Comment Thierry Henry hailed ‘unstoppable’ Liverpool after their victory over Leicester City (Picture: Amazon)Thierry Henry says it is only a matter of time before ‘unstoppable’ Liverpool secure their first Premier League title in 30 years after their stunning victory over Leicester City.Jurgen Klopp’s league leaders smashed second-placed Leicester 4-0 on Boxing Day to move 13 points clear at the top of the Premier League.Roberto Firmino bagged a brace, James Milner scored from the spot and Trent Alexander-Arnold produced a superb strike as Liverpool dispatched Leicester and recorded their 17th win of the season.1️⃣3️⃣ points clear at the top of the @PremierLeague!Biggest challenge of the season? Biggest win of the season. Doubters = back in their place.#PLonPrime #LEILIV pic.twitter.com/HIwMxUaQvR— Amazon Prime Video Sport (@primevideosport) December 26, 2019 Advertisement Thierry Henry awards Premier League title to ‘unstoppable’ Liverpool after Leicester City thrashing Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterThursday 26 Dec 2019 10:11 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link14.4kShares ADVERTISEMENTAsked whether the title race is now over – with defending champions Manchester City now 14 points adrift of Liverpool – Arsenal legend Henry told Amazon Prime: ‘For me, yes.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘It was always going to be a matter of when, they are unstoppable. What they are doing is frightening.‘Jurgen Klopp is never going to admit that but this team are on a mission. They’re not going to stop after tonight.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘They will only party after the last game. It could have been 4-0 at half-time. He will say it’s not done and they need to keep on going but what they are doing is not normal.‘I’m not a Liverpool fan but I like to see a team play like that. They create, they fight.’Manchester City will try to reduce the gap to Liverpool to 11 points on Friday night when they visit Wolves. Trent Alexander- Arnold helped Liverpool smash the Foxes (Picture: Getty)Alexander-Arnold produced a brilliant performance against Leicester and another Arsenal hero, Lee Dixon, hailed his display at the King Power Stadium.He said: ‘The front three steal the headlines most of the time but the full-backs have taken this team to another level.‘I’ve watched Alexander-Arnold a lot and he is just brilliant. Defensively he’s got so much better and he’ll run up and create chances all day long.’MORE: Klopp’s furious reaction to Salah’s miss in Liverpool’s clash with Leicester CityMORE: Mesut Ozil shows support for Arteta after Arsenal’s draw with Bournemouth
BLOG: 2016-2017 Budget Must Close Deficit to Avert Funding Crisis By: Jeff Sheridan, Press Secretary June 22, 2016 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Budget News, The Blog It is a widely-acknowledged fact that a reliance on one-time fixes and delayed payments has led Pennsylvania into a dire financial crisis: a massive deficit that threatens our investment in schools, social programs and public safety.Governor Wolf is working with Republicans and Democrats in the General Assembly and he’s engaged them for their ideas to accomplish this task responsibly.While some may differ on the extent of the problem, nearly every budget analyst believes our deficit for the 2016-2017 budget is well over one billion dollars.Pennsylvania’s choice is to face this head-on and find revenue and savings to balance the budget honestly with sustainable revenue and end our reliance on gimmicks, or we must prepare to face another round of major cuts to important programs.Governor Wolf and Republicans and Democrats who’ve acknowledged our budget crisis are not alone – credit rating agencies continue to call for action on the deficit.In March, Standard and Poor’s said: “In our view, the immediate credit concern is that failure to act in the current fiscal year could compound future fiscal gaps.” Moody’s, Fitch and PNC have all repeatedly issued the same warnings.No one party or moment in time is solely responsible for the crisis we now face – but the responsibility falls on all leaders now to fix it.As the budget deadline nears, we need to end our reliance on one time fixes and delayed payments that have patched our budgets in the past. We need a truly balanced budget with sustainable revenue.Governor Wolf has compromised on taxes, liquor reform, and pension reform, but he will not compromise on the mathematical reality of Pennsylvania’s financial situation. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
“Red Brigade” activists gesture as they participate in a demonstration against the Australian government’s alleged inaction over climate change despite the bushfires crisis, outside the Australian Embassy in London, Britain on Jan. 10. REUTERS/HENRY NICHOLLS Friday’s demonstrations came asauthorities urged nearly a quarter of a million people to flee their homes. LONDON – Thousands of Australians tookto the streets on Friday to protest against government inaction on climatechange, as bushfires ravaged tens of thousands of square miles of bush landafter months of destruction and at least 27 deaths. Scores of people gathered in theStrand in central London to denounce Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Australia has warmed by about 1 degreeCelsius since records began in 1910, said Kate Marvel, climate scientist of theNational Aeronautics and Space Administration.(Reuters) Climate scientists have warned thefrequency and intensity of the fires will surge as Australia becomes hotter anddrier.
Oldenburg Academy defeated a much improved South Decatur volleyball team in the first round of the Hauser Sectionals. The Twisters won in straight sets 3-0 by the scores of 25-14, 26-24, and 25-20.OA had a balanced attack hitting 0.184 for the match and were led by senior Anna Dickman and sophomore Elizabeth Fiutem with 9 kills each on 31 and 27 attacks, respectively. Junior Audrey Oesterling and senior Rory Bauman added 6 and 5 kills. Oldenburg recorded 11 aces on 75 service attempts. Defensively, OA was led by senior libero, Megan Hornberger, who set a school record for digs in a single match with 55 digs. She also handled the majority of the serve reception with 32 receptions and only 2 errors. Senior Brittany Harrell had 20 assists and Fiutem recorded 14 assists.Head coach Brian Patterson was pleased with the balanced play noting, “It’s very tough to beat a team 3 times in the same season. South Decatur is a much improved team than the one we played the first weekend of the season. Our gals stepped up to the challenge and played solid ball on both sides of the net.”The win raises the Twisters to 18-16. Oldenburg plays Rising Sun on Saturday, the 26th at 11:00 AM at Hauser H.S.The winner will play for the sectional championship against the winner of the following match between Shawe Memorial and Hauser.Courtesy of Southeastern Indiana Volleyball Board of Directors, Secretary, & Coach Ned Rogers.