TOTTENHAM travel to Burnley on Saturday on the back of a wretched run that has seen them lose their last four matches in all competitions.The latest of these saw Jose Mourinho’s side crash out of the FA Cup on penalties at the hands of Norwich City.3 How Spurs could line up against the Clarets on SaturdayThe Portuguese has been quick to deflect from the poor performances, blaming the spate of injuries that have plagued Spurs in recent weeks.The Lilywhites looked toothless against the Canaries, struggling to create chances without Harry Kane and Son Heung-min… despite still boasting the attacking talents of Dele Alli, Steven Bergwijn and Giovani Lo Celso.Burnley will provide no shocks with how they set up, with Sean Dyche’s men bound to be physical and direct.We examine how Mourinho will line up to combat the Clarets at Turf Moor.The 57-year-old bizarrely opted to field Michel Vorm on Wednesday night, despite the Dutchman having not played at all since 2018.Skipper Hugo Lloris has since returned from injury, however, and will return between the sticks for Spurs.Mourinho has dabbled with a back-five of late – and could do so again to combat the Clarets’ 4-4-2 formation.Ashley Barnes is still missing for Burnley with a groin injury, but Dyche will still be able to call upon two of Chris Wood, Jay Rodriguez and Matej Vydra up front.3Davinson Sanchez has played well this season, while Toby Alderweireld will be chomping at the bit to play after remaining an unused substitute in Spurs’ last two games.Meanwhile, the club have confirmed that Eric Dier will not be internally disciplined for climbing into the stands and confronting a fan on Wednesday night.And the 26-year-old will likely to be thrown straight back in by Mourinho after playing well against Norwich.Harry Winks has remained a mainstay of the starting XI since Spurs’ change of manager, even skippering the side against Wolves last week.And the young England international will partner midfield creator Lo Celso in the engine room.Lucas Moura has been tried up-front in the absence of Kane, but the Brazilian is badly out-of-form.His worth ethic is still appreciated though, and he will likely take up a position on the right of an attacking trident, with Bergwijn wide on the left and Dele through the middle – with Troy Parrott again left out.SPURS NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest news on Spurs3 Dele Alli has struggled up-front… but Spurs lack an alternativeCredit: ReutersLATEST 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 wrongTottenham could potentially fall as many as EIGHT points behind fourth-placed Chelsea if results go against them this weekend.So, by hook or by crook, Mourinho will be desperate to take three points by any means necessary.Defeat, after all, would see even the unfashionable Clarets overtake Spurs in this miserable season in N17.Jose Mourinho reacts to Eric Dier incident saying he was helping his younger brother during altercation
Another major concern brought forward was BC Hydro’s long term plans, specifically what happens when the dam reaches the end of its life span. Especially with the two other dams on the Peace River that that will reach the end of their life spans before Site C.In April of this year the Province announced that Site C would move into the third phase. Phase 3 will see the project move to the regulatory review phase which could last for several years.If approved, Site C could be producing power by 2020. Photo: Sid Parker presented the lessons Revelstoke learned during the construction of the Revelstoke Dam to a crowd of over 50 people – Adam Reaburn/Energeticcity.caBy Adam Reaburn- Advertisement – Northern Lights College played host Wednesday night to a session called “Lessons from the Past: One Mayor’s Experience with the Revelstoke Canyon Dam.”Sid Parker the former Mayor of Revelstoke spoke about his experiences during the construction of the Revelstoke Canyon Dam, which opened in 1984. Parker said there were positives and negatives during the construction of the dam and after.According to Parker, the community received funding for several projects, but the one thing BC Hydro wouldn’t do, is negotiate.[asset|aid=2892|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=d22441f5bf869f00dfc98cf9a11b6100-Sid Parker – Negotiate_4_Pub.mp3] Advertisement Parker went on to say that the Revelstoke Dam isn’t clean power, a line BC Hydro has promoted with Site C. He also debunked the idea the reservoir from Site C could be used for recreation, something that was promoted in Revelstoke, but hasn’t happened.Advertisement During the construction of the Revelstoke Dam, over 3,000 people were put in camps outside the community. The majority of those workers weren’t local residents but people brought into the community, despite requests from community leaders for more local employment. If Site C is built, it has been touted as a project that could create up to 35,000 direct and in-direct jobs.Parker also stressed the need for community members to make demands of BC Hydro and to band together.[asset|aid=2893|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=d22441f5bf869f00dfc98cf9a11b6100-Sid Parker – band together_1_Pub.mp3]
