Jones is reported to have travelled standard class from Edinburgh to Manchester on Sunday, watching Manchester United take on Chelsea at Old Trafford before later continuing his journey to London.It is claimed Jones faced both physical and verbal abuse from others on the train and the Australian says he will review his future transport arrangements.”I try and do the right thing by the fans but if that happens then you’ve got to have a look at your own safety,” said Jones. “I never knock back a request for a selfie unless I’m racing to somewhere. I did a lot.”For me to travel on public transport, I thought was OK. I’m a human being. I don’t consider myself any different from anyone else. But I’ll make sure I won’t in future. It’s as simple as that. I can’t, because it was shown on Sunday what happens when I do.”That’s the world we live in. It wasn’t comfortable. It was a bit of both [physical and verbal]. After a loss, no I wouldn’t [catch a train again]. It’s part of the challenge.”When I came to England, I knew there were going to be challenges. As an Australian coaching England, there were always going to be challenges and that’s just one of them.”Asked whether he was surprised by the incident, Jones added: “Massively, but that’s the world we live in.”I don’t want to get into it, guys. I don’t want to make a big deal about it. It’s over and done with. We march on – we’ve got a game against France.”England face France in Paris on March 10. Photo Getty Images. Caption: England coach Eddie Jones
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Women empowerment in Guyana had seen a sizable increase over the past year, ever since a new movement was launched to target the need for equality among all.This was according to the coordinator of SASOD Women’s Arm Guyana (SWAG), Akola Thompson, who noted that the foundation has significantly impacted the visibility of LBT (Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender) women and has provided a voice for many who are discriminated against in society.“So far, we have really promoted the visibility of LBT women and that’s not something that has been happening a lot. For a long time, you never really saw a lot of LBT women in public spaces and that is a thing that has been significantly changing,” Thompson stated.Through the movement, numerous empowerment sessions were conducted with women in various communities across Guyana; an activity which they hope to increase as time progresses.“Since the launching of SWAG, we have begun monthly empowerment sessions also aimed at providing community orientation for our community members and these are some things that we’re hoping to continue and also expand into other regions as the time goes by. We recognise that advocacy is largely sensitised and sensualised and we need to have more spaces in communities that do not have the same access as Georgetown.” To further eliminate acts of violence against women through sensitisation, SWAG will be partnering with a number of organisations, including the Centre for Environmental Data Analysis (CEDA).“CEDA committee had recommended enacting antidiscrimination legislation that includes the prohibition of all forms of discrimination against women. So far, none of this has happened and we’re calling on Government to personally repeal discriminatory laws and practices and to put in more mechanisms in strengthening and supporting LBT persons in the community,” Thompson stated.Since the launch of the organisation on Women’s Day 2017, outreaches were conducted with LGT women to address the issues of violence and discrimination that they face on a daily basis.It was revealed that these discussions will continue in the coming months to spread more awareness to promote equality.
Exclusive – ‘Hodgson revolutionised Swiss football, he must be given time to do the same with England’
Former Switzerland international Ramon Vega has told talkSPORT the FA must give Roy Hodgson time to become a success as England boss.Hodgson has so far been unable to bring the best out of his Three Lions side during his two years as manager, having failed to register a win at the summer’s World Cup.But ex-Tottenham defender Vega says the former Liverpool chief revolutionised Swiss football during his three years in charge of the national side, from everything to the first-team set-up to their academy system.And he believes Hodgson should be given the time and the freedom to do the same with England.“Switzerland are on the football map because of Roy, they are where they are today because of him,” Vega told Drivetime.“When Hodgson took charge Switzerland didn’t really exist in the football world, everyone in the country was just talking about cuckoo clocks, chocolate and banking.“But now we’ve got some quality players who are playing abroad, while our youth team won the Under-17 World Cup in 2009.“The most important part of Roy’s time as boss is that he put a proper academy structure in place from the bottom to the top.“That’s why today we’ve got a lot of youth players coming into the first team.“I think England should look into that and do something similar and I think Roy is on his way to doing that, but the question is whether he is given the time to do it properly.”
