Chris Smalling & # 39; Devastated After His Dog Dies of Suspicious Poisoning & # 39; with the loaned out defender of Manchester United convinced that someone sprayed rat killer on his land
- Chris Smalling and wife Sam were destroyed after their dog Miley died
- The Cocker Spaniel Jack Russell got sick while walking through his Rome home
- The defender of England believes Miley may have accidentally eaten rat poison
- Smalling claims that someone has sprayed his property with rat killer poison
- Former Manchester United goalkeeper Harry Gregg died at the age of 87
- He spent nine years in the club and also won 25 caps for Northern Ireland
- He became the & # 39; hero of Munich & # 39; named for his courage in 1958 air disaster
- Jockey Thornton rode Alner & # 39; s 1998 Gold Cup winner Cool Dawn
- ] He also collaborated with Dorset-based trainer Sir Rembrandt in the Gold Cup
- Alner also trained steeplechasers Sir Rembrandt, The Listener and Kingscliff
Former jockey Andrew Thornton has led the tribute to Robert Alner, the Cheltenham Gold Cup winning trainer who passed away at the age of 76.
Thornton rode the Gold Cup winner Cool Dawn from Alner in 1998, working with Dorset-based trainer Sir Rembrandt, who finished second in the 2004 Gold Cup and third the following year.
Alner also trained 2005 Betfair Chase winner Kingscliff, 1997 Whitbread Gold Cup hero Harwell Lad and Grade One winning hunter The Listener.Cheltenham Gold Cup-winning coach Robert Alner ( middle) died at the age of 76
He won the 2007 Welsh National with Miko De Beauchene but shortly afterwards was seriously injured in a car accident, an accident in which he became paralyzed and needed a wheelchair had.
Thornton said: & He went to the hospital every two months for the past 12 years. The nurses knew him as a part of the family. Even last week one of the nurses read him the Racing Post, although he was not in a good way.
"It is said that horses follow their trainer and his. They kept coming back and he did the same. I suppose he was one of the last old school trainers. "
Kobe Bryant killed with four others in Calabasas helicopter crash
- Kobe Bryant and four others were killed when his private helicopter crashed on Sunday morning in Calabasas, California
] The death of the 41-year-old basketball star was confirmed by TMZ Sports
Kobe Bryant reportedly died in a helicopter accident in Calabasas, California on Sunday morning.
The death of the 41-year-old basketball star was confirmed by TMZ .
The outlet reported that Bryant was traveling with four other people in his private helicopter when it crashed, killing everyone on board.
The cause of the crash is being investigated.
Bryant is survived by his wife Vanessa and their four daughters – Gianna, Natalia and Bianca and newborn Capri.
This is an evolving story.Kobe Bryant allegedly died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, on Sunday morningTMZ Sports reported that Bryant at least three others were traveling in his private helicopter when it crashed, killing everyone on board. Bryant is seen preparing to board the helicopter in April 2013
& # 39; A true legend & # 39 ;: fans mourn former Rangers goalkeeper and Scotland national team manager Bobby Brown who died at the age of 96
- Former Rangers goalkeeper and Scotland manager Bobby Brown died
- He was a member of the & # 39; Iron Curtain & # 39; defense of Rangers during his match days
- Brown managed Scotland for his famous victory over England in 1967
Rangers goalkeeper and Scotland manager Bobby Brown died at the age of 96, the Ibrox club has been announced.
During his playing days, Brown was a member of the famous Iron Curtain Defense of Light Blues and later went on to lead the national team their biggest ever victory – the Wembley victory in 1967 over world champions England.
Dave King, Rangers, said: & We are all sad to hear that Brown, a true legend of Rangers and Scotland, died. Our thoughts are currently with Mr. Brown & # 39; s family.Former Rangers goalkeeper and Scotland manager Bobby Brown unfortunately died at the age of 96.
& # 39; He was a wonderful servant of our club and we will remember him with much love. He was a lord of the game and set standards that typify what Rangers is about. & # 39;
Brown joined Rangers from Queen's Park in 1946 and made 296 appearances for the club, with 109 clean sheets, as a part-timer while combining football with life as a schoolmaster
He never missed a league game for six years, playing 179 consecutive games in 1946 and 1952, and won three league titles, three Scottish Cups and two League Cups on the Light Blues.Brown was a member of the Rangers & # 39; & # 39; Iron Curtain & # 39; defense during his game days in Scotland
Brown left Rangers for Falkirk in 1956 before retiring later and became manager of St. Johnstone, who led the club to the top division, prior to his stint charged with Scotland.