“The reduction in our capital spending, combined with the start-up of growth projects including the Liuhua 29-1 natural gas field offshore China, two new thermal projects, and the Lima Refinery crude oil flexibility project, has set the stage for significant free cash flow growth beginning in 2021,” Husky chief executive Rob Peabody said in a statement.This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec. 2, 2019.Companies in this story: (TSX:HSE)The Canadian PressAdvertisement CALGARY — Husky Energy Inc. is cutting its capital spending plan for 2020 and 2021 by $500 million compared with its earlier guidance due to what it called changing market conditions.The company is reducing its capital spending for 2020 by $100 million to between $3.2 billion and $3.4 billion. The spending plan for 2021 is being reduced by $400 million.Husky says average upstream production is expected to be in the range of 295,000 to 310,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day for 2020.- Advertisement -The company says its capital spending for 2020 will focus on its Lloyd thermal project portfolio, its Liuhua 29-1 offshore project in China, and construction of the West White Rose Project in the Atlantic region.The guidance does not include $450 million to $525 million related to the ongoing rebuild of the Superior Refinery, which is expected to be covered by insurance.Husky based its plan on an oil price assumption of US$55 per barrel of West Texas Intermediate for 2020 and US$60 in 2021.Advertisement
Chelsea are prepared to fork out £31m for Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan, claim reports in Italy.New Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has made the Belgian international one of his top targets this summer, having watched him closely this year.Reports earlier in the week suggested Chelsea and Roma had already agreed a fee of around £26m for Nainggolan, but the Italian club are now demanding more for the 27-year-old.And, according to Sky Sport Italia, Chelsea are willing to meet Roma’s new valuation by adding another £5m to their original offer.That is likely to be enough to tempt Roma into selling their star man as it would allow the Italians to find an adequate replacement in midfield, plus a striker to succeed club legend Francesco Totti, who is expected to leave at the end of the season. 1 Radja Nainggolan in action for Roma
Seven people in the van escaped injury but were being detained Saturday along with the people in the other van, Kite said. A CHP report of the incident put the figure at six who escaped injury. All were being interviewed. “We’ll try to determine who’s responsible for this smuggling operation (and) who the drivers of the vehicle were,” Kite said. Immigrant smuggling operations, carried out by people nicknamed “coyotes,” have been blamed for accidents that killed or injured dozens of people in recent years. Last year, five people died when a minivan loaded with illegal immigrants and driving the wrong way hit a pickup truck head-on near Jamul, 20 miles east of San Diego. Five other people were hurt in another rollover crash. In 2004, two crashes involving vans carrying illegal immigrants left 21 people injured. In 2003, five people died and 36 people were hurt in three separate crashes, including one in which a stolen pickup loaded with immigrants crashed while trying to avoid a spike strip. Six people died in 2002 in a head-on crash. Authorities said the driver of a van carrying 33 immigrants had the lights out and was going the wrong way on Interstate 8 to avoid a Border Patrol checkpoint.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SAN DIEGO – Nearly two dozen people remained hospitalized Saturday after a van packed with suspected illegal immigrants crashed during a chase, authorities said. A blue Chevrolet Sportvan carrying 28 people overturned Friday after hitting a spike strip that Border Patrol agents had placed in its path. Twenty-two people were being treated at six hospitals, said Kristin Reinhardt, a spokeswoman for the Scripps hospital chain. A Border Patrol spokesman put the figure at 21. Reinhardt declined to disclose their conditions, citing privacy laws. Authorities earlier said eight people had critical but not life-threatening injuries. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card The chase began about 1:30 p.m. when Border Patrol agents received reports that large numbers of illegal immigrants were being loaded into three vans in the Otay Mesa industrial district of San Diego, Border Patrol spokesman Richard Kite said. The loading site was near a San Diego warehouse where investigators last month discovered the exit to a 2,400-foot-long tunnel used to smuggle drugs, the longest passageway ever found under the U.S.-Mexico border. Border Patrol officers stopped a van and took 35 people into custody. Another 33 people were held after their van hit a Border Patrol vehicle and a car and halted as it tried to make a U-turn. The third van hit a spike strip laid down by Border Patrol agents on state Route 905 and rolled several times as it went down a 30-foot embankment, authorities said. “The van was going close to freeway speeds when the driver struck the spike strip and lost control” after blowing at least one tire, California Highway Patrol Officer Mark Gregg said Friday.
