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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Lilia Hansen will be stepping down from the position as Executive Director for the Fort St. John Chamber of Commerce.Announced on Friday during Trev Talks, Hansen will be retiring from the Chamber of Commerce.Chamber of Commerce President, Nelson Stowe says Hansen has done a remarkable job during her time serving the Chamber.- Advertisement -“First and foremost, I’d say Lilia has done a remarkable job with the chamber… we’ve all been so fortunate to have Lilia work with us”.Among being a member of the Chamber for the past five years, Hansen is currently serving on the Fort St. John City council as a councillor, along with being a volunteer for various organizations within Fort St. John.“I’m going to be staying in the community, I’m still passionate about the Chamber of Commerce and hope to still be invited and be involved in that and with mentorship,” said Hansen.Advertisement Hansen will continue to serve as Chamber of Commerce Executive Director until December 31, 2018.To see the entire discussion on Trev Talks, you can watch it below:
Matthew Upson is hoping to return to the Leicester side for their visit to his former club West Ham after recovering from the ankle injury that has kept him out all season.Former Hammers and England defender Upson joined Leicester on a free transfer from Brighton in the summer, but has been kept out of action by a long-running ankle problem.But the 35-year old proved his fitness by playing two practice games over the past fortnight and could be back in time for Leicester’s trip to Upton Park on Saturday. Matthew Upson during his time with Brighton 1
Cristiano Ronaldo James Nesbitt said he is hoping to convince Cristiano Ronaldo to return to Manchester United when he hosts the Ballon d’Or ceremony next month.The Northern Irish actor is a long-time fan of the Red Devils and joked he would take a shirt with Ronaldo’s name and number to Zurich with him for the event on January 11.The Fifa ceremony, which crowns the best player in the world, will come at a time when the organisation is under intense scrutiny for alleged corruption.But Nesbitt said he hoped the occasion could be used to remind fans across the world about the “purity of the game”.He said: “I’m a football fan and I think what it should be, during difficult times for that organisation, is a reminder of the purity of football – why grown-up men get paid an awful lot of money to play football and why they still play with the same passion they played with when they were boys kicking it around in a park.“I was one of those boys kicking it around in a park, so hopefully I can bring some of that enthusiasm and simplicity of what we love about football to it, and maybe try and remind everyone involved about the purity of the game.“Whatever has happened inside football, I’m still a football fan – my three big loves outside of my family are Northern Ireland, Manchester United and Coleraine, and I still follow them with the same passion as when I was a child.”Best known for his roles in Cold Feet and The Hobbit, Nesbitt has tried to help financially support his local team, Coleraine, when they faced financial difficulties. Asked whether his support for Manchester United would have him rooting for a Ronaldo victory in the Ballon d’or, Nesbitt said: “I’m taking a shirt with Ronaldo’s name and number on it, and hopefully he’ll put it on and get on the plane back with me.” 1
Francesco Guidolin admits he had hoped to manage Watford – but is happy to have been given a chance to experience the Premier League with Swansea.The Italian was appointed as the Swans’ new head coach on Monday and watched his new team defeat the Hornets that evening. He will take charge of a match for the first time against Everton on Sunday.Guidolin left his last managerial post with Udinese in May 2014 and took up a position as technical supervisor of the three teams owned by the Pozzo family – Udinese, Granada and Watford.He told La Gazzetta dello Sport: “I think I did some great work at Udinese. I let them know I would have liked to work at Watford, even in the Championship, but other managers were hired.“Given their results, which include promotion and their good form in the Premier League, they made the right decision.”Guidolin said he had received offers to manage again in Italy but held out for a chance abroad.“I preferred to wait as I wanted to experience something outside of Italy, and in the end I was rewarded,” he said.