The head of the Argentine Football Association has apologised for the publication of a World Cup manual that included advice on how to woo Russian women.The advice, which has been condemned as sexist, was part of a course entitled ‘Language and Russian Culture – Thinking of the World Cup’ and included the tips, “Be clean, Don’t be negative and Don’t treat women as objects”.“An internal investigation concluded that part of the material was printed in error. It does not reflect the thinking of the Argentine Football Association (AFA), nor its president Claudio Tapia, nor any of its directors,” the association said in a statement.Tapia visited Russia House, a cultural institute, in Buenos Aires on Wednesday to personally apologise for the gaffe.News reports said the information had been presented to players, AFA staff and media earlier this week at a special forum on how to prepare for the World Cup.More than 40,000 Argentines have bought tickets for matches in the tournament that kicks off in Moscow on June 14.Two-time winners of the World Cup, Argentina have been drawn to play Iceland, Nigeria and Croatia.
‘It’s not my shame’: Why Filipino women are calling out sexual misconduct on social media MOST READ In a report from local MMA website Dojo Drifter, the Baguio native and self-taught painter described his amazing piece.“I did that portrayal of war and love, inspired by the ‘Beauty and the Beast’ [movie], as I admire the story and the characters, especially of Emma Watson as Belle,” he told the news outlet. “I think she has that character that even if she’s big star, she’s still humble, and her involvement [in the] UN makes me look up to her. That made me do that painting. Also my self-portrait symbolizes war and culture, because Igorots are known to be warriors,” he added. It took him roughly three weeks to finish the piece, the report said.Banario, whose brothers Honorio and Dario also fight professionally, holds a 4-1 mixed martial arts record.ADVERTISEMENT Griffin, Paul help Clippers hand Suns 10th straight loss Wildlife rescuers asked to turn over animals to DENR Prince Harry: ‘No other option’ but to cut royal ties LATEST STORIES Taal Volcano evacuees warned against going home Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite ‘1917’ takes top honor at the Producers Guild Awards Palace: Crisis over ABC-CBN franchise unlikely The bantamweight fighter, who last fought in the Pacific Extreme Combat (PXC) in 2015, shared a couple of photos on his Instagram account recently, showcasing his painting inspired by the British actress. But instead of the hulking beast as her dance partner, Banario inserted himself in the fray, clad in full Igorot attire. Marcos monument beside Aquino’s stirs Tarlac town ‘Bad Boys for Life’ debuts so good with box office top spot Those interested to buy his art may reach him through his official Facebook page. Khristian Ibarrola /raSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Duterte promises to look for funds to establish rail transport in Cebu Emma Watson captivated the hearts of many as she brought Disney princess Belle to life in the recently released “Beauty and the Beast” live-action film.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSBreak new groundSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnHer undeniable beauty has even smitten Filipino mixed martial artist Harold Banario, who used her as an inspiration in his latest work of art.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
JPCCU welcomes Police sports champs partnership The Jamaica Police Co-operative Credit Union (JPCCU) has signed on as Title Sponsors for the 12th consecutive year of the Police National Sports Championship which is to be held June 2-3 at Stadium East. “Each year the Credit Union looks forward to partnering with the Police Sports Council to host such a monumental event that allows for officers to display their physical ability and be awarded for their outstanding performance,” said Dale Powell, Acting General Manager JPCCU. “For the 45th staging we want to bring the same great spirit as title sponsor and give back to our officers and show them that the Credit Union takes interest in their physical well-being,” he added. “Our relationship with the JCF has been one of significance since the Credit Union’s inception some 62 years ago. We continue to play a vocal role with the JCF and the National Sports Council by extension as their Credit Union.” Sagicor National Champs gets underway today Over 1200 students from all 14 parishes across the island put their athletic talent on show today, as day one of two of the JTA/Sagicor National Athletic Championships starts today at the National Stadium. The children, as young as age six, will be putting out their best efforts in various track and field events as they look to rack up points in hopes of walking away from the Championships as winners. The competition will be fierce as the top contenders from the parishes of St. Andrew, St. Catherine, St. Elizabeth, St. Ann and Portland are looking to cop the title of Parish Champions. St. Andrew will be defending their two year consecutive hold on the trophy. The Championships will be free to the public today with events getting underway at 10 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. On the second and final day of the meet, entrance fee is $200 for adults and $100 for children under 12.
