Ighalo gave a good fight in the chase for the gong after scoring three goals in four matches in all competitions in the month under review but his contributions are not enough to help him win. This award is coming weeks after being voted the Premier League player of the month and PFA Fans’ Premier League Player of the Month for the month of February. His impressive displays have helped Man United close the top-four gap on Chelsea – with just three points between the two clubs. He also played a crucial role in their Europa League campaign as they are one leg into the quarterfinals with their 5-0 win on the road over LASK before coronavirus crippled all activities. Fernandes has shown he is a proven goal scorer way before joining the Red Devils after scoring 63 goals and 52 assists in 137 matches for Sporting CP. Read AlsoIghalo brushes off Man Utd contract dilemma amid coronavirus crisis The good thing is that rejuvenated Manchester United are enjoying the services of inform Fernandes and Ighalo whose contributions set the Reds on the fast lane just before the coronavirus induced lockdown. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoTop 10 Iconic Personalities On TV NowWe’re Getting More Game Of Thrones: Enter House Of The Dragon!7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better8 Amazing Facts About Ancient EgyptFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World? Portugal international Bruno Fernandes has been voted Manchester United player Month, for the Month of March. Bruno survived tough competition from Nigeria international and rave of the moment at the Old Trafford, Odion Ighalo to win the award. He also brushed aside the duo of Fred and Harry Magire in the contest. It will be the second consecutive award the former Sporting Lisbon star will be winning having clinched same award in February. Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo in action for Man Utd Fernandes it will be recalled joined the Red Devils in a deal around €55m in January from Sporting Lisbon The midfielder got his reign at Old Trafford off to a flying start – scoring three goals and four assists in his first nine appearances for the Red Devils.Advertisement
A prison guard in Ocala, Florida has been arrested after she allegedly attempted to poison an inmate by spraying bleach into a drink that she then served them.The incident occurred at the Lowell Correctional Institution on Saturday.The inmate contacted another guard after they noticed that the drink they were served with their breakfast smelled strongly of bleach. The guard agreed and alerted their supervisors to the incident.When authorities began investigating, an officer told them that they witnessed another staff member 28-year-old Qualesha Williams, spray bleach into a cup while preparing breakfast and place it aside. Williams then reportedly told the officer that “this cup is special.”Williams then volunteered to feed the lower cells of the dormitory where she was captured on surveillance skipping several cells to serve a specific tray of food to an inmate.As Williams got to the inmate’s cell, she then began tampering with the tray but concealed her actions from the camera.When an agent with the Florida Department of Corrections questioned Williams about the incident, she admitted that she poured bleach into the cup that she then served to the prisoner but said that she would never hurt anyone on purpose. Authorities, however, pointed out that they retrieved surveillance video from earlier in the day that shows Williams arguing with the same inmate where she threatened “I got something for you.”Williams is now charged with poisoning food or water.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Syracuse head coach Quentin Hillsman stood still on the court. Wake Forest head coach Jen Hoover trotted onto it grinning ear to ear. Hillsman’s players walked toward him as he waited for a team manager to hand him a whiteboard. The Demon Deacons leapt off the bench, running to greet their teammates.Six minutes earlier, the game was tied at 46. But with eight minutes left, WFU held a 13-point lead. The Orange had missed six of its last nine shots, prompting Hillsman to call a timeout.“We weren’t scoring,” Hillsman said. “That was the biggest thing. We didn’t score the basketball for a large chunk of the game and when we get into those droughts where we don’t score, that means we can’t press. That’s our game.”And since fifth-seeded SU (21-9, 11-5 Atlantic Coast) wasn’t able to play its game, it fell to 13th-seeded Wake Forest (12-20, 2-14) 85-79 in the second round of the ACC tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum. No. 22 Syracuse’s next game won’t come until the NCAA tournament, which doesn’t start until March 20.The Demon Deacons – who outrebounded the Orange by 10 – relied on a 22-5 second-half run to propel them to the upset win while two of Syracuse’s best three rebounders, Briana Day and Taylor Ford, sat on the bench for large portions of that run before each fouled out.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe run began when Amber Campbell hit a jumper to tie the game at 48 and then Wake Forest scored the next nine points. The crowd of 9,386 grew louder with each basket as the lead grew at the same time.