“I knew it wouldn’t be easy as I’m not well-known internationally, but my agent Frank Trimboli did a great job in getting me this opportunity with Swansea.”Guidolin has been monitoring Swansea and is positive about the squad he has to work with despite their position just above the relegation zone.The 60-year-old has appointed former Chelsea midfielder Gabriele Ambrosetti as his assistant and will also work alongside Alan Curtis, who had been interim manager since Garry Monk’s departure last month.Guidolin said: “The initial signs are encouraging. I was impressed by how cordial everyone was.The first half against Watford was our best performance in some time. I have been following Swansea for the past month and I am convinced we have a great base to work from.“I will try to implement my work on things that make a big difference like focus, concentration and intensity while trying to get them to play good football.”Guidolin cited the stress of the job when he left his post at Udinese, and he added: “It is my strength, and my weakness. Stress can help you, but it can also hurt you.“When your job occupies your entire day, the results eventually come and that is the secret to my career. However, at the same time, the struggle drains you.” 1 Francesco Guidolin
1 Wayne Rooney, Ander Herrera and Juan Mata Juan Mata says he fully understands Manchester United fans’ frustrations – as the players are feeling exactly the same.Boos rung around on Old Trafford on Saturday after United slipped to a 1-0 defeat to Southampton.Many supporters are fed up of the defensive style of play under Louis van Gaal, with his side posting just one shot on target against the Saints.And Mata, who came on as a half-time substitute in the defeat, admits the whole United squad is hurting after they fell ten points behind the Premier League summit.In a message posted on his blog on Monday, the Spaniard wrote: “Once again I’m writing with a bad taste.“After several games without being defeated, we lost 0-1 to Southampton in Old Trafford. And it hurts, it really does.“It was the perfect time to get the three points and stretch the good streak in 2016, but we couldn’t make it.“It wasn’t a good game from any of the teams, a draw would have been a fair result (although not good enough for us), but a late goal from Austin after a free-kick took the points away from us.“It’s another tough moment, for you and for us, but we must get through this. I understand your frustration, because we feel the same way, but we have to carry on.”Mata has no doubt results must improve.United’s next match is an FA Cup tie at Derby on Friday, and the Spain international added in his message to the fans: “Football doesn’t stop and now it’s time for the FA Cup and we want to fight for this trophy for you.“We feel bad every time we get a bad result, but it hurts even more for you.“We must get better results for you.“I thank you for your support in the bad times, and I assure you that our only goal is to do things much better to move up the table in the Premier League and try to lift the FA Cup.“Thanks to all of you. I’m sure that better moments will come sooner or later, and we will enjoy them much more, aware of how tough it is to get there.”
Some of the STEM teachers get to know eachother.Pramerica Systems Ireland and Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) would appear to be at the very ‘stem’ of a great idea.The two organisations hosted a Seeing Is Believing event for 18 science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) teachers from around the county to create a deeper industry/education partnership and greater awareness of STEM careers and other opportunities that exist for students.Representatives from Pramerica gave an overview of the company’s business and insight into the need for STEM talent to fill positions in the growth areas of data and digital. The teachers engaged in an interactive speed networking event with recent STEM graduates who work at Pramerica. Seeing Is Believing is an a new STEM initiative of The Schools’ Business Partnership and Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) in support of the Smart Futures Strategy 2013 – 2016, a collaborative industry and education framework, raising awareness of STEM careers at post-primary level.*The goal of the initiative is to give STEM teachers and guidance counsellors a deep and engaging insight into leading STEM sector companies and the innovative and diverse range of opportunities and careers that exist within the region.Teachers see first-hand how STEM skills are being used in the workplace and how the syllabi of STEM subjects they teach at second level are relevant to the needs of employers. “Pramerica is delighted to support this new initiative and to welcome STEM teachers to the campus. We are proud to share the technological excellence and insight of our talented and diverse team at Pramerica,” said Gerard Grant, Vice President, Information Technology, at Pramerica.