Liverpool Liverpool robbed by referee with shocking Sadio Mane red card Melissa Reddy Liverpool FC Correspondent Last updated 2 years ago 21:23 9/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(29) Getty Liverpool Premier League Manchester City v Liverpool Manchester City Opinion Jon Moss’ decision to send the 25-year-old off before half-time has been widely debated, but killed Jurgen Klopp’s side off in the encounter COMMENT So then, the Premier League’s most exhilarating fixture produced its most “rubbish decision” of the campaign thus far – to borrow Gary Lineker’s words. Sadio Mane, the division’s Player of the Month for August and Liverpool’s luminary at the Etihad in Saturday’s early kick off, lasted only 37 minutes before being shown a red card.As Joel Matip’s long ball over the top fell between the Senegal international and Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson, both rushed towards it fancying they’d reach it first. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing The bounce initially looked to favour the pacy attacker, but as they collided, the 25-year-old’s foot was high and made contact with the shot-stopper’s jaw.As referee Jon Moss darted towards the scene, the voice of one journalist from the Manchester patch filled the press box with ‘he’s surely not going to send him off for that?.’He did. Mane protested that he was challenging for a ball that was there to be won, Roberto Firmino laughed as he struggled to understand the call, and Jurgen Klopp was first perplexed before flying into fury on the touchline. Ederson, meanwhile, had been hurt and was stretchered off to have further medical checks for any potential fractures.The Brazilian had been brave and proactive in trying to thwart danger and, thankfully, he had rejoined the bench before the final whistle to indicate there is no major damage.Just as he was looking to do what was in the best interests of his team, so too was Mane.“His eyes are on the ball,” Gary Neville explained on Sky Sports when detailing the situation. “The rewards are so big if he wins that challenge. The ball’s there for him to win.”It’s a 50-50 really and Ederson just gets there first. Sometimes a stadium can tell you if it’s a bad challenge and there wasn’t great reaction from anybody.“It wasn’t one of those where you think the goalkeeper is the favourite. He does well to get out, and Mane’s foot is high. “The reason Ederson is injured is because his back three have ridiculously tried to play the offside.”He didn’t need to give a red card. He could have given a yellow. I think he’s got it wrong.”Mane’s action was deemed serious foul play as his boot was high, at speed. But Ederson was reckless too, blazing forward with his head low.Contact became inevitable and they had both acted “with disregard to the danger to, or consequences for, an opponent,” which should lead to a caution.The challenge, though, was deemed “excessive force” but that doesn’t seem an accurate reading of the scenario as a whole.Neville’s colleague Jamie Carragher disagreed, however, saying: “It’s a red card. I didn’t actually think it was, I’ve needed a lot of replays. It’s that, the boot into the face. Initially I thought it was a coming together, his thigh into his chest and I thought ‘no’, it’s a 50-50 ball, he’s got there.“The argument used is ‘he had his eyes on the ball’. It doesn’t matter. He’s still endangering an opponent. You can have your eyes on the ball and elbow someone, go over the top of the ball and break someone’s leg.“Mane hasn’t tried to do him. It’s the quickness off the line that we’ve seen from this goalkeeper that’s got Mane sent off. If you don’t get there and you have your boot that high and you clash with the goalkeeper’s head… it took a few angles and I needed convincing but Moss has got that right.”Everything that happened afterwards, with City utterly dominant in a 5-0 win having being an Aguero goal to the good when the red was shown, feels inconsequential.Mane’s directness and trickery had been problematic for Pep Guardiola’s side, while Mohamed Salah had the measure of Nicolas Otamendi on the other flank.Liverpool should have never capitulated in the manner they did, but facing City’s cannonry for more than a half with 10 men is torture – especially for a side not geared to be primarily obstructive. “At 11 v 11, the game was equal,” Guardiola admitted. “I can’t think a player like Mane wanted to go hard on the face of the goalkeeper. He followed the ball. Mane didn’t see Ederson, he was looking at the ball, but the impact was huge. I don’t know if it was a red card or not.”Klopp added: “The decisive decision in the whole game was the red card. I don’t think it was a red card, it’s unlucky, an accident.”When City and Liverpool – the most aggressive attacking sides in England meet, the topic of discussion shouldn’t be a refereeing decision. As per Neville, “I’m sorry John Moss, you’ve ruined the game there.” Subscribe to Goal’s Liverpool Correspondent Neil Jones’ weekly email bringing you the best Liverpool FC writing from around the web
zoomIllustration. Source: Pxhere under CC0 Creative Commons license Norway-based bulk ship operator Belships has agreed to acquire a 55,866 dwt bulk carrier from Prospero Marine, a company controlled by Greek shipowner Elias Kulukundis. The bulker Sephora, built in 2007 by Japan’s Kawasaki Heavy Industries, was purchased at a price of USD 12 million, of which half would be paid in cash.Belships explained that the remaining consideration would be settled through a proposed issue of 7,405,114 new shares to the seller of the vessel. The agreed share price in the transaction is NOK 7.00 per share.The transaction is Belships’ third acquisition in less than a month. The group is scheduled to take delivery of the Supramax Sephora in July 2019. With the latest addition, Belships’ fleet would consist of 19 Supramax/Ultramax bulk carriers, including a newbuilding being delivered from Imabari Shipbuilding, Japan in the first half of 2020.The company said it expects the cash payment to be fully financed within the financing package, revealed in mid-March 2019. Belships secured the USD 140 million loan, that replaced the group’s senior debt of USD 105 million, with an aim to add more Ultramaxes and Supramaxes to its fleet.The loan is available in two tranches, an initial one of USD 110 million that replaced Belships’ loan, while the second tranche of USD 30 million was made available for fleet expansion.
