Court to review amendment to limit fees

first_img April 1, 2004 Gary Blankenship Senior Editor Regular News Court to review amendment to limit fees Court to review amendment to limit fees Contingency fees in medical malpractice cases are at issue Senior Editor A constitutional amendment that would limit attorneys’ fees in medical malpractice cases has gone to the Florida Supreme Court for review to ensure it encompasses only one issue and its ballot summary and title are accurate.The Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers is filing comments on the amendment, and the Bar’s Trial Lawyers Section is seeking permission from the Bar’s Executive Committee to file. The academy, through a political committee, also is preparing three amendments that would tighten regulation of doctors, open up medical records to patients, and mandate that doctors charge all patients the same rates for identical services.The court set a deadline of March 31 for comments, of April 20 for reply briefs, and it will hear oral arguments on June 8 on the contingency fee amendment. Under the Florida Constitution, the court is charged with reviewing proposed initiative constitutional amendments to ensure that they do not contain more than one subject, and that the ballot title and summary accurately reflect the content of the amendment.Proposed amendments are forwarded to the court by the attorney general when backers get 10 percent of more than 488,000 verified signatures they need to get on the November general election ballot.The amendment is being pushed by Citizens for a Fair Share, a political committee created by the Florida Medical Association. The amendment provides that in any medical liability case, the client must get no less than 70 percent of the first $250,000 awarded, not counting costs and expenses. Above $250,000, the client would get 90percent of any award, after costs and expenses.Plaintiff’s lawyers have said that will make it impossible for lawyers to take many medical malpractice cases and injured patients will bear the brunt of coping with their ailments.Lisette Mariner, a spokeswoman for the FMA, said the association is confident the amendment will pass Supreme Court scrutiny, and that Citizens for a Fair Share will be able to collect the necessary signatures to get on the ballot.“We wouldn’t be going through this if we didn’t think we could get the signatures,” she said. “It’s an issue that the people of Florida are looking to resolve.”Paul Jess of the AFTA said the academy is confident it can successfully challenge the amendment both on the single issue and the accuracy of the ballot title and summary grounds.“We have hired a team of lawyers who are writing, drafting our comments to the Florida Supreme Court,” Jess said. “We think that their amendment is fatally flawed and we are confident that the Florida Supreme Court will strike it down, both as violating the single subject rule and because the ballot title and summary are misleading.”Jacobs sent a letter to Attorney General Charlie Crist, before he forwarded the amendment to the court, outlining problems the section saw with the amendment.Those included that the amendment title, “Claimant’s Right to Fair Compensation,” is misleading. (The ballot title is different: “The Medical Liability Claimant’s Compensation Amendment.”) “It is an attempt to limit contingent legal fees to 30 percent of the first $250,000 and 10 percent of everything in excess of $250,000,” Jacobs wrote. “The obvious hope of the petitioners is to prevent patients from suing doctors. Note there is no limit on the fees doctors may pay for their defense.”Other problems, he said, include that the summary uses the term “injured claimant” while the text of the amendment refers only to a “claimant” and several terms in the amendment are not defined, including that only “reasonable and customary costs” would be paid.“The very nature of this proposal is at best disingenuous,” Jacobs wrote. “If adopted it would place an extraordinary burden on the courts of this state to interpret its many ambiguities. Its worst feature remains, however, the deception attempted to be put forward to the citizens of this state.”Aside from the FMA amendment, the academy is working on its three amendments, being sponsored by its political committee Floridians for Patient Protection. Jess said 175,000 signatures have been collected on each, and as soon as enough of those are verified by local supervisors of election, they will be submitted to the court.One amendment would revoke the license of any doctor who loses three malpractice judgments; the second would give patients access to confidential peer reviews and adverse incident reports (which now are immune even from subpoenas); and the third would require doctors to charge the same rate for the same services for all patients. Doctors now frequently negotiate contracts with HMOs and insurance companies to offer reduced rates to those patients covered by those plans.To get on the ballot, the amendments will need around 600,000 signatures in order to get the 488,000 valid voter signatures.“We anticipate no problem in getting that number of signatures prior to the certification deadline,” Jess said.The FMA’s Mariner said her association takes a dim view of the academy amendments. “We see it as retaliation,” she said.To get on the November general election ballot, the verified signatures must be submitted to the secretary of state by August 31.As proposed, the contingency fee amendment would create Section 26 to Article I of the constitution, which would be called, “Claimant’s right to fair compensation.” The amendment reads: “In any medical liability claim involving a contingency fee, the claimant is entitled to receive no less than 70 percent of the first $250,000.00 in all damages received by the claimant, exclusive of reasonable and customary costs, whether received by judgment, settlement, or otherwise, and regardless of the number of defendants. The claimant is entitled to 90 percent of all damages in excess of $250,000.00, exclusive of reasonable and customary costs and regardless of the number of defendants. This provision is self-executing and does not require implementing legislation.” Additional language provides the amendment becomes effective the day after it is passed by voters.The ballot title, if the amendment does get to the November election, is “The Medical Liability Claimant’s Compensation Amendment.” The summary reads, “Proposes to amend the State Constitution to provide that an injured claimant who enters into a contingency fee agreement with an attorney in a claim for medical liability is entitled to no less than 70 percent of the first $250,000.00 in all damages received by the claimant, and 90 percent of the damages in excess of $250,000.00, exclusive of reasonable and customary costs and regardless of the number of defendants. This amendment is intended to be self-executing.”In a related development, identical constitutional amendments were filed in the House and Senate. If passed by the legislature, they would automatically go to the ballot without the need for getting signatures or for the Supreme Court’s review.The House version was tentatively set to go to the Judiciary Committee on March 18, but was pulled from the agenda after three Republican members of the committee, including Chair Jeff Kottkamp, R-Coral Gables, said they opposed the measure.House Speaker Johnnie Byrd, quoted in the St. Petersburg Times, said it was unlikely the amendment would be taken up and passed in the House.As of Bar News deadline, the Senate version of the bill had not been referred to any committees.last_img read more

