United 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 difference
Eighty people were injured when a Japanese jetfoil ferry hit what seemed to be a whale in the Sea of Japan. The incident occurred on March 9, 2019, when Ginga, operated by Sado Steam Ship company, was en route from Niigata Port to Sado Island, Japan.The ferry was carrying 121 people at the time of the incident. Six out of the eighty hospitalized sustained severe injuries, the company said in a statement.Ginga managed to arrive at Ryotsu Port in Sado Island under its own power. Sado Steam Ship company informed that all further voyages of Ginga have been canceled.As a result of the collision with the “marine creature”, the ship’s hull was damaged and needs to be repaired.An investigation into the cause of the incident has been launched.World Maritime News Staff
Birthday boy, Nigerian Clifford Enosoregbe failed to make it pass the second round of the second leg (Futures 6) of the 16th edition of Governor’s Cup Lagos Tennis Championship as he could not finish his match against Tunisian Moez Echargui in the game played at the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Onikan on Wednesday.The Edo born player, a wildcard entrant, who turned 27 yesterday, lost 3-6,0-4 (retired) to the Tunisian star with his head high believing that if not for the injury, he would have given his North African opponent a good fight.Other Nigerians, who played in the second round, were not able to scale the hurdles to the next round just like Enosoregbe. Maciej Smola of Poland beat Thomas Otu 6-2,6-2. Boy Westerhof from The Netherlands defeated Joseph Imeh Ubon in straight set of 6-36-2,while top seed from Spain, Enrique Lopez – Perez beat Sylvester Emmanuel on another straight set of 6-4,6-4. Nigerian Mohammed Mohammed fell to Sasi Kumar Mukund of India in 6-2,6-0.Egyptian Karim-Mohamed Maamoun continued his giant stride towards making it to the final as he defeated Karol Drzewiechi of Poland 7-6(10),7-5. Alejandro Davidovich Fokina of Spain loss to Gianni Mina of France 6-4,5-7,2-6.In the Women’s Singles, Corrin Perrin of Switzerland beat Margarita Lazareva from Russia 6-3,6-4. Top seed, Valetini Grammatikopoulou from Greece beat Fanny Ostlund from Sweden 6-1,6-1.Tessah Andrianjaftrimo of France, who won of of the legs last year beat Rosalie Van Der Hoek of The Netherlands 6-1,6-1 First leg champion, Tadeja Majeric from Slovakia beat Akilah James of Grenada 6-2,6-0. Deniz Khazaniuk of Israel defeated Xiaovi Zhao of China 6-7(3),6-2.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
INDEPENDENCE, Iowa (AP) — A new sentencing date has been set for former “The Bachelor” star Chris Soules for leaving the scene of a fatal 2017 accident.The Des Moines Register reports Soules will be sentenced on Aug. 27 at the Buchanan County Courthouse in Independence, Iowa.A judge last week delayed sentencing after striking letters written by the deceased driver’s family. The judge agreed that family members couldn’t be considered victims because Soules wasn’t convicted of causing the death of 66-year-old Kenny Mosher.Soules was arrested after he rear-ended a tractor in April 2017. Soules called 911, performed CPR on Mosher and waited for first responders, but he left the scene before officers arrived.The 37-year-old former reality TV star pleaded guilty on Nov. 13 to a reduced charge of leaving the scene of a serious injury accident.Soules appeared on “The Bachelor” and “Dancing With The Stars” in 2015.
