Chelsea in relegation battle – Hiddink

first_imgLONDON (AP):Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink has mentioned a word never heard at Chelsea in the Premier League era: relegation.Asked yesterday if Chelsea are in a relegation battle, Hiddink said: “It’s (a) reality.”Chelsea, which fired Jose Mourinho last month, are six points above the relegation zone in 14th place, ahead of matches against Everton and Arsenal.Hiddink says when he replaced Mourinho “we were one point off the line, relegation line, and now we have (a) little bit more” breathing space.Chelsea were relegated in 1988 but instantly returned to the topflight. A team has never been relegated straight after winning the Premier League.Meanwhile, both Chelsea and West Bromwich Albion were charged by the English Football Association yesterday with failing to control their players in Wednesday’s 2-2 draw.last_img read more

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Veteran supreme court judge named head of Nova Scotias police watchdog agency

first_imgHALIFAX – Nova Scotia has appointed retired judge Felix Cacchione as director of the province’s independent police watchdog agency.Cacchione will be heading the Serious Incident Response Team after 32 years on the bench, having recently retired from the Nova Scotia Supreme Court.He replaces interim director John Scott, who was appointed to replace the agency’s first director, Ron MacDonald.The agency started up in 2012.Cacchione’s appointment comes into effect Monday.The Montreal-born former judge studied law at Dalhousie University and has been a member of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society since 1975.He practised criminal law throughout his career and was appointed a Nova Scotia county court judge in 1986 and a Supreme Court judge in 1993 when the courts merged.last_img read more

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October 11 2010This was the 17 year that HUMAN N

first_imgOctober 11, 2010This was the 17. year that HUMAN NATURE held their week-long workshop here at Arcosanti. This years participants were: [from left]Delisa Myles, Francis Martineau, Mizu Desierto, Breanna Rogers, Paul Moore and Jayne Lee. The title of this years performance was “animal etiquette” … … and as with subjects in previous years, the group delivered an interesting interpretation of the metaphor. center_img The performance celebrated and expressed a humorous and heart breaking, sensitive look at humanities very frail grasp on our reality. We thank Scott Sawyer from Flagstaff for sharing his wonderful photos with us.last_img read more

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