“This event is a good opportunity to promote technology careers by engaging with the people who directly influence students’ career choices. This partnership is vital to the development of our organisation and plays a key role in creating the spectrum of skills and expertise that will be needed in the future.”Elaine McFadden, Regional Coordinator-Donegal, The Schools’ Business Partnership, BITCI, added, “This has been a unique insight given by Pramerica and Letterkenny Institute of Technology to our STEM teachers in Donegal. It has further developed the potential of business to education engagement in order to support the work of teachers in preparing and inspiring students to explore the opportunities presented by STEM careers. We commend Pramerica and Letterkenny Institute on their vision and leadership within the region for STEM promotion and value their contribution to the building of Ireland’s knowledge economy.”John Andy Bonar, Head of Development, Letterkenny Institute of Technology, said LYIT is committed to the support and development of STEM related initiatives in the North West.“We see these initiatives having an integral role and impact in fostering leading edge, new and emerging technology companies such as those we have currently operating in CoLab and also in the North West Regional Science Park when it is operational in 2015. The benefit and potential of the STEM agenda to our regional economy is enormous and we acknowledge through Seeing Is Believing that the foundations of this are built in our schools and by our teachers.”The Schools’ Business Partnership is managed by Business in the Community Ireland, the network for responsible business in Ireland. The Schools’ Business Partnership is funded by the participating businesses and the School Completion Programme (The Department of Children and Youth Affairs). SEEING IS BELIEVING FOR DONEGAL’S STEM TEACHERS was last modified: October 14th, 2014 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:CoLabdonegalLYITpramericaSTEM
Ranger-led nature hike, 11 a.m. the second, third and fourth Sundays of each month at Vasquez Rocks Natural Area, 10700 W. Escondido Canyon Road, Agua Dulce. Call (661) 268-0840. Swazzle Puppet Show, 3:30-4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Newhall Library, 22704 9th St., Newhall. Call (661) 259-0750. Radio Disney Family Night will feature Radio Disney artists including Kristy Franks, The Truth Squad and Daniel Patrick Ellis, 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in Town Square at Westfield Valencia Town Center, 24201 Valencia Blvd., Valencia. Santa Clarita Pop Star competition, 6 p.m. Thursdays through Aug. 24 at Panera Bread, 24133 Baywood Lane, Valencia. Visit www.santaclaritapopstar.com. “Black Comedy” and “The Real Inspector Hound” will be presented, 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays, July 28 through Sept. 2 at the Repertory East Playhouse, 24266 San Fernando Road, Newhall. Tickets: $16 for adults and $14 for students and seniors. Call (661) 288-0000. Christmas in July will feature 20 tons of snow and free miniature golf and game tokens for those donating a toy to the SCV Sheriff’s Department Toy Drive, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday at Mountasia Family Fun Center, 21516 Golden Triangle Road, Santa Clarita. Call Deputy Gerri McCorkel at (661) 799-5164. Tesoro Adobe Historic Park is open to the public, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. every Saturday with guided tours of the Harry Carey/Farmer John Ranch House, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Call (661) 702-8953.160Want 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 MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2Cross Country Summer Series 3-mile run, 7 p.m. Thursdays through Aug. 17 at College of the Canyons, 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road, Valencia. Cost: $3 for adults and $2 for kids. Call Lindie Kane at (661) 362-3205. The Jeff Jensen Band will perform as part of the Jazz & Blues Concert Series, 7-9:30 p.m. Friday outside the Hyatt Valencia on the corner of Town Center Drive and McBean Parkway, Valencia. Call (661) 290-2911. “Grease” will be performed, 7 p.m. Friday, 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. July 30 at the Hart High School Auditorium, 24825 N. Newhall Ave., Newhall. Tickets: $10. Call (661) 299-5264. Rock This Town Dance, 7:30-10:30 p.m. Friday at the SCV Senior Center, 22900 Market St., Newhall. Call (661) 259-9444. “Meshuggah-Nuns” will be presented, 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays with some 2 p.m. Sunday matinees, July 28 through Aug. 27 at the Canyon Theatre Guild, 24242 San Fernando Road, Newhall. Tickets: $11-$17. Call (661) 799-2702.
