What Guardiola told Man City after Spurs Champions League loss

first_imgPEP GUARDIOLA found the right words to pick his players off the floor after their Champions League heartbreak against Spurs.Now, the Manchester City chief might be thinking how he can lift them again after Sunday’s shock loss to Wolves.2 Pep Guardiola had to pick himself up off the floor after Manchester City were knocked out of the Champions League last seasonCredit: Rex Features2 The Spaniard was left reeling after two VAR decisions went against them in their quarter-final clash with SpursCredit: Rex FeaturesHe certainly managed to do it in April, as his rallying call helped City push on to seal an unprecedented domestic Treble.Guardiola’s stars were reeling after two VAR decisions went against them in a pulsating quarter-final second leg against Spurs — losing on away goals.The Etihad boss knew he had just over 60 hours to pick up his players in time to face Mauricio Pochettino’s side again, this time for a crunch fixture in the title race. It was a game City simply had to win to maintain their slender lead over trophy rivals Liverpool.Now, the words the former Barcelona coach used to inspire his crestfallen men can be revealed.A new book called Pep’s City: The Making of a Superteam reveals how Guardiola gathered his devastated players together the day after their Euro exit.He told them: “I’m proud of you. I know you feel like s**t and you think it’s not fair.“Since when is football fair? I’m not being fair when I decide not to pick you.“And I p*** you off when I put you on the bench, so when you go out on to the pitch, you show me that I’m wrong, right?“Well, that’s exactly what we’re going to do now. Eat this f*****g s**t that we have to eat.“Because we did everything to eliminate Spurs and they f*****g beat us, we’re out on our f*****g a*****.“Now we just have to fight for everything we have left, stand up and fight for what we can still win.“We can win two more trophies and lads, let’s go for them! I know you’re going to do it because you’re the best.”We did everything to eliminate Spurs and they f*****g beat us, we’re out on our f*****g a*****Pep GuardiolaHis words had the desired effect as City beat Tottenham thanks to Phil Foden’s early goal — and went on to win their last four matches to clinch a second successive Premier League title.And six days later they thumped Watford 6-0 in the FA Cup final at Wembley to complete a domestic Treble.Yet in the hours after Euro agony against Spurs — when an injury-time Raheem Sterling winner had been chalked off by VAR — it was Pep who needed picking up off the floor.So the way he was able to dust himself down and raise the spirits of his squad speaks volumes about his motivational qualities.City chief executive Ferran Soriano went to Guardiola’s office along with chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak and director of football Txiki Begiristain after the game.And it was the measured views of Khaldoon that helped the manager to look forward.Soriano recalled: “Pep took it worst — and that’s quite normal in the circumstances. Khaldoon asked us to put the night in context, that we could still win four trophies that same season.“We’ve built an environment where nobody is going to lose their head, none of our fundamentals will be put at risk just because the team loses a match. The disappointment hurts but it can last a day and then we have to get on with business.”Most Read in FootballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticBut the fact it meant missing out on a semi-final with Ajax made the bitter pill even harder to swallow.Ex-Barca player Begiristain said: “My emotions were different. I felt Pep didn’t deserve to be out and we really wanted to be playing in the Johan Cruyff Arena.“We owed it to Johan, our professor, to take City there.”Pep’s City: The Making of a Superteam, by Lu Martin and Pol Ballus, is published in paperback and ebook on October 24Pep Guardiola vows to quit Man City if ‘things don’t go to plan’ with champions eight points behind Liverpoollast_img read more

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Follow the Trace | Captain the ship is sinking!

