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I’ve enjoyed every minute – Carroll

first_imgAndy Carroll maintains he has enjoyed every minute of his season-long loan at West Ham but the long-term future of the England forward remains unclear. However, with parent club Liverpool set to be holding out for a £17million, while Newcastle and Monaco are also said to be monitoring the situation, the Irons are set for some tough dealings if they are to secure the striker for next season.. Carroll, 24, will also have to consider his own wage demands at any new club, as well as the likely opportunities of regular European football to further push his international career. Nevertheless, the Gateshead-born forward had nothing but praise for the time spent at the Boleyn Ground, adding: “I have just tried to play my best in every match, score goals and keep myself fit once I got back from the injuries I had, and then push on from there. “The West Ham fans have been brilliant – they were chanting my name all through the match (against Reading), they never stopped and I thank them for the way they have supported me here from the moment I arrived. “I have worked hard to get myself back in the England squad, trying to play my best for West Ham, so I am really pleased about that. I just have to make sure I keep playing well to stay in there. “I have had a great season here at West Ham, really enjoyed being part of a great set of lads in the team, with the staff around us and the fans. “Everyone has been so welcoming to me and I have been over the moon to be here. This is a great club.” Press Associationcenter_img Despite only scoring seven goals, the 6ft 3ins striker proved a popular signing and earned a recall to the England squad for the friendlies against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil. Speaking on the club’s official website, Carroll said: “I have enjoyed every minute of being here.” last_img read more

Jobless Rate Soars with Millions More Unemployed

first_imgThe biggest increases in claims were in Florida, California, New York, Michigan, Georgia, Texas, and New Jersey. The largest decreases were in Nevada, Rhode Island, and Minnesota.### Since the country basically shutdown to prevent the spread of the coronavirus more than 16 million Americans have lost their jobs, especially in Florida. A new, mobile-friendly online application for Reemployment Assistance has been made available by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. Users must create a password-protected login at the websiteFloridians who do not have a current open Reemployment Assistance claim should complete their application online.To download the paper Reemployment Assistance application, Floridians should visit this website.If a Floridian chooses to submit a paper application for Reemployment Assistance benefits, they should mail their application to DEO, and a representative will call when their application is processed. Most recently more than 6-million more Americans filed first-time unemployment claims last week, a quarter-million fewer than the previous week’s revised total. More than 16-million U.S. workers have filed for unemployment benefits over the past three weeks as the coronavirus outbreak spreads. #Jobless rolls continued to swell with 6.6 million Americans filing first-time unemployment claims in the week ended April. That brings the total over the past three weeks to more than 16 million! #coronavirus #covid19 #unemployment pic.twitter.com/uWPOvXYziO— Alvin Foo (@alvinfoo) April 9, 2020last_img read more

The 5 biggest sports stories of the 2017-18 academic year

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ The Daily Orange has worked to keep you covered on all the biggest news in Syracuse sports this year, from a major college football upset to an Atlantic Coast Conference record set on the hardwood.As the school year comes to a close, here’s our list of the five most newsworthy Syracuse sports stories of the 2017-18 academic year.Todd Michalek | Staff PhotographerOct. 13, 2017- Syracuse defeated then-No. 2 Clemson 27-24 inside the Carrier Dome for SU’s biggest upset since 1984. The Orange entered the game 24-point underdogs but stifled the defending national champions offense, holding the Tigers to just more than 200 yards passing. In front of 42,475 fans, SU’s largest crowd of the season, Orange head coach Dino Babers’ offense totaled 440 yards of offense and three touchdowns. In the game’s final frame, a Clemson fake punt ended its last possession while Eric Dungey extended SU’s final drive with a quarterback run.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textPaul Schlesinger | Staff PhotographerNov. 18, 2017-  Justyn Knight, after coming up short for three consecutive years, finally captured an elusive National Championship in Louisville, Kentucky. It was the first accolade in a decorated season for the best runner in SU history.Codie Yan | Staff PhotographerFeb. 25, 2018- Tiana Mangakahia dished to Miranda Drummond for a 3 on the game’s first possession to set the ACC single-season assist record. Mangakahia hadn’t played collegiate basketball after sitting out two years at a community college. But the point guard from Australia took the country by storm in her first season at Syracuse. She tallied double-digit assists in her first eight games for SU. She picked up 14 double-doubles of points and assists on the season. She dropped 44 points against Georgia Tech on Jan. 4, and by the end of the season, she had 304 assists. Published on May 11, 2018 at 3:17 pmcenter_img Alexandra Moreo | Senior Staff PhotographerMarch 14-23, 2018-  After edging its way into the NCAA Tournament field, Syracuse beat Arizona State and TCU to advance to the Round of 32 and a date with Michigan State. Despite being the underdog in the matchup, the Orange narrowly bested the Spartans to keep their improbable run alive a year after missing the field altogether the year before. SU lost in the Sweet 16 to Duke.Hieu Nguyen | Staff PhotographerApril 1, 2018-  Syracuse upset then-No. 3 Georgia Tech, 4-3. SU picked up the doubles point with a dominant, 6-2 win by Gabriela Knutson and Miranda Ramirez over the No. 1 doubles pair in the nation. Then, with Syracuse at three points and needing one to clinch, Knutson crushed an ace right down the middle of the court and past No. 22 Paige Hourigan. It was the biggest win, by ranking, in program history. Commentslast_img read more