Passion of the mea culpa: I don’t know if you heard about it, but last week Mel Gibson was arrested for driving drunk and hurling anti-Semitic taunts toward Malibu police. The actor/producer/director asked forgiveness for his actions, but still refuses to apologize for 1994’s “Maverick.”Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said that she will wait until a more lasting peace can be agreed to before she would head for Southern California in an attempt to work out a deal between Mel Gibson and the Jewish homeland of Malibu.Wasn’t this obvious? Los Angeles County supervisors voted unanimously for a $257 million plan to reduce overcrowding in L.A. jails, but some supervisors don’t think spending the money will get to the root of the overcrowding. “It’s not the large number of criminals that are the problem,” said First District Supervisor Gloria Molina. “It’s the arrests. As soon as we get Sheriff Baca to understand that, we can spend the $257 million on something really important. Like trying to figure how the City Council can ask the public to limit their before-council statements to 30 seconds while urging they get four extra years to serve.”Sweet & Low with the french fries, please: Over 75 percent of obese Americans say they have healthy eating habits, according to a telephone survey of more than 11,000 people. About 40 percent surveyed also said they do “vigorous” exercise at least three times a week. The study also found that almost the same percent of obese people felt that answering the phone qualified as “vigorous” exercise and chocolate is exceptionally nutritious. A rose is a rose: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has ordered the use of modified Persian words to replace foreign words that have crept into the language, such as “pizzas” which will now be known as “elastic loaves.” In addition, “nuclear weapons” will be known a “peace pillows,” “war” as “border therapy,” and “positively insane” is now the phrase for “Iranian president.”Middle East solution: Just supply Hezbollah with a homeland where they can kill in peace. Time machine oops: Admitting to a miscalculation, Dodger general manager Ned Colletti mistakenly traded for three-time Cy Young winner Greg Maddux. “My bad,” explained the red-faced Colletti. “Clearly, we meant to acquire the much younger Maddux in the prime of his career. It wasn’t until he showed up did I realize we had picked up the over-the-hill 9 and 11 pitcher from the Cubs.” Colletti assured fans that the signings of Don Newcombe and the late Don Drysdale should make them forget the Maddux faux pas.In the “how to ruin a president’s holiday” news: Cindy Sheehan bought land in Crawford, Texas near the president’s vacation ranch. Tsk-tsk: Seems like Fidel Castro’s recovery from abdominal surgery has had some severe repercussions. “We had the exploding Havana cigars all ready,” said one Beelzebub spokesperson. “And no baseball, ever. You know, like Pittsburgh.”Steve Young’s newest wacky novel for 9-12 year-olds, “15 Minutes” (HarperCollins) hits the bookshelves this week.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 MOREWhy these photogenic dumplings are popping up in Los AngelesGibson No. 2: For Gibson’s eyes only: Other than the battles over where to go to dinner, there seems to be a plethora of wars not started by Jews. Some examples include: War of the Roses, 1455-1485 (not to be confused with the film that actually involved a fictional family that might have been Jewish); the Crusades (as long as you don’t conclude that their existence alone caused them to be slaughtered in Germany, Hungary, France and England); the Late Night Wars (neither Leno nor Letterman is Jewish); and the Neapolitan War, 1815 (battle between the nations of Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry, where those who wanted the Chocolate came up empty).But how do I find one? The L.A. City Council approved a plan Tuesday to crack down on nearly 2,000 illegal cab operators in Los Angeles. No details yet, but the central idea for getting rid of all these taxies is to have people actually need one. Gibson No. 3 — Mein Schnaps: Perhaps we got it all wrong. Maybe Hitler just drank too much.Press renovations: The White House will be opening its brand-new pressroom just as soon as it gets the Helen Thomas Memorial Trap Door to work.High times: Tour de France winner Floyd Landis, who tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs, says his testosterone level is naturally high. Rolling Stoner Keith Richards admits that he has been trying to get off Landis for years.
