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Leicester sacks 3 players for Thai sex tape

Leicester sacks 3 players for Thai sex tape

first_imgThe offending video was obtained by the Sunday Mirror.The three development squad players apologised for their behaviour.A club statement said Leicester City “is acutely aware of its position, and that of its players, as a representative of the city of Leicester, the Premier League, the Football Association and the club’s supporters”.It added that it is “committed to promoting a positive message of community and family values and equality” and “to upholding the standards expected of a club with its history, tradition and aspirations”.The Premier League team were on tour in Thailand, home of the club’s billionaire owners, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and son Aiyawatt.Of the three men, only defender Pearson has made a first-team appearance this season.He played in the Capital One Cup loss to Shrewsbury Town.-By BBC Sport0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000James Pearson, son of manager Nigel who was among 3 players sacked by Leicester City for sex tap. PHOTO/F365LONDON, June 18- Leicester City have sacked three players, including manager Nigel Pearson’s son, after they took part in a racist sex tape filmed on the club’s end-of-season tour of Thailand.James Pearson, 22, Tom Hopper, 21, and Adam Smith, 22, had their contracts terminated following an internal investigation by the club.last_img read more

Snowfall warning issued for Pine Pass

Snowfall warning issued for Pine Pass

first_imgMACKENZIE, B.C. — Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the Pine Pass this morning.Meteorologists say that a slow-moving frontal system over the northern Interior, combined with an advancing Arctic front, will give snow, heavy at times, to the Pine Pass today and tonight. Total snowfall accumulations of up to 20 cm can be expected before the snow tapers off overnight tonight.Environment Canada is warning motorists to prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow. Weather in the mountains can change suddenly resulting in hazardous driving conditions.- Advertisement -ShiftIntoWinter.ca reminds drivers to know before you go. Adjust to winter driving behaviour and use winter tires and chains. Road conditions are available at www.drivebc.ca.last_img read more

