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LaLiga’s reaction to the tragedy in Indonesia: a minute of silence in today’s matches in the first and second divisions

LaLiga's reaction to the tragedy in Indonesia: a minute of silence in today's matches in the first and second divisions

LaLiga and the RFEF have agreed to honor those who died in the soccer match riots in Indonesia in every match of Round 7 of LaLiga Santander and Match 8 of LaLiga Smartbank

LaLiga and the RFEF announced in a statement that in the lead-up to matches on the 7th and 8th matches of LaLiga Santander and LaLiga Smartbank, respectively, a minute of silence will be observed in honor of those who died in the violent events that occurred. Last night at Kanjuruhan Stadium on the Indonesian island of Java, at least 174 people were killed after some fans stormed the pitch and formed a stampede at the end of the Arima 2-3 Persibaya Surabaya match.

Arima fans, angry at their team's defeat against those coached by Luis Milla, invaded the pitch as soon as the match was over. Players and judges tried to escape to the changing rooms when the terrible battle had already begun.

The Spanish coach's club itself called for peace and rejected violence, with a tweet calling for "humanity above all".

Facing an event practically unprecedented in the history of football, there were already numerous reactions from the entities and personalities of the football team denouncing what happened in the Asian country. In the statement issued by LaLiga and the RFEF, both organizations wanted to express their solidarity with the families of the victims, and seize the opportunity to wish a speedy recovery to those injured in the riots.

Clubs stand in solidarity

Many LaLiga Santander teams and players also showed their solidarity with the victims. Some teams expressed their condolences for what happened on social media, and Real Madrid observed a minute of silence at the beginning of its regular and extraordinary assembly.

In the moments leading up to the start of the General Assembly that Real Madrid is holding today, the Meiring Club and its members observed a minute of silence in respect of the victims. "More than a hundred people lost their lives. Our condolences to all their loved ones," said President Florentino Pérez.

More than a hundred people have lost their lives. Our condolences to all your loved ones

Florentino Perez, President of Real Madrid

Other clubs interact through networks
"FC Barcelona shares the pain of the tragedy that occurred at the Kanjuruhan Stadium in Indonesia and rejects any violent action inside and outside the stadiums." Kian culé wrote on his Twitter account.

We share in the pain of the tragedy that occurred in Kanjuruhan Stadium in Indonesia and reject any act of violence


Regarding Atletico Madrid, both the club and its player Marcos Llorente wanted to send all their support to the victims. "We regret the massive tragedy that has occurred in the Indonesian league," the club wrote, while Marcos Llorente sent "all the power of the world to the relatives and the injured."

All power in the world to the families and friends of the victims of the Indonesian tragedy

The Royal Society also issued short condolences to the victims via its official Twitter account: "#RealSociedad joins the pain of the tragedy that occurred at Kanjuruhan Stadium in Indonesia. Our deepest condolences and many strengths of strength to the family and friends of the victims."

Sevilla used its English-language Twitter account to declare that "no one should go to a football field and not return to their homeland".

Nobody should go to the football field and not come home.

Another club that added to the condolences was CA Osasuna. The Rojos showed their solidarity with the victims through their social networks:

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23-year-old Ethiopian runner becomes youngest female elite winner at the 2022 London Marathon


A few greater of latest excellent fancy costume costumes from these days now.

Hats off to the lady who ran as a marathon bar (now a Snickers).

Former Iran detainee runs London Marathon in prisoner's uniform
A former detainee in Iran has performed the London Marathon whilst carrying his jail uniform.

Anoosheh Ashoori used to be specified in Iran in 2017 and used to be launched alongside Nazanin Zahawi-Ratcliffe until now this year.

He used to run round his mobile for hours every day in the hope he would one day be free once more and be in a position to run the London Marathon.

Former Iran detainee Anoosheh Ashoori ran the #LondonMarathon in his prisoner’s uniform. He informed me he would run for hours every day in his constrained telephone hoping one day he would run the marathon. He committed it to the ladies of Iran,

Runner holds 'unarmed' signal in protest at police brutality towards black community
One runner at the marathon nowadays has been pictured keeping a signal analyzing 'unarmed' - a reference to police brutality in opposition to the black and ethnic minority communities in the UK and round the world.

It follows the deadly taking pictures of Chris Kaba, who used to be unarmed, with the aid of an officer in the Metropolitan Police pressure closing month.

Iconic costume that received caught in 2019 spotted
The iconic Big Ben costume which acquired caught making an attempt to pass the end line at 2019's London Marathon due to its top has been noticed on the streets of London as soon as again.

This time it is being run in by means of GP Simon Phillips, 44, who says he has been working towards bending in it in coaching for that complex finish.

Celebs pictured after crossing the end line
More celebrities have been pictured with their medals after finishing the London Marathon this afternoon.

Among these to have completed the direction are McFly drummer Harry Judd and Broadway sensation Cynthia Erivo.

The most awkward costume to run in goes to...
The most cumbersome costume of the day has to go to this hero, who for some motive is walking with an ironing board and garments line, whole with washing, connected to his back.,57008759.html

Although no longer as warm as many of the different costumes viewed today, and runner can verify that some thing which offsets the centre of stability as badly as this will do is a nightmare to race in.

At least the washing must be first-rate and dry with the aid of the quit of the race.

For most, the give up of the London Marathon is in sight
More and extra humans have now carried out contemporary marathon, as for many of these left on the course, the quit is eventually inside touching distance.

