Taylor vs Gutierrez: Terri Harper stops Katharina Thanderz in ninth round to retain WBC super-featherweight belt | Boxing News

first_imgTerri Harper retains her WBC super-featherweight belt with a ninth round stoppage victory over Katharina Thanderz at The SSE Arena, Wembley. By Richard DamerellLast Updated: 14/11/20 10:50pm Harper forced Thanderz onto the back foot in the early rounds Terri Harper halted Katharina Thanderz in the ninth round – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Harper forced Thanderz onto the back foot in the early rounds Harper forced Thanderz onto the back foot in the early rounds

Ray Clemence: Jurgen Klopp pays tribute after former Liverpool and England ‘keeper dies aged 72 | Football News

first_imgHis former Spurs team-mate Ossie Ardiles tweeted: “So, so sad to heard the news of Raymondo passing away. He was a great goalkeeper, wonderful companion, friend.“He battled this illness right until the very end. We will miss you. Rest in peace my friend.“My family and my thoughts and prayers go out to Vee, her family and friends.”Clemence later moved into coaching and spent 17 years as part of the backroom staff with the England team – whose players wore black armbands to commemorate him during their Nations League game in Belgium on Sunday night.Former England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson said: “I’m really sorry for him and his family. As a player, he was one of the best ever. Clemence played in three European Cup finals for LiverpoolImage:Clemence won three European Cups with Liverpool Clemence, seen here on international duty in 1972, made 61 appearances for England Jurgen Klopp has hailed Ray Clemence as an “extraordinary player and a wonderful person” after the Liverpool legend died on Sunday, aged 72.Clemence – who was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2005 and also received treatment for a brain tumour – made 665 appearances during a 14-year career with the club.- Advertisement – “They say it better than I ever could; that Ray Clemence is one of the reasons our club is such a special one all these years later. He was one of the foundation stones that so much of this club’s success was built on.“Our feeling in this moment is of course overwhelmingly sadness, but it is also appreciation. Our fans will remember with fondness an extraordinary player and a wonderful person who contributed so much to Liverpool Football Club.“He and his loved ones are in our thoughts and prayers. You’ll Never Walk Alone.”- Advertisement – Sir Kenny Dalglish also paid tribute, tweeting: “Clem was a fantastic team-mate and great to be around.“I will never forget how he helped me to settle in at Anfield. Our thoughts are with the Clemence family. RIP Clem.” – Advertisement – He signed as an 18-year-old for £18,000 from Scunthorpe in 1967 and went on to win five First Division titles, three European Cups, two UEFA Cups, the European Super Cup, the FA Cup and the League Cup.Klopp said: “This is an extremely sad moment for everyone associated with Liverpool FC and we, as the current team and management, send all our love to the family.“We should never forget it is great players who make great teams and clubs. You only need to listen to the legends of LFC from his era to understand his significance. Sven-Goran Eriksson leads the tributes to former England goalkeeper Ray Clemence, who has died at the age of 72 Alan Kennedy has paid tribute to his former Liverpool team-mate Ray Clemence, who has died at the age of 72 Manager of England Sven Goran Eriksson discusses tactics with goalkeeping coach Ray Clemence (R) as assistant Steve McClaren takes notes during the FIFA World Cup Germany 2006 Round of 16 match between England and Ecuador played at the Gottlieb-Daimler Stadium on June 25, 2006 in Stuttgart, Germany. Clemence played 240 times for Tottenham. Credit: David Cannon/Allsport
Image:Clemence played over 300 times for Tottenham (credit: David Cannon/Allsport) – Advertisement – 1:52 Ian Rush added: “RIP Ray Clemence. It was an honour to know you and to get the chance to play with you.”As well as establishing himself as arguably Liverpool’s greatest ever goalkeeper, Clemence also enjoyed a long international career, winning 61 England caps over 11 years.However, he surely would have won many more were he not competing with Peter Shilton – who won a record 125 caps – for the No 1 shirt.Speaking to Sky News, Shilton said: “I always looked upon Ray as a real friend, and we were real rivals as well for 10 years altogether.“Ray’s been battling for quite a few years with his illness and I texted him when he was in hospital and he said, ‘I’m struggling a bit, Shilts’.“I said, ‘there’s an awful lot of people who want you to get better Ray,’ and he sent a thumbs up. He was a definite fighter but it’s a definite loss to the game.“The thing about Ray, he always kept his feet on the floor, he was a good lad, and really liked by everybody.“We always had a good laugh, and that was the thing about Ray, he had a good personality, a great character.“I started quite a while before as a professional and Ray came in a bit later. He had natural ability, reflexes, agility.“He’s up there will the best goalkeepers of all time.”Clemence left Liverpool to join Tottenham in 1981, going on to win another FA Cup and UEFA Cup before retiring in 1988 after suffering an Achilles injury. 1:00 “To work with him was fantastic. I was very keen to keep him as long as I was manager of England. He was positive, he was happy, he had good humour.“He was very skilful too as a goalkeeping coach. When I started the job, I asked him who was the best goalkeeper, and he chose sometimes. I trusted him 110 per cent.“He was a great man to me, not only on a professional level, but also a great man personally and we became close friends.”Fabio Capello also shared his memories of Clemence, saying: “Ray was a fantastic person and a good friend. He was a very important member of the England coaching staff, liked and respected by everyone.“When I first arrived in England, I remembered Ray as a brilliant goalkeeper with Liverpool, Tottenham and the national team. He was also an excellent goalkeeper coach.“A gentleman who had a great sense of humour. We often played golf together with Sir Trevor Brooking, which I always enjoyed.“I really appreciated his knowledge and loyal support while I was the England manager. He will be greatly missed. I would like to send my deepest condolences to all of Ray’s family.”last_img read more

