first_imgMcKinstry (left) is welcome at FUFA headquarters by CEO Edgar Watson. PHOTO FUFA MEDIAKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Former Rwanda national coach Johnathan McKinstry has arrived in Uganda and was immediately unveiled as Cranes’ new head coach.Currently ranked 80 in the FIFA World Rankings, McKinstry who is only 34 years-old, is taking on one of the top international positions in Africa. With this appointment he becomes the first person from Northern Ireland to be Head Coach of three different international men’s football teams.A team on the rise, in recent years the Uganda Cranes have secured qualification for AFCON (2017, 2019) and reached the first knock-out round (2019) – having not qualified for AFCON for the previous 40 years.McKinstry confirmed in a press release on his personal website (click to read press statement), that he has been appointed on a three- year contract to maintain this progress and make Uganda a more competitive force at future tournaments. He said his task will also include developing and embedding a winning culture that can drive Uganda forward towards future tournament and World Cup qualification.“I am honoured to be asked by FUFA to become Head Coach of the Uganda Cranes, and excited to work with an excellent group of players. Together we will work to raise the level of performances and secure results,” said Coach McKinstry. (video bottom)“My objective will be to take the best of what is already there and combine it with both new talent and new working practices to improve performance. With effort and application we can maximise both individual and team potential in the months and years ahead.”Mcinstry (2nd left) while still Amavubi coach at a meeting with President Kagame. FILE PHOTOAsked to comment on the CHAN and AFCON matches that will take place of the next few weeks, Coach McKinstry responded: “Time is limited, so players and staff will we need to be proactive and work to our best to ensure we are prepared for the immediate challenges. It is vital that we get to work straight away. While substantial improvement will take time to bed in, we will first focus on preparing for the second leg of the CHAN qualifier with Burundi which is less than 3 weeks away, and then the opening game of AFCON qualification away to Burkina Faso in 6 weeks.”The young coach is experienced at the highest level, including as Head Coach of both the Rwanda National Football Team and the Sierra Leone National Football Team. He has been coaching Bangladesh Premier League team, Saif Sporting Club Ltd.Soccer governing body FUFA revealed last week that they had fi nalized the search for a new Uganda Cranes national coach .Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) president Moses Magogo told an annual general meeting in Adjumani that “we have gone through a process of looking for a new head coach and he will be named next week. ”The acting head coach of the Uganda Cranes is Abdallah Mubiru who was appointed in July 2019 to replace Frenchman Sebastien Desabre “whose contract was ended by mutual consent.” Sebastien took the Uganda Cranes to the 2019 AFCON in Egypt. The BIG NEWS!!……….coming up shortly #ItIsOurGameItIsOurCountry pic.twitter.com/cWtJBKgBa1— FUFA (@OfficialFUFA) September 30, 2019Asked to comment on the new appointment, former Cranes coach now at Zamalek in Egypt,  Milutin Sredojević ‘Micho’, said, “Johnathan has come to a country of good people and passionate football lovers that have huge space to improve and room to develop. He is a past sports opponent of mine, colleague and personal friend, so I sincerely wish him the best – like every supporter of a new coach.”Uganda Cranes Coaches since 1969 Burkhard Pape – 1969-1972 David Otti – 1973-1974 Westerhoff Otto – 1974-1975 Peter Okee – 1976-1981, 1983 Bidandi Ssali- 1982 George Mukasa – 1984-1985 Barnabas Mwesigwa – 1986-1988 Robert Kiberu – 1988-1989 Polly Ouma – 1989-1995 Timothy Ayieko – 1995-1996 Asuman Lubowa – 1996-1999 Paul Hasule – 1999 Harrison Okagbue 1999-2001 Paul Hasule- 2001-2003 Pedro Pasculi – 2003 Leo Adraa – 2003-2004 Mike Mutebi – 2004 Mohammood Abbas – 2004-2006 Laszlo Csaba- 2006-2008 Bobby William- 2008-2013 Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic – 2013-2017 Moses Basena –August 2017 – 27th December 2017 Sébastien Desabre – 28th December 2017 – 6th July 2019 Abdallah Mubiru – 10th July 2019 (Interim) Johnathan McKinstry – September 2019 – Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