By Jay Cook | FREEHOLD – A one-stop shop to aid domestic violence and sexual abuse victims has opened its doors in Monmouth County and is ready to start changing lives.180 Turning Lives Around, a nonprofit organization working to halt different types of abuse affecting county residents, will operate a new Family Justice Center out of the county courthouse, located at 71 Monument St.Before the Family Justice Center, victims in the darkest times of their lives were tasked with navigating the choppy waters of the criminal justice system to seek help, said Anna Diaz-White, 180’s executive director. Now, everything they need is in one place.“I think it’s going to be a game changer in the way that victims can access services,” she said.An intake center at the courthouse’s lower level will be the first step, where 180’s staff can ask questions and guide victims in the right direction.The Family Justice Center is located at 40 Monument St., connected to the courthouse’s parking lot. Different services will be available, Diaz-White said. A lawyer from South Jersey Legal Services is on standby, available to provide legal guidance. Detectives from the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office will be on-call from the Freehold office to assist in pressing charges and filing police reports.The building also provides shelter for victims with children who may fear returning home. Access to local food pantries, counselors and job assessment and training are other services now readily available. The two-story-home-converted center will have no public access and will only be open to people who pass courthouse security.In Monmouth County, the numbers of abuse victims are significant, said Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni. There were nearly 4,000 calls or reported incidents of domestic violence last year, and family courts in Freehold also heard requests for 1,600 restraining orders from domestic violence victims, he said. Those numbers put Monmouth County sixth-highest in New Jersey.Diaz-White said her organization receives about 5,000 calls a year and not every incident they hear is reported to police. She said the main demographic for sexual and domestic violence victims is 20- to 40-year-old women. Diaz-White estimated 85 percent of victims in Monmouth County are women.“We hope that it will stop the traumatization from here on out,” Gramiccioni said. “When somebody comes here, they get direction, they get assistance, they get what they’re entitled to.”Monmouth County’s Family Justice Center is the fourth such center in New Jersey; others are located in Essex, Morris and Union counties. Diaz-White toured the state with Gramiccioni and elected officials over the past year to find the best solution for Monmouth County.State Sen. Jennifer Beck (R-11), who volunteered as a rape crisis advocate years ago, said the center is a necessity.“They’re already stressed, they’re already emotionally fragile,” she said of victims. “They don’t need five locations to sort out life and get things moving.”The building was provided by the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders at no cost, said Freeholder Director Lillian G. Burry. It was previously used as the county’s Weights and Measures offices.“This Family Justice Center will provide both comfort and justice to these victims and their families by offering so many services in one place,” Burry said.Plans for the center began when 180 was awarded a $145,000 grant last year by Impact 100 Jersey Coast which will contribute to staffing and overhead costs. Grant money was provided by 145 women who each pledged $1,000 for a greater cause.The new Family Justice Center is another piece of the large footprint 180 has established in Monmouth County. Main administrative offices are located in Hazlet and a secondary location, the Shore Regional Outreach Office, is based in Neptune.180 also operates a 45-bed safe house and a 10-family transitional housing center in the county, both in different, undisclosed locations. The nonprofit also partners with Amanda’s Easel, a creative arts therapy program in Middletown.As Hollywood executives, journalists and other prominent people are being called out for their alleged prior sexual assaults, Diaz-White said it spotlights the importance of the Family Justice Center.“Of course these make headlines,” Diaz-White said, “but for every one of those, there are thousands of women, men and children suffering in silence trying to navigate their and their children’s way out of seemingly impossible situations.”This article was first published in the Nov. 2-9, 2017 print edition of The Two River Times.
The B-Sens scored six times in the final two periods to rout the Charlotte Checkers 7-1 Tuesday in game three of the AHL Eastern Conference Final in Binghamton.The Ottawa Senators farm team leads the best-of-seven series 3-0 with game four Wednesday in Binghamton.Zack Smith had four points, including a hat-trick, and netminder Robin Lehner made 37 saves to lead the B-Sens.Despite being rocked for seven goals Charlotte out shot Binghamton 38-32.Nelson Minor Hockey grad Geoff Kinrade, playing defence in his second season of professional hockey in the AHL, finished the game a plus-3. The Binghamton Senators are one win away from the Calder Cup Final.
Bochy, 64, retired at … Bruce Bochy, recently retired as manager of the Giants, has signed on to manage France’s national team as it attempts to qualify for the World Baseball Classic in 2021, according to published reports.Bochy was born in France when his father was based there with the military.“I want to stay involved and give back to baseball what it gave to me,” Bochy said, according to the report.France failed to qualify for the World Baseball Classic in both 2013 and 2017.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest At the BASF Grow Smart “Insight in Action” event in Findlay, Dr. Megan Andriankaja spoke about the science behind plant health. She shared more with Ohio Ag Net’s Dale Minyo at the event.