Dear Editor,Some of us are born in this country, we grow and live therein, and have never heard of the Child Care and Protection Agency (CCPA). That is because our parents gave us stability and safety in our homes, and teachers provided support through the school system.I am one such individual, and I remain eternally grateful to my parents and grandparents for exemplifying what stability in family life looks and feels like.However, I recently had cause to interact with this Agency on behalf of a single parent family (father in care of his children) in need of support, and I am in shock to see the level of incapacity at the Agency.Functional literacy is a problem in Guyana; so basic reading, report writing, comprehension, listening and organising skills are in short supply at this Agency. Forget any expectation of common sense, and please don’t even think about such maturity as impartiality, objectivity, truth, fairness and wisdom. Visit any Police station and you find the same problem.If a citizen wants to access intelligence in this society, that citizen is forced to go to the Court System, where they will find professionals with a higher level education and greater capacity for problem-solving.The insight that I gained from my recent interaction with the Guyana Police Force and the Child Care and Protection Agency, which I wish to share with the general public, is the shocking absence and complete disregard and lack of support for the mental health of males in our society.Our agencies are experts at persecuting males; morning, noon and night they know how to do this. They breathe and sleep persecution. Is there one existing agency where men are even heard? They first need to be heard and understood, before they can be supported.This deafness to supporting — rather than persecuting — poor male members of our society is a policy gap that screams across the nation, and it pushes men into a corner to find solace in drowning sorrows.How many men and children in our society deal with verbal and psychological abuse from mothers and female spouses on a daily basis? Yet such women find ready comfort and a sympathetic ear with the gullible authorities. Why is female persecution of slander, lies and threats against men not an issue of concern to any of our agencies? Why are females not given the help that they also need to learn to communicate more effectively?For the creation of a just society, we must engage in systems thinking, do deeper analysis, and provide the mental health support needed by ALL members of our society.Are our agencies aware that people in this country are hungry, with a day-to-day struggle to find food for their children? From their regular, salaried positions and air-conditioned offices (with visitors often left to wait in the sun and rain), are Government officials capable of understanding the support needed by poor families?How do we ease the desperation in society?From my experience with the Child Care and Protection Agency, I have come to realise that there exists a lack of understanding of the living conditions of the poor, and the support being provided to poor families struggling to raise children is way short of inadequate.With a paucity of analytical skills, the right problems will not be solved, because they are not being diagnosed.There are, in this nation, many single-parent families in which men, fathers, are the single-parent struggling to raise their children. Male single-parent families need support as much as families with mothers as the single-parent. The psychological mindset at our agencies, however, is that fathers must work, and mothers must be supported. Mothers can be abusive, drunkards, liars, prostitutes, and guilty of child neglect; frequenting bars with their girl children, who are often prostituted, raped, and made to become mere teenage pregnancy statistics. However, they are mothers, and an agency incapable of proper investigation but is biased against fatherhood cannot act in the interest of fathers and their children.We don’t only celebrate Mother’s Day in this country and around the world; we also observe Father’s Day. As a nation, and part of the Western World now waking up to mental health issues, I urge our agencies and policy makers to remember that men are people too, and that the hard-working, stressed-out fathers are as much in need of support as the destitute mothers.On a recent visit to the Office of the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Social Protection, my attention was drawn to an apparently humble notice inviting members of staff to ‘Emotional Intelligence’ training. My heart skipped a beat as I saw the silver lining. If there is a single policy initiative that can have resounding impact on our mental evolution and our nation’s human development and capacity building efforts, it is the development of our collective emotional awareness.As they say in Trinidad, we can all ‘make nice’; first with ourselves, and then with others.Men and women in Guyana cannot improve their coping strategies for dealing with life’s frustrations without a deeper understanding of their emotions. The lot of the emotionally hijacked – the torrent of emotional abuse, impoverished communication skills, and the murders and suicides – would improve only with knowledge of how to manage the many frustrations of life. As a Rastafarian recently said to me, “We all must learn to bring the ‘I’ over the ‘E’.I wish to encourage our policy makers to roll out a massive Emotional Intelligence Awareness Campaign across the length and breadth of this nation. It must be geared to supporting the needs of ALL in our society.Sincerely,Concerned Citizen
