And he’s settled quickly, scoring four goals for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side before the season was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.But Ighalo is keen to finish the season with United and admitted the Spanish-speaking trio have made it feel like he’s been with the club for years.Speaking to fans during an Instagram live Q&A session, he was asked which players he felt closest to.Ighalo said: “I have a lot of guys there who have helped me.“The guys in the dressing room are very good guys. The first time I stepped my feet in that dressing room – wow. There are two or three players that took me and made me feel welcome and comfortable.“After two or three days we started living like brothers, like I’ve been there for five years, laughing together and cracking jokes togher. Especially Juan Mata, De Gea and the other goalkeeper Romero, because they speak Spanish and I speak Spanish.”Ighalo’s longer term future remains unclear, though United could pursue a permanent deal for the Nigerian international, something which he’d be open to.Manchester United’s Odion Ighalo during their last game vs LASKRead Also: Mane reveals how he’d react if Liverpool were denied EPL titleBut on the short-term, he said: “I’m living the dream, I’m happy, this is a big dream which I’m living. Seeing Man United from outside is different but when you’re inside you know how big the club is, Manchester United is a very big club and it’s a privilege for me to be playing for that team.“And I’m happy, I want to finish the season well.“I’m happy in Manchester, the weather is always raining but it’s not crowded or too big like London.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… The striker on loan at United from Shanghai Shenhua repeated that he was living his dream at Old Trafford, as a boyhood fan of the club. Odion Ighalo has revealed that Juan Mata, David de Gea and Sergio Romero have helped him settle into life at Manchester United.Advertisement Promoted ContentThe Most Clever Uses Of CGI In Cinema9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooKendall Jenner’s Photos Have Never Looked This Good!5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksEveryone Was Stunned To See How Little Anakin Looks Today7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreTop 10 Enemies Turned Friends In TV2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?11 Theories Why We Haven’t Met Any Aliens Yet
A 60th anniversary event will be held in honor of the 1954 Milan Indians.The 60th anniversary of the Milan “Miracle” will be celebrated at Hinkle Fieldhouse on Monday March 10.The event will honor the 1954 Milan High School basketball players and supporting team with festivities including a reception at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at 7:00 p.m.Master of Ceremonies will be Pacers broadcaster Mark Boyle. Guests will hear from some of the ’54 Legends; and the keynote address will be delivered by Angelo Pizzo, writer and producer of the movie “Hoosiers.”Other cast members attending will be Hickory Huskers’ “Jimmy Chitwood” Maris Valainis and “Buddy” Brad Long.Attendees will have the opportunity to mingle and dine with the Milan ’54 Legends and others. A silent auction will also be held, featuring a large assortment of autographed memorabilia and photographs.Seating is limited and tickets are $100 per person; special table sponsorships are also available.For tickets contact Timothy Molinari at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-530-6789.For additional information visit the museum website and click on the events link. Event proceeds will benefit the Milan ‘54 Hoosiers Museum.
As I am sitting here watching the snow come down writing this article, I am thinking–What if this is happening the day this article appears on the Website? If it does, Marty Brenneman and his side kick for that day will have to bring out their “banana phone” to field questions while the snow/rain delay goes on.I have often been tempted to call during a delay or call into a general call-in sports show at times. However, I always chicken out before I pick up the phone. I don’t want to be made fun of by all of those “experts” who are listening.I have noticed that there are two kinds of callers to these shows. The first ones are the fans who really have a legitimate question. They might ask “how long is an injured player going to be out”; or, “who do you think will replace an injured playe?”. The other callers are those “experts” who have all the answers. Most of them probably have only played baseball in their minds, because what they say usually makes little sense or they are simply calling to vent their anger at some particular ball player.After 5 or 6 of these angry callers, Marty is usually looking to the umpires and ground crew to get the diamond ready quickly so they can go on with the game.
