JOSE MOURINHO has poured cold water on the notion that Troy Parrott can be a full-time replacement for Harry Kane until he recovers from a hamstring injury.The 26-year-old limped off in Tottenham’s 1-0 defeat to Southampton on New Year’s Day.1 Mourinho has cautioned against putting too much pressure on Parrott too soonMourinho cautioned against placing all of their expectations on Parrott to replace the England captain.He said: “I think it’s too soon. I think one thing is potential and another thing is conditions to express potential and I think he needs time.”Having minutes, being involved is one thing.”Another thing is what you call the direct replacement. To be that he needs to work.NEXT STEP“The next step for him is to sign a new contract at the club long-term and then it is for everyone to decide what is the best for his development.”In this club we care about our players. It is also to find the best pathway to develop.“He’s 17 years old. I don’t think at the age of 17 it’s good for you to go on loan to a Championship club or to go abroad to another country.”My feeling is it’s one thing when you are 20 if you need that step, another thing is when you are 17. When you are 17 you are a baby.”He later added: “17, you just have to be in your father club where you feel at home, where you are at home, where you train and develop with the first team.”SEVERITY OF KANE’S INJURYAsked about the severity of Kane’s injury he said: “Maybe later today we have news, but if you ask me my feeling, good news or bad news, I am more on bad news than good news.”“Kane leaving a match the way he did it, he didn’t think twice, it took him two seconds to realise the severity of his situation.MOST READ IN SPORTTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raid”Everybody knows who he is, what he is, what he means for the team, the fans, the club.”His quality, the routines that the team has playing with him, every minute of every game he doesn’t play we miss, so every match that he doesn’t play we’re going to miss him.”Tottenham do at least have a week off from Premier League action as they play Middlesbrough in the FA Cup before returning to league duty against leaders Liverpool.
Enlarge The Valencia players celebrate the 2002 League.ACE “It was a lot what we achieved taking into account the soccer giants with whom we competed”Pablo Aimar “We were better thanks to the one next door; I was better with Baraja by my side and we were both better with Ayala in the back and Aimar in the front ”.David Albelda ACE Rafa Benítez believed from the first day in the potential of what he had in his hands. He always believed in his footballers and in himself. “I am tired of seeing coaches who live by the name, always have a team and do not get good results … Of course I am ready to train Valencia ”, he said the day of his presentation. It was in Ermelo, a small Dutch town, where he began to give birth to his baby. From the first day he put his footballers in the head that they were capable of winning the League. “He told us and we all looked at each other as if thinking he was crazy,” Juan Sánchez confessed years later. “If I had to choose a goal in my career it would be Ayala’s in Malaga and if I have to keep a title, with that 2002 League; we broke 31 years of history ”.Santiago Cañizares The template that Subirats designed transformed it into Benítez rock. Curro Torres, Mista, Marchena, Rufete, Salva Ballesta and De los Santos were the reinforcements in the summer. Mestalla’s dressing room was a place where they lived veterans with a competitive gene with no expiration date (Carboni, Djukic or Angloma) with hungry young people (Vicente, Marchena or Mista); footballers from big clubs where they had not found their place (Cañizares, Ayala or Pellegrino) with stonemasons with a bomb-proof sense of belonging (Albelda, Palop or Sánchez); soccer workers frontline trench (Angulo, Rufete or Kily) with artists of the ball (Aimar, Vicente or Baraja). All this was mixed by Benítez and the cocktail was called champion.AS ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia lf-media-l “> But such power struggles were inversely proportional to the strength of the sports project. Gaizka Mendieta’s departure was obviously relevant due to its status as a benchmark, although Valencia had become accustomed to living with this type of transfer without diminishing its performance as a block (Claudio López and Farinós had been transferred a year before the captain and the team repeated the Champions League