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first_imgJunior cross countrySouth Africa’s third medal came from Neethling in the junior cross country. Victory went to the talented 17-year-old Frenchwoman Pauline Ferrand-Prevot ahead of Switzerland’s Michelle Hediger. France’s Alexis Vuillermoz turned in the fastest last lap, but had to settle for second, a minute and 21 seconds behind Stander. Swiss rider Thomas Litscher grabbed the final podium position, two minutes and 46 seconds behind the South African. “Things worked out and I got into the track in second and from there on the race went perfectly,” Stander said. Greg Minnaar just missed out on winning the elite downhill title, while Candice Neethling picked up a bronze medal in the junior (under-19) women’s cross country. The biggest crowds of the event were in attendance at the downhill, which always produces spectacular racing. “Unfortunately we had a really strong head wind, so it wasn’t possible to take the lead from the beginning we had to take our chances in the group and then wait until the single track before we made a move. Head wind Minnaar just missed out on the title by only five-hundredths of a second to finish in the silver medal position, while Hannah stopped the clock in 2:31.02 to secure bronze. Runner-up finishesPeat had previously finished runner-up in 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2008 and so the victory meant a lot to the man who usually races with Minnaar as his team-mate for the Santa Cruz Syndicate. “It was pretty emotional putting the jersey on, on the podium knowing I could wear it as World Champion for the next year,” he said. “I’ve been trying for a long time and it’s just an unreal feeling.” Aggressive From the start, the man from Port Shepstone, KwaZulu-Natal went out aggressively to force open a lead over the rest of the field. He posted the fastest splits on each of the first five laps to take a convincing victory in one hour, 47 minutes and 26 seconds.center_img She said: “The start was extremely hard, I didn’t know what to expect and it is great just to get a medal.” Downhill victoryVictory went to 35-year-old Steve Peat of Great Britain, a legend in downhill racing who had amazingly never won the world title previously in his illustrious career. Riding fourth last in the field of 63 riders, Peat set a time of two minutes, 30.33 seconds. However, he had to then sit nervously and wait for home favourite Mick Hannah, World Cup overall champion Greg Minnaar, and defending world champion Gee Atherton to make their runs. The victory was a demonstration of Ferrand-Prevot’s versatility; in August she won silver in both the time trial and the road race at the UCI Junior Road World Championships in Moscow. 8 September 2009 Looking back on her effort, Neethling described the race as “extremely difficult, very technical.” Stander was a hot favourite to win the under-23 cross country title, deservedly so, as he entered the World Championships ranked fourth in the world in the elite (open) standings. Reflecting on his win, Stander said: “A couple of days leading up to it (the race) was pretty nerve racking (but) today I was just focused on the start because I knew it would play a vital part in the race.” South African competitors won gold, silver and bronze at the 2009 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Australia, with Burry Stander being crowned world under-23 cross-country champion. Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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first_imgTags:#enterprise#news#NYT IT + Project Management: A Love Affair 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now When we talk to companies, you get a sense of what matters to them, what is the future and how the organization in question fits into the market.At the SAP Sapphire Now press conference this morning, it was a bit of a mixed bag. Overall, the actual production at Sapphire Now is outstanding. It’s a co-conference, being held here in Orlando and Frankfurt. Virgin Founder Richard Branson took the stage in Frankfurt but the quality of the video feed here in Orlando was crystal clear. During the press conference, Co-CEOs Bill McDermott and Jim Hagemann Snabe took turns answering questions back and forth from the two locations.The production of the event gives us a sense that SAP is energized, a more confident company since CEO Leo Apotheker resigned and SAP returned to the Co-CEO structure. But we also hear language that makes it a bit unclear how the Sybase acquisition fits with the company’s plan.But, overall, we are curious about the executive team and the role of SAP CTO Vishal Sikka. The Sybase acquisition will be shepherded by Sikka and SAP Chairman Hasso Plattner. On Wednesday, Plattner will go on stage with Sikka to present the vision for the in-memory technology capabilities that come with SAP and Sybase together.That’s a sign of what is really happening at SAP. Plattner is deep in the game and the company has two CEO’s. In the middle is Sikka who is guiding the technology, defining and clarifying what the acquisition means. He reports to Plattner, which shows the leverage he has in the organization.In all of this is a shift in the organization, another reorganization as we have heard some analysts lament about.After the press conference we talked to some of the more seasoned analysts who cover SAP. They are still unclear, too, and talk with a bit of frustration about the company and its number of re-organizations. But perhaps we will get a better picture on Wednesday when Plattner and Sikka take the stage.[Disclosure: SAP paid for a plane ticket and hotel room for Alex Williams to attend the the SAP Sapphire Now conference in Orlando.] alex williamscenter_img Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Related Posts Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…last_img read more

