TAGSCoronaviruscovid19Keeping Limerick PostedLeo VaradkarlimerickLimerick Post LAST night at 9pm (St.Patrick’s Day) An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar made an impactful, insightful and moving speech to the people of Ireland. Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live LimerickNewsAddress by An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TDBy Meghann Scully – March 18, 2020 151 WhatsApp Twitter Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Previous articleLimerick-based pharmaceutical company announces advances in coronavirus anti-body programmeNext articleThis time will pass and sport will return Meghann Scully Here is what he said: RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Linkedin Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Tonight I want you to know why these actions are being taken and what more needs to be done. We are in the midst of a global and national emergency – a pandemic – the likes of which none of us has seen before. So far the number of cases in Ireland has been relatively small.However, we believe that number will rise to fifteen thousand cases or more by the end of the month and rise further in the weeks thereafter.The vast majority of us who contract Covid-19 will experience a mild illness… but some will be hospitalised and sadly some people will die. We cannot stop this virus but working together we can slow it in its tracks and push it back. We can, as you have heard by now – flatten the curve. But only if everyone takes sustained action. Nothing less will do.We all need to take steps to reduce close human contact. That is how the virus is spread. Not just at public gatherings or public places but also in ourown homes… places of leisure and work.Large public gatherings are cancelled. All pubs andbars are shut. We have also asked people to curtail or cancel social gatherings like parties, weddings and other celebrations. I know these choices won’t be easy,but they are necessary.More will be required in the coming weeks to reduce the spread of the virus. At all times we will be guided by… and take the expert advice…from our Public Health Emergency Team led by the Chief Medical Officer. We will always put your life and your health ahead of any other concern. All resources that we have… financial and human… are being deployed to serve this great national effort.We are watching what’s happening around the world and will learn from the experience of other countries affected by Covid-19 before us – what works and what doesn’t.We know the best strategies focus on testing… contact tracing and social distancing. So, that is our strategy. We will keep our essential services… supply chains and utilities operating. Many of you want to know when this will be over. The truth is we don’t know yet.This Emergency is likely to go on well beyond March 29th. It could go on for months into the summer so we need to be sensible in the approach we take.We will deploy our full resources to ensure that essential shops… workplaces and public transport can continue to operate. People will still need to buy goods and avail of personal services in the weeks and months ahead.However… to do so… we need your co-operation and that of business and industry to make social distancing workable. This may mean changing how you do your business… but we will work with you to find safe and creative ways to do this.This may mean adjusted opening hours… Staggering breaks… phone calls rather than meetings… and if possible working from home.As you plan your life it will mean avoiding unnecessary journeys. Shopping online from local businesses and getting things delivered rather than physically going to the premises.In short – we are asking people to come together as a nation by staying apart from each other. The most basic messages of washing your hands properly and practicing good hygiene around sneezing and coughing are still the most important. And… if you have a new cough that isn’t going away or a high temperature… stay at home and phone your doctor. A test will be arranged for you.At a certain point… we will advise the elderly and people who have a long-term illness to stay at home for several weeks. We are putting in place the systems to ensure that if you are one of them, you will have food, supplies and are checked on. We call this ‘cocooning’ and it will save many lives… particularly the most vulnerable… the most precious in our society.It’s going to be very difficult to stay apart from our loved ones.Most grandparents just want to give their grandkids a hug and a kiss – but as hard as this is… we need to keep our physical distance to stop the virus. Technology can help – check in with your loved ones on Skype or Facetime and promise them you’ll see them again soon. We’ve already seen our fantastic community spirit spring into action.Phone your neighbours… see if they need help… and make sure those who are living alone are not left alone.To all the young people watching – I know you are bored and probably a bit fed up. You want to see your friends and you might even be wishing you were back at school.You’re going to have to wait a while longer for that.I hope you remember that this time is tough on your parents as well.So I’m asking you to ask your parents at least once a day what you can do to help them. Keep up your schoolwork and call your grandparents.Keep up your schoolwork… call your grandparents and try not to fight with your brothers and sisters.Like you, my family has spoken about little else in recent days.My partner… my two sisters… and both their husbands are working in the health service – here in Ireland and in the UK. They are all apprehensive. They have heard the stories from China and Italy of hospitals being overwhelmed and medical staff getting sick.I am so proud of all of them.Not all superheroes wear capes… some wear scrubs and gowns. All of our healthcare workers need us to do the right thing in the weeks ahead.Our community services and hospitals are being tooled up.Essential equipment is on the way.Retired staff are returning to service. People are training for changed roles. This is the calm before the storm – before the surge.And when