final). Valencia maintained in its ranks basic pillars of the team that was the Cup champion in 1999 with Claudio Ranieri and twice European runner-up with Héctor Cúper: Cañizares, Carboni, Ayala, Djukic, Pellegrino, Kily González or Juan Sánchez. But before and after learning that Real Madrid was losing in Anoeta, the black and white siege was total. It was Ruben Baraja who transformed Mestalla into a madhouse, who 31 years later took over Forment and his eternal goal. In the case of Valladolid, it was not just one but two goals. His auctions and celebrations are part of the collective imagination of a generation of Valencian. Valencia won 2-1 and Real Madrid lost 3-0. Next stop, La Rosaleda. And there yes. There if they won, champions. On May 5, 2002 Malaga woke up in Fallas. Thousands of Valencianists did not want to miss the opportunity to see their champion team. Many thought that they would never see their Valencia win a League again, many others had never seen it and some neither imagined. Valencia were 90 minutes away from winning their fifth league, a title they had not owned since April 18, 1971. Benítez was nothing to emulate Di Stéfano, like Cañizares to Eizaguirre, Albelda to Puchades or Baraja, to Claramunt.From the imperial leap of Fabián Ayala, who, seeing him play, understands the reason for that Valencia champion, and the final goal of Fabio Aurelio is 18 years old today. The fifth league becomes of age. What was experienced the days after the referee’s final whistle is something that no one who experienced it will forget. Albelda entering the locker room supported by dozens of fans like bullfighters, Jaume Ortí taking out for a walk the ‘palmito’ with which the rock of his town (Aldaia) had celebrated the League of 1971… hundreds of thousands of people in the streets of Valencia waving to the champions, the rain giving mysticism to the celebrations in Mestalla … When Valencia returned to be the best team in Spain. Albelda, dating men from La Rosaleda in 2002.ALBERTO ESTÉVEZ (EFE) Valencia, after their two stumbles in a row, He chained three wins against Las Palmas, Athletic and Alavés. The black and white successes were crossed in time with stumbling meringues and so, on matchday 24, just five after his unsuccessful visit to the Santiago Bernabéu, Valencia was placed for the first time as leader of the League. Such condition was lost a week later after a draw against Celta de Vigo, although he recovered it on the following day after winning the derby against Villarreal (26th). The ché team maintained its leadership status until matchday 29, after chaining three other victories against Barcelona, Real Zaragoza and Seville.Valencia, however, entered the last ten days, those in which Luis Aragonés said that they win and lose titles, with a crooked foot. He did it with bitterness and disappointment, because the team fell defeated in Vallecas 2-1 against Rayo who was in the relegation zone. For more inri, The match was played the day after Real Madrid was unable to pass the draw on their visit to the Camp Nou. But that point added by the whites in the Classic ended up giving him the lead (although tied at 53 points with Valencia). Despite this, the locker room was not discouraged and chained three consecutive wins (Osasuna, Tenerife and Real Sociedad), although Real Madrid also added 9 of 9. The defeat at the Bernabéu did not come alone. On the following day, against Real Valladolid, Valencia lost the first and ultimately only match in Mestalla throughout the championship. Thus, on January 20, 2002, the ché team was 6 points away from the head of the League. However, in the following days, Benítez repeated in a chat with several soccer players what he had told them in the summer: “We can win the League.” Said and done. “In January I told several soccer players that we could be champions; they looked at me like I was crazy ”Rafa Benítez Enlarge Benítez landed in Valencia with an innovative work methodology for the time. Your coaching staff (Antonio López, Pako Ayestarán and José Manuel Ochotorena) took care of even the smallest detail and turned rotations into an art and a weapon. The players feared post-game training, days when they were used to having a ‘bath and massage’, but which Benítez transformed into a constant repetition of badly executed actions during the match. This is how Benítez instilled in his own automatisms that made Valencia the best team in the world (IFFHS award in 2004).Valencia had shown their rocky team letter against Real Madrid