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PODCAST: Producer David Barbe Talks Drive-By Truckers And The University of Georgia Music Business Program

first_imgIn the latest episode of Inside Out w/ Turner & Seth, the dynamic duo gives us an introduction to super producer David Barbe, who has produced Drive-By Truckers, Son Volt, and more. Turner and Seth take us across the country to the early 1980’s in Athens, Georgia — a burgeoning scene that spawned the likes of R.E.M., The B-52’s, Vic Chestnutt, Widespread Panic, and eventually younger acts such as Perpetual Groove, The Whigs, and many more.Barbe came up with bands like punk-rock outfit Mercyland, and eventually was recruited by Bob Mould of Hüsker Dü to form Sugar. Mould and producer John Keane (who has produced almost all of Widespread Panic’s albums, along with R.E.M. and Indigo Girls, among others) convinced Barbe to work in the studio, kicking off his producing/engineering career. Outside of working regularly with Drive-By Truckers, Son Volt, Jerry Joseph, Deerhunter, K.D. Lang, and R.E.M., Barbe has assisted in creating and heading one of the best music industry business programs in the country at the University of Georgia. The Music Business Certificate Program (check out information about the program here) brings in students from all over the country. In the past, young people used to head exclusively to Los Angeles, New York, or Nashville to start their careers in the industry; now there is a program designed specifically for students to gain the knowledge needed to advance in the music industry. The program itself touts many notable guest lecturer, such as David Macias of Thirty Tigers Management, Bob Moczydlowsky (managing director of Techstars Music), Patterson Hood of Drive-By Truckers, Bradford Cox from Deerhunter, Jason Isbell’s manager Tracey Thomas, and many more, which positions it as one of the top music business schools. Barbe goes on to discuss the program and how it has become a leader in the education of up-and-coming music industry people, stating “Music and the business of it changes so rapidly. If you teach on a model, you can’t teach on the same model from 2010 because it was all downloads. You realize that everything is changing constantly. There is always something.”The podcast also featured a brief interview with Patterson Hood, who discussed the Drive-By Truckers latest album American Band. In his interview, Hood discusses the album’s overt dissection of the current political climate in America, noting “It’s so easy to generalize things….you know, life is political. You can’t live your life without inter-relating to politics. I consider everything we write, on some level, to be both political and personal….we are in a pretty intense moment in time as a society and culture. You write what you feel, and that certainly affected the songs.”Listen to the David Barbe interview via Soundcloud:Upcoming episodes of Inside Out w/ Turner & Seth will feature interviews with Phish’s Jon Fishman, Marcus King, The Main Squeeze, and many more. Stay tuned!**For more Inside Out With Turner And Seth episodes, head to their SoundCloud, iTunes, or Stitcher page. You can also email the podcast producers here to submit feedback which may be incorporated into future episodes!**You can check out past episodes of Live For Live Music Presents: Inside Out with Turner and Seth podcast below:The Zipper Club Brings Their Punk Universe To Shaky Knees FestivalJen Hartswick Recounts Her Pinky Swear With Christian McBride, A Fateful Call From TreyDirty Heads Frontman Jared Watson Talks Weed, Colors, Addiction, And MoreWidespread Panic’s John “JoJo” Hermann Tells Studio Stories And MoreJason Crosby Talks Impromptu Performances With Prince And Bruce SpringsteenCol. Bruce Hampton Discusses Upcoming Star-Studded 70th Birthday BlowoutLos Lobos’ Steve Berlin Goes Back To His RootsBig Gigantic’s Dominic Lalli And Jeremy Salken Discuss Their Careers In EDMBenny Bloom & Tom Hamilton Get Us Excited For Fool’s ParadiseAl Schnier & Jim Loughlin Talk All Things moe.Umphrey’s McGee Engineer Chris Mitchell Discusses How He Captures The Band’s Unique SoundChris Kuroda Talks Evolution From Early Phish To MSGBrendan Bayliss Talks New Umphrey’s McGee Album, Career HighlightsJefferson Waful Talks Umphrey’s, Collaborating With Chris KurodaUM’s Brendan Bayliss Talks Band Origins, Meeting Steve Miller & Morelast_img read more

