‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party Next week, Atlanta City Council is scheduled to consider expanding Piedmont Park, but the plan may be in for a rough ride.The proposal is to spend $20 million to buy almost three acres of land at the corner of Piedmont and Monroe. Kasim Reed announced the plan at the end of his time as mayor, and now the Parks Department is coming to City Council, to ask for the go-ahead.But council members on the Community Development/Human Resources Committee had a lot of questions earlier this week, as first reported by the Saporta Report. They ended up voting to send the idea to the full council without actually supporting it. That’s not a good thing, said City Council president Felicia Moore, who’s not on the committee.“That means there’ll be a lot of debate on the council floor,” Moore said.The Parks Department would buy land that currently has businesses on it and collect rent for a few years, until it’s ready to build out the park. But there are still a few parcels on that corner – adding up to ¾ of an acre – that aren’t part of the proposed sale.That raised concerns from councilwoman Marci Collier Overstreet.“I think it’s OK to take more than one year or a few years for a project to come to its full fruition,” she said at the meeting on Tuesday. “What I don’t want to do is commit to $20 million and be told later now we need to purchase this, and now we need to purchase this, and now we need to purchase this.”Another concern was about equity.At the meeting. councilman Amir Farokhi said $20 million dollars is a lot of money to spend on just under three acres.“There’s a lot of areas in the city that need equal love and equal investment,” he said.A third concern: Where the money is coming from. Some will come from park fees, some from the transportation sales tax and some from a sales tax meant to fund water and sewer infrastructure. Councilwoman Natalyn Archibong said she wouldn’t vote to use money from that sewer tax for this project.Parks Commissioner Amy Phuong responded to that concern, saying there will be a stormwater control element to the park expansion.Beyond that, she emphasized that the proposed plan is an opportunity to expand the park before real estate prices get so high that it’s no longer possible.“I believe it will be a transformational, consequential project,” she said to the committee.The city is working to raise another $80 million from philanthropic sources to complete the plans, and the Atlanta Botanical Garden is also proposing to expand along Piedmont.“This is going to provide a grand entrance,” Mark Banta, president of the Piedmont Park Conservancy, told the council members. “We have a tremendous impact on the region, and that’s why the investment in this park as a regional park is important.” For Whom The Bell Rings Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility 1:43 | Play story Add to My ListIn My List Related Stories Share
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Benton sophomore Emily Ward has been named MVP on the All-District 1-4A girls basketball team selected by the district’s coaches.Ward averaged 20.2 points and 14 rebounds per game for the Lady Tigers, who went 18-15 and reached the second round of the playoffs.She also averaged four assists and two steals. In district play, Ward averaged 21.5 points and 12.1 rebounds.Bossier junior Destiny Thomas was named to the first team. She averaged 18.8 points, 14.7 rebounds, 6.7 assists, 3.6 steals and 2.1 blocks.Danielle Butler, who guided Huntington to an undefeated district championship, was named Coach of the Year.Benton freshman Qua Chambers was named to the second team.Benton’s Abbie Wynn and Bossier’s Kelcee Marshall and Chloe Walker were named honorable mention.ALL-DISTRICT 1-4AFIRST TEAMEmily Ward, BentonTaylor Bell, HuntingtonDestiny Thomas, BossierDe’Asia Dixon, HuntingtonMary Caldwell, WoodlawnMVP — Emily Ward, BentonCoach of the Year — Danielle Butler, HuntingtonSECOND TEAMSh’Tera Batton, MindenDeborah Ford, Fair ParkQua Chambers, BentonJasmine Dawson, HuntingtonShuTorri Rodgers, MindenHonorable Mention: Abbie Wynn – Benton, Kelcee Marshall – Bossier, Chloe Walker – Bossier, My’Kalah Johnson – Huntington, Destini Powell – Minden, Derrica Gilbert – Minden, Sha Whiting – Minden, Whiteny Aubrey – Minden, Taylor Banks – Minden, Bayli Simon – North DeSoto, Alli Hooper – North DeSoto, Britlyn Garrett – North DeSoto, Njhada McDade – Northwood, Neicy Kendrick – Woodlawn— Staff ReportsTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Friday night at Glenn Warner Soccer Facility, the Navy Midshipmen were on the good side of a hat trick. But on a cold, misty Sunday afternoon, no one could have predicted a hat trick by their opponent would cost Navy the 2017 Patriot League Women’s Soccer Championship.But, unfortunately, it did.