and never hid it again. But his defensive solidity was not accompanied during the first quarter of the championship of excellent definition. This resulted in an accumulation of draws (9 in 16 days) and after two defeats against Real Sociedad and Deportivo de la Coruña, Valencia arrived with doubts towards Benítez to a date that would end up being transcendental in history.On December 15, 2001 the team visited Espanyol in Montjuic. Dark night in Barcelona. With cold and snow. Palencia and Álex Fernández overtook the parakeets. With that advantage of the locals, the break was reached. In the heat of the box, crossing calls between Barcelona and Valencia, several councilors asked Ortí and Llorente for Benítez’s head … and they wanted her served that same night. But, luckily for the coach and for Valencia’s own history, Ilie and Rufete (2) turned the scoreboard and the councilors sheathed the catana.After his comeback in Montjuic, Valencia found the way to the goal and won in the following two days (Malaga and Betis). The black and white arrived at the equator of the League third, with the same points as Deportivo (33) and two from the leader, a Real Madrid whom they would visit seven days later. That match at the Santiago Bernabéu started with a goal annulled for offside (which with VAR would have gone up to the scoreboard) by Adrian Ilie after two minutes. Finally, Real Madrid took the victory by a lone goal from Morientes. Ortí left the box saying to the Canal + microphones: “It is clear that here we all fight only for second place.” Benítez, for his part, in the press room, sentenced: “Here you have to do double to get half.” Albelda and Angulo eclipsed Zidane’s debutThe vagaries of the calendar wanted Valencia to debut in the League against Real Madrid. It was the debut of Zinedine Zidane in Spain. The soccer planet was looking at Mestalla that day and what he saw was a tactical recital by a very young man David Albelda, which dried up the French star, and a lone goal from Michelangelo Angulo. The ‘bullfighter’ Benítez went out the front door and that day his players began to think that he was not so crazy anyway. By The first time Rafa Benítez returned to Mestalla, 12 years after leaving Liverpool and doing so as coach of Real Madrid, a banner welcomed him: “You gave us the best years of our lives. Thank you”. It was not hyperbole. Valencia, in the three years with Benítez on his bench, conquered two leagues and one UEFA Cup, the first in 2002 and the double of 2004. The greatness of his Valencia was rooted in his team spirit, in his strength as a block. That Valencia made match by match its motto and the value of its victories is measured by the greatness of its rivals.ALBERTO ESTÉVEZ & nbsp; (EFE) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia lf-media-r “> On May 5, 2002 Valencia was proclaimed in La Rosaleda de Málaga League champion for the fifth time in its history, breaking a 31-year drought. Thus, Benítez’s team took the baton from Di Stéfano’s Valencia, which in 1971 was the best in Spain. He did it with 75 points in his locker, 51 goals for and only 27 against; surpassing in the classification the Deportivo de la Coruña of Mauro Silva, Fran, Diego Tristan and Makkay; to the Real Madrid of Roberto Carlos, Figo, Zidane and Raul; and at Barcelona of Puyol, Xavi, Rivaled and Saviola.Javier Subirats, the architect of the best Valencia in history along with that of the 1940s (three Leagues and two Cups), was the one who recruited the Madrid coach for the project. Benítez arrived at Mestalla from the Second Division. It is true that he did it after having promoted Tenerife to the First Division, but it is also true that he arrived to a Valencia that came from having been a Champions finalist in the previous two seasons (Paris 2000 and Milan 2001) A councilor jokingly said when his transfer was announced that the only Benítez he knew was ‘El Cordobés’. Obviously such grace will accompany you eternally.Benítez landed in a club convulsed in the social. Pedro Cortés stopped being president six days after his presentation as coach. Pedro Cortés not only left but he also did Gaizka Mendieta. In fact the first one left as a result of the transfer of the midfielder to Lazio. Jaume Ortí He was elected President by the Board of Directors. His empathy ended up influencing both the achievement of successes and some goals of his footballers. Economic management was at the expense of Manuel Llorente while Francisco Roig He led the opposition and did so from