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Annual Mud Gaunlet has a different look this time around

first_img“Hopefully next year it will still be on the qualifying events,” he said. “Our obstacles don’t change, they are still high standard.” “This course has multiple difficulty level, but the hardest side for our elite people is as hard as it comes,” said Newby. For those that took part, the course still provided a challenge for those who took the plunge. “It is bitter sweet,” said said Newbsanity founder Jarrett Newby. “We normally have a few hundred people come up for the mud gauntlet.” The event still featured a wide range of people from all different age groups on a three-mile long obstacle course. The gauntlet was scheduled to be a qualifier for this years world championships, which Newby said was cancelled.center_img BINGHAMTON (WBNG) – In a summer where events throughout the Southern Tier were put on hold, the Newsbsanity Mud Gauntlet was a full go. Due to the coronavirus pandemic. Newby said this year’s gauntlet looked different from past ventures, featuring social distancing, spaced out start times, masks and other safety precautions. Newby told 12 News despite the adjustments to this year’s Mud Gauntlet, he still considered it a success.last_img read more

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Time to staff schools with armed guards

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionJust a few short weeks after the Parkland massacre we have another shooter walk into an unguarded door in a school in Maryland and shoot two students.Most of the solutions offered over the last couple of weeks to solve this problem involve gun control. That issue makes our politicians feel good, but doesn’t solve the problem at all. Let’s face it, we’re never going to get guns out of the hands of people who want to kill us. Let’s bite the bullet and spend the money necessary to control the access to our schools and secure them with metal detectors and armed guards. We don’t need any more of our kids getting killed in school.In my opinion it’s the only solution to this problem that is going to work.Ron BelliSchenectadyMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesSchenectady’s Lucas Rodriguez forging his own path in dance, theater, musicSchenectady NAACP calls for school layoff freeze, reinstatement of positionsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Schenectady police reform sessions pivot to onlinelast_img read more

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New PWC Manager confident that the Corporation will improve

