CLIVE ALLEN knows Harry Kane is coming close to grabbing his greatest scoring record.The former Tottenham striker will always be remembered for his breathtaking 49-goal campaign in 1986-87.5 Former Tottenham striker Clive Allen has stated it’s only a matter of time before Harry Kane breaks his record goalscoring seasonCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd5Spurs hitman Kane came up just short of that tally two seasons ago when he smashed in 41 goals for his club.But the England skipper already has seven in ten games for the Londoners this term — and Allen knows it might only be a matter of time before Kane takes his place in the Spurs history books.Allen smiled: “I hope not! But, yes, of course he can. He is capable of it and I’ll be the first one to shake his hand, because it would be a phenomenal feat.”Despite Allen’s goal glut that season, Tottenham fell just short on all fronts — third in the league, FA Cup runners-up and League Cup semi-finalists.Fast forward 32 years and Mauricio Pochettino’s team are in danger of being recalled as another side that did not provide the silverware their strike leader’s form deserved.Allen, 58, said: “From the day Harry came into the club he was a natural goalscorer who wanted to develop.“I saw a kid who was going to get the best out of himself.5 England skipper Kane is fourth on the list of Spurs’ all-time top goalscorersCredit: Alamy Live News“He worked out that, if you are going to score over a long period, you have to reinvent yourself all the time, find something different.“With Harry, it’s about looking to find that edge. If he scores one, he wants to get two. You can’t give that to people, it’s something you have to be born with.“When you look at striking records, you see the ones who have that in their make-up. Sergio Aguero is one. Harry has it, too.”After his playing career ended in 1995, former Three Lions forward Allen went on to coach Spurs — and it did not take long for him to lock horns with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.And there was so much bad blood that Allen had to be held back from punching the Frenchman by Tottenham keeper Carlo Cudicini in 2011.He recalled: “At Highbury in 2006 Arsene was furious we didn’t put the ball out of play after Emmanuel Eboue and Gilberto Silva ran into each other in the build-up to Robbie Keane scoring.5 Kane has already banged in seven goals in ten games for the North London club this seasonCredit: Reuters“Thierry Henry equalised for Arsenal and the game finished 1-1 — but that was just the beginning of it.“Chris Hughton and I went and had a chat with Arsene’s backroom staff.“They offered us a glass of wine, when all of a sudden the door slams open and in comes Arsene. ‘I’m not drinking with you,’ he said. ‘You are cheats’.“As I went past Arsene, I looked him in the eye. ‘Don’t call me a cheat,’ I said. ‘I was sitting eight rows back in the dugout. I didn’t cheat.’ ‘You are all cheats,’ he said.“From that point on, all I wanted to do was shake his hand as a winner.“In October 2011, Rafael van der Vaart and Kyle Walker scored as we won 2-1 at White Hart Lane.LATEST 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 summer5“I was wrong to do it but at full-time I jumped up and went straight to see him nose to nose. I stuck out my hand to shake but he just walked past me, because he’d lost.“I chased after him down the tunnel. ‘Come on Arsene,’ I shouted, ‘are you a man or a mouse? Shake my hand.’“He wouldn’t. At that point, I lost it. I was ready to punch him. Just as I went to swing for him, Carlo saved the day. He threw his arm over my shoulder and dragged me away.”Kane and Dunk clash as Brighton star appears to claim Spurs skipper tried to pull his ‘penis off’
Three grade seven girls all aged 14 from Bavaroko Primary school in the Port Moresby Sylvia Olewale, Bridgette Gegeyo and Delilah Sportly were part of the team which took part in the fun filled activities.The girls were excited when interviewed by Loop PNG saying they enjoyed the day out, getting to learn and develop rugby skills though it is a male dominated sport in PNG.Bridgette said, she was more thrilled when they were joined by the PNG Hunters players who taught them the basic rugby league skills.“I really enjoy the third sessions of the day when the Hunters players gave us the motivational talks on their sport lives and careers,”Adding that, they were amazed all throughout the sessions and hope that the program could run every term holidays for a period of three to four days.The girls even phrased Digicel PNG for hosting the event and their teachers for supervising them all throughout the day.Meanwhile, the program will also be also hosted in Lae and Kokopo on Wednesday July 13, respectively.
