Cougars put Kootenay in deep freeze during weekend set in PG

first_imgThe Kootenay Ice ran its winless streak to eight after the Cariboo Cougars rocked the visitors by a combined 18-2 scored during B.C. Hockey Major Midget Hockey League action this past weekend at the CN Centre in Prince George.The Cougars, within one point of first place in league standings with an 8-2-0 record, opened with a 9-2 victory Saturday.Cariboo then completed the home ice sweep Sunday blasting the Ice 9-0.Cariboo opened the two-game set by jumping on the Ice, scoring four times in the opening frame.The Cougars continued to dominate the contest outscoring the Ice 2-1 in the second and 3-1 in the third.Tyler Povelofskie led the Cougars with four points, including a hat trick.Kenny Nordstrom added a pair for Cariboo. Kane Roberts of Castlegar and Ryan Neil from Fruitvale replied for Kootenay.Sunday Kootenay had a better start holding the Cougars to a 1-0 advantage after one frame on a shorthanded tally by Liam Blackburn.However, in the second Cariboo scored five times, including three markers from power plays, to take over the game.Cariboo finished the game with seven special teams goals — four on power plays.Povelofskie and Blackburn led the offence for Cariboo each finishing with two goals.Braiden Epp added three assists.Nelson’s Adam Maida and Harrison Whitlock of Fruitvale were the goalies for Kootenay.Kootenay returns home this weekend for a two-game set at the Cominco Arena in Trail against Thompson Blazers.The Blazers have one win in 10 games this season.Game time Saturday is 8 p.m.Sunday the puck drops at 9:45 a.m.last_img read more

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Cavs owner gets ‘vile’ voicemails after LeBron’s ‘bum’ tweet

first_imgFILE – In this July 26, 2017, file photo, Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert answer questions during an NBA basketball news conference at the team’s training facility in Independence, Ohio. Gilbert says he received “vile, disgusting” voicemails after LeBron James called President Donald Trump “a bum” on Twitter. (AP Photo/Phil Long, File)CLEVELAND — Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert received “vile, disgusting” voicemails after LeBron James called President Donald Trump a “bum” on Twitter.Gilbert said he was flooded with phone messages when the NBA’s most celebrated player criticized Trump for rescinding a White House invitation to Golden State’s Stephen Curry to honor the team’s NBA championship.ADVERTISEMENT DAY6 is for everybody How to help the Taal evacuees Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson LATEST STORIES This week, James said he did not regret his comment about Trump.“Me and my friends call me that all the time,” James said during a news conference on media day. “I’m not his friend, though. He’s not my friend. No, when I woke up and saw what he said about Steph Curry. First of all, it’s so funny because it’s like you inviting me to your party, right? As a matter of fact, it’s not like you invited me.“It’s almost, like, ’Hey, I’m not going to be able to make it. I’m not coming and then you would be like, ‘LeBron, guess what? You’re not invited.’ I wasn’t coming anyways, so that was funny to me when I woke up and saw that. So, my first initial response was, you bum.”James also commended NFL players for protesting after Trump said owners should fire any players who kneel during the national anthem.Gilbert has ties to Trump, from his Quicken Loans mortgage lending company donating $750,000 to the president’s inauguration party. But Gilbert said in a statement this week that he supports both political parties.ADVERTISEMENT FEU rolls to 3rd straight win, routs UP “I received voicemails after LeBron tweeted that were some of the most vile, disgusting, racist,” Gilbert said on Friday on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”“There’s an element of racism that I didn’t even realize existed in this country this much.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogGilbert said he had not told James about the voicemails. He called the comments unnerving.“And you could hear it in their voice — the racism,” Gilbert said. “It wasn’t even really about the issue, and that’s what really got me, because they went to who they really are, some of them.” Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide MOST READ Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson View comments “Our interests are in the policies at the federal level, and not the politics surrounding the elections,” he said. “We have often supported both political parties in the same election so that we have the ability to impact positive change, regardless of who occupies the offices.“Our focus with any office-holder or politician is about the communication of the still substantial needs of our former rust-belt cities that are now finally beginning the road to recovery and growth that other parts of America have been experiencing for a long period of time.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’last_img read more