within the Council, where he had two related parties thanks to his relevant shareholding package. Thus, with Real Madrid and Valencia tied at 62 points, the 34th day was reached. Benítez’s men played Saturday in Mallorca; while those of Vicente Del Bosque, Sunday in Pamplona. Valencia did not pass the tie on the island. The feeling on the return trip of the expedition was that they had let the League escape. Nothing could be further from the truth. Real Madrid fell defeated 3-1 at El Sadar and the Son Moix point made Valencia a solo leader with four days to go. Nothing changed to the next. The Whites beat Tenerife at the Bernabéu while the Ché maintained their one-point lead in the standings thanks to an own goal by sportsman Duscher.Saturday, April 27, 2002. Day 36ª. Valencia, with 66 points, receives Espanyol at Mestalla. Real Madrid, 65 points, visit Real Sociedad. The two games are played at the same time. That is undoubtedly the night of greatest ecstasy and explosion of happiness that has been lived in Mestalla so far in the 21st century. Mathematics says that Valencia conquered the League in Malaga, although for many they won it that day.The party, that yes, could not have begun worse for the Valencian interests. Carboni’s penalty, expulsion and Tamudo’s goal. The clock showed 30 minutes. But despite the numerical superiority of the rival, a Espanyol who was rushing his remote options to get into Europe, Valencia transmitted in each of the minutes of that match that they wanted to be champion. Still, his first joy did not come at Mestalla but from San Sebastián: Kovacevic’s goal.
More support for FIFA candidate InfantinoGENEVA (AP):Gianni Infantino is having the best week of any FIFA presidential candidate for public pledges of support to succeed Sepp Blatter, and got South America on his side on Thursday.The 10-nation body known as CONMEBOL said in a statement that its executive committee agreed to give the UEFA general secretaryunanimous support in the February 26 election.On Monday, Infantino was backed by the seven federations from Central America, and Trinidad and Tobago also endorsed him on Thursday despite mistakenly referring in its video message to him as “Giovanni” Infantino.Infantino can count on a big majority of the 53 members in Europe – already giving him more than 70 of the 209 FIFA votes if public promises hold up in the polling booths in Zurich.A two-thirds majority of eligible voters is required to win in the first round, and a simple majority will clinch the presidency in subsequent rounds.English FA boss leaving over reformsLONDON (AP):The English Football Association chairman, who set the national team a target of winning the World Cup by 2022, is leaving in July.Greg Dyke announced yesterday that he will not stand for re-election this year because of friction which he expects will result from attempts to modernise the FA’s decision-making structures.”I had already decided that if no reform was possible, I was going to leave anyway this summer, a position I had shared with a number of colleagues,” Dyke said. “What I now see is that even if we get the reform through, which will be a difficult and divisive process, although essential, I am probably not the best person to pick up the pieces following the inevitable discord.”Since arriving at the FA in 2013, the former BBC director general has been trying to ensure that England has a pool of players capable of turning England into World Cup winners for the first time since 1966.Dyke has also been a leading critic of Sepp Blatter at FIFA.Sri Lanka recall FernandoCOLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP):Fast bowler Dilhara Fernando has been surprisingly recalled by Sri Lanka after more than three years out, for three Twenty20 matches against India next month, Sri Lanka Cricket said yesterday.The 36-year-old Fernando last played for Sri Lanka in July 2012.Sri Lanka Cricket says Dinesh Chandimal will lead the team as Lasith Malinga is out injured.Seniors Angelo Mathews, Nuwan Kulasekara, Rangana Herath, and seam bowler Nuwan Pradeep will also miss the series due to injuries.The series, preparation for the World Twenty20 which will also be held in India, begins on February 9 in Pune.Squad: Dinesh Chandimal (captain), Tillakaratne Dilshan, Seekuge Prasanna, Milinda Siriwardana, Dhanushka Gunathilaka, Thisara Perera, Dasun Shanaka, Asela Gunaratne, Chamara Kapugedera, Dushmantha Chameera, Dilhara Fernando, Kasun Rajitha, Binura Fernando, Sachithra Senanayake and Jeffrey Vandersay.