Graduates overcome setbacks to earn long-sought degrees

Graduates overcome setbacks to earn long-sought degrees

first_imgMore than 2,000 students from Los Angeles Valley, Mission and Pierce colleges picked up associate degrees Tuesday on their campuses. Guest speakers included politicians such as state Sen. Jack Scott, D-Pasadena, at Los Angeles Valley; city Controller Laura Chick at Pierce; and Yvonne Chan, principal of the Vaughn Next Century Learning Center, at Mission. But the focus was on students like Bear. Giving a commencement address to hundreds of ecstatic graduates and their families and friends, Bear encouraged her decidedly younger contemporaries to follow their dreams “step by step.” Born in Boyle Heights and raised in East Los Angeles and Montebello, Bear first attended California State University, Los Angeles, after her 1959 high school graduation. At the urging of her first husband, she left college in 1961. “He wanted to buy a house and so he said, `Quit school and save money to buy a house,’ which is sort of what women did then,” Bear said. Bear enrolled in Los Angeles Valley College in 1963, but she divorced soon afterward. The single mother had to jump back full-throttle into the work force. Life’s setbacks, surprises and opportunities can sidetrack a college student, often turning an associate degree, usually earned in two years, into a five-year endurance test. But for Linda Bear, 65, the experience has been nothing less than an odyssey. During her 44-year quest for a liberal arts degree from Los Angeles Valley College, Bear became a mother, a grandmother, started an outreach program for people with HIV/AIDS, served as the vice-chairwoman of the county Democratic Party and knitted items for specialty boutiques. “I was getting an education all along in other ways than through school,” said Bear, who now has California State University, Northridge, in her sights. “I never stopped learning.” “I had a few bumps along the road,” said Bear. “I had to concentrate on raising my daughter. Sometimes, I was working two jobs in order to survive.” In the mid-1980s, Bear once again started taking night classes at LAVC and chipped away at her degree. But then politics, social and business interests pulled her off course again. Two years ago, at the urging of Laurence Bear, her husband of 12 years, Bear met with a school adviser and discovered she only needed seven more classes to graduate. She gave school one more try. “No matter how many steps you go backward, know that you are going to go forward again,” Bear said. “Look at me: 44 years later, I’m graduating from L.A. Valley College and I’m moving on to Cal State Northridge.” Like Bear, 22-year-old Karen Linares got sidetracked when she first started community college after her 2002 graduation from Chatsworth High School. After figuring out her $7.50- per-hour job at a discount store wasn’t going to cut it in the long run, Linares re-enrolled at LAVC in 2005. At the urging of Chicano studies professor Pete Lopez, Linares joined the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano/a de Aztlan and became involved in student and community issues. During spring break, she went to New Orleans to help rebuilding efforts after Hurricane Katrina, teaming up with 18 other LAVC students and three faculty members. “It was beautiful, but horrible all at the same time,” Linares said, recalling the warmth of the people she met there amid the devastation. As she spoke to her fellow students Tuesday she reminded them of the good work professors did on their behalf. “We all had a Mr. Lopez at least once in our time at Valley (College),” Linares said. Linares plans to attend CSUN, where she’ll major in Chicano studies. She hopes to return to Valley College as a professor. Vincent Araneta, whose wife, Sharon Giron, was receiving her nursing degree, said that the pair, both 30, had put off having children so his wife could pursue her goal of becoming a nurse. “Amazing,” said Araneta. “It’s a dream fulfilled. A lot of sacrifices, but we got through it.” Giron’s parents traveled from Union City, near San Francisco, to see their daughter graduate. “I feel good,” said her father Evie. “She’s a working student.” LAVC president Tyree Wieder said working students are the rule and not the exception in today’s college experience. “One of the things we find is almost all of our students are working while attending school – not just a few hours a week. The vast majority are holding down jobs while raising families. There’s more on their plates these days than in the past.” Although figures weren’t available for graduates, Wieder said another thing that is on the rise is an increase in armed forces veterans on campus. “When I started (in 1994), we had a handful of veterans,” Wieder said. This last semester the campus had 452 veterans enrolled. “We have not only a lot more veterans, but female veterans,” Wieder said. “They’re a visible part of our campus now.” rick.coca@dailynews.com (818) 713-3329160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img
Belichick fined for spying incident

Belichick fined for spying incident

first_imgSpy on your opponents, and it will cost you. The New England coach was fined the NFL maximum of $500,000 Thursday and the Patriots were ordered to pay $250,000 for stealing an opponent’s defensive signals. Commissioner Roger Goodell also ordered the team to give up next year’s first-round draft choice if it reaches the playoffs and second- and third-round picks if it doesn’t. The videotaping came to light after a camera was confiscated from Patriots video assistant Matt Estrella while he was on the New York Jets’ sideline during New England’s 38-14 win last Sunday at Giants Stadium. The NFL said the camera was seized before the end of the first quarter and had no impact on the game. NFL: Coach must pay $500K, Patriots another $250K plus one or more high draft picks. By Dave Goldberg THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK – Bill Belichick should be able to read this signal clearly: “This episode represents a calculated and deliberate attempt to avoid longstanding rules designed to encourage fair play and promote honest competition on the playing field,” Goodell said in a letter to the Patriots. He said he considered suspending Belichick but didn’t “largely because I believe that the discipline I am imposing of a maximum fine and forfeiture of a first-round draft choice, or multiple draft choices, is in fact more significant and long-lasting, and therefore more effective, than a suspension.” Instead, Goodell imposed the biggest fine ever on a coach and took away a first-round draft pick as a penalty for the first time in NFL history. Reached at his home, Patriots owner Robert Kraft declined to comment. Belichick, however, accepted full responsibility “for the actions that led to tonight’s ruling. Once again, I apologize to the Kraft family and every person directly or indirectly associated with the New England Patriots for the embarrassment, distraction and penalty my mistake caused.” “I also apologize to Patriots fans and would like to thank them for their support during the past few days and throughout my career,” Belichick said in a statement issued by the team. “As the Commissioner acknowledged, our use of sideline video had no impact on the outcome of last week’s game. We have never used sideline video to obtain a competitive advantage while the game was in progress.” Goodell’s hard line on discipline has been aimed so far at players – most notably Michael Vick and Adam “Pacman” Jones. By penalizing a coach and a team he showed that no one, not even management, was immune. “We support the commissioner and his findings,” the New York Jets said. New England, strengthened by the addition of Randy Moss, two other first-rate wide receivers and linebacker Adalius Thomas, is considered one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl for the fourth time since the 2001 season. If the Patriots lose their first-rounder next season they still will have a first-round pick, obtained from San Francisco in the deal that brought Moss from Oakland. NFL rules state “no video recording devices of any kind are permitted to be in use in the coaches’ booth, on the field, or in the locker room during the game.” They also say all video for coaching purposes must be shot from locations “enclosed on all sides with a roof overhead.” That was re-emphasized in a memo sent Sept. 6 to NFL head coaches and general managers. In it, Ray Anderson, the league’s executive vice president of football operations wrote: “Videotaping of any type, including but not limited to taping of an opponent’s offensive or defensive signals, is prohibited on the sidelines, in the coaches’ booth, in the locker room, or at any other locations accessible to club staff members during the game.” The NFL statement said Goodell believed Kraft was unaware of Belichick’s actions. But it said the commissioner believed penalties should be imposed on the club because, “Coach Belichick not only serves as the head coach but also has substantial control over all aspects of New England’s football operations. His actions and decisions are properly attributed to the club.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

