IT was a dream afternoon for Spurs as they bounced back from Wednesday’s loss at Old Trafford in the most perfect possible way.They looked rampant on the counter-attack, with Son Heung-min, Dele Alli and particularly Harry Kane absolutely terrorising the Burnley back line.5 Son scored a goal of the season contender to put his side 3-0 upCredit: PA:Press AssociationAfter blitzing into a comfortable early lead, the Clarets found it impossible to find a way back into the match, or even to keep the score down.The match will likely to be most remembered for an absolutely sensational solo goal from Son Heung-min, as the South Korean ran the length of the pitch to put Tottenham 3-0 up in the first half.SunSport runs the rule over Spurs’ performers on a great afternoon in N17.PAULO GAZZANIGA – 6Quiet afternoon for the Argentine international. Rarely involved but was fine when needed.SERGE AURIER – 6Plenty of darting runs in behind Burnley’s bewildered and frankly overworked backline. Troubled defensively by Dwight McNeil, who was able to deliver a number of dangerous crosses. A performance littered with silly fouls. Went off injured late on.5 Aurier provided some dangerous runs going forwardCredit: Getty – ContributorDAVINSON SANCHEZ – 7Crucial goal-line block after Brady had hit the bar. Not always brilliant with his distribution, but ultimately solid.TOBY ALDERWEIRELD – 7Imperious and composed, the Belgian combined excellent distribution with stunning cross field passes. Seems to be playing with more vigour and verve.5 Alderweireld was imperious at the back for SpursCredit: ReutersJAN VERTONGHEN – 7Good distribution and solid in the challenge. Given a much easier afternoon by Brady than he was by Daniel James.ERIC DIER – 7Quietly effective in shutting down Burnley attacks. It’s hard to imagine that Son would have managed to get through like he did for his wonder-goal had Dier been in the Burnley ranks. Booked for a foul on Jeff Hendrick.5 Dier was quietly effective in shutting down Burnley attackersCredit: PA:Press AssociationMOUSSA SISSOKO – 8Cruelly denied by the post after a charge into the box. Wasn’t to be denied in the second half though. Another lung-busting run into the penalty area rewarded as Kane picked him out from the left. Showed great composure top slot calmly past Pope.LUCAS MOURA – 7Gratefully poked home a sitter in the first ten minutes. Pressed doggedly when out of possession. Quieter than the other attackers but a useful display. Replaced by Sessegnon.DELE ALLI – 7Determined header put Lucas’ goal on a plate for him. Plenty of nice touches and his presence clearly frightened those in claret and blue.SON HEUNG-MIN – 9Terrorised Lowton. Brilliant dribble and shot in the build up to the second goal. Scored an all-time classic goal to put Spurs 3-0 up in the first half with an incredible solo run through the heart of the Burnley team.5 Son scored one of the all-time great goals to put Spurs 3-0 upCredit: Getty Images – GettyHARRY KANE – 9Sensational strike from range to smack Spurs into an early lead. Caused Burnley absolute havoc when dropping deep and when hugging the last defender. Shook off an ankle scare to immediately score a brilliant fourth goal for Spurs, rifling the ball into the roof of the net from ten yards. Lovely subtle little through ball to set up Sissoko. STAR MANSUBSTITUTES -Ryan Sessegnon (for Lucas Moura, 75th minute) – Didn’t have time to make a major impact, a few tidy passes. 6LATEST TOTTENHAM NEWSHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’KAN’T HAVE THATVictor Osimhen keen on Spurs move but only if they sell Kane this summerYOU KAN DO ITKlinsmann quit Spurs to win trophies but says Kane’s better off stayingTURBULENT PAIRINGDrogba and Mido had mid-flight brawl after stewardess prank went wrongGossipSPURRED ONTottenham table contract offer for Bayern Munich’s teenage starlet Taylor BoothExclusivePASS THE TESTEngland’s NRL-based stars urge bosses to make room for a Test this yearOliver Skipp (for Serge Aurier, 80th minute) – Tidy cameo from the teenage midfielder. 6Troy Parrott (for Dele Alli, 85th minute) – Exciting day for the 17-year-old, to make his league debut. The first of many, you’d assume. 6Not used: Whiteman, Rose, Eriksen, Lo Celso Jose Mourinho reveals he gave up the chance to go to Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz Jr fight to lead Spurs out against Burnley
The Danish Barcelona striker, Martin Braithwaite, assured on Monday that the exercise plan that the club has sent to its players during the confinement is only part of its preparation and that it will return ready to take a hole in the starting lineup. “(Barça’s plan) only constitutes a third of my training, because I have added much more. I exercise my speed and my resistance. Now I train much more in detail than before, so I will return in much better physical shape, “said the player, speaking to Danish public television (DR).The latest addition to the Blaugrana club, which came from Leganés outside the last winter market to supply the injured Luis Suárez and Ousmane Dembélé, He returned before confinement to Madrid with his family, since he still had no home in Barcelona.The Danish international trains in his gym in the basement and runs and exercises with the ball in the garden, in addition to spending a lot of time “visualizing” how he wants things to turn out.“I have to be a starter and a top scorer. When you play for Barcelona, you have so many opportunities, so there is no doubt that I see myself scoring many goals and as one of the team and league scorers. That’s what I’m here for, “he said. Braithwaite, who has only been able to play three games for Blaugrana, reiterated his confidence that hard work pays off and that as now he is working more than ever. “I will have a huge reward”he predicted.“Now there is a pause, I see it as an advantage. I know there is no one who trains and works like me. When I come back I will be ready physically and mentally, “he said.The possible return of Luis Suárez after his injury or hypothetical new signings is not a problem, on the contrary, Braithwaite describes it as “fantastic”, since he believes that the competition will do better. “I still haven’t shown what I can do. I feel like I’ve done well, but I know I can do even better.”said the 28-year-old.