0Shares0000Unbeatable: Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea was in superb form against Tottenham at Wembley © IKIMAGES/AFP / Ian KINGTONLONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 13 – David De Gea said the “real Manchester United” had been on show after his brilliant goalkeeping display secured a 1-0 win over Tottenham at Wembley on Sunday.Victory gave Ole Gunnar Solskjaer his sixth successive win in all competitions, and fifth in a row in the Premier League, as United’s caretaker manager since replacing the sacked Jose Mourinho. It also meant the former United striker had broken the record of the legendary Matt Busby, who won his first five games as the Old Trafford club’s manager.Marcus Rashford scored the only goal shortly before half-time but credit for the win belonged primarily to De Gea whose 11 saves were the most he had made in a top-flight match without conceding a goal.But the 28-year-old played down his contribution to United’s latest victory, a win that saw them draw level on points with fifth-placed Arsenal and instead praised the “happiness” Solskjaer has brought to the dressing room.“We won the game against a top team, we controlled the first half but in the second half they had chances,” De Gea told Sky Sports.“I was feeling very well with the first two saves, it was a great game. I don’t even remember some of the saves so I can’t pick a best.“The manager brought some happiness, the players are playing well and the team is very strong now.“This is the real Manchester United.”Meanwhile, Rashford was in no doubt about how much De Gea had done against a Tottenham side who remained nine points adrift of league leaders Liverpool.“It’s a good responsibility to be the main striker but everyone has chipped in,” said Rashford. “It was the keeper (who won us the game) today.”Meanwhile Tottenham defender Ben Davies said Mauricio Pochettino’s men should not be disheartened by a defeat that was largely down to De Gea’s ‘dream match’ between the posts.“David de Gea has pulled off three or four brilliant saves, and on another day, they go in,” Davies said.“It is disappointing but it wasn’t the worst performance. The boys up front are slotting them away most weeks, but today it wasn’t their day.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
“So far, the UEFA competitions are a sensible supplement to our core product, which is, and will remain, the Bundesliga,” Peters told German tabloid Bild.“Anything that could harm the status of the Bundesliga is not something I am going to agree to. We have to defend ourselves against it.”The Wall Street Journal reported last week that UEFA and the European Clubs Association (ECA) were to discuss reforms that would radically change the way European club football is structured.According to a further report in Bild this weekend, Juventus president Andrea Agnelli presented concrete proposals at a meeting of UEFA and the ECA in Nyon, Switzerland last Tuesday.Agnelli, who is also the current president of the ECA, is said to have outlined an ‘explosive’ plan to bring all UEFA competitions into a coherent league system when the next Champions League cycle comes to an end in 2024.The plan would reportedly see the Champions League reorganised into four groups of eight teams, with the top four of each group qualifying for a knockout round.Teams who finished bottom of their group would be relegated into a second tier, formed out of what is currently the Europa League.The format would effectively end the traditional arrangement by which clubs qualify for European competition via their domestic leagues.– ‘Absolutely unacceptable’ –Bild described the plans as “the introduction of a European Super League via the back door”.There was further criticism from Georg Pangl, general secretary of the Association of European Professional Football Leagues.“If these reports are true, and I have no doubt they are, then the Champions League would become a closed circle from 2024,” Pangl told Bild.“It would be more or less the same 32 top clubs each year, without the champions of the national leagues getting a chance to qualify. That would be absolutely unacceptable.”Earlier this week, Spanish league (LFP) president Javier Tebas also distanced himself from the proposals, and insisted that La Liga would not change its schedule to accomodate weekend Champions League fixtures.“We are not going to stop playing at the weekend,” said Tebas at a campaign launch on Friday.“I can also guarantee that La Liga will have 20 clubs for the next 20 years.”“What worries me is that the directors of these big clubs don’t realise the harm that they will be doing to their clubs,” he said.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The UEFA Champions League is reportedly on the brink of a dramatic reform. © AFP / Fabrice COFFRINIBERLIN, Germany, Mar 23 – The vice-president of the German Football league (DFL) has spoken out against an alleged plan by Europe’s top clubs to dramatically reform the UEFA Champions League.DFL boss Peter Peters said that the Bundesliga would have to defend itself in the wake of reports that Europe’s top competition could be transformed by the introduction of weekend fixtures and a tiered system with relegation and promotion.