YOUR COMPLETE WEATHER GUIDE TO 2011!

YOUR COMPLETE WEATHER GUIDE TO 2011!

first_imgSO WHAT was the weather really like in 2011.Just in case you’ve forgotten here’s a complete review of last year from Kenneth McDonagh from the Donegal Weather Channel!2011 DONEGAL WEATHER CHANNEL WEATHER REVIEW DONEGAL  11/1/12 Temperatures were up nearly 1C in places even though a frozen January and cool summer months failed to feel the effect.The hottest day of the year was June 3 when 26C (78.8F) was recorded at Drumconnick in Co Cavan and Chanterlands, Athy, Co Kildare.It was also the country’s sunniest day of the year with 15.9 hours recorded at Casement Aerodrome in west Dublin.The lowest temperature of minus 8.3C (17F) was recorded at Thomastown, Mt Juliet, Co Kilkenny on January 29. _________________________________________________________________RAIN FALL AMOUNT (MM)CO.DONEGALJAN        FEB        MAR        APR        MAY         JUNMAILIN HEAD        89.6       104.4      58.7        66.2        100.4       84.5 GLENTIES            103.2      189.9      85.5        95.9        199.1      110.7BALLYSHANNON  65.4       128.6      42.1        49.1        127.4      86.0(MM)               JUL        AUG        SEP        OCT        NOV        DECMAILIN HEAD       50.3       78.6        133.0      151.3      177.6      198.8 GLENTIES            96.9      112.3       214.4      220.0      239.7      260.4BALLYSHANNON  71.6       83.0        120.8      132.5      153.9      180.8____________________________________________________________________TEMPERATURESCO.DONEGALJAN       FEB        MAR        APR         MAY          JUNMAILIN HEAD     MAX    7.5       9.5         9.5          14.1        13.7          14.6MIN-     3.0       3.8         4.4          7.7          8.6            9.2GLENTIES         MAX-     6.9       9.9        11.5        16.3        14.7          16.1MIN-     -0.1       2.9        3.1           6.8          7.8            8.0BALLYSHANNON MAX-    6.8       9.6        10.7         16.1         14.5         15.9MIN-     0.2       2.9        3.2           6.9          7.8            8.6JUL        AUG        SEP        OCT        NOV        DECMAILIN HEAD     MAX-    16.7       16.2       16.3        16.4        11.4         8.5MIN-    11.2        11.2       11.5        10.0        4.9          -3.8GLENTIES          MAX-    18.1       17.5       16.5        16.9        10.6         8.0MIN-    10.1         9.5        10.8        10.0        4.1          -5.1BALLYSHANNON MAX-    18.1       17.2       16.6        16.1        10.9         8.2MIN-    10.8        10.4       10.8        10.0        4.7          -4.0____________________________________________________________________JANUARY – started off cold and became much milder as the month set in.FEBRUARY – started mild and wet with some windy weather but as the month went on we saw sunny spells too.MARCH – had started off on a dry and mostly sunny period and remained throughout the month due to areas of high pressure close to Ireland.APRIL – after a wet start to April the month ended dry and sunny with above normal temperatures.MAY – Depressions over the Atlantic were the main influence on Ireland’s weather during the month of May, giving generally unsettled weather across the country with very strong winds at times. it was also warm and windy. And we also saw some of our worst gorse fires ever in Donegal. There were 120 troops with specialist suits, three Air Corps helicopters (two equipped with buckets able to carry 1,200 litres of water) and 200,000 litres of water had been used in a bid to stop the flames spreading.JUNE – June was a mostly unsettled month with a warm start and a cool end to the month with downpours in places.JULY – July was a dull and cool month with below average rainfall in parts.AUGUST – August was dry and sunny in parts and cool everywhere.SEPTEMBER – Rainfall in September was above average everywhere this month was warm nearly 1°C or more above the normal and dull to. We also got a glimpse of our first storm Hurricane Katia with gust up to 130km/hr.OCTOBER – Yet again we saw more heavy rainfall which was above average especially in the north of the country and here in DonegalNOVEMBER – In November Ireland was hit yet again with more storms and rain with strong gales and damaging gusts. Temperatures started to drop later in the month.DECEMBER – December was a month of rain, hail, sleet, snow, frost, ice, and of course damaging gusts Malin head recorded a 10-minute mean wind speed of 68 kts (78 mph, 126 km/hr, 35 m/s).YOUR COMPLETE WEATHER GUIDE TO 2011! was last modified: January 11th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:YOUR COMPLETE WEATHER GUIDE TO 2011!last_img read more