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Apple ‘One More Thing’ Event Today: How to Watch Livestream, Expected Announcement Details

first_imgApple is expected to unveil hardware based on its native ARM silicon. The company hasn’t provided any particular details, though the official invite sent by the company mentions a tagline, “One more thing.”This likely means that the event won’t reveal anything related to iPad, Apple Watch or iPhone as the company has already hosted their annual announcements in separate events.The company is also rumoured to have AirTags in the works for some time now. But those aren’t likely to be announced at today’s event. Instead, expect launches related to the MacBook and other Mac devices.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Apple is holding a virtual event called ‘One More Thing’ later today. The forthcoming Apple event, which is the third in a series of announcements — the most recent being the launch of the latest iPhone models — and perhaps the last of 2020, is expected to be the one where the Tim Cook-led team will unveil its MacBook models based on Apple’s own silicon. Apple announced its plans to transition to its in-house chips over Intel processors at WWDC 2020 earlier this year. However, the company is yet to showcase the new hardware that features its native chip.Apple event timing, livestream detailsToday’s Apple event will begin at 10am PST (11:30pm IST). Just like the previous two hardware-focussed events, as well as WWDC 2020, the event happening today will take place virtually from Apple Park. Apple will stream the event live through its dedicated Apple Events site, and on the Apple TV app as well as YouTube. You can also watch the Apple event live directly from the video embedded below.Apple event announcements (expected)- Advertisement – Apart from the initial models, the Nikkei Asia report mentioned that Apple is slated to bring other MacBook models based on its own silicon in the second quarter of next year. That could further reduce its dependency on Intel.Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. At WWDC 2020, Apple confirmed its plans to go with its in-house, ARM-based silicon for the next-generation of Mac machines. That move has, however, been heavily rumoured for quite some years.New Apple MacBook likelyAccording to a recent report by Bloomberg, Apple is boosting the production of its new 13-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models as well as 13-inch MacBook Air. The smaller models are said to be ahead in production and two of them are likely to be shown off at today’s event. The MacBook models are also said to have no visible changes — apart from the new silicon that could be based on the A14 Bionic chip powering the latest iPhone models.A separate report by Nikkei Asia suggested that Apple could produce as many as 25 lakh MacBook units based on its native processor by early 2021. The new MacBook models are said to be manufactured in China.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Flix & Art: Great new added value and connecting culture, art and travel

first_imgThe Flix & Art project includes the following museums: Nikola Tesla Technical Museum, Croatian Museum of Naive Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Mimara Museum, Hangover Museum, Museum of Arts and Crafts, Croatian School Museum, Ivan Meštrović Museums Zagreb and Split, Museum of Sense Split, Hrvatski Maritime Museum Split. Nikola Tesla Technical Museum Cover photo: Mimara Museum / Flixbus In order to make the most of Croatia’s cultural heritage, FlixBus and a dozen museums in Zagreb and Split have provided the Flix & Art project with special benefits on tickets or souvenir shops and discounts on the next FlixBus trip. Therefore, in the case of a one-day or weekend visit to Zagreb or Split, lovers of travel and research can enjoy the unique and diverse experiences of offering permanent exhibitions and other exhibitions of selected museums and galleries. The rich offer of 160 Croatian general, artistic, technical, archaeological, historical, ethnographic, natural science and other types of museums was visited by more than 5,5 million foreign and domestic fans of museum exhibitions in 2018, according to the Museum Documentation Center.center_img A dozen museums in Zagreb and Split in cooperation with FlixBus have created new added value and synergy through the encouragement of travel and cultural upliftment that provides special benefits for travelers and museum visitors. Croatian Maritime Museum Split FlixBus discounts make from 10% to 50% discount when buying a ticket, depending on the museum, and a Flix & Art booklet will be created with a list of all museum benefits and instructions on how to get them.last_img read more

