Former Ghana international Junior Agogo has passed away, aged 40.The striker suffered a stroke back in 2015 which left him partially paralysed just two years after retiring from playing.According to a number of reports in Ghana, he passed away in London on Thursday morning.Agent Saif Rubie tweeted: “Just heard the news that one of my first clients ever Junior Agogo has passed away. Still can’t believe it. One of my proudest moments in football is seeing him smash the AFCON in Ghana.”Agogo was a star of the national team and the poster boy of the 2008 African Cup of Nations hosted in Ghana. He wrote his mane into Ghanaian footballing folklore when he scored the winner for the Black Stars in the 2008 African Cup of Nations quarter-final against Nigeria and was a key part in their third-placed finish.In total, he scored 12 goals in 27 caps for the Black Stars between 2006 and 2009.Agogo had a devastating stroke in 2015, and revealed in an emotional BBC interview two years ago that the incident left him “in a bad way”.Agogo told the BBC: “I was running with my dog. I was coming back home. I was near the Marriott Hotel and the stroke happened.“When I woke up I was in hospital with my mum. I couldn’t speak. I was in a bad way.“I had thoughts, but I was like where is my voice. I was baffled, man.”Agogo had a terrific career spanning 15 years in the game and played for 15 teams in total including for Scottish side Hibernian where he retired in 2012.RelatedDavid SimonJune 30, 2017Similar postAsamoah Gyan Rescinds Retirement DecisionMay 22, 2019In “Africa”2019 AFCON: Plateau United Defender and Former Sunderland Striker Make Benin Republic 23-man SquadMay 30, 2019In “AFCON”
OXFORD – When asked about a roster move he made in early April, Ole Miss coach Mike Bianco paused to chew on his thoughts for a few seconds, grinned, then answered in a tone drenched in sarcasm.“Genius, wasn’t it?” Bianco said.Actually, yes.The statistics say “genius” isn’t a totally unreasonable way to describe Bianco’s late decision to plug Connor Cloyd into the lineup.Freshman Kyle Watson opened the season on fire. Then came a slump. Bianco turned to Cloyd, who had started just one game through the first 26.After the move, the Rebels went 15-12 over the final weeks of the season to earn their spot in the NCAA Tournament, where they’ll open play in the Los Angeles regional against No. 3-seed Maryland on Friday at 6 p.m. (TV: ESPN 3).If the Rebels hope to make a run, they probably need to get Cloyd back in the lineup.The Rebels’ leadoff man strained his oblique late in the series against Mississippi State earlier this month. He hasn’t played since. But Bianco is optimistic the speedster could be back in time for Friday.“We feel pretty good he’ll be ready to go this weekend,” Bianco said.Cloyd said before the Southeastern Conference Tournament that he felt healthy enough to play. Turns out that was a little premature.“He’s just trying to be positive,” Bianco said. “There was no way he could have played.”Cloyd took live swings for the first time during Ole Miss’ Monday practice. Before, he’d been relegated to hitting off a tee.“He’s a sparkplug for us,” catcher Austin Knight said. “When he got inserted into the lineup, it was a big boost for us. Having him out, we’ve still won games, but I think offensively it felt different without him.”Without Cloyd in the lineup, Ole Miss averages 4.13 runs per game.When he’s in, the Rebels score nearly 6 runs per contest.With Cloyd in the leadoff spot, the Rebels have raised their batting average nearly 16 points.“We feel it. We feel he’s (missing) in the lineup,” shortstop Errol Robinson said. “He provides a spark. We’re ready for him to give it back to us.”Cloyd, who began his college career at Oregon before transferring to Tacoma Community College, leads Ole Miss with a .400 batting average and a .467 on-base percentage.“I’m telling you, 99 percent of the time,” Robinson said, “Connor Cloyd is going to get on base.”Cloyd entered the final two weeks of the season hotter than ever. He had a hit in nine of the last 10 games, including eight multi-hit performances.“Yeah, it’s pretty frustrating,” Cloyd said. “Especially when you feel like you’re in a zone.”Robinson, who leads the team in hits, has been bumped up to the leadoff role in Cloyd’s absence.He’s done well.But not as well as Cloyd, he willingly admits.“I’m not as consistent as he is as a leadoff hitter,” Robinson said. “We’ve missed him, for sure. We need him.”Contact Riley Blevins at email@example.com. Follow @Riley_Blevins on Twitter.