it comes – and it will come – never will so many ask so much of so few.We will do all that we can to support them.I am also grateful to the many people who have joined this great national effort. Not just our healthcare staff but also our army cadets… librarians and civil servants who are learning how to do contact tracing. The early education and childcare workers offering to look after the children of our front line staff so they can go to work. The teachers and lecturers finding new innovative ways to teach students on-line and putting together contingency plans for the Leaving Cert and College exams.The people who are stocking our shelves every day… and those who are serving customers.Our hauliers… who leave their families on a Sunday evening and travel across the continent to ensure that we have the products, medicine and equipment that we need. All who have kept our supply chain moving… we thank them…a different kind of frontline service. Our journalists and broadcasters who are helping to inform and educate. All are deserving of our respect and thanks.Coronavirus is already having a deep impact on jobs and economic activity and will continue to do so.Some people watching will have seen their jobs lost… businesses closed… or their working hours reduced. More will be worried that this might happen to them too… especially as we do not know when the Emergency will end.I know this is causing huge stress to you and your families… on top of fear of the virus.While we do not have all the answers now… we are doing and will do all we can to help you through the time ahead.You will receive income support as quickly and efficiently as possible… and when we are through the worst… we will work as hard as possible to get people back to work and get business open again.Everyone in our society must show solidarity in this time of national sacrifice. For those who have lost their jobs and had their incomes reduced temporarily… there must be help and understanding from those who can give it… particularly the banks… government bodies and utilities.We went into this crisis with a strong economy and the public finances in good order. We have the capacity and credit rating to borrow billions if we need to. I am confident that our economy will bounce back… but the damage will be significant and lasting. The bill will be enormous and it may take years to pay it.The Government has already signed off a 3 billion euro package for health, social welfare and business – we will take further action as needed.Tonight I know many of you are feeling scared and overwhelmed. That is a normal reaction, but we will get through this and we will prevail. We need to halt the spread of the virus but we also need to halt the spread of fear. So please rely only on information from trusted sources. From Government… from the HSE… from the World Health Organisation and from the national media.Do not forward or share messages that are from other, unreliable sources. So much harm has already been caused by those messages… and we must insulate our communities and the most vulnerable from the contagion of fear. Fear is a virus in itself.Please take regular breaks from watching newsand media, and from consuming social media. Constantly scrolling on your phone or obsessively following the latest developments… is not good for anyone.Look after your mental health and well-being as well as your physical health. Tonight on our national holiday I also want to send a message around the world that we are all in this together.To the people of China, Spain and Italy who have suffered untold heartbreak and loss – we are with you.To all of those across the world who have losta loved one to this virus – we are with you.To all those living in the shadow of what is tocome – we are with you.Viruses pay no attention to borders… race… nationality or gender.They are the shared enemy of all humanity.So it will be the shared enterpriseof all humanity that finds a treatment and a vaccine that protects us. Tonight I send a message of friendship and of hope from Ireland to everyone around the world this Saint Patrick’s Day.Lá Fhéile Pádraig shona daoibh!Oíche mhaith. Advertisement Lá Fhéile Pádraig shona daoibh!This is a Saint Patrick’s Day like no other. A day that none of us will ever forget.Today’s children will tell their own children and grandchildren about the national holiday in 2020 that had no parades or parties… but instead saw everyone staying at home to protect each other. In years to come… let them say of us… when things were at their worst… we were at our best.Our country is making big demands of our healthcare staff… big demands of every single one of us. Email WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Print Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener
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View Comments from $149.00 Mandy Gonzalez & Karen Olivo(Photo: Twitter.com/Lin_Manuel) Related Shows Hamilton and In the Heights fans are satisfied and totally feel like they’re home! Mandy Gonzalez and Karen Olivo, who will portray the role of Angelica Schuyler in New York and Chicago, respectively, took to Facebook Live on August 4. While fans are stoked to see both In the Heights alums in Renée Elise Goldsberry’s Tony-winning role, the two definitely seem like they could play sisters that are a little less far away. They discussed bad singing, really good empanadas and their alternative dream Hamilton roles. (Olivo wishes she could play George Washington, and Gonzalez wants to play Aaron Burr, ma’am.) Watch the adorable reunion and resulting shenanigans below! Hamilton