“Our emphasis was to get stops,” Demon Deacons head coach Jen Hoover said. “… We really felt that in the half court, we could force them to one shot and if we would get stops, we would run out and we knew we wouldn’t have to face the press.”WFU beat Syracuse at its strong suit with easy layups in transition with 36 points in the paint and 15 on fast breaks. The Orange prides itself on forcing turnovers, pushing the tempo and pressing after made basket. But since SU’s shots weren’t falling, Wake Forest took advantage.Day grabbed just one rebound in 13 minutes against Dearica Hamby, the ACC’s third-best rebounder and scorer. Ford was Syracuse’s leading rebounder but only played 20 minutes. Each of them had three fouls by halftime, forcing Syracuse to go to its backup centers Bria Day and Amber Witherspoon.“The key to this game was we didn’t have our best players on the floor,” Hillsman said.When either Bria Day or Witherspoon made a productive play, Briana Day and assistant coach Sasha Palmer would stand up and cheer them on from the bench. But those moments were rare, as Hamby and forward Kandice Ball combined for 37 points.When Day committed her fifth and final foul, her jaw dropped in disbelief.On WFU’s next possession, Millesa Calicott nailed a 3 to put the Demon Deacons up by 15, its largest lead of the game. She celebrated by lifting three fingers in the air and jamming them into the side of her head as she spun around and jogged back on defense after yelling with excitement.“They just happened to get their run at the right time,” Alexis Peterson said. “We just wanted to stay composed, stay poised and keep turning them over and keep playing hard.”And Syracuse had its opportunities at the end. The Orange went on a 13-2 run to make it a three-point game with 45 seconds left courtesy of three 3-pointers.Wake Forest’s Ataijah Taylor missed a shot with 24 seconds left and the game depended on the ensuing rebound. Players from both teams sprawled across the court and the ball ricocheted around the paint before ultimately landing in Hamby’s hands. Had SU gotten the board, it would’ve had a chance to send the game to overtime.But that chance never came and fittingly, the game’s most important moment was a rebound that Syracuse couldn’t control.“If you look at the stat line, it’s amazing,” Hillsman said. “It tells a story.” Comments Published on March 5, 2015 at 1:02 pm Contact Paul: firstname.lastname@example.org | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+
In his postgame radio interview on 710 ESPN on Saturday after USC hung on to beat Arizona 24-20 in Tucson, it didn’t take long for head coach Clay Helton to utter the words, “control our destiny.”He did it last season ad nauseam, to the point that writers placed bets in the press box as to how many times Helton would use that phrase in his postgame interview — which means that no matter how bad things may seem, USC is still in position to win the Pac-12 South. It’s one of the many cliches that clutter Helton’s press conferences, and it would be accurate to characterize him as a coach who sees the glass as half full, no matter the circumstances.To be fair, Helton admitted to not being satisfied with how the Trojans finished Saturday’s contest. With a 24-0 second half lead, USC shot itself in the foot with turnovers, penalties and poor decision-making, allowing Arizona and its hobbled quarterback, Khalil Tate, to come dangerously close to making a comeback. Nobody in the locker room seemed particularly happy, like freshman quarterback JT Daniels: “You can’t be too mad when you get a win, but I’m pretty mad. We can do better. And I guess that’s a positive, [because] we’re nowhere near our potential.”Or redshirt sophomore wide receiver Tyler Vaughns: “I’m not happy for [the win] because I know we should’ve done better.”Or senior linebacker Cam Smith: “I think we just haven’t put a complete game together, and we’re due.”But still — “control our destiny.” Mhmm.The thing is, though, his words actually ring true. With a 2-1 conference record, the Trojans do control their own destiny. They can play exactly like they did on Saturday — exceptional at times, terribly at others — and roll through a weak Pac-12 South. Of its six remaining conference games, USC is projected by ESPN’s Football Power Index to win all but one of them, with Oct. 20’s road game at Utah the only toss up. The Trojans get Colorado, Arizona State and Cal at home. They’ll play Utah, Oregon State and UCLA on the road. None of these teams match USC’s talent. None of them have USC’s playmakers. If the Trojans show up to these games with a half-decent game plan, they can finish 8-1 in the Pac-12 and undefeated in the South. Whether or not playoff contender Notre Dame blows them out in the regular season finale has no impact on a potential Pac-12 Championship berth. This is why this football program is as promising as it is infuriating. The Trojans can be so much more than a team that merely beats up on inferior competition, so much better than a team that escapes Tucson with a win that should have never been in doubt, yet was in jeopardy up until they recovered an