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first_imgIcardi is no longer the captain at Inter (Picture: Getty)Mauro Icardi was reportedly stripped of his skipper duties by Inter Milan because of issues between his agent and the club.The striker, who has worn the armband for Inter since 2015, is in the midst of a contract stand-off with the Italian giants.Chelsea are one of a host of clubs linked with a transfer move for Icardi, who would fetch a monster fee for Inter as one of the best forwards in the world.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityInter want Icardi to sign a new deal, while the player’s agent, and wife, Wanda Nara has publicly insisted there is no need to pen a fresh contract.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTVarious Italian outlets have declared Nara’s conduct and comments to the press are the reason Icardi has been stripped of the captaincy.Gianluca Di Marzio claim it is not the contract talks which has forced Inter to demote Icardi, but the player’s reluctance to speak out against his agent. Advertisement (Picture: Getty)The decision was taken by head coach Luciano Spalletti and the club, and it was also confirmed on Wednesday that Icardi would not travel with the rest of the squad to Austria to take on SK Rapid Wien in the Europa League.La Gazzetta Dello Sport claim Spalletti and the club bosses have been enraged by Nara’s recent comments and were unimpressed to hear the football agent weigh in on Ivan Perisic’s potential move to Arsenal.That transfer did not happen as Inter rejected Arsenal’s loan approach, but Nara’s suggestion ‘personal issues’ were behind the forward’s desire to leave prompted the club to name Samir Handanovic as their new club captain. Spalletti has been angered by Inter’s agent and wife (Picture: Getty)It is also claimed Icardi has grown increasingly distant from the squad in recent weeks, which has raised doubts about whether he is able to carry out his captain duties.Icardi, 25, has spent his entire senior career in Italy and joined Inter from Sampdoria as a 20-year-old, and has a contract with the club that does not expire until 2021.The Argentina international has been a prolific goalscorer in an Inter shirt, with 119 goals in 210 appearances for Inter.MORE: Chelsea and Manchester United enquire about frustrated Barcelona star Ivan Rakitic Commentcenter_img Coral BarryWednesday 13 Feb 2019 4:54 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.1kShares Mauro Icardi stripped of captaincy by Inter Milan for personal reasons Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgPictured: Ric Hertel, Shane Tucker, Ryan Marshall and Ashlee SatterfieldBatesville, In. — Ripley County prosecutor Ric Hertel presented his 2nd annual “State of the Streets” report in Batesville.The report shows in 2013 there were 40 cases of domestic violence reported, compared to 74 reported in the first 10 months of 2017. In October of 2017 a deputy prosecutor, Ashlee Satterfield was added to the staff to handle domestic violence cases.In 2013 Hertel says 125 drug-related cases were filed by his office compared to 204 so far this year. He says it is likely the number will double by the end of the year.The report says methamphetamine lab investigations are down for 2017, but Indiana had more in 2016 than any other state in the country. At the same time, the Indiana State Police have tested more methamphetamine samples so far this year. Hertel says the increase is due to the introduction of crystal methamphetamine manufactured in “super labs” reportedly in Mexico.Hertel says the increases could be attributed to more awareness, publicity or increased law enforcement presence, not necessarily more criminal incidents.Hertel says the juvenile crime statistics are encouraging. In 2016 39 actions were filed against juvenile defendants. In 2017 that number is 17. Hertel cited a partnership and collaboration between his office, state & local police and schools as the driving factor for the decrease.The Ripley County jail has a capacity of 99 inmates and has been regularly over that number. Hertel says the problem is mitigated by work release, home monitoring and modified punishments. However, a new facility could be needed in the future.Batesville police chief Stan Holt, Indiana State Police detective Tom Baxter and Ripley County sheriff Jeff Cumberworth were honored for their contributions to public safety. The three officers have a combined experience of more than 90 years and have worked on many serious, high profile cases.last_img read more