first_imgLocalNews New PWC Manager confident that the Corporation will improve by: – March 5, 2012 Eddison Henry, the new manager of the Public Works Corporation, is confident that under his management there will be an improvement and an overall turnaround within the company. Eddison Henry. (file photo)Although Henry’s employment comes at a time when the Corporation is faced with several challenges however he told Dominica Vibes News that there is hope for the company.Some of these challenges include protest action by its staff over the non-payment of salaries. The Corporations’ Board of Directors has proposed that the employment of some members of staff be terminated with a view to managing the debt crisis which the Corporation is face with.However union representing the employees; Public Service Union have not endorsed this proposal. Recently, the general-secretary of the Union Thomas Letang announced that the members do not believe that “laying off some workers” will solve the problem but that the root of the problem lies with management.Henry believes that there exists an “absence of information” where employees are concerned who may not be fully aware of the state of affairs of the Corporation therefore one of his priority is to meet with staff and ensure that they “grasp the complete picture of where things are”. From his early assessment he noticed that some of the “management systems have deteriorated” and might be a contributing factor to the overall situation, therefore he indicated that one of his preoccupations which will be a review of the management systems which exist “so that profitability can return to the Corporation”.Although the Corporation is faced with financial difficulties Henry believes before it can focus on payments it “must become a viable entity” and “whether or not there are chances for sustainable growth”. “I see my task as going in there to determine whether or not the objectives of the Corporation can be met and is there sufficient activity to keep it viable with the available resource.”He further noted that he must determine; “What is necessary for the growth of the company to drive it forward. Are the skill set required for a modern day company does it exist within the entity now and if it doesn’t how do we get it?”Some of the plans he highlighted for the Corporation were to re-negotiate payment terms with the Corporation’s creditors, seek payment from its debtors to help raise its income base and to determine whether there are other services which the Corporation can offer to generate income and raise its revenue base.Henry proposed that the Corporation could review its mandate to determine whether it could also facilitate the construction of houses as opposed to only road repairs and seek to export its services in the same manner as some overseas based companies who arrive here to perform works.He concluded that “no company grows by simply cutting cost but we must look at how we can increase our revenue” and that one of the determining factors of his success rate will be how quickly some of his proposals can be implemented.Dominica Vibes News Share Share Tweetcenter_img Share Sharing is caring! 17 Views   no discussionslast_img read more

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Undefeated Women of Troy travel for big weekend

first_imgThe undefeated No. 8 USC women’s tennis team (5-0) has a big weekend ahead with a trip to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Indoor Championships at the University of Wisconsin.The Women of Troy qualified for this competitive out-of-state action with victories against both San Diego and Auburn during qualifying play two weeks ago.Sixteen teams qualified to compete in the tournament this weekend, all of which are ranked in the top 20 in the country.No. 1 Duke and No. 2 Northwestern could be in the future for the Women of Troy if they can make it past the first few rounds.Last week, the Women of Troy also jumped up one spot in their ITA team ranking, from No. 9 to No. 8.“It’s a small change, so it doesn’t have that big of an effect,” sophomore Alison Ramos said. “But it’s definitely a start, though we still aren’t satisfied being ranked No. 8.”USC also has four players ranked among the nation’s top 50 in singles: No. 8 Maria Sanchez, No. 18 Danielle Lao, No. 37 Valeria Pulido and No. 38 Alison Ramos. In doubles, Pulido and Sanchez team up at No. 19.USC’s first opponent of the weekend, the Tigers, also recently improved its team ranking. After recently upsetting No. 4 Georgia (4-3), Clemson rose from No. 15 to No. 14 last week as well. Clemson has three players nationally ranked in singles: No. 9 Josipa Bek, No. 61 Nelly Ciolkowski and No. 113 Ina Hadziselimovic. In doubles, Bek and Hadziselimovic are ranked No. 4.USC is 7-0 all-time against Clemson after facing it in last year’s ITA Team Indoors and beating it 4-3 in the consolation second round.“We are getting the chance to play teams from the East Coast that we don’t get to play during the season,” Ramos said. “It’s all very exciting to not only play new competition but also to get the chance to play indoors.”USC will open competition today at 3:30 p.m. CST facing Clemson in the first round of play for a chance to move into Saturday’s 3:30 p.m. quarterfinal round. Semifinals will then be held Sunday at 3:30 p.m., with the championship match set for Monday, Feb. 15.last_img read more

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Juniper study predicts DFS consumer spend will double by 2021

first_imgShare Related Articles Share Kambi and DraftKings agree on final closure terms July 24, 2020 HBLB ups prize money commitment by 50% July 31, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit IGT ‘prudent on recovery’ as company absorbs H1 losses of $291m August 4, 2020 A new study from Juniper Research has predicted that consumer spend on daily fantasy sports (DFS) will double from $2.6 billion in 2016 to $5.3 billion by 2021.Juniper also anticipates that FanDuel and DraftKings, two companies that were referenced in the study and represent a combined 90% market share, will merge imminently to consolidate their dominance.North America continues to dominate the industry with US regulatory loopholes denoting the activity a ‘game of skill,’ rather than gambling. In fact, more than 75% of the worldwide DFS market comes from North America, and about 50 million Americans played some form of fantasy sports in 2015.However, given both FanDuel and DraftKings have already made an initial foray into the UK, West Europe is set to become the next major market over the coming five years. This is despite concerns over guaranteed prize pools and revenue constraints, as well as issues with professional players.Research author Lauren Foye commented: “DraftKings and FanDuel have used aggressive marketing strategies that gave rise to accusations of false advertising and concerns with cost overruns. Both they and emerging players will need to quell suggestions that only 10% of ‘professional’ players win the monetary prizes on offer.”The research claimed that concerns could be addressed through private leagues, where users compete with friends, essentially removing the issue surrounding pro-players. Meanwhile, providers will attract casual players playing for smaller prize pools, alleviating some of the concerns surrounding liquidity.Juniper Research provides research and analytical services to the global hi-tech communications sector, providing consultancy, analyst reports and industry commentary.last_img read more