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Showdown unfolds at Eccles Health Centre

first_img– as REO refuses to pay contractor for botched work– visit reveals property now dumping groundTrouble is brewing between the Region Four Regional Democratic Council and a contractor, Vision’s General Construction Services, over the already delayed Eccles Health Centre, with Regional Democratic Council (RDC) officials demanding the contractor do the work according to stipulations and the contractor demanding payment for work already done. Region Four Executive Officer (REO) Pauline Lucas has indicated at the statutory monthly meeting of the Region Four RDC that she would continue to stand her ground when confronting issues with contractors of the region.Speaking on the $27 million Eccles Health Centre project, Lucas said the contractor, Vision’s General Construction Services, had previously been informed that the wrong roofing material had been used on the centre and that this would have to be corrected before he can be paid.In spite of all this, Lucas reported, the contractor still requested a payment, as he claimed he had “done some additional work.” But with a change in the engineering department of the RDC, a new engineer is expected to verify the status of several issues with the contract, including this supposedly additional work.As such, the REO noted, no payment would be made unless the work is verified by an engineer.“It was brought to my attention that some of the previous evaluations done by the previous engineer were wrong, and this was only brought to my attention after (the new engineer) took over the project,” REO Lucas declared.Lucas also noted that when the engineer who was previously responsible for the project departed, he did not hand over all the documents. These documents include the complete Bill of Quantities for the projects.She stressed that this has resulted in current Engineer Eon Austin encountering a number of challenges and difficulties. The REO revealed that the Region has placed some systems in place in an effort to rectify this situation.“I don’t want, at any stage, that we would have overpaid any contractor, as I have a responsibility and I will ensure that I maintain my position. I have made my position clear to the contractor — that he cannot receive any additional payment until he fixes the roof and the engineer would have reviewed and certified the work done,” REO said.The matter has been compounded, according to Lucas, by the fact that the Health Centre was supposed to be completed by the end of June. But despite being granted extensions, Lucas related, the contractor has still failed to complete the project.This publication paid a visit to the construction location over the weekend, where it was evident that others had found unsavoury uses for the long overdue site. Animals could be seen roaming in the yard, and the location was being used for illegal garbage dumping.The contract for the health centre was signed in 2015, but the project, expected to serve some 15,000 residents in the area, has experienced numerous delays. Overpayments to contractors have plagued successive regional administrations. In the 2016 Auditor General’s Report, it was found that overpayments on 98 contracts administered by various Ministries, departments and Regions in 2016 amounted to $82.6 million.last_img read more