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Govt sets up checkpoints to monitor people’s mobility between cities, provinces amid ‘mudik’ ban

first_imgRegions across Java have set up checkpoints to monitor the flow of vehicles between cities and provinces, following the government’s ban on Idul Fitri mudik (exodus), which started on Friday.The Transportation Ministry has prepared a number of checkpoints in areas surrounding Jakarta, including Tangerang in Banten, as well as Bekasi, Bogor, Sukabumi and Cikampek in West Java, to prevent people from leaving or entering the capital for the annual tradition.“We are gradually preparing [the checkpoints] on toll roads, national roads, provincial roads, even down to the so-called jalan tikus [alleyways] in districts,” the ministry’s land transportation director general, Budi Setiyadi, said in a press conference on Thursday. Read also: Indonesia suspends all passenger travel across cities to prevent Ramadan exodusThe checkpoints for land routes will be activated from Friday to May 31, in accordance with Transportation Ministerial Regulation No. 25/2020 regarding transportation use control during this year’s mudik period to prevent wider contagion of COVID-19 in the country.Under the regulation, the ministry has set restrictions on all passenger vehicles entering and leaving regions that have imposed large-scale social restrictions (PSBB), including Greater Jakarta and Greater Bandung in West Java.The roads, however, remain open, to accommodate vehicles carrying logistics and essential needs.Millions of Indonesians return to their hometowns every year – often traveling from urban centers to the countryside – to celebrate Idul Fitri, including those from capital Jakarta, a city where many people have migrated to from around the country in search of work.With Jakarta being the country’s epicenter of the outbreak, public health experts have warned that mudik could cause the contagious respiratory illness to spread rapidly across Java.President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo subsequently announced a ban on the Idul Fitri mudik on Tuesday after reviewing a Transportation Ministry survey that said 24 percent of the country’s 270 million people still planned to travel to their hometowns and that 7 percent had already left.The ministry held a meeting on Thursday with regional heads from Java, Bali and Lampung in Semarang, Central Java, to discuss preparations for monitoring the potential mudik flow.Read also: Recovered COVID-19 patient in Central Java urges people not to ‘mudik’Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo said the province had prepared 83 inter-regency monitoring checkpoints and inter-provincial monitoring checkpoints spread across the region.“For inter-provincial supervision, there are seven checkpoints, namely at Tegal terminal, Pejagan toll gate, Losari Brebes goods terminal, Wanareja terminal, Pungkruk toll gate, Klonengan Slawi Tegal rest stop and Dukuh Salam terminal,” Ganjar said after the meeting.The provincial administration will also add three checkpoints in its easternmost regencies as Surabaya and its neighboring regencies, Sidoarjo and Gresik, in East Java would start imposing partial lockdowns on Tuesday.Ganjar said he was reviewing plans to ensure the social security of people from the region who lived outside the province, especially those in Greater Jakarta, as they could not return to their hometowns due to the mudik ban.“If [the government] cannot guarantee [their social security], please let us know. We will set up public kitchens in Jakarta to help them,” he said.Read also: ‘I need to protect my family’: Jakartans nix homecoming trips following COVID-19 ‘mudik’ banGanjar said he had asked the Transportation Ministry to be flexible with the monitoring at checkpoints. “If there is a violation, just tell them to go back and if they disobey, they are to be quarantined,” he said.Acting transportation minister Luhut Pandjaitan, who is also the coordinating maritime affairs and investment minister, said regional governments were allowed to improvise and determine how strict they wanted to implement the monitoring, as long as the policy did not contradict the prevailing regulation.“The [transportation] ministerial regulation was formulated to accommodate but regional leaders are allowed to make adjustments. I have asked the land transportation director general to communicate with Central Java. We want to save lives,” Luhut said. (syk) In Tangerang, the ministry has readied a checkpoint at the Bitung toll gate to monitor vehicles heading from Jakarta to Merak, Banten, and vice versa. In Bekasi, a checkpoint has been established in areas bordering Karawang.The ministry has also prepared a checkpoint at Puncak Pass, a tourist destination bordering Bogor regency and Cianjur in West Java. In Sukabumi, meanwhile, a checkpoint has been set up in Cigombong, the border of Bogor regency and Sukabumi.A checkpoint has been set up at the 31-kilometer point on the Jakarta-Cikampek toll road on the border of Bekasi and Karawang, where authorities stood by to conduct inspections on vehicles passing the area.Private vehicles leaving Jakarta for West Java will be asked to make U-turn and return to the capital from West Cikarang.center_img Topics :last_img read more