Ms. Jama Lois (Aldred) Hayes, age 58, of Madison, Indiana, formerly of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on April 7, 1958, in Milan, Indiana, the loving daughter of, James Edward Aldred, whom preceded her in death and Lois Irene (VanTyle) Aldred-Brooks. She was raised in Mt. Sterling, Indiana and was a 1976 graduate of the Switzerland County High School, where she was Homecoming Queen. Jama was united in marriage on May 24, 1976, at the Mt. Sterling Baptist Church in Mt. Sterling, Indiana, to Robert Eugene “Bob” Hayes. Jama and Bob shared 38 years of marriage together. Jama was employed in the cafeteria for the Switzerland County School Corporation in Vevay, Indiana, for 6 years. She was employed part-time for Lowe’s in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, for 1 year. Jama was also employed for K&C Antique Mall in Vevay, Indiana. She was a Mary Kay Representative for 6 years and a security officer for Belterra Casino & Resort in Florence, Indiana, for 15 months. Jama was employed on March 2, 2015 as a correctional officer for the Madison Correctional Unit in Madison, Indiana. She was a member of the Olive Branch Baptist Church in Bear Branch, Indiana. Jama resided in the Madison, Indiana community since August 2015. Jama enjoyed deer hunting, fishing, raising rabbits and cats. Jama will be deeply missed by her loving family and friends. Jama passed away at 3:12 am, Monday, February 6, 2017, at her residence in Madison, Indiana.Jama will be dearly missed by her mother and step-father: Lois Irene (VanTyle) Aldred-Brooks and her husband: Jim of Grammer, IN; her sisters: Marla Lamson and her husband: Loren of Vevay, IN and Anita Sanders and her companion: Dennis Catteron of North Vernon, IN; her niece and caregiver: Marlena Townsend and her husband: Donovan of La Grange, KY; her daughter: Angel Lyn (Hayes) Parr and her husband: James Michael of Vevay, IN; her grandchildren: Taryn Mickelle, Alyssa Nicole and Kevin Alexander Parr; her great-grandchildren: James Robert Huffner and Michael Alexander Parr; her several nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts and cousins and her husband of 38 years: Robert Eugene “Bob” Hayes of Mt. Sterling, IN.She was preceded in death by her father: James Edward Aldred, died May 21, 1975; her son: James Daniel Hayes; her paternal grandparents: James F. and Mae (Taylor) Aldred and her maternal grandparents: Lawrence Earl and Mary Eliza (Sherman) VanTyle.Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, February 9, 2017, at 11:00 am, by Rev. Wayne Daugherty, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana.Friends may call 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Wednesday, February 8, 2017, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Memorial contributions may be made to the Norton Cancer C/O Norton Healthcare Foundation, PO Box 950184, Louisville, Kentucky 40295-0183. Cards are available at the funeral home.
DEARBORN & OHIO COUNTIES, INDIANA – The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Dearborn & Ohio Counties will hold a free Kick-Off for the annual event on Wednesday, January 10th at 6:00pm in the Rivers Room at the Lawrenceburg Event Center, Lawrenceburg. Everyone is invited to the Kick-Off to learn about how to help the American Cancer Society save more lives from cancer.The program will highlight how the funds raised in the community are used to benefit cancer patients & their families, important cancer research & the multitude of services offered by the American Cancer Society. The event will also honor cancer survivors & caregivers. Guests will have the opportunity to register a team for the Relay For Life event, which will be held on Saturday, May 12th at South Dearborn High School, Aurora. This year’s theme is “Carnival of Hope.”The world’s largest grassroots fundraising movement, Relay For Life mobilizes communities throughout the country to celebrate people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost and provide participants with an opportunity to fight back against cancer.This year, Relay For Life will take place in over 5,000 communities in the United States and 20 other countries and will raise funds to support the mission of the American Cancer Society to save lives by helping people stay well, by helping people get well, by finding cures, and fighting back.The Relay For Life movement is the world’s largest fundraising event to fight every cancer in every community, with four million participants in over 5,000 events worldwide in 2017. Last year, over 800 people participated in the Relay For Life of Dearborn & Ohio Counties & raised over $140,000 – making this event the #5 event in the state of Indiana!For more information about the upcoming kickoff, please contact Kathy Toburen at 812.350.3273, Katharine.Toburen@cancer.org, or by visiting our website. Sign up for Relay For Life of Dearborn & Ohio Counties today and help our community finish the fight against cancer!