onside kick late in regulation.Nobody questions the skill. Look at how composed Daniels seemed, as an 18-year-old starting quarterback. Look at how explosive senior running back Aca’Cedric Ware was on the ground, rushing for two touchdowns and 173 yards. Look at how the defense shut down the dynamic Tate and Arizona’s rushing attack, which entered the game leading the Pac-12 with an average of 247.2 yards per game but was held to 98 yards on Saturday.And yet, the Trojans barely clawed out the win to inch a game above .500 on the season, and they remain unranked for the third straight week. This can be better. It should be better. Being able to “control our destiny” shouldn’t be the goal; it should be a given. If USC wins the rest of its conference games but is blown out by Notre Dame to end the regular season, all that means is the Trojans won the games they should have won only to lose a game that would have actually meant something bigger than just controlling their destiny. Instead of measuring USC against Pac-12 competition, Helton should be looking at the non-conference results. Since 2016, the Trojans have suffered blowout losses to Alabama, Texas and Ohio State, with the 2017 Rose Bowl win over Penn State the lone statement out-of-conference victory in the Helton era. But USC might reach the Rose Bowl this season anyway without having to prove itself. All the Trojans have to do is beat mediocre competition the next six games, and then come up on top against presumably Stanford or Washington in the Pac-12 Championship.So yes, Helton is right: USC does control its own destiny, and it could be enough to keep everyone happy this season. But that is frustrating in itself.Eric He is a senior majoring in journalism. He is also the managing editor of the Daily Trojan. His column, “Grinding Gears,” runs Mondays.
Freshman guard Desiree Caldwell looks for the basket against Fresno State Nov. 28 at the Galen Center. (Josh Dunst/Daily Trojan) “Our kids practice hard,” head coach Mark Trakh said. “That’s why you win games. Kids talk, and you get after it and you just have to keep competing so hopefully we can keep it going.” The Wildcats and the Sun Devils are currently No. 7 and No. 5 in the Pac-12 standings, respectively. Even though the teams have not been playing at the level they were hoping to coming into this season, they are both eight games above .500. The Trojans have a quick turnaround this week as they prepare to play the Arizona Wildcats and the No. 16 Arizona State Sun Devils over a three-day span. After already losing to the Bruins earlier this season, the Trojans came into Saturday’s game with a chip on their shoulder. With great performances all around, the Trojans managed to pull off their first conference win in a 72-67 victory to extend their overall record to 11-6. Coming into the season, the USC women’s basketball team was projected as one of the top teams in the Pac-12, after they finished 20-11 overall and 9-9 in conference play last year. The Women of Troy started off the season living up to expectations by winning ten out of their first eleven games, only to lose five straight matchups to start conference play. In what seemed to be a lost season, the Trojans are looking to turn things around after beating crosstown rival UCLA. “If we play like this the rest of the way, we’ll be very competitive,” Trakh said following the UCLA game. Mazyck had her breakout game last week against the Bruins, scoring 26 points and shooting 100 percent from the free throw line in all 40 minutes of play. In her senior year, the Trojans hope that Mazyck can repeat her success from previous seasons to lead the team to their first NCAA tournament appearance since the 2013-2014 season. “This was my last USC-UCLA game,” Mazyck said. “Our pride was on the line. It’s hard to be positive when you’ve been losing, but we stayed positive and got positive results.” The Wildcats will look to even their conference record when they host USC, while the Sun Devils aim to extend their recent success after upsetting No. 9 Oregon State in a double-time thriller on Jan. 20. If the Trojans hope to beat both these teams, they will have to rely on senior guard Aliyah Mazyck and junior guard Minyon Moore to repeat their successes from Saturday. Against the Wildcats, the Trojans will have to pay attention to redshirt sophomore guard Aari McDonald, Arizona’s star player. In 18 games this season, McDonald has had a total of 449 points, 113 rebounds, and 45 steals. She is a force to reckoned with on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. As for the Sun Devils, they bring in key freshman guard Iris Mbulito. Also playing 18 games this season, Mbulito leads all Arizona State players in points, free throw percentage, and steals, with 265, .838, and 25, respectively. Moore was on fire in her last five games,, averaging 39.4 minutes played, 14 points and 5.4 rebounds per game. Against the Bruins, Moore had one of her best games, playing all 40 minutes and finishing with a double-double. The Women of Troy hope to win two more conference games this weekend when they travel to Arizona to take on the Wildcats this Friday at 6 p.m. and the Sun Devils this Sunday at 12 p.m.
