0Shares0000Inter Milan’s Argentine forward Mauro Icardi scored on his 200th appearance for the Italian club © AFP / Miguel MEDINAMILAN, Italy, Dec 12 – Inter Milan crashed out of the Champions League on Tuesday after being held 1-1 by PSV Eindhoven at the San Siro as Group B rivals Tottenham Hotspur gained a point against Barcelona.The Serie A side needed to better Spurs’ result at the Camp Nou in order to overtake the Premier League outfit and snatch a place in the knockout rounds. Luciano Spalletti’s side thought they had done enough in the 73rd minute when captain Mauro Icardi marked his 200th game for the club by equalising Hirving Lozano’s 13th-minute opener, with Spurs a goal down in Catalonia.However Lucas Moura levelled at 1-1 for Tottenham, enabling his team to advance to the last 16 thanks to the away goal they scored in their 2-1 defeat at the San Siro.Inter lost 1-0 at Tottenham last time out, meaning Spurs go through in second place with a superior head-to-head record.“We got nervous, lost too many balls, created disorder at the tactical level and tension set in,” said Inter coach Luciano Spalletti of the former three-time winners.“We had the match we needed but didn’t capitalise on the chances we had.“As the anxiety grows, you lose sight of how to control the game.”“We could have remained more balanced and instead we let ourselves be carried away by tensions, by the public mood,” he added, as the goals from the Tottenham v Barcelona game were broadcast in the stadium.“How do you hide the result of your opponents? The public cheer.”– Painful end to Inter return –The hosts, who lifted the title in 2010 with Jose Mourinho and were returning to the competition for the first time since 2012, got off to a good start against already-eliminated PSV, coached by former AC Milan midfielder Mark van Bommel.Icardi sent in a long ball five minutes into the game which Ivan Persic got his head to but the Croatia winger’s effort clipped the post.After the initial scare PSV regrouped their defence and proved increasingly dangerous on the counter-attack.The Dutch broke through following a monstrous blunder by Inter midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah.The Ghanaian was caught in possession by Steven Bergwijn, with the ball flying across the face of goal and Lozano nodding in at the back post.Asamoah struggled throughout the first half and almost conceded a second with an accidental assist for Luuk De Jong, but Samir Handanovic rushed off his line to parry.Icardi fired wide before the break before Handanovic tipped a Bergwijn effort over the bar.PSV could thank goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet after the break when he denied Icardi, Stefan de Vrij and Keita Balde.But Icardi blasted in the equaliser midway through the second half, meeting a perfect cross from Matteo Politano to leave Zoet no chance.The Italians piled forward in search of the winner but could not break through, with substitute Lautaro Martinez sending a header over the bar late on.The Dutch club, who won the European Cup in 1988, achieved just their second point of the competition as they finished bottom of the group behind Inter who go through to the Europa League.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Job Vacancy: Britton’s Pharmacy, based in Donegal Town and Mountcharles, are now recruiting for a Pharmacy Technician to join their team.The position will start as a part-time position with a view to becoming full-time in 2020.See the poster below for details of the role and how to apply: Job Vacancy: Pharmacy Technician required (Part-Time) was last modified: August 13th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:britton’s pharmacyDonegal TownMOUNTCHARLESPart-timepharmacy techician
Watch the top seven KOs of the year, including Wilder and Chisora BRUTALITY Canelo, Joshua and Wilder pick up prestigious Ring Magazine awards for 2019 live cricket South Africa vs England first Test live on talkSPORT 2 Boxing Belter He walked to the dock with the aid of a zimmer-type walking device, wearing light coloured trousers and a grey cardigan.McCafferty made little reaction as Judge Patricia Smyth sentenced him to three years and nine months.He is set to spend half of his sentence in prison and half on licence.The judge described the case as a “particularly complex sentencing exercise”, but said there was no dispute around the facts.“You repeatedly sexually assaulted your victim for three years over the period from December 2012 – December 2015 when your victim was a young teenager aged 14-16, you on the other hand were a mature adult aged 66-68,” she said.“You ingratiated yourself into your victim’s family, gaining first the trust of his mother who regarded you as a role model for her children.“You abused trust placed in you by his family… assaulting him in your home and his home. The impact on your victim and his family has been significant.”During sentencing the judge also spoke of health issues faced by McCafferty, included mobility problems following hip and knee replacements, heart illness and a history of suffering from anxiety and depression.Judge Smyth also noted that McCafferty had not had an “easy” childhood, and had himself been the victim of sexual assaults over the period of a year when he was a young teenager.“You said it had not had an impact on your life… it may explain in some part the lack of empathy you have shown to your victim.” Frank Warren names four dream fights he wants to make in 2020, including Fury vs AJ The judge said McCafferty abused trust placed in him by the victim’s family Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more KO KINGS MONEY A former Celtic Football Club youth coach has been jailed after he pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a young teenager in a case where the court heard he had regarded it as a “bit of fun”.Jim McCafferty, 72, formerly of Raby Street in south Belfast, pleaded guilty to eight charges of sexual offences against the boy over a three-year period from December 2012-15.McCafferty had previously pleaded not guilty, but changed his plea to guilty on the day of his trial.On Monday, McCafferty re-appeared in the dock of Belfast Crown Court for sentencing. PLANS Latest Sport News The judge went on to describe his expressions of remorse for his behaviour towards his victim as “superficial” and “disingenuous”, adding that McCafferty had only apologised to his victim because he had been advised to.She said McCafferty had regarded his behaviour as “a bit of fun” for the teenager, adding: “You continue to hold that view.”The judge said the pensioner’s behaviour had been an “outrageous betrayal of trust”.McCafferty will remain on the sexual offenders register for an “indefinite period” and has been banned from working with children in any capacity.The pensioner first confessed to abusing his victim after being approached by Daily Mirror journalist Jilly Beattie in December 2016.McCafferty lived in Glasgow before moving to Northern Ireland in recent years.Speaking outside court, Detective Chief Inspector Anne Marks welcomed the conclusion of the case and also encouraged other victims of sexual abuse to come forward.She went on to read a statement on behalf of the victim’s mother.