VIDEO: Thieves steal 14 weapons from Bass Pro Shops store in PSL

first_imgAccording to thePort St. Lucie Police Department the group of crooks fled in the U-Haul truck but were eventually caught after a speed chase.Police were able to arrest 7 people, 3 of which were minors. Officials identified the suspects as: Damon Maurice Foster, 24, Jean Oudorff Monfort, 20, Julydod Monfort, 18, and Anthony Tanilus, 18. A 17, 16, and 13-year-old remained unnamed because of their age.Officials say all the suspects are facing charges of grand theft of a firearm, burglary, damaged property/criminal mischief, and resisting an officer without violence.Police are still searching for one more accomplice.If you have any information that can help authorities, call Detective N. Penney at 772-344-4062, or Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-800-273-TIPS. (Port St. Lucie Police Department/Courtesy) Caught on video!A gang of thieves were captured on surveillance video stealing weapons from a Bass Pro Shops store in Port St. Lucie.Police say a U-Haul box truck was used to smash through the front doors of the shop on Thursday morning at around 12:15 a.m. Then, the robbers took a dozen rifles and two hard rubber training handguns.SURVEILLANCE VIDEO:last_img read more

PMs Mitchell, Rowley hail Skerritt presidency as new dawn for Windies cricket

first_imgBRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC) – Two Caribbean prime ministers previously critical of Dave Cameron’s leadership of Cricket West Indies have welcomed the election of Ricky Skerritt as the new president of the regional governing body.Grenada’s Dr Keith Mitchell said Skerritt, and new vice-president Dr Kishore Shallow, would “lift the spirits of Caribbean people” while Trinidad and Tobago’s Dr Keith Rowley said he now hoped that “a door to far-reaching progressive change is now open”.Skerritt, a former St Kitts and Nevis government minister, and Shallow, an IT consultant and president of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Cricket Association, toppled three-term incumbents Cameron and vice-president Emmanuel Nathan by 8-4 margins at elections during Sunday’s annual general meeting in Jamaica.“This result will bring great joy and happiness to cricket lovers throughout the world, not just in the West Indies,” said Mitchell in a statement Monday.“The election of Mr. Skerritt’s team will lift the spirits of the Caribbean people and give them new hope and a greater expectation for the revival and rebirth of West Indies cricket.“I also want to congratulate the Skerritt team for running a clean and effective campaign in which they consistently highlighted their agenda for change, their vision for the future of West Indies cricket and their ten-point plan for making that vision a reality.”Under Cameron, CWI maintained an acrimonious relationship with CARICOM governments, especially after rejecting their attempted intervention to initiate governance reforms through the Patterson and Barriteau Reports.Mitchell, a former chairman of CARICOM’s sub-committee, remained a strident critic of Cameron and as recently as January said that as “far as [Cameron’s] management style of West Indies cricket [is concerned], I don’t have a lot of respect for it”.The veteran leader said he was especially pleased with Skerritt’s recognition of the need for partnership with the stakeholder community in pursuit of cricket development.“I must especially commend Mr. Skerritt for requesting that stakeholders share responsibility for his strategy and become co-owners of his agenda for change,” Mitchell continued.“I believe that CARICOM Governments will honour these requests and do all in their power to promote harmonious and cooperative relationships between the board and all stakeholders, for the common good of the game and the region.“I wish the new leadership team all the best for the future and stand ready to help in any way I possibly can. My interest has always been on the success of West Indies cricket and not on personalities, and that will continue to be my guiding principle.”Rowley, meanwhile, who in the past charged that West Indies cricket had been “hijacked by a small clique of people … hell bent on destroying Caribbean cricket”, now also exuded optimism.“I am pleased to hope that a door to far-reaching progressive change is now open. This holds out the prospect for the effecting of the much-needed restructuring of the management of the regional game with some sense of purpose and urgency,” Rowley pointed out.“My regional colleagues and I look forward to early contact with the new President, Ricky Skerritt and his team and to pick up our effort from where it was derailed from the Patterson/Barriteau work onto a new road which recognises ‘West Indies Cricket’ as a ‘public good’, a heritage of all West Indian citizens, to be honoured, nurtured and managed sustainably by the widest effective participation by Caribbean people using proven best practice methods.”Rowley also urged the convening of a conference to urgently address the way forward.“I have already called for a two-day colloquium to be hosted by one of our territories with the fullest participation of all stakeholders with a view to approving an immediate action plan to construct the new Road Ahead for West Indies cricket from kindergarten to the halls of fame.”last_img read more