None of their efforts need to be underestimated, and collectively they will have raised thousands and thousands of kilos for charities throughout the world.

The get together and jubilation is clear to see in many of the runners' faces as they ran down The Mall today.

Runners proceed to whole feats of endurance
Runners are persevering with to run round the latter ranges of the marathon route this afternoon and whole the remarkable feat of patience and health required to run a full marathon.

Some are strolling for pretty non-public motives whilst others are nevertheless trying to beat world records.

No count number the cause, they all deserve a appropriate hug and social gathering at the give up of their efforts.

Chris Evans celebrates finishing London marathon
Radio presenter Chris Evans has been pictured ending the London Marathon this afternoon.

The radio host, who used to work for the BBC, used to be pictured with his medal after crossing the ending line.

Mark Wright completes London Marathon in 3:41:47
TV character Mark Wright has lately carried out his London marathon in a time of 3:41:47.

His wife, Michelle Keegan, joined him at the end line to congratulate him, alongside his mom Carol Wright.

Mark was once strolling for Flora as section of their Get Towns Active campaign, which is all about encouraging human beings throughout the UK and Ireland to take the herbal subsequent steps to stay a wholesome and greater energetic lifestyle.

Jill Scott and Anthony Joshua inspire runners as they close to the end line
Sports legends Jill Scott from the Lionesses and boxer Anthony Joshua had been on hand to aid contributors as they surpassed out sports activities drinks to them at mile 23.

Jill Scott, who retired after prevailing the 2020 Euros with the English crew before this year, said: 'I finished the mini-marathon when I was once 14, and I suppose being right here these days has all however signed myself up for it… I higher get coaching as I have not achieved something for two months considering retiring!'

Anthony Joshua said: 'It's been exceptional to be a fan for the day. Supporting the runners has given them that closing bit of motivation to get over the ending line – even

although they're feeling it.

'I admire these marathon runners. Seeing them at the closing hurdle here, I'm now not positive I ought to do it.

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Erik Ten Hag Only Receives Victory in Manchester City vs Manchester United

ERIK Ten Hag only received victory in the Manchester City vs Manchester United match. The eighth week of the 2022-2023 Premier League match will be held at the Etihad Stadium, Sunday 2 October 2022 at 20.00 WIB.

This will be Erik Ten Hag's first Manchester Derby. Even though he had just made his debut, the Dutch tactician only received a win, not a draw or even a defeat.

Manchester United are in a good trend having won their last four matches in the 2022-2023 Premier League, including beating Liverpool and Arsenal. Erik Ten Hag also wants his foster children to confirm this triumph when facing one of the champion candidates this season.

“The goal for Sunday was nothing but (a win). We have to do our best and we have to get out of our way of playing, our rules, our principles," said Erik Ten Hag.

To get a win, Ten Hag has also prepared several strategies to stop the movement of Man City. He also hopes his team can show their best ability.

"We have to do our best and of course we will make a good game plan and then about execution, and we have to do it."

"We know that if we want to get a result, and we want to get a result, we have to do it 100 per cent well."

Man United failed to show a good start by swallowing two consecutive defeats. Even so, in the four matches that followed, Man United is now starting to rise and can be a threat to Man City who are currently in the top standings for a while.


Man United legend Solskjaer noticed the tall striker couldn’t head the ball well

Erling Haaland tells all on how he was taught how to head the ball powerfully by Man United legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer when at Molde having struggled aerially
Erling Haaland worked under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Norwegian club Molde
Man United legend Solskjaer noticed the tall striker couldn't head the ball well
Haaland has revealed they worked on heading constantly on the training ground
Now, the Man City striker has a potent header and scores regularly that way
He will be hoping to down Solskjaer's old club Man City in Sunday's derby

Erling Haaland has revealed Manchester United legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer taught him how to head the ball properly as he prepares for his first derby with Manchester City.

The Norwegian has started life in the Premier League in incredible fashion with 11 goals in just seven outings and Haaland will be desperate to add to that total at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Much has been made of the 6ft 5in Haaland's aerial battle with United's 5ft 9in centre-back Lisandro Martinez.

And Haaland, 22, has spoken about the pivotal role ex-United striker and manager Solskjaer played in developing this particularly powerful facet of his game

'I wasn't scared of it, but when you're really new to something, you're wondering how to do it.

'Then when I joined Molde with Ole, he was like "you cannot head, we have to start doing this."

'So almost every single day, I got crosses from him and [assistant coach] Mark Dempsey and I was heading them in.

'Mark was throwing the ball quite easily, I was standing at five metres [out] and he was in the goal. I tired to head it straight and we did it so much.

'There's nothing better than when you practise something and you see the results, thinking 'this is getting easier' or finally scoring a goal with your head. Then that's also a motivation to become better.'

Haaland has scored headed goals in City's victories over Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest during the early weeks of the season.

City remain unbeaten in seven league fixtures so far this season and are second in the table behind Arsenal, who beat Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 on Saturday.

They come up against a United team slowly gaining form under their new manager Erik ten Hag and who have won four consecutive league matches.

Speaking in his pre-match press conference, Ten Hag said: “We want to play our game and that is clear. With our principles and rules.

"We always respect the opponent; it doesn't matter the opponent. We will try to play our game.”

Speaking about his opponent and former co-worker Pep Guardiola, Ten Hag was complimentary.

“Of course, we both think that we know everything about each other, but when we were together it was already eight years ago and as a manager one of things you have to always do is develop.