In response, the daily rate of reported new infections has steadied in the low single digits, from about 25% several weeks ago, for a total of about 6,500 infections, including 63 deaths.Still, Morrison said the rules would not be relaxed until national testing capacity has been increased, contract tracing of known COVID-19 cases expanded and a response to any future outbreak fully prepared.”We want to be very clear with Australians, baseline restrictions we have in place at the moment, there are no plans to change those for the next four weeks,” Morrison said during a televised media briefing.Morrison said officials were formulating a slow wind-back of the restrictions, but did not specify which could be eased first, although he has in recent days pushed state and territory leaders to re-open schools. Morrison has cited medical advice that children carry a low risk of transmitting the virus as he advocated for the re-opening schools to help boost the country’s economy, which is headed for its first recession in three decades..However, some leaders of the country’s eight states and territories – which administer schools – have departed from that policy and ordered schools remain shut to all but the children of “essential” workers, including those in the health and grocery sectors.In Victoria, the country’s second most populous state where officials have told parents to keep children at home if possible, just 3% of children attended school on Tuesday, the first day after the Easter break. Students in other states and territories remain on mid-term vacation.An agreement on the issue was not reached at a meeting on Thursday of the national cabinet, made up of state and federal leaders, formed to tackle the crisis.Suppression strategy Australia’s Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy said Australia’s choice of a “suppression” strategy, as opposed to a full shutdown of public life as adopted by neighbor New Zealand, could free the country of the virus without hefty economic penalties.”We don’t feel the need to hold the country very seriously in lockdown until we have no cases,” Murphy said. “If that happens with the measures we are doing now, that would be fantastic.”In Sydney, police entered the Villawood immigration detention center to end rooftop and hunger strike protests begun by some refugee inmates on Saturday. Three detainees who refused to come down from the roof were arrested and taken into custody.Detainees were angry the government has refused pleas to release them from the center amid the health crisis, and also denied requests for COVID-19 testing in the center.While some countries have released some non-violent detainees from prisons and detention centers, Australia has so far refused to do so.Meanwhile, Morrison said Australia will defer repayments on a $300 million loan to Papua New Guinea for the rest of the year. Australia will retain restrictions on public movement for at least four more weeks, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday, dashing speculation the country’s sustained low growth in new cases could spur a quicker return to normal.Australia has averted the high numbers of coronavirus casualties reported in other countries around the world after closing its borders and imposing strict “social distancing” measures for the past month.Restaurants, bars and other “non-essential” businesses have been shuttered and public gatherings of more than two people banned under the threat of fines and even prison – measures that are expected to double the country’s unemployment rate by mid-year. Topics :
Whatever criticism that has arisen from the Raiders’ agreed-upon trade to get Antonio Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers has centered on the wide receiver’s unpredictable behavior.Brown left the Steelers last season with the playoffs on the line in Week 17 and reportedly had issues with quarterback Ben Roeethlisberger as well as occasional missed meetings.And here come the Raiders and coach Jon Gruden, … (CLICK HERE, If you are unable to view this photo gallery on your mobile device.)
About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Chelsea assistant Cudicini: Carabao Cup can set up 2019by Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea assistant Carlo Cudicini believes Carabao Cup success can help the club perform well in 2019.The Blues will take on Tottenham Hotspur in the semi-final, with the first leg to played at Wembley on Tuesday.”It’s always important to win the first trophy of the season,” he told the club’s official website . “You have the chance to win it in February and it can help to then have an even better end of the season.”As a club, we consider all the trophies to be important and we have the chance to reach the final and we obviously want to do well.”
Arsenal boss Emery: We’ve improved since Wenger leftby Paul Vegasa day agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal manager Unai Emery has defended his short career at the club, claiming he has improved the team since Arsene Wenger’s departure.Following Monday’s loss to Sheffield United multiple critics stated Arsenal had shown no signs of progression under Emery, who replaced Wenger in the summer of 2018.But the Spaniard has launched a passionate defence on how he has improved the competitive nature within his squad.”Sometimes we forget the memory and we need to remember,” said Emery. “When I arrived here, this team needed to improve being more competitive.”This club, historically, was winning 1-0 and being very competitive, but it wasn’t enough.”Then it was being competitive with improved creativity. When I arrived, the creativity was good, but being competitive was worse. It was not enough.”I think last year I started to improve being competitive, with some very good matches playing with creativity.”This year we are in a process, but we need patience because our strategy as a club is with some new players and some young players. We changed 10 players and are continuing being competitive. Creativity, maybe we lost a little, but I know we are going to recover that.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Twitter/@NunesMagicianOn Monday, Syracuse athletic director Mark Coyle announced that head coach Scott Shafer would not be retained after the season finale, after starting the 2015 season at 3-8 after a 3-9 2014. Shafer stayed on to coach the team’s final game of the season against Boston College, and pulled out a victory with a last second Cole Murphy field goal to win 20-17. After the game, Syracuse players picked a very emotional Shafer up, and paraded him around the field.Shafer did not have the most successful tenure at Syracuse, but he is extremely close with his players. It is good to see him go out on top.