Markram stakes claim for South Africa Test captaincy

first_imgCAPE TOWN (Reuters) – Opening batsman Aiden Markram has said he would give an “arm and a leg” to captain South Africa in Tests but admits doubting his own ability during a difficult 12 months in the longer format.Markram, 25, is considered one of the front-runners to take over the Test captaincy from Faf du Plessis when South Africa return to five-day action, and would likely have been a shoo-in if his form had not dipped so dramatically in the last year.“It is just nice to be considered and I’d give an absolute arm and a leg to be able to do it, but in the same breath I don’t want to become desperate about it,” Markram said in an interview released by Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Monday.“It’s one of those things where if it were to happen it would be amazing. But if not, there are plenty of good leaders within the environment that will definitely take the team.”Markram led South Africa to victory at the 2014 Cricket Under-19 World Cup, and had been tipped by current CSA director of cricket Graeme Smith as a future captain for the senior side.“I really enjoy captaincy,” Markram said. “I enjoy the responsibilities that come with it. I have been able to watch from franchise captains to a guy like Faf and it is just something that I would love to do.”But Markram must first regain his starting place in the side. The opener averaged above 45 in his first 15 tests, but in the next five managed only 183 runs at an average of 18.30.He had a spell on the sidelines after injuring his hand when he struck a wall following a pair of ducks in India last year.“I have certainly doubted myself and doubted my abilities,” Markram said. “At the top level, you’re just a few bad knocks away from people wanting you out of the team. I doubted myself quite a bit this last year.“It’s a tough space to be in but it comes with the territory and if you want to be a top performer at a high level, you’ve got to find ways to deal with it.”South Africa are next scheduled to be in action for two Tests in the West Indies in late July, though that tour is under threat due to the COVID-19 pandemic.last_img read more

ROWING : Syracuse challenged by tough early-season slate

first_img Comments Published on April 26, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Josh: jmhyber@syr.edu Justin Moore filled Syracuse’s schedule with tough competition this season. Eight of its opponents are currently in Top-20 or have received votes in the CRCA/US Rowing Coaches poll.Senior coxswain Allison Todd believes the challenging slate has made a difference thus far, saying the Orange is now capable of putting together a dominant and complete performance.The schedule also serves as a reminder SU can’t take any opponent lightly.‘At this point Justin has always told us you take everyone seriously,’ Todd said. ‘You race as if everyone’s fast. The other crews are fast but the thing is, even though they’re not ranked, they’re still going to put up a fight.’Moore’s strategy tested the Orange during the season and prepared his rowers for postseason racing, which starts when Syracuse heads to Indianapolis on Saturday for the Big East Double Dual regatta at Eagle Creek Reservoir. The Orange will face a competitive field that includes Iowa, Notre Dame, Rutgers and West Virginia. No. 15 Notre Dame is the only ranked crew in the event. But the oarswomen do not want to take any of their opponents lightly.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNotre Dame is also the eight-time defending Big East Champion. This season, the Fighting Irish have defeated No. 19 Clemson, while losing to No. 4 Ohio State by seven seconds. Two weeks ago, Notre Dame, who boasts one of the best varsity four boats in the country, lost to No. 2 Virginia by less than seven seconds.‘We’ve heard very good things,’ freshman Anna Kaszycki said. ‘We’ve heard that they’re very fast. I think it’s exciting and gives us a good opportunity to see where we’re at and where we need to be.’Syracuse has a talented group ready for the challenge Notre Dame poses. The Orange’s varsity four boat – coxed by junior Kristina Herb and comprised of Ashley Marsh, Laura Adams, Amy Ludovici and Morgan DiValerio – currently ranks fourth among Mid-Atlantic schools.Notre Dame and Syracuse will surely be the favorites, but Iowa and West Virginia will row closely behind. On March 17 in South Carolina, the SU varsity eight crew finished only one second ahead of Iowa and cruised to a 14-second victory against the Hawkeyes’ varsity four.‘Since we first raced them [Iowa] in Clemson we’ve made a lot of progress,’ freshman Emma Basher said. ‘I think it will be good to go up against them again and see how we compare and hopefully we beat them by more this time.’West Virginia’s season-best time in the varsity eight this season is 6:42.72, which is actually better than Syracuse’s 6:47.4. Syracuse also faced Rutgers on March 31 at Onondaga Lake, defeating the Scarlet Knights in a varsity eight head-to-head consolation match.SU will use this weekend to hone its skills for the Big East Championship, which takes place from May 12-13 in Mercer, N.J., where Notre Dame will once again be the Orange’s toughest competition.But the Orange will be ready regardless of its opponent this weekend. Basher said the team has continued to improve at practice this week, and that the previous experience against top-ranked teams like Dartmouth prepared the team for the postseason race.With the stakes a little higher, Todd wants to see SU turn that experience into a successful weekend in the conference regatta.‘We’ve had pieces of the races that have been successful, and last weekends I think we put it all together,’ Todd said. ‘Hopefully this weekend we’ll have the same results.’jmhyber@syr.educenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Trojans nab 12 commitments