The under 13s are at home to N. Conaill this Saturday at 11am.The reserves were unable to overcome Carndonagh in their Reserve Championship playoff last weekend. The seniors also made the long journey to Urris and came away with a valuable point. The seniors and reserves travel to Newtown to take on N. Colmcille. The reserves throw in at 4pm and the seniors at 5:30.The annual rental advertising board rental renewal is now due. Advertisers already with an advert board – 100 euro. For new advertisers/sponsors the fee is 200 euro. Contact Seamus Rodgers or Danny Doogan. There was a very successful club development plan session last Friday evening. Thanks to all who attended and there was a lot of good discussion. Also a very positive meeting on Monday night last that set out some objectives for the club and thanks to all those who attended.The club are organising a fundraiser with a difference during October and November which should be good craic also. 20 homes will host a Come Dine With Me night by inviting friends and family to join them for a night of great food. All guests will meet up in Dannie Minnies that night where the night’s winners will be announced. The Club is still searching for another few Hosts for the upcoming Come Dine with me night on Friday October 21st. Please see facebook and website for further details.Beidh comortas aitiuil ‘Scor na nOg’ i Aisleann Rann na Feirste ar an Domhnach 16u Deireach Fomhair ag tosach 6 i.n. Thig breis eolais maidir le comortas agus iarratais a fhail ach glaoch ar, 9548007/0872203947/0879158205.The Naomh Mhuire GAA Club is hosting ‘Scor na nOg’ confined to the club area in Aisleann Rann na Feirste on Sunday 16th October @6pm. Further information in relation to various competitions and entry forms can be had by contacting numbers. 9548001/0872203947/0879155805. Lotto details for week 28th September; jackpot 2720 euro. No jackpot winner. There were two match 3 winners – Joanne Rodgers – Rann Na Feirste, Mark Anthony Bonner – Rannyhual. Numbers were 3-6-14-18. New sellers for Annagry area needed anyone interested contact committee member.100 Club draw for September: E400; Jackie Hughes – Mullachdudh. E200; Gary Boyle – Glen Road, Annagry. E1OO; Joe McDevitt – Caislann Oir agus Danny McGinley – Mullachderg.Check out our club website www.naomhmhuire.ieGAA NOTES: NAOMH MHUIRE was last modified: October 4th, 2011 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:NAOMH MHUIRE GAA NOTES
Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade shining REVEALED gameday cracker Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade predicted Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won LIVERPOOL NEWS How Liverpool could line up at Leicester with midfielder set for lengthy absence silverware Emre Can has explained his reason for joining Juventus was down to the club’s ‘winning mentality’ and had nothing to do with Jurgen Klopp.Before leaving Anfield there were rumours of a rift between player and manager, but the midfielder said it was not the case.Can also explained the fact he was following in the footsteps of one of his biggest idols, Zinedine Zidane, was another motivation for the move. huge blow England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won RANKED How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? “No, I had no problems with Klopp. I had a very good relationship with him,” he explained upon his unveiling as a Juventus player.“At the end he wished me all the best here. I never had problems with Klopp.“I know the mentality of this club well, there’s a winning mentality and it’s my mentality, I’m here to win titles,” he added.Juventus have won Serie A for the last seven seasons and the last four Italian Cups, while they reached the Champions League final in 2015 and 2017.“I decided to come to Juventus because I think the project here is very big. They have very big aims. I want to be part of the project here.“I am really happy to be here. I know how Juventus play, I watched a lot of the games last season. One of my biggest idols was Zidane who played here, too.”Can will apparently pocket a signing on fee of around £14million, which he will get in instalments over the next two years. possible standings Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars smart causal REVEALED Emre Can joined Juventus from Liverpool in a free transfer 1 Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 El Monte’s defense also chipped in, forcing three turnovers that game the Lions an advantage in field position throughout the game. “They played very well tonight and stepped up and met the challenge,’ Sanchez said. The Aztecs had a big opportunity in the fourth quarter to regain the lead, but the comeback bid ended when the Lions’ Hugo Garcia intercepted a pass with 20 seconds remaining. @Tagline: Casey Cranford EL MONTE — El Monte High School’s Pedro Velasquez led the Lions to a comeback victory over Azusa High in a nonleague game Friday. The Lions, trailing 15-14, used a 1- yard touchdown run from Velasquez with 5:37 left to complete the comeback. “He’s worked very hard all year, and it paid off tonight,’ Lions coach Joel Sanchez said. Velasquez, the Lions’ senior quarterback, had an impressive night. He completed 15 of 21 pass attempts for 158 yards and three touchdowns. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
