first_imgHarry Kane’s 24th goal of the season snatched a dramatic point for Tottenham against West Ham at White Hart Lane on Sunday.The goal sparked a frenzy among Spurs supporters, but left the Hammers’ following dumbfounded as to how the 21-year-old was awarded a contentious penalty after a tangle with Alex Song.Typically, Twitter reacted in comical fashion. Below are some of the best bits from social media, with Gary Lineker and Richard Keys given their thoughts on the result… Harry Kane scores against West Ham 1last_img

Dele Alli talks penalty practice as England prepare for Colombia World Cup tie

first_img Tributes to ‘complete gentleman’ Martin Peters following England legend’s death Dele Alli has revealed a brief glimpse into England’s penalty taking preparations as the side ready themselves for their World Cup last 16 tie against Colombia.The Three Lions have suffered have suffered numerous shootout heartbreaks down the years, though have avoided such despair at the last two tournaments – albeit because they were knocked out in even more humiliating fashion sad day 2 Second is best drama Fans given sneak peek into England’s Euro 2020 kit with images leaked online There is a Group of Death at Euro 2020 and here’s how England can avoid it explained England announce Euro 2020 warm-up matches against Austria and Romania Harry Kane thumped two penalties past Panama in England’s 6-1 group stage win Martin Peters, 1966 World Cup final goal scorer for England, dies aged 76 “We know how he plays and he has got a lot of strengths, and we’re going to look to try and exploit his very few weaknesses.“We’ve not had too much conversation since we’ve been here. Once you go on the pitch, it’s hard to stay friends until the final whistle but we all have a lot of respect for the other team.” 2 Alli confirmed he will be fit for the Colombia match and was then asked how England are preparing for a possible spot kick decider at 2018’s tournament.“We’ve been taking some penalties after training and looking into things,” the 22-year-old replied.“But we don’t want to give much away. We’re confident and we’re looking to change [England’s record in spot-kicks].” England announce another friendly to begin preparations for Euro 2020 RIP LEGEND Latest England News How Hudson-Odoi has performed this season – Are Keane’s comments about him fair? Alli will come up against his Spurs teammate Davinson Sanchez in Colombia’s back line on Tuesday and sung the defender’s praises ahead of the game.“He’s a great player,” Alli said of Sanchez, before adding “I don’t think any player is perfect. GETTING READY preparation TALENT ‘Spain and Italy would have built their teams around Jack Grealish’ – Harry Redknapp ANALYSIS Mason Greenwood scores as England U21s beaten by late Netherlands wondergoal have a look The 22-year-old has been speaking ahead of the last 16 How does Euro 2020 draw work? England discover fate live on talkSPORT 2 last_img read more


first_imgONE of Donegal’s most respected journalists has left the newspaper he helped to build.Letterkenny man Pat McArt was most recently the Inishowen Editor at the Derry Journal and Group Editor of the Journal and Democrat.He steered the papers through some of the darkest days of the Troubles, driving up and doubling circulation. Living in Burt, he was a keen driver behind the Journal’s success in Inishowen for three decades.In a message on his Facebook page tonight, Mr McArt wrote: “I joined the Derry Journal in 1981. At the age of 28, and in the middle of civil war, I was appointed editor.“Years later I became group editor when the Journal bought The Donegal Democrat & The Donegal ‘s People’s Press.“It was a rollercoaster ride but it was exciting. We had 150 staff and were the biggest provincial newspaper group in Ireland. “I finished up today.“The place, people and paper I knew are long gone.“It was time to go. Best of luck in the future to all my former colleagues.” END OF AN ERA AS PAT McART LEAVES ‘DERRY JOURNAL’ was last modified: February 24th, 2014 by John2Share 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:Derry JournaldonegalletterkennyPat McArtlast_img read more