Novak Djokovic has mixed emotions about ending 2020 as world No 1 | Tennis News

first_imgNovak Djokovic equalled the feat of Pete Sampras by ending the year as No 1 for a sixth time Novak Djokovic says he feels for many people in the world due to the coronavirus pandemic as he begins his quest for a record-equalling sixth ATP Finals title when he takes on Argentina’s Diego Schwartzman in the Tokyo Group Last Updated: 16/11/20 11:13am Novak Djokovic has mixed feelings about ending a “strange year” as the world No 1 for a sixth time after the season was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.Djokovic won a record-extending eighth Australian Open as well as a record 36th Masters title in Rome, winning four titles in all en route to the year-ending No 1 ranking.The 33-year-old has a 39-3 record in a season that saw numerous tournaments suspended or cancelled between March and August due to the coronavirus outbreak.- Advertisement – Don’t forget to follow us on skysports.com/tennis, our Twitter account @skysportstennis & Sky Sports – on the go! Available to download now on – iPhone & iPad and Android “Obviously, I’m super proud of it, but I have mixed emotions because of what’s going on in the world,” Djokovic told the ATP Tour website.“I can’t be ignorant to that, although I have achieved one of the biggest goals in sport. I feel for many people in the world going through hardship and my heart goes out to them.”- Advertisement – Novak Djokovic equalled the feat of Pete Sampras by ending the year as No 1 for a sixth time
Novak Djokovic equalled the feat of Pete Sampras by ending the year as No 1 for a sixth time