He was initiated in 2015 in the Scottish Football Hall of Fame.
Scottish FA President Rod Petrie said: & I was deeply saddened to learn of the death of former Scotland player and manager Bobby Brown.
& # 39; Bobby occupies a special place at the heart of all supporters in Scotland. He not only played for his country and became the last amateur player to earn a cap for Scotland, but would also become the first full-time manager & # 39; s nation, a role he played for four years.Rangers chairman Dave King sent his condolences and said he was a lord of the game & # 39;
& # 39 Although he served his country with distinction everywhere, he is probably best remembered for his first game at the helm of the national side when he led the team to victory over the reigning world champion England in Wembley in an iconic match that has gone down in the annals of history for all Scotland fans. of Fame in 2015.
& # 39; He will be happily remembered by all fans of Scotland and The thoughts of everyone at the Scottish FA are with his family during this difficult time. & # 39;
There will be a mi nuut silence must be held before Rangers & # 39; Scottish Cup draw with Stranraer on Ibrox on Friday evening.
Guingamp striker Nathan Julan, 23, dies in car accident after training as French football mourns & # 39; tragic day & # 39;
- Promising Guingamp striker Nathael Julan, 23, died in a car accident on Friday
- The Connect 2 side posted the news on social media that happened after the training
Former Cardiff and Southend defend Chris Barker dies 39 tributes coming in from supporters
- Former Southend captain Chris Barker died in the age of 39
] The well-traveled former Cardiff player who was played for 10 sides during his career
Former Cardiff and Southend defending Chris Barker died at the age of 39.
World in Motion, the agency that represented Barker when he was a player, confirmed his & # 39; early and tragic death & # 39; on Thursday morning with a message on Twitter.
Their statement was: & # 39; It is with great sadness that we learn from the early and tragic death of Chris Barker at the age of 39.
& # 39; Chris was a customer during his excellent career in more than 500 League competitions for clubs, including Barnsley, Cardiff City, Queens Park Rangers and Plymouth Argyle.
& # 39; In addition, Chris was a great person, an absolute gentleman, and a pleasure to work for. & # 39;Football boss traveling companion Chris Barker died at the age of 39, shocking English football
Football fans have paid homage to Barker on social media, saying that he & # 39; is shocked to his core & # 39; and others praised his performance in the football competition.
There is no thought of suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Barker, who started his career at Alfreton Town in 1997.
He later moved to Barnsley and then Cardiff in the early 2000s. He played nearly 200 games for the Bluebirds before later playing for Southend.Barker played more than 100 games for Southend as defensive between 2010 and 2013
The tragedy comes only a few weeks after Barker gave an interview with Cardiff about his time at the club.
& # 39; The move to play in Ninian Park was really something new for me, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I played at Oakwell, which was brand new at the time I started, but it was great to join a club with a pretty old-fashioned terrain.
& # 39; The supporters were fantastic to me during my time at the Club. I received player from the year one season, after I came back from a loan at Stoke City.A few weeks ago the former defender talked about how proud he was to have played for Cardiff
& I think that was a highlight for me during my time at the Club. To come back from the borrowing period at the start of the season and then play about 40 games for City, it was good enough in itself, but for the paying fans who come to watch every week and then vote for me at the end of that campaign was an achievement that I am still proud of today.
& # 39; The club got there very quickly in a short time. It has been great to see them over the years since I stopped playing for them, and I am proud to have played a small part in their history. & # 39;
Time does not even wait for our most cherished sports heroes and when it was announced that Martin Peters had died 10 months after the death of Gordon Banks, our hold was released again at England's greatest sporting moment.