"I hope he did as I know I did as well.”


The line-ups have been confirmed.

It’s rare that in a 6-3 loss, a player can leave with his head held high. But an exception to that came today, with Anthony Martial scoring two having come on in the 59th minute with United 4-1 down.

United would concede a further two, but the Frenchman would pull two back for his side. First, following through Fred’s shot which was parried by Ederson, then putting away a penalty that he won.

A lot has been made of the fact that Martial is Ten Hag’s preferred centre-forward in this side, and now that he is back to fitness United must do whatever it takes to keep him fit.

Two goals and an assist in less than 90 minutes this season is an impressive record for United’s number nine, and many more will be expected to come should he keep fit.

#2: Ten Hag’s work isn’t finished, nowhere near

With United’s run of results prior to this game, one could be forgiven that things were on the up at Manchester United.

But the road back to the top is more of a mountain, an upwards climb with some really rocky periods. Today was a blip, these results are part of the process and fans need to understand this and temper expectations.

#3: United lost their nerve too early, lost them the game

The yellow card on Diogo Dalot in the opening moments of the game felt like a crucial moment for United. Whether or not it should have been given can be debated, but United seemed to completely lose their edge as a result of it.

This edge never truly recovered, and ultimately City were able to tear United apart down the wings as a result of it. United will need far greater mental resilience going forwards.

#4: Too much space in midfield, Casemiro needs to come into the team

Another reason United lost the game was for a similar reason they’ve lost games in recent years: there was a chasm of space in midfield.

Haaland’s second goal was the perfect example of this, the centre of the pitch was completely open for Kevin de Bruyne.

With one of the greatest defensive midfielders of all time sitting on the bench, United were torn apart in situations he is renowned for stopping, and has stopped against Guardiola’s side in the past.

One notable absence from United’s starting lineups in recent weeks has been another Brazilian midfielder in Fred.

Despite arguably being United’s most impressive player last season, Fred has found himself on the bench in recent weeks with Mctominay being chosen to partner Eriksen instead, and doing it well.

Today, United’s midfield was non-existent before changes were made. Once changes were made, however, things picked up a little.

In 20 minutes Fred brought his usual intensity, completed all of his passes (including two key passes) and forced the Ederson parry for Martial’s first goal.

A change is needed, and in United’s next league game one option could be to utilise a midfield pairing that have plenty of experience together at international level in Fred and Casemiro.

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Westlife Concert in Surabaya Today

Ticket redemption time and method
Ticket exchange is open from D-1. But if you haven't exchanged tickets on Saturday (24/9/2022), residents can exchange tickets today at 11.00-19.30 WIB in the venue area, East Java Expo.

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The method is also easy. Viewers do the following ways:

First, the audience must show the e-ticket that has been received via email to the committee to scan the QR Code.

When the QR Code is successfully verified, the audience will get a wristband. Later it can be used to enter the Westlife concert venue.

Can't wait to entertain the Indonesian audience again
Westlife concert in Indonesia itself is not the first time. Saturday (24/9/2022) night Westlife concert at Sentul International Convention Center (SICC), Babakan Madang District, Bogor Regency. A total of 1,000 joint personnel will be deployed to secure the concert.

"We have a special relationship with our fans in Indonesia and we can't wait to be back performing in Indonesia so we can stay there longer while enjoying the charm of the beauty of Indonesia in the new cities we will visit," said Westlife as quoted by detikHot, Sunday. (25/9/2022).

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Indonesia: At least 125 dead in football stadium crush

At least 125 people have died in a crush at an Indonesian football match that has become one of the world's worst stadium disasters.

Hundreds were also hurt in aftermath of home team Arema FC's loss to bitter rivals at the overcrowded stadium late on Saturday in Malang, East Java.

The crush took place after police tear-gassed fans who invaded the pitch.

As panic spread, thousands surged towards Kanjuruhan stadium's exits, where many suffocated.

Fifa, the world's governing football body, states that no "crowd control gas" should be carried or used by stewards or police at matches.

The organisation's president Gianni Infantino said it was "a dark day for all involved in football and a tragedy beyond comprehension".

One eyewitness told the BBC that police had fired numerous tear gas rounds "continuously and fast" after the situation with fans became "tense".

Next to one exit gate a hole smashed through the wall testifies to the desperation to escape the crush that developed.

There are candles next to the gate, put there by supporters to remember the victims.

The doors themselves are slanted outwards, a sign of the sheer level of force from the inside.

'It had gotten anarchic' - Police
Indonesian officials at one stage put the death toll in the disaster as high at 174 people, but this was later revised downwards.

President Joko Widodo has ordered that all matches in Indonesia's top league must be stopped until an investigation has been carried out.

Videos from the stadium show fans running on to the pitch after the final whistle marked the home team's 2-3 defeat, and police firing tear gas in response.

"It had gotten anarchic. They started attacking officers, they damaged cars," said Nico Afinta, police chief in East Java, adding that two police officers were among the dead.

"We would like to convey that... not all of them were anarchic. Only about 3,000 who entered the pitch," he said.

The world's worst stadium disaster
Fleeing fans "went out to one point at the exit. Then there was a build-up, in the process of accumulation there was shortness of breath, lack of oxygen", the officer added.

Videos on social media show fans clambering over fences to escape. Separate videos appear to show lifeless bodies on the floor.

The Indonesian football association (PSSI) said it had launched an investigation, adding that the incident had "tarnished the face of Indonesian football".