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Sports briefs

first_imgPORTLAND, Ore. – Derek Raivio scored 28 points and Gonzaga earned a spot in the NCAA tournament with a 77-68 victory over Santa Clara in the West Coast Conference championship game Monday night. Top-seeded Gonzaga (23-10) has been to the NCAA tournament the past eight years. It ended early for four-time champion Doug Swingley, the Lincoln, Mont., musher who withdrew after being injured in a spill on a slick and icy hill a few miles before the Rainy Pass checkpoint, just two days into the race from Anchorage to Nome. Race officials said Swingley, 53, may have broken ribs and possibly dislocated a thumb. Drifting opener postponed The 2007 D1 Grand Prix drifting opener, which had been scheduled for this Saturday at Irwindale Speedway, has been postponed because the Japanese organization had trouble transporting the competitors’ cars to Southern California, track spokesman Kevin O’Brien said. The series held its two previous openers at Irwindale. The track and event organizers are working on finding a new date. Penguins may leave town PITTSBURGH – The Penguins moved a step closer to leaving Pittsburgh by declaring an impasse in their new arena negotiations with state and local leaders and saying they actively will pursue relocation. The breakdown in arena talks came only three days after Gov. Ed Rendell said he felt an agreement was close. It also increases the possibility the Penguins will be playing in Kansas City next season. Restraining order revoked OAKLAND – A restraining order against former University of California football star Marshawn Lynch was revoked after the running back proved he never was notified of the court hearing. Alameda County Superior Court Judge Leo Dorado on Friday rescinded the order he originally granted in January to a woman who accused Lynch of choking, slapping and sexually assaulting her. Globe writer suspended BOSTON – The Boston Globe suspended veteran sports writer Ron Borges amid accusations he plagiarized part of a football column from another reporter. The Globe’s editor, Martin Baron, said in a story posted on the newspaper’s Web site that Borges had included in his football notes column last Sunday material written by Mike Sando, a reporter for The News Tribune of Tacoma, Wash. Shaq slated for reality show LOS ANGELES – Shaquille O’Neal will be taking a shot at a TV reality show focused on childhood obesity and health. The ABC summer series will feature the Miami Heat star and his effort to help Florida schoolchildren lose weight, officials said. Illinois players get booted URBANA, Ill. – Illinois football players Jody Ellis and Derrick McPhearson – accused of stealing wallets, cell phones and laptop computers – were kicked off the team just hours after pleading not guilty to felony burglary and theft charges. The wide receivers were arrested Friday night after police found suspected stolen wallets, cell phones, electronic devices and at least six laptop computers inside Ellis’ car. Duke lacrosse team No. 1 DURHAM, N.C. – Nearly a year after its season was canceled amid rape allegations against three players, Duke’s lacrosse team topped the national rankings for the first time in school history Monday. The Blue Devils (3-0) received six of 10 first-place votes in the USILA coaches poll to move past Georgetown for the top spot, and also reached No. 1 in the Nike/Inside Lacrosse media poll with 13 of 16 first-place votes. Nino-Romero suspended LAS VEGAS – The first boxer in Nevada history to test positive for methamphetamine after a fight was suspended for nine months and fined $18,750 by regulators. The ruling means Omar Nino-Romero won’t be able to fight in the United States during the term of the suspension. Notables NFL: Quarterback Kerry Collins re-signed with Tennessee as the backup to Vince Young … Brad Johnson signed a contract with Dallas, which wanted a veteran quarterback to team up with Tony Romo … Denver and running back Travis Henry have reached an agreement on a five-year deal with $12 million in guaranteed bonuses … Wide receiver Ashley Lelie signed a two-year contract with San Francisco. From staff, wire reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! CHICAGO – The Chicago Bears reached a preliminary agreement to trade running back Thomas Jones to the New York Jets for a second-round draft pick. Jones rushed for 1,210 yards and six touchdowns in helping the Bears reach the Super Bowl. The 28-year-old Jones must pass a physical and agree to a contract extension before the deal is complete. Swingley out of Iditarod NIKOLAI, Alaska – The 1,100-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is living up to its reputation as a tough, bruising race. center_img The Bulldogs, who finished the regular season one game ahead of Santa Clara, have won eight of the last nine WCC tournaments. Bears set to trade Jones last_img read more

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Reports – Newcastle, Tottenham and West Ham eye former Chelsea striker

first_img1 Newcastle and West Ham are both considering a move to resign Demba Ba – and Spurs are also in the hunt, according to reports in Turkey.The Besiktas striker enjoyed memorable spells with both Premier League sides before he joined Chelsea in 2013.Ba hit seven goals in just 12 Premier League outings during a five-month spell for the Hammers.He then joined Newcastle where he maintained that form, scoring 29 Premier League goals in 54 appearances.And now, according to NTV Spor in Turkey, both Premier League clubs are considering January moves for the 29-year-old hotshot.But they will both face competition from Tottenham, who are also tracking Ba, who has scored 10 goals in 14 games for his new club since arriving during the summer.Besiktas paid Chelsea £4.7m to sign the forward back in July and, according to these reports, they would want double that if they were consider selling him in January. Besiktas’ Demba Ba last_img read more