Fiscal policies can help support job creation, though designing the right policies will depend on conditions in individual countries.Job creation sits atop the policy agenda globally. High and persistent levels of unemployment call for a broad policy response, generally encompassing structural reform and other economic policies. While fiscal policy cannot substitute for comprehensive reforms, it can support job creation in a number of ways, according to the IMF’s latest fiscal monitor.According to the International Labor Organization (ILO), global unemployment exceeds 200 million people, and an additional 13 million people are expected to be unemployed by 2018. In order to address the high and persistent levels of unemployment, the IMF is calling for a multipronged policy response, where fiscal policy works in tandem with broader structural reform efforts to support job creation.“Under certain conditions, the fiscal decisions taken by countries can help promote labor market reforms,” said Vitor Gaspar, Director of the IMF’s Fiscal Affairs Department. “Labor market reforms can have sizeable costs. A higher deficit or slower pace of deficit reduction can absorb these costs and offset the adverse short-term impact of reforms on output and employment. It can also facilitate political consensus on reform, for instance, by compensating groups that may be adversely affected by the change. Smart fiscal policy also values public investment.”Policymakers can use targeted measures—cuts in employers’ social contributions or reform of pension systems—as part of an arsenal of policies designed to help fix some of the current weaknesses in labor markets, such as high youth unemployment and low participation in the labor force by women and older workers. Measures targeted to specific labor market trouble spots are more cost effective than blanket ones.The IMF Fiscal Monitor is published twice a year to track public finance developments around the world.Advanced Economies’ Efforts on TrackIn advanced economies, a slowing pace of deficit reduction should provide support to economic activity. Fiscal efforts over the past five years in many of these countries have helped to stabilize debt-to-GDP ratios, though the average debt-to-GDP ratio across all advanced economies is expected to exceed 100 percent of GDP at the end of the decade. Hesitant recovery and risks of low inflation and reform fatigue call for fiscal policies that carefully balance support for growth and job creation with fiscal sustainability.With continued uncertainties regarding the strength of the recovery, fiscal policies now often include measures aimed at increasing competitiveness, employment, and long-term growth. The challenge, according the Fiscal Monitor, is how to absorb the costs associated with these measures in such a way so as to keep overall budget deficit in check. This could be achieved by cutting spending in other areas or shifting to other forms of taxation.Emerging markets on guardAlthough budget deficits and debt ratios remain moderate on average, fiscal positions and risks vary widely across emerging market and middle-income economies. While immediate pressures on public finances have eased, the IMF sees lower potential growth, prospects of tighter financing conditions, and rising contingent liabilities as looming risks.In emerging market and middle-income economies, debt ratios and deficits remain generally moderate, although on average above pre-crisis levels. The prospect of increasing risks calls for rebuilding the policy room for maneuver that was used during the last few years.Geopolitical conflicts in Ukraine and the Middle East could also raise fiscal risks, but the report acknowledges these are difficult to measure at this point in time.Developing countries on uneven groundAs for low-income developing countries, with a few exceptions, immediate fiscal risks are generally moderate. A key policy challenge in low-income developing countries is to scale up the provision of social public services and growth-enhancing infrastructure, health, and education.Looking forward, efforts should focus on improving fiscal outcomes through revenue mobilization, budget prioritization, and greater efficiency of public spending. Another important policy challenge is strengthening fiscal governance, especially for the growing number of low-income developing countries that are gaining access to global financial markets.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Thirty-year-old Lennox Shawh has been fined $30,000 with an alternative of 12 months’ imprisonment after he was found to be in possession of a number of dresses and ladies handbags which were suspected to have been stolen.Appearing on Tueday before Georgetown Magistrate Dylan Bess, Shaw pleaded guilty to a charge alleging that on September 9, at Bourda Street in Georgetown, he was found in unlawful possession of the items for which he was charged.Asked how he had come into possession of the items, Shaw told the Magistrate he had found them at the corner of Regent and Camp Streets, Georgetown, and that nobody had claimed the items.Magistrate Bess was inclined to enter a not-guilty plea on Shaw’s behalf, but Shaw insisted on pleading guilty to the charge.Facts presented to the court indicated that, on the day in question, a Police constable on patrol duty heard the sound of dogs barking, and upon investigating, saw the defendant jumping a fence with a number of dresses and ladies handbags in his hands.The Policeman approached the defendant, identified himself, and enquired how he had come by the items; but he could give no answer. Thus Shaw was arrested and subsequently charged.