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first_imgWith billions of dollars of property damage already incurred from Sandy this week, it’s a sure bet that there’s going to be a lot of electronics included in that tally. If you’re one of the unlucky owners of some gear that’s been hit by water damage from the storm, don’t despair yet. You may be able to get your stuff back online… but it takes serious effort and a lot of patience.Power DownThis may seem a gimme, but it’s very important that you turn off the power to your devices. If there’s been water damage, it’s not only dangerous to your device to send energy flowing across possibly compromised circuit boards and drives, but also potentially dangerous to yourself. Unplug everything that’s plugged, even if you think there’s no water damage to that specific device. If your home has a just a couple of inches of water on the floor, there could still be moisture gathering and condensing inside the case.If your home is flooded, be very careful getting to the main circuit breaker panel. If there’s any water near the box, wait for the power company to come out and kill the power from the outside. Saving your devices isn’t worth electrocuting yourself.For smaller devices, remove the battery if you can.Regardless of the device, follow this one big rule: no matter how tempting it is to turn the device on to see if it’s still working, do not do it. Just one power activation is enough to completely short out the device (if it’s not already). Do not do turn on the device until you have tried all of the possible steps to get it dried out.Wring It OutFirst, move the device to somewhere dry. You’ll need to do that, no matter what path you take to recover the device.After making sure the more important aspects of your life are in order, there are two main ways to get your device fixed. If you’re not insured and don’t want to replace it or even if you are insured, you may need to recover files that are stored locally on the device.First, you can contact a professional restoration service. Check your local listings and be sure they are qualified to handle electronics. Depending on the level of damage, you might also want to find a drive-restoration service that can specifically go in and dig out the files from a damaged hard drive.If you think you can handle it, you can try to dry out the device yourself. I would not recommend this for sealed Apple laptops and desktops… your best bet is letting them get mostly dry and bringing them into an AppleCare specialist for final opening and cleaning.If you have a damaged PC desktop computer, open the case and let it air out. The same for a laptop, though that may be trickier depending on the model. Drying alone won’t be enough, because as water evaporates, it’s going to leave behind residue from salts or whatever else was in the water. That residue is enough to damage your machine when you try to power it on again.Obtain a commercial cleaning solvent designed for circuit work and gently brush out the innards of your machine using the solvent with a soft toothbrush (one you never plan to use again). Get a can of compressed air and use that to blow out water, debris and residue, too. This will take a lot of time, so be patient.After you are as sure as you can be that everything is dried and cleaned, put the device back together, plug it in and power it on. If things work, great. Immediately back up the data on the device and either use it or replace it as you originally intended to do.If the drying process was not successful, chances are something else went wrong – perhaps corrosion set in faster than you could recover the device. At this point, data recovery may be your best option. This is something that should be left to the pros, recommends John Christopher, a recovery engineer from DriveSavers.“Do not attempt recovery of your data personally by using any type of diagnostic or repair tools. Doing so may cause further damage or permanent data loss,” Christopher urged. “Remember, the first recovery attempt is the most successful. Play it safe and send hardware to a professional.”