Patrick EVRA historic record – became the first player to be sent off before kick-off in a Europa League match.Marseille to investigate what occurred between Patrice Evra and a fan before the club’s Europa League fixture at Estádio D. Afonso Henriques, Portugal.The former Manchester United left full-back Patrice Evra was booked before kick-off for kicking a club supporter. The French who is currently under pressure to make any meaningful impact this season – would be in Europa black book as the first player to be red carded before a Europa League match after lashing out at a supporter, having been confronted by lather – sources gather the fan is believed to be supporting Marseille Football club.In a statement released afterwards, Marseille said: “Olympique de Marseille has confirmed the incident between Patrice EVRA and a fan at the warm-up of players before the match against Guimaraes. “An internal investigation was carried out to establish all responsible. “It is believed that a professional player must keep it calm at any level of provocations and insults as hard and unjustified as they are. “The club has also condemned by definition any destructive behaviour by a ‘pseudo supporter’ who engage his own players hardly when everyone must instead support his team.” Evra has made 10 appearances in all competitions this season, while the 36-year-old has featured in four of Marseille’s 11 Ligue 1 fixture so far.Related
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Leota Coats case against the Wellington school district in 1983 helped form the Kansas Due Process law for teachers
by Linda Stinnett, Derby Weekly Informer â€” A Derby attorneyâ€™s work to help a Wellington teacher in the 1980s defined the rights which all Kansas teachers shared for nearly 40 years. That law was abolished this Monday when Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed the school finance law which affectively eliminated due process.Lee Kinch served as the attorney for two cases which went before the Kansas Supreme Court in 1983. Each involved due process â€“ the protection teachers were given under state legislation until it was repealed in Kansas on April 6 and signed into law by Brownback on April 21.The case of Leota Coats, an eight-year language arts teacher and department chair at Wellington High School, came after her contract was not renewed in March 1980 when the school board decided to cut staffing due to declining enrollment.According to the court opinion, Coats had the least seniority of the high school staff under consideration for non-renewal. The Wellington school board also considered her as unqualified to move to a junior high position, even though there were non-tenured teachers at that level.â€œMs. Coats, by all accounts, was the finest, most competent language arts teacher in the district,â€ Kinch said.Kinch said he believes she was identified for the cut because she was one of the highest paid teachers.Coats said she was a traditional teacher and expected her students to work hard in the classroom. She said she had â€œraised a ruckusâ€ with administrators about the laziness of some students.â€œI was being too hard on the football heroes,â€ she said.Coats said other teachers advised her to leave the district.â€œEverybody else said â€˜Donâ€™t rock the boat,â€™â€ she said.Her husband suddenly suffered a series of heart attacks and became unable to work. She needed her job.She decided to fight the decision and hired Kinch. A three-member hearing panel was called to look at the case. Under the guidelines of the law at that time, Coats was allowed to choose one member, the district to choose another member and both to agree on a third.The school district called its own attorney to sit in its seat, a move Kinch objected to from the start.The panel found the district had acted properly in letting Coats go. She appealed to district court and won her case so the school district appealed higher.The Supreme Court ruled the school district acted improperly by using its own attorney to serve on the hearing panel. The court action affirmed that teachers should have a fair hearing in the due process law, Kinch said, and the boardâ€™s attorney is incapable of being fair and impartial.â€œThat really goes to the heart of due process,â€ Kinch said.The court also upheld her tenure, saying she was certified to teach at the junior high level and the school district had to offer her that opportunity.â€œThe only criticism of her was that she demanded excellence of her students and graded them accordingly,â€ the court wrote in its ruling.Kinch also represented a teacher from Burden, Dwight Haddock, who was a vocational agriculture teacher in the small farming community, FFA sponsor and served as the negotiator for the teachers.â€œHe was an effective negotiator and apparently ruffled the feathers of some board members by aggressive tactics,â€ Kinch said.In fact, during court hearings, Kinch asked the school superintendent why the district had suddenly moved from giving Haddock high evaluations to low ones. Kinch asked if one of the reasons was that he served as the chief negotiator for the NEA.â€œThat was one of his problems, yes,â€ court records show the superintendent said.While Haddock was chief negotiator for the teachers, the superintendent had served as negotiator for the school district. No agreement was reached in the summer of 1978 and the teachers received unilateral contracts.Haddock was served his notice of non-renewal of his contract in April 1979. He, too, lost his case with the local panel, appealed to the district court and won.After winning the appeal, the school district took the fight to the appeals court. The district added reasons for its decision to those initially listed in the notice of non-renewal given to Haddock.