid for several seasons, has put pen to paper on a new four-year deal. “David de Gea has signed a new long-term contract with Manchester United, keeping him at the club until at least June 2023,” United said on their official website. “There is an option to extend for a further year.”Former manager Alex Ferguson brought De Gea to the club from Atletico Madrid in 2011 in an £18.9 million ($23 million) deal and he has since made 367 appearances for the club.“It has been a privilege to spend eight years at this great club and the opportunity to continue my career at Manchester United is a genuine honour,” said the goalkeeper.“Since I arrived here, I could never have imagined I would play over 350 games for this club. Now my future is fixed, all I want is to help this team achieve what I believe we can and win trophies again, together.”De Gea joined in the year that United reached their third Champions League final in four years.The club’s fortunes have since dipped under a succession of different managers but the Spaniard has won the Premier League, the FA Cup, the League Cup and the Europa League since arriving at Old Trafford.“There’s no place like home,” he tweeted, accompanied by a video of himself the club’s stadium.Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he was delighted the Spaniard had committed his long-term future to the club.“Over recent years, David has proved himself to be the best in the world and a vital part of our plans as we look to take Manchester United back to where it belongs. David is a fantastic person and his outstanding quality provides the perfect base to our defence”De Gea, capped 40 times by Spain, came close to joining Real Madrid in 2015 only for a paperwork delay to stop the deal going through before the transfer deadline.He would have been free to speak to any European clubs from January 1 and leave next summer on a free transfer.Protracted negotiations over De Gea’s future were offered as a reason for his poor form towards the end of last season, with the club finishing a lowly sixth in the Premier League.He was also at fault for Patrick van Aanholt’s late winner as Crystal Palace won 2-1 at Old Trafford last month.He recently lost his place in the Spain team to Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, although he was recalled for this month’s Euro qualifying win over minnows the Faroe Islands.0Shares0000(Visited 10 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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first_imgThe former advertising and marketing manager at Highland Radio has denied that he pressurised or harassed a DJ at the station.Highland RadioJohn Clancy was giving evidence on the second day of a case of constructive dismissal taken by former afternoon show presenter Stephen Lynch.Mr Lynch, had earlier claimed at the Employment Appeals Tribunal in the Silver Tassie Hotel in Letterkenny, that he was put under significant pressure in his job weeks before his father’s death in October, 2012. As well as having the use of a company car taken from him, Mr Lynch, a father-of-three from Carndonagh, said his list of advertising clients was reduced from 29 to 15.He said he had been left with no option but to resign after his wage had been cut from €611 to €390.However, Mr Clancy, the son-in-law of Highland radio owner Gerry Rabbitte who joined the station in 2012, completely denied all claims made against him by Mr Lynch.He said he repeatedly tried to encourage Mr Lynch to improve his sales performance and offered him several ideas and ways of looking after his clients on the Inishowen Peninsula. He said the station’s Inishowen sales, of which Mr Lynch was in charge of, were in “cardiac arrest” and needed to be addressed.One included the idea of Mr Lynch taking off two weeks from his afternoon radio show to concentrate on improving his relationships with his existing clients and building new clients but he refused claiming his show would suffer.He also said an idea of having an outside broadcast featuring the station’s most popular presenter Shaun Doherty for two weeks in Inishowen was also rejected by Mr Lynch.On another occasion he picked up the local newspaper in Inishowen and went through all the adverts in the paper from businesses which did not advertise with Highland.He then suggested to Mr Lynch that they were potential sales which could be followed up on. Mr Clancy said that despite trying repeatedly to address the issue of falling sales, Mr Lynch would not return his emails for a number of days.He said his job was to drive the sales team and that in 2012, when other radio stations were dropping revenue by 9%, Highland had actually increased their sales by 8.5%.“That was unheard of,” said Mr Clancy.When he heard that Mr Lynch’s father was seriously ill, he completely backed off Mr Lynch. He added that if he realised how ill Mr Lynch’s father was then he would have suggested he take a six month sabbatical.And he denied earlier claims that he had a path worn to Mr Lynch’s door.“I was trying to help him out. I was trying to create a bit of a buzz. All radio stations were finding it difficult but I was offering to help Stephen,” he said.Mr Clancy also claimed that Mr Lynch would telephone other staff members to see if he was about and would leave directly for home instead of having to met with him.The tribunal heard the only employment contract between Highland and Mr Lynch was a handwritten piece of paper.Mr Clancy said he was not aware of the terms of Mr Lynch’s work contract.The tribunal also heard how the board finally decided to take the use of the company car from Mr Lynch.It also heard how there was a confrontation between station manager Mr Charlie Collins and Mr Clancy when the sales manager reduced the car pool from three cars down to two.Mr Collins then warned Mr Clancy not to go over his head again, the tribunal heard.Solicitor for Mr Lynch, Mr Ciaran Mac Lochlainn asked Mr Clancy if he used the pool car after it was taken from his client.He said he might use it once a week at most saying he had his own car.He added that he felt the cars were not being used properly and then introduced a log-book system so it could be recorded who was using the cars and at what times.Programme manager at the station Ms Linda McGroarty also gave evidence and refuted earlier claims by Mr Lynch that it was she who asked him to return his company car when he could not come into work during an outside broadcast in Buncrana.Ms McGroarty said she was very friendly with Mr Lynch and all the presenters but that he must have been mistaken.She said she had no recollection of any such conversation and that her first concern was for Stephen and the second was that she had to organise a presenter to fill in for him that afternoon.She told the tribunal “With respect I would not have done that (asked for him to leave the car back) as cars mean nothing to me. It would not have been something I would have said. I never mentioned car to Stephen.”The case was adjourned until October 6th next when it is expected to hear from Highland owner Gerry Rabbitte and his son Tim.FORMER HIGHLAND RADIO BOSS DENIES HARASSING PRESENTER was last modified: July 9th, 2015 by StephenShare 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:Highland RadiojobJohn ClancyStephen Lynchtribunallast_img read more


