Crespo confident Lampard right man for Chelsea job

first_img Loading… read also:Lampard responds to controversial move that led to Chelsea victory “They spent a lot of money on building young players in their academy, who now have the opportunity to play. I think it’s the vision of the club now – to try and have young players in the first XI. “As well as Frank, John Terry showed great leadership inside the changing room. Both were great leaders and it doesn’t surprise me now they are both coaches.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Crespo played with Lampard during his time at Chelsea. “Frankie now as the manager of Chelsea – I think it’s beautiful,” Crespo is quoted by the Daily Mail. “Chelsea now have a good mix of experienced and young players. I think they have started to build something different than before.Advertisementcenter_img Former Chelsea striker, Hernan Crespo, is confident manager, Frank Lampard, is the right man for the job.last_img read more

Englishman Anthony Taylor will be the Referee on the Match Cyprus – B&H

first_imgEnglish referee Anthony Taylor will be the main referee in the qualifying match for the European Championship in France, which the National team of B&H will play on Tuesday against Cyprus in Nicosia.Taylor is 36 years old and he is working as referee since 2002. He was working in the lower ranks of English football for 8 years, and he became a referee in the Premier League in 2010. Three years later, he started to work as referee under the badge of FIFA on the international matches. This year, he was the referee on the finals of the English League Cup between Chelsea and Tottenham at Wembley. Blues won with the score 2: 0.He was also a referee on the match between Arsenal and Chelsea, which was played on the 7th of July at Wembley, when Arsenal won with the score 1: 0 and won the FA Community Shield.He was called out because of his decision several times by the premier league managers, and the loudest were Sam Allardyce, David Moyes, Arsene Wenger and Brendan Rodgers.Taylor made a mistake last year in December, for which he publicly apologized. He showed a yellow card for feigning to Chelsea football player Cesc Fabregas in the match against Southampton, however the footage showed that the Spaniard was really fouled.He was a referee in 113 matches in Premier League, and he showed 22 red and 383 yellow cards.In the last 20 international matches, he assigned 5 penalties, 3 for the hosts and 2 for guests. He showed 4 red cards, 2 for the hosts and guests each. As for yellow cards, he showed a total of 51 card, 44 for host teams and 95 for the visitors.Taylor’s assistants will be John Brooks, Lee Betts, Martin Atkinson and Robert Madley. The 4th referee will be Jake Collin.(Source: klix.ba)last_img read more

Help wanted: Full-time housekeeping at SRMC

first_imgHelp wanted: This is a full time position in housekeeping. The hours are Monday – Friday,  3 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Must be able to work occasional weekends and shared holidays. Qualified individuals will possess the ability to do laundry for patient care, keep storage rooms stocked, distribute linens and laundered articles, replace soiled drapes and cubicle curtains, disinfect and sterilize equipment and supplies, sweep, scrub, wax, and polish floors, clean rugs, carpets, upholstered furniture, and draperies, empty wastebaskets. Competitive benefits with compensation based on experience. The successful applicant will be required to pass a post offer drug screen. Interested individuals should apply online at www.srmcks.org, send resume to Emily Pierce, HR Coordinator, [email protected], or apply in person at 1323 North A St, Wellington, KS  67152. Equal Opportunity/Tobacco & Drug Free Employer.last_img read more