YEARPLAYERR1R2R3R4WEEKENDTOTAL Spieth isn’t the first golfer to experience an unceremonious meltdown on Sunday at a major championship; YouTube is littered with the bones of players snatching ignominy from the jaws of victory. That doesn’t make it any less jarring to see a player as good as Spieth, leading by 5 midway through the Masters’ final round, fresh off of one of the greatest seasons at the majors in modern history last year, fall apart in such spectacular fashion. And that he was beaten by Danny Willett, who had just one career top-10 finish at a major before this week, made Spieth’s defeat all the more stunning.In measuring Spieth’s performance in majors last year, I used “major shares,” a statistic that estimates how many majors a player would have been expected to win given his scoring relative to the field average in past majors. Fractional “shares” of wins accumulate over time for good players; the number is nailed right around zero for the also-rans. Going into the Masters, Spieth had 1.48 career major shares,1A few notes, since I tweaked the methodology a bit since last season: Instead of using z-scores, I’m now basing major shares on a player’s strokes above the field average in a tournament. (Research by Daniel Myers shows that converting those to z-scores needlessly adds statistical noise to a player’s rating.) I also listed two versions of major shares last season — one that adjusts for other performances in the field, one that does not — and I’ve averaged those together here. the 10th-most of any active player; Willett, on the other hand, had 0.01 major shares. That difference, 1.47 major shares, was the 17th-biggest disparity in résumés between a major’s third-round leader and the player who eventually overtook him since 1958.2Out of the 139 instances in that span where the leader after three rounds didn’t go on to win the major. In other words, there have been less likely candidates to come from behind, but not many. 1987MastersBen Crenshaw1.84Larry Mize0.021.81 1965Jack Nicklaus+4.1+2.9+9.1+4.6+13.7+20.7 1967Gay Brewer+0.6+5.1+1.7+7.2+8.9+14.6 2016MastersJordan Spieth1.48Danny Willett0.011.47 1971MastersJack Nicklaus7.29Charles Coody0.097.20 1990Nick Faldo+1.1+0.9+6.6+4.2+10.8+12.8 1973Tommy Aaron+6.0-0.5+0.2+6.1+6.3+11.8 1993PGAGreg Norman2.92Paul Azinger0.482.43 The quality (or lack thereof) with which Spieth hit the ball at the 12th hole was shocking, but Willett’s weekend charge was also pretty historic. It took a combination of the two to generate a Green Jacket ceremony this awkward: 2006U.S.Phil Mickelson3.45Geoff Ogilvy0.033.43 1984BritishTom Watson5.33Seve Ballesteros2.053.28 Biggest major upsets since 1958 1996Nick Faldo+2.1+4.8+0.8+6.7+7.5+14.3 LEADER THROUGH 3 RDSEVENTUAL WINNER 1986Jack Nicklaus-0.6+1.3+2.0+7.0+9.0+9.7 Best weekend performances at Augusta, 1958-2016 1990MastersRaymond Floyd2.66Nick Faldo1.051.61 1987U.S.Tom Watson5.48Scott Simpson0.045.44 1994Jose Maria Olazabal-0.8+5.0+5.4+4.9+10.3+14.5 2013U.S.Phil Mickelson4.58Justin Rose0.244.34 Few sports offer as much potential for dramatic, heartbreaking collapse as golf. Jordan Spieth learned as much on Sunday: 1989MastersBen Crenshaw2.09Nick Faldo0.851.24 2010Phil Mickelson+3.9+1.5+5.6+4.9+10.5+16.0 SourceS: ESPN, Yahoo 2008BritishGreg Norman3.45P. Harrington0.343.12 1977BritishJack Nicklaus12.50Tom Watson0.8511.65 YEARPLAYERR1R2R3R4WEEKENDTOTAL 2016Danny Willett+2.3-0.3+3.7+5.7+9.4+11.5 2005Tiger Woods-1.2+6.2+7.2+2.2+9.4+14.4 Considering Spieth’s immense potential, the difference between the two golfers would likely have been even higher if Willett had pulled this upset later in Spieth’s career. Spieth is no Tiger Woods, but before Sunday, he’d developed a reputation for steadiness, particularly in majors. After he birdied the ninth hole on Sunday to go up 5 strokes, a third major — and second Green Jacket — in the span of 12 months seemed imminent. (Ken Pomeroy — who maintains a golf win probability feed on Twitter in addition to his indispensable college basketball stats site — gave Spieth a 92 percent chance of winning at that point.) Then, a pair of bogeys to give a few strokes back. Then, quadruple-bogey.But epic collapses such as Spieth’s are often