Madam Rebecca Kalayi, president of NADAL (center), with members.The president of the National Agro-dealers Association of Liberia (NADAL) has cautioned agro-dealers in the country on the proper use of inputs. Madam Rebecca Kalayi spoke yesterday to the Daily Observer during a one day visit to agro-dealers at the Red Light General Market and the Bernard Farm Community in Paynesville. According to Kalayi, many smallholder farmers will be attracted to the use of agro-inputs provided that inputs are properly delivered to them.More than 25 agro-dealers in the Red Light district and Bernard Farm Community were visited by Madam Kalayi, who said there are plans to extend her visit to other agro-dealers in other parts of the country. “I am here to acquaint myself with the work of the agro-input dealers to ensure that they are truly applying knowledge acquired from previous training. We must adequately be able to handle agro-chemicals, if we are to promote and increase food production. There are many challenges still facing the agro-chemicals industry that we intend to address,” she said.She mentioned that some agro-dealers are being harassed by the police when taking their goods to the market. “It is being reported by some members of our organization that they are constantly being arrested by the police, without tangible reasons. We want the police to allow our members free movement whenever they are trading their goods within the country,” she mentioned.Madam Kalayi revealed that since the establishment of NADAL, her administration has been working very hard to improve the agro-chemicals industry in Liberia, but stressed the need for more capacity building to enable locals to compete with foreigners. “We have succeeded in opening an office for the organization and obtaining a contract from the Government to deliver agricultural inputs to smallholder farmers across the country. We want the Ministry of Agriculture to further build our capacity to reach smallholder farmers with needed services,” she said.The NADAL president disclosed that there is a plan to purchase land to establish a demonstration farm for the use of training agro-dealers on the safe application of inputs. “We are thankful to the Liberia Agribusiness Development Activity and the Ministry of Agriculture for establishing NADAL, but we still look forward to their support,” she concluded.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Retinablastoma diagnosis Following successful treatment overseas, three-year-old Lindener Crystal John has returned home and has now been deemed cancer free.John, who travelled to receive treatment in Cuba for Neuroblastoma and retinoblastoma (cancer of the eye) has successfully conducted radio and chemotherapy during her five-month stay.Her parents LaShawn and Ivan John are now keeping hope alive that she will soon be able to see again. John’s mother recently indicated that she is doing well except for some complaints of burning in her eyes.“She aint getting no pains, all she crying out is that it burning. That means that she getting some kind of sensitivity to the light. Everything else is ok. We trying to teach her how to move around, walk, eat. Remember she have to learn everything again. So we getting there,” her mother pointed out.The three-year-old is slated to return to Cuba early next year for follow-up treatment as her parents continue to hope for the best.“There is still hope because if he (specialist) say he want to see her back in January and know what more he can do for her means there is still hope,” her mother said. “We didn’t do the surgery because the tumor wasn’t on the optic nerve, it was just beneath the eye rim so it reduced in size and the chemotherapy killed it,” she continued. John, of Amelia’s Ward, Mackenzie, Linden, was diagnosed with the life-threatening disease Retinablastoma when she was just eight months old, which resulted in the removal of her left eye. She later began losing vision in her right eye after the tumor returned. This prompted urgent medical attention and an outpouring of monetary assistance from the public and nonprofit organisations. Despite her challenges, the three-year old is scheduled to begin school come September. (Utamu Belle)