#2 seed Bucknell Bison Senior F Kendall Ham scored a hat trick in the first 22 minutes of the game and that was all the Bison needed, as they held on to defeat the Midshipmen, 3-2 and capture the championship and the automatic bid into the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament.Navy must now hope that it built a strong resume over the season to claim an at-large bid. For the Midshipmen, it was the first they suffer a loss since a 7-0 loss on September 3rd to Stanford.Coming into today’s game, it seemed like all signs were pointing to a Navy title. But Ham had a date with destiny on this day, as just 88 seconds into the game, her header (with an assist from Bison Senior D Karli Cirovski) went past 2017 Patriot League Goalkeeper Of The Year, Navy Sophomore GK Sydney Fortson and Bucknell went ahead 1-0.Just 11 minutes later, in the 12th minute (11:56 mark), Ham’s shot from 20 yards out again went past Fortson and the lead was stretched to 2-0.Ham’s hat trick was completed just 10 minutes later, in the 22nd minute (21:05 mark), when her header from inside the six-yard box (another assist from Cirovski) gave Ham the very first Bucknell hat trick in the league tournament and commanding 3-0 lead.One thing that any opponent of Navy could say was that the Midshipmen had plenty of time to get back in the match.That’s just what happened just seven minutes later, during the 28th minute (27:14 mark) when Midshipmen Senior F Claire Macadam found the upper right part of the goal and Navy cut the lead down to 3-1, where the score would stay for the rest of the first half.Coming out strong in the second half, Navy missed on their first two scoring attempts within the first five minutes. It was in the 65th minute (64:05 mark), when Junior F Ash Farrow’s (assist from Sophomore D Alex Jackson) 25-yard shot landed in the lower-right part of the net and Navy now behind by only one goal, at 3-2.The last good Navy scoring opportunity was in the 85th minute (84:23 mark) when Macadam’s shot went wide of net. Bucknell was able to keep Navy from any more scoring chances s they ran out the last five minutes of the clock and secure the championship.Navy did out-shoot Bucknell, 17-11, but the Bison held the edge with shots on goal, by a 6-4 margain. Let’s hope the Navy season gets extended into the tournament.Please follow and like us:
PSC Golf from Mulligans LakesideTuesday, April 10, The Emerald – StablefordTuesday was a visit to The Emerald, on a hot and humid day, finally broken with a storm a couple of holes before completing the round. Everyone kept on going through the rain, although I was surprised how quickly surface water gathered on the 18th fairway. Scores were reasonable, if not as spectacular as last week, with Terry Phur (18) recording 38 points, while Mam (26) played well for 36 points to get second spot. Terry also made a nice shot on 15 to get the NTP while Jeff got 2, no birdies 2s though for these guys.Thursday, April 12, Mountain Shadow – StablefordMountain Shadow was the venue for Thursday’s game, again hot, but with a good breeze blowing at times, making things interesting for all participants.Clive Hoseason (25) continued his recent good form, getting the chocolates today after signing for 37 points, just edging Jeff Wylie (5) who came home in an ambulance for 36 points. NTPs were spread around with Clive & Jonathan getting 1 each, while Jing-Jo got 2.Terry Phur & Jeff Wylie.There will be no report from ML next week as we have a week off to avoid the travel & associated chaos which comes with Songkran.Note: Mulligans Lakeside plays golf generally on Tuesday & Thursday, with ML hosting prompt presentations on both days. Call 0890941841 for scheduling or enquiries. Hope to see you there, cheers & good golfing!