Five of that legendary party defeating Germany 4-2 in the 1966 World Cup Final – Peters, Banks, Ray Wilson, Alan Ball and the captain, Bobby Moore – are now for us lost and with the death of each, our ties with our history become slimmer and the moment seems farther away.
definitively now and we are still looking for heroes to match them. Emulate them, do not replace them, because they will never be replaced. Only twice since then have we even reached the semi-finals of the World Cup. It is one of the reasons why Peters and the 66-year-old boys remain so honored.England World Cup winning hero Martin Peters (center) died at the age of 76
Many of the remaining teams – Sir Bobby Charlton, Sir Geoff Hurst, Jack Charlton, Nobby Stiles, Roger Hunt and George Cohen – are now also vulnerable, but for what they on that summer day under the mesh of Wembley & # 39; s Twin Towers, they will always be the immortals of English football.
Peters was known as The Ghost because of his ability to go unnoticed in goals and if we will remember him for a moment, it is his goal in that final in 1966. He had not played in the opening group but by the time the game against West Germany had arrived, he had cemented his place in the starting line-up on the left of midfield.
Hurst of course scored a hat trick in the final, but it was Peters who scored England's other goal of putting England at 2-1. When Hurst stepped outside of his marker and shot a shot in the box, it shot off the defender and when it fell, Peters was there to hit it into the net from ten yards away.The former West Ham, Spurs and Norwich winger won 67 caps for the national teamPeter's name was etched in football history, as well as Sir Geoff Hurst and Sir Bobby Moore & # 39; s "class =" blkBorder img-share " [>
Sir Alf Ram sey, the manager of England, said Peters & # 39; 10 years ahead of time & # 39 ;. He appeared 67 times before his country in an era in which caps were not won cheaply. He was a scoring midfielder who was invaluable in being in the right place at the right time. Speed of thinking was one of his greatest assets.
He will also be remembered as a gentleman, a player who was a tough competitor but a man without a lead, a man who was always polite and friendly, a player who was a favorite audience at Spurs, Norwich City and especially West Ham. His presence in the team alongside Moore and Hurst allowed fans to claim that it was West Ham that had won the World Cup.] Peters was tall and elegant, the thinking midfielder, formed by Ron Greenwood
Long and elegant, Peters was the thinking midfielder, the formed player in the West Ham by Ron Greenwood, the beginning of a tradition of stylish players that would extend to Trevor Br ooking, Alan Devonshire and others.
& # 39; I was not a winger, & # 39; Pe once said. "Alan Ball and I were midfield players who broke out widely. We had to come back and defend. We worked hard to defend when we played against a midfield player opposite us and would break to support attacks.
& # 39; I was not fast, but I could run and run, so I would run into the box, see a space, run over there. If the ball did not come in, you would come out again, run in and then he would come in and pop – goal. & # 39;The death of Unfortunately, Peters loosens our grip on England's greatest sporting moment from 1966
Peters was hit by Alzheimer's in the later years of his life. It has also destroyed the old age of Stiles and Jack Charlton at a time when more and more research suggests that footballers of their time were vulnerable to the effects of repeated heads of heavy leather balls. Peters was of course a great header.
His death is also a reminder of the injustice that he and the rest of the 66-year-old boys have not received knighthood. Only Hurst and Bobby Charlton received that honor. It must now be extended to the surviving members of the team before it is too late.
Peters made a total of 880 matches for club and country and scored 220 goals. He was admitted to the Hall Of Fame of English football in 2006 and will always remain one of the leading figures in the history of sport in this country. we cherish the most triumph. He was part of something that still defines us. He was one of a group of men who is still above the rest in our sporting heritage. Those who live may become weak, but like Peters they will always be the 66-year-old boys.
International soccer player, Trinidad and Tobago, Shahdon Winchester, 27, dies with his girlfriend after four people have been killed in a car accident by a fireball after a telephone pole collision
- Shahdon Winchester was one of four people to lose their lives in car crash
- The 27-year-old attacker was covered by his country 23 times before his death
- A woman and three men were killed after the fatal accident on Thursday
Trinidad and Tobago International Shahdon Winchester has lost his life at the age of 27 after being involved in a car accident with a fireball.
Winchester was one of the four people who died in the fatal car accident on the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway in his native Trinidad.
One woman and three men died on Thursday morning, confirming the female as Winchester & # 39; s girlfriend.Shahdon Winchester (center) lost his life after being involved in a deadly car accidentWinchester celebrates after scoring Trinidad and Tobago during his international careerWinchester leaves behind the three-year-old daughter he described as his & # 39; princess & # 39;
One of the other deceased men has been confirmed as Keston Nicholas.