first_imgOn Wednesday, USC coach Lane Kiffin announced the newest football recruiting class to join the Trojan ranks at a press conference in Heritage Hall as the period for high school seniors to sign letters of intent opened.The group, ranked eighth nationally by Rivals.com, includes 11 high school players and one junior college transfer. The scholarship reductions imposed by the NCAA went into effect with the 2012 recruiting class, and the Trojans were only allowed to sign a maximum of 15 players.Number crunching · The Trojans signed 12 players in their 2012 recruiting class, many of which were highly sought-after players. They are only allowed to carry 75 players on their team for the next three seasons. – Chris Pham | Daily Trojan “It’s tough because that’s 10 players you are giving away to your competitors,” Kiffin said.Despite the sanctions, Kiffin appeared pleased with the class.“We can’t control how many we sign, but we can control who we sign — And these are the highest quality players.”Notably, Lane Kiffin and his staff stockpiled talent at the offensive line position by signing five-star prospects Zach Banner of Lakewood, Wash. and Jordan Simmons of Encino, Calif.  Though the incoming freshmen bring size and athleticism, Kiffin did not expect them to emerge as the replacements for Matt Kalil, who is the lone starter not returning to an offensive line that surrendered only eight sacks last year.“It’s so hard at [offensive line] to go from high school to college. Luckily ,we do return four of our five,” Kiffin said.At wide receiver, the Trojans added four-star Darreus Rogers of Carson, Calif. and highly touted wide receiver Nelson Agholor of Tampa Bay, Fla.Though USC filled several areas of need, the lack of depth at running back continues to be an issue. Jahleel Pinner is listed at running back at five-foot-eleven, 250 pounds, but he projects to be a fullback.“It was just one of those years where we just didn’t find any guys we liked [at running back],” Kiffin said. “If we were able to sign more guys, we would have been able to take a chance.”The Trojans managed to sign defensive recruits Wednesday as well.Safety Gerald Bowman, the lone junior college transfer who was the top prospect at his position, officially signed with USC. The Trojans hoped to sign him as an early enrollee for spring practice, but he was unable to get through the process in time.At linebacker, four-star Jabari Ruffin of Downey, Calif., signed his letter of intent to join spring enrollee Scott Starr at the position. USC started three freshmen at linebacker a year ago, Ruffin and Starr could see the field right away.“[Ruffin and Starr] are as good as anybody we saw in camp.” Kiffin said. They reminded us of the old days.”Defensive backs Kevon Seymour of Pasadena, Calif., and Devian Shelton of Inglewood, Calif., join a secondary that returns the top-two lines of the depth chart from a year ago.The biggest signing of the day came by way of Daytona Beach, Fla. The Trojans needed to address a need along the defensive line, and they found their man in Leonard Williams. The four-star prospect projects as a defensive end and Kiffin believes he is the most likely recruit in the class to have an immediate impact.With the majority of last year’s roster returning, Kiffin does not believe there is as much pressure on the 2012 class to perform right away.“A year ago we probably had more holes to fill immediately.” Kiffin said. “We don’t need them to be great right away.”last_img read more

