‘Ompong’ forces UAAP cancelation anew

first_imgGov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Inquirer calls for support for the victims of typhoon OmpongResponding to appeals for help, the Philippine Daily Inquirer is extending its relief to victims of the recent typhoon Ompong.Cash donations may be deposited in the Inquirer Foundation Corp. Banco De Oro (BDO) Current Account No: 007960018860 and Swift Code: BNORPHMM.Inquiries may be addressed to Inquirer’s Corporate Affairs office through Connie Kalagayan at 897-4426, ckalagayan@inquirer.com.ph and Bianca Kasilag-Macahilig at 897-8808 local 352, bkasilag@inquirer.com.ph. LATEST STORIES For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Students from participating schools during the UAAP 81 opening ceremony at the Mall of Asia Arena. INQUIRER PHOTO/ Sherwin VardeleonThe UAAP has also canceled its men’s basketball games set for Sunday due to the effects of typhoon “Ompong.”UAAP Season 81 president Nilo Ocampo said in a statement Saturday that the league also decided to suspend the rest of the weekend’s games as “Ompong” continued to batter Metro Manila and North Luzon.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anewcenter_img Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college The games between University of the East against National University at 2pm and University of Santo Tomas against University of the Philippines at 4pm were initially scheduled at Filoil Flying V Centre.Saturday’s matchups schedule also scrapped.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissThe Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration spotted “Ompong,” which has since been downgraded to a typhoon from a super typhoon, at 65 kilometers west of Laoag, Ilocos Norte as of 12 pm.Public storm signal no.1 is still raised over Metro Manila. Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum MOST READ PSG make light of Mbappe, Neymar absence in Parc stroll Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

