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first_imgRelatedPosts Super Eagles stars model new national team jersey Bale completes Tottenham return from Real Madrid Live stream Premier League, La Liga, Serie A on Showmax Pro this weekend Villarreal winger Samuel Chukwueze has revealed his admiration for former Nigeria international Jay-Jay Okocha. The highly-rated youngster has continued to turn heads in La Liga since breaking into the first team of the Yellow Submarine last season. Chukwueze scored eight goals in as many appearances last term amid other dazzling displays to help Villarreal finish 14th. The forward also shone at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, helping the Super Eagles finish third in the biennial tournament. The young winger, who is known for his dribbling skills, has disclosed his respect for his football idol. “My big hero was Jay-Jay Okocha. I loved watching him, and whenever he played for Nigeria I would be so desperate to see him win. If they lost, I wouldn’t eat. I couldn’t take it,” Chukwueze told Goal. “In my home town we would have a local centre and I would try to go there to watch Nigeria games. We didn’t have a TV, but there was one there. I would peep through the window to see Okocha and the rest.” Villarreal have endured a slow start to the season, given they are winless in their opening three league games. The winger, who opened his 2019-20 goal account in their 4-4 draw with Granada, has revealed his desire to always be on the winning side. “I’m not a good loser. When I was younger and my team lost, I would cry. I’ve stopped that now, but I still hate to lose. Even on the PlayStation if I lose, I will throw the controller. Winning is everything to me,” he added. Chukwueze is part of the 25-man squad invited for the Super Eagles’ friendly game against Ukraine on September 10. Thereafter, he will hope to help Villarreal clinch their first win of the season when they slug it out with Leganes on September 14.Tags: 2019 AFCONJay Jay OkochaLa LigaSamuel ChukwuezeSuper EaglesVillarealYellow Submarinelast_img read more

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first_img And Tully told nufc.co.uk on Monday: “It’s good, considering everything we expected from the rugby. “At the end of the day it’s a football pitch – not a rugby one – and we are in the process of a quick turnaround to get it ready for football again at the weekend. “The pitch hasn’t gone anywhere – it’s still there. You’ve got the rugby markings and a bit of damage from the games, which is what we knew would happen and we will tend to throughout the week. “We worked pretty late through the double-header – that was always going to be the case. Two games in two days of any sport is a lot for a pitch to take. It’s just general wear in high-traffic areas that we really have to tend to. “By Sunday it will be looking fantastic.” Some onlookers expressed concern at seeing Tully and fellow staff on the pitch during breaks in play in the trio of rugby fixtures. But he added: “That’s just what you’ve got to do. “It’s best that we were going on during the games, instead of rugby players stamping on divots, putting them back in upside down or anything like that. “We were going on, tending to them properly and putting them back in the right way up, so they had more of a chance to recover.” Newcastle are currently bottom of the Premier League and still looking for their first top-flight win of the season. Newcastle have moved to allay any worries about the pitch at St James’ Park, declaring it will be in “fantastic” condition for Sunday’s Barclays Premier League clash with Norwich. Since the Magpies’ last home fixture on September 26, the stadium has been used for three rugby union matches as part of the World Cup, including two in two days last week. But Newcastle have stressed that deputy head groundsman Andrew Tully and his colleagues have been working since the final one of those – Scotland’s victory over Samoa on Saturday – to get the surface back in shape. Press Associationlast_img read more

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first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! COMMERCE – Firefighter Felipe Marcial stepped out on a ledge on the fourth floor of an empty building Friday and with strong ropes rappelled his way down the side to another firefighter waiting below. Then he headed back up to go through it all again. It was part of high-angle rescue training with Urban Search and Rescue Task Force 103 of Pico Rivera and Long Beach Fire Urban Search and Rescue 6 at the former Commerce Plaza Hotel. “I’ve been over cliffs that are 100 feet or more in the middle of the night for rescues,” said Marcial, a member of USAR 103. “That is why this is so important.” The day of training for 11 firefighters from the two task forces began in the morning and resumed in the afternoon after a brief interruption by a call to deal with a jumper on the Manchester Boulevard overcrossing in Inglewood. The jumper was brought safely down. By late afternoon, the firefighters had attached mountain- climber carabiners and ropes to a large tripod-like piece of equipment known as an Arizona Vortex that creates a high point for the ropes. The training, done by lowering the firefighter on a main line and a belay line attached to a harness on the firefighter’s body, are all meant to simulate a real rescue. Jumpers can be included in these types of rescues. Ropes also are needed to rescue children from wells, workers stuck in storm drains or pipes, window washers hanging off the sides of buildings and to bring up people whose vehicles go off mountain roads. “Most of these rescues can be very dangerous, so the main reason we are out here is for safety,” said firefighter Kevin Frye of USAR 103, who was in charge of the training. Friday’s training was the third USAR session this week and the last time the firefighters will be able to use the Commerce building before it’s demolished. The firefighters typically try to do the training three times a year, in addition to training in swift water, marine disaster and mountain rescues. The training helps such teams deal with incidents in Los Angeles County or wherever they are needed in larger disasters both in the United States and other parts of the world. Members of USAR 103 traveled to New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and they went to New York after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack there. They were also on the scene after the tsunami in Southeast Asia. “We do a lot, so we need the hands-on practice,” said Capt. Don Griffiths of USAR 103. [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3028last_img read more

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