…GECOM says more rigid voter education initiative neededChief Elections Officer (CEO) Keith Lowenfield on Friday said that the Communities Ministry must take the blame for the low voters turn out at the recently concluded Local Government Elections. Lowenfield at a press briefing said that Communities Ministry shares responsibility for voter education. His comments came minutes after the Guyana Elections Commission announced that the LGE 2018 save a 36 per cent voters turn out.Besides the Ministry, Lowenfield said the political parties and candidates had a role to play in making sure that the voters were properly educated on the elections.“The constitution says we are responsible for the conduct of elections,” he said. “There is another department of government that is responsible for local government administration. And I think the education starts there, no doubt an all-round year process to keep the electorate offay with what is local government andCommunities Minister Ronald Bulkanwhat it offers,” he said.Meanwhile, also on Friday, during a joint press conference hosted by APNU and AFC components of the Government, both factions defended Communities Minister Ronald Bulkan.The Government officials lashed back at GECOM claiming that the low turnout at the polls was as a result of LGE not being held in years under the previous administration.Saying that Government is cognisant of the low voter turnout at the recent polls this year, Social Protection Minister Amna Ally explained that the administration is now seeking to re-educate citizens on the process, as they were not part of LGE for 22 years.“This coalition Government reintroduced it (LGE) in 2016.The people of this country have not yet grown accustomed to Local Government Elections.It is a hard task for us, because it’s not…it’s a long time, 22 years versus three years to break in to the electorate (the fact) that this local democracy will benefit them,” Ally stated.Ally further argued that no blame should be cast on Minister Bulkhan, as the Government “did what they had to do” in regard to voter education across Guyana.According to her, the Minister did not need to go to the various Local Authority Areas (LAAs), as a number of persons were trained to spread the message on LGE.Infrastructure Minister David Patterson also defended his colleague by saying that voters’ education was an “ongoing process”.He added that voters’ education is not the responsibility of one ministry.The last LGE was held in 2016, when a 47 per cent voter turnout was recorded. This year’s LGE saw a mere 36 per cent documented attendance.
More information on the latest drug-related death reports can be found on the Province’s website. VICTORIA, B.C. – The B.C. Coroners Service has released its latest reports on illicit drug toxicity deaths and fentanyl-detected drug deaths.The reports are up-to-date until May 31 and show the number of deaths from across the province that is related to illicit drugs.According to the Coroners Service, within the first five months of 2019, the number of drug-related deaths is down when compared to last year’s numbers.- Advertisement -While the number of deaths is down from last year, overall, provincially, there have been 462 illicit drug toxicity deaths within the first five months of 2019. In 2018, there were 651 deaths.In Northeast B.C., for illicit drug-related deaths, there have been only seven reported so far this year, while last year saw 24.When it comes to fentanyl-detected drug deaths in the Northeast, this year’s number is down to 6 when compared to 21 a year ago.Advertisement
By Ben Villa STAFF WRITER While driving to the ballpark Tuesday afternoon, Manager Mike Scioscia thought he had a difficult decision to make. He was wrong. Ervin Santana, rather than Bartolo Colon, will start today’s series finale against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Colon has a minor back ailment and cannot pitch. Escobar works things out Right-hander Kelvim Escobar is having a career year with the Angels, so much so that many people felt he should have been an All-Star and there was even talk about him being a Cy Young Award candidate. But lately, he’s been anything but a standout. In his last four starts, Escobar has given up five or more runs three times and his ERA in September, is an alarming 10.19. The Angels scored 10 runs in Monday’s victory over Tampa Bay, but Escobar couldn’t make it out of the fifth inning. Escobar (17-7) allowed six runs and eight hits in only four innings and did not receive a decision. Escobar said that while he might be a little tired from the long season, his problems aren’t physical. “There’s no issue with my health, it’s just my mechanics are off,” he said. “I have to find away to get my rhythm back and I’m going to talk things over with our pitching coach, Mike Butcher, and work it out. “I know that if we’re going to get to the World Series, I need to pitch well. The playoffs are right around the corner and I need to get ready for them.” Willits needs a breather For the second day in a row, Nathan Haynes started in center field instead of Reggie Willits and while he probably wouldn’t admit it, Scioscia said Willits could use a break. Willits has played the outfield almost every day since Vladimir Guerrero was diagnosed with an inflamed right triceps and Gary Matthews Jr. badly sprained his ankle Sept. 11. And while he’s batting .278 in his last 10 games, Scioscia said his legs could use a rest. “Reggie just needs a couple of days to recharge,” Scioscia said. “His legs are feeling much better.” This and that Garret Anderson’s third inning single was the 2,200 hit of his career. … Matthews took swings in the batting cage Tuesday for the first time since he sprained his right ankle. email@example.comWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Colon’s back stiffened up after his last start and although he threw his regular between-starts session on Monday, he isn’t sound enough to start today. “Bart’s back hasn’t recovered to the point where he can pitch, hopefully by next week,” Scioscia said. “After his last start, his back was a little stiff and we thought it was better to give him extra time to recover. “It’s nothing major, he just woke up with symptoms that any pitcher could get after they’ve thrown 100 pitches. It’s normal stiffness and it just needs to be worked out.” Colon is 6-7 with a 6.68 ERA and he’s been off and on the disabled list several times this year. Rarely has he shown the form that won him the 2005 Cy Young Award. As for Santana, he’s been a major disappointment this season. After winning 28 games in his first two years with the Angels, a lot was expected out of him, but he’s gone just 6-13 with a 5.82 ERA.