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Mourinho set to ring the changes for Southampton test

first_imgChelsea manager Jose Mourinho has hinted that he will ring the changes to his side when they welcome Southampton to Stamford Bridge on Saturday.A run of three straight victories for Jose Mourinho’s men came to an abrupt end with a 2-2 draw at struggling Newcastle United and a 2-1 defeat to Porto in the UEFA Champions League over the last week.And next up come a Saints side who have rediscovered their form after winning their last two matches, scoring nine goals in the process.Mourinho, therefore, has hinted at further changes on Saturday evening as he looks to return his side to winning ways.”There are rotations, we always try to do a little bit,” he said. “Mentally, it is important, physically it is important, but there is also a part of the rotation which is because of the instability of the performances.”If you play well for four or five matches you get stability, you keep the core. It is normal. If not, it is normal that you always try to find solutions and win the next game.”Mourinho, who has led his side to just eight points from seven matches, has never lost to Southampton in the BPL, although both of last season’s encounters ended in 1-1 draws. “They [Southampton] are a good team,” he said. “A team that last season we couldn’t beat in the two matches, although we know that we could have won them. We know why we couldn’t win.”The match at home we had unbelievable dominance but we respect them a lot. For sure, they are going to give us a difficult match.”Despite the champions’ struggles this season, Southampton defender Cedric Soares is in no doubt as to the Portuguese manager’s ability and is relishing the chance to play against one of England’s biggest sides.”Everybody knows that the qualities he [Mourinho] has, he is an amazing coach,” the 24-year-old told the Southern Daily Echo. “It will be a pleasure for me to play against him and for sure it will be a great game. “It is a big game and every player wants to play those big games. It is about football.”Big stadiums, big environment; you want to play that high level and Chelsea is one of the best teams, so everybody wants to play. We will do our best to win.”Despite their back-to-back wins Ronald Koeman’s side’s away form leaves room for improvement, with no league win on the road in 10 matches; a run only equalled by Newcastle United.The Dutchman will hope Graziano Pelle can continue to find the net scoring four goals in seven matches. Meanwhile, Chelsea do not have a single player who has scored more than one goal in the league.Striker Diego Costa is suspended and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois (knee) is still a long-term absentee, while Southampton have been coping without Steven Caulker, Jordy Clasie, Fraser Forster and Florin Gardos. Chelsea (from): Begovic, Blackman, Azpilicueta, Cahill, Djilobodji, Ivanovic, Rahman, Terry, Zouma, Fabregas, Hazard, Loftus-Cheek, Matic, Mikel, Oscar, Ramires, Traore, Willian, Falcao, Kenedy, Pedro, Remy.Southampton (from): K Davis, Gazzaniga, Stekelenburg, Bertrand, Cedric, Fonte, Martina, McCarthy, Targett, Van Dijk, Yoshida, S Davis, Isgrove, Mane, McQueen, Ramirez, Reed, Romeu, Tadic, Wanyama, Ward-Prowse, Juanmi, Long, Pelle, Rodriguez.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

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Fantasy Baseball 3B Sleepers: Breakout, undervalued third basemen to add to 2020 draft cheat sheets