The ball is in GECOM’s court to uphold the Constitution

first_imgDear EditorNow that the Chief Justice has given her ruling on August 14th, 2019, democratic and progressive-minded Guyanese have been vindicated on several counts once again by a judicial authority:-– Elections were due three months after the passage of the no confidence motion on December 21, 2018 in accordance with article 106 which was immediately engaged; the date was not extended by a 2/3 majority of members of the National Assembly;– Whilst the House to House registration by and of itself is not unlawful or unconstitutional, the removal of names from the National Register of Registrants based on persons not being home, overseas etc, and scrapping of the National Register of Registrants, as being done by GECOM, is illegal;– the House to House registration cannot deregister people who are already on the National Register of Registrants, and, therefore, those already on the November 12, 2018 voters’ list do not need to register at House to House registration again;– There is no residency requirement for Guyanese to be on the National Register of Registrants and persons’ names ’cannot be removed unless they die or are no longer Guyanese, except Commonwealth citizens who are here for one year;– The CJ mentioned several times that the voters’ lists can be refreshed by other means as provided in law such as claims and objection;– The Guyana Election Commission must now choose options available to it by law to verify and refresh the Voters’ list taking into consideration the context that elections were due since March 21, 2019.Madam Chief Justice (ag) Roxanne George-Wiltshire ruling on August 14th in no way deviated from the Constitution, neither the CCJ ruling of June 18th nor its July 12th consequential orders.The President has not abided with the Caribbean Court of Justice and continues to violate the Guyana Constitution. The President has not acted since December 21, 2018 to name a date for elections.Today is 239 days since the passage of the NCM on December 21, 2018, or 7 months and 27 days.Today is 149 days since March 21 2019 or 4 months and 27 days when elections were due according to article 106 (6) and (7).Over the last eight months, GECOM refused to prepare for elections. In actual fact, it is the Patterson-led GECOM that has been an integral part of the subversion of constitutional rule in our country. This is the first time that elections have not been held within 90 days from the date of dissolution for general and regional elections in 1992, 1997, 2001, 2011, and 2015, and the Local Government Elections of 2016 and 2018 as required by the constitution and statutes. The difference with a No Confidence vote is that the three months period starts on the day that the vote was passed in the National Assembly, and, not from the time the President dissolves the Parliament and the Regional Democratic Councils under normal elections.There is a new Chairperson, retired Justice Claudette Singh, and it is hoped that the now fully constituted Commission shall right the injustice done to the Guyanese people over the last eight months and abide with alacrity with the constitutional provisions of article 106 as exhorted by the Caribbean Court of Justice on July 12, 2019.Here is what the CCJ said “The judiciary interprets the Constitution. But, as we intimated in our earlier judgment, these particular provisions {article 106(6) and (7) } require no gloss on the part of the Court in order to render them intelligible and workable. Their meaning is clear and it is the responsibility of constitutional actors in Guyana to honour them. Upon the passage of a vote of no confidence, the Article requires the resignation of the Cabinet including the President. The Article goes on to state, among other things, that notwithstanding such resignation, the Government shall remain in office and that an election shall be held “within three months, or such longer period as the National Assembly shall by resolution supported by not less than two-thirds of the votes of all the elected members of the National Assembly determine”…The CCJ then went on to state that “The Guyana Elections Commission (“GECOM”) has the responsibility to conduct that election and GECOM too must abide by the provisions of the Constitution.” { that is elections within 3 months as per article 106 (7) }Following the August 14th 2019 ruling by the Chief Justice, we can logically deduct that this House to House registration–which has insisted that people already registered had to be reregistered– has been a colossal waste of hundreds of millions of dollars, and, most important, time. Time which has been arrogated by the President and his government for an additional 149 days and counting past March 21, 2019 when elections should have been held. This wasteful and redundant expenditure and exercise must stop immediately.The Patterson-led GECOM did everything to ensure that no preparations for elections were commenced prior to March 21, 2019, instead preparing for House to House registration in the said month; this is a travesty that has whittled away the confidence of the people in the Guyana Elections Commission. An issue the new Chairperson and Commission must address urgently in order to win back the confidence of the electorate and it must do so quickly.The figures, which we have been receiving in dribbles from GECOM with no breakdown by region or by any of the 29 Registration Centres, has not and will not imbue confidence. It now claimed as of August 15th that 230,000 over 14 years old have been registered. Given the Chief Justice (ag) ruling, any exclusion of persons who were registered previously on the existing National Register of Registrants during the exercise will be illegal.The country must not be confused with regards to the time for the House to House field exercise and the time allocated for the total House to House registration to be concluded. Given GECOM’s work plan dated February 25th 2019, it was projected that the House to House exercise would take from June 2nd to December 18, 2019, a total of 199 days or 6 months and 16 days. Since the exercise started one month and 18 days later it means that the date would most likely be pushed to early February 2020.Add to that the other consequential processes such as data verification and entry into the National Register of Registrants, cross matching of fingerprints, the production of a Preliminary Voters Lists, a Claims and Objection period, followed by the production of the Official List of Electors, and elections could very well be held into mid-2020.With this in mind, GECOM must avoid the trap of believing that it has now gone so far in the field exercise that it might as well finish the exercise. To do so would be to extend the life of the government into mid-2020 and contribute further to the subversion of constitutional rule, the demoralization of the Guyanese electorate and more wastage of precious time and resources.Based on the Chief Justice ruling the APNUAFC government has been illegal since March 21, 2019, surely this must give impetus to GECOM to act righteously with the full backing of the constitution.The Guyana Elections Commission has the power to halt and should halt this wasteful exercise and immediately commence Claims and Objections period, with the existing Registration centres and staff already in place that has been used for the House to House registration, and be ready to hold elections long before the month of December.Most interestingly in the last few days, Mrs. Garrido-Lowe and the WPA using Congress Place talking points in public statements are now trying to condition December as the month for elections; Congress Place is behaving as if it is above the constitution; it can usurp the constitution, and, throw out the judicial rulings. This new strategy should be condemned.Ultimately it is the President’s call and he has not named a date.I wish to remind the President that article 9 of the Constitution states that“ sovereignty belongs to the people { not to GECOM, not the President, not the Cabinet, not the government}, who exercise it through their representatives and the democratic organs established by or under this constitution”.How do we exercise this sovereignty? Through our power and our right to elect those representatives at elections–a right that the President has been denying the Guyanese electorate since March 21, 2019.The President and his government lost the mandate to govern after its resounding defeat at the Local Government Elections on November 12, 2018—a hard pill to swallow l am sure. Nevertheless, the voters in those 80 Local Authorities Areas represent 90.5% of all voters. The PPP/C won 65% of the 80 Local Authorities. Following that the government lost the confidence of the Legislature on December 21, 2018. The President and APNUAFC Coalition government, therefore, stand exposed without moral, political, parliamentary and constitutional authority.Whilst the President has exclusive powers, these are given within the confines of the constitution and he is subservient to the Constitution, therefore he must announce the following forthwith:-i) The President and Cabinet stand resigned:ii) A caretaker government with restrained and limited authority as spelt out by the Caribbean Court of Justice and Commonwealth parliamentary norms;iii) Name a date for elections;iv) Dissolve the Legislature.How long is Mr. Granger prepared to hold out on calling elections? Is President Granger prepared to go down in history, as one of the first leaders in a parliamentary democracy in any part of the world, to have defied a No Confidence Motion legitimately passed and refused to hold elections within the constitutionally required time frame? I cannot think of one parliamentary democracy where this has happened. Will this be Mr. Granger’s legacy?We assert our right under the Guyana Constitution to exercise our sovereignty and our power to elect our representatives to govern our nation and demand that the President and his illegal government name a date for elections.We urge GECOM to act with alacrity to prepare for elections. GECOM’s mandate is that it must always be ready to hold elections.This is no time to sit on the fence. Who are those amongst us prepared to defend the constitution and democracy? As the next few days and weeks unfold we shall learn who will join us to defend our constitution and our democracy.Sincerely,Gail Teixeiralast_img read more

