France: SNCF has awarded Armor-Lux a contract to supply new uniforms for 33000 customer-facing personnel. Netherlands: Thales is to install and maintain 153 ticket gates and 45 ticket vending machines on Amsterdam’s North-South metro line. The gates will feature a 3D camera instead of beam sensors, which Thales says will improve passenger flow and security. Turkey: Tenders have been called for the construction of a railway test facility at Alpu near Eskiehir. USA: Transport agency TriMet has awarded INIT a contract to implement smart card ticketing for light rail, commuter rail and bus services in Portland, Oregon. As part of an regenerated energy recovery project, EPX is installing Ioxus ultracapacitors in 20 ft shipping containers on the Long Island Rail Road network.
Egyptian shot stopper Essam El-Hadary has announced his retirement from international football.The 45-year-old made the announcement on Monday evening .He made his international debut in 1996 and has featured in 159 games for the Pharaohs.Essam El-Hadary won four African Cup of Nations (AFCON) titles for the North Africans in 1999, 2006, 2008 and 2010 in addition to being named in the 23-man squad for the recently concluded FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia.He made history at the mundial by becoming the oldest player in World Cup history after featuring in Egypt’s final Group A game against Saudi Arabia.The former Zamalek, Sion and Wadi Degla goalkeeper also became the oldest player to save a penalty after he denied the Saudis from the spot.His international retirement doesn’t disturb his club football having just returned back to Egyptian giants Ismaily for a third spell earlier this summer.RelatedWorld Cup Record-Breaker El-Hadary Joins IsmailyJuly 3, 2018In “Africa”El-Hadary Sets New World Cup Record In RussiaJune 25, 2018In “Africa”Bradley MazikouJune 30, 2017Similar post
C flight honours went to Rick Assi after he returned 37 points, second went to Jim Connelly on 35 and Mike Fitzgerald completed the podium in third with 32.Near pins went to (Div 1) John Hughes, Ron Miller, Dennis Scougall and Barney Sheedy, and (Div 2) Rick Assi, Mike Fitzgerald (2) and Mike Lewis.There were ten 2s recorded, coming from Per Forsberg, John Hughes, Ron Miller, Barney Sheedy, Chris Slota and Ian Speirs in division 1 and Rick Assi, Jim Connelly, Fred O’Connor and Mike Fitzgerald in the second division.Wednesday, Feb. 13, Plutaluang – StablefordThere were three divisions again at Navy on Wednesday. Ron Miller went one better than Monday and took the premier flight with 35 points ahead of Colin Aspinall (34pts) in second, Neil Gamble (33pts) third, and Pete Sumner (32pts) in fourth.Paul Butler won division two with a modest 31 points, John Carlin was second on 30, Paul Young third with 29 and Barry Stirling fourth on 26.Jim Connelly posted 39 points for the best score of the day to win the third flight. Robert Angel was second on 37 and Alan Bissell placed third with 28 on countback over Mike Fitzgerald on the same total.Near pins went to (Div 1) Neil Gamble (3) and Ron Miller, and (Div 2) Robert Angel (2), Jim Connelly and Barry Stirling. Birdie 2s were recorded by Ron Miller, Ted Lodge, Frank Grainger and Fred O’Connor.Friday, Feb. 15, Eastern Star – StablefordEleven groups out today with the cut at 4-15.2, 15.3-18 and 19+ and with 38 points the best score of the day came from Pete Seil to win division 1. Five points behind in second place Alan Thomas beat Bill Shipley on an 18/17 back-nine countback and in fourth place with 32 points and 13 on the back six, Les Smith beat Paul Durkan on another countback.Four 33-pointers vied for top spot in division 2 players but the back-nine calculation put John Hughes in first, Frank Kelly second, Harry Vincenzi third and Paul Butler fourth.Kevin Shanahan with 36 won division 3, Ron Lavett was second on 34 and Tony Thorne with a 20/14 back nine countback beat Max Wilson after they both shot 30 points.Near pins went to (Div 1) Mick Alleyne (2) and Alan Thomas, and (Div 2) John Carlin, Ray Daws (2) and Tony Thorne.There were four 2s in division 1 with a rollover from last Friday and the happy faces were Mick Alleyne, John Hughes, Bill Shipley and Les Smith. In division 2, Ron Lavett, Mike Lewis and Kevin Shanahan shared the kitty.Finally, congratulations for a few of our lads who won top prizes at the IPGC club championship at Pattana last week. Mick Alleyne, John Hughes and Alan Thomas.The Jomtien Golf SocietyMonday, Feb. 11, Silky Oak – StablefordWe had enough signed up for three divisions at Silky Oak on Monday. Barny Sheedy just edged first place in the A flight with 38 points, one up on of Ron Miller and Neil Gamble who both posted 37 points and finished in second and third respectively.Harry Vincenzi needed a countback on 33 points to win the B flight ahead of Willy Van Heetvelde while Bob Comartin was third with 32.