“It has been an incredibly tough two years for my family, something no mother should ever have to go through.“My son is kind and caring and compassionate. He is a young man and this will have an impact on him for the rest of his life.“However, although extremely harrowing, he knows taking this difficult decision to report this abuse was the right choice for him to make and today we have seen his abuser brought to justice.“My son was treated with sensitivity, patience and respect by the investigating officers, and I would encourage anyone who has been the victim of sexual abuse to report it to the police.”Detective Chief Inspector Marks added her thanks to the victim and his family for coming forward. The most unbelievable UFC knockouts of the decade, with McGregor, Silva and Holm Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade highlights Rocky vs Drago: Relive a classic as Balboa exacts revenge on Apollo’s killer 1 CELEBRATION
KEEPING ‘ER DONEGAL: DANIEL GILLEN, 20 MONTHS, AND BIG SISTER ELLEN, 3, IN COOKSTOWN, CO TYRONE. MUM CATHRIONA FROM TRENTAGH IS MAKING SURE THEY KNOW WHICH COUNTY TO SUPPORT!UPDATED WITH PIX FROM AROUND THE GLOBE: FOOTBALL fever is gripping Donegal – and you’re certainly getting behind Jim McGuinness and his squad ahead of Sunday’s clash with Cork.Already it is being estimated that between 25,000 and 30,000 Donegal fans will descend on Dublin this weekend.So keep sending us your pix throughout the weekend. And thanks to everyone – in Africa, Sweden, USA, Australia – and throughout Ireland and Donegal for your pix so far.Send us your pix to firstname.lastname@example.orgDONEGAL’S RORY GALLAGHER SHOWS HIS COLOURS IN BALLYSHANNONThey’re not very sheepish about nailing their colours to the mast in Carrickfin! Hay – would you believe they’re supporting Donegal in Termon too!And in Perth, Australia, Jimmy is still winning matches!In Dunfanaghy even cars are in danger of being painted green and gold if they’re parked too long!Elsa and Rory Wanless from Jersey, are very excited about the match on Sunday. Their Mum is Cindy O Donnell from Letterkenny.Mitchie and Meigi Giblin think Donegal have the semi-final collared.Patsy Trimble is flying the flag at Mass. Dunfanaghy musician Ernie O’Reilly is showing a brave face ahead of Sunday’s semi-final! Hair, hair Ernie.Picture from on top of the hill looking out over Maghera strand and Loughros Beg Bay, Ardara, Co. Donegal by Debbie Dunnion.A simply ‘Devine’ picture! The Devines, Aoife, Pauric and ten week old Sean, from Glenswilly show their true colours before Sunday’s game!Even the people who run the Empire State Building in New York are Donegal fans according to Sheila McDonagh. Support from the Swedish jury! Prionsios from Cruit, Terry Sweeney of Glenties, Buster Gallagher from Na Dunaibh and Tony from Co.Clare in Sundsval, Sweden supporting Donegal.Pat The Cope wishes the boys all the best!Aaron & Aoibhe Foley from San Francisco will be up early on Sunday morning to watch the match!GOOD LUCK TO THE TEAM FROM EVERYONE AT FOUR MASTERS GAA CLUBDungloe men, Shaun mc Cauley, paul Quinn, Declan the butcher and jimmy’s winning matches man gettin ready for the game in Perth WAMILEY DOHERTY GETS READY FOR THE GAME IN BURTONPORTPeter Toland in Kilmacrennan writes: my neighbor from cork said my donegal flag would be down after the cork game so just to remind him he’s not in cork anymore i decided to put my jersey up aswell!Dominic McShane in Grandads house in boultypatrickHome of Tommy McShane 94 years of Age @ Boultypatrick has it in the hands of our Lord.Taken in Stranorlar of Dylan and Kate Mc Menamin saying” Hi” to their Aunty Carina in Australia, who will be watching the game, with baited breath via the internet, From Mary LavertyERNIE’S READY FOR THE BIG GAMEAND SO IS SEVE ROARTY IN CREESLOUGHMia Gamble & Emily McBrearty from Killybegs with their special banner for Karl LaceyCOUNTDOWN TO CROKER: SEND US YOUR PIX SUPPORTING DONEGAL! was last modified: August 26th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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)
Fulham want to pip Bolton to the signing of Stoke City striker Cameron Jerome, according to The Sun.It is claimed that the Whites are competing with Wanderers in an effort to capture the former England Under-21 international, who has scored seven goals this season and is apparently rated at £4m.Terry is nursing an injury.The Guardian report that Chelsea’s interim boss Roberto Di Matteo may be forced to risk John Terry despite doubts over the defender’s fitness.Terry is struggling with a rib injury but with some vital matches approaching, Di Matteo is desperate to include him.The Italian said: “It all depends on how quick he can heal and the pain level he can sustain. As soon as that is possible to do he will train.”Meanwhile, The Sun declare that Di Matteo believes he needs to achieve a top-four finish and win the Champions League to be considered a success.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Forward Timo Meier could have a healthy long-term contract offer coming his way from the Sharks in the summer of 2019 when he’s set to become a restricted free agent.The way Meier’s been playing lately, that potential deal certainly isn’t getting any cheaper.Meier scored two goals for the second straight game Thursday and Joe Thornton netted the game-winner with 12:04 left in the third period as the … (Click here, if you are unable to view this photo gallery or video on your mobile device.)