0Shares0000Yussuf Poulsen (bottom centre) handled the ball to concede a penalty kickSAMARA, Russia, June 21 – Australia drew 1-1 with Denmark in Group C of the World Cup on Thursday, a result that puts the Danes on course for the knockout phase with four points.Christian Eriksen put Denmark ahead after seven minutes in Samara but Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak equalised with a 38th-minute penalty to give the Australians their first point of the tournament. 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
20 Anyone who’s played playground football knows the rules: next goal wins!But imagine if the last goal scored decided the result of Premier League matches – how would it affect the table?It’s completely ridiculous, of course, but just for fun we’ve worked it out.The rule is simple: whichever team scores last takes the three points, with 0-0 draws the only games where a point is shared.Take a look at the slideshow above to see where our team places. 9. Man United would have 41 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: Bastian Schweinsteiger’s equaliser at Leicester in first half stoppage time hands three points to United. Joint 2. Tottenham would have 48 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: 2-1 down, Tottenham battled back to 2-2 at Swansea in September, with Christian Eriksen scoring the final goal of the game. Joint 15. Swansea City would have 30 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: The Swans came from two goals down to equalise against Bournemouth, with Jonjo Shelvey’s equalising penalty enough to take all three points. Joint 5. West Bromwich Albion would have 45 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: James Morrison’s 59th minute strike at home to Chelsea was the last goal in a 3-2 home defeat for the Baggies. 20 20 19. Aston Villa would have 26 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: Rudy Gestede’s 71st minute header narrowed Liverpool’s lead to 3-2, but with no further goals scored Villa get the three points. Joint 10. Leicester City would have 35 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: Jamie Vardy pounced in added time at Southampton, to make it 2-2 and give the points to Leicester. Joint 17. Newcastle United would have 29 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: After conceding five goals to Chelsea, Andros Townsend’s 90th minute finish takes the points for the Magpies. 20 Joint 12. Stoke City would have 33 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: After going 2-0 down at White Hart Lane, Mame Biram Diouf scored the final goal of the match in the 83rd minute to make it 2-2. Joint 2. Arsenal would have 48 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: Kieran Gibbs’ 77th minute goal in the North London derby at the Emirates Stadium made it 1-1 and gave Arsenal three points. Joint 10. Liverpool would have 35 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: Joe Allen made it 3-3 with a last gasp equaliser at home to Arsenal and with no further goals the Reds nabbed three points. 20 20 20 20 20 20 Joint 17. Bournemouth would have 29 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: Matt Richie struck the last goal in a 3-1 home defeat against Stoke; with the Potters unable to respond, Bournemouth took all three points. 20 Joint 2. West Ham would have 48 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: The Hammers came from 2-0 down at Norwich to make it 2-2 thanks to a special Mark Noble strike, taking all three points with no further goals scored in the game. Joint 5. Southampton would have 45 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: Graziano Pelle’s 86th minute goal in the 3-2 home defeat to Man United turned out to be the last goal of the match three points to the Saints! Joint 15. Watford would have 30 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: A 75th minute Troy Deeney penalty at Leicester pulled it back to 2-1 to the Foxes, but the Hornets held on for the last 15 minutes to secure three points. 8. Sunderland would have 42 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: The Black Cats kicked off with three points on the opening day of the season when, despite going 4-1 down, a 71st minute strike from Steven Fletcher was the final goal of the game. 20 20. Norwich City would have 24 points if ‘next/last goal wins’ applied this season – to find out where your team places and which club tops the table, click the arrow above – Key result: Lewis Grabban’s equaliser, after Mesut Ozil’s opener for Arsenal, sealed three points for the Canaries in November under the classic playground ‘next goal wins’ format! 