The Ivory Coast forward made the announcement as he received the 2015 Football Writers’ Association Tribute Award at a dinner at London’s Savoy Hotel on Sunday.Drogba returned to Stamford Bridge in pre-season, following spells in China and Turkey with Shanghai and Galatasaray respectively, but there has been no word yet from Chelsea chiefs as to what will happen to the forward when his current contract with the west London club expires.But the 36-year-old made it clear Sunday he wanted to stay at Chelsea, even if he was no longer involved in a playing capacity beyond the end of the current campaign.“When you have achieved so much and won so many trophies like we have done in the past 10 years, that creates something special,” said Drogba, who was powerless to prevent Chelsea losing 4-2 at home to third-tier Bradford City on Saturday in one of the greatest FA Cup upsets of them all.“I hope, and the club makes me believe, I am part of this big family, so we are going to find the best thing for both of us to promote the club in the best way.”Drogba added: “When I left this club (the first time), I was saying that I had done everything I wanted to do, but I think now that I did not do everything, I think there is more to do.“I love this club and would love to be part of this club for the future, with the new players.”– Mourinho praise –Premier League leaders Chelsea have a chance to atone for their Bradford defeat when they face Liverpool at Stamford Bridge in the second leg of their League Cup semi-final on Tuesday, with the tie all square at 1-1.“Everybody was disappointed and of course we are not proud of what happened (against Bradford), but the good thing is in two days we have another game, so we have to focus on this game and try to play better than we did at the weekend,” said Drogba.Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, in his first spell with the Blues, brought Drogba to the club from Marseille in a £24 million ($40.7 million, 30.3 million euros) transfer in 2004.Drogba went on to score 157 goals for Chelsea over an eight-year period and left the club in 2012 shortly after scoring the winning penalty against Bayern Munich in the Champions League final.In a personal tribute to Drogba in the FWA dinner programme, Mourinho wrote: “Throughout my career, I have always refused to say which is my favourite player or the best person, because so many have given soul and blood to play and to fight with me, but if I have to choose one who represents all the good things you want in a player and a man, I think in this moment I would choose Didier.”Portuguese boss Mourinho added: “I can say that he is a phenomenal person.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000LONDON,January 26 -Didier Drogba said Sunday he wanted to remain a member of the Chelsea “family” beyond the end of the current English season.
Spicy’s Gentleman’s Club is near several industrial businesses. Diamond said, if the judge rules in the city’s favor and upholds the new ordinance, his client could theoretically “move next to a church.” Ashworth said Spicy’s could open on Norwalk Boulevard, which has an adult-business zone. He said the Holiday strip club has operated on Norwalk since the mid-1980s. City officials served two cease and desist orders against Spicy’s, which Kwong ignored, forcing Santa Fe Springs to sue, Ashworth added. The next court date on the lawsuit was set for June 29. firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3028 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! But Kwong’s attorney Roger Jon Diamond threw the charge back at city officials, saying the city misled his client. “The issue is not whether \ misrepresented his business, but whether he had to do so to comply with an unconstitutional ordinance,” he said. He questioned whether the city made available enough sites for adult businesses to open. By federal law, cities cannot use zoning laws to unreasonably prohibit adult-oriented businesses from opening within their borders. In December, City Council members approved an ordinance that eliminated distance setback requirements aimed at keeping adult businesses from opening within 500 feet of any churches. Recent court rulings have struck down those distance requirements. The new ordinance opened up 600,000 square feet within the city in which adult-oriented businesses can open, the city’s legal counsel has said. SANTA FE SPRINGS – As a Los Angeles Superior Court judge postponed a hearing this week on the city’s lawsuit against a strip club, city officials continued to insist the business is out of compliance with zoning laws. Paul Ashworth, Santa Fe Springs’ assistant director of planning and development, said the owner of Spicy’s Gentleman’s Club on Slauson Avenue could have picked from among 12 locations in the city where adult businesses are permitted. “The owner is in defiance of our zoning laws by operating an adult oriented business in the zone it is located,” he said, adding that owner Edwin Kwong misled the city last year when he requested a business license and characterized his establishment as a restaurant with “live entertainment.” “He failed to mention the live entertainment would be totally nude dancers,” Ashworth said. “He is operating his business in defiance of the city’s ordinance.”