first_imgA problem with landing gear is to blame for a fiery landing at a Florida airport. A plane trying to land at Daytona Beach International Airport yesterday wound up skidding on the runway when its landing gear failed.Two people on board were able to walk away uninjured. The runway remained closed for inspection for several hours after the sparks flew as the plane slid on its belly. There’s no word on why the landing gear malfunctioned.last_img

first_imgBASSETERRE, St Kitts,  (CMC )– Kjorn Ottley hit his maiden Super50 Cup century as Barbados Pride put one foot in the semi-finals with a comfortable four-wicket win over reigning champions CCC Marooners here Sunday.The in-form Pride chased down an uncomplicated target of 208 at Warner Park, with the left-handed Ottley leading the way with an unbeaten 101 off 127 balls.For Pride, it was their fifth win in six outings and it put them on 20 points, helping them to open up a significant eight-point gap on second placed hosts Leeward Islands Hurricanes at the top of Group A.The loss for Marooners, meanwhile, was the fourth in fifth matches and it virtually ruled them out of a place in the semi-finals.They got half-centuries from Akshaya Persaud (55) and Sadique Henry (54) to reach 207 for nine off their 50 overs, after choosing to bat.With the innings slumping at 96 for six in the 28th over, Persaud and Henry came together in a 76-run, seventh wicket stand to rescue their side.Persaud, a 22-year-old left-hander in only his fifth List A match, struck four fours and a six in a 91-ball knock to complete his second half-century of the tournament, while Henry faced 69 deliveries and counted five fours and a six.Much of the damage was done by West Indies fast bowler Miguel Cummins who snatched three early wickets to finish with four for 29 while off-spinner Ashley Nurse supported with two for 32.In reply, Pride were given a handy start by Ottley who put on 74 for the first wicket with Leniko Boucher who made 25 from 44 balls with four boundaries.Bouncer was looking set when he fished at a widish delivery from seamer and captain Carlos Brathwaite and was taken behind by wicketkeeper Gian Benjamin, diving to his right in the 15th over.Nicholas Kirton (10) and captain Jonathan Carter (7) then fell cheaply as Pride stumbled, losing three wickets for 28 runs to be 102 for three in the 22nd over.Ottley, however, stabilised the run chase, adding 33 for the fourth wicket with the in-form Kyle Mayers (19) before putting on a further 45 for the fifth wicket with wicketkeeper Tevyn Walcott who made a busy 25 from 28 balls with four fours.All told, Ottley struck 10 fours and two sixes, reaching triple figures in the 45th over with a driven single to deep cover off Brathwaite.last_img read more

first_imgBALTIMORE — The yellow penalty flag plummeted to the turf in front of the Syracuse bench as head coach John Desko raised his arms and barked at the official. Late in the third quarter of its opening-round NCAA tournament game against No. 8 seed Loyola, SU had been keeping the Greyhounds at arm’s length. Every time Loyola managed a goal, the Orange scored one of its own. But Syracuse had just surrendered a man-up goal to the Greyhounds and seven seconds after LU’s faceoff man, Bailey Savio, won the ensuing melee for the ball, Syracuse long stick midfielder Jared Fernandez was called for a push while riding his defender to the sideline. Desko didn’t agree with the call, but that didn’t matter.Loyola’s top-flight offense took the field and minced SU’s man-down defense. Savio won the ensuing faceoff. “I was frustrated,” Desko said. “I thought Jared kind of rode the guy out of bounds and it wasn’t terrible. It wasn’t like he shoved him or anything like that. To lose the faceoff, to give up the one on the man-up, then give another man-up right away off the faceoff, that was difficult.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse’s (9-5, 2-2 Atlantic Coast) combination of untimely, back-to-back penalties from Fernandez and Brett Kennedy and an inability to win faceoffs and control possession in the second half left the door open. Loyola (12-4, 7-1 Patriot) came in, kicked SU out and slammed it shut, topping the Orange 15-13 after scoring seven straight goals from 2:23 left in the third quarter into the last two minutes. SU, which controlled most of the game to that point, crashed out in the first round of the NCAA tournament for the second straight year. “I could just see the energy in our sideline develop in that moment,” Loyola head coach Charley Toomey said of the second man-up goal. “When we hit Chase (Scanlan) on that backside, that got us going.”When Kennedy wandered to the penalty box with 2:57 left in the third quarter, the Orange nursed a four-goal lead, the largest for either team. A couple more goals may have secured a victory. Instead, with extra space to operate, the Greyhounds offense whipped the ball around the outside of Syracuse’s defense, seeking an open shooting line or pass inside.The ball rested in Tewaaraton finalist Pat Spencer’s stick at the top of the alley when he spotted Aidan Olmstead standing on the backside of the crease. Before SU goalie Drake Porter fully moved to cover his goal mouth, Olmstead was already putting Spencer’s feed in the back of the net.On the next man-up situation, less than a minute later, Loyola got an identical look, but to Porter’s opposite side. This time, Olmstead fed midfielder Chase Scanlan, who easily beat Porter.In a 33 second span, the Greyhounds cut the Orange’s lead in half.