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David Luiz reveals how Mikel Arteta has put the fun back into playing for Arsenal

first_img Mike StavrouWednesday 5 Feb 2020 4:05 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.9kShares Comment Advertisement Mikel Arteta managed to keep hold of star player Pierre Emerick Aubameyang despite interest from Barcelona (Getty Images)‘What Mikel is trying to build is something big and I really believe in his philosophy, I really believe we can do something big this year and in the future, so I’m really, really happy because we have our way to go.‘To do something, I think the first thing is you have to dream, and then you believe you can do it, then after to study how to do it, and then to understand during this process you’re going to have some good moments and some difficult moments but you can never change your mind.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalLuiz also spoke about how Arteta has brought the ‘fun’ back into playing in an Arsenal shirt, saying: ‘I think the result of people when they are happy is 10 times better than when they are sad.‘I believe in this smile, I believe in the fun and I believe in these kind of things – and this is part of football. This is part of the life, but not just that is the main thing.‘I think you have to work hard and you have to understand what we represent, you have to understand the philosophy of the club, you have to understand and to know the history of the club, you have to understand how everybody is involved with the club and the people here inside the club, outside the club, the supporters everywhere in the world.‘He [Arteta] has tried to help us and give us the direction and how to live life, how to be inside the club and for me, this is so important to have.’MORE: Arsenal signing Pablo Mari raves about ‘incredible’ team-mate Gabriel MartinelliMORE: Lille will demand £30m for Arsenal transfer target Gabriel Magalhaes David Luiz reveals how Mikel Arteta has put the fun back into playing for Arsenal David Luiz is one of many Arsenal players to have turned around their form under Mikel Arteta (Getty Images)Arsenal defender David Luiz says the whole squad has been boosted by Mikel Arteta’s ‘contagious enthusiasm’.While results have been mixed for Arteta’s side with one league win in seven since taking over from Unai Emery in December, performances have improved.The north London club’s form in the FA Cup has been markedly better, seeing off Leeds and Bournemouth to progress to the fifth round of the competition – where they will face Portsmouth at Fratton Park.Brazilian international Luiz puts the change in mentality down to Arteta’s work ethic in training, which feeds through to the players.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTHe told Arsenal.com: ‘He knows football, he knows inside the pitch. He loves football, he loves to work, so this enthusiasm is contagious for everybody. Advertisementlast_img read more

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Eagles Middle School Tri-Meet Results

first_imgThe Jac-Cen-Del Junior High Cross Country teams hosted a three-way meet with Southwestern and Shawe on Wednesday (9/25). The JCD girls’ team finished second and the JCD boys team was incomplete. [email protected] of Eagles Coach Steve Narwold.last_img

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Buck: FFP rules go too far

first_img Chelsea insist they are on course to meet UEFA’s measures, having in 2011/2012 posted a small profit of £1.4million for the first time since Roman Abramovich’s takeover with the owner’s £166.6million loan converted into equity and as such leaving the club debt free. Buck, though, believes the issues over how the Premier League’s new financial restrictions are to be implemented leave a lot of unanswered questions, such as how massive sponsorship deals or naming rights are taken into account. “Football had a problem and football has a problem which is that there are some clubs who spend money they do not have,” Buck said at the Leaders in Football event, hosted by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. “We felt that football should do something from a rule-making perspective, but our approach was really financial stabilisation, in other words rules which would require clubs to pay their taxes and would not permit them to spend money they did not have. “The problem we have identified with Financial Fair Play is that it goes a long way to preserving the status quo, and one of the great things about football in this country is that if you are in last place in League Two, you can still hope that some day you will win the Premier League. That is now difficult if not impossible due to Financial Fair Play. “Financial Fair Play will now have to wrestle with issues like: are certain sponsorship agreements really bona fide? Insularly revenues, is it appropriate to put those into the equation? “We would have preferred something which really dealt with the issue of stabilisation regulations. “We feel that what we have is we had a broken finger, so we cut off the arm. “Having said that, Financial Fair Play at the UEFA level is in effect, we all want to play in UEFA competitions, so we will all do what we have to comply.” Buck continued: “It took us three or four years for us to realise we had to change our (business) model and be more frugal, more conservative and have a structure for the future. that is what we are doing now. “Hopefully for the long-term, we will be successful in breaking even or better “We will comply with UEFA’s form of Financial Fair Play, but we have a lot of work (to do) into that.” Chelsea are expected to make a sustained challenge for the Premier League title this season following the return of Jose Mourinho as manager. Buck revealed he was enjoying having the popular Portuguese coach back in the dugout. “This has been a very relaxed season for me to be honest, because we hired Jose back which is what our fans wanted,” he said. “I don’t have to explain to the fans who might come up to me on the Fulham Road asking, ‘Why is this player not playing?’ or ‘Why is this player playing?’ “We have the manager they want, and it is for him to do.” Press Association UEFA has already implemented its own financial controls aimed at stopping clubs spending more than they earn, with sanctions including a possible ban from European competition coming into effect from 2014 for those posting losses of more than £36million over three seasons. The English Premier League, meanwhile, is set to bring in regulations which prohibit a loss in excess of £105million aggregated across to 2015/2016, with restrictions on wage increases above a level of £52million and on up to £60million in those three seasons. Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck believes the Barclays Premier League’s Financial Fair Play regulations are like ‘cutting off an arm when you have a broken finger’.last_img read more