first_imgSome serious hurt must have taken place for many-time national football coach, Carl Brown, to refuse the call to once again rescue the Reggae Boyz in a time of crisis; and to proceed to make the pronouncement – evidently aimed at the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) and its current leadership – quote: “I want to have nothing to do with them again.” Brown has been the proverbial safety valve for the JFF over the last two decades, answering similar calls some five times before. But even those with reservations about his choice for stint number six, if Brown was actually offered US$100 per day to be the head coach of the national team even on a short-term basis – compounded by the insensitive and impersonal way the JFF sought to force this arrangement onto the veteran coach – one can understand Brown’s anger. Coach Brown’s decision to refuse the offer on a point of principle must be commended. Knowing the kind of dedicated servant he has been to Jamaica’s football for over four decades, it must have been difficult for him to turn his back with what appears to be such bitterness and absolute finality. Brown’s no doubt tough and painful decision now leaves us with second choice, Theodore ‘Tappa’ Whitmore, with the proverbial ‘basket to carry the water’, set to take charge of the team for the two must-win Caribbean Cup assignments against Suriname and Guyana. With Tappa back at the helm in such short order, vivid memories of his mysterious, sometimes baffling, team selections and puzzling tactical decisions are immediately rekindled. Whitmore was one of the most skilful and creative players in the history of Jamaican football, yet he inexplicably and adamantly refused to include any creative players in his teams. INSPIRATIONAL FORCE One got the sense that as a coach, Whitmore brought more of an inspirational dynamic to the fore by virtue of his reputation and achievements of a player and hero of relatively modern vintage. It is worth remembering that Whitmore was removed as the national senior coach, as well as the national Under-20 coach, within a two-year span. The task of putting the team together for these two big assignments within two weeks will require precision and tactical aplomb. There will be precious little time to organise and strategise chemistry and understanding among this mix of players drawn from United States and Jamaica. The big question that will be answered in a matter of days is: Is Whitmore up for this task? The current scenario has a feel of imminent disaster written all over it, adding to the multiple crises of an absence of a defined philosophy and an overall direction for the football, while the JFF endures the embarrassment of being caught with their pants down as it relates to the now infamous Winfred Sch‰fer contract and with all but the Under-17 boys’ team out of contention for international glory. I openly shouted the opinion recently that it was hard to envisage things getting any worse for Jamaica’s football. One erudite colleague was quick to remind me that things actually could get worse in a matter of days if either Suriname or Guyana knocks Jamaica out of the Caribbean Cup and effectively out of the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Taking the philosophical way, maybe it is necessary for things to get even worse before they get any better, and if what it takes for us to set the football on the right trajectory is for things to get even worse, then by all means, let us get knocked out of the Caribbean Cup and the Gold Cup. The last thing we need at this point is another Band-Aid solution, or another justification for a false sense of security. So while possible disaster looms in the form of Suriname or Guyana in the short run, it might very well be a blessing in disguise for that unthinkable worse to unfold as we continue to send out the SOS call loud and clear … CAPTAIN THE SHIP IS SINKING, AND IT IS SINKING FAST!last_img read more

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Marinerong Pilipino stumped as UST pulls out Subido from team

first_imgScientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames View comments In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Subido has been averaging 10.2 points, 1.9 rebounds, and 1.5 assists in 18 minutes of play in the tournament while helping Marinerong Pilipino finish as the second seed and reach the semifinals for the second straight conference.“UST’s decision is baffling. Why pull the plug now? Why didn’t they stop Subido from joining the Marinero lineup before the tournament to be fair to the team?”Subido’s absence will be a big blow for Marinerong Pilipino, which is trailing 0-1 in its best-of-three semifinals series against Zark’s Burger-Lyceum.The Skippers will have to bank on guards Rian Ayonayon, Billy Robles, and playing-assistant coach Denok Miranda on Thursday to force a winner-take-all Game 3.ADVERTISEMENT P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC “For one reason or another, Renzo Subido took a leave from the UST team last year. He was playing in what may be considered a minor team in the PBA D-League when Marinerong Pilipino took him in, gave him high caliber training, and made him their starting point guard,” the statement read from he management read. “He was one of the sparks for the Marinero’s strong showing in the D-League’s current season which brought them to the semifinal round. But with two weeks to go before the end of the season, UST abruptly decided to stop Subido from further playing for Marinero.”Subido sat out UAAP Season 80 for the Growling Tigers as he opted to personally hone his craft before finding his way to Marinerong Pilipino in the 2017 PBA D-League Foundation Cup, where he emerged as a solid playmaker for the upstart squad.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownBut that partnership came to a screeching halt, with the Marinerong Pilipino management crying foul on what it felt was an unfair judgment on the part of the university to prohibit the 22-year-old from finishing the conference.“Is this right? Is it fair? The UAAP tournament is still many months away. No need to fear Subido will not be ready for it. Meanwhile, Marinero has a strong chance at the championship. If Subido continues to play with the team, UST will be getting back a highly improved and skilled player. If anything, Subido would have been sharpened and more seasoned in the game because of Marinero,” the statement added. ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ LATEST STORIES DeRozan, Raptors go up 2-0 vs Wizards Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew PBA IMAGESRenzo Subido will no longer suit up for Marinerong Pilipino for the remainder of the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup.Head coach Koy Banal bared the development as the  Skippers are losing a key cog ahead of their crucial Game 2 semifinals duel against Zark’s Burger-Lyceum on Thursday due to the decision of University of Santo Tomas to pull Subido out from the team.ADVERTISEMENT 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 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READlast_img read more