Home is where the heart is. Bridgette Pagano threw her third shutout of the season to help the Long Beach State softball team pick up a 7-0 over Canisius College (4-5) in the Long Beach Invitational tournament. L.B. State jumped out to an early lead scoring three times in the first inning after showing discipline at the plate picking up four walks and a single by Whitney Radcliff. The 49ers struck gold again when they scored a pair of fifth inning runs when Beaver and Panita Thanatharn scored on LeSage’s triple. They will resume play today when they face Utah at 1 p.m. and then UCLA at 6 p.m. Track and FieldDistance runner Jimmy Grabow became the first All-American male distance runner in school history after he finished in 11th in the 5000-meter indoor finishing with a time of 13:59.45. Grabow a two-time all conference selection, finishes his career holding four school records three of them being individual records. Pagano struck out five while allowing only three hits for the 49ers (7-13) who were playing their first game in Long Beach this season. Brooke LeSage had a triple and two RBI while Jessica Beaver scored a pair of runs and an RBI. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
UPDATED: DEFENCE Forces experts have carried out a controlled explosion on a bomb in Co Donegal. Gardai in Inishowen had earlier cordoned off a house after a suspicious object was found at the rear of the dwelling.Gardai have sealed off a house in Gleneely.The house in Gleneely was cordoned off after the owner noticed the device earlier today on his doorstep. Gardai arrived and had placed a white Garda tape across the road outside the house awaiting the arrival of bomb disposal experts from Athlone.A Defence Forces spokesman said the device was viable and an expert later carried out a controlled explosion.The house where the find has been made is about a mile outside Gleneely in the townland of Carrowmore.A farmyard next to the house has also been sealed off. An eye-witness said there are up to six Gardai at the scene.“We don’t really know what has happened but one neighbour has said that something has been left at the front door.“We don’t know what it is but the Gardai have been called and the area is being examined,” he said.A Defence Forces spokesman said: “An Army Bomb Disposal team rendered safe a viable improvised explosive device in Gleneely County Donegal this afternoon. The Defence Forces deployed a team to the scene by Air Corps AW -139 Helicopter following a request by Gardai, they arrived on scene at 2.30 pm.“The suspect object was found outside a private residence and a cordon was put in place with some evacuations of nearby houses carried out for public safety. The Team Leader carried out a manual approach to examine the device in situ and the device was then rendered safe by means of a controlled explosion. “The scene was declared safe at 3.40pm and the team returned to base.“All items of an evidential nature have now been handed over to the Gardai to assist them in their investigation of the incident.”A Garda spokesman told Donegal Daily: “Gardaí at Buncrana are investigating the discovery of a suspicious object which was found in a dwelling at Carnmore, Gleneeley Co Donegal. The Defence Forces EOD carried out a controlled explosion at approx 3pm today. No further information is available at this point.”ARMY FORCED TO CARRY OUT CONTROLLED EXPLOSION ON INISHOWEN BOMB was last modified: August 26th, 2013 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:deviceGardaiGleneelysealed off
Kernans Bistro & Coffee House is brewing up a storm in the Letterkenny Retail Park!Following on from the success of Kernans Coffee House & Bakery Newtowncunningham, The Kernan Group have introduced their Coffee House business into their existing Bistro at unit 3B Letterkenny Retail Park.Kernans Bistro & Coffee House, in the heart of the LK Retail Park, underwent extensive refurbishment recently to create a better all-round dining and coffee house experience. The Kernans Bistro & Coffee House teamCOMPETITIONTo be in with a chance to win a meal for 2 at Kernans Bistro & Coffee House please follow this link share the video and tag 2 friends to the post: https://www.facebook.com/1670034686609335/videos/488739808630890/Kernan’s is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a delicious meal with your family after a busy day shopping.Upstairs, you will find a barista bar serving Kernans House Blend and Shack Coffee served with a choice of homemade desserts and scones from Kernans Bakery. It’s a perfect place for meetings and a catch up with friends for a chat over a coffee.The Kernans Coffee House and Bistro team with ManagementThe new look Kernans Bistro & Coffee House LetterkennyThursday and Friday Evenings at the Bistro are open late until 8pm, serving mouth-watering steaks and their brand new burger range (from Kernans own butchers). A full menu is also available. You can relax and enjoy a glass of wine or a Kinnegar