HTP Korcula launched a campaign: Korcula -The island made of dreams

first_imgIn this campaign, destination promotion is imperative, Lopatny points out, adding as a special emphasis on experiences, all the experience we bring home with us from vacation. Also, communication should be adjusted according to the current situation using slogans such as do not cancel the trip but postpone it. As always, storytelling plays a major role, and it is necessary to tell and interest future guests through the story. What’s important to point out is that it’s not just one video, but a rounded campaign. In the first phase, it is planned to be held for a month via social networks and is intended primarily for regional guests. “The campaign is elaborated in such a way that on Mondays posts are published related to historical facts and the rich cultural heritage of the island of Korčula entitled: Dreams made of medieval heritage. On Wednesday, the natural beauties of the island will be presented under the name: Dreams made of turquoise sea / Dreams made of sunlit beaches. On Friday, it is planned to publish information on gastro and sports activities with the title of the publication Dreams made of unique experience / Dreams made of joy and leisure. Through Instagram stories, efforts will be made to encourage guests to post materials related to the island of Korcula near KorculaTheIslandMadeOfDreams”Concludes Lopatny. Thus, HTP Korčula dd emphasizes the dreaming phase through the main communication, presented through a new campaign: orKorčula – The island made of dreams˝ “The aim of the campaign is to focus on promoting the destination and its authenticity in these challenging times when we are unable to travel, and thus stay in touch with current visitors, as well as attract new visitors to dream with us, and then visit the island of Korcula – when this will be possible due to the COVID-19 epidemic”Points out Maja Lena Lopatny from HTP Korčula dd The main narrative of communication is dreams and daydreaming Through the campaign, visitors are invited to dream about the beauties of the island of Korcula – which are presented in the campaign, as well as the message that we hope that soon we will all be able to realize those dreams, with #StayHome, #DreamNow, #TravelLater uniting in # KorculaTheIslandMadeOfDreams. As I have repeatedly pointed out, it is necessary to communicate in this crisis situation as well. At the moment, of course, you should not do the classic sale of accommodation, but communicate to guests that you are still there and give them motives for future travel in the context of the dreaming and planning phase. After last year’s investment in the first phase of the PORT 9 Resort beach, which amounted to more than two million kuna, the works of the second phase have just been completed and guests of HTP Korcula will be able to enjoy 1000 m2 of promenade, special horticultural landscaping, ambient lighting. lounge area and new attire of the traditional tavern and modern beach bar, which are located on the beach.last_img read more

Nautical tourism requires the provision of navigation to all vessels and guests

first_img“The line ministry recognized nautical as the first activity that could restart tourism activities. Therefore, we hope that nautical will finally and officially be classified in the tourism segment and that the Government will take into account our set of measures to help the sector, which was proposed to it at the end of March 2020.. “, Lisjak emphasized. Boaters welcome the amendment to the Decision on the prohibition of entry into seaports and inland ports in the Republic of Croatia, which, among other things, allows the entry of yachts with a hull length of more than 24 meters at berth in Croatian nautical ports or ports open to public traffic, and all vessels under Croatian flag, report in a statement from the Association of Marinas of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce. The association again discussed the expectation of exemption of marinas from the payment of a fixed and variable part of the concession fee for maritime property, which was the topic of the last meeting with the state secretaries of the Ministry of the Sea and the Ministry of Tourism. It was also concluded that in this crisis it was clear that the long-standing appeal for the inclusion of marinas in the tourism sector must continue to be emphasized, as they were unacceptable for tourism support, and tax treatment at a general rate of 25 percent, unlike other tourism activities, fell in these circumstances.  Considering that a significant part of nautical tourism consists of boats and yachts less than 24 meters, especially those that are not exclusively Croatian-owned, the Association of Marina HGK appeals to include them in the amendment and to define a clear protocol for accepting ships. Therefore, they urge that their proposals be urgently accepted and that the start-up of marinas and charter companies be allowed to start as soon as possible, especially since the fixed operating costs are extremely high and they cannot afford to miss business opportunities. In the end, they conclude that positive information about the opening of the nautical season in Croatia as a safe destination would be the best promotion and invitation to guests for all other types of tourism. “Without clear measures for accepting ships, it will be almost impossible for Croatian marinas to receive guests and provide services. That is why we have drafted a protocol and sent it to the Croatian Institute of Public Health and the competent Ministries of the Sea and Tourism, and we are waiting for the latest instructions so that we can start providing reception services for guests in marinas. Given the potential of the nautical sector, we believe that the final proposal will be determined as soon as possible. “, said the president of the Association of Marines of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce Sean Lisjak, adding that some of the competing destinations, such as Montenegro, have already made a step forward in this regard and that even southern Italy has announced the opening of nautical tourism.  The Association says that some guests may replace a vacation in an apartment this year with a vacation on a boat that provides them with social distance and all the conditions that epidemiologists recommend. A special topic was the relationship with charters and other tenants.  Charter companies have also sent a proposal for epidemiological measures to the CNIPH for the business through the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, and some will start working with domestic guests as soon as passes are revoked. “We hope to accept our suggestions and publish charter recommendations as soon as possible”Adds Klisović. “It is very important to open the borders as early as possible for countries with a similar epidemiological situation, of course, with the necessary precautions, of course, and to harmonize them with Saturdays when charter guests usually come. Because if, for example, it opens on Monday, June 15, we also lose this remaining part of the reservations for the period from June 13 to 20, since the shifts of guests are only on Saturdays.”, Explains Klisović and reminds that charter, especially the small one, is no longer a luxury that the average Croatian family cannot afford because renting some types of boats in recent years can be compared to the cost of skiing for the family. “We asked through the Croatian Chamber of Commerce for inclusion in the CRO card even before the coronavirus epidemic, and recently we talked again with the Ministry of Tourism on this topic and found great understanding.”, Said Klisovic.  The HGK charter association also supports the marinas’ request for the exemption of concessions, aware that the marinas are waiting for state measures that would spill over to them for the obligation to pay berths for charter vessels. “Water is coming to the throat, payment deadlines are running, charterers cannot pay them, and marinas are waiting for measures from the state. We are all so on hold. ” notes Paško Klisović, President of the Association of boat accommodation providers-charter HGK. last_img read more