3 DecemberBloemfontein Celtic captured South Africa’s Telkom Knockout Cup for first time in the club’s history with a 1-0 victory over Mamelodi Sundowns at Moses Mahbida Stadium in Durban on Saturday night.It was a bitter pill to swallow for Sundowns, who have won only two of their 12 PSL games so far, leaving them second from bottom of the standings. They had viewed the Cup final as an opportunity to turn around their season. Instead they lost out to a controversial goal.Joel Mogorosi was awarded the winner in the 47th minute, but it was questionable whether the whole ball crossed the line after his header was cleared by Clayton Daniels. Long-time football followers will know, however, that when matters get bad, bad decisions seem to follow those teams.‘The goal came out of nowhere’“The goal came out of nowhere,” said Sundowns’ coach Johan Neeskens after the game. “I still want to see the replay. I’m not sure whether the ball was fully over the line.”He graciously added: “I have to congratulate Bloemfontein Celtic because when they beat teams like Orlando Pirates, Free State Stars and also us, then they deserve to win this Cup.”Unfortunately for the Dutch great, it was his last match in charge of the club, which fired him on Monday and replaced him with former Bafana Bafana coach Pitso Mosimane.It was a wonderful occasion for Celtic coach Clinton Larsen, who led his team to the title in front of family and friends in the city where he played most of his professional football.‘An emotional ride’“What an emotional ride, a roller-coaster ride. I’m so proud of my boys today. They gave it their all,” he said in a post-match interview.“I said from the beginning it would have been an injustice had we not won this cup after the route we’ve had [to take] and I’m ecstatic.”Questioned about what he said to lift his team at the break, Larsen said: “What I said to the boys is that we had the best chance in the first half. We weren’t playing our best football at all and we were well in the game, and I said that’s a sign that this cup was meant for us.”Sweeping attacking moveA sweeping attacking move in the ninth minute created some space for Teko Modise, who tested Celtic goalkeeper Patrick Tignyemb with a left footed shot from just outside the box. The Cameroonian net-minder was up to the task, diving to his right to bat the ball away, which left Modise looking skywards, palms held upwards beseechingly.In the 16th minute Lennox Bacela had an excellent opportunity to put Celtic ahead when he rounded the Brazilians’ defence after his marker slipped. Bacela, though, was indecisive and shot later than he should have, allowing Wayne Sandilands to block his effort with his feet.Sundowns responded with a long range shot from Temba Zwane, which flew over the top of the Celtic goal, and an angled shot, wide of the mark, by Richard Henyekane, who had been played in after a neat interchange of passes.Shaved the postOn the half-hour mark, Ruzaigh Gamildien showed good control on the edge of the Sundowns’ box to create space for himself and fire off a shot that shaved Sandilands’ left post.Zwane forced Tignyemb to tip a shot over the bar after he let fly from an angle on the edge of the box five minutes from the break.GoalJust two minutes into the second half, Sandilands misjudged a cross from the left and the ball fell to Mogorosi just outside Sundowns’ right hand post, about seven metres out. He headed goalwards. Daniels cleared, but the linesman ruled the ball had crossed the line. Replays suggested the decision was incorrect, bit the goal stood.A lovely, flowing attack by Celtic almost gave them a second goal five minutes later. Gamildien received the ball from the right and fired across goal, once again shaving the keepers’ left hand post.Sundowns’ Eleazar Rodgers fired wide right of the mark with a volley after picking up a loose ball on the edge of box just before the hour-mark.Penalty appealThe Pretoria club pushed hard for an equaliser, but a shot by Modise deflected into the hands of Tignyemb and an appeal for hand ball was dismissed by the referee.In time added on, Gamildien came close to delivering the killer blow for Celtic when he robbed the last ‘Downs defender and smashed the ball across goal. It struck the inside of the post and rebounded out, leaving him without a goal, but as close to a hat-trick as one could come.A snap shot on the turn by Anthony Laffor, which passed narrowly wide of the Celtic goal, was the Brazilians’ last effort of the contest and Celtic went on to victory.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material