[Update]One thing to be careful about in any disaster recovery situation is the skill set of the vendor you’re using. Like roofers descending on a town after a big storm, already a number of recovery companies are starting to advertise their post-Sandy services. A discount is one thing, but watch out for the companies that are out to just make a fast buck. It’s your data we’re talking about.Saving A Bricked PhoneIf your phone has been dunked in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean that suddenly entered your front yard, or some similar mishap, a simpler solution may be at hand. First, don’t turn the phone on. Not even once.Open the case (if you can) and remove the battery. Then get a big plastic container full of raw rice, and completely bury your phone in it, sealing the lid of the container. Leave it there for a couple of days at least. The rice acts as a natural desiccant and pulls moisture naturally from the phone’s innards. You may also want to blow compressed air into the phone’s ports a bit during the process to help the process along.Once you remove the phone from the rice, charge it and and see if it works. This method worked for me after a recent camping trip accident where Android met creek.Preparing For The Next TimeWhether you escaped the fury of Sandy or not, it’s critical to keep computing devices and their data backed up. Cloud services are a goodway to accomplish this, since on-site backups can become damaged in the same disaster that affects the device itself.Ultimately you will have to decide the best recovery method for your particular situation, but if this week reminds us of anything, its the importance of being prepared. Disaster is never that far away.Image courtesy of Shutterstock. Tags:#hardware#mobile#PC Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoid Related Posts Why You Love Online Quizzescenter_img brian proffitt 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees?last_img read more

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first_imgP2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem Kyrie Irving’s 30 propel Celtics past Lakers P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next 1 dead, 3 injured in Quezon road crash Connect he did. In the second round of the bout, the Brazilian laid a combination of punches to Lewis, forcing him into the cage. As Lewis fell, Dos Santos lunged toward him and laid down the punches that got him the knockout win.At the beginning of that round, Lewis started off with a kick to Dos Santos’ head. It was the same form of kick that caused Dos Santos to bleed from his eye in the match’s first round. Lewis also laid a load of punches into Dos Santos throughout the match.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption charges The 246-pound Dos Santos (21-5) doesn’t care who he fights next in the octagon.“I want fights,” Dos Santos said. “I’m here to fight again and regain my belt.”With the loss, Lewis (21-7) has lost his second fight in a row by knockout. At UFC 230, Lewis was unable to defeat Daniel Cormier for the heavyweight belt.The rest of the fight card didn’t disappoint, either. Niko Price laid a massive right hook that knocked down Tim Means in one of the night’s final fights. Price pounced on top of Means, laying a barrage of punches that gave him the win by knockout“As soon as they told me Tim Means, I was ready for war,” Price said. “I just bit down and started throwing back. He stumbled me a bit. Once I hit the cage, I threw a right hand and he didn’t move his head.”ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ LATEST STORIES Trump campaign, GOP groups attack Google’s new ad policycenter_img Junior Dos Santos. APWICHITA, Kan. — Junior Dos Santos stopped Derrick Lewis by technical knockout Saturday night in the main event at UFC Fight Night in Wichita.“I’m feeling very good,” the 35-year-old Dos Santos said after his 15th knockout. “I work on my combinations all of the time, so I knew at some point I was going to connect.”ADVERTISEMENT Hong Kong tunnel reopens, campus siege nears end Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte “He has really heavy hands,” Dos Santos said. “He connected well. I knew I had to avoid his power.”In the beginning of the main event, Dos Santos was warned as he poked Lewis in the eye. Dos Santos started bleeding around the eye due to Lewis’ kick, but responded by laying punches and a kick to the abdomen that put Lewis in obvious pay for the remainder of the round. Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos submitted Curtis Millender in the first round.For the card’s co-main event, Zaleski dos Santos used his background in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Tay to keep Millender on the ground, forcing him to submit.“I’m a capoeira fighter by nature,” Zaleski Dos Santos said. “I’m a complete fighter. With every fight, I’m showing more of my game. This fight, it just happened that there was a clear advantage for me.”“I took my time, found my moment and just ran with it.” Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:25Manny Pacquiao signs deal with Japan MMA promotion Rizin but won’t fight02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss View commentslast_img read more

