He has passed – he’s gone home.
published on June 19, 2019
” 1 Former Southampton manager Nigel Adkins Southampton climbed to the top of the nPower Championship table as they beat Ipswich 5-2 at Portman Road. Two goals from Rickie Lambert and an effort from David Connolly saw the Saints streak into a 3-0 lead at half-time but goals from loanee Keith Andrews and Jay-Emmanuel Thomas saw the Tractor Boys get back into the match.
Nigel Adkins’ side were unperturbed though and Adam Lallana’s late double made their win emphatic. West Ham lifted themselves to third spot with a 4-0 win over Watford. James Tomkins, Joey O’Brien, Carlton Cole and Scott Parker all got on the scoresheet.
Leeds United claimed an important 4-1 victory over Hull City at Elland Road which chairman Ken Bates will hope can quell the unrest currently surrounding the club. While Steve McClaren will also be pleased as the Tricky Trees grabbed their first three points of the season with a 1-0 win over Doncaster, Chris Gunter’s goal the difference between the two sides.
Middlesbrough came from behind against Barnsley to snatch a 3-1 win at Oakwell and Dave Kitson struck against his old side Reading to earn Portsmouth a 1-0 win. In the final game of the night, Sean Scannell and Jermaine Easter struck in injury time for Crystal Palace to stun Coventy and give themselves a 2-1 win after Lukas Jutkiewicz had put the Sky Blues in front. ” ” 1 Emanuel Steward has dies aged 68 Boxing trainer Emanuel Steward has died aged 68.http://1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/
Steward had recently undergone surgery for a stomach illness and had been forced to relinquish his role as chief trainer for Wladimir Klitschko’s upcoming world heavyweight title fight against Mariusz Wach. Steward’s family had gathered at his hospital bedside and his sister Diane Steward-Jones confirmed his passing on Thursday night. “”He has passed – he’s gone home. He was in no pain,”” she told the Detroit Free Press. “”We sang to him, as well as did the doctors present.
He had loved ones with him. He gave it his all, but he’s been called away now.”” In his later years, Steward went on to help shape the careers of Naseem Hamed and Lennox Lewis, among others, before turning his attention to the younger of the Klitschko brothers, whom he had always admired. “