Winchester leaves behind a three-year-old daughter who was born in November 2016. In recent years, he has posted several messages on his Twitter account about his & # 39; princess & # 39 ;.
Winchester's Nissan X-Trail is said to have collided with a telephone pole that caused his vehicle to go up in flames.
He was trapped in the emblazoned car that led to his shock death.
Firefighters were on site before their bodies were removed from the car after 9 o'clock.
Winchester made his full international debut in June 2010 at the age of 18 before making another 22 appearances for his national team.
He played in Trinidad and Tobago, Vietnam, Finland and Mexico during his career.
Tribute has brought the following news about his death.
FIFA tweeted: & # 39; Our thoughts are with the family, friends, and teammates of Shahdon Winchester following the tragic news of his death. & # 39;
The Trinidad and Tobago football tweet: & # 39; Tragic and heartbreaking news has just arrived. Trinidad and Tobago ahead Shahdon Winchester has been confirmed as one of the people who died this morning in a vehicle accident in Gasparillo. This is really tragic news for us. May His Soul Rest In Eternal Peace. & # 39;Winchester dribbles with the ball during Trinidad and Tobago & Clash with Thailand in 2018
In Villa Park, the legacy of Ron Saunders is visible to everyone, in large letters across the North Stand.
& # 39; Shaw, Williams prepared for adventure on the left, a good ball is played for Tony Morley … oh, that must be it! … And that's it! Peter Withe! & # 39;
This was Brian Moore's comment that provided the soundtrack for the greatest moment in the history of Aston Villa : the 1-0 win over Bayern Munich in the final of the 1982 European Cup that Villa placed in a select group of English teams to win what is perhaps the biggest prize of club football.The legacy of Ron Saunders is remembered in Aston Villa
The great pity, however, is that Saunders was not on the sidelines to witness it. With Villa in the quarterfinals of the competition, he ended them after a contractual dispute. Two weeks later he was back at Villa Park as manager of Birmingham City, their most bitter rivals.
Tony Barton, who had been an assistant to Saunders, was the manager when Villa Bayern defeated Munich in Rotterdam, but few would wonder that Saunders was the real key to their success.
& # 39; The biggest regret is that he was never able to fulfill what he started, & # 39; told Morley, who played for Saunders in Villa, Birmingham and West Brom. Sportsmail. "He set up the club correctly from the youth level to the first team and with more support you have won five or six more trophies."Saunders and Captain Dennis Mortimer (right) with the First Class League Championship
Saunders died on Saturday, at the age of 87. He lived his last years with dementia and is the only man who led Villa, Birmingham and West Brom, where he was in charge from 1986 to 1987.
There was a minute's silence at Villa Park before Sunday's meeting with Leicester, while Villa players wore black bracelets. There was applause in the 81st minute – a reference to 1981, the year in which Saunders led Villa to the league title – while before the game a banner was rolled out with one of Saunders most memorable remarks: & I am happy to think that I happen to be a manager of their club and I consider myself one of them. & # 39;
Last year, supporters launched a petition to try to convince the club of the North Stand & # 39; The Ron Saunders Stand & # 39;
The plea for recognition is powerful: that year, Saunders surpassed management game stars such as Bob Paisley, Brian Clough and Bobby Robson to deliver Villa & # 39; s first title since 1910. They have not won since.Villa paid tribute to Saunders with a large banner with one of his most famous quotesSimilarly, Premier League stadiums beamed Saunders on their big screens
Saunders, born in Birkenhead, was a center defender who arrived at Everton and had spells with Gillingham, Portsmouth, Watford and Charlton. He also managed Yeovil, Oxford, Norwich and Manchester City.
Saunders is probably best known for his work in the West Midlands, but his achievements elsewhere should not be overlooked. Before joining Villa, he led Norwich and City to the League Cup final in consecutive seasons, before turning it into a hat trick with Villa. He also won promotion to the top flight with both Norwich and Villa.
During his career, Saunders developed a reputation as a savage taskmaster. & # 39; I don't think you'll survive in this time because you have to go to people, & # 39; said Morley, now 65. & # 39; Not in a nasty way, but he would make it clear what he wanted and Some people would not like it.