20 20 20 Joint 12. Chelsea would have 33 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: John Terry snatched three points with a goal eight minutes into added time at home to Everton, after the Toffees had made it 3-2 with a 90th minute goal. Joint 5. Everton would have 45 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: A 1-1 draw in the Merseyside derby last October, with Romelu Lukaku equalising to give the Toffees three points. 1. Man City would have 55 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: Yaya Toure’s 82nd minute goal takes three points for City after going 2-0 down at Arsenal 20 20 20 Joint 12. Crystal Palace would have 33 points if ‘last goal wins’ applied this season – Key result: Scott Dann’s 47th minute equaliser at Swansea was enough to take three points for the Eagles. 20 20
The partying never stops in Sister Sara’s Letterkenny, where there are some amazing nights out planned for this Christmas week and the New Year.With a champagne reception and brilliant music, the Sister Sara’s New Year’s Party is going to be unforgettable.The Letterkenny superpub has booked three top-class DJs for your festive nights out, including Keith Fletcher, Dj Marty Temple and Dj Marty. With unrivalled party atmosphere in Sister Sara’s, there is only one place to guarantee a fantastic night. So if it’s chart, old skool classics, party anthems mixed in with all your favourite Christmas music with a splash of country there is one place to go – Sister Sara’s.Your entertainment needs are going to be very well catered for with these four fantastic party nights:Monday 26th – Boxing DayThis will be the night of all nights, Sister Sara’s will have the best party atmosphere guaranteed with their resident DJ Marty.Wednesday 28th – Xmas Jumper Party***Prizes for best jumper***Marty Temple plays all your favourites on The Party jukebox. Thursday 29thBack by popular demand:Old skool club classics with the original and still the best: DJ Keith FletcherSaturday 31st – NYE PARTYThis will be the biggest party in town with Dj Marty***Champagne Reception from 8pm***Come early to avoid disappointment!Check out the Sister Sara’s Facebook page for all the updates: www.facebook.com/sistersarasSister Sara’s is keeping the festive spirit going right into the New Year was last modified: December 25th, 2016 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:CHristmasletterkennyNew Year’s EveSister Sara’s
A Co Donegal community has today started a wild goose chase reviving an ancient tradition and raising funds for charity.The geese will be walked to Carndonagh martVillagers are accompanying more than 50 geese across the Inishowen Peninisula more than 10 miles from Glengad to Carndonagh.The geese are then expected to fetch top prices when they are sold at mart tomorrow. The group left at noon and are expected at the mart in Carndonagh mart around 2pm tomorrow.The geese were all bred specifically to be sold to raise funds for the Coronary and Cancer care charity.The event is also honouring two members of the community, Tommy McCulgan and Angela Grogan, who passed away last January.Both were from the village of Glengad and had been classmates at Culkeeny school. They died within days of eachother – Tommy from cancer and Angela from a heart attack. Spokesperson Sheila Smyth said the entire community has really got behind the project.“John McColgan of Culkeeny Post Office, and some friends came up with the idea of walking geese to Carndonagh Fatstock sale. It’s a throwback to the old days and it hasn’t happened for 70 years.“The entire community have really got behind the fundraising throughout the year and the wild goose chase is the culmination of that,” she said.The group has already raised cash for the charities by placing bets on the first goose egg to hatch while their were in incubations units.The group will rest half-way on their journey tonight and hope to make it to the Carndonagh Fatstock mart for 2pm. The group hope to make a calendar and a DVD of all the fundraising events in time for Christmas.DONEGAL COMMUNITY STARTS ITS REAL LIFE GOOSE CHASE TODAY! was last modified: December 2nd, 2012 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:Carndonagh martgeeseWALK
