Jamie Carragher warns Brendan Rodgers over accepting Arsenal job

first_imgJamie Carragher warns Brendan Rodgers over accepting Arsenal job Comment Jamie Carragher has warned Brendan Rodgers about taking the Arsenal job (Sky Sports)Jamie Carragher has warned Brendan Rodgers that he could damage his reputation if he decides to leave Leicester City for Arsenal.The Gunners are currently searching for a permanent manager after sacking Unai Emery earlier this week.Rodgers has been among the names linked with the role following an excellent start to the season with Leicester City.But Carragher believes the former Liverpool boss should show loyalty to Leicester after he decided to leave Celtic to join the Foxes before the end of last season.ADVERTISEMENT‘Well he has got a clause, I think that’s obvious now,’ Carragher told Sky Sports. Metro Sport ReporterSunday 1 Dec 2019 9:16 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link181Shares Brendan Rodgers has been heavily linked with the post at Arsenal (Getty Images)‘I think the position Brendan Rodgers is in, there’s no doubt if you’re a player or a manager you want to get right to the top.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘At this moment Leicester sit second in the table and won the Premier League a few years ago.‘But we’d be lying if we all said Leicester are one of the top clubs in the country. They’re not.‘The established big six are, wherever Leicester finish in the league, they are the big ones who think they can do something in the Champions League and spend big money.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘I don’t think it’s right if Brendan Rodgers is even thinking about moving to Arsenal right now.‘Whether it was right or wrong, he got a lot of criticism from Celtic supporters for moving on before he finished the season, it was a tough decision for him because this job was the job everyone wanted, managers who couldn’t get a top-six job.‘Leicester was the job everyone wanted with the players they have, the infrastructure at the club, so he got it, took that decision and accepted he’d get stick off Celtic fans.center_img Advertisement Freddie Ljungberg was appointed as Arsenal’s interim manager this week (PA Wire)‘I think if he moved now he’d almost get that tag of jumping ship very quickly from places. And I think he probably would deserve if it did that right now.‘I think it’s a bit harsh what happened with Celtic but certainly now I think he’s got to look at the next 18 months and think he’s really going to do something at Leicester.‘And maybe after those 18 months if a Tottenham, Arsenal, obviously he’s not going back to Liverpool, Manchester United could never happen, Manchester City… I don’t know, he’s going to want to go to one of those real big clubs, that’s just a fact.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisementlast_img read more

Peace on Earth, Goodwill to Men

first_imgLocalNews Peace on Earth, Goodwill to Men by: – December 24, 2011 16 Views   no discussions Tweet Share Sharing is caring!center_img Share Share Pastor Randy Rodney. (file photo)The messiah introduced peace on earth slew the enmity that sin had raised between God and man and resettled a peaceable communication. If God be at peace with us all peace results from it: peace of conscience and peace between people. All that peace flows from us from the incarnation of Christ. All the good we have, or hope is owing to God’s good will and if we have the comfort of it he must have the glory of it.Luke 2:8-20Peace and good cannot be expected in a way inconsistent with the glory of God. Therefore we cannot live anyway and expect God’s good or peace to be ours.Let men have the joy of it: On earth peace, good-will toward men. God’s good-will in sending the Messiah introduced peace in this lower world, slew the enmity that sin had raised between God and man, and resettled a peaceable correspondence. If God be at peace with us, all peace results from it: peace of conscience, peace with angels, peace between Jew and Gentile.Peace is here put for all good, all that good which flows to us from the incarnation of Christ. All the good we have, or hope, is owing to God’s good-will; and, if we have the comfort of it, he must have the glory of it. Nor must any peace, and good, be expected in a way inconsistent with the glory of God; therefore not in any way of sin, nor in any way but by a Mediator. Here was the peace proclaimed with great solemnity; whoever will, let them come and take the benefit of it. It is on earth peace, to men of good-will (so some copies read it), en anthropois eudokias; to men who have a good-will to God, and are willing to be reconciled; or to men whom God has a good-will to, though vessels of his mercy. See how well affected the angels are to man, and to his welfare and happiness; how well pleased they were in the incarnation of the Son of God, though he passed by their nature; and ought not we much more to be affected with it? This is a faithful saying, attested by an innumerable company of angels, and well worthy of all acceptation, That the good-will of God toward men is glory to God in the highest, and peace on the earth.(from Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Whole Bible: New Modern Edition, Electronic Database. Copyright (c) 1991 by Hendrickson Publishers, Inc.)Pastor Randy Rodneylast_img read more