FirstPrev1 of 5NextLast7 months ago1st June 2019MarcWell that’s it for another season but fear not, it’s only a few short weeks before it’ll get going all over again.Congratulations to Liverpool and their sixth Champions League crown. What an incredible European campaign we’ve had and the Reds are worthy winners.Commiserations go to Tottenham but they can be very proud of what they’ve achieved this term.Thanks very much for joining us here at talkSPORT tonight and throughout the season and we’ll see you all again very soon! 7 months ago1st June 2019MarcA moment we’ll never forget.#SixTimespic.twitter.com/7L5Xv1qstW— Liverpool FC (@LFC) June 1, 20197 months ago1st June 2019MarcLiverpool player ratingsAlisson Becker: Barely troubled in the first half. Came out positively to claim when he needed to, saved well from Heung-min Son and Lucas Moura, did even better with Christian Eriksen’s later free-kick and another from Son. 9Trent Alexander-Arnold: Looked exposed early on but winning a one-on-one with Son midway through the first half was the confidence-booster he needed. Got better as the game went on and his crossing from open play was a threat. 7Joel Matip: Steady and dependable from Liverpool’s ‘other’ centre-back. Nothing fussy. Did his job and did it well. 7Virgil Van Dijk: The big Dutchman is made for games like this. Cruised through until he had to step on the gas to catch Son as he burst into the area and casually dispossessed the Korean. 9Fabinho: Went unnoticed for most of the game but that should not diminish his contribution. Distribution and ball retention could have been better but did a decent-enough holding job. 7Jordan Henderson: Under-stated and under-rated performance from the captain. Drove them forward when legs were flagging in the second half. 7Georginio Wijnaldum: Lacked his usual composure and drive in midfield. Never got a handle on midfield and managed just 15 touches. Replaced by the more robust Milner. 5Mohamed Salah: Calmness personified for the early penalty. Not at his scintillating best but the goal was some reward to ease the heartbreak of last year. 6Roberto Firmino: Returned after missing the last three matches and it showed. Lacked his usual spark and was replaced just before the hour. 5Sadio Mane: Liverpool’s liveliest attacker. Won the penalty, was a constant threat down the left and never stopped running. 8SubstitutesDivock Origi (for Firmino, 58): Switched roles from a nine to a 10 but, as he has done on several occasions this season, popped up with a crucial goal. 7James Milner (for Wijnaldum. 62): Unlucky not to start as one of Jurgen Kopp’s trusted lieutenants. Flashed one left-footed shot just wide. Added some necessary experience. 7Joe Gomez (for Mane, 89): Late replacement for the tiring Mane to close out the game at 2-0. 67 months ago1st June 2019MarcThe Sports Bar is OPEN!@AdamCatterall @JasonCundy05☎️ Your #UCLFinal calls! 🏆 What next for Liverpool?⚪️ What went wrong for Spurs?🚂 Midnight train to madness📞 Call us → 08717 22 33 44📻 Listen → https://t.co/nOCybh8ExD pic.twitter.com/CzjkuVDtQ3— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) June 1, 20197 months ago1st June 2019MarcTottenham 0 Liverpool 2 – player reactionLiverpool right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold: “It is hard to put into words. “The season we have had, we deserved it more than any other team. We have done something special, we dominated the game.“We will not look back and think it was sluggish game, we will see we are European champions.“I am just a normal lad from Liverpool whose dream has just come true.” 7 months ago1st June 2019MarcWest Ham wasted no time taking a dig at Spurs https://t.co/hySwJPQ9uF— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) June 1, 20197 months ago1st June 2019MarcTottenham 0 Liverpool 2 – player reactionJordan Henderson speaking to BT Sport: “Without this manager this is impossible. You go through tough times in a season, but what he has done since coming in is unbelievable.“There’s such a togetherness, he has created a special dressing room – all the praise goes to the manager.“I’m so proud to be a part of this football club and to cap it with this is so special to me .“I just try to give my best every time I play football and to help my team no matter what. I’ve had tough times but I’ve kept going – just as this club has.“It’s the best moment of my life, this is what I dreamed of since I was a kid.