Fianna Fail councillor Victor Fisher has said he is considering standing as an Independent candidate after claiming he was “shafted” by the party he has served for 45 years.Councillor Victor FisherThe former Mayor of Letterkenny says he is deeply hurt that he was not asked to stand for election by the party in the forthcoming local elections.And the local businessman said he is also outraged that his son David was not chosen to stand after being interviewed by Fianna Fail top brass. A clearly outraged Councillor Fisher said he feels like he has been let down by the party who he has served loyally for decades.He told Donegal Daily “I can tell you one thing – this would not have happened if Bernard McGlinchey was still alive.“I was shafted by Fianna Fail and I don’t care who knows it. I was never asked to stand and I feel hurt by that.“What’s more is that my son David did plan to stand and run for election but he was not given a chance. “Although Fianna Fail held a meeting, the general card-carrying Fianna Fail supporters did not have a chance to select the candidates.“They were handpicked by these people from Dublin who know nothing about what the people in Donegal want.“My son David is a very well-liked young man and my history with Fianna Fail and my loyalty to them should count for something,” he said.The four candidates elected for the Letterkenny area are Ciaran Brogan, John Watson, Liam Blaney and James Pat McDaid.He added that he was genuinely serious that he and also son David are now considering standing as Independent candidates. “My phone has ben hopping now that the word is out that I have resigned from the party.“I am genuinely hurt and genuinely angry. I am deadly serious about standing as an Independent candidate and I have already received a lot of support from people I have spoken to,” he said.FISHER CONSIDERING STANDING AS INDEPENDENT AFTER BEING ‘SHAFTED’ BY FF was last modified: March 21st, 2014 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:county councilfianna failVictor Fisher
Belfast Christmas Markets, City Square.Arena 7 have launched their annual Christmas shopping trip to Belfast, which will take place on Saturday, November 22nd.The hugely popular trip departs Arena7 at 8.30am on Saturday morning with a day packed with shopping, drinks and food.The itinerary for the day is outlined in more detail below. • Depart Arena7 at 8.30pm• Arrive in Benedicts of Belfast Hotel for Breakfast at 10.30am.• Shopping until 4.30pm• Cocktails at Benedicts of Belfast until 5.30pm • Depart Belfast at 5.30pm• Arrive in Arena7 for 4 Course Dinner at 7.30pm• Cost €60ppCall us today on 0749128853 or follow the link http://www.arena7.ie/christmasshoppingIf you’re interested in the brilliant details outlined above out then call us on 0749128853 or email email@example.com JOIN ARENA 7 ON THEIR FANTASTIC ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SHOPPING TRIP TO BELFAST was last modified: November 3rd, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Arena 7BelfastBusinessCHristmasFeaturesnewsshopping
Antonio Brown’s podiatric situation is strange, mysterious, and possibly hilarious.But we all know that’s par for the course with the Raiders.What we don’t know is when Brown will be on the field for the Raiders, and that has the entire NFL buzzing, more than a few hands in the East Bay wringing, and reporters from Pittsburgh taking victory laps for a team they cover.I saw the Instagram post — I know Brown’s foot issue isn’t nothing — but I’m not sure his gross, peeling feet are worth this …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Most of the State received little to no rainfall causing the soils to dry out, according to Cheryl Turner, State Statistician, USDA NASS, Ohio Field Office. There were 6.6 days suitable for fieldwork during the week ending September 22.Topsoil and subsoil moisture rated adequate to surplus both saw a 14 percentage point decrease from the previous week. Some crops were experiencing stress from the dry conditions. Crop conditions declined slightly from the previous week while hay and pasture re-growth had slowed. Warm conditions created more opportunities for fieldwork and crop maturity was accelerating. Producers tilled and worked prevent plant acres. There was also some hay making done last week. Corn and soybean harvest had begun and corn silage harvest continued. Winter wheat planting began and was making headway last week.The full report is available here.