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Arsenal defence ‘too tender’ in defeat to Stoke, admits Wenger

first_imgArsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted his side were “too tender” in defence as Stoke thanked their rapid start for a remarkable 3-2 victory at the Britannia Stadium.The boss was again forced to juggle his back line with Laurent Koscielny, Nacho Monreal and number one goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny all missing through injury.It meant Wenger handed rookie stopper Damian Martinez only his fourth Premier League appearance of the season, while Calum Chambers filled in at centre-back with 19-year-old right-back Hector Bellerin also starting.And the makeshift defence was torn apart in the opening half, Peter Crouch giving the Potters the lead after only 19 seconds, with former Barcelona forward Bojan and Jonathan Walters also scoring to open up a 3-0 half-time lead.Arsenal improved after the break and the comeback looked to be on with two quick-fire goals from Santi Cazorla and Aaron Ramsey, but the resurgence came too late to claim a share of the points.Chambers’ late sending-off for a second yellow card only added to the visitors’ task, and Mark Hughes’ side eventually held on to secure a deserved three points.“Stoke started very strong, you have to give them credit for that, and we were not decisive enough defensively,” said Wenger.“We gave them a really good present [for the first goal] and from then on it was difficult for us.“We put a lot of energy into the game and in the second half we had good opportunities to come back, but unfortunately we couldn’t do that“We were too tender at the back from the start and when we eventually began to respond it was too late.“We were a bit too inexperienced in defence because we couldn’t play Koscielny or Monreal and with Wojciech being out as well we were maybe a bit too soft to cope against them.“I feel we were a bit unlucky because the third goal was a foul on the corner, but still we were not good enough defensively today.”The Frenchman also defended his decision to start Danny Welbeck on the bench, with the England forward – who has scored 11 goals for club and country this season – making a telling contribution when he replaced the under-siege Bellerin at half-time.He added: “Danny has played a lot and he could have played today from the start, but he had a little groin problem and I rotated a little bit because I wanted to give him a breather.“I had to respond at half-time, unfortunately, but he looked ok.“We have three or four strikers here and [Alexis] Sanchez has played every game, he has to dig deep now in every game, so at some stage you have to rest the players.”last_img read more

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Solo practice or big law firm? Each has its advantages

first_imgQuestion: Do most lawyers practice in law firms? Isn’t the romantic notion of being a “solo” overstated? – L.S., Redondo Beach Answer: There are about 1 million attorneys nationwide in private practice. Statistics show they divide almost evenly into two groups: Those who practice on their own (solo), and those who practice with others in a firm. I was with a large firm at one time, and a modest-sized firm as well. Each has good aspects, but for me neither was the best fit. I have greater autonomy as a sole practitioner and relish the control that I can exercise over my practice. Yes, there is quite a bit to do as a sole practitioner to keep up with the work flow and administrative responsibilities. There are also concerns that judges, if not clients, potential clients, insurance carriers, and lawyers at law firms, all have a bit of skepticism about sole practitioners. The impression may be that we cannot do the job as well because we are a “one person band,” or that it is much harder for us to keep up, or not possible for us to bear the heavy expense and time of a particularly demanding case. Clients want an army, or at least a small cadre, not just one person. In fact, I never was quite sure how Perry Mason managed to have innocent client after innocent client, let alone be in trial so often, and still remain impeccably cool. Of course, that was television. The bottom line for me is that being my own boss works. Some of the most talented and impressive lawyers that I have dealt with in 29 years are “solos.” But sole practice is not for everyone. Being a lawyer lends itself to many different kinds of arrangements, including with a firm, or with the government, or with a company, or on your own. It’s nice to have choices. Q: I want an honest answer – you are handling a case in which certain documents will ruin your client’s position. As part of the exchange of information (which I have learned is called “discovery”), those very records are requested. Do you turn them over, or do you find a way to keep them from the other side? – A.W., Rancho Palos Verdes A: If there is a legitimate basis to object to production of certain information (such as documents), then that objection can be made. If the objection should be challenged, the other side can press forward in court to seek to overcome it and get the records. Remember, however, that what is provided in the discovery phase of a case is by no means what is deemed admissible at trial. The scope of discovery is much broader than admissibility. So, let’s assume those records are in fact produced. There still may be issues as to whether or not they come into play at trial, in whole or in part. In either event, it is not permissible to conceal or destroy information requested in the discovery phase of a case and to which the other side is rightfully entitled just because that may “assist” the client. The consequences of doing so could be at least as bad for the client, if not the lawyer as well. Service members and the Supreme Court It may surprise you to read that although criminal defendants are allowed to request that the U.S. Supreme Court review their cases in any number of instances, members of the military who are court-martialed do not have that right. Effort is being renewed. Two years ago, Susan A. Davis (a member of Congress from San Diego), introduced legislation to expand military appeal rights. While the bill did not advance – in fact it was opposed by even the Department of Defense – there is some hope it will fare better this year. The legislation has real support, such as from the American Bar Association and the Military Officers Association. It will be of interest to see how this issue plays out in our Congress. Ron Sokol is a Manhattan Beach-based attorney with 29 years of experience who has arbitrated and mediated many cases. His column appears each Wednesday. E-mail questions and comments to him at RonSEsq@aol.com or mail to him at Ask The Lawyer, Daily Breeze, 5215 Torrance Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503-4077. This column is a summary of the law, and not a substitute for legal consultation on any particular case.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Spurs to play this team against Saints and convince Lloris they’re on the right track?

