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Carmel Tennis

September 24, 2020 | isuyyvzl | No Comments

first_imgForty-two year old Mike Bostic is retiring as the tennis coach for Carmel High School.  In his 8 years as a tennis coach at Carmel, his boys team won 5 state titles and the girls team 3.  The girls team did this in the last 4 years.  On their run to the state championship game this year they went 39-1 in their matches, including a 5-0 state title over Munster.In his 8 years at the helm of the Greyhounds, his teams were 181-2.  You might ask why a 42-year old with such a record would be retiring.  He has 2 young sons and he wants to spend time with them.  From another point of view, what does he have to prove?  Good luck, Mike, in your retirement from tennis.  Oh, by the way, most of the girls team is back for next year.last_img

Mel slams penalty decision

September 21, 2020 | tdpedrwj | No Comments

first_imgWest Brom head coach Pepe Mel labelled the decision to award a second-half penalty against his side as “laughable” as the Baggies succumbed to a 3-1 defeat at Crystal Palace. Press Association Marouane Chamakh was played through on goal and the on-rushing Ben Foster slid in to tackle the Morocco international, with Foy deeming the England goalkeeper had committed a foul before pointing to the spot. He decided against showing a card to Foster, who was then sent the wrong way by Chamakh, but Mel was left fuming at the awarding of the spot-kick as his side went on to lose and fall into the Barclays Premier League bottom three. “The penalty decision was laughable,” he said. “If it was a penalty then it would have been a red card. I think the penalty decision really did prevent us from getting anything from the game. “In the previous piece of play Speroni made a really great save and that would have made it 2-2 so the penalty decision really did kill us off. “If it was a penalty then we wouldn’t be able to say anything about it but it really was an error from the referee.” Mel was also unhappy about his side’s defending in the first half and felt, if they had started well, they could have left south London with only their second away win of the campaign. “I’m extremely angry,” he said. The Eagles had led 2-0 at half-time courtesy of goals from debutants Tom Ince and Joe Ledley before West Brom’s own new man Thievy Bifouma pulled a goal back at the start of the second half. The visitors then pushed on for an equaliser and saw James Morrison and Scott Sinclair bring the best out of Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni before referee Chris Foy made the game’s biggest decision. “In the first half we really did gift it to Crystal Palace, the first goal was from a second ball and the second goal came from a corner. “I really would like to know (why we started so slowly) but if we had played like we did in the second half we would have three more points right now.” Palace boss Tony Pulis, who saw his side move to 13th in the table with the win, had a different view of the contentious penalty decision. “Looking back it looks as though the referee has got it right,” said the Welshman. “Ben has caught him with his foot I think, Marouane touches it away and then Ben comes through and I think it is his momentum that catches Chamakh.” Pulis handed debuts to Ledley, Ince and Scott Dann and was pleased with their contributions – challenging them to add greater depth to his squad. “I think the biggest thing about Tom if you look at what he did today was actually his work and the way he did all the unglamorous stuff that all good players do,” Pulis added. “We are pleased for him, Dann and Ledley, the big thing for the team is that the players who have been at the football club have done exceptionally well. “Tom took his goal with aplomb. We have been moaning a little bit that we haven’t scored enough from set-plays and Joe’s header was first-class. “The players we brought in they have to work as hard and have that little bit more quality but I’m pleased for the group, it is the group who have taken us where we are at the moment and it will be the group that decides whether we are good enough to stay in the Premier League or not.” last_img read more

first_imgRIOT ACT FOR EPL PLAYERSPlans designed to reduce “intolerable behaviour” by players and managers in English football have been announced.In a statement, the Premier League, English Football League and Football Association said poor conduct has reached “unacceptable levels”. Starting this season, red cards will be issued to players who confront match officials and use offensive language or make gestures towards them.Behaviour within the technical areas will also be more rigorously enforced.Not one player has been sent off in the Premier League for insulting or abusive language towards a match official in the last five seasons.But Premier League chairman Richard Scudamore said there has been concern “for some time” that players have been “overstepping the mark”.“It is our collective position that these types of behaviour should no longer be tolerated,” he added.“Things happen in the heat of the moment during fast and highly competitive football. We still want to see the passion fans enjoy and demand, but players and managers have to be aware there are lines that should not be crossed.”Offences which could earn players a yellow cardVisibly disrespectful behaviour to any match official;An aggressive response to decisions;Confronting an official face to face;Running towards an official to contest a decision;Offensive, insulting or abusive language and/or gestures towards match officials;Physical contact with any match official in a non-aggressive manner;A yellow card for at least one player when two or more from a team surround a match official.New red card offencesIf a player confronts match officials and uses offensive, insulting or abusive language and/or gestures towards them;Physical contact with match officials in an aggressive or confrontational manner.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more