Violence at football matches is not new in Indonesia, and Arema FC and Persebaya Surabaya are long-time rivals.

However Persebaya Surabaya fans were banned from buying tickets for the game because of fears of clashes.

Chief Security Minister Mahfud MD posted on Instagram that 42,000 tickets had been sold for the match at Kanjuruhan stadium, which has a stated capacity of 38,000.

President Widodo called for this to be the "last soccer tragedy in the nation" after ordering that all Liga 1 games should be paused pending an investigation.

'It was bang, bang, bang' - Eyewitness
Muhamad Dipo Maulana, 21, who was at the match, told BBC Indonesian that after the game had ended a few Arema fans went on the pitch to remonstrate with the home team players but were immediately intercepted by police and "beaten".

More spectators then took to the pitch in protest, the supporter said, adding that the situation became "tense".

"Police with dogs, shields, and soldiers came forward," Mr Dipo told the BBC.

He said he had heard more than 20 tear gas shots towards spectators at the stadium.

"There was a lot, like bang, bang, bang! The sound was continuous and fast. The sound was really loud and directed to all the stands," he added.

Mr Dipo said he saw people in disarray, panicking and suffocating while trying to get out of the stadium. There were many children and old people who were affected by the tear gas, the eyewitness added.

One of worst football disasters
The stampede is one of the worst of a tragically long line of stadium disasters.

In 1964, a total of 320 people were killed and more than 1,000 injured during a stampede at a Peru-Argentina Olympic qualifier in Lima.

In 1985, 39 people died and 600 were hurt at the Heysel stadium in Brussels, Belgium, when fans were crushed against a wall that then collapsed during the European Cup final between Liverpool (England) and Juventus (Italy).

In the UK, a crush developed at the Hillsborough stadium in Sheffield in 1989, resulting in the deaths of 97 Liverpool fans attending the club's FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest.

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Georgia football: The latest injury updates as the Bulldogs prepare

After a closer-than-expected win over a MAC opponent, the Georgia Bulldogs return to SEC play today and will hit the road to do so.

No. 1 Georgia (4-0, 1-0 SEC) is set for a 7:30 p.m. ET showdown with Missouri (2-2, 0-1 SEC) in Faurot Field in Memorial Stadium. The Bulldogs are coming off a 39-22 victory over Kent State; Missouri, meanwhile, is fresh off a tough 17-14 overtime loss on the road against Auburn.

Georgia head coach Kirby Smart had plenty of positive things to say about Missouri in the lead-up to the Saturday matchup.

“A team I have a lot of respect for,” Smart said Monday when discussing Missouri. “Any time you go on the road in the SEC, we talk about it all the time, it's tough to win on the road in the SEC and I have a lot of respect for Eliah [Drinkwitz], the job he's done, what he does offensively and defensively. They do a good job. I've always thought a lot about the job he does offensively and the issues they create defensively, as well. This year, they have big personnel upfront. They play physical.

“They just played a really tough game against Auburn. A tough way to lose a game. But we're looking forward to getting ready for these guys and going on the road in the SEC.”

Georgia is looking for success against Missouri much like it has found since the Tigers joined the SEC. The Bulldogs have won nine of the last 10 meetings against the Tigers, including a 43-6 victory in Sanford Stadium last November.

The Bulldogs enter Saturday’s action with multiple players dealing with a wide array of injuries. Here’s the latest on each of those players as the Bulldogs prepare to take on the Tigers.

Note: Please be sure to revisit this story pre-game, as we will update as various Bulldogs warm-up for the game.

Freshman running back Andrew Paul impressed during his first fall camp as a Bulldog, but he wound up tearing his ACL during the team’s second scrimmage of the fall. Paul was scheduled to have surgery earlier this week as he turns his attention to his rehab.

Georgia run-game coordinator Dell McGee spoke about Paul in August and convincing him to come to Georgia.

“He’s a great kid from a great family. Very quiet, hard worker, so he fits all the character of things we’re looking for in our football players. We also needed another running back. We always like to keep five in our roster. Our lineup number is six, but we’ve been kind of shorting that number because of the talent that we’ve had in the room,” McGee said. “He has family from Georgia, so there was a connection there. The running back tradition here speaks for itself. That tradition was developed way before I got here.

“Just getting in there late in the month of December and January allowed me an opportunity of getting to know him and his family and him getting to know me — and just what he wanted in goals and aspirations — it just fit coming to Georgia.”

The Bulldogs had a real scare last Saturday when it appeared running back Kenny McIntosh had taken a shot to his knee in the fourth quarter of Georgia’s victory over Kent State. Luckily, the injury was not as serious as it looked as McIntosh was helped on the sideline.

McIntosh was among his teammates during pregame warm-ups and appears all set to play tonight. How much he plays will be the question.

McIntosh spoke to media members on Monday and described the injury as a quad contusion. McIntosh's availability is crucial for Georgia given he stands third among the team's non-quarterbacks in total yardage this season (97 yards).

"I'm going to be fine. You know, a lot of ice baths ahead of me, that's all. I'll be straight," McIntosh said. "It's been nagging me a little bit, but [the defender] just kind of took a shot on it. That's all it was. Just a little bruise. I'll be straight."

McIntosh has been a weapon as a ball carrier and as a receiver through four games this season. In total, he's taken 25 carries for 97 yards and 2 touchdowns and also caught 21 passes for 227 yards. McIntosh was the team's leading receiver through two weeks this fall.