“When you get two in a row, especially in a close game like that, it definitely swings the momentum a little bit,” Loyola midfielder John Duffy said. “When you’re able to capitalize on it, it makes a world of difference.”Riding the wave of momentum into the fourth quarter, the Greyhounds started dominating possession, keyed mainly by Savio. He dominated SU’s faceoff duo of sophomore Jakob Phaup and junior Danny Varello after playing relatively even in the first half. Kaci Wasilewski | Senior Staff WriterSyracuse had two faceoff violations in the third quarter and risked giving up an extra-man opportunity with a third. In response, SU’s specialists had to react to the whistle instead of anticipating it, letting Savio get the jump. In the second half, Loyola won 10-of-13 faceoffs.Constantly defending, Syracuse’s back line wore down in the fourth quarter. Spencer started to get the best of Mellen and rifled assists left and right, eventually setting the NCAA record for career assists (226). When Syracuse needed a short stick to help contain Spencer, the first slide often came in time, Mellen said, but SU’s defense struggled to fill in the space left where the second slide should’ve come.Against fatigued defenders, Loyola poured in four goals through the first 7:14 of the fourth quarter, flipping a two-goal deficit into a two-goal lead. The Greyhounds parlayed two lapses by the Orange into an 8-1 run that ended the game and SU’s season.“There was still so much time left on the clock and then, again, those penalties were off of faceoffs,” Desko said. “So it was Kennedy on the slash and Jared on the push, so did those mistakes come because of playing so much defense?”It’s a question Desko has all offseason to mull over. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 11, 2019 at 4:38 pm Contact Andrew: [email protected] | @A_E_Grahamlast_img read more

first_imgFrom the bowling side of GCI. Isaac Okpe took 4 wickets in 8 overs conceeded 22 runs , Elijah Monday took 3 wickets in 4 overs conceeded 15 runs , GCI captain Chimezie Onwuzulike took 2 wickets in 7.5 overs conceeded 19 runs while Silvester Okpe took 1 wicket in 8 overs conceeded 13 runs .In the second innings GCI Cricket Club of Ibadan scored 107 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in 21.1 overs to end Ibeju Lekki Cricket Club suprimacy in Super four .The representative of the Group Managing the Director and Chief Executive Officer of Notore, Mr Onajite Okoloko, Miss Ngozt Mba expressed excitement on the success of Notore CCC Cricket League promising that Notore Chemical Industries Plc would continue to sponsor the CCC league addinfg that Notore’s mission is to revive the game of cricket from the grassroots level in Nigeria.Miss Mba on behalf of Group Managing Director and CEO Mr Okoloko congratulated Government College Ibadan Cricket Club and Ibeju Lekki Cricket Club on their performance during the championship final adding that colors would be added in continuation of the sponsorship of the League.”We at Notore are excited to continue to sponsor the Club Cricket Committee League (CCC League), as we feel strongly that their mission to help revive cricket at the grassroots level in Nigeria resonates greatly with our mission to enhance the quality of life for all Nigerians through our businesses.“We are pleased to see that our sponsorship of CCC has been positively impacting some of Nigeria’s best rising young cricket players while also inspiring other young athletes to pursue their athletic aspirations.“On behalf of our Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mr Onojite Okoloko and everyone at Notore , we would like to congratulate Government College Ibadan Old Boy Cricket Club and Ibeju Lekki Cricket Club on their performance during the championship finals and we look forward to supporting CCC again in the upcoming cricket season” Said MbaThe chairman of Club Cricket Committee , Mr Charles Omohera has described the 2017/2018 Notore CCC League as a huge success pointing out that with the support of Notore CCC has been able to put up a better league and looking forward to a better 2018/2019 Notore CCC league.Government College Ugeli Cricket Club and Cricket Lovers Cricket Club got promoted to Division 1 while Rocks Cricket Club of Abeokuta relegated to Division 2 of the Notore CCC Cricket Leagus.