By Rebecca Skilton It was a packed Tonimbuk Equestrian Centre over the weekend with the Tonimbuk International Horse Trials attracting…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
On a pleasant day for golf and an excellentlypresented Ballinrobe Golf Club on Thursday last, Connacht Golf staged itstwelfth edition of the its development Championships, Team and Individual forU15 Schoolboys. This is a handicap event played in stableford formatover 18 Holes. The aggregate best two scores from the teams of three boysdetermined the placings in the Team event. Scoring was very good on the day reflecting thetalent that currently exists at this age grouping in Connacht with the leading individualon the day returning 44pts and runner-up and third both returning 43pts.When the scores were counted up the Winner of theCharlie McGoldrick Cup, was Colaiste Einde, Galway who had an aggregate of80pts. This gave them a 3pt winning margin over the defending champions HolyRosary Secondary School, Mountbellew. St. Joseph’s College Garbally,Ballinasloe took third place on 74pts.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
ConnachtIndoor Championships South Galway AC medallists from the Connacht Indoors: ( L to R) Roisin Geaney, Andrew Horan, Michael Leahy, Stephen Mannion, Caoimhe Kelleher.The 2020 Connacht Indoor Track and Field Championships were held in the Athlone IT Arena last weekend over two days, with huge numbers in attendance both days. There was great success for Galway clubs and athletes on both days of competition. At Juvenile level on Saturday, Galwayclubs saw wins via Jack Cahill of Craughwell AC who won the U12 Boys Hurdlesand Grace McGrath of Tuam AC, who won gold in the Girls 600m distance raceLauren Morgan of Craughwell AC was thewinner of the U12 Girls Long Jump, with clubmate Sam Casey claiming gold in theBoys section. At U12 level, Ava Doyle of Craughwell proved strongest in the U12Girls Shot Putt taking the title, while in the Boys section Oran Collinsclaimed gold again for Craughwell In the High Jump Craughwell athlete SamCasey made it a double victory for him on the day taking a second gold, with RebeccaMoynihan of Tuam AC taking gold in the Girls section.Keevagh Barry of Craughwell AC wondouble gold as she sprinted well to win the U13 Girls 60m, while also claimingthe Long Jump gold. In the field at U13 level, Juno Hayes ofGCH won the Shot Putt. In the U13 High Jump, Conor Penny took gold for CraughwellAC, with Emma O’Donovan of Craughwell AC claiming individual gold in the U13Girls High Jump.In the distance events, Clodagh Fallonof Tuam was most impressive in victory in the U13 Girls 600m and Matthew Newellof CRH won the 1k WalkDay one relays saw great excitement withgold for Loughrea AC in the U12 Girls and Galway City Harriers in the U13 Boys equivalent.Craughwell AC did the double as their squads stormed to victory in the U12 Boysand U13 Girls races. Sunday’s action saw the older age group competing from U14 upwards, with further Galway success across the packed event programme. Darragh Fahy of Loughrea impressed winning double gold in the Boys 60m Hurdles and Long Jump at U14 level, as did Craughwell’s Ella Farrelly as she won the 60m Hurdles, and Long Jump. On the track in the U14 events, Orlaith Mannion of South Galway AC won gold in the U14 Girls 60m while Ronan Duggan of GCH won the Boys sprint title. In the field, Darragh Kelly took High Jump gold for Craughwell, and Cian Rafferty of Tuam AC won the Shot Putt. Oisin Phelan leaped to Long Jump gold for Tuam in the U14 Boys event. South Galway AC girls team won Relay gold, and GCH took the Boys crownAt U15 level, sprinter Aoibhe Donnellanof Craughwell produced a great performance to take gold in the 60m in the Girlssection. Nicole Duffy of Clare River Harriers won the U15Girls Hurdles title bya clear margin, with Evan Moran of GCH claiming gold in the Boys hurdles. Inthe U15 Relays, GCH won the Boys gold with Craughwell AC winning the Girls race.In the U15 Walk Sinead Maher of Craughwell AC took gold.At U16 level Mathieu Madden of GCH wasoutstanding, claiming triple gold, winning the 60m Sprint title, the 60mHurdles, and High Jump. Stephen Mannion of South Galway AC was another whoseperformances stood out winning 