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Galaxy release Aleksandar Katai in wake of wife’s ‘racist and violent’ Instagram posts

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first_imgA post shared by Aleksandar Katai (@aleksandarkatai) on Jun 3, 2020 at 7:59pm PDTThe club also stated that team would hold a meeting with Katai to discuss that incident, eventually revealing Friday that the two sides have agreed to part ways.”The LA Galaxy have mutually agreed to part ways with midfielder Aleksandar Katai,” read the entirety of the club’s statement on Katai’s departure. View this post on Instagram In response to those demonstrations, Tea posted in her native Serbian with stories calling for the killing of protestors, who she referred to as “disgusting cattle,” according to the Associated Press.The Galaxy put out a statement soon after, condemning Tea’s comments while reiterating that the club “stands firmly against racism of any kind, including that which suggests violence or seeks to demean the efforts of those in pursuit of racial equality.”A statement from the LA Galaxy on Tea Katai. pic.twitter.com/tfGDMUomIo— LA Galaxy (@LAGalaxy) June 4, 2020Katai, meanwhile, condemned his wife’s posts in his own Instagram post on Wednesday.”These views are not ones that I share and are not tolerated in my family,” Katai said. The LA Galaxy confirmed on Friday that the club has parted ways with Aleksandar Katai in the aftermath of his wife’s “racist and violent” posts on Instagram.Katai’s wife, Tea, took to social media earlier this week to post a series of now-deleted Instagram stories in the wake of ongoing protests in the U.S. in response to the death of George Floyd. Protests have occurred in all 50 states, as well as a number of countries all over the world, with demonstrators calling for an end to racial inequality and police brutality. Katai joined the Galaxy in September after spending two seasons in MLS as a member of the Chicago Fire. During his time in Chicago, Katai scored 18 goals across 64 matches, with 12 of those goals coming in his first season in MLS. Katai had featured in both of the Galaxy’s MLS matches before the league was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, starting both games while featuring for a total of 117 minutes.Internationally, Katai has featured for Serbia nine times, with three of those appearances coming in 2019. He was the Serbian SuperLiga’s top scorer in 2015-16 as a member of Red Stare Belgrade, having scored 23 goals that campaign.In addition, Katai has featured for Alaves while also having a spell at Olympiacos, although he never appeared for the Greek club as he departed on a series of loan spells.last_img read more

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Temba Bavuma’s 3 year old tweet comes back to haunt him as Kohli and…

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first_imgAdvertisement kuNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs73swjWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ece9x( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) qwjk2zWould you ever consider trying this?😱5uCan your students do this? 🌚h05dRoller skating! Powered by Firework Three years ago, South African batsman Temba Bavuma was so awestruck watching Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane bat against a solid New Zealand team, that he couldn’t help but tweet about their ‘masterclass’ innings. But what he didn’t know, was that the duo and the tweet would come back to haunt him 3 years later during the ongoing Pune Test.Advertisement During the 3rd Test against the Kiwis, on October 2016, Kohli and Rahane put up a massive 365-run partnership for the 4th wicket which helped India declare at the score of 557 in the 1st innings. Kohli scored 211 and Rahane just fell short of a double hundred at 188. And Bavuma who enjoyed every moment of their innings, tweeted saying: ‘Kohli & Rahane, could watch these guys bat all day #masterclass #indvsnz’.Advertisement Unfortunately for him, that old tweet caught everyone’s eye three years later as the Indian skipper and his deputy, with a partnership of 178, piled on the runs on Day 2 of the ongoing second Test in Pune. Virat Kohli scored a sublime double hundred helping the hosts sail towards a commanding first-innings total on Friday. And Rahane, who was dismissed after scoring an important 59, went through the first session unscathed.India declared their innings on 601/5 and Kohli, playing his 50th test as the Indian skipper, remained unbeaten at 254. His magnificent innings was supported from the other end by Ravindra Jadeja (91) whose crucial cameo came handy after the hosts lost Rahane just after Lunch.South Africa meanwhile, have been unable to find an answer for India’s pace attack and lost 3 important wickets (including that of Bavuma’s) at the end of the days play.Poor old Bavuma, his wish has been finally granted. Literally!  Advertisementlast_img read more

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The Two River Times Wins Top Advertising Award