first_img1 Hugo Lloris could be back for Tottenham against Southampton Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says goalkeeper Hugo Lloris “is close” to a first team return.Spurs’ medical team will assess the Frenchman, who has been out injured, before the trip to Southampton, which is Pochettino’s first visit since leaving his role there for the White Hart Lane job.Tottenham have five games left of the season to finish strongly and convince Lloris they are on the right track in terms of qualifying for the Champions League. In recent days he has been linked with a move away from the club, but Pochettino quickly dismissed the rumours.“[Lloris] is happy here and wants to reach the Champions League with Tottenham, that is his dream,” he said.FAN REACTION TO LLORIS’ POSSIBLE DEPARTUREElsewhere, Kyle Walker is out and the boss may opt for the same XI who beat Newcastle, with right-back DeAndre Yedlin in reserve.Erik Lamela was poor in that 3-1, but he and Ryan Mason were quick enough to break in the dying moments of the game to combine and set up Harry Kane to score his 20th goal of the season. Do you agree with the XI? 1last_img read more

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Arsene Wenger unsure whether Mesut Ozil can handle criticism at Arsenal

first_img1 Arsene Wenger admits he is unsure whether Mesut Ozil can deal with the responsibility of being a leading light in his Arsenal side.The German World Cup winner has been criticised in recent months for a perceived inability to take a game by the scruff of the neck.Ozil was once again on the periphery last weekend as Tottenham secured a 2-0 win over their local rivals, leaving Arsenal’s top-four hopes hanging by a thread as Wenger refuses to announce whether he will stay at the club beyond the end of the season.The 28-year-old Ozil defended himself in a recent interview where he insisted he shows a “good attitude”.He also told goal.com: “Expectations on me were very high everywhere, because I am a player who can make the difference. You have to deal with that.”But Wenger conceded ahead of Sunday’s meeting with Manchester United that his club-record signing may be affected by any criticisms.“Overall the big players get more criticised than the others,” the Frenchman said of Ozil.“I believe last Sunday (against Tottenham) to just criticise Mesut Ozil’s performance does not reflect exactly what happened on the pitch.“His style is more fluid, less aggressive but it doesn’t mean you want it less than others. Big players have to carry the responsibility of the team. People look at it like that.”Asked if it suited Ozil to have such responsibility, Wenger replied: “I don’t know. I’m not sure.“I think he embraces the challenge to play big games. Does he embrace the challenge to be criticised? I’m not sure.“We want to respond on Sunday by a good performance and that’s the best thing we can do. Does he like to be criticised? I’m not sure.”Ironically, it was in the home clash against United last season where Ozil showed just how good he can be when everything clicks.The former Real Madrid man was in scintillating form as he and team-mate Alexis Sanchez carved United apart, scoring three goals between them in the opening 20 minutes of an impressive victory.Ozil will be hoping for a similar outcome this weekend, especially as he comes up against his old boss at Madrid, Jose Mourinho.In his new autobiography, Ozil has revealed how the Portuguese labelled him a ‘coward’ during a dressing room argument – and Wenger admits he has had his own chats with the player since his arrival at the Emirates Stadium.“Yes he needs,” Wenger replied when asked if Ozil needs tough love.“We had some good conversations with him as well you know but he has not necessarily had time to write (about them in) the book so you don’t know about it. I don’t tell you what I tell them.“At the end of the day you want all your players to be at their best in every single game so when they don’t achieve that of course you are frustrated but we all played football.“We know we are only human beings and you have to accept the ups and downs.”Ozil, whose contract expires next summer, kicked a door in frustration having been selected for a drugs test following the defeat at Spurs, something Wenger claimed shows he cares for Arsenal.Now the five-time German Player of the Year needs to show it on the pitch at a time when his club, and his manager, need it most. The German World Cup winner’s form has been scrutinised in recent months last_img read more