Pope praises nurses’ role in fighting coronavirus

first_imgHe said the pandemic had helped the world rediscover the fundamental role of nurses in healthcare, adding that they deserve to be more fully valued and their working conditions improved. VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis praised the work of nurses around the world on Tuesday, saying the coronavirus crisis had shown how vital their service is, as he appealed to governments to invest more in healthcare. “Every day we witness the testimony of courage and sacrifice of healthcare workers, and nurses in particular, who, with professionalism, self-sacrifice, and a sense of responsibility and love for neighbour, assist people affected by the virus, even to the point of putting their own health at risk,” Francis said in a special message for International Nurses Day. The pandemic had also brought to light healthcare deficiencies in some countries, he said. (Reuters) Pope Francis holds the weekly general audience virtually due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak at the Vatican, May 6, 2020. VATICAN MEDIA/HANDOUT VIA REUTERSlast_img read more

Chargers Harriers Place 3rd At MHC Meet

first_imgOur girls placed 3rd in MHC and had two all-conference (Jenna Walton and Gracie Osting).Our guys placed 5th in MHC and had one all-conference (Brandan Gearhart).Southwestern won both team titles.cc_2018_mid-hoosier-hs-champsCourtesy of Chargers Coach Scott Johnson.last_img

Bulldog JV EIAC Track Results

first_imgWay to go everyone!!!A great finish to the season to many of the track and field team.  Some will still be a part of the Sectional roster and that begins this week.  Girls compete in Sectionals this Tuesday at Franklin County and the boys will compete Thursday at East Central.  Good Luck Dogs!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman. The JV Track and Field squad closed out their season on Saturday competing in the JV Conference at South Dearborn.  Although it started out a little chilly, the rain stayed away, the sun came out with a little bit of wind.  The Batesville track team did not disappoint and the Bulldogs brought home 8 conference champions.  Justin Heiser won the 100m dash (12.14) and long jump (18’10.5″), Adam Hollowell also was a two time winner in both the 1600m run (5:02.94) and 3200m run (11:00.56), and our other two time winner was Manav Patel in the 110m hurdles (18.54) and 300m hurdles(46.79).  Also bringing home a championship was Maria Lopez in the 1600m run (6:04.69) and the boys 4 x 800m relay of Dillon Murray, Will Nuhring, Daren Smith and Nathan Villani(9:24.20).  Congratulations everyone!Conference Runner up ribbons went to:Daren Smith-800m runSam Robben-110m hurdles and 300m hurdlesAustin Cornn-high jumpShalee Harrington-400m dashMaria Lopez-800m runCallie Main-long jumpFaith Teckulve-discus3rd place finishes were:Will Nuhring-800m runDillon Murray-1600m run and 3200m runCallie Main-shot putBoys 4 x 100m relay: Manav Patel, Ben Schebler, Austin Cornn and Sam RobbenGirls 4 x 400m relay: Maria Lopez, Ava Ralston, Michaela Nobbe and Shalee Harrington4th place went to:Nathan Villani-3200m runZach Gutzwiller-pole vaultMichaela Nobbe-long jumpRebecca Deputy-discus5th places:Manav Patel-pole vaultShalee Harrington-long jump4 x 400m relay team: Elliott Mertz, Quinn Rasnick, Luke Nuhring, Will Nuhring6th place finishers were;Kasin Hughes-400m dashMason Enneking-110m hurdles4 x 400m relay of: Daren Smith, Kasin Hughes, Mason Enneking and Sam Robben7th place:Elliott Mertz-400m dashDaren Smith-1600m runManav Patel-pole vaultAnd finishing out the ribbons in 8th place were:Nathan Villani-1600m runMason Enneking-300m hurdlesElliott Mertz-high jumpCallie Main-100m dash and discusPersonal Bests for Saturday by event were:200m dash: Zach Gutzwiller and Jacob Wuestefeld400m dash: Elliott Mertz and Ava Ralston800m run: Will Nuhring and Alex Livers1600m run: Adam Hollowell and Alex Livers3200m run: Adam Hollowell110m hurdles: Manav PatelShot Put: Jack Forbeck, Derek VanSickle, Callie MainDiscus: Luke Nuhring, Levi Lowery, Derek VanSickle, Quinn Rasnick, Rebecca Deputy, Georgie Doll, Faith TeckulveHigh Jump: Austin Cornn, Elliott Mertz, Kasin HughesLong Jump: Justin Heiser, Michaela Nobbe4 x 400m splits of: Will Nuhring, Daren Smith, Quinn Rasnick, Ava Ralston, Michaela Nobbe4 x 800m split: Will Nuhring, Nathan Villani, Dillon Murry, Daren Smithlast_img read more