“Please don’t turn your back on us”- Edward Odoom begs Hearts of Oak fans

first_imgHearts of Oak head coach, Edward Odoom, is pleading with the team’s fans to keep faith despite the poor run of results in the last few weeks.In the last 6 matches Hearts have won 2 of their last 6 league with the others ending in draws. They beat Dreams FC 1-0 and Bechem United 3-2 but they dropped points to AshGold, Aduana Stars, Karela and Elmina Sharks.The scored 5 goals in that spell of matches placing them 9th on the league table; 6 points off the three teams leading the table (Aduana Stars, Berekum Chelsea and Medeama).Odoom wants the fans to keep cheering the team because their support holds a place of important for him and the players. He made his thoughts known an in exclusive interview with Citi Sports.“The fans have supported us very well since the game at WAFA. They have devoted their time to being with us wherever we go in the country. We are begging them to keep supporting us.We really appreciate what they do for us. The league campaign is not over. We will bounce back I am pleading with them to keep following us and it shall be well with the team.”Hearts will hope to experience better fortunes when they take on Inter Allies in Week 13 of the Ghana Premier League at the Accra Sports Stadium.After that, Hearts face city rivals, Olympics, King Faisal and Eleven Wonders to close out the first round of the league.last_img read more

FCPPL numbers review: top scorers, goalking charts & more

first_imgAfter week 18 of the First Capital Plus Premier League, the numbers look like this.THE RESULTSOlympics 2-3 KotokoWa All Stars 2-0 HeartsAllies 1-1 AshantiGoldHasaacas 2-0 Berekum ChelseaBA United 1-1 WAFALions 1-1 Bechem UnitedAduana Stars 2 -0 MedeamaNew Edubiase 0-0 Liberty ProfessionalsCLICK HERE TO GET A FULL MATCHDAY 18 REPORTTOP SCORERS11– Nathaniel Asamoah (Medeama SC) 9 – Nuhu Fuseini (New Edubiase)Ahmed Toure(Asante Kotoko)8 – Gilbert Fiamenyo (Hearts of Oak)Noah Martey (Bechem United)Stephen Baffour Asare (Berekum Chelsea) Yakubu Mohammed (Ashantigold)Kofi Owusu,(Berekum Chelsea)Kennedy Ashia (Liberty Professionals)7 – Mohammed Sherrif Doe (Inter Allies )6 – Richard Arhin (Aduana Stars) Mumuni Zakaria, (WAFA)5- Martin Antwi (WAFA)Kwame Boateng (Great Olympics )Bernard Morrison (Ashantigold) 4 – Doetse Agbashie(Great Olympics)Nuhu Alhassan(New Edubiase )Muntaka Osman(Heart of Lions)Stephen Nyarko(Wa All Stars)Francis Kyeremeh(B.A. United) 3 – Francis Attuquaye(Great Olympics)Emmanuel Gyamfi(Wa All Stars)Bernard Ofori(New Edubiase )Emmanuel Ankobiah, Frederick Quayson, Samuel afful, Kojo Poku(Hassacas )Kennedy Kissi Boateng(WAFA) Emmanuel Asante, Dauda Mohammed(Asante Kotoko )Ndiaye Benogo(Inter Allies )Kwame Boahen(Medeama sc)Yaw Anorl (BechemUnited )Latif Salifu(Berekum chelsea)2– Amos Korankyi, Kingsley Adjei (Hassacas)Hans Kwoffie, Benjamin Bature,(Medeama)Latif Amadu, Jordan Opoku, Michael Akuffo(Asante Kotoko)Baffour Gyawu(Heart of Lions)Bennett Ofori(Berekum chelsea)Elvis Opoku, Richard Addai, Godfred Saka(Aduana Stars)Richard Yamoah, Isaac Oduro, Foovi Aguidi (Hearts of Oak)Baba Zakari(Liberty)Petrus Shitembi, Didier Kore (Ashantigold )Yakubu  Wadudu, Kweku Asuandzi Baffoe, Abdul Ganiyu Ismail(Wa All Stars)Mustapha Mohammed (B A United)Isaac Quansah,Prince Acquah(Heart of Lions)Eliasu Fuseini(Inter Allies)Daniel Appiah (Great Olympics)1– Francis Larbi, Daniel Darkwa, Sadick Abubakar (Aduana stars)Joseph Adjei,Paul De Vris Asare, Richard Arthur, Emmanuel Ocran(Wa All Stars)Samuel Tettey, Ashimeru Majeed, Umar Bashiru (WAFA)Ibrahim Suleman, Daniel Egyin  Roger Lamptey, Tenneson Opoku, (Hassacas)Zutah Tetteh Joseph, Nurudeen Ali og, Jacob apau Asiedu (Medeama sc)Malik Tahiru, James Boadi, Bismark Idun, Nasir Lamin, Ibrahim Samed, Aminu Dramani Felix Afriyie(New Edubiase),Emmanuel antwi, Tamimu Muntari, Bernard Arthur, Alfred Azumah Nelson, Kweku Stephen, Michael Appiah, Charles Dwamena (Liberty Professionals)Lord Ofosuhene,Frederick Boateng,Mensah Repapa Kwamina, Gockel Ahotor, Evans Mensah(Inter Allies)Isaac Twum  ,Mohammed Razir ,Abdulai Abdul Karim, Tanko Mohammed ,Samuel yeboah, Osman Sackey, Asiamah Badu, Daniel Bonsu(Heart of Lions)Aminu Mohammed, Hamza Mohammed, Issah Adamu, Ernest Baffour,  Richard Baffour, Yaw Mensah (Bechem United)Isaac Danso ,Enoch Gyimah, Nana Egyir, Sellorm Djerado, Charles Oppong Moses Owusu, Felix Kwakye(B A United)Godfred Asante, , Emmanuel Martey, Edmund Sekyi(Great Olympics )Salasie Adjei, Arnold Bosson, Shaun October, Saban Laryea, Robin Gnange,(Hearts of Oak)Mumuni Shafiu,Emmanuel Baffour, Tijani josuah, Emmanuel Osei,(Ashantigold)Samuel Kyere, Richard Adjei  (Berekum Chelsea )Prince Baffoe, Ahmed Adams (Asante Kotoko ) TOTAL SCORERS – 13211 Goals – 1 player9- Goals – 2 Player8 Goals – 6 player7 Goals – 1 Players6 Goals  – 2 players5 Goals  – 3 players4 Goals  – 5 players3 Goals  – 14 players2 Goals  – 25players1 Goals  – 73 players–last_img read more