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Man freed of Berbice businessman’s murder

first_imgAfter two brothers were indicted for the murder of a Hampshire, Corentyne, Berbice businessman and one of them was later killed during a prison brawl, the second was set free by Justice Brassington Reynolds.Dead: Devendra DeodatJustice Brassington Reynolds upheld a no case submission made by Attorney-at-law Chandra Sohan and instructed the jury to return a formal verdict of not guilty.On trial for the October 9, 2013, murder of Hampshire businessman, Devendra Deodat also called “Dave”, was Ramnarine Jagmohan.The State’s case, which was presented by State Prosecutor Mondel Moore was that Deodat, 34, of Lot 72 Hampshire, Squatting Area, Corentyne, was shot to his chest, chopped to his neck and hands and one of his fingers was severed in the attack at his home.According to the State, during the robbery, the now dead man’s father-in-law, Rafeek Abdul, called “King”, 57, of Lot 63 Williamsburg, Corentyne, was shot twice to his shoulder and Deodat’s wife, Shaneeza, was chopped to the head.However, Defence Counsel Sohan argued that the accused was not charged with attempted murder for those injured. He further noted that while the State claimed that Deodat’s wife, Shaneeza, was injured, and according to her, chopped in the head and received 90 stitches, the prosecution failed to produce a medical report to substantiate its claim.Accused: Ramnarine JagmohanDuring the trial, Surendra Oreall said he was sitting outside with Deodat’s son and daughter when the three bandits pounced on the family. However, Deodat’s wife said both of her children were inside the house when the bandits arrived.She told the court that she was able to identify the two accused during an identification parade. However, Sohan pointed out that there was no evidence that an identification parade was conducted.During the trial, the defence had asked Deodat’s wife why she did not lock the door after the bandits had locked themselves in the shop.She told the court that it was after the bandits had collected the jewellery and money and were leaving that she told her husband to fight back, resulting in him being shot. She also said that she took the bandits to a secret exit to get them out.Initially, the accused and his younger brother Neshan were charged with the murder of Deodat. However, on June 21, 2017, he was killed during a brawl in the New Amsterdam Prison. (Andrew Carmichael)last_img read more

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Pochettino says Spurs years ahead of schedule

first_img0Shares0000Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is targeting a top-four place in the Premier League © AFP/File / Glyn KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, Apr 30 – Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham are victims of their own success as they scramble to finish in the top four of the Premier League ahead of deposed champions Chelsea.Fourth-placed Spurs, who host Watford on Monday, have stumbled in the league in recent weeks and crashed to their eighth successive FA Cup semi-final defeat against Manchester United last week. But Pochettino, targeting Champions League qualification for a third straight year, said his approach would not change as he strives to take the club to the next level and win silverware after a barren decade.Spurs are two points clear of Chelsea, with four games remaining. Antonio Conte’s side, who have won three successive league matches, have three games left.“Tottenham needed when we arrived here to have a clear idea about discipline, rules, principles, a project to develop, to use young players, and that was how we created this project all together,” he said.“Whether it is me or another, that is the right project to keep pushing, don’t be disappointed if we still don’t win a trophy, the expectation always is massive.“We are victims of our own success because we are ahead in our project. I remind you that in my first meeting with (chairman) Daniel Levy and (owner) Joe Lewis, the target was to arrive in the new stadium in four years and to create a team to have the possibility to fight for the top four and the second year to play Champions League.”Pochettino, whose club will move into their new stadium next season, raised eyebrows following the defeat to Jose Mourinho’s United by saying the project at Spurs will go on “with me or another”.The Argentine still has three years to run on his contract and was coy about whether a new deal is in the offing.“Am I going to sign? It’s a question for Daniel,” he said. “I am not (Arsene) Wenger or (Alex) Ferguson who decides about their own future. I decide only about the starting XI in this football club. That is up to Daniel, does he want to offer or not?“I am a person who is never going to ask to improve my salary or extend my contract or anything like this.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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England goalkeeper Tom Heaton signs new four-year Burnley contract