Here are two area sports stories that happened last weekend. First of all, Jason Simpson and the Greensburg Lady Pirates won the 3A south semi-state by defeating the Danville Warriors. They will compete this Saturday for the state title against #1 ranked 3A Northwestern. Northwestern High School is in the Kokomo area of Indiana. Good luck Lady Pirates!For the second straight Winter Olympics Lawrenceburg’s Nick Goepper won a medal in freestyle ski. This time Nick won a Silver Medal! Congratulations to him. Unfortunately, Sally & I missed seeing it, because on Saturday our satellite TV receiver went out! This was not good timing since we are missing the Olympics and also have missed the Daytona 500. At least I have my tablet and old-fashioned transistor radio!
Loading… He is being linked with going back to his homeland as his Chelsea deal runs out this summer. But the 38-year-old has ruled out going back to finish of his career. He told TyC Sports: “It’s not in my plans [to return to Argentina]. I enjoyed my time playing at youth level in Argentina but I didn’t leave an important mark at Boca, where I grew up.Advertisement “I enjoyed the six months I spent [on loan] at Arsenal [Sarandi] because I felt that I did what I enjoyed the most. I have no need to return to Argentina and to feel completed by ending my career at the clubs where I played. “I’m old, I won’t say my age as I don’t want to scare off clubs. I want to be calm and experience the last years [left on his career] taking little steps. read also:Lampard to look at goalkeeper options at end of season “For many years the idea of returning to Argentina, is not in my mind.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Chelsea goalkeeper Willy Caballero says that he is not going to return to Argentina. Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Fascinating Ceilings From Different CountriesBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?7 Famous And Incredibly Unique Places In ThailandThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The World8 Ridiculously Expensive Things Bought By Keanu Reeves6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World
Read Also: Abraham worried about asthmatic dad amid EPL restart“Even the player wants to know where he will play. It’s not decided yet.”Perisic, who arrived in Italy from Wolfsburg in August 2015, has scored four times in 16 Bundesliga matches since his return to Germany.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has claimed ‘it’s not yet decided’ if Inter loanee Ivan Perisic will remain at the Allianz Arena. Inter and Bayern agreed a loan deal with the option to buy the 31-year-old for €20m after the current campaign, but CEO Rummenigge reveals that Die Roten are yet to decide. “We haven’t talked about it,” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport. “Perisic has recently come back after his foot injury. “But I have a very friendly relationship with [Inter CEO Beppe] Marotta, so let’s see when he has played a few games, then we’ll talk. The Croatia international has returned from injury and will be at coach Hans-Dieter Flick’s disposal for the remaining fixtures in the German Bundesliga this year, but his future is still not clear.Advertisement Loading… Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?The Highest Paid Football Players In The World8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth6 Unusual Facts About Bollywood, Pollywood And TollywoodFrom Enemies To Friends: 10 TV Characters Who Became Close10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest PocketPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?
