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Ederson’s 83-yard assist for Sterling’s winner against Schalke thrills fans

first_imgEderson wowed fans on social media with his 87-yard assist for Raheem Sterling’s winner against Schalke on Wednesday.The Brazil international sent a well-executed floated pass over his opponent’s defence that found Sterling.That was Ederson’s second assist of the season that now takes him level with some esteemed stars.The Manchester City goalkeeper now has the same number of assists as Mesut Ozil, Anthony Martial and Arjen Robben this campaign.He, in fact, has set up more goals than Liverpool’s Naby Keita, Jorginho, Lucas Moura and Marco Verratti.Kyle Walker is now fearing Ederson will have better numbers than him at the end of the season.Walker said on Twitter: ‘When he tells you he’ll end up with more assists than you…and now you’re starting to get worried.’Gary Lineker was impressed as he said: ‘Never mind his goalkeeping, what a player Ederson is with the ball at his feet.‘Imagine playing against a keeper who passes it better than you.’Someone else said: ‘What a ball from Ederson, yet Alisson is still better?’City took the lead through Sergio Aguero against the Bundesliga side on Wednesday but went behind to two Nabil Bentaleb penalties.Leroy Sane then scored a stunning free-kick to equalise for Pep Guardiola’s side before Sterling came up with a late winner.last_img read more

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INSIDE AFCON 2019: Rohr Calls Nigeria Underdogs Ahead of Cameroon Clash (AUDIO)

first_imgALEXANDRIA – Nigeria’s loss to Madagascar in the group stage of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations means the Super Eagles go into Saturday’s Round of 16 encounter against defending champions and bitter rivals Cameroon as underdogs according to Nigeria’s head coach Gernot Rohr.The Super Eagles and the Indomitable Lions will renew their storied and long-running rivalry at the Cup of Nations for the first time in nineteen years at the Alexandria Stadium tomorrow as they jostle for a place in the quarter-finals.And while Nigeria were 2-1 winners in their quarter-final clash in 2004 when Cameroon were defending champions as they are now, Rohr said, while speaking at the pre-match conference ahead of the match, that the loss to Madagascar might have taught his players “humility” but Cameroon who are unbeaten and are yet to concede in the tournament must be viewed as favourites.Download audio“The positive thing about the loss to Madagascar is that it’s a lesson in humility because sometimes it’s very good for everybody to have it. For the player, for the staff, for the officials, for the fans. And also, I think after this match [against Madagascar], we are not really the favorites for the match of tomorrow.”Notwithstanding Nigeria’s less than ideal end to the group stage, Rohr said the five-day gap before the clash against the Indomitable Lions means his side has been able to fully research tomorrow’s opponents with the players.And with the players fully rested and perfectly prepared, Rohr says his players must show “fighting spirit” and must use tomorrow’s encounter to “make Nigerians proud” and show against Cameroon that the loss to Madagascar was “an accident”.Download audio“It’s a great football match for us and for everybody and we are happy to be qualified for the second round, and of course Cameroon are one of the best sides in this AFCON and it could be a final but its already a match of Round of 16 and we are preparing it very well,” Rohr said.“We had the time this week to recover very well, to have good training sessions and also to hold some good meetings with the players and to see how this good Cameroon team are playing.“Now the moment is come tomorrow to show Nigerians that the last match was an accident and our team hasn’t lost its football and it’s a very exciting game all the players must be happy to play such a game.“I told them yesterday that they should be happy to play this match for us and they have to enjoy playing these great matches. I want to see fun, fighting spirit because now a new tournament is beginning and each match is so important that I’m sure we will give all that we can give make Nigeria proud.”Relatedlast_img read more