accompanied by incredible comebacks. And for all the water-cooler chatter about Spieth’s disastrous final trip through Augusta’s back nine, Willett also had to play tremendous golf over the weekend, particularly on Sunday. In the final 36 holes of the tournament, Willett outplayed the field average by 9.4 strokes, the ninth-best weekend enjoyed by any Masters winner since 1958. And 5.7 of those strokes were gained against the field in Round 4 alone, representing the eighth-best final round performance by a winner since ’58. STROKES GAINED AGAINST FIELD 1985Bernhard Langer+1.2-1.3+6.0+4.8+10.8+10.6 Best Sundays at Augusta, 1958-2016 YEARMAJORPLAYERMAJOR SHARESPLAYERMAJOR SHARESDIFF 1983U.S.Tom Watson4.44Larry Nelson0.703.73 2016Danny Willett+2.3-0.3+3.7+5.7+9.4+11.5 1997Tiger Woods+3.7+5.8+7.2+4.2+11.5+21.0 1986PGAGreg Norman1.60Bob Tway0.021.58 STROKES GAINED AGAINST FIELD 1978Gary Player+1.2-0.4+3.1+8.2+11.3+12.1 1985MastersRaymond Floyd2.22Bernhard Langer0.251.97 2012U.S.Jim Furyk1.25Webb Simpson0.001.25 1978PGATom Watson1.78John Mahaffey0.531.25 1995U.S.Greg Norman3.23Corey Pavin0.242.99 1978Gary Player+1.2-0.4+3.1+8.2+11.3+12.1 2009BritishTom Watson5.98Stewart Cink0.375.61 2011Charl Schwartzel+2.0-0.5+4.1+5.7+9.8+11.3 1959Art Wall+0.8-1.6+1.8+7.4+9.2+8.4 2011Charl Schwartzel+2.0-0.5+4.1+5.7+9.8+11.3 1995Ben Crenshaw+0.7+3.5+2.3+5.3+7.7+11.9 2009PGATiger Woods10.85Y.E. Yang0.0010.85 1989Nick Faldo+5.3+1.3-2.9+6.7+3.8+10.3
In Ohio State’s loss to Southern Cal last night, the theme seemed to be missed opportunity.“Our kids prepared extremely hard and played extremely hard and we just didn’t come up with enough of the things you need to do to win a ball game like that,” coach Jim Tressel said. “You need to score more than five points in the second half and they came up with plays on that last drive when they needed to and so they go home with the spoils.”OSU led the game 15-10 late in the fourth quarter, but gave up a hard-earned touchdown and two-point conversion in the last minute of play.Despite bouncing back from an early interception thrown by Terrelle Pryor, Ohio State was unable to take advantage of their opportunities on offense to win the big game.Pyror vs. Barkley, who stood up in the pressure?Leading up to the game, there was a lot of talk about how USC’s freshman quarterback Matt Barkley was going to handle the pressure of the atmosphere in a stadium like the ‘Shoe. Turns out, it was a record-breaking crowd of 106,033 fans in Ohio Stadium and Barkley seemed to handle just fine.Pryor, on the other hand, really wasn’t playing his game last night. The sophomore, who played a significant amount of last year’s game in southern California, gave up a quick interception on the first drive, which USC returned for a touchdown to lead early.At halftime, Pryor had thrown for 123 yards, leading Barkley, who had thrown for 105 yards. But in the second half, Pryor was virtually shut down and added only 54 yards to Barkley’s 90.Pryor was 11 for 25 with one interception and one sack; Barkley was 15 for 31 with one interception and two sacks. Pryor really didn’t stand out against Barkley the way that a veteran should on his own turf.“I think those two young quarterbacks played against two good defenses and those few good defenses brought a lot of pressure and I’m sure that both of them will learn a lot from the experience and that was a tough ball game, especially if you were a quarterback,” Tressel said.Red zone deficientWhile Ohio State isn’t exactly red zone deficient, they certainly make it there, but they just can’t capitalize on position.The Buckeyes had more than half their points come from outside of the end zone, with two field goals from Aaron Pettrey and a safety half way through the third quarter.The Bucks also struggled getting first downs. They had five first downs in the first quarter and then only five more the rest of the game. The offense had terrible trouble converting on important plays. The Buckeyes were four of 13 for third-down conversions.