Harp hopes 4th time is a charm

first_imgHarp, 22, is the lone Bulldog who will swim in next week’s NCAA Division III national meet at the University of Houston. The Pacific High School graduate will compete in the 50-, 100- and 200-yard freestyle events. His favorite event is the one with the least room for error – the sprint. University of Redlands senior swimmer Trevor Harp compares his best event to gambling. “A lot of things can go wrong,” he said. “And all it takes is one thing to go wrong and you’re done.” He holds the school record in the 50 (20.47) and the 200 (1:40.71), with both of those times posted at the SCIAC championship meet last month in Cerritos. He has won eight SCIAC individual titles, winning multiple titles three times. The exception was his sophomore year, when he placed second in all three events to Andrew Cox of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, who ended up the NCAA champion. This will be Harp’s fourth trip to nationals and he has yet to place. The previous three years he qualified for the event with B standard times. But this year he recorded an A time, which bodes well for his chances. He is seeded third in the 50, sixth in the 200 and 11th in the 100. “You mess up the start and you’re done, and you mess up the turn and you’re done. That’s why I say it is like gambling,” he said. “The shorter the race, the more it makes a difference. A tenth of a second make the difference between fourth and 14th place.” Harp has been the key performer for a Bulldog men’s team that won its seventh straight conference title this season. Not only did he excel in the freestyle events, he also competed on four relays, three of which placed first in the conference. But when the men’s meet goes off, he will be the school’s lone representative. center_img “A lot of people look at swimming as an individual sport and it is,” he said. “But one of the best things about it is having your teammates there cheering you on. There is a lot of camaraderie. It’s just going to be a little strange being the only guy there.” Redlands coach Leslie Whittemore likes Harp’s chances, though. “He has been there three times already, so he knows what it’s all about and he’ll have a feel for the atmosphere,” she said. “He did a lot more work during the offseason on his own. He came in here knowing this was going to be his last year and he wanted to make it his best year.” Harp was destined to be a standout in the pool. His mother, Annette, enrolled him in swim classes at a young age because she wanted him to be safe around the water and because father Paul excelled in the sport at San Bernardino High School. Trevor is fifth in a line of seven children, all of whom have enjoyed water sports. His youngest brother plays water polo at Redlands High School. At Pacific, Harp fared well, winning CIF titles in the 50 and 100 his junior year. He won the 50 and took second in the 100 his senior year. When it came time to choose a college, Harp wanted to stay close to home. He debated going to Cal State San Bernardino but opted for Redlands mainly because it has a swim team. He is majoring in biology and debating moving on to veterinary school. But that is farther down the road; the national meet is his biggest focus right now. He is realistic about how tough the field will be. “I would like to make the finals and swim a good time,” he said. “If I do that I will be happy.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Local suspect put on FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list

first_img“This man was a dead man,” Sheriff Lee Baca said of Schaap. “You can see by the scar on his head, he’s a standing miracle.” Baca said gang members are increasingly using the “weapons of war” to attack police. “The question we need to ask ourselves is, `Who will be the next dead cop by the hands of a gang member killed by an assault weapon?”‘ Baca asked. J. Stephen Tidwell, assistant director of the FBI’s Los Angeles office, said that efforts were made to include a gang member from Los Angeles on the list, something Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa vowed to accomplish last month. On the 57th anniversary of the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives, officials Wednesday added the name of Emigdio Preciado Jr. to the infamous list. Preciado, a member of the Southside Whittier Mexican street gang, joins the likes of terrorist suspect Osama Bin Laden and Irish American mobster James J. Bulger. A U.S. citizen believed to be hiding in Mexico, Preciado, 37, is accused of attempted murder and other crimes for allegedly ambushing two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies with an AK-47 in September 2000. Deputy Michael Schaap was hit in the forehead, but survived. His partner, David Timberlake, was not injured. “One of the most prominent ones we wanted to get (on the list), we believe he was in El Salvador.” But Tidwell said El Salvador doesn’t allow the extradition of Salvadoran nationals facing charges in the U.S. rick.coca@dailynews.com (818) 713-3329 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

