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first_img Schmidt recently revealed his “love-hate relationship” with coaching drives his obsessive side, and White confirmed the former Leinster boss will quickly be seeking solace through analysis. “He’s the type of guy who will go back and watch the game probably five times tonight,” said White of Ireland boss Schmidt. “He’s very humble, willing to admit mistakes if there are any and change things if it’s better for the team. “As players as well we need to look at ourselves and what we can learn out of it, as to why we didn’t deliver tonight. “It’s a sign of a very good coach to go and pick it to bits. And if things can be improved they are happy to admit that and then they make changes. “I’m sure he’ll find some things where everyone can improve.” Tommy Bowe suffered suspected knee ligament trouble amid yet more collateral damage for a patched-up Ireland, in Sunday’s quarter-final in Cardiff. Ireland leaked two tries in the first 10 minutes en route to a galling loss, Juan Imhoff claiming a brace amid a sterling triumph from the rampant Pumas. Press Association Joe Schmidt will lick his wounds into the small hours watching endless re-runs of Ireland’s World Cup exit – then come back stronger for the hurt. Prop Nathan White backed head coach Schmidt to jump straight back into searching for minuscule improvements, just hours after Ireland crashed out of the World Cup to Argentina. The Pumas thumped Schmidt’s men 43-20 to deny Ireland a first World Cup semi-final, at the sixth time of asking. Shorn of pivotal leaders Paul O’Connell, Peter O’Mahony and Johnny Sexton through injury, and the banned Sean O’Brien, Ireland simply failed to contain their South American foes. Dejected Ireland duo Devin Toner and Keith Earls refused to blame the litany of missing stars for their side’s last-eight exit. “It’s the first World Cup I’ve been involved in and I knew progressing would be very hard,” said Leinster lock Toner. “It was very frustrating but the best thing we can do is learn from it and move forward. “They’re a very dangerous side and they proved that. “We’re always going to miss the leaders that weren’t out there today but I’m not going to make excuses.” Outside centre Earls was shut down at every turn by the frenzied Pumas defence, admitting afterwards Ireland’s feeling of impotence to be 17 points down after just 12 minutes. “It’s devastating to be going home tomorrow after putting your body on the line for the whole tournament,” said Earls. “We thought we were in a good place last week. We had a few injuries and we were missing a few massive leaders, but it’s not easy when you give a team a 17-point lead after 15 minutes. “It was bizarre. I looked up at one stage and it was only 12 minutes gone. But they like to suck in defenders and they’re big, strong men and they got outside us. “Our defence was off a few times in the first half and sometimes in these games you only get one or two chances and they took their chances. “We lost four massive players but we knew we had the players to come in (and) do well. “They gave everything but it was tough out there – and that’s Test rugby.” Ireland boss Schmidt hailed Argentina in victory, but was left frustrated by fly-half Nicolas Sanchez, as he termed it, drawing a penalty out of Toner for a high tackle. Schmidt claimed Sanchez made a meal of the challenge, that allowed Argentina to secure a six-point lead heading into the final throes. “You can’t afford to give a good team like that such a head-start,” said Schmidt. ” But at the same time at 23-20 we worked an overlap that we didn’t quite take. “And there’s a little lack of experience, and that was very frustrating. “It either comes off for us or for them, and we didn’t quite get the rub of the green. “I felt sorry for Dev at 23-20 when they won a penalty. “I thought Sanchez was imperious today. But I do think he milked that for everything it was worth. And once it got to 26-20 it became a little bit more difficult.” last_img read more

first_imgSwen was introduced in the 88th minute, replacing South Africa-based Anthony Laffor in the Lone Star 1-0 win against Zimbabwe(Photo: Anthony Kokoi) Liberia’s 1-0 win over Zimbabwe at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex on Sunday was not just a triumph for the national team, but also a memorable moment for Barrack Young Controllers’ defender Eugene Swen, who made his international debut with the senior national team.Swen started from the bench and was later introduced in the 88th minute, replacing former national team skipper Anthony Laffor, after taking the lead in the 72nd through Captain William Jebor’s close-range goal.The 19-year-old defender, who had an outstanding debut season, winning double titles with BYC in the 2018 Liberia Football Association League season, was named to coach Thomas Kojo’s provisional squad and later made it to the final squad for the Zimbabwe encounter.“I am very excited to have made my debut for the Lone Star. It was a great moment for my career. I could not describe the feelings with the team securing such a result, particularly on my birthday. It was a moment that I have waited for quite a long time and it finally came through,” he said.Swen’s introduction in the match was made at the time Lone Star looked to build up their defense in order to prevent the Warriors from getting the equalizer.“Going on training camp and playing along with players like Anthony Laffor, William Jebor, Tonia Tisdell and the rest of the guys was just a sign of encouragement for me to keep working harder, and I look forward to challenges ahead,” he said.There is still a huge task ahead of Swen as he could be included in BYC’s squad for their 2018/2019 CAF Champions League match against Guinean side Horoya FC in the preliminary rounds.BYC were paired against the Guinean outfit after the result for the draw was released by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) on November 9. According to the fixtures released by CAF, BYC will play their first leg away from home between November 27-28 before returning home for the second leg between December 4 and 5.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Schurr can’t hold on

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first_img“(Monrovia) did a good job of applying pressure (down the stretch),” Schurr coach Kevin Akiyama said. “Their players never quit. It’s a shame someone had to lose this game.” For a while, it appeared the Wildcats would come up on the losing end. Schurr, which received 18 points from Jeremy Gerardo and 14 from Alex Valdez, appeared to have the game under control. Justin Sasada, who finished with 12 points, scored on back-to-back layups with 1:23 left, giving the Spartans a comfortable 63-58 lead. But Monrovia’s Marcus Monroe, who had a game-high 27 points, made a nice feed to Conklin for an easy layup with 1:10 left before Monroe drew a foul and made two free throws with 33 seconds left, cutting the deficit to 63-62. MONTEBELLO – There are no sure things in the postseason, and now there is no Schurr High School in the CIF-Southern Section boys basketball playoffs. Phillip Conklin scored on a rebound follow with 7.6 seconds left to help Monrovia rally for a 64-63 victory over the host Spartans in a Division III-AA first-round playoff game on Friday night. Sasada, getting pressure from Phillip Brown and Monroe, was then called for traveling with 19 seconds remaining. Monrovia’s MacKenzie Hall-Solomon drove the lane before missing a layup, but Conklin grabbed the rebound and followed with an easy layup and a 64-63 lead with 7.6 seconds to play. “We were just trying to get the rebound,” Akiyama said. “They just did a good job getting the offensive board.” Schurr then pushed the ball up court before calling a timeout with 1.2 seconds to play. The Spartans were able to screen off Hidalgo for an open jumper at the top of the key, but it was just short at the buzzer, giving the Wildcats the victory. [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3061 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img The Wildcats, 13-12, advanced to Tuesday’s second round to play Oak Park, a 66-57 winner over Morro Bay, at a site to be determined. Schurr (15-9) had a chance to win it, but James Hidalgo’s 3-point attempt at the buzzer clanked off the front of the rim. last_img read more

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Greek police have arrested a 24-year-old man on charges of distributing child abuse material over the internet.Police managed to track the man down at his home located in central Macedonia thanks to a tip-off from the US Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC).The NCMEC has been a big help to Greek authorities of late.On Tuesday the Centre assisted police in locating a 43-year-old in Athens, who has been allegedly distributing child abuse material online.last_img