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first_imgMAN OF THE MATCH SEAMUS COLEMANIRELAND defender Seamus Coleman was very disappointed following his Ireland’s 1-0 friendly defeat to Greece at the Aviva.The Killybegs man insisted Ireland should have won the game, and expressed his frustration at having a strong penalty claim turned down when Konstantinos Stafylidis appeared to handle in the area.“I thought we played very well, I thought we deserved to win the game. We passed the ball very well at times and we’re just disappointed to get nothing from it,” said the Everton player. “I thought we definitely had a penalty claim in the first minute of the game. I thought it was a stonewall penalty but I thought we played all right. Just disappointed to get nothing from it.”Jose Holebas 29th minute goal condemned Giovanni Trapattoni’s side to defeat in what was their final fixture of 2012.Coleman said Ireland can be pleased with the past year, despite the results.“We qualified for a European Championship for the first time in 25 years,” he said, “we can move on from here and remain positive.” Captain John O’Shea praised Coleman’s performance and also felt Ireland deserved a victory.The Sunderland defender said: “It’s a step forward but we’re obviously disappointed. For the goal I should have done better, I let him come off just too easy but I think we should have been a couple of goals up by then.“We had the penalty shout early on and the way we started the game we probably deserved to be ahead but credit to Greece.“They haven’t been beaten in a few games and they’ve put in a determined, defensive performance.“In the second half we probably could have done things a little better quicker and better in the final third to create more clear cut chances but we had the confidence to knock it about and anytime we got Seamus on the ball down the flanks, we looked very dangerous.” MAN OF THE MATCH COLEMAN: ‘WE DESERVED TO BEAT GREECE’ was last modified: November 15th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:MAN OF THE MATCH COLEMAN: ‘WE DESERVED TO BEAT GREECE’last_img read more

Park Hyatt Goa

first_imgSpeaking on the occasion, Nikhil Desai – Managing Director GTDC said, “Goa Tourism is pleased to introduce heli-tourism joyrides at Park Hyatt Arossim and we are optimistic that high-end tourists visiting Goa will find this as a very exciting option to witness the beauty of Goa from the skies.”Shobhit Sawhney, General Manager – Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa explained the significance: “For those with exquisite taste luxury is not so easily defined…its a collection of uncommon indulgences particular to each one of us – and this is the philosophy of curating unique experiences at Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa. The heli-tourism will be an enthralling experience for our discerning guests and we are looking forward to many more new beginnings with GTDC.”Being launched on property on Valentines Day, the enthusiasm and excitement was simply contagious at the resort and amongst guests who enjoyed the joyride launch. With the blessings of Father Conceicao of the Orlim Church, the joyride was launched – for those who desire the rare and exquisite experiences. (MORE) PRNewswire JSMlast_img read more

Mets Arise, Pound Marlins, 9-1

first_imgNEW YORK — The New York Mets told Wilmer Flores the starting shortstop job is open next year, and the young infielder might just win the job with his bat.Flores homered twice and drove in six runs for the second time this year, Ruben Tejada capped a four-run fourth inning with a two-run double, and the Mets routed the Miami Marlins 9-1 on Sept. 16 night to end a three-game skid.“I think what he’s done offensively has helped him defensively,” Manager Terry Collins said of Flores, who has been knocked for his play in the field.Just hours after Commissioner Bud Selig said he was impressed with the manner in which the Mets were rebuilding, the 23-year-old Flores hit a three-run shot in the fifth and a two-run drive in the seventh — both off reliever Brad Penny.He also had an RBI double in the fourth as the Mets scored their most runs at home since they tallied 11 against the Phillies on July 30. After slowly developing the power stroke the organization thinks he is capable of providing, Flores is 8-for-15 with three homers and 10 RBIs in his last four games. He has six long balls overall.“Maybe it takes a little more time for some people,” Flores said about finding his swing against big leaguers. “I’m seeing the ball well right now.”Bartolo Colon (14-12) bounced back from his shortest outing of the year to pitch 7 2-3 innings for New York, allowing one run and a season-high 12 hits. The only extra-base hit was a double to Reed Johnson, who had three hits. He struck out seven without a walk.“I was able to execute at the right moment to get out of the big inning,” the always smiling Colon said through a translator.The Mets and Marlins each have 73 wins in the competition for third place in the NL East. New York has two more losses with 10 games to play. Miami, which outhit the Mets 13-12, has 12 games remaining.The Mets must go 8-2 to avoid their sixth straight losing season.Curtis Granderson had an RBI single among his three hits, and the Mets handed Nathan Eovaldi (6-12) his sixth straight losing decision over seven starts, dating to Aug. 13. Eovaldi yielded six runs and six hits over 4 1-3 innings.Flores connected off Penny two batters after Eovaldi was pulled in the fifth. Flores also had six RBIs on June 2 at Philadelphia.“He’s in a career record for innings, so maybe he could be running out of gas. I don’t know. The ball seems to still be coming out of his hands. He’s just making mistakes,” Marlins Manager Mike Redmond said of Eovaldi. “He’s making mistakes and they’re making him pay.”(HOWIE RUMBERG, AP Sports Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more