PUBLISHED: 23:08 20 August 2019 | UPDATED: 23:18 20 August 2019 Stuart Watson Town manager Paul Lambert celebrates the 2-1 victory. Picture: STEVE WALLER WWW.STEPHENWALLER.COM © Copyright Stephen Waller Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert said it was 'rubbish' that he was shown a booking after celebrating Kayden Jackson's stoppage-time winner against AFC Wimbledon at Portman Road tonight. Kayden Jackson celebrates his goal to give Town a 2-1 lead. Picture: STEVE WALLER WWW.STEPHENWALLER.COMThe Blues boss was left jumping for joy when substitute Jackson slammed home four minutes into added time to complete a late turnaround.Town were frustrated throughout the first half, trailed to Nesta Guinness-Walker's goal (41) then finally made some second half pressure pay when James Norwood headed home sub Alan Judge's corner (81)."It's terrible isn't it?" said Lambert, when asked about being punished for his celebrations. "It takes the fun away from … [Read more...] about ‘The emotion of crowd drove us forwards’
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Associated Press Updated 8:53 pm CDT, Sunday, August 4, 2019 Mourners place flowers and candles at the front of Ned Peppers bar while they gather at the scene of a mass shooting before a prayer vigil, Sunday, Aug. 4, 2019, in Dayton, Ohio. Multiple people in Ohio have been killed in the second mass shooting in the U.S. in less than 24 hours, and the suspected shooter is also deceased, police said. less Mourners place flowers and candles at the front of Ned Peppers bar while they gather at the scene of a mass shooting before a prayer vigil, Sunday, Aug. 4, 2019, in Dayton, Ohio. Multiple people in Ohio have ... more Photo: John Minchillo, AP Photo: John Minchillo, AP Image 1 of / 25 Caption Close Image 1 of 25 Mourners place flowers and candles at the front of Ned Peppers bar … [Read more...] about The Latest: Vigil crowd chants ‘Do something’ to Ohio leader
PUBLISHED: 13:13 21 January 2019 | UPDATED: 13:34 21 January 2019 The Gull cottage pie Credit: Louisa Baldwin Archant A well-known pub in Norfolk for its prominent position along the A146, I headed to The Gull Inn to see whether its recent refurbishment under new management has been a success. The Gull Inn, Loddon Road Credit: James RandleMy visit to The Gull Inn on an early Saturday evening was the second time I had visited the pub.At Christmas, I was coming back along the A146 after a day in Southwold for the light switch-on and wanted to pop in for dinner on the way home.However, they told me the ovens weren’t working and rustled up a plate of cold meats, cheeses and olives with some oils instead which was really tasty so I made a mental note to come back to eat a proper meal there.To start we ordered the smoked salmon with celeriac remoulade, herb crème fraiche and granary bread (£5.95) and bruschetta topped with chargrilled red peppers, balsamic glaze and … [Read more...] about The Gull Inn: Crowd-pleasing dishes but don’t order the burger
CIVIL rights activist Martin Luther King Jr was one of the most influential figures of the 20th century. The Baptist minister who became the most prominent spokesperson for the civil rights movement in the US was assassinated in Memphis at the age of 39 on April, 4 1968. We take a close look at his famous I Have a Dream speech. When did King give the I Have a Dream speech? King delivered one of the most famous speeches of the 20th century from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC on August 28, 1963. The speech was part of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and called for the end of racism in the US as well as civil and economic rights. The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom was partly intended to demonstrate mass support for the civil rights legislation proposed by President Kennedy in June. It was delivered in front of an estimated crowd of 250,000 and became one of the key moments in the civil rights movement. The I Have a Dream Speech The address … [Read more...] about What was the I Have A Dream speech by Martin Luther King, what date did he give the speech on and what are his most famous quotes?
Sports contributed plenty of the same old agita this year — bad bets, empty boasts, taunts, tiffs and scuffles, plus the occasional riot — but its fair share of wry smiles, too.There were courageous losers, random acts of kindness and a handful of wins handled with such grace it made you want to get up and dance.Whoever called March mad never dreamed a 98-year-old nun would steal the show at the Final Four. In Mississippi, a homecoming queen swapped her tiara for a helmet and wound up kicking the game-winner for her high school team. In Akron, Ohio, LeBron James went back to the future and unveiled a state-of-the-art school for at-risk kids, promising the kind of support he yearned for in the same town as a youngster himself.And as feel-good moments go, this might have been the most hopeful development of all: teddy-bear throwing became "a thing," stretching from the west side of Canada to the heart of Europe.Here are six of the most heartwarming moments of 2018:LOYOLA'S … [Read more...] about The half-dozen times sports made you smile in 2018