Lancaster alum Wheeler to wrestle in national event

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event – Dave Shelburne 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Lancaster High alumnus Adam Wheeler competes today in the U.S. Greco-Roman Wrestling Nationals in Las Vegas, attempting to win a title in the 96-kilogram (211.5-pound) division. Wheeler, representing the Gator Wrestling Club, enters the event ranked No. 1 in the nation after beating two-time Nebraska All-American Justin Ruiz, who is ranked No. 2 nationally. Ruiz defeated Wheeler in the finals of the U.S. Nationals and World Team Trials last year and is seeking a third consecutive national title today. Wheeler defeated Ruiz in the Dave Schultz Memorial earlier this year. last_img read more

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first_imgGraham Dwyer has been found guilty of the murder of Elaine O’Hara. The jury returned a unanimous verdict of guilty after considering their verdict for more than seven hours.The trial has captured national attention in recent weeks. Mr Justice Hunt had asked that there be silence in court before the verdict was read out. This was observed impeccably by the public.Mr Justice Hunt told the jury that their behavior was an example of “first class good citizenship” following the case.He also said he “110 per cent” agreed with their verdict “based on the evidence”.April 20th has been set for a sentence hearing pending the preparation of victim impact statements. The offence of murder carries a mandatory life sentence.Mr Dwyer (42), an architect from Kerrymount Close in Foxrock, was charged with murdering childcare worker Ms O’Hara (36) on August 22nd, 2012.Her remains were found in forestry on Killakee Mountain, Rathfarnham, Dublin, on September 13th, 2013. He had pleaded not guilty.The trial lasted for nine weeks and focused on the sadomasochistic relationship between Mr Dwyer and Ms O’Hara.During his summation Mr Justice Hunt told the jury if there had been a reasonable possibility Elaine O’Hara died by suicide, Mr Dwyer must be acquitted.He had told the jury they had to be satisfied beyond reasonable doubt that Mr Dwyer murdered Ms O’Hara by stabbing her for his own sexual gratification.“You cannot convict unless you are satisfied beyond reasonable doubt; if you are so satisfied, you are obliged to convict,” he said.BREAKING NEWS: GRAHAM DWYER FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER OF ELAINE O’HARA was last modified: March 27th, 2015 by StephenShare 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)last_img read more


Inderski Records 1,000th Career Kill In A 3-1 Loss To Loyola

first_img DES MOINES, Iowa – Junior Kyla Inderski (Urbandale, Iowa) recorded 13 kills to reach the 1,000 career kill mark in the Drake University volleyball team’s 3-1 loss to Loyola on Saturday, Nov. 12, evening at the Knapp Center.Inderski’s 13 kills brought her career total to 1,011. After recording her 1,000th career dig in Friday night’s win, Inderski became just the fourth Bulldog in history to record 1,000 career kills and digs. She also added 18 digs on Saturday to record her 15th double-double of the season.Junior Odessa Cody (Chicago, Ill.) tallied 10 kills while senior Chandelle Davidson (Gretna, Neb.) had a team-high 20 assists for the Bulldogs.Drake (15-15, 6-10 MVC) fell by set scores of 19-25, 25-20, 25-23, 25-19.The Bulldogs never trailed in the first set, but the second and third set featured 20 ties and 10 lead changes as Loyola was able to wrestle control of the match from the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs struggled to stop Loyola in the fourth set, going down early, 10-4, before falling, 25-19.Loyola (13-17, 8-9 MVC) was led by Gabi Maciagowski with 24 kills while Anna Fleunt recorded a game-high 49 assists. With the win, the Ramblers strengthened their lead over Drake for the sixth and final spot in the upcoming MVC Tournament.Following Saturday’s match, the Bulldogs honored their five seniors, Chandelle Davidson, Capris Quaites, Makena Schoene, Michelle Thommi and Nicole WoodsThe Bulldogs conclude their regular season with a pair of road matches against Indiana State and Illinois State on Nov. 18 and Nov. 19, respectively. Both matches are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. and will be broadcast on The Valley on ESPN3. Preview The Valley on ESPN3 Watch Live at Indiana State 11/18/2016 – 6:00 PM Box Score (HTML) Print Friendly Version Box Score (PDF) Next Game: Live Stats Photo Gallery Full Schedule Roster Story Linkslast_img read more

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