Smart explained on Monday that McIntosh is expected to be available on Saturday.

"[Kenny] had the same thigh bruise that he had already had. He got kind of hit on that same spot. But he feels like he'll be fine," Smart said. "He was fine after the game. He was fine [Sunday]. We may limit him some today, but we feel good about Kenny being able to go."

Georgia wide receiver Ladd McConkey had a noticeably off game against Kent State last week, and after the game Smart explained McConkey’s reps have been limited a bit as the sophomore deals with a toe injury. Based on what Smart had to say Wednesday, McConkey hasn’t been quite as limited in the preparation for Missouri.

Smart explained McConkey had been limited at practice as a means to limit his volume and added that the sophomore wide receiver has been “much better” this week.

“We shut him down last week for two days, and then he practiced two days. It hasn't bothered him much, so he was able to do everything Monday and Tuesday,” Smart said. “The week before he did everything later in the week but not earlier in the week. So, he's been pretty good this week getting lots of treatment on it and just trying to communicate with us in terms of GPS yardage and volume to make sure that he stays under certain numbers.”

Arian Smith was on the field among the other wide receivers during preliminary warm-ups for Missouri and was part of the regular warm-ups as well.

Smith was dressed out and went through warm-ups prior to last week’s game against Kent State, although he never saw the field. Smart offered an update on Smith’s status Tuesday, saying he had practiced more than fellow wide receiver AD Mitchell (ankle) this week before noting the team is “still hopeful on both” being able to play.

Smart gave a more detailed update on Smith during the lead-up to the Kent State game, although the Bulldogs head coach made it clear at that time that there was not a timeline for his return.

“Yeah, Arian is coming back. He's been able to do some weight-bearing running. He's been hitting some good speeds. Hopefully he'll be able to get back — we don't know when he's going to be back,” Smart said. “It's doubtful he's back this week. But he is back running and he's not 100 percent. But excited for what he's been able to do. He's not cutting and breaking. He's on the AlteredG [treadmill]. He's getting better and you can see it in his eyes. He's getting healthier. We just got no idea when he's going to be back.”

Smart told reporters following the Bulldogs' second scrimmage in August that Smith had a high-ankle sprain. Smart did not offer a timetable for Smith's return, though he made sure to note Smith's ankle was not broken.

"The poor kid can't catch a break, man. He's had an injury like right when he first got here jumping in a long jump pit. Then he had another injury his sophomore year. He's worked so hard to get back. You know, he gave up track this year, and he's an elite track runner — elite — and he gave that up so that he could have a successful season," Smart said in August. "We're hoping to get him back, and he's overcome so much and he's such a great kid."

After playing in four games as a true freshman in 2020, Smith had a catch in the first two games last fall — including a 61-yard touchdown against UAB — before injuries forced him out of the five games. He played but did not record a catch against Florida before coming down with a 35-yard touchdown pass the next week against Missouri.

Unfortunately for Smith, he broke his leg in practice the following week, effectively ending his season and putting him on the comeback trail.

Wide receiver AD Mitchell went through preliminary warm-ups for Saturday's game against Missouri as well as the regular warm-ups. We will see how much he plays tonight.

Mitchell warmed up during last week’s game against Kent State, but he was not dressed out. Ultimately, the sophomore did not warm up with the rest of the wide receivers as the opening kickoff drew closer.

Mitchell has missed the past two games for Georgia after suffering an ankle injury against Samford on Sept. 10.

Mitchell caught 5 passes for 69 yards and 1 touchdown in the Bulldogs’ season opener before sustaining an ankle injury on the first play from scrimmage against Samford.

Mitchell caught his first two passes as a Bulldog in the second game of the 2021 season against UAB then earned starting status by the third game, which he maintained in 11 of the Bulldogs’ next 13 games.

Mitchell caught at least two passes in six of Georgia’s next eight games after the UAB win before posting a single catch in three straight games: the Bulldogs’ blowout victories over Charleston Southern and Georgia Tech and the team’s loss to Alabama in the SEC title game.

Mitchell came back with a vengeance in the CFP semifinals by making an 18-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter of Georgia’s victory over Michigan. He one-upped himself with everything on the line in the national title game, as he made an outstanding grab on a 40-yard pass from Stetson Bennett that gave Georgia a one-point lead with a little over eight minutes to go in the contest.

Georgia defensive tackle Jalen Carter only played one snap — at fullback, no less — in the Bulldogs’ win over Kent State. It’s the second straight week Carter was limited in game action after only playing 11 snaps against South Carolina.

Carter was among his teammates during warm-ups, so we'll see how much he plays.

When asked about Carter on Wednesday, Smart said Carter has looked “much better this week” and has been taking on more volume at practice.

Carter, who is considered one of the most talented defensive linemen in the country and a potential first-round draft pick in 2023, is coming off a College Football Playoff in which the sophomore made six tackles in the two wins, along with eight quarterback hurries and a blocked kick. The Coaches' All-SEC 2nd team selection played in all 15 games in 2021, making two starts, and finishing with 37 tackles and 27 quarterback pressures, good for second-best on the team. He made three quarterback sacks, was third on the team with 8.5 tackles for loss, blocked two kicks, and had a pass break-up.

Carter entered his third season having played in 25 games, with four starts, totaling 51 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, three sacks, a pass breakup, three blocked kicks, and a 1-yard touchdown catch.