Gary Cahill hauled the visitors level at Anfield after Emre Can’s effort had deflected in off the Chelsea defender to give Liverpool an early lead.Can tried his luck from long range and the German’s shot looped into the net after striking Cahill’s shoulder, giving wrong-footed keeper Thibaut Courtois no chance.Can had gone close with another deflected shot in the opening minute, when the ball flashed just wide after hitting John Terry.AdChoices广告Chelsea responded strongly to going behind and equalised with the help of goal-line technology – ironically in front of the Kop, where Luis Garcia’s infamous 2005 Champions League semi-final goal against them was allowed to stand after being adjudged to have crossed the line.Cesc Fabregas’ corner was flicked on by Diego Costa and after Simon Mignolet superbly saved Terry’s header, Cahill did enough to score despite the keeper’s best efforts on the line.Cahill was soon at the centre of the action again, blocking Raheem Sterling’s shot with his shoulder as the home fans appealed in vain for a penalty.Ramires was included the Chelsea side, while Liverpool recalled Steven Gerrard, Sterling, Jordan Henderson, Philippe Coutinho, Dejan Lovren and Mario Balotelli to their starting line-up.Back after recovering from a recent injury, Ramires returned along with Cesar Azpilicueta, who is available again after a suspension.Willian and Filipe Luis are on the Blues bench, as are Didier Drogba and the fit-again Loic Remy. Liverpool: Mignolet, Johnson, Skrtel, Lovren, Moreno, Gerrard, Can, Henderson, Coutinho, Sterling, Balotelli. Subs: Jones, Toure, Lucas, Allen, Lallana, Borini, Lambert. Chelsea: Courtois; Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta; Matic, Fabregas; Ramires, Oscar, Hazard; Costa. Subs: Cech, Zouma, Filipe Luis, Mikel, Willian, Remy, Drogba.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
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Trisco, Water Plant, and Central Service were among the teams to seal their berth to the quarterfinal round when the Banks DIH Limited ‘President’s Cup’ Inter-Department Domino Championship, continued on Friday. Staged at the Thirst Park Sports Club, Trisco continued their superb campaign, crushing Wholesale Liquor and Sales Department. Trisco ended on 92 games, while Wholesale Liquor finished on 73.Sales was eliminated after tallying 64 games. Meanwhile, the always formidable Water Plant brushed aside Power Generation and Banks-F. Water Plant secured 86 points, with Power Generation finishing a distant second on 71 games.Banks-F was brought up the rear on 68 games and was eliminated. On the other hand, Central Service edged Pre-Sellers 74-73 to emerge victorious in their clash that also featured an outclassed Soft Drink Plant who ended on 55. The competition continued last night at the same venue from 18:00hrs with Trisco opposing Water Plant and Power Generation, while Wholesale Liquor battled the duo of Central Service and Pre-Sellers.The top two teams from each contest will advance. Winner of the tournament will commence five cases of Guinness and a championship trophy.On the other hand, the runner-up will pocket five cases of Banks Beer and the respective accolade. The third place finisher will pocket five cases of Malta and the corresponding trophy.
Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images(FRANCE) — Official pictures were finally released from Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas’ second wedding, which took place in France last weekend.The Game of Thrones actress and Jonas Brothers singer both shared the first professional pic on their Instagram pages late Wednesday.“Mr and Mrs Jonas,” they captioned the black-and-white image.In the picture, you see the two of them as they walk down the aisle as husband and wife with beaming smiles on their faces. Sophie wears a long-sleeved lace wedding gown with a deep v-neck designed by Louis Vuitton’s Nicolas Ghesquiere, while Joe is dressed in a black tux and bow tie.The famed duo arrived in Paris last week amid wedding rumors. Instagram pictures showed the couple kissing in the romantic Parisian city.They tied the knot at Chateau de Tourreau Saturday. It was their second ceremony, following their more casual U.S. wedding in Las Vegas on May 1.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Related ABC News(NEW YORK) — The NYPD police officer who was shot and killed in an “unprovoked attack” early Wednesday was a mother of three and a 12-year veteran of the force, officials said.Miosotis Familia, 48, “gave her life protecting a neighborhood that had been plagued by gang gun violence,” said Patrick J. Lynch, president of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, a union for New York City police officers.“Fully knowing the dangers that she faced, she suited up in uniform every day and stood tall against those who threaten and terrorize the good folks of the Bronx,” Lynch told reporters at a press conference Wednesday.Familia and her partner were sitting in a marked police command vehicle in the Bronx when she was shot in the head around 12:30 a.m., New York City Police Commissioner James O’Neill said. Surveillance footage from the scene shows a suspect “purposely” walking up to the command video and firing into the passenger’s side window, a police source told ABC News.Familia was writing in her memo book at the time of the shooting, indicating that she may not have seen the suspect approach the car, police sources said. The police vehicle had been parked in that location since March due to increased gang activity in the area, O’Neill said.After Familia was shot, her partner called for assistance while other uniformed officers chased the suspect on foot. The gunman, identified as 34-year-old New York City resident Alexander Bonds, was shot and killed by officers as he drew a revolver.Familia was pronounced dead at St. Barnabus Hospital in the Bronx at 3:37 a.m., police sources said. Members of the community paid tribute to the officer by lighting candles outside the NYPD’s 46th precinct in the Bronx. Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico
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Sumner Newscow report — The following are the Sumner County Commissioner minutes for meetings on Feb. 26 and Feb. 27, 2019…Feb. 26, 2019 —The Commissioners met in regular session with John Cooney absent.•At 9:30 a.m., upon unanimous vote, the Commission entered into executive session for 10 minutes to meet with Noxious Weed Director Robin Walcher to discuss non-elected personnel. At 9:40 a.m. the Commission reconvened in open session. Chairman Jim Newell advised no binding action was taken as a result of the executive session.•Director Walcher discussed Courthouse lawn maintenance.•County Commissioner Jack Potucek provided general review and updates to the commission.•The annual Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification was presented to the Commission for signature. After review of the report, Newell was unanimously authorized to sign the certificate and agreement.•A letter requesting the waiver of rental fee for Raymond Frye Complex on April 2. Pastor James Byers, representing the Wellington Ministerial Alliance, advised the facility would be used for Sunrise Services on Easter morning. After discussion, the Commission unanimously authorized the rental fee waiver without deposit fee required. Clerk Norris will make the necessary notifications.•Notification from Falls Township Treasurer Jean Ward recommended Mike Smock to serve as Falls Township Clark after the passing of Rod Lungren was reviewed by the Commission. The Commission unanimously appointed Mr. Smock.•Local farmer Mike Andra discussed a possible wind farm project in the southwest portion of the county. Sunnyhill Wind Turbine Farm has contacted several property owners for leasing rights. Mr. Andra reported he does not live in the area but felt it was a good location due to limited population. Mr. Andra also expressed his appreciation of the Road and Bridge Department for keeping the roads and bridges in good working order as well as being good stewards of county funds. The Commission advised no formal information has been provided to them.•Maintenance Director Joe Struble and Assistant Director Jimmy Thornton met with the Commission discussing county building roof maintenance.Feb. 27, 2019 –The Commissioners met in regular session with John Cooney absent.•The Commission received a request for additional funds to cover additional health claims was reviewed. Insurance Clerk Jen Strickland provided additional information. After discussion, the Commission authorized an additional wire transfer of $100,000.•At 9:30 a.m., the Commission opened sealed bids received on seven available county owned properties, acquired from past tax sales. A total of five bids were received on four of the available properties. After review of the bids received, the Commission accepted four of the five bids received. Clerk Debbie Norris will prepare each quick claim deed and notify the winning bidders.•At 10 a.m., upon unanimous vote commission entered into executive session for 10 minutes with Economic Development Director Stacy Davis, by phone, to discuss non-elected personnel. At 10:06 a.m., the Commission reconvened in open session. Chairman Newell advised no binding action was taken as a result of the executive session.•County Appraiser Cindy Magill discussed the 2019 valuation with the Commission. Also present was County Treasurer Donetta Cook. Appraiser Magill advised an increase in ag value across the county, mostly because of the eight-year average used by the State. Discussion also included proposed legislation at the Capital.•County Counselor Jack Potucek, Cook and Magill met with the Commission to discuss various funding reports.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? 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