Acrobats kick off college’s Nixon tribute

Acrobats kick off college’s Nixon tribute

first_imgA panel discussion, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 25, will feature individuals whose lives were personally affected by the 37th president’s trip to China. “A gentleman from Beijing, who was ultimately allowed to come to the United States to study and eventually became a U.S. citizen, will be part of this panel,” Palmer said, adding he was hesitant to name the man because he wants to keep the public in suspense. A screening of the documentary, “History Declassified: Nixon In China,” will be held Nov. 27. The documentary by Dr. Chen Jian is filled with declassified documents provided by the United States and China. Also in November, Jian will take part in a three-day residency at Whittier College and will speak to the public on Nov. 30 about his documentary. All the programs are scheduled to take place at the Shannon Center. For more information on the series, call the center’s box office, (562) 907-4203.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! • Photo Gallery: 9/26: Chinese acrobats • Video: Shangri-La Chinese Acrobats WHITTIER – Whittier College officials kicked off the school’s elaborate commemoration of its most-famous alumnus Richard M. Nixon’s historic trip to China with a performance by the Shangri-La Chinese Acrobats on Tuesday night. Inside the college’s Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts, the internationally known acrobatic troupe entertained a standing-room-only audience with dizzying turns, thrilling leaps and baffling acts of contortion. “We are so pleased to have this group be part of our commemorative series,” said David Palmer, manager of the Shannon Center. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe joys and headaches of holiday travel: John Phillips It was a fitting performance, Palmer added, because Nixon’s 1972 trip to China opened the door for the first Chinese acrobats to perform in the United States. Under the direction of the venerable Hai family, the Shangri-La Chinese Acrobats combined martial arts displays and acrobatics based on centuries of Chinese tradition. The performance was the first that Whittier College officials are planning to shine a light on Nixon’s trip, which has been credited with hastening a thaw in relations between the China and the West. Feb. 27 marks the 35th anniversary of Nixon’s trip to China. Throughout the end of this year and into 2007, Palmer said, the college will host a series of events focusing on China and Nixon, a member of Whittier College’s graduating Class of 1934. “A series of lectures, discussions and films will take a broad view on China and Nixon,” Palmer said. “It will not be all good or all bad, but an overview.” last_img read more