200m gold, and Long Jump individually, as wellas helping his South Galway team to a dramatic win in the 4x200m relay by thenarrowest of margins. Liam Shaw’s U16 Shot Putt victory forAthenry was one of the highlights of the day as he set a championship best,throwing 15.41 metres.In the U16 Girls events, Caoimhe Farrellof Loughrea AC won the Sprint hurdles, while Kelsey Wall of GCH took 200m gold.Over the distance events at U16 level, Fauve Aylmer of GCH ran well in claimingthe 800m gold medal. GCH won the U16 Girls Relay. In the jumps, Jade Moorheadof Craughwell AC took the honours in the U16 Girls High Jump. At U17 level, Conor Hoade of Galway CityHarriers was another impressive performer on the day, winning triple gold,claiming both the 60m sprint and Hurdles and later the 200m title. WilliamMcDonnell of GCH continued his good form winning U17 1500m gold. Roisin Geaneyof South Galway AC was victorious in the Girls 800m. In the field, SaoirsePierce of Craughwell AC won the High Jump title, and Jack Hession of Tuam ACwon the Boys Long Jump gold medal. Galway clubs won two golds in the Shot Putt viaOisin Keane in the Boys for GCH and Ella Rafferty of Tuam AC in the Girls.Aoife Waldron of GCH was victorious in the U17 Girls Pole Vault. Finally, GCHwon both Relay titles in the Boys and Girls events an indication of theirstrength in depth at this levelIn the U18 events, the hugely talented AndrewEgan of GCH won double gold in the Boys 60m and 200m events, Paschal Walsh ofGCH won the 400m title, with GCH winning the Boys relay title also. Conor Trehy of GCH was a triple winner,as he ran a cracking 60m Hurdles to take U18 gold, and claimed the Long Jumpand Triple Jump titles as well. Eimear Rowe of GCH took gold in the U18 Girls400m and later 200m silver. Meanwhile in the field events, Ellie Cronin ofCraughwell AC won the High Jump title, while Aoibhin Farrell of Loughrea AC wonthe Girls Triple Jump Robert McDonnell of GCH showed his classin winning the U19 Boys 400m in sub 50 seconds. Richard Kmasen of GCH wasanother athlete who had a brilliant day winning the 60m and 200m on the track,and made it three golds in the Triple Jump. GCH’s Eoghan Jennings won doublegold, taking the Hurdles and winning the Long Jump as well. Seren O’Toole ofGCH won gold in the Girls U19 400m race, while Ciara Maguire of Tuam AC won theGirls Hurdles. GCH won U19 Relay gold in the Boys and Girls eventsKyle Moorhead of Craughwell AC impressedwinning the U19 Boys 1500mAt Senior level in the sprints, DarrenCostello of GCH won the senior 60m sprint with Cormac Kearney of Craughwellwinning the Masters 60m. Costello later added the Senior 200m title in adominant display of sprinting.The Ladies 800m race was exciting as SineadGaffney of Craughwell just held off Kathryn Casserly of GCH, to take 800mvictory. In the Men’s 800m, Paul Joyce of Craughwell set a blistering pace towin Connacht gold in 1.56 Paul Joyce Craughwell AC Connacht Senior 800m champion Over 1500m Luke Evans of Craughwell ACwon the Senior Men’s race in 4.21.Craughwell’s Arlene Earls impressedtaking the Senior Women’s 400m title in 63.30; Owen Scully took Connacht goldfor GCH in the Men’s 400m In the Field events, Craughwell athleteLaura Cunningham took the Senior Women’s Long Jump title in a season’s best of5.04m, while Brendan Lynch of Loughrea claimed gold in the Senior Men’s eventMary Barrett of Loughrea AC took gold inthe Senior Ladies High Jump as well as victory in the Shot Putt at Masters Level.In the throws, Brendan Staunton of GCHwon the Senior Men’s Shot Putt, with Sinead Keon of Loughrea AC winning theLadies gold medal Maree8km Top 3 Ladies at Maree 8km L to R Sinead Kelly third, Tara Whyte winner, and Edel Kelly second (Pic credit: John O Connor) Kevin Mooney of Craughwell AC and TaraWhyte of Galway City Harriers were the winners at the annual Maree 8km heldSunday last. Mooney clocked 25.33 for a clear win over second Mick Fogarty andthird Arkadiusz Skupin. Tara Whyte ran 33.06 for victoryin the Ladies section ahead of Edel Kelly of Athenry AC second and third homewas GCHs Sinead Kelly.FixturesNationalIndoor Senior Championships The Irish Life Health National IndoorSenior Championships take place next weekend over two days February 29th andMarch 1st in the National Indoor Arena in Dublin, and many of Galway’s toptrack and field athletes will travel in search of silverware, such as SeanBreathnach of GCH in the Shot Putt, and GCH sprinters Cillin Greene and NicoleWalsh who will go over 400m.Gort5kmThe Gort 5km race takes place on Sunday1st March next, organised by South Galway AC.The race will start at 1.30pm and raceentrants are asked to assemble outside Gort Community Centre at 1.20pm prior tobeing walked to the start line by race Marshalls.Registration will open at 11.30am inGort Community centre where pre-registered entrants can collect their race packs.