â€œThat is a palpable denial of due process,â€ Kinch said.After winning her case, Coats said life for her in the Wellington school district became â€œvery, very tense.â€ The court told the school district it had to give her a job and pay back wages. She was offered the junior high position, but told she had to take a coaching position. Coats said she did not know anything about coaching.She and the district agreed on a cash settlement and she stayed with a teaching job at Belle Plaine High School, where she taught for 20 years.Now retired and living in Howard, Coats remains active in KNEA, the state teachersâ€™ union, as a volunteer. She lobbies legislators and volunteers in schools through KNEA activities for retired teachers.â€œWeâ€™re involved in as much as we can in volunteering in schools,â€ she said. â€œWeâ€™re dedicated to them. Thatâ€™s what we dedicated our lives to.â€â€”â€”â€” Linda Stinnett is the managing editor of the Derby Informer. She was the news editor for the Wellington Daily News from 1997 to 2002.Â a title=”Sumner Newscow twitter account” href=”https://twitter.com/Cueballnewscow” target=”_blank”>Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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Report Reply 0 replies · active 329 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down crusader pride · 329 weeks ago This is a perfect example of what lies down the road. We will have robot teachers that have to make sure they do not ruffle the boards feathers…it is a complete Joke. Report Reply 0 replies · active 329 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down JustMe · 329 weeks ago There is no room for unions in the school system. Remember, “I do it for the kids”. Report Reply 3 replies · active 328 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down Guest v4.5 · 329 weeks ago And we will have teachers fired for disagreeing with administration, for being good teachers but lousy coaches, for being demanding and holding their students to tough standards, for being too expensive. It will be difficult to attract talented teachers to the profession without some promise of job security other than the whims and wishes of politically driven school boards and administrators afraid to back up great teachers against parents who complain about their children getting poor grades or not starting on the football team. Report Reply +3 Vote up Vote down JustMe · 329 weeks ago Sounds to me like the school board/administration needs to be straightened out more than we need unions. Please don’t misunderstand what I mean. Teachers are worth their weight in gold…as long as they perform. If they hold students accountable, teach to the best of their ability (with set standards), and actually care about the students, then they should be treated like they matter. Meaning, they are paid a decent wage, with decent benefits. However, tenure means NOTHING if standards aren’t being met. And I don’t mean federal standards. Standards should be set locally and by people that know what they’re doing. I’m all about rewarding good teachers. However, being employed for 5 years and not performing to a set of standards means NOTHING to me. Reward good teachers, and cut the bad. And one more thing – just because students think a teacher is the ‘cats meow’ doesn’t meant squat. If too many students like a particular teacher, it usually is an indication that they are too easy on their requirements. A good example of this would have been Mr. Sharp in the late 80’s/early 90’s. Everyone loved having him as a teacher because he was EASY. Report Reply +3 Vote up Vote down Morgen Townsend · 328 weeks ago Mr. Sharp made pep rallies enjoyable. Mr. Sharp was willing to laugh at himself. Mr. Sharp was always friendly. Mr. Sharp made school a place to be. I kept my Sharp head on a stick for years after high school. You don’t get an entire school shouting your name because of how your class is…it happened because we loved him. Mr. Sharp gave us great memories. SHARP! SHARP! SHARP! SHARP! SHARP! Report Reply +7 Vote up Vote down Class of “79” · 329 weeks ago Mrs. Coats was my favorite teacher in high school and they are correct, her only criticism is she did demand excellence, but she also helped you achieve that excellence by being a hands on teacher. Thank you Mrs. Coats for standing up for teachers back then and shame on you Gov. Brownback for undermining the educational system in Kansas to pad your buddies the Koch brothers pockets Report Reply 0 replies · active 329 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Melonie woll · 329 weeks ago Mrs. Coats was by and far – the BEST teacher I had in BPHS and I think of her often. Report Reply 0 replies · active 329 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Woodorow · 328 weeks ago So… she fought for the cash settlement? Every other employee in Kansas can get fired for any reason… no reason even need to be given… look it up, Kansas is a “Right to Work” state… but this teacher is applauded and special rules granted so she can fight being non-renewed, get a cash settlement… and go to another district?? Report Reply 0 replies · active 328 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! 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