Teen aims to help Ugandan orphans

Teen aims to help Ugandan orphans

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe joys and headaches of holiday travel: John Phillips“They just said thank you for actually caring,” Rosetta said. “You’re teenagers, and you’re not selfish.” From the murderous rule of Idi Amin in the 1970s to the Lord’s Resistance Army rebellion today, decades of conflict and disease have orphaned a generation of Ugandan children. The young often are abducted to serve as laborers or soldiers. Rosetta said she learned of the quiet crisis unfolding 9,400 miles away on another continent and felt it deserved more attention. “I was really alarmed that it wasn’t as big as it should be in the United States,” she said. “Most people don’t really know what’s happening in Uganda.” Of the money she raised, about $1,000 came from donations she collected in lieu of gifts for her 16th birthday. LA CRESCENTA – Rosetta Ragusa, 16, has made it her business to raise money and awareness about the plight of orphans in the African nation of Uganda – a few dollars at a time. For two years, the Crescenta Valley High junior has spent Saturday afternoons sitting at a table outside the local grocery store to collect donations for housing and rescue programs assisting the war-ravaged nation’s youngest victims. “We get mixed reactions,” said Rosetta, who has raised about $4,000 over two years for Washington-based nonprofit SOS Children’s Villages, which operates 450 orphanages worldwide. “Some people are just bothered with me being out there, like we should be focusing more with America. But there are some people who are really generous.” She recalled one encounter with an older couple who wrote her a $20 check. “I did receive a gift,” Rosetta said. “I was able to help another person. It was perfect.” “Rosetta is the kind of person – once she puts her mind on something, she would continue,” her mother, Linda Ragusa, said. “Each year, she comes up with bigger ideas and more fundraisers. It’s a commitment for the rest of her life.” Recently, Rosetta translated her activism into a campus club. Her peers would kid about her mission – though it’s something she thinks all young people are capable of accomplishing. “They say, `She’s going to change the world,”‘ Rosetta said. “In some ways, they also wish they can do that. I guess they’re just a bit insecure about stepping out of their mode and helping other people.” Her mother already understood. “She’s always teaching me you have to step out of your comfort zone,” she said, “and to see beyond what we’re around.” eugene.tong@dailynews.com (818) 546-3304160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img
Asians face barriers to political clout

Asians face barriers to political clout

first_imgBesides Chinese and its assorted dialects, there are Southeast Asian languages such as Thai, Lao, Khmer and Vietnamese that present communication challenges. Another reason for low voter-registration rates may be cultural. Recent immigrants may be more accustomed to an autocratic tradition than a democratic one, said former Monterey Park Mayor Lily Lee Chen. In Asian countries, “politics was something far away from the real people,” Chen said. “The basic idea of serving the people, providing services, representing the voice of the people is different. When you are a ruler, you are powerful, you can do harm.” Chinese Americans – the largest Asian subgroup in the San Gabriel Valley – have not had the kinds of galvanizing political battles that other ethnic groups have experienced, Chen noted. Assemblywoman Judy Chu, D-Monterey Park, said the report makes clear that there need to be more services targeted to Asian Americans and elected officials who will represent the needs of the community. “It’s an opportunity to make sure that Asian Americans can increase in influence and in clout,” Chu said. Martin Truitt, a Pasadena political consultant, said one reason Asian Americans may find it harder to form coalitions to exert political influence is the communities are not homogenous. “There’s just such a disparity,” Truitt said. “Fifth-generation Japanese and new immigrants from Mainland China – Where’s the commonality?” Asian Americans also practice different religions, have been in the country for varying periods of time, and may remember animosity toward their former neighbors, he said. The report also found that of the general Asian-American population, the proportion that are citizen adults increased from 67 percent to 71 percent from 2000 to 2005. patricia.ho@sgvn.com (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4586160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A UCLA report released Thursday describes Asian Americans as the new “sleeping giant” in California politics, pointing to the ethnic group’s increased population and citizenship rate in the past five years. However, when compared with white and African-American populations, Asian Americans are still less likely to register to vote, the study said. “We’ve gone through that first hurdle – getting a sizeable population that is eligible to vote,” said Paul Ong, who compiled the data and is a professor with UCLA’s School of Public Affairs. “The real challenge is now translating that number into registered voters who go and vote.” Asian Americans made up AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe Christmas Truce of 1914 proved that peace is possible12 percent of the state’s eligible voters in 2005, up from 10 percent in 2000, the study found. That represents an increase from 2 million to 2.5 million Asian Americans who are both citizens and 18 years old or older, according to the report, which looked at data from U.S. Census Bureau counts and the recently released 2005 American Community Survey. Despite the increases, Asian Americans do not have the political clout their numbers would suggest. Only 52 percent of Asians who are eligible to vote have done so, compared with 71 percent of whites, 64percent of blacks, and 54percent of Latinos. Part of the barrier to engaging Asian Americans in politics is language, said Sharon Owyang, executive director of the Center for Asian American United For Self Empowerment in Pasadena. “We have a multitude of languages under the `Asian American’ rubric,” she said. last_img
Archibald refuses to panic over his worst league start

