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first_imgThe injured people were transferred toseveral hospitals in the area, the operator of the bus Cruz del Sur said,adding the company would investigate the causes of the accident.(Reuters) The accident also left 42 othersinjured, including two Brazilians and two Americans, Colonel Carlos López, aspokesman for the national police, told Reuters. LIMA – At least 16 people, including twoGermans, died in a crash in southern Peru on Monday after a bus collided withother vehicles and rolled over, local police said.center_img Men stand near the wreckages of a passenger bus and a vehicle that collided in Arequipa, Peru on Jan. 6. REUTERS/JAVIER SANTIAGO last_img

first_imgNew West Brom head coach and part-time novelist Pepe Mel is hoping to write his own happy ending at the club. “West Brom need to have an aggressive approach, to create more goalscoring opportunities,” said Mel. “The players have so far shown an awful lot of desire to adapt to my style. They have been very positive. “And I’ve not come here to impose any kind of a Spanish model, it’s more about looking to improve. “The most important thing is the players want to do it, that they show hunger to adapt to my style. “It’s still early, but against Everton I believe the fans will see something that will be noticeable.” Although only handed an initial 18-month contract by Albion, Mel is already thinking long term and beyond next season. “I’m someone who really does like challenges, and to achieve things you really need to work very hard,” added Mel. “I hope that in the future, many years from now when I leave here, that West Brom will also be in my heart, like Betis.” Even displaying a sense of humour, Mel quipped: “In a few years’ time – when we’re all here speaking in English – I hope you’ll be in agreement I’ve done a really good job.” Although at home, Mel’s opening task is far from an easy one as the Baggies face an Everton side who have lost just one of their last 14 league matches stretching back to early October. Mel has been highly impressed with the job done by Martinez, but has told his players they have no need to be in awe. Mel, whose Betis side lost 2-1 to Everton in a pre-season friendly, said: “I know Roberto well, he knows me well. We’re friends, and his technical team are also friends. “Roberto started at the bottom here in England, and it’s admirable he is now with a big team. “He is obviously having a very good campaign, but we are going to approach the game in a good frame of mind, and to be aggressive. “If I thought the players were worried by Everton then they may as well go home.” All eyes will be on Mel’s first teamsheet to see if Nicolas Anelka is in the 17 on duty. Shirt sponsor Zoopla, a property and house prices website co-owned by Jewish businessman Alex Chesterman, has reportedly threatened to end its involvement with the club if the Frenchman plays. It follows Anelka’s controversial ‘quenelle’ gesture – deemed by some to be anti-Semitic – made during the 3-3 draw at West Ham on December 28, which the Football Association is currently investigating. Mel faces his first match in charge of the Baggies on Monday night as he welcomes fellow Spaniard Roberto Martinez and his Champions League-chasing Everton side to the Hawthorns. In his first appointment outside of Spain after spells in charge of Tenerife, Alaves, Rayo Vallecano and Real Betis, Mel faces a steep learning curve to adapt to the Barclays Premier League. The hope is Mel will first ensure Albion retain their top-flight status this season before making his mark and pushing for European football next campaign. As a part-time thriller writer, with two published books entitled ‘Liar’ and ‘The Road to the Afterlife’, Mel’s initial 18 months at Albion’s helm promise to have just as many twists and turns as one of his novels. “Writing is something that helps me clear my mind,” said Mel. “I don’t play golf or anything like that. It’s something that helps me to be positive.” Asked as to whether his books have happy endings, Mel replied: “It depends on how you interpret them. “I’m sure the third book I write, which will be here in England, will do so.” Mel is certainly a confident, engaging character, which he hopes will rub off on his players, who appear to have taken to their new gaffer in the early stages according to comments from several so far. Mel would like to believe that from the off against Everton the fans will see a new-look Albion. Press Associationlast_img read more

first_imgFor the first time in the history of the program, the USC women’s soccer team was swept off McAlister Field last week. A 2-1 loss to Long Beach State on opening day was followed with a 3-1 defeat at the hands of San Diego.Leadership · After its first losing weekend at McAlister Field in program history, senior midfielder Ashli Sandoval will look to get the Women of Troy back on track against Kansas and Pacific this weekend. – Mac Carlile | Daily TrojanAs a result, USC coach Ali Khosroshahin has drastically simplified the team’s approach, as the Women of Troy (0-2) prepare to face Kansas (1-1) and Pacific (1-1) in this weekend’s San Diego tournament at Torero Stadium.“The simple ball is the best ball and the most effective ball,” sophomore midfielder Haley Boysen said. “That’s been the theme of the week.”Last weekend the Women of Troy considerably outplayed Long Beach State on Friday before conceding a goal in the 86th that broke the deadlock at 1-1. On Sunday, however, they were completely outplayed by San Diego, who coasted to a comfortable 3-1 victory over the Women of Troy.“That’s the nature of our game,” Khosroshahin said. “You can dominate a game and lose. We made a few critical mistakes and we got punished for them.”The most visible mistakes — those which led to opposing goals — were made on the defensive backline. The group is inexperienced to say the least, featuring just one returning starter in senior defender Claire Schloemer. The rest of the defense consists of junior Kristina Noriega, who is in her first season with the squad after transferring from UC Riverside. And senior Ashli Sandoval and sophomore Autumn Altamirano are making the transition from midfield to defense.“It’s a pretty big swing,” Altamirano said. “You have to switch from offense to defense so quick in games. It’s hard.”As a group, the backline is focusing on working together to avoid those most visible and costly errors.“We need better awareness defensively,” Khosroshahin said. “I thought we got caught in transition too much. We need better awareness and structure.”Khosroshahin also talked about less visible mistakes — those which occur up front and negate potential Trojan goal-scoring opportunities.“We’ve been working a lot on being patient up there,” Khosroshahin said. “Last weekend we tried to act too quickly. If there was no avenue we forced one. We need to hold on to the ball and wait for help to come, and then find a different approach to the goal.”The focus on patience and simplicity is exemplary of the “Spanish” style of play Khosroshahin is trying to instill.Notice the new “Trojan Fútbol” patch looks nearly identical to that of the legendary Spanish club FC Barcelona — infamous or rather famous for possessing and passing their opponents to death.“It’s all about possession,” Khosroshahin said. “That’s what the game is all about. That’s what we’re focusing on.”Boysen says, with this approach, the team can focus more on itself.“We can control what we do a lot more than we can control what they do,” Boysen said. “It’s good to focus on us and not have to worry about them.”As a result, Khosroshahin hasn’t given the Women of Troy any information about either Kansas or Pacific.“It’s been all about us [this week],” Altamirano said. “We haven’t heard anything about the other teams. We usually get little things like their style and their formation. But we’ve gotten nothing. Nothing about either team.”The Women of Troy will find out about those other teams — and themselves — when they take on the Jayhawks this Friday at 5 p.m. and Pacific on Sunday at 2 p.m. in San Diego.last_img read more

first_imgThe Fort St. John RCMP are looking for your help after two ATV’s and a flat deck trailer were stolen.On May 26th between 1:30pm and 2:30pm a small black flat deck trailer was stolen from the 9600 block of 102nd ave.The trailer is hand built and on it were two four wheel all terrain vehicles.  One was a red 2007 Honda EX400 and the other a blue Yamaha Raptor, 700cc.  The trailer was locked up at the time of the theft.- Advertisement -The RCMP is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect and location the vehicles.If you have any information about this incident, please contact the RCMP at 250-787-8140 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.crimestoppersfsj.calast_img

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