& # 39; He would never go into the dressing room and go crazy, but you always knew there were problems when he took off his gloves. If he came to rest and did, you knew what was going to happen.
"He was a winner. Many people thought he was boring and boring, but that wasn't because he had a great sense of humor. You knew where you stood with him. You knew what your job was, and if you didn't do it well enough, you'd go find someone who would do it better.
& # 39; He had a touch of genius and we all had the utmost respect for him. Not afraid but respect, because he was a winner and you want to be involved with winners. The team that won the European Cup was his team. In the lack of respect for Tony Barton, but we all knew it was Ron & # 39; s team. & # 39;
Dean Smith, the current villa manager, paid his own tribute yesterday. "He built an incredible team that I was lucky enough to come and see," said Smith.
"Winning the competition in 1981 with just 14 players – played six or seven times 42 games and played every minute of every game – was incredible. My heart goes out to his family. I'm sure he inspired me in one way or another. "
There is another banner that Saunders praises in Villa Park, this time at the Cavity End." Do you want to bet against us? "Saunders remembers challenging line while Villa staggered the title race in 1981.
It was that spirit that brought his team to the highest peak and secured his place in the pantheon of English football.
Chris Smalling was left destroyed after his dog died suddenly with the defender of England suspecting that his pet had eaten rat poison.
The defender of Manchester United currently on loan to Roma, is trying to figure out what killed his dog Miley, who fell ill last month.
Smalling and wife Sam Cook believe that all three animals ate rat poisoning that had been secretly sprayed on the property.
The other two dogs, a Hungarian Vizsla named Ruben and Labrador Summer, were also not well but happily extended. Smalling posted his destruction on the loss of his beloved pet on social media.
& # 39; Now a very, very large part of my heart is missing, & # 39; he said. & # 39; Everyone who knew me and Miley knew that we were inseparable. People often joked as if I had two women in my life.
& # 39; When I first met Miley, I was scared of her. I grew up with many different neighbors with aggressive dogs, thinking that's how all dogs are. Without her I would not have found the connection and compassion that I missed for all animals. I could never have imagined how much impact she would have on my life.
& # 39; You were a special soul and we were truly blessed that you came into our lives. & # 39;
Smalling & # 39; s wife Sam also provided information about what happened to Miley after the dog collapsed after internal bleeding.
When Miley collapsed, the vet found a tumor and placed the internal bleeding that led to her death, but it was not found the problem, & she said.
& # 39; A few days later, Ruben's dog and my mother got sick and, although they were rejected by vets, we realized that they had all eaten rat poison that had been carelessly laid in our garden without being discovered without our knowledge.
& # 39; It is clear that Miley was older and smaller, most affected. Ruben and Summer use medicines and do much better and will fully recover. It is a terrible situation, but we are all doing well and trying to implement the many lessons that this sad situation has brought us.
Sam had written the post in an attempt to alert other pet owners of the potential dangers of their dogs walking around.
England Defender Smalling had a close relationship with his beloved pet and took her with him when he went to eat in restaurants. The 30-year-old also flew the dog to France in 2016 while playing in the euro.
Smalling took Miley to Italy after he had sealed his loan to Roma last summer and had moved to a large old house on the outskirts of town with lots of greenery for the dogs to run around.
The Englishman has long been an advocate of animal rights and beat pet owners in 2019 who left their dogs in the car during the hot summer weather.
Smalling said a video on social media: & # 39; In the time it takes to go into the supermarket for a loaf of bread, your best friend can bake to death. & # 39;
He also expressed his love for dogs last February. & # 39; I think dogs are just so sweet, & # 39; he said. & # 39; The fact that whatever day you have had, you can come home and they are always so happy to see you. They are always there, no matter what. & # 39;
BREAKEND NEWS: former Manchester United goalkeeper and surviving air disaster in Munich Harry Gregg dies, 87 years
His death was announced Monday morning by the Harry Gregg Foundation.
& # 39; It is with great sadness that we inform about the death of Manchester United and Northern Ireland, legend Harry Gregg, OBE, & # 39; said it in a statement on Facebook.
& # 39; Harry died peacefully in the hospital surrounded by his loving family. & # 39;
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