13 January 2014 The second annual South African Premier Business Awards is open for entries, it was announced on Friday. The winners of the awards, which acknowledge excellence across all sectors of South African business, will be announced at a gala ceremony at Johannesburg’s Sandton Convention Centre on 19 March. The event is organised by the Department of Trade and Industry, in partnership with Brand South Africa and Proudly South African. “The awards are designed to showcase the best that South Africa has to offer in terms of businesses, products and services,” Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said in a statement on Friday. Brand South Africa CEO Miller Matola said Brand South Africa was pleased to be a partner in hosting awards which celebrated South African business entrepreneurship and innovation, as these “are critical in driving the developmental agenda of South Africa and in growing our economy”. The awards cover a range of categories, including export, manufacturing, small business, rural development, technology, green economy, youth entrepreneurship, media, investment, and SME supplier development. There are also awards for women-owned enterprises, Proudly South African enterprises, a Most Empowered Enterprise Award, and a special Play Your Part Award. A Lifetime Achievement Award will also be presented. South African entrepreneur and property developer Richard Maponya was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the inaugural awards in 2013. Proudly South African CEO Leslie Sedibe said the awards would honour honour enterprises that promote innovation and competitiveness “as well as job creation, good business ethics and quality. “As we celebrate 20 years of democracy this year, we will also celebrate local enterprises that have promoted the spirit of success and entrepreneurship in South Africa.” More information, including entry forms, can be obtained at www.sapremierbusinessawards.co.za. SAinfo reporter
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest While the Democrats’ party platform — unlike the Republicans’ — does mention the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), it’s only to say the Asia-Pacific trade agreement should include a list of standards enumerated in the plank, which generally is critical of past trade deals and urges more transparency in negotiations on future agreements.The platform, approved at the Democratic National Convention, states that Democrats will not back free trade agreements that do not support “good American jobs, raise wages and improve our national security.” Deals must include strong and enforceable labor and environmental standards, with streamlined and effective enforcement mechanisms; must crack down on unfair and illegal subsidies; should promote innovation of and access to lifesaving medicines; and should protect a free and open Internet. The United States should not enter into trade agreements that prevent it from approving rules that protect the environment, food safety or public health. Democrat congressional lawmakers who support TPP took flak from many convention delegates, particularly supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who strongly opposes the deal. But Democrat backers of TPP appear to be in the majority. A recent survey from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs found that 71% of those who support Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and 67% of Sanders supporters view trade favorably, and 74% of Clinton supporters and 56% of Sanders backers support the TPP.
In what may prove to be a setback to Lt. Col. Shrikant Purohit, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday refused to defer the framing of charges against all accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast case.A Bench of Justices S.S. Shinde and Mridula Bhatkar was hearing the plea filed by Lt. Col. Purohit seeking deferment in framing of charges against him and others till the issue of his sanction to prosecute is decided. On June 22, the High Court admitted Lt. Col. Purohit’s petition challenging the State government’s sanction to prosecute him and the rejection of his discharge plea before the special Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act court in December 2017.However, National Investigation Agency’s (NIA) counsel Sandesh Patil said that on directions from the Supreme Court, it would be appropriate to allow the lower court to decide on the sanction.The lower court is expected to frame charges against all the accused on September 5.
An antigay law passed earlier this year in Uganda despite the protests of activists and scientists has been nullified by one of the nation’s courts, which ruled that the legislation had been improperly approved by the country’s Parliament. Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni had justified the law by citing findings from a special scientific committee on homosexuality convened by the government, even though, as Science reported in February, researchers on that panel said their work was being misrepresented and several resigned in protest. The legislation could be passed again, or the government may appeal the ruling to the country’s Supreme Court.