first_imgBurnley captain Tom Heaton has signed a new four-year contract with the club.The England goalkeeper had two years remaining on his existing deal but has now committed until the summer of 2020.“I am obviously over the moon to sign for another four years,” he said.“I’m really looking forward to the challenge, especially this season and whatever comes after that.“Being at Burnley has been fantastic for me and I’ve enjoyed every minute, on a personal note.“Now I’m looking forward, as I say, to what the future is, to keep challenging myself and the position.”Heaton returned to training this week, having been given extended leave as he was part of England’s squad at the Euro 2016.That experience, and the prospect of playing in the Premier League again after promotion last season, has spurred Heaton on to improve.“It was certainly a dream of mine to get a cap. To get it is incredible and it’s made me hungry for more,” he added.“I really want to kick on and push that boundary now and see where I can get to.“As ever, you reach that point and you think about the next one, getting more, starting a game and kicking on from there.“That’s certainly my drive and desire, but I’ve been in the game long enough to know that the important thing is you keep working hard every day.“That’s certainly what my focus is on. I want to get better. I still feel like I’ve got more to come, still want to achieve more and all that comes from hard work.“If things come with that, then great, but I think the focus will always be on putting the work on the training pitch and seeing where it takes me.” 1 Burnley and England goalkeeper Tom Heaton last_img read more

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Size can’t slow Allen, and academics won’t

first_img “Height was really not an issue in recruiting Allen,” Mosley said. “We see 5-foot-9 guards (in the NAIA) every other night. We were impressed with Allen’s maturity as a point guard, his quickness and his speed. There were some questions about his defense and how he would handle the next level physically, but he was a good player and a good person, and we were happy to sign him.” Allen would never play for The Master’s. NAIA regulations dictate an athlete must finish in the top 50 percent of his class in grade-point average or score higher than 860 on the SAT. Allen, who maintained a 3.0 GPA in his senior year at Highland, acknowledges he struggled in school following his move from Portland, Ore., just before his freshman year, and his SAT score was not high enough. Although The Master’s provided its prospect with tutors, Allen was unable to recover from this slow academic start, and the scholarship offer was revoked. He enrolled in classes at Antelope Valley College but is not playing basketbal, instead concentrating on improving his academic standing. “In high school, I didn’t really focus like I should have in the classroom,” Allen said. “I could have done a lot better, but I spent most of my time with basketball. It’s still a good situation for me here at junior college, where I am living at home and have the opportunity to improve my grades.” Allen is playing in adult basketball leagues at a local gym and insists his game is improving. He is considering playing next season at Antelope Valley, Cal State Northridge or The Master’s. Mosley says The Master’s would likely welcome Allen back once his eligibility concerns are solved. Sandy Thomas, Allen’s mother, a guard at Oregon State in the early 1980s, is confident her son will thrive when given a second chance. “I can’t begin to lie,” Thomas said. “(The situation with The Master’s) really hurt (Tomoreo). But people underestimate him. He has a natural drive to succeed, and although most schools are interested in taller guards, (Tomoreo) is quicker than a lot of guards, and he will put in all the necessary work in the gym.” Said Allen: “It’s really up in the air as far as where I’ll end up next. The sky’s really the limit, and I’m still working hard on my game.” Kevin Connelly, (818) 713-3607 kevin.connelly@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card “I went ahead and scored (a career-high) 41.” Such performances drew the attention of local college basketball scouts. Early in the 2004-05 season, The Master’s College, an NAIA program in Santa Clarita, offered Allen a full scholarship. The point guard accepted immediately. Highland coach Jeff Smith said he believes Allen would have been recruited by top Division I programs if he was in the 6-foot-2 range, but he thought The Master’s was a good fit for Allen. Smith said Allen’s decision was heavily influenced on a recruiting trip when he met with Mike Penberthy, a former The Master’s star and Lakers guard in 2001-02. The Master’s assistant coach John Mosley said Allen’s lack of size was secondary to what he saw on the court. The Mustangs were Excited to have landed so skilled a player. Short stack. Sawed off. Vertically challenged. At just 5-foot-9, 150 pounds, playing a sport dominated by giants, former Highland High boys’ basketball star Tomoreo Allen has heard it all. His 29.5 points-per-game average last season was the best mark in the Southern Section and second-best in the Southland – behind Grant of Van Nuys’ Mike Danielian at 30.3 – but Allen was not immune from epithets regarding his height. “I’ve been looked down upon (because of my height),” Allen said. “In the (Southern Section Div. I-AA playoffs) last year, Silverado (of Victorville) had a 6-foot-10 guy who basically fouled me as hard as he could on the first play of the game. He said, ‘You’re not going to score 30 points on us, little man.” last_img read more