beer from the new drinks menu. Delicious desserts at Kernans Bistro & Coffee House100% Irish Sirloin Steak – locally sourced beef from our own butchers served with tobacco onions, mushrooms, pepper sauce and chips.Caribbean Chicken Curry at Kernans. Caribbean curry with chicken served with basmati rice/chips topped with a poppadum.Late-night dining at Kernans Bistro & Coffee HouseTo treat the kids, Kernans have their famous hot chocolates, waffles and pancakes served with a choice of toppings. Yum!Another favourite is Kernans big breakfast which is served from 8:45am every morning, Monday until Saturday and from 12 midday on Sunday.Emma Cole & Ciaran Haven with the famous big breakfast at Kernans Bistro & Coffee HouseCatriona Mc Brearty with the big breakfast waffles at Kernans Bistro & Coffee HouseProprietor Anthony Kernan and Managing Director Damian Daly are delighted about the refurbishment project.“The new look bistro is ideally located in a central, accessible area in the heart of the Letterkenny Retail Park,” they said.“On July 1st, 2018, The Kernan Group took over the running of the popular Bread & Butter Bistro at Unit 3B of the Letterkenny Retail Park. Over the past year we listened to customer feedback and are really pleased with exciting changes to the Bistro and the new barista upstairs to cater more for the emerging coffee trend amongst Donegal customers. “Many months went into the design, picking the right furniture, furnishings and colours to provide a high level of comfort our patrons expect. Kernans Bistro & Coffee House includes many new features to be excited about. Not only can you be relaxing / dining in total comfort, you will also benefit from their ideal location with hundreds of car park spaces right at their door.”Manager Paul Harkin with Emma Cole and customersEmma Cole & Ciaran Haven with some of their regular customersCiaran Haven & Kellie ShieldsSo what are you waiting for, call in TODAY to Kernans Bistro and Coffee House here at the heart of the Letterkenny Retail Park. Visit the Facebook page Kernans Bistro & Coffee House for daily specials and updates.Kernans Bistro & Coffee House brewing up a storm in Letterkenny – Win a meal for two! was last modified: September 11th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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:CafédiningfoodKernans Bistro & Coffee Houseletterkennyrestaurantwhere to eat
Hugo Rodallega’s sixth goal of the season put Fulham ahead at half-time as they looked to extend their unbeaten league run. Aside from an early George Williams shot which was saved, the Whites were largely pinned back in their own half by Huddersfield, who twice came close to taking the lead in the first 20 minutes.Fortunately for Fulham, Elsad Zverotic was in the right place to clear Mark Hudson’s header off the line and then Harry Bunn somehow contrived to roll a shot past the post when he only had keeper Marcus Bettinelli to beat.When Huddersfield shot themselves in the foot again, this time at the other end, Fulham were quick to pounce. Hudson, who began his career at Fulham as a youngster, miscontrolled just inside his own half, Rodallega nipped in and after receiving a return pass from Ross McCormack, slotted past the goalkeeper.It wasn’t to spark a spell of Fulham pressure, however. Instead, Huddersfield continued to probe without ever finding the killer pass to expose an anxious-looking Whites defence.And Fulham had two good chances to score a second. George Williams fired into the side netting from an angle and in first half injury time, Rodallega wastefully nodded over from Lasse Christensen’s cross.Kit Symons made two changes from the side which drew with Blackpool in midweek, McCormack returning after suspension, replacing Moussa Dembele, and Kostas Stafylidis replacing the injured Fernando Amorebieta at left-back.Fulham (4-1-2-1-2): Bettinelli; Zverotic, Bodurov, Burn, Stafylidis; Parker; Christensen, Williams; Ruiz; Rodallega, McCormack.Subs: Kiraly, Hutchinson, Eisfeld, Roberts, Woodrow, Dembele, Hyndman.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
NEW YORK — Kendall Graveman returned from the minors with a refined delivery and arsenal of pitches. It wasn’t pretty, but the A’s got what they wanted out of him.Graveman did not use the changeup, the pitch he was working on adding to his repertoire, all that often Friday night, but his heavy dosage of cutters and sinkers kept the Yankees to three hits over six innings of work in Friday’s 10-5 victory to snap a three-game losing streak.Going back to check the statistics on his cutter during …