Darris Smith was with the team for pre-game warm-ups and did not appear to have any limitations in the lead-up to the Missouri game.

Smart described the injury that forced true freshman Darris Smith out of special teams work last week — and opened the door for fellow true freshman Jalon Walker to block a punt — was “undisclosed.” Regarding Smith’s status, Smart said Smith has practiced and “done some things and continues to work multiple positions for us” after coming out of the game against the Golden Flashes.

Smith has played in all four games for Georgia so far this season but has yet to record a tackle.

Georgia inside linebacker Xavian Sorey joined the team for warm-ups Saturday and did not appear limited in his pre-game work.

Sorey did not see the field against Kent State, but Smart told reporters Wednesday that Sorey’s outlook was positive. When asked about Sorey as well as defensive back Tykee Smith, Smart said both are “fine” as the Bulldogs reached the midway point of Missouri week.

Sorey played on special teams against Kent State but did not see a snap on defense per Pro Football Focus. He has played in all four games for Georgia so far this season but has yet to record a tackle.

Georgia defensive back Tykee Smith went through preliminary pre-game warm-ups and regular warm-ups with no discernible limitations for Saturday's game against Missouri.

Smith did not see the field against Kent State, but Smart told reporters Wednesday that Smith’s outlook was positive. When asked about Smith as well as Sorey, Smart said both are “fine” as the Bulldogs reached the midway point of Missouri week.

Smith did not play on defense or special teams against Kent State per Georgia's official participation list. He played in the Bulldogs’ first three games and has recorded 5 total tackles.

Georgia defensive back Javon Bullard was not with the team during pre-game warm-ups Saturday.

Bullard's status going into Saturday is in question, but it’s not due to his health.

Smart did not have a lot to say Monday when asked about Bullard, who was arrested on seven misdemeanor charges early Sunday morning. Smart emphasized his situation would be handled internally but did not elaborate on whether or not the sophomore would be available against Missouri.

"I'm disappointed in Javon," Smart said. "I hate it for him. He's got a wonderful family but made poor decisions, and it'll be dealt with internally."

Smart further explained Bullard will go in front of a committee that includes athletic director Josh Brooks to determine what happens next.

Bullard was booked at 4:57 a.m. Sunday morning on seven charges: DUI (alcohol) under 21 years of age with a concentration of 0.02 grams; license to be carried and exhibited on demand; improper turning; furnishing, purchasing, and possession of alcoholic beverages as a person under 21 years old; failure to maintain lane/improper driving on road; not using lighted headlights and other lights when required; and physically holding or supporting — with any part of his body — a wireless device. All seven charges are considered misdemeanors.

Bullard was released at 8:30 a.m. on $4,250 worth of bonds, per the jail log.

Bullard was fresh off another start as Georgia's nickel and ended Saturday's victory over Kent State with 3 tackles. Bullard played 37 snaps in last week’s win over the Golden Flashes, per PFF.

Through four games this season, Bullard has 7 tackles and 1 pass break-up.
Georgia football releases hype trailer for Missouri game

It's the eve of the second conference game for Georgia and the team released its fifth game trailer of the season. As the Bulldogs ready themselves to take on Missouri at Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium, the official Twitter account of Georgia Football posted a 69-second feature titled 'Make a Mark,' narrated by former All-American linebacker Jarvis Jones.

“Physicality – the quality of being full of energy and force," Jones says in the video. "You can ask anyone, physicality is Georgia Football. I might know something about that. Chipping away one play at a time, until they reach their breaking point. Making an impact so deep, it’ll be hard to forget. It’s our drive and physicality that sets us apart. We don’t just make these marks, we earn them. Competing to the standard, our standard, a hard-nosed, relentless team that knows when push comes to shove, we’re the ones that leave the mark.”

Georgia, No. 1 in the Coaches Poll and No. 1 in the Associated Press Top 25, is set to face Missouri on the road. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. ET and SEC Network is set to televise the game. Georgia is considered a 28-point road favorite over Missouri. Georgia is given a 94.8 percent chance of winning the game by ESPN's FPI. Georgia leads the all-time series 10-1 and has won the last eight games over Missouri.

“A team I have a lot of respect for," Kirby Smart said of Missouri on Monday. "Any time you go on the road in the SEC, we talk about it all the time, it's tough to win on the road in the SEC and I have a lot of respect for Eliah, the job he's done, what he does offensively and defensively. They do a good job. I've always thought a lot about the job he does offensively and the issues they create defensively, as well. This year, they have big personnel upfront. They play physical. They just played a really tough game against Auburn. A tough way to lose a game. But we're looking forward to getting ready for these guys and going on the road in the SEC.”

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Babestation girl who dated murderer quit radiography after colleagues called her ‘sl*t’

EXCLUSIVE: Babestation presenter Stella Paris has opened up about why she ditched her radiography career to work as a stripper instead – a decision that led to her dating a brutal killer

A racy model who dated one of Britain’s most wanted men ditched her radiography career after gossiping colleagues called her a “slut and a whore”.

Stella Paris had started working in a strip club as a side hustle when her boss gave her an ultimatum.

She then quit being a radiographer without hesitation, despite dedicating six years of her life to university and grafting in a hospital.

The decision eventually led Stella, who is from Malta, to the UK where she is now an OnlyFans model and a Babestation presenter.

And speaking with the Daily Star, the 35-year-old said swapping a medical career for sex work was the best decision she ever made.

