Gareth Southgate: England boss to discuss contract situation with FA ‘in next few weeks’ | Football News

England manager Gareth Southgate will hold talks with the FA “in the next few weeks” to discuss whether he wants to sign a new contract. Southgate’s current deal is due to expire at the end of the World Cup finals in Qatar in December next year. The FA want him to sign a new contract after he led England to the semi-finals of the World Cup in 2018 and the final of the Euros this summer but they are aware he feels he has unfinished business as a club manager.…

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Schools likely to reopen without teachers if …

by Saman Indrajith Teachers and principals will not report for work when schools reopen on 21 Oct., if the government fails to come up with a solution, by that date, teacher unionists say. General Secretary of the JVP-led Ceylon Teachers’ Service Union, Mahinda Jayasinghe said that the Teachers’ and Principals’ Trade Union Alliance had decided not to report for work on 21 Oct., if the issue of teacher-principal salary anomalies could not be resolved before the reopening of schools. Jayasinghe said that the government should take action to rectify the…

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Mason Mount: Euro 2020 isolation convinced England and Chelsea midfielder to get Covid-19 vaccine | Football News

Mason Mount has revealed missing part of England’s Euro 2020 run while having to self-isolate was a factor in his decision to get vaccinated against coronavirus. England face Hungary in a World Cup qualifier at Wembley on Tuesday during the seventh international get-together since Covid-19 changed the landscape. This camp came amid fresh scrutiny about vaccination rates within football. Image: Mount trained alone as he waited in isolation at Euro 2020 The uptake of the vaccine among professional footballers has been sporadic, with England boss Gareth Southgate admitting he is unsure how…

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Germany thrash North Macedonia to seal place at Qatar 2022 – World Cup Qualifiers round-up | Football News

Germany qualified for the 2022 World Cup after crushing North Macedonia 4-0 on Monday to secure the top spot in their qualifying Group J with two games to spare. A second-half double by Timo Werner and one goal each from Kai Havertz and Jamal Musiala secured Germany’s fifth win in their fifth game under new coach Hansi Flick and lifted them to 21 points, with Romania in second place on 13. All group winners in European qualification automatically secure a place at the tournament in Qatar. The Germans, who were…

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Nobel Prize: We will not have gender or ethnicity quotas – top scientist

Other notable women to have won the award include child education activist Malala Yousafzai, who was jointly awarded the Peace prize in 2014; virologist Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, who discovered HIV and was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2008; and Toni Morrison, whose work explored the harsh realities of racism in the US, won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1993. Source link–!Thank You !–

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President promises to make ‘one country

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa revealed that a young Buddhist monk had questioned him as to why the concept of “One Country – One Law” is not implemented, on his visit to pay homage to Ruwanweli Maha Seya. The concept of “One Country – One Law” will be made a reality within a year’s period, he noted. Steps will be taken within the next year to establish a fair and accountable electoral system for those who wish to change the current corrupt electoral system and to introduce…

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Live Commentary – Andorra U21 vs England U21

Match ends, Andorra U21 0, England U21 1. 90’+5′ Second Half ends, Andorra U21 0, England U21 1. 90’+4′ Foul by Folarin Balogun (England U21). 90’+4′ Marc Rodrigues (Andorra U21) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 90’+4′ Alex Rente (Andorra U21) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 90’+3′ Valentino Livramento (England U21) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 90’+3′ Foul by Alex Rente (Andorra U21). 90’+2′ Folarin Balogun (England U21) wins a free kick on the left wing. 90’+2′ Foul by Eric Vales…

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Ireland’s Amy Hunter, 16, becomes youngest batter to hit ODI hundred in win over Zimbabwe | Cricket News

Ireland’s Amy Hunter hit 121 not out on her 16th birthday, making her the youngest batter to score an ODI century in either men’s or women’s cricket; Ireland posted their record ODI total of 312-3 to set up an 85-run victory over Zimbabwe in Harare Last Updated: 11/10/21 8:15pm Harare Sports Ground was the venue for Amy Hunter’s record-breaking innings as her unbeaten century guided Ireland to victory against Zimbabwe Ireland’s Amy Hunter has celebrated her 16th birthday by becoming the world’s youngest ODI centurion after smashing an undefeated 121…

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The Right to Life – Right to Breathe Clean Air: Burning Coal and Photosynthesis – a reply

I wish GADS would have stuck with his hesitation, without displaying his ignorance of basic chemistry and the global gas cycles in defence of his precious fossil fuels. Let me elucidate: Carbon (C), the fourth most abundant element in the Universe, after hydrogen (H), helium (He), and oxygen (O), is the building block of life. It’s the basic element that anchors all organic substances, from fossil fuels to DNA. On Earth, carbon cycles through the land, ocean, atmosphere, and the Earth’s interior in a major biogeochemical cycle (the circulation of…

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Jenson Button: On Lewis Hamilton’s Turkish GP frustration and the ‘brilliant’ Valtteri Bottas

“I don’t think Lewis understood that he was going to lose two positions with the pit-stop,” says Jenson Button on Hamilton’s strategy woe, while he also reserves praise for Valtteri Bottas after his first win of the season Last Updated: 11/10/21 5:38pm Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Sky F1’s Jenson Button has his say on Lewis Hamilton’s ‘frustration’ at the Turkish GP as he loses his championship lead. Sky F1’s Jenson Button has his say on Lewis Hamilton’s ‘frustration’ at the Turkish GP as he…

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Four more Sathosa officials arrested over ‘garlic scam’

Sri Lanka Police says that another four officials from Sathosa have been arrested in connection with the recent ‘garlic scam’. They are to be produced before the Welisara Magistrate’s Court tomorrow (12). On September 14, two containers carrying 54,000 kilograms of garlic belonging to Lanka Sathosa was taken into custody at Kerawalapitiya after they were allegedly pilfered from the port. Four officials of Lanka Sathosa, the country’s largest state-owned retail chain, were interdicted over the incident Sathosa’s Deputy General Manager of Finance was arrested two days later. On October 06,…

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