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first_imgThe Two River Times won the New Jersey Press Association’s top advertising award, the O’B, at the annual 2014 Newspaper Contest held Thursday at The Hamilton Manor in Hamilton, NJ.The ad was selected by the NJPA judges after considering the top winners across 62 categories. It was in the running for the O’B because it was selected for First Place, Best Newspaper Promotion or House Ad category.The winning advertisement is a full-page photo essay depicting life in Monmouth County, and was designed by Production Manager Chris Draper. Photographer Scott Longfield’s photos are of a father and son framed by the dazzling lights of a nighttime summer fair, lacrosse players skirmishing, a surfer and performers on stage. The copy read, “The website that is all about you. Your Community. Online daily. In print weekly. tworivertimes.com. Community matters.”A judge said, “Fantastic pictures – gives people a reason to log on!”Draper, who has worked at the weekly for 11 years, said, “Like everything at the TRT the award was a team effort. It’s an awesome looking trophy and I’m glad we’ll get to keep it in the office for a year.”The O’B is affectionately named for the NJPA’s Foundation Director John O’Brien, who long served as the association’s executive director. He was known to all as “O’B.”  The trophy, which is mounted on a huge pedestal in a wink to the Academy Awards, has been traveling to different member newspapers for over a decade. According to the NJPA’s Peggy Arbitell, newsroom staff have a little fun documenting how they dress the statue during the year, or photograph it on their vacations and at company picnics, to share on the NJPA.org’s website.The paper also won the following 2nd place awards, as chosen by the Hoosier State Press Association, who did the judging this year:Best Ad for Retail Business: VerandaBest Restaurant/Entertainment Ad- color: Angelica’sPackaging the News – Special Issue: TRTastings; Paint the Town PinkResponsible Journalism – Enterprise: Working by MoonlightReporting- Writing & Illustration – Special Subject Writing: Couple Serve God, Church Community Togetherand third place for Reporting- Writing & Illustration – Environmental- Health & Science Writing: Cool Spring Brings Tough Allergy Season— By Christina Johnsonlast_img read more

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SONGBIRD ‘HORSE OF MEET’ IN MEDIA POLL

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first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (April 10, 2016) – Undefeated champion two-year-old filly of 2015 Songbird, who rolled to her seventh consecutive victory in the Grade I Santa Anita Oaks on April 9, was unanimously named Horse of the Meet in Santa Anita’s annual Winter Meet Media Poll.The three-year-old daughter of Medaglia d’Oro trained by Jerry Hollendorfer for Rick Porter’s Fox Hill Farm earlier in the meet won the Grade II Las Virgenes Stakes and the Grade III Santa Ysabel Stakes.“We’re very grateful and we really appreciate it,” Hollendorfer said of the honor.Songbird also outpolled Santa Anita Derby winner Exaggerator to be named Outstanding Three-Year-Old Filly and outstanding Three-Year-Old overall.Phil D’Amato, in contention for training honors throughout the 63-day meet, finished with a flourish to overtake Doug O’Neill and capture the crown, his first ever, with 41 winners, seven more than O’Neill.A 40-year-old resident of South Pasadena, D’Amato also led all trainers in stakes wins at the meet with eight. His horses earned $2,133,810, also best for the meet.“It’s an honor, and I have to give a lot of the credit to my owners and my crew,” D’Amato said of his achievement. “Without the horses, I couldn’t do this. I have a great bunch of hard-working members of my staff, from my assistants down to my grooms.”With 74 victories, Peruvian riding star Rafael Bejarano captured yet another Southern California riding crown, his 30th overall, his 26th in the Golden State and his 13th at Santa Anita, outdistancing Flavien Prat, who overtook injured Santiago Gonzalez late in the meet to finish second with 51 wins. Bejarano also led in purse earnings with $3,527,071.Bejarano tied Gary Stevens for most stakes wins at the meet with eight.Honored in other categories were Santa Anita Handicap winner Melatonin (Older Horse), who registered a 16-1 upset in the historic race under Joe Talamo for trainer David Hofmans and owner Tarabilla Farms; Kobe’s Back (Sprinter), who took down the Palos Verdes Stakes and the San Carlos Stakes, each a Grade II event, for the C R K Stable, trainer Peter Eurton and jockey Gary Stevens; Tara’s Tango (Older Filly/Mare), who captured the Grade I Santa Margarita Stakes under Bejarano after taking the Grade II Santa Maria with Martin Garcia up for Stonestreet Stables, LLC and Hollendorfer.Also, Paulina’s Love (Grass Filly/Mare), winner of the Grade II Buena Vista Stakes for KM Racing Enterprise, Inc. and Head of Plains Partners, trainer Richard Baltas and Stevens; David C. Lopez, (Apprentice), who won 26 races despite missing more than a month with injuries; Santa Anita Derby (in which Exaggerator pummeled his rivals with a 6 ¼-length victory, Race of the Meet); and D’Amato winning his first training crown, Achievement of the Meet.The Hronis Brothers, Reddam Racing and Fox Hill Farms shared laurels as Owners of the Meet.Guns Loaded, who won a $40,000 claiming race on Dec. 27, stepped up to win at the $62,500 level two races later on Feb. 20, followed by the $75,000 Joe Hernandez Stakes on Feb. 28, capped his run by winning the Grade III San Simeon Stakes on April 2 to be named Claiming Horse of the Meet.Trained by O’Neill, the five-year-old D’wildcat gelding bred in Florida is owned by Westside Rentals.com, Neal Haymes, Leo Rodriguez and Steve Rothblum.2016 Santa Anita Winter Media Poll Horse of Meet: SongbirdSprinter: Kobe’s BackOlder Horse:  Melatonin                               Older Filly/Mare: Tara’s TangoClaimer: Guns LoadedGrass Horse: What a ViewGrass Filly/Mare: Paulina’s Love3-Year-Old: Songbird3-Year-Old Filly: SongbirdTrainer: Phil D’AmatoJockey: Rafael BejaranoApprentice: David C. LopezRace:  Santa Anita DerbyOwner: Fox Hill Farm, Hronis, Reddam RacingAchievement: D’Amato First Title D’Amato, Bejarano Earn Honors as Top Trainer and Jockeylast_img read more

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