Archibald refuses to panic over his worst league start

first_imgAlan Archibald says he is not panicking over Partick Thistle’s poor start to the 2017/18 Scottish Premiership campaign despite it being the worst since since he took charge. The longest-serving manager in the top flight stepped into the role in January 2013 and had picked up points in the opening game of every league campaign since. Thistle have lost all three of their opening fixtures this year, though, falling to Hibernian, Celtic and St Johnstone.Archibald knows that despite suffering lengthy runs of bad form in the past his side have always managed to get into their stride eventually. “We have guys in here who have been there before and I think that’s good,” he said. “We don’t want to be there but we can lean on that experience. The only difference is we’ve not won a game and usually we’ve won a game by this stage. “I don’t think we’ve lost the first game of the season since I’ve taken over. That’s been a big disappointment but we’ve not had a look at the league table. We’ve not really looked at it and panicked.”He added: “The positive is we’re still in touching distance from everyone else but that will not continue for a long time. “I think your form always concerns you. You’re under pressure in every game you go into. If you put in back-to-back performances without victories it puts you under pressure, we know that, of course it concerns you. “But I believe in what we’ve got in the dressing room, we’ve got a better squad of players, a better strength than what we had last season so hopefully that will get us through.”In 2013/14, the Firhill side drew 0-0 with Dundee United on the first weekend of the season and beat Ross County 4-0 on day one of the following campaign. They had a goalless draw with Hamilton Accies at the start of 2015/16 and beat Inverness Caley Thistle 2-0 in the first game last year.last_img read more

Rodgers: Celtic focused on securing British record

Rodgers: Celtic focused on securing British record

first_imgThe result ended their dreams of reaching the knockout stages of the competition but keeps their chances of dropping into the Europa League alive.“It was an amazing night for Celtic, take away the result, but the way we played,” Rodgers added. “We went toe-to-toe with a team who will expect to get to the semi-finals of the competition. The atmosphere in the ground was amazing and it was a great Celtic night.” Brendan Rodgers says Celtic are focused on putting in a good performance and securing three points against St Johnstone, which would help them break a British record.If Celtic win the Scottish Premiership fixture at McDiarmid Park on Saturday they will extend their domestic unbeaten run to 63 matches.They would take their own record of 62 games set between 1915 and 1917 during Willie Maley’s time in charge.Celtic equalled that tally last Saturday with a 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock and Rodgers says his side want to maintain their run and go one step better this weekend. “It’s a great milestone in terms of equalling the record,” he said. “It’s a phenomenal achievement. If you look at all the numbers involved with it, it really demonstrates the quality and the professionalism of the players.“But we want to keep it going, we’re very focused on getting a good performance and hopefully a win at the weekend.”Celtic will go into the game off the back of a 2-1 defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions LeagueRodgers said their performance in that match has left a good feeling in the camp.last_img read more