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Benteke double downs Canaries

first_img For the opening 20 minutes of this 4-1 win Villa were wretched, appearing every inch a side without a goal in their previous three matches and staring at a battle to beat the drop on the back of a miserable home record. Coming into the game only bottom club Fulham could boast worse form on home soil, so when Wes Hoolahan, a player Villa boss Paul Lambert tried to sign during the January transfer window, scored for Norwich inside three minutes the natives became restless. Press Association On the half-hour the visitors were fortunate not to find themselves down to 10 men as Alexander Tettey’s high studs raked the chest of Nathan Baker. Despite left-back Baker showing three lines of nasty red marks to fourth official Chris Foy as he waited to come back on following treatment, referee Anthony Taylor only handed Tettey a yellow card. Six minutes later Hoolahan could have had a second but was first denied by Guzan and then saw Fabian Delph clear his follow-up off the line. That was a critical moment because within five minutes the game was out of sight as far as Norwich were concerned. In the 37th minute Villa conjured a breathtaking breakaway as Gabriel Agbonlahor and Andreas Weimann combined to tee up Bacuna for a curled shot in off the post for his fifth goal since a summer move from FC Groningen. And just four minutes later the game was as good as over as Bassong turned into his own net from a Delph pull-back from the byline. It could have been 5-1 five minutes after the interval only for an unmarked Agbonlahor to head Delph’s cross into the grateful arms of Ruddy from six yards. Beyond that, aside from an 85th-minute fingertip save from Guzan to deny Hooper, the game petered out to its natural conclusion. The home fans gave Benteke a standing ovation when he was replaced by former Norwich striker Grant Holt 10 minutes from time, and deservedly so after the Belgian’s goals eased their fears. Villa are now up to 11th, seven points clear of the relegation zone, while Norwich remain four points clear of the bottom three. But the hosts quelled any unrest by hitting back in style, Benteke netting two in two minutes to rattle the Canaries, before a third by Leandro Bacuna and Sebastien Bassong’s own goal had Villa cruising at the break. Norwich’s early goal was superbly worked, a swift build-up culminating in Hoolahan playing in Gary Hooper who checked to see if he was onside – he was by a fraction – before playing a piercing ball into the area which was turned home on the slide by Hoolahan for his first goal for almost a year. What followed from Villa was a lack of ingenuity and passion, which resulted in boos and jeers filtering down from the stands. When Villa woefully failed to clear their lines in the 23rd minute, gifting Nathan Redmond an effort that was driven straight at Brad Guzan, you could sense the unease and restlessness growing. The fans had already voted with their feet, with the total of 30,303 representing their lowest in the league by some considerable margin this season. But the game turned on Benteke’s sensational 25th-minute strike. Taking a raking pass from skipper Ron Vlaar on his chest 15 yards from goal, Benteke acrobatically hooked the ball over his left shoulder, leaving marker Bassong standing and goalkeeper John Ruddy grasping at thin air. Just 150 seconds later the tide turned completely as from an Ashley Westwood corner Benteke rose above Bassong to power a close-range header beyond Ruddy for his 10th of the season Two-goal Christian Benteke again emerged Aston Villa’s hero to stave off a potential fan backlash and pile the pressure on Norwich manager Chris Hughton.last_img read more