“I definitely have no regrets,” she said. “If I didn’t do what I did I don’t know where I would be right now because my whole life completely changed with modelling and dancing.

“I remember when I started dancing I had radiography colleagues on Facebook and they were talking about me and calling me a whore and a slut and all this rubbish.

“Then my boss said I can’t be in the entertainment industry and doing radiography at the same time.

“But just after a month of dancing in strip clubs my life changed. I had paid my debts and my health was above water and my depression was no longer there and I was happy and had new friends too.”

Stella added: “When they called me it wasn’t hard to choose. A lot of people told me don’t do it because you have a job with the government like the NHS and it’s a job for life.

“But I could feed myself and live a good life with stripping. I also felt free and good about myself and nobody controlled me. I was empowered and making good money and I realised it actually made me happy.”

Stella's parents were academics and her dad was a doctor but she felt restricted in her profession and wanted something more creative.

She had dreamed of being an entertainer since she was young but studied radiography because she feared Malta didn’t have enough opportunities back then.

But she was earning approximately £850 as a radiographer after tax every month and she could barely afford to support herself once she paid her rent.

And it was after trading the hospital for strip clubs when she met the infamous Christopher Guest More who was on the run for torturing a dad to death.

She spent almost a year living and sleeping with the monster, who is finally in jail, without knowing who he really was.

But she now lives in the West Midlands and has been on OnlyFans for four years.

And during the pandemic she accepted a job at Babestation after being approached by the company.

She will celebrate two years there in October and the artist and singer now has regular clients who have all sorts of bonkers requests.

Speaking about her job that couldn't be any more different to radiography, she said: “I have a few regulars and I know their names, where they are from, what they like and what music they listen to.

“The age varies and I have guys who call me saying they are 18 today and they chose me as the first call on Babestation and I also have men in their 50s and 60s.

“One regular has been calling me for two years very frequently and he buys food specifically to call me. For example, custard, jelly and ice-cream. He then puts his penis in the food and I have to tell him what to do.

“But I love him because he’s respectful. That’s all that matters, respect is very important to me. Sometimes if people are too rude or pushy I tend to put the phone down.”

And as for the best part, she added: “The thing I enjoy most is dressing up. I dress in different cosplay outfits and I have hundreds of them that I’ve collected over the years.

“I even have the outfit from the first ever dance I did in a strip club in Malta.
“I like dressing up as a nurse, as a teacher, firefighter and even as a pussycat. And I also enjoy doing more domination shows and calls because those guys that want me to dominate them are much nicer.

“They are easier to talk to and because of my past and some of the abuse I’ve endured I am not very much into people telling me what to do.
Some of this abuse was inflicted by former BBC TV researcher Christopher Guest More who received a life sentence in December for torturing Brian Waters to death in 2003.


125 die as tear gas triggers crush at Indonesia soccer match

MALANG, Indonesia (AP) — Panic and a chaotic run for exits after police fired tear gas at an Indonesian soccer match to drive away fans upset with their team's loss left at least 125 dead, most of whom were trampled upon or suffocated, making it one of the deadliest sports events in the world.

Attention immediately focused on the police use of tear gas, and witnesses described police beat them with sticks and shields before shooting canisters directly into the crowds.

The president of FIFA called the deaths at the stadium “a dark day for all involved in football and a tragedy beyond comprehension,” while President Joko Widodo ordered an investigation of security procedures. While FIFA has no control over domestic games, it has advised against the use of tear gas at soccer stadiums.

Violence broke out after the game ended Saturday evening with host Arema FC of East Java’s Malang city losing to Persebaya of Surabaya 3-2.

Disappointed with their team’s loss, thousands of supporters of Arema, known as “Aremania,” reacted by throwing bottles and other objects at players and soccer officials. Witnesses said fans flooded the Kanjuruhan Stadium pitch and demanded that Arema management explain why, after 23 years of undefeated home matches against rival Persebaya, this one ended in a loss.

The violence spread outside the stadium where at least five police vehicles were toppled and set ablaze. Riot police responded by firing tear gas, including toward the stadium's stands, causing panic among the crowd.

Spectator Ahmad Fatoni said police had started beating the fans with sticks and shields, and they fought back.

“Officers fired tear gas directly at spectators in the stands, forcing us to run toward the exit,” he said. “Many victims fell because of shortness of breath and difficulty seeing due to tear gas and were trampled.”

He said he climbed the roof of the stands and only came down when the situation calmed down.

Others suffocated and were trampled as hundreds of people ran to the exit to avoid the tear gas. In the chaos, 34 died at the stadium, including two officers, and some reports include children among the casualties.

“We have already done a preventive action before finally firing the tear gas as (fans) began to attack the police, acting anarchically and burning vehicles,” East Java police chief Nico Afinta said in a news conference early Sunday.

More than 300 were rushed to hospitals but many died on the way and during a treatment, Afinta said.

National Police Chief Listyo Sigit Prabowo said the death toll had been revised to 125 from 174, after authorities found some of the victims were counted twice. More than 100 were receiving intensive treatment in eight hospitals, 11 of them in critical condition.

“The stadium turned into a smoke-filled battleground when police fired tear gas,” said Rizky, who came with his cousin to watch the game.

“I felt hot and stinging in my eyes, I couldn’t see clearly while my head was dizzy and everything went dark ... I passed out,” he said. When he woke up, he was already in the emergency room. He said his cousin died because of head injuries.

“We wanted to entertain ourselves by watching a football match, but we got disaster,” he said.

