Liverpool boss Klopp says Thiago made ‘perfect start’ to Reds career in Premier League win at Chelsea
Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp hailed the impact of new signing Thiago Alcantara, a player he said made the “perfect start” to his Reds career in their win over Chelsea on Sunday.
The Spanish international was named on the bench for the game at Stamford Bridge, just two days after joining from Bayern Munich in a deal which could cost the Reds up to £27 million ($35m).
Klopp decided to introduce the midfielder at half-time as the Reds looked to take advantage of a red card from Andreas Christensen just before the break.
The visitors did just that as a pair of Sadio Mane goals – the second aided by another error from Kepa Arrizabalaga – gave the defending champions a 2-0 win on the afternoon.
Thiago made a major impact in his debut, as he completed more passes (75) than any Chelsea player managed in the entire match.
‘“It’s not something I take for granted. It’s why I love the game so much. I’m honored and I’m really excited to be able to lead this team out there on Sunday.”’
Fitzpatrick probably will never hear his name in the conversation for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But he has had one of the more remarkable NFL careers of the past two decades.
Fitzpatrick is the rare seventh-round pick who made it 16 seasons, yet he has never quite “made it.” He is the only quarterback to throw a touchdown pass for eight different teams. And in 15 NFL seasons, he has not played in a single playoff game. Fitzpatrick’s record as a starter is 55-83-1, for a 39.9 winning percentage.
But it’s hard not to love Fitzpatrick. He’s “The Amish Rifle,” a gunslinger with a long beard and a penchant for interceptions. His career
Saturdays Start with College Football on FOX: BIG NOON KICKOFF Expands to Two Hours
Red River Showdown Highlights FOX College Football 2020 Fall Schedule
NEW YORK – Coming off its most watched regular season ever, FOX Sports announces its 2020 fall college football schedule highlighted by the expansion of its widely acclaimed BIG NOON KICKOFF pregame show. Led by the sport’s most accomplished personalities – Urban Meyer, Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart, Brady Quinn and host Rob Stone – BIG NOON KICKOFF sponsored by Wendy’s extends to two hours each week, covering the latest news and biggest games in all of college football. The show kicks off Saturday, Sept. 12, at 10:00 AM ET on FOX ahead of BIG NOON SATURDAY sponsored by AT&T Business at 12:00 PM ET.
“Heading into a season that’s sure to be unlike anything we’ve encountered before, we look forward to the
DEARBORN, MI — Dearborn schools announced Tuesday that the first week of online school days will be beginning a little later and that the district will begin with half days.
Classes for all Dearborn Public School students will be a half day for the week of Aug. 31, to Sept. 3. Sept. 4, is a day off for the district.
“With all students starting the year online, we do not have to worry about daily busing,” Superintendent Glenn Maleyko said. “Without busing, we can adjust our class schedules to make it a little easier for students, especially the high school teens whom we know would rather not be in class at 7:20 each morning.”
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The four half days will give staff additional time to learn new online teaching tools, including the Schoology and Zoom software that all teachers and students will
WALTHAM, MA — The district is planning to have most students begin the school year remotely.
At a meeting on July 29 the school committee voted to go with a remote/hybrid return to school. The committee discussed the options again on August 5, but chose not to re-vote, so the July 29 decision stands, according to Superintendent Brian Reagan.
“The issue is it’s a very emotional conversation for folks,” Reagan told the School Committee at the time. “We’re addressing all concerns. We certainly don’t take them lightly at all. That’s all we think about.”
The district will publish its final plan next week, he said.
In Waltham’s reopening model nearly all students will begin the year online. In accordance with state guidance, they will prioritize certain populations for in-person learning.
Students on Individualized Educational Plans who spend at least 75 percent of their day in a special setting as well
For countless British school leavers, the emotional maelstrom of the past few months didn’t end on Thursday when A-level results were announced.
This weekend, many Year 13 students are grappling with the dilemma of what to do next. Accept a university offer, even though they might miss out on the full student experience because of the pandemic? Or defer or reject a place, until some semblance of normality returns?
With little or no face-to-face teaching at universities until 2021, the prospect of starting an expensive degree just doesn’t add up for some students.
There are also fears that all the fun of starting university, and opportunities to make friends, will be missing because freshers’ week
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On sale for £34.43, this affordable master class doesn’t just start and stop with video editing (although there are plenty of lessons dedicated to just that). It also comes chock-full of business and marketing courses that will prove to be invaluable if you are hoping to turn your passion for vlogging into a side-hustle or even full-time career.
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Rowan University will begin its fall semester with a mix of remote and in-person learning as New Jersey continues to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“Our faculty have worked to transfer and refine their curricula to provide students a robust academic experience delivered within all public health guidelines,” university officials said this week. “While we had planned for a full return to campus this fall, it is apparent that New Jersey will remain in Stage 2 of its reopening plan for the foreseeable future, so we will begin the fall semester accordingly.”
Students will be able to live in on-campus housing from the start of the semester, with enhanced health and safety measures in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The university will remain flexible with their deadlines for anyone who would like to live on campus. Students will be permitted to return to on-campus housing at any
Biden won’t go to Milwaukee for convention; Chicago schools to start online; Florida surpasses 500,000 cases
Another pharmaceutical giant announced a vaccine deal with the U.S. on Wednesday while Joe Biden and the rest of the Democratic celebs bid adieu to Milwaukee’s political convention before the coronation train ever rolled into town.
Johnson & Johnson said it has a $1 billion agreement to supply 100 million doses of its vaccine candidate to the U.S. government. Also Wednesday, Moderna said it expects to fully enroll 30,000 people for a trial of its vaccine candidate next month. And a day earlier, Novavax released promising results of an early trial.
Milwaukee’s 2020 Democratic National Convention suffers the same fate as Charlotte, where plans for a full-blown GOP convention have been whittled down to a few small gatherings later this month.
While the nation waits for a vaccine that could fully reopen schools and businesses, the University of Connecticut became the first top-level college program to cancel its football season.