Ajax manager Frank de Boer may have turned down Tottenham and Liverpool in the past, but would be open to managing them one day. The former defender rejected an approach from the former after Andre Villas-Boas’ exit, while adding “Liverpool especially” were interested in him previously. De Boer insists he has no intention of leaving the Amsterdam ArenA any time soon, but when he does those Premier League clubs would be ideal destinations. “Those two clubs are clubs that I think in the future I could be a manager of,” he told the BBC World Football Show. “I think the history of the clubs and what you can do with the team is my cup of tea. “I’m not really thinking about it because I’m very happy here at Ajax. I’m not in a hurry to leave because everybody is still happy with me. “I step in my car with a big smile to go to the club. I don’t think I’m finished here but there will come a time when I don’t like it anymore or the club doesn’t like me anymore. Then we have to go both ways.” The former Holland international is into his fourth season in charge of the Amsterdammers and has won three Eredivisie titles to date. Ajax are on course to do so again this term, with such success a key reason why De Boer turned down overtures from Spurs and Liverpool. Press Association
Our Sports ReporterGUWAHATI, July 30: A back to back triple crown for Gargee Goswami. After collecting three-title in the recently concluded Nagen Hazarika Table Tennis Championship, the Guwahati based paddler again bagged triple-crown in the RG Baruah All Assam Ranking Table Tennis Competition which concluded at the Deshbhakta Tarun Ram Phukan Indoor Stadium here today. This time Gargee won three titles in women, Youth and junior girl’s singles.Shankab Gautam Barua from OIL won double crown in the competition. Two legendary figures in Indian Table Tennis-Kamalesh Mehta and Monalisa Barua Mehta today attended the closing function along with a few former top paddlers of the state.Iavna Talukdar of Guwahati and Saksham Jain from Guwahati adjudged most promising girl’s and boy’s player of the meet.Final results: Cadet Girl’s (singles): Bhumika Kaushik (Guwahati) bt Parnika Chakraborty (Guwahati) 3-0. Cadet Boys (Singles): Ayan Aziz (Dibrugarh) bt Divyaj Roy (Guwahati) 3-2. Sub Junior Girl’s (Singles): Harshita Das (Guwahati) bt Akansha Deka (Guwahati) 3-0.Sub Junior Boys (Singles): Ankit Saharia (Guwahati) bt Aryamaan Das (Guwahati) 3-2. Junior Girls (singles): Gargee Goswami (Guwahati) bt Shirley Baruah (Guwahati) 4-0. Junior Boys (singles): Agniv Bhaskar Gohain (OIL) bt Zubayr Arshad Baruah (Guwahati) 4-2.Youth Girls (singles): Gargee Goswami (Guwahati) bt Adrija Sarmah (OIL) 4-0. Youth Boys (Singles): Shankab Gautam Barua (OIL) bt Aleeko Sujalo Hazarika (Guwahti) 4-1.Women’s (single): Gargee Goswami (Guwahati) bt Adrija Sarmah (OIL) 4-2. – Shankab Gautam Barua (OIL) bt Anal Kashyap (OIL) 4-2.
(Orlando, FL) — A University of Central Florida fraternity has been placed on disciplinary suspension for the remainder of the semester as well as the upcoming spring semester for allegedly forcing a pledge to snort cocaine.According to a UCF incident report, Sigma Chi members blindfolded a pledge on Oct. 26 and forced him to use the drug to be initiated.The chapter attempted to appeal the suspension, but was unsuccessful.UCF officials released the following statement on the incident:“At UCF, our top priority is the safety and wellbeing of our students. Student organizations that endanger their members and violate the university’s code of conduct must be held accountable. Hazing in any form is unacceptable. We are thankful to the chapter members and others who had the courage to speak up so the university could investigate. UCF plans to bring chapter leaders together to discuss new ways to reinforce their commitment to Greek values. University leaders also are planning more frequent training to develop and strengthen up-and-coming chapter leaders who will step in when experienced chapter presidents and board members graduate. UCF offers resources to prevent hazing, including bystander intervention training; an anti-hazing webpage and online tutorials; and required workshops for freshmen, transfer students and leaders of Greek-letter fraternities and sororities. There are also multiple ways to report hazing:UCF, which is investigating, says hazing in any form is unacceptable, and it thanks those who came forward.The frat is already on suspension for a party at a resort in the Keys that led to police having to be called to help remove the students.
Check with your airline if you are flying out of FLL Monday morning.As of 7 a.m., there are no delays at Palm Beach or Miami International airports. The National Weather Service issued a “Urban and Small Stream Flood Advisory” for North Miami-Dade and South Broward County. Some locations experiencing flooding include… Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Hallandale, Aventura and Dania Beach.The flash flood caused the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport to close for a few hours and cancel flights.Airport officials say the airport is back open and flights are resuming Monday morning, however, there are 123 flight delays and six cancellations, as of 8 a.m. A total of 6 inches of rain flooded areas near the airport since midnight so expect traffic delays. Roads are slick from the overnight rain, so drivers should be aware and careful driving this morning.
Police are looking for possible suspects who broke into a suburban Palm Beach Gardens home on Oak Knoll Drive.Palm Beach County detectives say the robber(s) attacked an elderly couple and stole jewelry and cash. The incident took place on Monday afternoon.The elderly couple were sent to the hospital to be treated for minor injuries.Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 800-458-TIPS. You’ll remain anonymous and could receive a cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest.
A Florida Department of Corrections education supervisor is facing a rape charge.Corrections Department Secretary Mark Inch said in a statement on Friday that the charges against Rev. Antonio Carlisle “are deeply disturbing and abhorrent.”An inmate is accusing Carlisle of raping him in prison.According to the FDC’s Office of the Inspector General, sexual assault forensic exam including Carlisle’s DNA was part of the investigation.Inch adds that Carlisle, of the Greater True Vine Missionary Baptist Church in Lake City, has been dismissed from his job at the department.The inmate alleges that Carlisle was pretending to help him, but then overpowered and raped him on August 6 at the Florida State Prison in Bradford County.Investigators collected Carlisle’s DNA on January 29. Soon afterward, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement reported it was a match and issued a warrant for Carlisle’s arrest last Wednesday.He was arrested on Thursday in Duval County and is being held on a $1.5 million bond. Carlisle faces charges of sexual battery and sexual misconduct in Bradford County.