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Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Rodgers and Gerrard were manager and player at Liverpool Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade 4 Brendan Rodgers left Celtic to join Leicester City partly because he was running ‘scared’ of Rangers and their manager Steven Gerrard, according to talkSPORT host Adrian Durham.Rodgers was confirmed as Leicester’s new boss on Tuesday after two-and-a-half trophy-laden years with the Scottish Premiership giants. Rodgers returns to the Premier League since his sacking from Liverpool in October 2015 The Drivetime host went on to say that Rodgers’ appointment at the King Power Stadium is actually the Northern Irishman’s ‘last chance’ to prove his credentials in the Premier League.Durham added: “After what happened at Liverpool he couldn’t recover from when he came so close to winning the title [in the 2013/14 season] they’re losing 6-1 at Stoke a year later.“A few months after that he had to rebuild himself so he needed a relatively easy job for him by his standards and Celtic was exactly that – all he had to do was be better than the previous manager (Ronny Deila) and that wasn’t hard.“Domestically he’s achieved everything and as for this ‘treble treble’ it’s meaningless even for the most hard-boiled Celtic fan. It doesn’t mean a thing outside of Glasgow. REVEALED BEST OF MONEY Rangers have improved under Gerrard’s guidance this season RANKED 4 He won seven honours as Hoops boss and Celtic are still on to achieve a ‘treble treble’ of three trophies in the same season for three years running.However, Celtic’s dominance has reduced since Rodgers‘ first season (2016/17) where they won the league by 30 points.They won it by nine points last term and currently hold an eight-point lead in the top flight over their Glasgow rivals.Meanwhile, Rangers are a club on the up in Gerrard’s first season in charge and Durham suggested that while Rodgers did move to Leicester to advance his career, he also used it as an opportunity to not be the man in charge of the Hoops when Gers overtake them as Scotland’s biggest club. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS ADVICE “For me, he’s got a last chance to prove himself.“At Watford, he left under a cloud. At Reading he was sacked after six months, had a great time at Swansea and took them up to the Premier League, got the job at Liverpool and then it all started to go wrong.“This is a last chance for him in the Premier League to really gain some currency.“His stock European wise was absolutely on the wane. He’s looking over his shoulder at Steven Gerrard as well.” Durham said on Drivetime: “I think he’s actually scared of Steven Gerrard. The fact that Rangers beat Celtic just after Christmas, that’s a worrying sign for Brendan Rodgers.“We all know Celtic will win the title but if you look at how much they’ve win the title by that’s the key.“The gap with Rangers is getting closer and closer. He doesn’t want to be the guy who’s in charge when Rangers overtake Celtic.“It’s a little bit about bottle and a bit about managing your own career but I think Gerrard has got him running scared a little bit and that’s why he’s coming to Leicester.” 4 REVEALED huge blow Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card no dice Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions 4 Rodgers has got a lot to prove at Leicester in Durham’s eyes