“It’s not about me, it’s not about me being captain or lifting the trophy, it’s about this club, these players, this manager. Now we must keep going and kick on.” 7 months ago1st June 2019MarcA classy message from Spurs, they can hold their heads up high. 7 months ago1st June 2019Marc⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ #SixTimes pic.twitter.com/jVvGdhvZXZ— Liverpool FC (@LFC) June 1, 20197 months ago1st June 2019MarcThat winning feeling! Liverpool claim their sixth title in Europe’s elite competition. The journey was incredible, the memories will live with us forever. It wasn’t to be this time, but we’re only just getting started. Thank you for your incredible support, we hope you’re as proud as we are. We are Tottenham, we will be back. pic.twitter.com/sIytWMPJLy— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) June 1, 20197 months ago1st June 2019MarcSIX #UCL titles now for Liverpool:🏆 1977 – Rome🏆 1978 – London🏆 1981 – Paris🏆 1984 – Rome🏆 2005 – Istanbul🏆 2019 – Madrid pic.twitter.com/U6HNET55GW— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) June 1, 20197 months ago1st June 2019MarcTottenham 0 Liverpool 2 – player reactionReds goalscorer Origi told BT Sport: “We’ve done it.“It’s first about the team. I’m happy that I could play my part, but every single player fought hard today so it’s just special.“You can see the fans, it’s a special day for Liverpool.”7 months ago1st June 2019MarcJust a kid from Sunderland to Champions League-winning captain. This is what it means to Jordan Henderson. pic.twitter.com/xtkGv2KKSg— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) June 1, 20197 months ago1st June 2019MarcTottenham 0 Liverpool 2 – manager reactionReds boss Jurgen Klopp speaking to BT Sport: “I am so happy for the boys all these people, and my family. They suffer for me, they deserve it more than anybody.“Did you ever see a team like, this, fighting with no fuel in the tank? And we have a keeper who makes difficult things look easy.“It is the best night of our professional lives.“It took a while, it is important for our development and improvement, This little mark helps a lot, now we can carry on. The owners never put pressure on us.“Normally 20 minutes after the game I am half drunk, but now I have only had water!” 7 months ago1st June 2019MarcBut for Liverpool, what a contrast in emotions, just pure joy for them.The Reds have been superb this season and they deserve this trophy for their football over the past 12 months. Congratulations go to Jurgen Klopp and his men. 7 months ago1st June 2019MarcTottenham 0 Liverpool 2 – player reactionLiverpool striker Mo Salah speaking to BT Sport: “Everyone is happy now, I am glad to play the second final in a row and play 90 minutes finally.“Everyone did his best today, no great individual performances today, all the team was unbelievable.“I have sacrificed a lot for my career, to come from a village to go to Cairo, and to be an Egyptian at this level is unbelievable for me.” 7 months ago1st June 2019MarcA huge disappointment for Tottenham, they just didn’t turn up today but they can be so proud of their achievements in Europe this season.What will the summer bring for Spurs? Can they kick on next term? We shall see… 7 months ago1st June 2019MarcLiverpool beat Spurs to claim Champions League glory 🏆https://t.co/eNX3sxaTDK— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) June 1, 20197 months ago1st June 2019MarcNot a classic final by any means but that won’t matter one bit to Liverpool. 7 months ago1st June 2019MarcEx-Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, working for BeIN Sports tonight, has had his say on Liverpool’s win.He said: “I think the three midfield Liverpool players, if we are going to see the wave of their positioning, they played on a straight line in front of a back four. “You don’t remember Henderson, Wijnaldum, Fabinho, Milner being close to the three attacking players, to have one arrive in the box, nothing. They stayed in a block of seven, they were very pragmatic, very solid defensively.“I think also that if this match is not the Champions League final, if it is a Premier League match, or the final of the League Cup, we would all say the game was not good.“Because it is a Champions league final, it has this emotional side of it, but I think the quality of the game was not good, and Tottenham have to be frustrated, because they lost and they feel that they are better than this. “These big moments are when you have to be at your best level.” 7 months ago1st June 2019MarcLIVERPOOL WIN THE #UCL 🏆✅ #LFC’s 6th European Cup✅ Klopp’s first #LFC trophy✅ A huge win for the clubJoin us now for full match reaction.📻 Live coverage → https://t.co/nOCybh8ExD pic.twitter.com/jjza1rAyHl— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) June 1, 20197 months ago1st June 2019MarcLIVERPOOL WIN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE7 months ago1st June 2019MarcTottenham 0 Liverpool 2 – FULL TIME7 months ago1st June 2019MarcTottenham 0 Liverpool 2’You’ll never walk alone’ rings around the Wanda Metropolitano as Liverpool try to work it into the corner.7 months ago1st June 2019MarcTottenham 0 Liverpool 2Tottenham try to press and Kane fires at goal but Alisson can fall on it again.Liverpool are nearly there.FirstPrev1 of 5NextLast