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Countdown to Katy: The countdown in on for the 2014 Southland Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament March 12-16 at the Leonard E. Merrell Center in Katy, Texas. This will be the seventh consecutive year for the tournament to be held in Katy. This year’s women’s tournament will begin on Thursday, March 13 with first-round action beginning at 11 a.m. The second round will follow on Friday, March 14. All four games in the first two rounds will be streamed live for free on the Southland Conference Digital Network. The semifinals, which will be shown on ESPN3, will take place on Saturday, March 15 and the championship will be played Sunday, March 16 with a 12 p.m. tipoff and will be televised on CBS Sports Network. The 2014 tournament will be the 15th in league history to be played at a neutral site. The tournament was played in Shreveport, La., from 1995-2001 and was held in Houston in 2007 before moving to Katy in 2008. McNeese State’s Allison Baggett Named Player of the Week: Baggett helped McNeese to two road wins last week at Southeastern Louisiana and New Orleans. The sophomore from Iota, La. (Iota H.S.), led the Cowgirls in scoring with 24 points against the Lady Lions and was one of four Cowgirls to notch double figures with 19 against the Privateers. On the week, Baggett averaged 21.5 points on 47.1 percent (16-for-34) shooting from the field, including 54.5 percent (6-for-11) from 3-point range. Baggett also averaged 3.5 rebounds, an assist and a steal in the two wins.Nicholls’ KK Babin Becomes League’s All-Time Minutes Played Leader: Nicholls’ senior guard KK Babin become the league’s all-time leader in minutes played when she eclipsed former Central Arkansas’ Megan Herbert’s mark of 4,143 minutes. Babin reached the milestone in the first half of the Colonels’ win against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Jan. 18. Babin, who leads the league in minutes played this season, averaging 39.0 per game, has ranked in the league’s single season top 10 for minutes played every year she has been at Nicholls. Currently, Babin has played in 4,462 minutes in her career.Colonels’ White Leads League in Scoring: Nicholls sophomore guard Emani White leads the conference with 18.7 points per game. White, who averages 17.8 points per game in league play, also leads the league with 2.4 steals per game, which is 48th in the nation.Lady Lions’ Pool One of Nation’s Most Consistent Shooters: Southeastern Louisiana sophomore forward Nanna Pool sits atop the conference in field goal percentage at 58.8 percent. Pool, who is 120 for 204 shooting in 24 games, also ranks among one of the country’s elite, ranking seventh in the NCAA. Pool averages 12.2 points per game and is third on the Lady Lions’ team in scoring.Pool Leads the League in Rebounding: Southeastern Louisiana’s Nanna Pool pulls down 10.4 rebounds per game to lead the league. The sophomore forward is also one of four conference players to average 10 or more rebounds in league games with 11.8, which is also a league high. Pool is ahead of Sam Houston State’s Angela Beadle (10.0), Central Arkansas’ Courtney Duever (10.2) and Abilene Christian’s Suzzy Dimba. Pool ranks 30th in the NCAA with her 10.4 rebounds per game while Beadle, who averages 10.3 rebounds per game, ranks 31st in the nation.Defense Wins Games: Central Arkansas is proving that defense wins games as the Sugars Bears have not only the stingiest defenses in the conference but also one of the toughest in the country. The Sugar Bears, who sit in first place with a 10-3 league mark, only allow 