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Arsenal hero says Gunners won’t be playing Champions League football next season

first_imgMartin Keown expects Arsenal’s late charge for a top four finish to end in failure.The Gunners are up to fifth in the Premier League table after following up their victory over rivals Manchester United by beating Southampton on Wednesday night.They are now just three points behind Manchester City, who sit fourth, and four points off third-placed Liverpool, who have played a game more.With their remaining fixtures against Stoke, Sunderland and Everton, Arsene Wenger’s side look to be in with a real shot of securing Champions League football for the 21st consecutive season.But Keown believes their resurgence has come too late, telling talkSPORT: “It was a huge win [against Southampton], but I can’t see they are going to do it. “City are purring at the moment. Liverpool are maybe just limping over the line.“Arsene Wenger has shown a good reaction from the terrible form they were in. He has turned it around, he is heading towards the FA Cip final against Chelsea, but I can’t see Arsenal doing it.“Wenger every year gets back on track and rebalances as a group but they have been too short of quality.”Martin Keown was speaking at the launch of The McDonald’s Player Escort Programme. McDonald’s is giving you the chance to register a child for the opportunity to be a Player Escort at the UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 match between England and Scotland. To find out more click here.last_img read more

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GAA NEWS: NAOMH COLMCILLE CLUB NOTES

first_imgStrength and conditioning training for seniors and reserves continues Monday 7th January in the Motiv8 gym in Letterkenny (above the Glencar Inn) at 8:10 pm. Bring €5 for the session. A second session is arranged for Fridays at 7:10 pm. Players unable to attend these sessions can contact Nigel Drein at 0879963406 to organise a suitable alternative timeYou can now keep up to date with the latest club news on twitter: Go to https://twitter.com/Naomh_Colmcille and hit Follow.Copies of the Donegal yearbook (€10 each) are now available from Catherine Clarke. Naomh Colmcille’s Weekly Lotto: The numbers drawn were 1, 11, 10, 22, 13. The winners drawn were Liam Doran, Niall Gallagher and Karol and Breda Friel who won €25 each. The Club would like to take the opportunity to Thank Everyone for their continued support of the Lotto as it gives the Club the essential means of continuing to give our local Kids and Adults the chance to avail of a great and healthy pastime.Congratulations to Willie Gillespie on being called up to the Donegal senior squad for the McKenna cup. Willie is joined in the squad by Thomas McKinley.Happy New Year to everyone associated with the club.  GAA NEWS: NAOMH COLMCILLE CLUB NOTES was last modified: January 6th, 2013 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:Naomh Colmcille GAA club noteslast_img read more

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CHARITY CYCLE IN MEMORY OF GARDA GARY AND GARDA ROBBIE

first_imgGarda McCallionGarda Gary McLoughlinNINETY cyclists are set to take part in a charity cycle in memory of two Gardaí killed in the line of duty here in Co Donegal.Former colleagues and friends of the late Gardai Robbie McCallion of Letterkenny Garda Station and Garda Gary McLoughlin who was attached to Buncrana Garda Station are participating in a charity cycle from Mizen Head to Malin Head between 7th and 12th September.The cyclists leave Mizen Head on the evening of Sunday 7th September, travelling via Killarney, Tralee, Tarbert, Lisdoonvarna, Oranmore, Claremorris and Sligo. On Thursday 11th September, the cyclists will return to County Donegal and will spend the night in Donegal Town. On Friday 12th September, the cyclists will take part in the final leg of the event, travelling from Donegal town to Malin Head.A short stop off in Letterkenny has been planned to visit Tara Court on the Ramelton Road, and hold a short reflection in memory of Robbie. The cyclists will then make their way to Lisfannon, Burt where there will be a similar short reflection in memory of Gary.The benefiting charities are:Donegal Hospice. The Jack & Jill Foundation.Cuisle Centre, Roscommon (Respite Centre run by the Irish Wheelchair Association).Beaumont Hospital ICU.Mayo/Roscommon Hospice.The organisers would ask the public to support the event. Sponsors, including Hegarty’s Ford, Letterkenny, The Pulse, Letterkenny, Desmond Motors, Derry are thanked sincerely.The late Garda Robbie Mc McCallion passed away in Beaumont Hospital on 7th April 2009 after being struck by a stolen car at Tara Court ,Letterkenny on 26th March 2009. He was 29 years of age.The late Garda Gary Mc Laughlin passed away at Letterkenny General Hospital on 14th December 2009 following a traffic collision at Lisfannon, Burt the previous day. He was 24 years of age.This is the second such event in commemorating the lives of Robbie and Gary, the last one in 2010, over 100 cyclists took part raised approximately €70,000 for both local & national charities. CHARITY CYCLE IN MEMORY OF GARDA GARY AND GARDA ROBBIE was last modified: September 2nd, 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:CHARITY CYCLEGarda Gary McLoughlinGarda Robbie McCallionlast_img read more

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