Pacers snap James’ playoff streak, Harden powers Rockets

first_img“Stay calm, stay composed, play the game I have all year long,” Oladipo said of the key to his overwhelming day. “This was a great team win.”James had won 21 first-round playoff games in a row until the rout, having never before lost the opener in a first-round NBA post-season series.James, seeking his ninth career trip to the NBA finals and fourth league title, had not dropped a first-round playoff game since the New York Knicks beat Miami in the fourth game of the 2012 opening round, a minor setback on the Heat’s title run, a career first for James.James said falling behind in a series just motivates him to step up his game.“I’m down 0-1 in the first round. I was down 3-1 in the finals. So I’m the last guy to ask about what I’m gonna be like the next couple days,” James said.In the late game, league MVP candidate James Harden exploded for 44 points as the Houston Rockets beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 104-101.The Pacers jumped ahead 33-14 after the first quarter and led by as much as 23 in holding off the Cavs, who came no closer than seven points the rest of the way.“You can’t ease into the playoffs,” said Cavs coach Tyronn Lue. “I thought (Indiana) came in and they attacked us.”James had a triple double in a losing cause with 24 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists. The rest of Cleveland’s starters only managed 25 points, Kevin Love with 17 rebounds but only nine points.J.R. Smith had 15 points off the Cavaliers’ bench while Myles Turner had 16 points and Bojan Bogdanovic added 15 for Indiana.The Cavaliers had their lowest-scoring first period of the season and only five baskets with six turnovers in the opening quarter, drawing boos as they walked off at half-time trailing 59-38.Giannis Antetokounmpo (L) of the Milwaukee Bucks defends Al Horford of the Boston Celtics on April 15, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts © GETTY/AFP / Maddie Meyer– Celtics edge Bucks in OT –The Boston Celtics nearly fell victim to another Eastern Conference opening upset bid before edging visiting Milwaukee 113-107 in overtime.Al Horford scored 24 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for Boston and Terry Rozier, starting in place of injured Kyrie Irving, added 23 points.Marcus Morris scored 21 off the bench while Jaylen Brown netted 20 and Jayson Tatum contributed 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Celtics.“We’ve been down a lot, a lot of injuries, and we’ve always found a way,” Horford said. “Morris made some big shots, Tatum down the stretch, Terry — that’s what we’re all about. We just find a way.”Greek star Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with 35 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists and gave the Celtics headaches until fouling out in overtime.Khris Middleton added 31 points, hitting five-of-seven three-pointers, with eight rebounds and six assists in a losing cause.In Houston, Harden led a big fourth-quarter run as the top-seeded Rockets held off the Timberwolves in game one.Harden made seven-of-12 three pointers but the Rockets had their hands full with the eighth seeded Timberwolves.Minnesota star Karl-Anthony Towns failed to get untracked Sunday, scoring just eight points, well below his season average of 21.3 points.Andrew Wiggins had 18 points for Minnesota, who are making their first playoff appearance since 2004.Shares(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) SharesVictor Oladipo of the Indiana Pacers (L) celebrates with Lance Stephenson © GETTY/AFP / Gregory ShamusNEW YORK, United States, Apr 15 – Forget LeBron James making his eighth consecutive trip to the NBA finals — the Cleveland Cavaliers star might have trouble just getting out of the opening round of the playoffs.Victor Oladipo scored a game-high 32 points to power the Indiana Pacers over the host Cavaliers 98-80 on Sunday in the opening game of their first-round NBA playoff series.last_img read more