Waterloo man’s mobile barber shop is now legal

first_imgDES MOINES — A ceremony Tuesday on the statehouse steps has erased the final hurdle to a Waterloo barber’s dream.“It’s the man of the hour!” Governor Kim Reynolds said to William Burt.Reynolds then sat down at a table and signed a bill into law, so Burt’s mobile barber shop can take off.“We’re here today because of the determination and the passion of William Burt,” Reynolds said. “He had a really good idea to serve his community, to bring his mobile barber shop to underserved people in the city of Waterloo, children of low-income households, veterans with disabilities or really anyone without access to a barber.”State regulations had required barber shops to be in a fixed location. Burt discovered that impediment after turning a mini-bus into a mobile barber shop, so he began lobbying legislators to make that change.“It’s definitely an exciting moment,” Burt told reporters. “I’m happy that we can go to work now in the state of Iowa. We are mobile.”The bill got unanimous support from the House and the Senate this year. One lawmaker yelled, “make a million dollars!” as a group gathered for the bill signing cheered.Governor Reynolds talks to William Burt at bill signing.“Keep telling your story,” Reynolds said. “That’s an important piece of this.”The governor has praised Burt for turning his life around. After being in prison, he got an undergrad and graduate degree from the University of Northern Iowa and is a business owner. Representative Ras Smith of Waterloo said Burt’s story is a beacon to others.“If you try hard, if you work through, no matter what barriers are put in front of you, you can still achieve something that’s great,” Smith said.Smith, one of the lawmakers who guided the bill through the legislature, said this is just the beginning for Burt.“I know he’s not going to wrap himself up in the personal accolades, but I will shower the praise because I think it’s important to understand somebody who just over 10 years ago was incarcerated…and is here, right outside the capitol,” Smith said. “Come on, brother, that speaks more than any words on paper can ever, ever do for our community.”Senator Dan Zumbach of Ryan guided the bill through the Senate after hearing about Burt’s predicament.“This gentleman needs to be able to do what he wants to do and government’s in his way. I’m an agriculture guy and I don’t know anything about the haircutting business, but I know you do and I was in a position to help you out and that’s why we ran with it,” Zumbach said.Burt replied: “Man, you guys are going to make me cry. Thank you again.”Zumbach also signed up to get the first haircut in the mobile barber shop, as it was parked outside the capitol.last_img read more