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram .Notore extends sponsorship of the leagueGovernment College Ibadan Old Boys Cricket Club, GCI, recently emerged champions of the 2017/2018 Notore Club Cricket Committee (CCC) league Super four . GCI defeated the defending Champions and the league champions, Ibeju Lekki Cricket Club by 7 wickets in a 50 overs game at the Tafawa Balewa Cricket Oval.Ibeju Lekki won the toss and elected to bat first and scored 103 runs all out in 3.5 overs, Friday Udoh scored 34 runs off 55 balls in 94 minutes , Femi Solebo scored 15 runs off 51 ball in 75 minutes, James Chukwu scored 9 runs off 33 balls in 33 minutes while Elijah Olaleye scored 9 runs off 24 balls in 40 minutes .last_img read more

first_imgThe Tampa Bay Lightning were forced to battle without their top scorer on Saturday when Nikita Kucherov left the game in the second period after taking a shot off the top of the foot.Kucherov went to the locker room immediately following the blocked shot. The 26-year-old forward did not return to the bench at the start of the third period before the team officially announced him as out for the remainder of the contest during the final frame. MORE: Tyson Barrie leaves game against Oilers after blocked shotKucherov heads to the locker room after taking a Carlson shot off the leg pic.twitter.com/atWJDaomZf— NBC Sports Capitals (@NBCSCapitals) December 15, 2019His final shift lasted just 19 seconds due to the injury, leaving the ice for the final time at 10:29 of the second period. The Russian superstar left the with the score knotted at one before the Lightning gave up back-to-back scores to open the third. Down 3-1, Tampa Bay’s Jan Rutta was able to get one back, but T.J. Oshie extended the lead back to two goals with 7:41 remaining. The Caps added an empty-netter to make the final score 5-2.MORE: Taylor Hall is healthy scratch for Devils as trade rumors riseThis is not the first time Kucherov has been forced to miss time due to injury in the 2019-20 season. He missed one game with an upper-body injury after a hit from Brayden Schenn forced him out of the contest against the St. Louis Blues on Nov. 19. The 2019 Hart Trophy winner leads the team with 34 points on 10 goals and 24 assists this season, including a secondary assist on the Lightning’s first goal of the contest, a Brayden Point score 5:45 into the second period.Despite leading the team, Kucherov is far off pace to reach the career-high numbers he hit last season (41 goals and 87 assists). He is set to net just 27 goals and dish 65 helpers this season.  From a teamwide standpoint, Tampa Bay looks much less intimidating so far at 16-12-3 than their record-setting 128 points (62-16-4) last season.Should Kucherov miss more time, the Lightning — who sit in fourth in the Atlantic Division — could be in even more trouble as January approaches.last_img read more

first_imgA night after Billy Hofman was a perfect 8-for-8 from the field, Kaelen Daniels showed that he too, can be perfect. Daniels was 6-for-6 from the field and scored 15 points with a game-high nine rebounds to lead the Cal Poly Pomona men’s basketball team to a 73-60 victory over Chico State on Saturday night in Chico. Freshman Donnelle Booker had a season-high 19 points do go along with eight rebounds and Dion Cook also scored 19 points for the Broncos (17-6 overall, 13-5 CCAA). Hofman, one night after scoring a career-high 24 points, and setting or tying two school records, scored five points on only 1-of-3 shooting on Saturday. Cal Poly, ranked No. 24 in the country and No. 3 in the West Region, doesn’t usually dominate in rebounding, but out-rebounded the Wildcats (6-17, 4-14) 33-19 on Saturday, and shot 62 percent from the field. Chico, which has lost nine games in a row, got only four offensive rebounds in the entire game. Jon Baird led Chico with 20 points, making six 3-pointers, and Justin Argenal added 13 points. Chico took an early 15-8 lead, but the Broncos quickly took the lead and never led by fewer than four points the rest of the way. Cal Poly also held a 38-22 lead in points in the paint over the Wildcats. CAL POLY WOMEN center_img Ashley Moody scored 12 points and Vanessa Dominguez added 11, but the Broncos fell to Chico State, 73-53 in Chico. Freshman Melissa Richardson led Chico (18-4, 14-4) with a career-high 16 points, including four 3-pointers, and Amber Simmons also scored 16 points for the Wildcats. Cal Poly (7-16, 6-12) trailed only 30-25 at halftime, but the Wildcats increased the lead to 11 within the first seven minutes of the second half. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more