It will be a hard road back for Mignolet at Liverpool, says Everton ace Howard

first_imgTim Howard has warned Simon Mignolet his Liverpool career could be over after the Belgian stopper lost his place in the starting XI at Anfield.Reds manager Brendan Rodgers revealed the former Sunderland man is set for an indefinite spell on the sidelines after leaving him out of last weekend’s clash with Manchester United.And Everton number one Howard claims it will be a ‘hard road back’ for his counterpart at Liverpool.“I know he is a Red but I feel for Simon. It is hard being a goalkeeper,” said the American.“The phrase is taking the goalkeeper out of the spotlight but actually it sheds more light on them.“It is not easy. It is a confidence position and when you take him out of the team and then bring him back do the team and fans have confidence in him?”“You have to appreciate with a goalkeeper there are going to be ups and downs especially in this league because it is so fast and rough.“To be honest I think it is hard road back when you get taken out of the team.“Sometimes there is no way back. It is unfortunate for a goalkeeper but that is the way it is: you cannot come on and play the last 20-30 minutes and put a good shift in.“It is all or nothing with goalkeeping.” 1 Mignolet faces a long road back last_img read more

CSDH begins CCAA quest

first_imgCOLLEGE SOCCER: The Toros play tough matches in both men’s, women’s tournaments. From staff reports Cal State Dominguez Hills will be seeking its second straight conference title when the California Collegiate Athletic Association men’s soccer tournament begins today at Toro Stadium. The second-seeded Toros (16-3, 12-2) host fourth-seeded Cal State Monterey Bay (9-7-3, 6-5-3) tonight at 7. Top seed Sonoma State (16-3, 12-2), which boasts a 16-match winning streak, will face Cal State L.A. (10-5-4, 8-3-2) in the 4:30 p.m. semifinal. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.CCAA rules prohibit teams from the same division playing each other in the semifinals. The CSDH women (9-1-3, 8-3-3) face top seed Chico State (12-5-1, 10-3-1) in a CCAA semifinal today at 1:30 p.m. at Toro Stadium. Two-time defending champion UC San Diego (12-2-1, 9-2-1), seeking a third consecutive CCAA women’s championship, faces third seed Cal State L.A (12-5-1, 9-4-1) in the first women’s semifinal today at 11 a.m. The tournament ends Sunday with the women’s final at 11:30 a.m. and the men’s final at 2 p.m. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgDonegal Daily certainly isn’t going to cast the first stone when it comes to spelling.But we have to spare a thought for the good people of Castlefin.Last night the people of the border town were delighted when they featured on the BBC television weather forecast. But you would think after going to all that trouble that they would get the name right.Instead the Beeb were feeling a little generous and gave Castlefin two ‘n’s.Perhaps it’s all the warm weather that they reported as being on the way that went to their heads!  CASTLEFIN OR CASTLEFINN – BBC CAN’T MAKE UP THEIR MIND was last modified: August 8th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BBCcastlefinweather forecastlast_img read more

Liverpool legend explains why Mohamed Salah is becoming a problem for Jurgen Klopp

first_img Most Popular Football Stories Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Jamie Carragher believes Jurgen Klopp is being forced to take Mohamed Salah off in high-pressure games because he loses the ball in key areas.The ‘Egyptian King’ enjoyed an incredible return to the Premier League in his debut campaign at Anfield, scoring 44 goals in all competitions. SORRY The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 “I think too much has been made of Salah’s form – he’s only one goal down on last season.“I hope Klopp is saying this to him about the goal she scored last season, if he doesn’t get over 40 goals it doesn’t mean he’s had a bad season.“Ian Rush was Liverpool’s greatest ever goalscorer, he scored 47 in one season, he didn’t score 47 again, he’d score 25, 30 goals a season.“Where Klopp has got a problem, where he’s [Salah] not playing well, I think he’s been very sloppy in those areas [further away from goal]. If you go to the PSG game, he gave the ball away and they scored – two minutes later he was taken off. The Egypt international saw an effort cleared off the line against the Blues latest Klopp hauled Salah off against Chelsea and the Reds duly rescued a point Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion 2 tense Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions 2 Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update revealed However, the 26-year-old has failed to have the same impact thus far and has been withdrawn prematurely from games against Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea in recent weeks.Against the Ligue 1 champions, Salah gave the ball away which resulted in a goal and nearly repeated the mistake against Chelsea on Saturday evening.And Carragher, who played 737 times for the Reds, believes it is this carelessness in possession which is troubling Klopp.Speaking on Sky Sports, Carragher said: “He’s not in great form but I don’t think he’s in bad form either. England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won gameday cracker silverware BEST OF “This is what will frustrate a manager. It’s not about missing chances, it’s about putting the team in danger [by losing the ball]. As a manager on the side of the pitch, if you’re thinking he’s not at his best you think he might get us a goal [you keep him on].“But if you think he’s putting your team in danger, he’s got to get off the pitch. ‘That will be the problem for Klopp, how he’s performing in those areas [further away from goal] on the ball.”last_img read more