RelatedPosts Gundogan tests positive for coronavirus Derby County want Jordon Ibe EPL: Gunners survive West Ham scare Arsenal academy graduates Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah struck to send the Gunners through to the fifth round of the FA Cup with a 2-1 win at Bournemouth. Nketiah’s first Arsenal goal since the 3-1 Premier League win at Burnley in May confirmed a commanding victory for Mikel Arteta’s men and condemned struggling Bournemouth to another demoralising defeat. Saka set the Gunners on their way with his third goal of the term, before teeing up Nketiah for the easiest of finishes at a chilly Dean Court to tee up a fifth-round trip to Portsmouth. Young Cherries striker Sam Surridge finished neatly in added time to offer the hosts late hope, but Lewis Cook blazed over with the last action as Eddie Howe’s men failed to force a replay at the Emirates. Shkodran Mustafi’s ankle injury tainted an otherwise impressive win. The German landed awkwardly on his right ankle after colliding with his onrushing goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez. Arsenal will be more than happy with a trip to League One’s Pompey, leaving just that ankle blow to Mustafi as the sole blot on their Monday night trip to Dorset. The Gunners can now prep for Sunday’s league trip to Burnley with a spring in their step, while another miserable night for Bournemouth leaves Eddie Howe’s Cherries further embattled. A run of league fixtures against Aston Villa, Sheffield United and Burnley could now prove decisive in their Premier League survival fight. Arsenal began their south coast victory quest within five minutes, with Saka blasting into the roof of the net for a fine finish, albeit one he should never have been afforded. Willock rolled Gosling with risible ease and played on to Martinelli on the inside left. Then one Gunners teenager fed another and Saka lashed home. The goal was as pleasing on the eye for Arsenal as it was worrying for a Bournemouth side lacking any kind of bite. The Cherries’ problematic malaise inched on throughout an underwhelming half, and the only surprise was that Arsenal added just one more goal. Nketiah enjoyed a productive outing on his second Arsenal appearance of the season after returning from his loan at Leeds. Saka cantered down the left in acres of space, rolled a facile ball across the face of goal and Nketiah tapped home a move he had started with a neat lay-off to Willock. Harry Wilson found the target to draw a regulation save from Martinez, then Gosling headed high over the bar. Arsenal continued to dominate without any great exertion after the break, but suffered a blow when Mustafi was carried off just shy of the hour. Bournemouth capitalised on the defensive readjustment to cause mayhem at a corner, but Jack Simpson headed wide with the goal at his mercy after Martinez unwisely stepped off his line. As Arsenal looked to play out the win, Surridge popped up with a smart finish after a neat piece of control. Eight minutes of added time even allowed Bournemouth to hunt an equaliser, but Cook blasted over from 18 yards.Tags: BournemouthBukayo SakaEddie NketiahFA CupMikel Arteta
By Nick MulvenneyRIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (Reuters) – Usain Bolt roused a quiet morning at the Olympic stadium as only he can yesterday, remaining firmly on course for his historic ‘triple triple’ by coasting through the 200 metres heat in 20.28 seconds.Racing in the ninth heat and cheered every step of the way by the sparse but vocal crowd, the Jamaican led coming off the bend and was able to take his foot off the gas to progress comfortably to Wednesday’s semi-finals.Bolt secured the 100 metres title on Sunday to take another step on the path to an unprecedented third successive sweep of all three Olympic sprint titles — 100, 200 and 4×100 metres.The Jamaican considers the 200 his specialist event and has promised to mount a Rio assault on his 1999 world record of 19.19, but that will have to wait for the final.“I’ve recovered but I’m a bit tired,” Bolt told reporters.“I’m not really a morning person, I just came out here to qualify and that’s what I did. I get nervous because it’s my favourite event and I don’t want to lose. I’ll be much better tomorrow.”The man most likely to beat him, Justin Gatlin, also had no problems getting through, even if he coasted through the final 20 metres to win his heat in a relatively pedestrian 20.42.The American said he had already moved on from the disappointment of being beaten once again at a major championship by Bolt after winning silver in the 100.“I’m been motivated since the day I got here and I’ll be motivated until that last shot across the line,” said the 34-year-old.“I’m in a whole different event now, I have to take my 100 metres hat off and concentrate on the 200. It’s not even about time at this stage, it’s about execution.”His compatriot LaShawn Merritt is the fastest man this year over the half-lap and he showed no signs of fatigue from winning a bronze medal in the 400 metres on Sunday, a strong finish carrying him to victory in heat eight in 20.15.Canada’s Andre de Gasse, bronze medallist in the 100, ran the quickest time of the session, clocking 20.09 to cross first in the final heat.Bolt’s compatriot Yohan Blake, who finished fourth in the 100 on Sunday, was third on the timesheets, easing up over the last 10 metres to finish in 20.13.“I’m really feeling comfortable,” said Blake. “My chances are really good, I (have) been training really hard and I’m feeling more speed and strength.”American Ameer Webb had to sweat it out to qualify on time after finishing third in the same heat, which was won by Bruno Hortelano in a Spanish record time of 20.12, but his 20.31 ultimately proved quick enough to keep him in the competition.