“We didn’t take advantage of our opportunities that the defense gave us,” said Jake Ballard, senior tight end and fourth Buckeye captain. “We just kept getting three and out. And you can’t do that when you get the ball.”Running game was missingIt has been no secret that USC has one of the deepest and most talented running back depth charts in college football, but with their performance last week, Dan Herron and Brandon Saine were expected to produce much more than they did last night.Herron carried the ball 18 times for 46 yards and a touchdown, while Saine carried the ball just once throughout the entire game, gaining two yrads. Pryor was OSU’s second highest rusher with a net gain of 36 yards on 10 carries. Kick returner Lamaar Thomas made a rare appearance in the backfield and ran for six yards in the fourth quarter.USC out-ran Ohio State 118 yards to 88.Defense stands strong despite lossOne positive that did come out of the game, was that the Ohio State defense really stepped up. The defensive line played an excellent game against the Trojans.“Our defense played extremely had and they came up with plays, they got us a turnover near mid-field and we didn’t cash in on it at all,” Tressel said. “They just kept playing, and I thought the punt unit did a great job of setting up good field position down in there and our defense made it ahrd for them to drive over the course of the game and they played hard, there’s no doubt.”The defensive tackles, captain Doug Worthington and Todd Denlinger combined for six tackles and a tackle-for-loss of four yards. Linebackers Ross Homan, Brian Rolle and Austin Spitler combined for 22 tackles, while Devon Torrence and Cameron Heyward both added sacks to the defensive statistics.“I’m really just physically drained and I know this whole team is just physically drained,” said senior captain Kurt Coleman, who added five tackles of his own. “We worked so hard and it’s just toughâ€¦we knew the ball was going to be in our court and we had to stop them on that last drive and we knew that and it’s just tough, man, I don’t know, it’s tough.”How do we bounce back and win the Big Ten?With a loss under their belts, it is now critical for Ohio State to win their conference. With a big game on the road against Penn State, and several tough games at home, how are the Buckeyes going to get themselves ready to take on the Big Ten?Spitler said that this was obviously a tough loss for the Buckeyes but that they can’t let that get them down.“Have to bound back, tough, and understand that we played a heck of a team and we’ve got a bright future,” Spitler said.Coleman said that he personally, and the team, still have a lot to strive for in the rest of the season and that this loss doesn’t mean the end of their season.“The best thing about this is it’s a nonconference game and we still have things to strive for and things we want to accomplish in the season. We want to win the Big Ten, so we have to regroup and we have to rebound from this,” Coleman said. “We cannot let this affect us at all. So me, myself, and I know the senior are going to really get everybody’s focus back because Toledo’s going to be a tough opponent, so we have to just regroup and get back to the drawing board and get after it.”
Olympique de Marseille are reportedly considering making an approach to Ajax for goalkeeper Andre OnanaLast season’s Europa League runners-up suffered a major blow to their new campaign after first-choice keeper Steve Mandanda was injured in last weekend’s defeat to Olympique de Nimes.The 33-year-old is now expected to miss up to three or four weeks of action.Now Sport reports that OM’s Sporting Director Andoni Zubizarreta, who used to play as a goalkeeper himself for Spain and Barcelona, is eyeing a move for Ajax’s Onana.Report: Van der Sar staying at Ajax for now George Patchias – September 12, 2019 Edwin van der Sar will not be leaving Ajax to take up a job at Manchester United.In the last few days, one bookmaker suspended…At 22 years old, Les Phoceens feels that not only can Onana deputise in goal for Mandanda but he could also serve as a potential long-term replacement.Marseille will need to decide quickly after an underwhelming start to the Ligue 1 season that has seen them lose 3-1 to Nimes on Sunday after beating Toulouse at home.Onana has been named in Clarence Seedorf’s first Cameroon squad ahead of next month’s friendly against Comoros.