Polish airline PLL LOT is restarting flights to Croatia

first_imgPolish national airline PLL LOT in the latest flight schedule, he announced the re-launch of lines to Croatia from July 1, 2020, reported the director of the CNTB Representation in Poland Agnieszka Puszczewicz. These are flights that will connect Warsaw with Split and Dubrovnik twice a week, while the flight from Warsaw to Zadar will operate once a week. The CNTB adds that it will  PLL LOT od July connect and Budapest i Dubrovnik, reported the director of the CNTB Representation in Hungary, Ivana Herceg, which will make southern Croatian destinations even more accessible to Hungarian tourists. “We are continuously working on creating new motives for the arrival of guests from Poland, with LOT, which has been a strategic partner of the Croatian Tourist Board in recent years, helping us significantly. The joint promotional campaigns are very well noticed on the Polish market and we hope to continue this successful cooperation “, said Puszczewicz.center_img Poland has been in the top five of our markets for years, while Polish tourists most often visit Dalmatia. Photo: P.Kalba / LOT Polishlast_img read more

Letters to the Editor for Monday, Sep. 23

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionSupport efforts to battle depressionWe are on a journey to find effective ways to treat depression.There are so many unturned stones and my hope is that research may provide answers and cures.In June, I was one of about 300 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention volunteers who “stormed” the hill in Washington to tell our stories so that our representatives will remember and act. The three-digit suicide hotline was one of the asks we had last year in D.C. and now that is going to be a reality, which will save lives.These changes combined with more open discussions about depression and suicide are making a difference.No longer can we view depression as a moral shortcoming that can be remediated by pulling one’s self up or snapping out of it. Depression is an illness, not unlike cancer or heart disease and it is just as deadly.We must remember that to shame those who suffer with depression is not unlike blaming someone who has cancer, we would not think of doing that and we should not think of blaming those who suffer from depression.Team Lasky has raised over $16,200 for the AFSP. I proudly support them, and you can, too. You can donate to Team Lasky at AFSP.org/Rita.Joann Perillo-LaskySchenectadyBe vigilant against terrorist ideology Regarding Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (NY-D) comments about Sept. 11th that “some people did something.” This was the worst attack on American soil in history with over 3,000 dead.Please read the book “Between Heaven and Ground Zero” by Leslie Haskin, who shares the shock and pain and hell of that day.“At one point there was a woman burned to the bone,” she trembled uncontrollably as her skin melted from her body. What kind of motherless soul can so easily and savagely murder thousands and proclaim it to be in the name of righteousness?Radical Muslim terrorists, that’s who. We must never forget, and we must always be hypervigilant against this ideology.We must teach this history in schools. Osama Bin Laden in his book taught there will be a thousand years for revenge.Arlene ShakoSchoharieCDTA should use, or lose, parking spotsAll along Route 50 in Ballston Spa, there are designated bus stops for CDTA. If you park in them you will get a ticket. But CDTA buses never use them. They stand in traffic (regardless of the amount of traffic they back up).They must believe that it would take too much effort to pull back into traffic. If the CDTA does not want to use them, take them out. Or is CDTA just too special?John WhiteBallston SpaMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsGov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Sunday, Oct. 18EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationlast_img read more

New hotel for Copenhagen

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How to… Take advantage of the new auction optimism

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W10 to be new W1?

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