Manchester City ‘It’s unacceptable’ – Guardiola furious with Carabao Cup match ball Dejan Kalinic Last updated 2 years ago 08:19 10/25/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(14) Getty Images Manchester City Manchester City v Wolverhampton Wanderers League Cup Wolverhampton Wanderers Guardiola The match ball used in the Carabao Cup left Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola unhappy, despite his team’s win Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola labelled the match ball used in the Carabao Cup “unacceptable” after his side reached the quarter-finals.City, so dominant in the Premier League this season, were unable to find a breakthrough against Wolves on Tuesday, needing penalty shoot-out heroics from Claudio Bravo to progress after a 0-0 draw.City 8/11 to beat WBA and O2.5 goals Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Guardiola was unhappy with the Mitre match ball, which is usually used in Football League matches.”It is not acceptable. The ball was unacceptable for a high-level competition,” the Spaniard said.”It is too light, it moves all over the place, it is not a good ball. It is impossible to score with a ball like that and I can say that because we won, I’m not making excuses.”All of my players said, ‘What is that?’ I’m sorry [but the] Carabao Cup is not a serious ball for a serious competition.”It’s [for] marketing, money, OK but it’s not acceptable – [it has] no weight, nothing.”Bravo made saves from Alfred N’Diaye and Conor Coady in the shoot-out, sealing a 4-1 win on penalties for City.
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, December 8, 2017 – Nassau – The Department of Gender and Family Affairs, Ministry of Social Services and Urban Development hosted several activities to commemorate ‘National Women’s Week 2017’ being observed in The Bahamas November 26 through December 9. The activities reflect the progress of Bahamian women, celebrate their accomplishments and address social issues impacting them.The week incorporates the annual observance of National Women’s Day, November 26, with recognition of the 25th anniversary of that day. This year in The Bahamas, the observance has been extended an additional week. The theme for the week is “Strong Women. Strong Families. Strong Communities.”Among the activities were an awareness raising/report sharing session on The Bahamas’ Sixth Periodic Report to Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), November 28, and a special school assembly at Doris Johnson High School, November 29.Panelists in the CEDAW discussion were Ambassador Rhoda Jackson, Acting Permanent Secretary, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Marion Bethel, The Bahamas’ candidate for (CEDAW); Donna Nicolls, Bahamas Crisis Centre; and Deandra Cartwright, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.The event was attended by the Director of Gender and Family Affairs, Gaynel Curry; government officials, representatives of non-governmental organizations including Zonta Club of The Bahamas.CEDAW is an international treaty adopted in 1979 by the United Nations General Assembly. Described as an international bill of rights for women, it was instituted on September 3, 1981 and has been ratified by 189 states.In her remarks, Ms. Jackson said CEDAW is much more than a legal document to be discussed by policy makers and lawyers. S he said it represents a commitment by a Government to its people, which seeks full respect for the rights and dignity of women in the country, and is therefore an instrument that belongs to the people it is intended to protect.As The Bahamas celebrates the advances to protect women’s rights in the past two decades, Ms. Jackson urged those present to remember the shortcomings that still exist and give those areas priority.“One of the most notable inadequacies is the need for additional changes to The Bahamas’ Constitution relative to gender equality. This is paramount to fulfilling the Convention’s mandate to eliminate all forms of discrimination against women. As long as gender disparities exist, The Bahamas would not have lived up to the mandate the country pledged to uphold, when we signed onto CEDAW.“I am, therefore, pleased by the presence of representatives from civil society and public sector organizations here today. Public fora of this nature should be at the helm of the engagement process. The government should strive to continue ongoing dialogue and collaboration with national and international women’s organizations, schools, churches and religious groups, also, devising a plan for expansion of the role of the two latter groups. Educational campaigns that generate awareness of women’s issues and also the Convention will form an integral part of combating the ills that affect women, particularly since educational campaigns in schools will target both girls and boys, who are armed with useful instructions which become extremely meaningful as they become women and men,” she said.In her overview, Ms. Marion Bethel urged civil society groups to hold the government accountable for the advancement of the optional protocol tool of the CEDAW Convention, which allows improvements in human rights.Shonel Ferguson, MP for Fox Hill, addressed the special assembly at Doris Johnson Senior High. S he told the students that they can determine the path that they want their lives to take. She reminded them that they are created to succeed, designed to win and equipped to overcome. The assembly was attended by IDB representatives, Mrs. Patricia Minnis, wife of Prime Minister Hubert Minnis; senators and education officials. Photo Caption: Shonel Ferguson speaks at Doris Johnson Senior High School, celebrating National Women’s Week 2017.Release: BIS Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
WILMINGTON, MA — Below is a message from the Wilmington High School Touchdown Club:The Wilmington High School Boys Football Teams are currently looking for corporate sponsorships for their upcoming 2019 Football Season. We are hoping that you will support the team with a donation and/or sponsorship.Your support for the team will publicize your business while showing your commitment to the young athletes in our community. We will include your business on our Team t-shirts, your company name and logo will be featured on our website and Facebook page and a sponsorship banner will be displayed at every home Football game. The monies raised will help to support the boys’ high school Football team by paying for expenses not covered by the athletic budget and continue to provide scholarships to our deserving football players. This last graduating senior class recipients received $2000 in scholarships. The Touchdown club provides items throughout the season for the players, such as HUDL program for filming of games, hitting blocks, football camps, and head sets for the football coaches.We hope you will consider participating in our effort to raise funds for the Wilmington High School Football Team. Any level of donation or sponsorship would be gratefully appreciated. In order to get your business advertisement published for our upcoming season, we will need to receive your sponsorship by August 9, 2019. (The sponsorship form can be found HERE.) The football preseason begins on August 16th. If you have any questions or would like additional information feel free to call Nancy Roberts, WHS Touchdown Club President at 978-317-0909. Thank you in advance for your consideration.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Friday, August 9, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”1st Annual Cornhole Battle Of The WHS Football Alumni Set For September 21In “Community”Wilmington Band Parents Soliciting Business & Family Donors For 2019-2020 BannerIn “Community”