Indonesia’s soccer association, known as PSSI, suspended the premier soccer league Liga 1 indefinitely in light of the tragedy and banned Arema from hosting soccer matches for the remainder of the season.

Television reports showed police and rescuers evacuating the injured and carrying the dead to ambulances.

Grieving relatives waited for information about their loved ones at Malang's Saiful Anwar General Hospital. Others tried to identify the bodies laid at a morgue while medical workers put identification tag on the bodies of the victims.

“I deeply regret this tragedy and I hope this is the last soccer tragedy in this country, don’t let another human tragedy like this happen in the future,” Widodo said in a televised speech. “We must continue to maintain sportsmanship, humanity and a sense of brotherhood of the Indonesian nation.”

He ordered the youth and sports minister, the national police chief and the PSSI chair to conduct a thorough evaluation of the country’s soccer and its security procedure.

Youth and Sports Minister Zainudin Amali also expressed his regrets that “this tragedy happened when we were preparing for soccer game activities, both national and international level.”

At the Vatican, Pope Francis said he was praying for “all those who have lost their live and were injured in the clashes that erupted after a soccer game in Malang, Indonesia.”

Indonesia is due to host the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup from May 20 to June 11, with 24 participating teams. As the host, the country automatically qualifies for the cup.

“Unfortunately, this incident has certainly injured our soccer image,” Amali said.

In a statement, FIFA President Gianni Infantino expressed condolences on behalf of the global football community, saying “the football world is in a state of shock.” The statement did not mention the use of tear gas.

Ferli Hidayat, local police chief of Malang, said there were some 42,000 spectators at the game Saturday, all of whom were Arema supporters because the organizer had banned Persebaya fans from entering the stadium in an effort to avoid brawls.

The restriction was imposed after clashes between supporters of the two rival teams in East Java's Blitar stadium in February 2020 caused 250 million rupiah ($18,000) in damage. Brawls were reported outside the stadium during and after the semifinals of the East Java Governor’s Cup, which ended with Persebaya beating Arema 4-2.

Rights groups responded to the tragedy by blaming the use of tear gas in the stadium by police.

Citing FIFA’s stadium safety guidelines against the use of “crowd control gas” by pitch side stewards or police, Amnesty International called on Indonesian authorities to conduct a swift, thorough and independent investigation into the use of tear gas at Kanjuruhan stadium.

“Those who are found to have committed violations are tried in open court and do not merely receive internal or administrative sanctions,” said Usman Hamid, executive director of Amnesty International Indonesia.

He said tear gas should only be used to disperse crowds when widespread violence has occurred and when other methods have failed. People must be warned that tear gas will be used and allowed to disperse. “No one should lose their lives at a football match,” Hamid said.

Despite Indonesia’s lack of international accolades in the sport, hooliganism is rife in the soccer-obsessed country where fanaticism often ends in violence, as in the 2018 death of a Persija Jakarta supporter who was killed by a mob of hardcore fans of rival club Persib Bandung in 2018.

Saturday's game is already among the world's worst crowd disasters, including the 1996 World Cup qualifier between Guatemala and Costa Rica in Guatemala City where over 80 died and over 100 more were injured. In April 2001, more than 40 people are crushed to death during a soccer match at Ellis Park in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Pastor turned stripper makes £3,500 in one day – three years after joining OnlyFans

Baptist pastor Nikole Mitchell went from giving sermons to her congregation to stripping off for sexy OnlyFans shoots – and she has no regrets about the dramatic career change

A pastor quit the church to become a stripper and OnlyFans star – and the decision has proved a lucrative one.

Nikole Mitchell grew up in a baptist family in Ohio, US.

The mum-of-three was so dedicated to her religion she chose celibacy for years – but after coming out as bisexual, she became "disillusioned" and ditched her faith in 2017.

Nikole's career U-turn has given her much more "freedom".

She now lives in a million-dollar mansion in California and can make £3,500 in a single day.

Nikole's career U-turn has given her much more "freedom".

She now lives in a million-dollar mansion in California and can make £3,500 in a single day.

"I couldn’t have imagined a better way to celebrate my three year anniversary on OnlyFans than an evening of fun, laughter, and a whole load of hotness with my amazing fans.

"Because of them, what I do is not only possible, it’s absolutely beautiful."

Nikole doesn't plan on giving up her OnlyFans stardom any time soon – and is excited for what's in store.

She added: "I am so fortunate, so freaking grateful and so in love.

"I can't see what year four has in store.

"Thank you to everyone who showed up for it – it was a night I will never forget!! Love you all."
The sexy star's post garnered more than 4,200 likes, with many leaving supportive comments.

As well as giving her more financial freedom, Nikole believes she’s a “better mum” nowadays.
Last year, she told the Holly Randall Unfiltered Podcast: “[We have] All kinds of conversations and equipping them with tools that I was never equipped with as a kid growing up.

“It is now so important to me now as a mum to teach my kids these things so they have these skills for a life time, for dating, relationships, for their working environment for who they become, whatever they end up doing these are life skills everyone needs.

"I would say my work has prepared me and helped me with that better than anything else in my life…

“Now I am where I am, I feel that not only my sense of sexuality but the sex work I do is so much healthier than this sex mindset that I grew up with in the church.

"So I think that the most toxicity you can have about sexuality, sex, bodies, can come from the kind of church that I came from and I remember looking at the big picture and thinking I’m giving my kids a much better gift."