Sign up to our free sport newsletter for all the latest news on everything from cycling to boxing Sign up to our free sport email for all the latest news Gloucester head coach George Skivington has sympathised with crisis club Worcester over the “horrendous” situation Warriors find themselves in. Worcester have been suspended from all competitions with immediate effect and placed into administration, which could also mean relegation. Warriors failed to meet a Rugby Football Union deadline requesting proof of insurance cover and funding for the club’s monthly payroll. Twickenham bosses also wanted evidence of a “credible plan to take the club forward,” but they had no response. Recommended Scotland cannot hold indyref2, Supreme Court rules Minister defends Sunak’s private GP because NHS given ‘a lot of money’ Ukraine: Putin ‘fearing for life’ after Kherson retreat Worcester are burdened by debts … [Read more...] about It’s very messy – George Skivington has sympathy for crisis club Worcester
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Mumbai City FC currently sit at the top spot of the Indian Super League standings. They have started this season of the ISL on a great note and are yet to lose a match after eight games. The Mumbaikars have been playing some exquisite football, scoring goals left, right and centre. They managed to score three goals against NorthEast United in their last fixture. Prior to that they scored four goals against Bengaluru FC and trashed in six goals against Chennaiyin Football Club on 12th November. FIFA World Cup 2022 Points Table | FIFA World Cup 2022 Schedule | FIFA World Cup 2022 Results | FIFA World Cup 2022 Golden Boot That being said, FC Goa are coming on the back of a strong victory against ATK Mohun Bagan winning by a score line of 3-0. The Goan team put on a dominant display with three second-half goals from Noah Sadaoui, Fares Arnaout and Aibanbha Kupar Dohling. The Goans will be facing an in-form Mumbai side and it will be interesting to see who can get the better … [Read more...] about Mumbai City FC vs FC Goa Indian Super League Live Streaming: When and Where to Watch Mumbai City FC vs FC Goa Live?
Being parents to a child prodigy is a matter of pride for most parents and seeing your child able to perform mental or physical feats far beyond their age is one of the greatest feelings in the world. However, the responsibility of parents increases twofold once they realize that their child is displaying a level of intelligence unusual for their age. Wrong parenting can lead to your child not being able to put their intelligence to use and you may have just deprived the world of an upcoming potential genius. If you think your child is a genius, follow these tips. Encourage reading A genius child will be able to grasp and concept from reading way faster than the average child. Encourage your child to read more books. Your child will be way ahead of peers. Do not discourage curiosity A genius brain is always curious to know more about everything they encounter. Let your child explore their curiosity in whatever way possible and do not curb it. If they are not allowed to explore … [Read more...] about These Parenting Tips Are Crucial To Raise A Genius Child
Russian President Vladimir Putin has lost more than 1,500 military officers– including around 160 generals and colonels – since the invasion of Ukraine nine months ago. The number of casualties, according to a report in The Independent, was arrived at on the basis of the findings on the basis of independent investigations. Russia has been hiding the scale of military losses in Ukraine and the most recent official figure of 5,397 casualties till September by Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu is far lower than the Western estimates. Earlier this month, top US General Mark Milley said that more than 100,000 Russian military personnel have been killed or wounded in Ukraine. “You’re looking at well over 100,000 Russian soldiers killed and wounded," Milley said in remarks at the Economic Club of New York. “Same thing probably on the Ukrainian side." The figures provided by Milley — which could not be independently confirmed — are the most precise to date from the United States … [Read more...] about Vladimir Putin Lost Nearly 160 Generals, Colonels Among 1,500 Officers Since Russia-Ukraine War: Report
San Francisco state Sen. Scott Wiener called out far-right activist Charlie Kirk on Tuesday, calling him “one of the biggest attention-seeking liars” around and a spreader of misinformation after Kirk referred to Wiener with a homophobic trope and mischaracterized the senator’s legislative record. The Democrat roared back against Kirk’s Twitter remarks, tweeting in response, “These are the lies bigots have always spread about LGBTQ people — lies that lead to violence against our community.” Kirk, the president and founder of Turning Point USA, a right-wing group, falsely accused Wiener of sponsoring legislation that will cause “thousands of pedophiles” to be released from jail. The tweet mischaracterized legislation that Wiener carried in 2020 to eliminate a disparity in the state’s statutory rape laws that treated LGBTQ young people differently than their straight peers for sex acts between teenagers and young adults. Wiener’s bill, SB145, took effect in 2021 and gave … [Read more...] about Scott Wiener calls out far-right activist’s homophobic misinformation as dangerous