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‘I DON’T WANT MY SEASON TO END’ SAYS SEAMUS COLEMAN

first_imgKILLYBEGS Premiership star Seamus Coleman has said he doesn’t want his season to end.The 22-year-old told the Liverpool Echo that he is living in dreamland after a superb seven months for Everton.And he says he was amazed to discover he was nominated as young player of the year in the EPL. “I was at home and my dad phoned to tell me to look on the PFA website,” says Coleman in an interview with the Liverpool Echo.“I was delighted. The first thing I did was ring my brother and I couldn’t wait to spill it.“I wasn’t expecting it at the beginning of the year, it would never have been on my mind.“It was just nice to be mentioned among those names. I was scrolling the web page looking at the other lads nominated with me and it was sinking in.” Coleman has scored six goals from 35 appearances so far this season after being deployed on the right wing by Moyes, but he continues to take inspiration from Everton’s flying left-back.“It’s unbelievable how many assists Baines has got,” he says.“He’s the perfect role model if I go back to right back. A solid defender who is excellent going forward. He’s fit and fast and some of the crosses he puts in are inch perfect, he lands them flush on people’s heads. Advertisement “He has everything a full back needs and I look up to him. Watching him in training is an education, I learn from it all the time.”Now Coleman is hoping players like Osman and Baines will carry their form into the late season’s acid test, as they make the short trip up the M62 to play Man Utd this weekend to take on a side most of his school friends supported.“A lot of my mates at school were United fans. It was half United and half Liverpool,” says Coleman.“Old Trafford has got a special excitement for me. The first fixture I look out for already is the derby but the United game is next. I was on the bench at Old Trafford last year and it was great there. The lights were on and the atmosphere was amazing. Advertisement “I’ve played at a few good stadiums since I broke into the team but United’s would be up there among the best. I’d love it if I got some game time against them.”If Everton can become the first Toffees side to beat United at Old Trafford in 19 years, it will leave them eight games un beaten – but Coleman is as frustrated as anyone that this form has come too late for a top four challenge.“It would have been better at the start of the season obviously, and then something we could keep going and winning games,” he says. “We wish it had come earlier, but it hasn’t and we just need to make sure it lasts until the season is over now.“If we knew what to do to stop a slow start we’d have done it this summer. I can’t put my finger on it. It’s not like we go out and think we’ll have a slow start – the intention is to win every game. But we are determined to keep this momentum going and take it into the start of the next one.” Advertisement ‘I DON’T WANT MY SEASON TO END’ SAYS SEAMUS COLEMAN was last modified: April 22nd, 2011 by gregShare 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:donegaldailyEverton FCKillybegsseamus colemanlast_img read more

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