In ‘weird’ times, Freiburg’s Schmid prepares for football’s restart

first_img“Now we are working in groups of four. Avoiding contact; no tackling.”“Football is a contact sport. A player needs that,” Schmid said.“We’re already happy to be back on the pitch, on the ball, and having fun with a few team-mates on the field.“We’re ready to go! We’ve been training more intensely than we do in the pre-season. There have been a lot of sprints, a lot of changes of direction.“To avoid injuries that we are training harder. Maybe there will be less training and more games. As a player, I’d rather play lots as they do in England than train for five days!”– Giving it your all –If the Bundesliga resumes it will be behind closed doors, with players’ voices echoing around empty stadiums. It is not the way Schmid wanted to try to lead his club into a place in European competition next season.“I’ve never played behind closed doors. There’ll be something missing. With the stadium and the fans behind us, it’s tough for away teams to win at Freiburg. It’s always a plus,” said Schmid, who came up through the club’s youth system.“You have to be prepared for that and keep giving it your all.”There has been talk of Bundesliga players wearing masks on the field.“Walking around with a mask is uncomfortable. I wear one when we go shopping. It’s not comfortable to breathe. So playing football…,” he said, ending with a laugh.Like their Bundesliga counterparts at other clubs, Freiburg players have taken a pay cut.“The club asked us to lower our salaries to help groundstaff and office workers. We agreed. It was a good thing to do it compared to everything they do for us.“We wanted to give back something that would allow them to continue to live, because they also have families and rent to pay. It’s harder for them than it is for us. A little gesture does good.” Jonathan Schmid is looking forward to playing again though he says he would miss the Freiburg fans Jonathan Schmid is looking forward to playing again though he says he would miss the Freiburg fansParis, France | AFP |  Freiburg midfielder Jonathan Schmid said he is “not at all” afraid to return to the pitch but acknowledges that a second wave of coronavirus infections would put paid to German football’s plans to complete its interrupted season.“Germany wants to finish their championship,” the 29-year-old Frenchman told AFP. “We’re training for that. We’ll be ready when it resumes.”The German Football League (DFL) wants to restart matches in empty stadiums from May 16, providing it gets the final green light from Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government. A decision is expected on Wednesday.Those plans were thrown into question on Monday when the league said its testing of players, coaches and backroom staff had produced 10 positive cases. Three are known to be from top-flight side Cologne.Germany has been less affected by the pandemic than other European countries, an outcome partly attributed to mass testing.Schmid said any signs that football’s return had produced a new surge in infections would halt the restart plans.“If there is a second wave and it affects some clubs, I think the season will be over,” said Schmid.“The clubs don’t want to risk everything. But it’s also important to get back on track for the economic survival of the clubs.”Despite having two children, Schmid said he was not worried about the possibility of infection.“No, not at all afraid. If we’re allowed to do it, then it’s safe,” said Schmid.“We get tested once a week. If I am positive, I will stay away from my children and my wife. That’s the advantage for us, we’re being followed.”Most German clubs resumed training on April 7 but put in place stringent social distancing measures.“At first it was weird. You arrive at the training area already changed and go straight home for a shower. We don’t have a lot of time to communicate either.“We don’t shake hands, we greet each other from a distance. It feels weird. The coaches don’t want us to get too close to each other.“But the most important thing is to get back on the pitch… with the ball, doing a few exercises and a fresh environment, it was a change compared to being at home!”The training is evolving. Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more