SAN DIEGO (AP) — It’s the middle of the afternoon and Jada Williams begins a live stream on Instagram. In a heartbeat, more than 1,000 of her 671,000 followers join the broadcast and begin typing in questions and comments. Williams does her best to follow along as the comments and questions scroll past. She laughs and interacts with fans, whether the topic is her basketball career or what shoes and clothes she should wear on an upcoming trip. If there’s a face of the bold new frontier of name, image and likeness (NIL) at the high school level, it might as well be the 17-year-old Williams, who is a senior point guard at San Diego’s La Jolla Country Day. Engaging and charismatic, she constantly updates her feed with photos and videos from her 6 a.m. basketball workouts, anything to do with her high school team and women’s hoops and her flair for fashion. Social media is a big part of NIL, which allows athletes to get paid without jeopardizing their eligibility. There are … [Read more...] about Social media makes Jada Williams a face of high school NIL
Click here to read the full article. Spain’s largest theme park, PortAventura World , has closed a licensing agreement with Sony Pictures to build the first dark ride roller coaster inspired by the box office hit film “ Uncharted ,” and based on the PlayStation video game franchise of the same name. The ride, which will open in mid-2023, will be located in the Barcelona resort’s Far West zone. The project, funded with an investment of 25 million euros, has design company Intamin Amusement Rides and Sally Corporation, which specializes in the development of dark rides and animatronics design, on board. More from Variety Sydney Sweeney to Star in New 'Barbarella' Film at Sony Pictures Nielsen Streaming Top 10: 'The Sandman' Overthrows 'Stranger Things' at No. 1, 'Uncharted' Jumps to No. 2 'World of Jumanji' Attraction Coming to U.K. Theme Park Chessington World of Adventures The ride will be nearly 700 meters long and over 12 meters high, and will be … [Read more...] about World’s First ‘Uncharted’ Dark Ride Roller Coaster to Launch at Spanish Theme Park PortAventura World
Jon Pareles | Jon Caramanica | Lindsay Zoladz Jon Pareles A Cornucopia of Ideas If there’s one thing that unites my favorite albums of 2022, it’s a sense of creative abundance: of ideas spilling out so fast that songs can barely contain them, and of artists ready to follow their impulses toward revelatory extremes. No need to hold back: In 2022, more was more. 1. Beyoncé, ‘Renaissance’ A disco revival gathered momentum during the pandemic years, as musicians and listeners found themselves yearning for the joys of sweaty, uninhibited communal gatherings. Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” also looks back to dance floor styles, but it goes much further. It’s not merely a nostalgic re-creation of a fondly remembered era. With leathery vocals and visceral but multileveled beats, it’s an excursion through layers of club culture, connecting with pride, pleasure and self-definition and taking no guff from anyone. 2. Rosalía, ‘Motomami’ “I transform myself,” … [Read more...] about Best Albums of 2022
It’s too much, this being alive. Too heavy, too uncertain, too chronically cataclysmic, too bellicose, too unwell, too freighted with a possibility of the perception of error. The word of the last few years — in American activist and academic circles, anyway — has been “precarity.” Which gets at ideas of endangerment, neglect, contingency, risk. Basically: We’re worried. And: We’re worried you’re not worried enough . Like I said: It’s too much. If I were a globally famous musician whose every blink gets inspected for Meaning, now might be the time to discover how it feels to mean something else, to seem lighter, to float, to bob, splash, writhe and grind, to sashay-shanté. To find “new salvation” in building her “own foundation.” Were I that musician, now might be the time to call my freestyle jam “America Has a Problem” and not say what the problem is because A) Psych! B) What I’ma say you don’t already know? And C) The person actually performing this song knows “that … [Read more...] about America Has a Problem and Beyoncé Ain’t It
“Hi, we’re Wet Leg. I guess you guys know that, because you bought tickets,” Rhian Teasdale said to the sold-out crowd at Mercury Lounge, a small club on the lip of New York’s Lower East Side, one evening in December. Teasdale, who mostly sings lead vocals and plays rhythm guitar, looked over her right shoulder at Hester Chambers, who mostly sings backup and plays lead guitar. The two chuckled as they shared their latest moment of astonishment. “It’s so weird,” Teasdale said to the audience. In the last year, lots of things have been weird for Wet Leg , a band from Isle of Wight, England, that has ascended as quickly and unexpectedly as any in recent pop history. It was weird when a well-known London manager signed them in May 2020, even though they hadn’t released any music, and it was weird when Domino Records, home to alternative rock stars including Cat Power and Arctic Monkeys, made a deal with them six months later, despite having heard only four songs on a private … [Read more...] about Wet Leg, the Indie-Rock Duo, Blew Up Fast. They Know It’s Weird.