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: John Jackson greets a Christmas that he wasn’t sure he’d see– Bruce Redack, Palmdale Make up your mind Re: “Two wars, yet two hopes for peace” (Their Opinions, Dec. 25): Rich Lowry quotes a Dec. 23, 1944, prayer: “Sir, this is (Gen. George) Patton talking. … You have just got to make up your mind whose side you’re on.” The next day I was crossing the English Channel with the 66th Black Panther Infantry Division when one of our ships was hit by a German torpedo and more than 800 lives were lost. I landed in Cherbourg on Christmas Day expecting to get into the Battle of the Bulge, but luckily for our division that did not happen. Unfortunately, there were approximately 80,000 casualties in that one battle among troops who were not as lucky. We are now in the most important war in our history, a war against an evil enemy whose goal is to kill all “infidels.” The time has arrived when the media, politicians and the rest of us must decide whose side we are on. – Bill Zelenka, Granada Hills The harsh stench Re: “Just a myth” (Your Opinions, Dec. 25): Smokers should speak only for themselves when doubting that anyone could detect cigarette smoke a block away. Neither my husband nor I ever was a smoker, and so we still have a highly developed sense of smell and a gag reflex. The harsh stench of cigarette smoke is second only to the odor of a cat’s dirty litter box in its ability to creep under a closed door, travel through hotel duct work into a nonsmoking room, or saturate cloth fibers of drapes or furniture. – Jennifer Rabuchin, Burbank Vote on it Re “Mayor charts LAUSD course” (Dec. 23): The Los Angeles Unified School District needs to continue to move forward to increase student achievement – and probably at a faster pace. I believe that the LAUSD community – not the California Legislature, governor or other state officials – should vote whether or not Mayor Villaraigosa should participate in controlling part of the district. If the voters say yes, then the district voters have spoken. We are all for increasing student achievement. – Jane Krause, Retired LAUSD teacher, Tujunga Isn’t that sweet? Now Sacramento is importing a foreign crook that will do “business” in California. This is Lottomatica, the Italian company cited in Italy for antitrust violation, and Lottomatica bought the U.S.-based GTECH. Our lawmakers didn’t know about the Italian takeover. Lottery Director Joan Borucki and other lottery officials are mum about the Italian takeover. And now – after the fact – a lawmaker wants to introduce changes in the state’s gaming system? Is anyone awake in Sacramento? – Dante F. Rochetti, West Hills A joke, right? I read the movie reviews by your two resident critics, Bob Strauss and Glenn Whipp, and it never fails to amaze me that these two “critics” find a way to love the films I hate and to hate the films I love. The coup de grace was in the Dec. 23 edition. Whipp reviewed a 40-year-old French film by Jean-Luc Godard playing at one theater. He gave it three stars, which indicates to me that it is a good film worth seeing. But, according to Whipp, the film has a “complete lack of narrative focus,” and the main character with the most dialogue is not the prostitute on screen, but Godard himself as a narrator “who whispers Marxist musings ad nauseum throughout the movie.” Is this a joke or what? This final review has convinced me that the Daily News film critics are a total waste of time. – Gary Fullerton, Santa Clarita160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Mayor’s loss Re “Mayor charts LAUSD course” (Dec. 23): Again the mayor is at it for control. It seems that every day he is trying to have his hand on everything – taking over the school district and traveling to foreign lands on our money. Every day on the news, he is there in front of the cameras doing unnecessary things. I never saw James Hahn, Richard Riordan or especially Tom Bradley work in this manner as mayor. It would be better if Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa just stayed in his office and did the mayor’s job for the city – or better yet if he got out and repaired the ruts and holes in the streets as he said he would do.
deals Frank Lampard’s Chelsea career JIBE REVEALED Lampard won 11 major trophies as a Chelsea player – and he’ll hope to continue their tradition of winning as manager LATEST targets Over to you, boss! #WelcomeHomeFrank pic.twitter.com/vPGpCUSsMX— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) July 4, 2019“Everyone knows my love for this club and the history we have shared, however, my sole focus is on the job in hand and preparing for the season ahead. I am here to work hard, bring further success to the club and I cannot wait to get started.” He leaves Derby with 24 wins from 57 matches, for a win ratio of 42.1 per cent.Lampard arrives at Chelsea with the club in the midst of a two-window transfer ban and having just sold star player Eden Hazard to Real Madrid.He said: “I am immensely proud to be returning to Chelsea as head coach. Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Didier Drogba gives his view on Frank Lampard and John Terry as managers Tottenham issue immediate ban to supporter who threw cup at Kepa Marina Granovskaia added: “It gives us great pleasure to welcome Frank back to Chelsea as head coach.“Frank possesses fantastic knowledge and understanding of the club and last season, he demonstrated he is one of the most talented young coaches in the game.