Watch: José Mourinho walks away from interviewer who tries to bait him into answering…

first_imgImage Courtesy: Twitter(@GMS__Football)Advertisement 6jx1kNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsbye22Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ew746( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) rWould you ever consider trying this?😱cnnuCan your students do this? 🌚086oRoller skating! Powered by Firework José Mourinho, once the most feared gaffer all around the European continent, is not having the best phase of his managerial career at the moment, and as seen in the FIFA’s The Best awards event, the ‘Chosen One’ is favouring to walk out from unfavourable questions.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Twitter(@GMS__Football)Since being sacked by the Manchester United hierarchy back in December 2018, the Portuguese has not been welcomed by any of the European elites, even though having work experience at Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid.The current pundit for Sky Sports, Mourinho showed he does not facour questions regarding his break from a managerial job, as he takes leave from further questions being thrown at him in the award ceremony.Advertisement Check out the bizarre interview in the video below, courtesy to the official Twitter handle of GiveMeSport.Dreaming about a job as the manager of an imaginary ‘World XI’ team, the 56 year old told that Fabio Capello and Walter Zenga, who were present at the award ceremony, are also potential candidates to manage the said ‘dream team’, as they are also out of job.Soon after, Mourinho’s body language indicated that he was done with the questions, and as the interviewer thanked him for his honesty, he walked off the stage.“You have to stay here with me! Why do you want to go?” the lady presenter’s plea to stop Mourinho failed, and she ended with saying “Okay, you want to go.”Social Media stepped up after the clip went viral, as football fans suggested that the interviewer didn’t do the best of her job on stage, and Mourinho was right to make a prompt exit. Advertisementlast_img read more

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Leafs, Nitehawks post shutouts in Murdoch Division action on opening night of KIJHL

first_imgWow! What a difference a week makes.Andrew Walton turned away 27 shots to power the Nelson Leafs to a 3-0 victory over the defending Kootenay Conference Champion, Castlegar Rebels, in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action Friday night at the Community Complex in the Sunflower City.The win gained the Green and White a little revenge after the Murdoch Division rivals pummeled Nelson by a total score of 14-5 in two exhibition games.The story of the game was the play of Walton, who started last season in Castlegar before being traded to Fernie midway through the campaign.Walton made 12 saves in the first period and 11 in the second before the Leafs took the play to the home side, out shooting Castlegar 11-4 in the third.Patrick Martens led the Nelson attack with a pair of second period goals. Colton Malmsten opened the scoring in the first frame with an assist coming from newly acquired Matti Jmaeff.Jmaeff came to the Leafs earlier this week in a four-team deal that sent former Nelson goalie Darren Hogg to Osoyoos.Grand Forks Border Bruins and Penticton Lakers were also involved in the transaction.Newcomer Connor Beauchamp took the loss in the nets for Castlegar.The two teams play the second half of the home-and-home series tonight at the NDCC Arena in Nelson.Game time is 7 p.m.Hawks rack up 13 as Beaver Valley explodes past Border BruinsThe Beaver Valley Nitehawks scored 10 times, that’s right, 10 times in the final 40 minutes to blast Grand Forks Border Bruins 13-0 in KIJHL opening night action Friday in the Boundary City.Chris Derochie led the attack with six points, including three goals.Craig Martin added a goal and four assists while Ryan Edwards and Scott Davidson each scored twice.Max Flanagan, Justin Niminikin, Mason Spear and Christian Johnson.Zach Perehudoff made 30 saves to register the shutout.Ryan Bryant and Jeremy Mandoli each took turns between the pipes facing the Nitehawk onslaught.The two teams play the second half of the home-and-home series tonight in Fruitvale. Game time is 7:30 [email protected]last_img read more

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Fact sheet could help producers keep specialty crops safe from herbicide drift

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ohio’s corn and soybean growers could soon be spraying a lot more of two powerful herbicides on their fields. That’s why experts from Ohio State University Extension are offering tips on how to keep those herbicides from getting on other crops, especially valuable specialty crops such as grapes.Doug Doohan and Roger Downer, both of the Department of Horticulture and Crop Science, are the authors of “Reducing 2,4-D and Dicamba Drift Risk to Fruits, Vegetables and Landscape Plants,” a new fact sheet that explains how herbicide sprays can drift onto nontarget fields, the special concerns about the herbicides 2,4-D and dicamba, and how to prevent unwanted damage to crops.The fact sheet is also intended, Doohan said, to raise awareness of Ohio’s specialty crops, which include not just grapes but apples, berries, peaches, herbs, hops, pumpkins, tomatoes and nursery-grown trees, to name a few. The grape and wine industry alone, according to recent figures, contributes some $786 million to the state’s economy.“Creating and maintaining a heightened awareness of the specialty crop industry is probably the most important way to reduce the risk of future herbicide damage and the lawsuits that sometimes follow,” Doohan said.2,4-D and dicamba are the cornerstones of two new proposed weed control systems: Dow AgroSciences’ 2,4-D-based Enlist Weed Control System for genetically modified corn and soybeans and Monsanto’s dicamba-based Roundup Ready Xtend Crop System for GM soybeans. Both systems were developed because more and more weeds have grown resistant to glyphosate alone. Glyphosate is the main ingredient in Roundup, for example, which is sprayed to kill weeds in widely grown Roundup Ready GM crops including corn and soybeans.Both new systems are awaiting regulatory approval. But Doohan said both — and 2,4-D and dicamba as part of them — are “likely to be used much more extensively and intensively throughout the Midwest, starting in the near future.” Included, he said, would be most of Ohio’s 4-plus million acres of soybeans.The fact sheet is free at county offices of OSU Extension and go.osu.edu/ReducingDriftRisk.last_img read more

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Emiliano Sala would be proud of Cardiff’s 2-0 win over Bournemouth: Warnock

first_imgCardiff City boss Neil Warnock said that missing striker Emiliano Sala, who is presumed dead following a plane crash, would have been proud of his team following their 2-0 Premier League win over Bournemouth on Saturday.Bobby Reid scored early in each half in a game that turned into a celebration of Sala, the club’s record 15-million-pound ($19.63-million) signing from French Ligue 1 club Nantes, who disappeared along with the pilot of a small plane on Jan. 21.The Argentinian striker and the pilot are believed to have died after crashing into the sea, and a privately-funded search is set to begin on Sunday.The Cardiff players held up a T-shirt bearing the image of the 28-year-old Sala, who never played a game for the club, after Reid rifled home an early penalty to give the relegation-threatened Bluebirds the lead in the fifth minute.”I know he’s not here today, but Emiliano today, he would have been proud of us,” said Warnock, who had struggled to fight back tears as he applauded the crowd on the pitch after the game.Fans were handed daffodils as they entered the Cardiff City Stadium and a minute’s silence was observed, with many holding up coloured cards to form a mosaic in Sala’s honour.The players’ tribute after Reid’s fifth-minute penalty was followed in the 28th minute by a round of applause that swelled around the ground as fans sang Sala’s name.Reid added a second goal 15 seconds after the break to put his side two up and seal three valuable points in their battle to avoid relegation but, despite an outstanding performance, they remain third from bottom on 22 points, two behind Burnley.advertisementBournemouth were a shadow of the side that hammered Chelsea 4-0 in their midweek league clash, and they remain in 10th position in the table on 33 points.Also Read | Gonzalo Higuain scores brace as ruthless Chelsea thrash Huddersfield TownAlso Read | ISL: Marcelinho shines for FC Pune City as Chennaiyin FC’s poor run at home continueslast_img read more

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