56.3 per game, which ranks 162th in the nation. In league play, UCA holds conference opponents to a league-best 54.0 points per contest. UCA has held eight opponents to 50 points or less this season. Weekend Games Ahead: There are six games on the scheduled for Saturday, including five conference games. Those games are all against travel partners with McNeese State visiting Nicholls, Oral Roberts visiting Central Arkansas, Northwestern State at Stephen F. Austin, Sam Houston State at Lamar and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Houston Baptist. UIW will step out of conference to host New Jersey Institute of Technology. Tickets On Sale for Katy: All-session tickets for the 2014 Southland Conference Basketball Tournament, which will be held March 12-16 at the Leonard E. Merrell Center in Katy, Texas, are now on sale. Reserved all-tournament booklets are available for $75, while general admission all-tournament booklets are available for $60 at all Ticketmaster Outlets, Ticketmaster.com and all Southland Conference member institutions. Tickets for each session of the tournament go on sale March 10. Women’s Basketball Weekly Release (PDF)News & NotesNew Orleans, Southeastern Louisiana Lone League Game Thursday: Heading into the final weeks before the conference tournament, the Southland Conference is in the midst of its lightest week of the season with just one conference game on the schedule Thursday. Southeastern Louisiana visits New Orleans. Earlier in the season, the Lady Lions defeated the Privateers 84-55 in Hammond, La., Jan. 30. Southeastern Louisiana is looking to return to Katy after missing last year’s tournament. The Lady Lions are currently in a three-way tie for the final two spots. Southeastern Louisiana is 7-17 overall and 6-6 in the league. Meanwhile, the Privateers are in search of their first Southland win. New Orleans sits at 0-24 overall and 0-13 in conference. Already this week, Abilene Christian improved to 15-11 overall after a non-conference win Tuesday, when it cruised to a 108-56 victory over visiting Arlington Baptist. UIW’s Mora Twins, Nicholls’ Nash Earn Academic All-District Honors: UIW twin sisters senior Ify Mora and junior Kosy Mora were two of only five players selected to the Capital One Academic All-District 7 Women’s basketball Team and Nicholls junior Jenny Nash was one of five players named to the All-District 6 Team by the voting members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). All three players will now appear on the national ballot for Academic All-America honors.
RANKED 1 Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move shining Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Manchester United will be boosted by the premature returns from injury of both Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard, according to reports.The duo were ruled out for ‘two to three weeks’ after sustaining injuries during last week’s Champions League defeat by PSG, with both players not expected to return until March. REVEALED huge blow LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Lingard was withdrawn just before half-time with Martial following after the break However, the Mirror claim the pair will return earlier than expected – and could even be ready to play when Liverpool visit Old Trafford on Sunday.Martial suffered a groin problem while Lingard has been ruled out with a hamstring injury, but the report claims the injuries are not as bad as first feared.If they do return at the end of this week, the pair will have missed just a single match – Monday evening’s FA Cup fifth round clash with Chelsea, which you can listen to LIVE on talkSPORT. Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury BEST OF ADVICE no dice Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ REPLY REVEALED Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade MONEY Martial and Lingard will both be able to face Crystal Palace and Southampton in the week following the clash with north west rivals Liverpool, before United travel to Paris for the return leg of their Champions League round of 16 tie against PSG.The Red Devils must overturn a 2-0 deficit away from home if they are to progress into the competition’s quarter-finals.