Saturday night, Hollywood came together to support Sean Penn and his J/P Haitian Relief Organization at the 3rd Annual Help Haiti Home Gala, presented by Giorgio Armani at the Montage in LA.U2 Performs at the 3rd Annual Help Haiti Home GalaCredit/Copyright: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for J/P Haitian Relief OrganizationApproximately $6 million was raised. Sean Penn remains committed to Haiti — and Hollywood and its A-list moguls and stars are standing with him to shine a light and raise much needed funds.The Edge, Sean Penn, Bono, Winona Ryder and Asaf AvidanCredit/Copyright: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for J/P Haitian Relief OrganizationHosted by Anderson Cooper, the evening included a performance by U2.Talent in attendance included Charlize Theron, Bono, Gwyneth Paltrow, Michael Douglas, Julia Roberts, Emma Thompson, Goldie Hawn, Kevin Bacon, Kyra Sedgwick, Chris Hemsworth, Bette Midler, Usher, Winona Ryder, Pamela Anderson, Eric Dane, Idris Elba, Rebecca Gayheart, Diane Kruger, Piers Morgan, Samantha Ronson, Sarah Silverman, David Spade, Oliver Stone, Uma Thurman and many more.J/P Haitian Relief Organization is dedicated to saving lives and bringing sustainable programs to the Haitian people quickly and effectively. Following the tragic earthquake of 2010 J/P HRO began working immediately to make an impact in Haiti. J/P HRO works with both government and non-governmental agencies to deliver immediate results where the need is greatest. Efforts include but are not limited to providing emergency medical and primary care services, delivering badly needed medical equipment and medicine, distributing food and water purification systems, improving communication systems, and developing housing and education facilities. The goal of J/P Haitian Relief Organization is to help lift the nation of Haiti out of the rubble and give the Haitian people a better life.
APTN National News WINNIPEG—Stony Stanley Bushie was thrown to the ground by a man who then beat him with an object before dragging his limp body to the back corner of a construction site where it was found 21 hours later by a security guard doing his Saturday evening rounds, according to video surveillance footage.Bushie’s body was found at about 6:30 p.m. Saturday behind APTN’s headquarters which sits across Portage Ave. from the MTS Centre where the Winnipeg Jets play.Surveillance video captured Friday evening by cameras on APTN’s building show the man, who was wearing a dark, long-sleeve top and a backpack, returned to the body about two hours after the attack.APTN has decided not to broadcast or publish video of the murder which shows the man throwing Bushie to the ground before he beat him with an unidentified object. The man dragged Bushie’s limp body to the spot where it was eventually discovered in the construction site.APTN handed over the motion-camera surveillance video footage to the Winnipeg police.Bushie, 48, was killed across the street from where police found the body of Donald Collins, 65, at about 12:45 a.m. Saturday.Winnipeg police believe the deaths are connected and suspect it is the work of the same killer.Police also released still images from surveillance video of a man considered a person of interest in connection with the murders. The stills released by police do not come from APTN’s surveillance video.APTN’s surveillance video picked up Bushie and the man at about 9:06 p.m. Friday. The video shows the two men entering APTN’s rear parking lot. Bushie follows a couple metres behind the man as they walk behind a construction trailer for a moment. They are not there long before the man, still in the lead, reappears on video and walks around the other way to the rear of the trailer. Bushie, who is following slowly from behind, stops and won’t go any farther.At 9:07 p.m., the video shows the man trying to convince Bushie to follow him to the rear of the construction area where Bushie’s body was eventually discovered. The video shows the man gesturing and pointing to the area before walking there himself. The man then returns and continues to urge Bushie to follow him, but Bushie won’t go and takes a step back.Eventually, Bushie relents and he follows the man on a different path leading to a porta-potty set up to service the construction site. The man opens the door to the porta-potty and Bushie enters before quickly exiting. The unidentified man also enters and exits the facility. They never go in together. The man then steps around the porta-potty, but Bushie doesn’t follow.At 9:09 p.m. Bushie and the man head slowly back to the street. The man keeps halting and pointing back towards the area where Bushie’s body was eventually found.Bushie and the man then talk for roughly four minutes. They are standing between the street and the construction trailer.At 9:14 p.m. strong wind gusts blow heavy cardboard packing into the air. The steady stream of pedestrian and vehicle traffic that provided part of the background throughout the video has now ceased. The two men keep talking for about a minute longer before the man throws Bushie to the ground. The man uses a blunt object to beat Bushie several times.The man drags Bushie’s body to a back corner of the construction area. The man returns to the same spot about two hours later. The body was found next to a red plastic pylon, a wooden board and a pile of pipesWinnipeg homicide detectives are now searching for the man and have issued warnings to those living on the street that he may strike [email protected]@APTNNews