BEST OF Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade smart causal impact LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS Ronaldo left the pitch in tears after German referee Felix Brych decided to send him off in the Group H opener.Brych was alerted to the incident by one of the additional officials stationed behind the goal Juventus were attacking.Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri felt the video assistant referee (VAR) technology could have helped. MONEY possible standings 2 RANKED Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won VAR was used largely successfully at this summer’s World Cup but is not yet in use in the Champions League.“Going down to 10 men in the Champions League for an incident like that is disappointing,” Allegri said.“We risked losing tonight with this and we’ll miss him for the next games too.”Two penalties from Miralem Pjanic gave Juventus the victory in Valencia. Ronaldo left the field in tears How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures REVEALED Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Cristiano Ronaldo is not expected to miss his Manchester United reunion at Old Trafford after being sent off against Valencia in the Champions League on Wednesday night.The Juventus forward has received an automatic one-match suspension after appearing to put his hand on the head of defender Jeison Murillo, ruling him out for the home tie against Young Boys on October 2. silverware The Portuguese forward was inconsolable Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade 2 But it is understood his ban will not be extended and the ex-United star will be free to return to Old Trafford and face his former club on October 23.UEFA’s control, ethics and disciplinary body (UCED) has announced it will look at the red card when it convenes on September 27.However UCED is unlikely to extend the ban as it is not going to be looking at any dissent in this case, or the manner in which Ronaldo left the field. These can be aggravating factors when ban extensions are being considered.
Letterkenny’s Port Road has been closed to traffic following an overnight incident in which it is believed a person was seriously hurt.Gardai have sealed off the Port Roundabout and are carrying out forensic examinations.Eye witnesses say there are blood stains at the scene and there are reports that one person has been taken to hospital. An area of footpath close to Port Roundabout has been covered in plastic bags.Gardai are remaining tight-lipped at this early stage of their investigations.A statement on the incident is expected later.Garda close off part of the Port Rd. on Sunday morning following an incident in Lettereknny on Saturday night near the Station Roundabout. Road closed after serious incident in Letterkenny overnight was last modified: November 6th, 2016 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: livingston mbabazipaul mucureziStarTimes Uganda Premeir Leaguetop Mucurezi scored two goals in November (File Photo)LUGOGO – Mbarara City’s Livingstone Mbabazi and Paul Mucurezi have been named the Pilsner StarTimes Uganda Premier League Coach and Player of November respectively.The duo took home one million shillings each on top of a plaque.The event to award Ankole Lions’ duo, was held on Monday morning at Kati kati restaurant in Kampala.Paul Mucurezi beat KCCA’s defender Timothy Awany Player of the month accolade.The former KCCA player managed to score two vital goals against Villa and BUL FC.“Am honoured to be named the best in the month of November, said Mucurezi.“I would like to thank my fellow players and coach Mbabazi who has seen us through, I hope to win more.Mbabazi helped Mbarara City reach top of the league table in November for the first time in the club’s history.Currently, the Western based club is fifth on the table with 17 points from ten league games.Next for Mbarara is a league game against Tooro United on Tuesday at Kakyeka Stadium.Police FC’s forward Juma Balinya and Coach Abdullah Mubiru excused themselves from the contention because of their Islamic beliefs.It should be noted that Vipers’ Coach Javier Martinez Espinoza and Kirinya Jinja’s striker Joel Madondo were the winners in the month of October.Comments