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Ohio State outlasted Indiana for a 52-49 victory on Saturday, in a contest that felt more like a basketball game. Here’s what we learned about the Buckeyes as they struggled to put away one of the worst teams in the Big Ten. An offensive defense I started following college football in the autumn of 1998. As a native of Toledo, Ohio, my early years as a college football fan centered around the Scarlet and Gray. Granted, as I matured in age, my knowledge of the game matured too. But even as an 8-year-old, I think I had a decent understanding of what it took to field a good defense. Get pressure on the quarterback, stay with your assignments, don’t miss tackles or let the other team score. You know, everything the OSU defense failed to against Indiana, and by and large this season. I’m not sure if I have ever seen a Buckeye defense play this poorly. Statistically speaking, I certainly haven’t – The last time OSU gave up 49 points was in 1994, when they were shellacked by Penn State, 63-14. Over the past decade, OSU has arguably consistently fielded one of the nation’s best defensive units. This year, though, the Buckeye defense is remarkably consistent in one area – they constantly give up big plays. This theme was evident once again on Saturday, as Indiana scored on a 59-yard run and a 76-yard pass. 12-0 is still possible, but less probable OSU’s offense was once again prolific enough to bail out the porous defense, and the Buckeyes remain undefeated with five games left to play. An undefeated season is still possible, but after watching the Buckeyes on Saturday I can’t say it’s probable. For one, the injury bug that infested OSU’s locker room early this season isn’t going away anytime soon. Senior linebacker Etienne Sabino broke a bone in his leg last week, and will be out for roughly a month. The Buckeyes are so thin at linebacker that they turned to Zach Boren for meaningful minutes. Yes, the same Zach Boren that has played fullback for the last four seasons. Moving Boren to linebacker wasn’t 100 percent puzzling. The senior captain played linebacker in high school, and actually led the Buckeyes with eight tackles Saturday night. But the move indicates that the coaches either felt Boren’s talents were wasted in an offense that seldom uses a fullback, or they have absolutely no confidence in some of the younger guys to step up. Even if it’s a combination of the two, it doesn’t bode well moving forward. As I wrote two weekends ago, with all due respect to the likes of Illinois and Purdue, there are only two teams left on OSU’s schedule that can match the Buckeyes with talent – Wisconsin and Michigan. Both seem to be playing their best football right now, and could peak offensively when they meet the Buckeyes’ defense in November. Confidence in Kenny When sophomore quarterback Braxton Miller runs the ball, it’s hard not to hold your breath. There’s simply no telling what will happen next. But somewhere in between the dazzling jukes, stunning stutter-steps and incredible touchdown runs, Miller reminds us that there is a downside to playing quarterback in this offense. The hits. The sophomore has been taking an awful lot of them this season, and after some of them, it’s hard to get back up. Such was the case early in the third quarter, when Miller temporarily left the game after taking a shot on the sideline. Backup junior quarterback Kenny Guiton entered in his place, and the Buckeyes’ offense didn’t miss a beat. On the third play with Guiton at quarterback, he started right as if to run an option play, and then calmly flicked a shovel pass to a cutting Carlos Hyde. The junior running back scampered 14 yards for a score, extending the Buckeyes’ lead to 14. He’s probably not going to produce many highlight-worthy plays, but the coaching staff seems to feel comfortable in Guiton’s ability to run this offense. It’s nice to know that the Buckeyes can live with Guiton playing in Miller’s absence, at least for a play or two. Give an extra helmet sticker to… Carlos Hyde, who continues to separate himself as the Buckeye’s feature back. For the second consecutive week, the junior running back had a career day. Hyde ran for a personal best 156 yards, and also caught his first ever touchdown reception on Guiton’s shovel pass. During his time at Florida, coach Urban Meyer generally used quick, speedy running backs in his high-powered spread offense. But it makes sense that the powerful Hyde is having success in Meyer’s system. Those Florida teams employed an element of power in their backfields; it just came in the form of former quarterback Tim Tebow. Now the roles are reversed. Miller provides the speedy, east and west running, while Hyde bullies his way through the middle. The combination is certainly paying dividends. OSU gashed Indiana for 353 yards rushing, and currently ranks eighth in the nation in rushing yards per game. read more