Everton v Liverpool is live on talkSPORT at 1.30pm on Sunday 4 October.There are HUGE games this weekend, beginning with the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park.INGS RELISHING FIRST DERBY GAMEEverton manager Roberto Martinez thinks the visitors, with the money they have spent are favourites to win, while his opposite number Brendan Rodgers insists he is not worried about his future.So which game are you most excited about? 1 Fans are eagerly awaiting the reveal of the Premier League fixture list
Watch this incredible video above, which shows Donegal girl Jennifer Doherty fly a plane, even though she’s blind!Jennifer shows that just because you’re disabled doesn’t mean you can’t fulfil your dreams. The video is truly inspirational, and in the video clip Jennifer explains why she partook in the daunting challenge of flying a plane.In the video, Jennifer who works in the Donegal Centre for Independent Living, says, “I wants the people of Donegal to help support our organisation, who strive every day to promote inclusion, choice and control amongst disabled people and our community.“But like many disability groups we need to raise funds, but we strongly believe in doing it in a way that promotes a positive image of disabled people, we want to create a positive perception not a charitable one.Former Finn Harps legend Shane Bradley also makes an appearance in the video and he’s on hand to support Jennifer as she undertook her challenge. To watch simply click play on the video above, and enjoy.This will really brighten up your day! 🙂 DDTV: TAKING TO THE SKIES IS ‘PLANE’ EASY FOR BLIND DONEGAL WOMAN was last modified: October 15th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BlinddonegalFeaturesJennifer Dohertynewsplanewoman
Minister Paschal Donohoe launches the Aer Lingus service this afternoon. Pic Donegal Daily.Aer Lingus Regional has made its first flight on its brand new service to Donegal.The service, operated by Stobart Air, flew its first flight from Dublin Airport this morning.The airline will operate twice daily return flights, seven days a week. Stobart Air successfully tendered for the Public Service Obligation (PSO) contract last November.Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe was aboard the airline’s inaugural flight.Minister Donohoe said the new route is will provide “an essential link between Donegal and the capital”.He revealed how there were 199,000 foreign visitors to Donegal in 2013 and they spent €128 million. Passengers can now book flights from Donegal to the US and avail of the US immigration pre-clearance facilities at Dublin. It’s also hoped the route will increase tourism numbers in the northwest and along the Wild Atlantic Way.Anne Bonner, Managing Director of Donegal Airport, said the new route will provide an “essential air service for the people of Donegal and enable the region to access business and tourism markets that were otherwise difficult to access”.Aer Lingus Regional will also operate a new Donegal to Glasgow service, with up to four flights per week.Dinny McGinley TD says the daily flights between Dublin and Donegal are a tremendous boost to the people of Donegal, to businesses in the area and to tourism prospects.“Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, have won the PSO (Public Service Obligation) route from Donegal and they will fly twice daily return flights seven days a week year round. “Stobart Air know the route, they were there before and I wish them every success.“Donegal, along with Kerry are the only two airports who have retained the valuable PSO link. This is extremely important in maintaining connectivity between Dublin and Donegal, and in allowing people from Donegal to travel further afield with ease.“The awarding of the PSO to Stobart Air for the Donegal route is concrete recognition of the Government’s commitment to regional and peripheral areas.”AER LINGUS LAUNCHES ITS NEW DAILY FLIGHTS TO DUBLIN was last modified: February 2nd, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:aer lingusDonegal AirportMinister Paschal Donohoe
GAA News: Naomh Columba C.L.G.Our ladies played host to Buncrana on sunday last in the Junior A Championship, The girls battled hard but lost out to a much stronger team.Our Mens Teams were on the road away to Termon on Sunday last, Both teams fought hard but came away empty handed both teams look forward to the coming weeks football fixtures, Our Seniors have another away game to St Nauls on Wednesday evening Throw in time is 8pm in Mountcharles.The U12 final will be played this Saturday at 7pm in Fintra, Best of luck to the boys and girls.U12 Training thursday at 6pm.Going to press there is no other Confirmed fixtures but keep an eye on facebook and twitter for all the updates as and when they happenWe also wish Declan McGuire a speedy recovery and thanks to the Termon club for their assistance and help on Sunday.Well done to the Donegal senior team and management on beating Derry in Ulster Semi final.Hard luck to the 2 Philips and the County minors who lost out to a strong Derry side on Saturday evening.Our Lotto Continues to grow, this week the jackpot hits €8,500 so please support it.Clg Naomh Columba Minor Board and The Ladies Board proudly present their annual 10K.Taking place the 26th of July 2015The race starts at 2pm with registration taking place from 1pm at the old school in Carrick.The race starts in Carrick and Finishes 10 kilometres later at Pairc na Geal.Refreshments will be served afterwards at the Club house, Hot showers and shuttle bus service will be available on the day also….All proceeds go towards the Clg Naomh Columba Minor board and Ladies board.. So get those Running Shoes dusted off and get ready to support our football Stars of the future.Orders for tickets to the Ulster Final against Monaghan are now being taken please order via text only to Martin Carr on 0876797995GAA NEWS: NAOMH COLUMBA WISH DECLAN MCGUIRE A SPEEDY RECOVERY AFTER NASTY INJURY AGAINST TERMON was last modified: June 30th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAANaomh Columba CLGNoticesSport