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Patrick hoping to make ‘killer’ moves in transfer window

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first_imgCoach of promoted Maverley-Hughenden Anthony Patrick is hoping to add some ‘killer’ players to the team for the new year. Patrick was hired to replace Lijyasu Simms three weeks ago. At that point, Maverley-Hughenden were flirting with relegation in tenth position on 13 points from 14 games. Three games later, they have improved to seventh position on 20 points from 17 games. Since Patrick, who saved Waterhouse from relegation last term, crossed the road to neighbouring Maverley, the team has won twice and drawn once. “We are looking to add some young players to the squad during the upcoming January transfer window,” Patrick told The Gleaner following his team’s 1-1 draw against Harbour View on Wednesday in the final round for this year. “We want to have some ‘killer’ players coming from the bench. The plan is to add young quality players in all areas. We have quality players, but it is important to have a strong bench,” he informed. Patrick said that on arrival at Maverley, he told the players that the plan was to end the second round with at least 17 more points. “I told the players that we want to aim for at least 17 points from eight games, and we have achieved seven in three games. So, with five more games remaining in the second round, we are on target,” Patrick, who is also coach of St Catherine High in the Manning Cup schoolboy competition, added. When quizzed as to the difference in the team, he responded: “It is about self-belief. The players believe in me and I believe in them. I will continue to instill confidence in the players. The work ethic of the team is stepping up. However, we don’t want to push ourselves too much at this point.” Maverley-Hughenden will next face second-place-Tivoli Gardens (32 points) on January 4. “We will have more time to prepare for the next game against Tivoli and be ready for them,” Patrick concluded. ON TARGETlast_img read more

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DNCE Rod Stewart Team For MTV VMAs Performance

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first_imgNews Two generations collide to modernize Rod the Mod’s disco classic “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy” Tim McPhateGRAMMYs Aug 24, 2017 – 9:10 am Who saw this collab coming? Rod Stewart and Joe Jonas’ DNCE collective will unite for a special performance of “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy” at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 27. DNCE, Rod Stewart Team For MTV VMAs Performance Their VMAs blowout will be preceded by the release of a newly recorded version of the track, which drops Aug. 25. “Um yes please! We get the pleasure of working with the iconic legend himself!” read DNCE’s IG post.Originally released in 1978, Stewart’s “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy” hit No. 1 on the Billboard 100 for four weeks. The rock-meets-disco barnburner earned two nominations at the 22nd GRAMMY Awards for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male and Best Disco Recording. Rolling Stone ranked the track No. 308 on their 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time list.DNCE — Jonas, Jack Lawless, JinJoo Lee, and Cole Whittle — are no strangers to interpreting classic songs. The quartet performed a sweet rendition of “Night Fever” at “Stayin’ Alive: A GRAMMY Salute To The Music Of The Bee Gees” earlier this year. Stewart, who just wrapped a summer tour with fellow GRAMMY winner Cyndi Lauper, will resume residency shows at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Aug. 26. DNCE are set to join Bruno Mars for tour dates in South America starting in November.Demi Lovato Added To VMAs Lineup NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO May 15, 2017 – 1:50 am Watch: DNCE perform the Bee Gees’ ‘Night Fever’ Email Twitter DNCE, Rod Stewart Are Ready To Get Sexy dnce-rod-stewart-team-mtv-vmas-performance Facebook last_img read more

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