WPB Mayor Hopes City can Celebrate 125th Anniversary on July 4th

first_imgWest Palm Beach Mayor Keith James joined Jen and Bill Wednesday morning on The South Florida Morning Show to talk about re-opening the city as the coronavirus pandemic subsides.Mayor James says he will open the city carefully and will follow the data. His main concern is the health of the most vulnerable.The Mayor says he hopes that the city will be able to celebrate 4th on Flagler and honor the city’s 125th anniversary on July 4th. The mayor thanked the residents of West Palm Beach for their patience and for complying with his and the state’s executive orders to socially distance and to stay-at-home. He admits, however, that the shutdown of the city has really hurt the businesses of West Palm Beach. Listen to the full interview here.last_img

Mourinho swaps criticism for cuddles and Spurs aces like new ‘soft version’

first_imgJOSE MOURINHO is taking the softly-softly approach at Tottenham — and so far it is working a treat.The Special One appears to have learnt from the meanness and moaning that caused so much misery in his time at Manchester United.3 Dele Alli is among the Tottenham players already impressed by his encounters with new boss Jose MourinhoCredit: Getty – Contributor3 Jose Mourinho admits adopting a softer persona to help him bed in at SpursCredit: Getty Images – GettyHe has swapped the criticism for cuddles and animosity for an arm around the shoulder.His Tottenham stars might have feared the hairdryer from their new boss when they came in 2-1 down at half-time during Tuesday’s 4-2 Champions League comeback win over Olympiakos.But Mourinho said: “I just had to be a soft version of myself. I felt the players were in need of some love.”Wow. Never mind Mourinho’s comments about Dele Alli having a brother, it seems he has one too.Where has the grumpy little Portuguese fella gone?But it paid off as Spurs sealed a stunning second-half revival to book their place in the last 16 of Europe’s elite competition.’GOOD RELATIONSHIP SO FAR’It means Mourinho has won his first two games in charge of the North Londoners since replacing the axed predecessor Mauricio Pochettino a week ago.Striker and stand-in skipper Harry Kane, who scored twice against the Greeks, said: “Half-time was calm. Scoring just before half-time helped obviously, but we knew we could not play any worse.“The manager was calm — but you never know what a new manager is going to be like.“He’d been here for less than a week and only had two games.“So far it’s been all about trying to save the energy, not trying to work too much with the players because of the amount of games we have coming up.“It’s early days but we have a good relationship so far. We talk and try to help the team.Jose Mourinho jokes about seeing his Olympiakos half-time team talk on the Amazon documentary3 Harry Kane says Jose Mourinho stayed calm at half-time despite Spurs trailing 2-1 after their terrible first 45 minutes against OlympiakosCredit: Getty Images – Getty“With me being one of the leaders in the team he looks to me for feelings and advice on the team.“When you are winning games it definitely helps your relationship.“Hopefully we can build a strong relationship.“We know we both want to win big competitions.“That’s the team’s aim, that’s my aim and that is the manager’s aim.“Hopefully I can help him do that this year and see where we can go.”One Spurs star who has definitely responded to Mourinho’s arrival is Dele Alli.LADBROKES 1-2-FREE Simply predict Saints vs Watford, Arsenal and Leicester vs Everton scores this coming weekend and win £100The midfielder had been axed from the previous two England squads due to his poor form.After Mourinho was appointed Tottenham manager he had a dig at Dele by asking if it was him who had been playing or his brother?But the star has responded to the jibe by following up his outstanding display in the 3-2 win at West Ham on Saturday with another fine performance — and a goal — in the comeback win against Olympiakos.Kane, 26, said: “Dele has done great in the last couple of games. Everyone talks about the old Dele but he has just got to keep doing what he’s doing.“He’s a fantastic player, a fantastic guy. It’s great to see him scoring goals, assisting goals and running at players.”Mourinho insists the Tottenham squad just needs tweaking and not a major overhaul — even though abject displays under Pochettino and a woeful first-half against Olympiakos suggest otherwise.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 Kane said: “We have got a quality squad, no doubt about that. We have got one of the best squads in Europe.“In football when things don’t go your way, it is easy to maybe drop your levels a little bit and you end up going on a downward spiral and you have got to pick it up.“In the last couple of games we have done that but we know we have a lot of hard work to continue that.”Jose Mourinho celebrates with Spurs ball boy after his quick thinking leads to Champions League equaliserlast_img read more