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Pharmacist denies woman miscarriage drug on moral grounds

first_img 1 of 3 The Walgreens where Nicole Arteaga was allegedly refused service by a Walgreens pharmacist who denied her prescription because it was against his ethics, shown Monday, June 25, 2018, in Peoria, Ariz. The Arizona State Board of Pharmacy will investigate the complaint of a woman who says a Walgreens pharmacist denied to give her medication necessary to end her pregnancy after her baby stopped developing. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) PEORIA, Ariz. | The Arizona State Board of Pharmacy will investigate the complaint of a woman who says a Walgreens pharmacist refused to give her medication necessary to end her pregnancy after her baby stopped developing.The woman, who the Arizona Republic identified as Nicole Arteaga, described in a viral Facebook post how she was publicly humiliated when attempting to fill the prescription to end her pregnancy — a pregnancy she wanted, but needed to terminate because she would ultimately miscarry. She says the pharmacist refused to fill the prescription with other customers within earshot and she left the location in tears with her 7-year-old child by her side. Nicole Arteaga tells her story about how a Walgreens pharmacist allegedly denied her prescription because it was against his ethics, during an interview from inside her home in Peoria, Ariz., Saturday, June 23, 2018. The Arizona State Board of Pharmacy will investigate the complaint of a woman who says a Walgreens pharmacist denied to give her medication necessary to end her pregnancy after her baby stopped developing. (Patrick Breen /The Arizona Republic via AP)center_img The Walgreens where Nicole Arteaga was allegedly refused service by a Walgreens pharmacist who denied her prescription because it was against his ethics, shown Monday, June 25, 2018, in Peoria, Ariz. The Arizona State Board of Pharmacy will investigate the complaint of a woman who says a Walgreens pharmacist denied to give her medication necessary to end her pregnancy after her baby stopped developing. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Arteaga was able to fill her prescription at a different location later, and filed a complaint with the Arizona State Board of Pharmacy.Kam Gandhi, executive director at the board, said that the agency hasn’t talked to Arteaga or the pharmacist yet, but will aim to do a full investigation before the board’s next meeting in August, Gandhi said.“Obviously it’s a sensitive matter, and we have to approach it delicately,” he said. “If we get everything in order, we’ll present it at the August meeting.”Arizona is one of six states that permit pharmacists to refuse to fill prescriptions on moral or religious grounds without requiring a referral or transfer of the prescription, according to the National Women’s Law Center. The law specifically mentions abortion medication or emergency contraception, and says medical professionals like pharmacists must state their objection in writing.Gandhi said that part of the law hasn’t been interpreted by the board before.“Does it have to be presented to the patient, does it have to be at the store, or does it have to be in the pharmacist’s personnel file?” he said. “That’s what’s up in the air.”Once the investigation is presented to the board, it can determine whether to dismiss the complaint or take further action. That could include a type of warning letter, civil penalties, a voluntary surrender of license or continued education, Gandhi said.Arteaga also said she had contacted Walgreens’ corporate office. On Monday, the company was tweeting replies to individuals who were outraged by Arteaga’s post.Some customers said they were taking their prescription business elsewhere. Walgreens pushed out multiple repeated responses. In one, the company said it apologized to the patient about how the situation was handled. It also said it was looking into the matter further, while another message explained store policies.“Our policy allows pharmacists to step away from filling a prescription for which they have a moral objection,” the tweet read. “At the same time, they are also required to refer the prescription to another pharmacist or manager on duty to meet the patient’s needs in a timely manner.”The company told The Associated Press on Monday that the pharmacist in question was the only one on duty at the time, so he called another location to serve the patient.Gretchen Borchelt, the vice president of reproductive rights and health for the National Women’s Law Center, said it’s unclear how many women are affected by such laws because few may come forward like Arteaga did. Borchelt said her group has heard of women being denied prescriptions in at least 26 states since 2000.“I think it’s happening more than people realize,” she said.Tayler Tucker, a spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona, said the organization has been advocating for change in the refusal policy since it was passed in 2009. She said the law steps into the relationship between a woman and her provider — a woman could become ill by not properly dealing with a miscarriage, she said.“We’re literally endangering people by stepping in in these ways and that definitely is a huge concern,” she said.Arteaga found out she was pregnant about two months ago and was being monitored weekly because of a prior miscarriage. Last week, Arteaga’s doctor told her that her baby had stopped developing and she would ultimately miscarry. Her doctor gave her the prescription after she opted to use medication to terminate the pregnancy instead of a procedure.“I get it we all have our beliefs,” she wrote. “But what he failed to understand is this isn’t the situation I had hoped for, this isn’t something I wanted. This is something I have zero control over. He has no idea what it’s like to want nothing more than to carry a child to full term and be unable to do so.”Information from: The Arizona Republic, https://www.azcentral.comlast_img read more

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