Martin Keown predicts Premier League top four and tips Manchester United to miss out on goal difference

first_imgUnited are currently outsiders for the top four (Picture: Getty)And Keown believes that’ll play into the hands of his former side, who he expects to finish fourth behind Tottenham.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I think they’re [Manchester United just going to miss out,’ said Keown.‘Arsenal, you may expect me to say that, but I’ve gone through the fixtures and I just think they’re just too tough for Man Utd‘When you look at these games they’ve got play City I think that will be a draw I don’t think they can win that one for me it’s not going to happen’75 points I think they’ll get, same as Arsenal but they’ll finish above on goal difference’More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errorsArsenal take on Watford at Vicarage Road on Monday but will be without the suspended Sokratis.Unai Emery hinted at changes after his side’s 2-0 win against Napoli on Thursday and they face the Italian giants again three days after their clash with the Hornets.MORE: Barcelona eyeing cut-price deal for Chelsea star Willian Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 13 Apr 2019 9:46 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link453Shares Advertisement Advertisement Comment Martin Keown’s predicted heartbreak for Manchester United (Picture: Getty)Arsenal legend Martin Keown believes Chelsea and Manchester United will miss out on a place in the Premier League’s top four.Tottenham regained third spot from Chelsea with a comfortable 4-0 win against Huddersfield in Saturday’s early kick-off.The Blues face a daunting trip to Anfield on Sunday to play Liverpool, while they travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United later this month.The Red Devils are fifth after Saturday’s narrow win over West Ham but have the hardest run-in where they’ll play Chelsea, Everton and Manchester City in the space of seven days.ADVERTISEMENT Martin Keown predicts Premier League top four and tips Manchester United to miss out on goal differencelast_img read more

Less Partner Abuse, Substance Abuse and Post-Partum Depression Among Married Women

first_imgScience Daily Dec 13 2012Women who are married suffer less partner abuse, substance abuse or post-partum depression around the time of pregnancy than women who are cohabitating or do not have a partner, a new study has found. Unmarried women who lived with their partners for less than two years were more likely to experience at least one of the three problems. However, these problems became less frequent the longer the couple lived together. The problems were most common among women who were separated or divorced, especially if the couple parted less than 12 months before their child was born. Dr. Marcelo Urquia, an epidemiologist at the Centre for Research on Inner City Health at St. Michael’s Hospital, said that as more children are being born to unmarried parents, he wanted to delve deeper into the risks and benefits of not just single vs. cohabitating parents but the various kinds of relationships. The results of his study were published today in the American Journal of Public Health.What is new in this study is that for the first time we looked at the duration of unmarried cohabitation and found the shorter the cohabitation, the more likely women were to suffer intimate-partner violence, substance abuse or post-partum depression around the time of conception, pregnancy and delivery,” Dr. Urquia said. “We did not see that pattern among married women, who experienced less psychosocial problems regardless of the length of time they lived together with their spouses.”http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/12/121213172348.htmlast_img read more

Greensburg Rotarians earn ‘District Club of the Year’

first_imgPictured are the majority of the members making up Greensburg Rotary Club #3437 in Rotary District #6580, Southern Indiana. The Greensburg Club was recently named medium size Club of the Year for the District. Members present for the photo include: (front row, left to right) Past District Governor Jerry Fox, 2018-19 President –Elect Jeff Emsweller, Sally Koors, Jenni Hanna, Linda Simmons, 2017-18 President Mandy Lohrum, President-Elect for 2019-20 Lora Williams. (Back row, left to right) Dr. Art Turner, Chris Christianson, Bill Robbins, Ron Bauerle, Past Assistant District Governor Larry Moore, Past Assistant District Governor Steve Freeman, Barb Jakad, Jennifer Sturges, Beverly Moore, Courtney Crowe, Diane Hart-Dawson, Daryl Tressler, Tami Wenning.Indianapolis, In. — For the first time in at least 15 years, Greensburg Rotary Club #3437 in District #6580, which comprises the southern half of Indiana, was named the District Club of the Year at the “All IN” Indiana Rotary Club  Conference on Saturday at the Marriot Hotel in downtown Indianapolis.  Greensburg received the award in the medium club division, which consists of clubs having 30-49 members. The Southern Indiana District #6580 consists of 33 Rotary Clubs.The award is based upon club accomplishments over a nine-month period during the current Presidential cycle, from July 1, 2017, through March 30, 2018. The President of the Greensburg Club is Mandy Lohrum, who accepted the award at the Saturday conference. Lohrum will serve as an Assistant District Governor in the 2018-19 Rotary Service year.In order to be considered for the award, Rotary clubs received points based on membership growth, Rotary Foundation support, completed projects/activities, public image and awareness development, District participation, and a brief narrative provided by the current President.The Greensburg Rotary Club, which will celebrate 100 years in existence in the year 2020, is very active in not only providing service to Rotary International projects and efforts, but the club also puts extensive effort into local causes as well.Local projects Greensburg Rotarians are committed to include:Providing three area high school age students with Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA), allowing them to attend a 3-day leadership camp at Bradford Woods near Bloomington, INAnnual Euchre Tournament, where funds are raised to support the efforts of Decatur County Special Olympics and other worthy local projectsIndiana Department of Transportation Roadside Clean-up of the area east of Greensburg on State Road 46 at CR 350 E toward Lake McCoyGreensburg Power of the Past parking detailEducator of the Year Award presented to a teacher or administrator of one of the local schools in either Greensburg or Decatur CountyService Above Self Essay contest for scholarship available to local studentsPaul Harris (Founder of Rotary) community award winnersRaising funds for the “This Close” Rotary International Polio eradication effortRinging Bells for the Greensburg Daily News Cheer FundPoinsettia Sales Project for the community“I Like Me” book efforts supplying customized books for young elementary students in city and county schools“The Greensburg Club has strived to become a vibrant community outreaching organization,” President Lohrum said. “We have a vision and a strategic plan to be a thriving club.”The Greensburg Rotary Club meets at 12 p.m. on Mondays, unless there is a special event, at the Decatur County Memorial Hospital Classroom D.In other news from the All IN Indiana Rotary Conference, the Batesville Rotary Club was named the Small Club of the Year while Columbus Rotary Club was named the Large Club of the Year in District #6580.The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster:First – The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for serviceSecond – High ethical standards, in business and profession: the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations; and the dignifying of each Rotarian’s personal, business and community lifeThird – The application of the ideal of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.The Rotary International creed consists of the Four-Way Test and is recited at each meeting: “Of the things we think, say or do: First, is it the Truth? Second, is it Fair to all concerned? Third, will it build Good Will and Better Friendship? Fourth, will it be beneficial to all concerned?”last_img read more