31 January 2013 A team of researchers from Stellenbosch University’s (SU) Sustainability Institute have developed an innovative approach to upgrade housing and improve living conditions in informal settlements. The iShack, or improved shack concept, offers a potential solution to South Africa’s housing delivery backlog, increasing urbanisation and the growing number of informal settlements in the country. According to the UN Habitat State of the World’s Cities 2012/2013 report, 62% of the urban population in sub-Saharan Africa lives in slums. Such dwellings are characterised by poor living conditions and inadequate access to infrastructure such as basic energy, sanitation and water services. “Shacks are becoming the new norm – so what can we do today to improve the living conditions of people through energy intervention, lighting, cell phones, communication, upping security?” says Andreas Keller, one of the designers of the iShack. The sustainable housing concept allows people who don’t have brick and mortar houses to upgrade their existing shacks, or install new shacks, by incorporating solar power panels to meet basic energy needs and ecological design principles to make daily living a little bit more comfortable.Solutions for South Africa’s housing challenges In 2011, the National Research Foundation awarded a grant to SU to find ways to upgrade informal settlements, focussing on priority areas such as water, sanitation, food security, waste management, energy and general structural upgrades to shelters. The first iShack was built in October 2011. It drew the attention of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which was so impressed with the idea that it provided grant funding for a pilot project to determine if the improved shack system can be applied at a large scale. Up to 100 shacks will either be newly built or refurbished, and two lucky families are already testing the first prototypes – one new, one refurbished – in the Enkanini Township just outside Stellenbosch. For one of these residents, Nosanjo Plaatjie, a single mother who works as a domestic worker once a week, and her three young children, the brand new iShack has changed their lives. Keller explains that it is important to test how well the iShack design works in new structures, as well as those that are already standing. If you take a quick look at the newly built eco-friendly shelter it doesn’t look that much different from any of the other makeshift wooden or corrugated houses in the area. But on closer inspection, the improvements are significant. Keller says the structural modifications using ecological design principles make the dwelling much more comfortable to live in. The large windows are positioned in such a way to achieve better air circulation and sunlight heating during the day. The sloped roof and overhang shades the structure on hot days, but in the winter months residents can also harness this handy feature to harvest rainwater. Access to power through solar panels Keller says that for communities living without electricity, access to power through the solar panels is one of the biggest benefits. Having electricity means that residents have more disposable income, as they don’t have to spend money on candles and paraffin for lighting and cooking. The iShack prototype is equipped with a photovoltaic solar panel capable of producing enough electricity to power three lights, a mobile phone charger and an outdoor motion detector spotlight, which reduces the risk of crime and helps people feel safer in their homes. Households can access these services on a pay-as-you-go basis, and upgrade the solar infrastructure to run more appliances such as a radio, television or fridge. With electricity residents can also charge their mobile phones at home, a luxury for many people who have to walk long distances to charge their phones elsewhere. Keller explains that a working mobile phone is a lifeline for many South Africans as it enables people to find jobs and earn a better income – as the resident of the second retrofitted iShack prototype discovered. “The man, who relies on casual painting jobs for his weekly income, was able to keep his phone charged and switched on to find more work,” he says. “Mobile phone connectivity is perhaps the greatest example of how the iShack is helping people. We take for granted the ability to be connected all the time.”Using recycled materials “One of the objectives of the project is to use existing materials,” Keller says. This also reduces the overall cost of the iShack. In the pilot houses, the developers have made use of recycled cardboard boxes and old Tetra Pak containers, such as long life milk boxes, for insulation between the exterior zinc surface and the interior. Flame-retardant paint reduces the risk of fires, and inside there are rows of recycled bricks to create a durable floor that can also protect against temperature changes. Keller says one of the most important aspects of the project is training, education and maintenance of solar power systems. Without this, technological interventions in community upgrades often fail. To ensure the iShack concept is successful, local entrepreneurs will receive accredited training in business and engineering principles to help community members maintain the technology in their houses. Technicians will be paid from user fees. “It is important to inform residents about the type of appliances they can use,” he says. “Direct current appliances are more energy efficient and designed to run on solar energy.” “We also have to tell residents about the maintenance of solar panels, because if you don’t clean them often it will reduce their efficiency and the number of solar units you can get out of them.” Keller and his team are also looking to set up energy hubs in the communities where iShacks are built. These facilities will be the base from where trained technicians assist communities and where residents can buy suitable appliances and top up their energy accounts. First published by MediaClubSouthAfrica.com – get free high-resolution photos and professional feature articles from Brand South Africa’s media service.