“After 13 years with us as a player, where he became a club legend and our record goalscorer, we believe this is the perfect time for him to return and are delighted he has done so. We will do everything we can to ensure he has all the support required to be a huge success.” Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:02Loaded: 15.79%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:02 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreen Frank Lampard has been appointed Chelsea’s new manager, the Premier League club have confirmed.The Blues legend takes his place in the Stamford Bridge dugout as successor to Maurizio Sarri, who left Chelsea earlier this month to become Juventus head coach after just a single season in west London.Lampard, who played 648 times for Chelsea across a wildly successful 13 year spell, has put pen to paper on a three-year deal with the Blues after they were granted permission by Derby to open official talks with their former midfielder. punished LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS 1 HE’S HOME! 🙌 Frank Lampard is the new Chelsea head coach! #WelcomeHomeFrank— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) July 4, 2019He leaves Derby after guiding them to the Championship play-off final in his first ever season in football management.Lampard worked with Chelsea’s underage sides while studying for his coaching badges, and was offered the opportunity of a second-tier job for his debut position.The Rams ended up losing the play-off final as Aston Villa secured a return to the Premier League instead, though Lampard’s work at Pride Park was lauded as he had Derby playing an entertaining brand of football that got them to within one win of the top flight. TROPHY Liverpool update ‘Champions Wall’ after ending 2019 as European and world champions Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January Former Crystal Palace and West Brom manager Pardew takes over at Dutch strugglers Solskjaer gives Pogba fitness update and calls him world’s best all-round midfielder latest getty New job The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star boost Total seasons: 13Appearances: 648Starts: 593First match: Chelsea 1-1 Newcastle (August 19, 2001)Final match: Chelsea 0-0 Norwich (May 4, 2014)Goals: 211First goal: Chelseal 3-0 Levski Sofia (September 20, 2001)Final goal: Chelsea 3-0 Stoke City (May 4, 2014)Honours: Premier League (x3), FA Cup (x4), EFL Cup (x2), Community Shield (x2), UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League Lampard has officially returned to Chelsea, becoming their new manager. talkSPORT.com take a look back at his career as a Blues player… Lampard appears to aim dig at Mourinho for handling of Salah and De Bruyne at Chelsea Lampard is joined in the Stamford Bridge dugout by another former Chelsea midfielder, Jody Morris, who was his assistant at Derby. Fitness coach Chris Jones also links up with the Blues, Derby confirmed in a statement.Eddie Newton, who was Roberto Di Matteo’s assistant when Chelsea won the Champions League in 2012, will be promoted to Lampard’s coaching staff having been in charge of the club’s loan players, while Claude Makelele is expected to succeed Newton in this role alongside recently appointed technical adviser Petr Cech.
Jackson graduated from Little York High School, Class of 1941He was a member of the Little York Christian Church serving as Elder for 54 years & treasurer for 27 years and sang in the Little York male quartet for 40 years; Masonic Lodge & O.E.S. #512 of Little York; Scottish Rite of Indianapolis;PARENTS: Cecil Jackson & Flora Gardner JacksonMARRIAGE: Aileen Nelson JacksonDecember 20 1941SURVIVORS: Son: David Jackson (Deb), Little York IN; Daughters: Marcia Bush (Melvin), Little York IN; Brenda Asher (Wally), Little York IN; Rita Martin (Larry), Little York IN; Son-in-law: Linnie Gates, Little York IN; 6 grandchildren; Mark Bush, Mike Jackson, Teresa Allen, Ryan Bundy, Rachel Martin, Miranda Martin; 8 great grandchildren; Brock Bush, Olivia Bush, Kia Lloyd, Logan Jackson, Eva Bundy, Bronson Allen, Adi Allen, Arianna MartinHe was preceded in death: his parents; his wife; daughters Jane Ann Jackson & Lois Gates;granddaughter Marla Bush; sister Ruth Mosley; twin brother Lynn Jackson & brother Harry Jackson;VISITATION: 4 PM – 8 PM Tuesday and from 10 AM – 11 AM Wednesday November 25 2015 at the Little York Christian ChurchSERVICE: 11 AM Wednesday November 25 2015Little York Christian Church, Little York INBURIAL: Little York CemeteryOFFICIATING: Jeremy StevensMEMORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS: Little York Christian Church or Little York Cemeteryc/o Stewart & Hoagland Funeral Home, 80 N 1st St., Scottsburg IN 47170 Lee M Jackson, 92, Little York passed away on November 22 in Scottsburg, IN.He was born September 27 1923, Little York IN to Cecil Jackson & Flora Gardner JacksonHe married Aileen Nelson Jackson on December 20 1941.He was a retired farmer; former Washington County Commissioner for 12 years; former Washington County Road Superintendent for 2 years; former Secretary & Clerk-Treasurer of the town of Little York; treasurer of Elk Creek Water Shed; board member of Little York Cemetery; former bus driver for Salem Community Schools for 25 years; former treasurer of Washington County Cattlemen Association; Gibson Twp Voluntary Fire Dept.