Adobe has released a CC 2014.2 update to all their video editing applications.Creative Cloud subscribers rejoice! The video applications inside the Creative Cloud have been updated all around. All of these updates are free for Creative Cloud subscribers and are available for installation today.Premiere ProAdobe’s update to Premiere Pro is more of a series of bug fixes than a groundbreaking update, but nevertheless useful. Some notable issues resolved include:XDCAM HD proxy files appear with red framesCrash when exporting AAF with disabled clips that have cross fades appliedAudio dropouts during shuttlingAudio drops out while playing out to tapeExport AAF with 24 bit embed option creates distorted audio filesStop playback command ignored when editing or playing a multicam sequenceFor more information regarding the update for Premiere Pro check out the Premiere Pro release post on the Adobe Blog.After EffectsThe After Effects update focused mainly on improvements to scripting and expressions. Scripts will now be able to read additional information regarding text layers. Users will now be able to control character properties and layer coordinates using new attributes outlined in Adobe’s After Effects blog post.If you’ve used After Effects CC 2014.1 than you’ve probably realized that the keyframe icons are hard to see against the dark background. To fix this problem After Effects is also getting a small makeover. Keyframe icons are being brightened to pop out against the dark background, making them easier to see/press.There are are also various bug fixes inside of After Effects including:A cause of crashes on quit after Video Copilot Element 3D is used was fixed.The sampleImage expression method no longer causes multiprocessing to disable.Applying animation presets from Bridge works as expected and no longer results in an error message.Color management no longer causes a color or gamma shift in rendered images when multiprocessing is enabled.Warp Stabilizer effect has been updated to fix a cause of crashes on the late 2013 model Mac Pro.A cause of poor Dynamic Link performance when the main After Effects application is open has been fixed.You can read more about the After Effects update from Adobe’s blog post regarding the update.SpeedGradeSpeedGrade received minor improvements to improve Color Wheel usability. Users will now be notified when a GPU has insufficient capacity for displaying high-quality footage. Plus, A Master Clip will now remain selected when the Playhead moves into a new clip.Many bug issues were fixed inside of Speed Grade CC including:UI issue where Media Browser tree failed to display iconsSpeedGrade will now recall which scopes were toggled after restarting applicationSpeedGrade will now correctly render a group with variable opacity (Native Mode)SpeedGrade no longer crashes when a GPU with insufficient capacity is used in Direct LinkImage no longer compromised when “No LUT” layer used (Direct Link mode)There are many more bug fixes inside of SpeedGrade which can be found on Adobe’s blog.Media EncoderThe most exciting update comes from Media Encoder. Users will now be able to export videos directly to YouTube and Vimeo from Media Encoder. The first time you use this feature you will need to give enter your YouTube/Vimeo login information.Vimeo presets have also been updated to reflect Vimeo’s guidelines. In addition to Vimeo GoPro CineForm presets have been updated as well. Users can now export separate WAV files for each channel from your source file.Notable bugs have been fixed including:Smart rendering ProRes sources is very slowSome h.264 exports were using the wrong colorspaceProRes XQ sources decode with incorrect gamma settingIn some situations timecode overlay would drift out of syncPNG image sequence export was very slowYou can read more about the Media Encoder update from the blog post on Adobe’s website.There were also some improvements to Story, Audition, and Prelude. For more information regarding those programs or any of the softwares mentioned in this article check out the overview post on the Adobe blog.Pricing and AvailabilityAll of these updates are immediately available for free to Creative Cloud subscribers.Are you excited by any of these updates? Share in the comments below.
In a country which obsesses over its men’s cricket team, it was refreshing to see the stage at the India Today Mind Rocks Youth Summit 2014 being shared by four women who have made the country proud on the sports field.Veteran cricketers Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami are fresh from playing a key role in the historic triumph in England in their first Test after eight years. “Beating England in England was a thrilling experience and the whole team celebrated wholeheartedly afterwards,” skipper Mithali said. Jhulan credited her family for the success she has achieved in the sport. “My father is an avid cricket lover and encouraged me to chase my dream,” said the bowler.Wrestlers Geeta Phogat and Babita have inspired with their feats on the mat. “Earlier, people used to pass comments in our village but now they appreciate our efforts,” Geeta said.