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Former Michigan defensive line coach Greg Mattison  has been named Ohio State’s new co-defensive coordinator along with Jeff Hafley. Credit: Courtesy of TNSHaving two coordinators for both the offense and the defense is not a revolutionary concept that newly named head coach Ryan Day brings to Ohio State. Chris Ash and Luke Fickell were co-defensive coordinators from 2014-15. Fickell and Greg Schiano split duties during the 2017 season. Even Day and Kevin Wilson were named as co-offensive coordinators prior to the start of the 2018 season. Day said two coordinators brings a diversity of opinion, bringing proficiency to different parts of either the offense or the defense. That is why he hired both Gary Mattison and Jeff Hafley as co-defensive coordinators for the 2019 season. “I like the expertise and experience that Jeff has in the secondary coupled with the expertise that Greg brings to the front seven,” Day said in a statement. Mattison is not a new name to the head coach Day is replacing. From 2005-07, Mattison served as the co-defensive coordinator, along with current South Florida head coach Charlie Strong, and defensive line coach in former Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer’s first three seasons at Florida. Primarily, Day said he wanted to bring in Mattison for his experience in the Big Ten. Leaving his position as the defensive line coach at Michigan under head coach Jim Harbaugh, Mattison has been with the Wolverines for 13 seasons, having previously served as their defensive coordinator from 1995-96 and from 2011-14. Mattison also brings NFL experience, serving as the linebackers coach for John Harbaugh and the Baltimore Ravens in 2008 and being promoted to defensive coordinator in 2009 and 2010, leading the No. 3 scoring defense in each of those seasons. Last season with Michigan, his defensive line limited opponents to average 3.7 yards per carry and opposing quarterbacks to complete 49.5 percent of passes attempted, No. 1 in the Big Ten. However, with Larry Johnson, who was named as the associate head coach under Day while also serving as the defensive line coach, Mattison’s specific position group has not yet been defined. While Mattison brings age to the coaching staff, a 69-year-old position coach with 47 years of coaching experience, Hafley, according to Day, is a “rising star” and “one of the best secondary coaches in the country.” “His NFL knowledge coaching the secondary is only going to enhance and improve what has become a marquee area for the Buckeyes,” Day said. After college stops with Pittsburgh and Rutgers, the latter of which was under Schiano, Hafley has been a defensive backs coach in the NFL since 2012 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Cleveland Browns and the San Francisco 49ers. He worked under Chip Kelly in 2016, who also had Day on staff as his quarterbacks coach. In 2017, he helped lead a 49ers secondary to the No. 11 pass defense in the league, allowing 233.2 passing yards per game after inheriting the No. 27 pass defense in the country heading into the previous year. Day’s coaching staff is beginning to take shape, bringing two new faces to Ohio State. But the idea of co-defensive coordinators, two coaches bringing expertise to the defense, remains. read more

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first_imgEx-Man Utd striker Andrew Cole could link up with Sol Campbell, as the Macclesfield Town manager wants the former Manchester United striker as an attacking coach.The Mirror claims the former Birmingham City frontman is in talks over joining the League Two side as an attacking coach.Cole had a great playing career with Newcastle United and with Manchester United and played for his country alongside Campbell and was also a team-mate of the defender at Portsmouth.Cole also played five times for Birmingham in their 2007 Championship promotion campaign, scoring just one goal which came against Wolverhampton Wanderers.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.The 47-year-old retired from active football in 2008 and embarked on a coaching career that has seen him work at MK Dons, Huddersfield Town, under former Birmingham manager Lee Clark, before stopping at Manchester United.Macclesfield is 23rd on the League 2 table, three points from safety having won three and drawn three of Campbell’s nine matches.last_img read more

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first_imgBrad Nelson the Coordinator of Kenai Peninsula Safe Kids: “Once a month we visit all of the fire stations; Kenai, Nikiski, CES, and we will do a Safe Kids Car Seat Safety Check-up event. What it is if you don’t have a car seat or if your not sure car seat is installed correctly or if you’d just like us to check it out, swing on by and we will check out your car seat.”  Safe Kids will have new seats available for a donation of $35.00. The money is used to purchase more seats. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Fire Department will be hosting a Kenai Peninsula Safe Kids Car Seat Check event in Kenai, on Friday, August 24. Nelson: “So, we will go over and make sure that the car seat actually fits in the car and that the child actually fits in the car seat.”  The event will take place from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m., Friday. The event is free and open to the public. You do not need to register prior to showing up.last_img read more

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