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I thrive on the pressure – Poyet

first_img Press Association Gus Poyet admits he does not know if he could do his job without the pressure football brings. However, he insists he thrives under the pressure. He said: “I like pressure because it’s the way I have been brought up. When you are in Uruguay and when you play football and when you play for the national team, the pressure is there to win. “There is no other result, so it is part of my life. “Can I work without pressure? I don’t know – I have never done it so far. I have never played football or managed without pressure. “I suppose it would be nice, but maybe I would not be myself after because I don’t have the pressure. “I don’t know. It’s part of the game. I like it, I really like it.” Poyet remained coy over his team selection as he conducted his pre-match press conference, revealing that both key midfielder Lee Cattermole and January signing Jermain Defoe could be involved, but going little further. But he hinted that he might gamble on striker Defoe, just as Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone did, ultimately unsuccessfully, with Diego Costa ahead of last May’s Champions League final. The 47-year-old head coach this week took the unusual step of issuing an open letter to fans after demoralising defeats to QPR in the Barclays Premier League and Sky Bet League One Bradford in the FA Cup fifth round had been misinterpreted. Poyet finds himself in a difficult position heading into Saturday’s crucial home clash with West Brom, with the Black Cats having slipped to within two points of the relegation zone in which they were entrenched for much of last season. He said: “Last season’s Champions League final, Costa played 20 minutes. You would think if there’s a game in which you need a player like Costa on the pitch, it’s that game. “Then when he comes off after 20 minutes, it’s very easy to say that he shouldn’t have played. “But that’s too late.” West Brom boss Tony Pulis expects Poyet to send his Sunderland side out firing. While West Brom’s form has started to pick up since Pulis took charge early in January, the Black Cats have hit a potentially damaging slump. The Wearsiders have won just one of their last eight league games and are only two points above the relegation zone in 15th place. With five wins and just one defeat in eight games in all competitions under Pulis, West Brom appear to be heading in the opposite direction. But the head coach will take nothing for granted at the Stadium of Light this weekend. “We have watched them on two or three occasions,” said Pulis, whose side are two points above Sunderland in the table. “We watched the QPR game and in the second half they could have scored two or three goals. They had a sloppy first half then Gus looked at that. They really pulled it together and if they had got the breaks they could have easily got a result. “They are not far short of getting results. I have tremendous respect for Gus and that football club, so we will be prepared for what will be a tough battle.” Pulis would not necessarily be drawn on the issues concerning Poyet and the supporters, but is convinced the former Chelsea midfielder is a strong enough character to turn the situation around. He said: “Gus has got to do what Gus has got to do. We are all different. What Gus does is up to Gus and you have got to give him the respect he deserves as a tremendous player, while he has coached and managed and done very well. “He took Sunderland to a cup final last year, so he hasn’t done too bad. “He is straight as a die, whether you talk to him on the pitch or off it. He is a good football man, he knows the game. I have enjoyed his company when I have been with him. “It is a wonderful area – the north east is a very passionate area for the clubs. “The expectations are high up there and you have to live with that. Gus has been up there 18 months, two years, he will understand that now.” last_img read more

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Iceland Freezes England from Euro2016

first_imgAnd Hart was at fault in the 16th minute when allowed a shot from Kolbeinn Sigþórsson to trickle over the line.England – as they had in their previous matches – dominated possession but failed to create any clear cut chances.Rooney and Dele Alli had long-range shots but Sigurdsson came close to extending Iceland’s lead with an overhead kick that Hart parried on 53 minutes.Even the introduction of Jamie Vardy for Sterling midway through the second half failed to ignite England as they went down to one of the worst results in their history against the smallest country ever to qualify for the finals.ResultsItaly 2-0 Spain England 1-2 Iceland Q’final Fixtures Poland Vs Portugal Wales Vs Belgium Germany Vs Italy France Vs IcelandShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram England suffered a humiliating exit from Euro 2016 monday as the Three Lions lost 2-1 to Iceland in Nice.Skipper Wayne Rooney’s fifth-minute penalty after Raheem Sterling had been fouled gave England a dream start.But within 83 seconds Ragnar Sigurdsson prodded the ball past Joe Hart after a long throw had caused chaos.last_img read more

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