first_imgThe third base rankings are loaded heading into the 2020 fantasy baseball season, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore the 3B sleeper section on your draft cheat sheet. Finding the right undervalued players or potential breakouts in the mid-to-late rounds is how you maximize your draft, and fortunately there are several prime candidates at the hot corner. Because all are eligible at other positions (in fact, one isn’t even eligible at 3B yet), you can easily stock your team with a few of these guys and have the kind of interchangeable depth needed to win leagues. As with most of our sleeper lists, the running theme is “playing time”. If the players below get regular at-bats, they will have been undervalued in your draft. If they don’t, then they’ll be little more than useful fill-ins in daily transaction leagues or DFS contests. But we all know that even if a player doesn’t appear to have a clear path to regular at-bats in March, that can change in a hurry, and the players below are all capable enough to produce as soon as they get the chance.  More 2020 Fantasy Baseball: Auction Values | Mock Draft SimulatorAustin Riley, Braves (OF). Riley got off to a torrid start last year before eventually fading down the stretch. He still finished with 18 HRs in just 80 games and will compete for a starting job this spring. He’s only eligible at OF heading into the season, but if he gets regular playing time, it will likely be at 3B (or DH), which is why we’re still including him here. The 22-year-old slugger has the potential to put up massive HR and RBI totals, and while his high K-rate will always keep his average low, Riley is still being undervalued in drafts. ​Other 3B-eligible players we’ve highlighted as sleepers elsewhere: Carter Kieboom, Nationals (SS), Scott Kingery, Phillies (2B), Ian Happ (OF) DOMINATE YOUR DRAFT: Ultimate 2020 Fantasy Baseball Cheat SheetFantasy Baseball 3B SleepersPosition eligibility based on Yahoo default settings (10 games played or 5 games started)Tommy Edman, Cardinals (also eligible at 2B and OF). Edman played enough last year (92 games) that he’s not a secret, but he still might be undervalued by a large swath of the fantasy community. The 24-year-old switch-hitter can play virtually anywhere on the field, and after batting .304, swatting 11 homers, and swiping 15 bases in the majors last season, it’s clear he can produce worthwhile fantasy numbers. With fewer third basemen stealing an appreciable amount of bases, Edman can provide unique value if you’re willing to wait for your 3B.2020 Fantasy Baseball Rankings:Catcher | First | Second | Third | Short | Outfield | Starter | Reliever | Top 300Yandy Diaz, Rays (1B). Much was made of Diaz’s noticeably more muscular physique last year, and he put it to good use by clubbing 14 HRs in just 79 games. A foot injury limited his playing time, but Diaz showed his upside. With a relatively high BB-rate (10.1 percent) and low K-rate (17.6 percent), Diaz has a good hitting profile that should translate to solid all-around numbers across a full season. Playing time is the only worry — and it’s a legit worry — because Diaz isn’t great with the glove and the Rays have a host of competent players who can play 1B/3B/DH. That said, if Diaz can stick in the lineup, he’ll far outproduce his draft position.2020 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers:Catcher | First | Second | Short | Outfielder | Starter | Each teamYoshi Tsutsugo, Rays (OF). Tsutsugo is one of those players competing with with Diaz for playing time, even if indirectly. The 28-year-old lefty has been playing professionally in Japan the past 10 years, posting a .284/.382/.525 line with 205 career HRs. Even though he’s eligible at 3B and OF in Yahoo leagues, he could also play 1B and DH, so there will be plenty of ways Tsutsugo can get into the lineup. Whether he can stick there consistently is another thing, but if he can, he has plenty of upside. 2020 Fantasy Baseball Tiers, Draft Strategy:Catcher | First | Second | Third | Short | Outfield | Starter | RelieverNick Solak, Rangers (2B). Solak impressed in his 33-game stint in the majors last year (.293/.393/.491 line), which isn’t a surprise considering he was dominating at Triple-A (.347/.386/.653). It is a bit disappointing he didn’t run much (seven total SBs last year) after swiping 21 bases at Double-A in 2018, but Solak made up for that by hitting 32 homers between Triple-A and the majors. He’ll have to compete for a starting job, but if he can prove capable on defense, Solak will be a hot commodity. Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategies: Auction | Keeper/Dynasty | PointsJon Berti, Marlins (SS, OF). Bereti doesn’t fit the mold of a typical sleeper. First starters, he’s 30 and doesn’t have a regular spot in the lineup, but the speedy utility player is still expected to be in the Marlins lineup most days. If he is, he’ll steal a good amount of bases (17 in 73 games last year) and pop some homers (six last season). It’s unclear if Berti will be much more than a one-category contributor, but even if he’s just stealing bases, he’ll still have value. last_img read more

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Despite Band Festival being cancelled, “Band Festival Spirit Week” will take place

first_img== On Friday afternoon at noon, the winners of NIACC’s Extreme Makeover will be announced live on Facebook == Tomorrow between 2:00 and 4:00 PM, you can drive past the Commerce Center on the east side of Central Park and be part of the “Reverse Band Festival Parade”. Organizers who will be wearing gloves and face masks will throw pre-packaged candy to you in your car as you go by (see the map at the bottom of this page) == On Saturday at 10:00 AM, a special feature will be made on the Band Festival Facebook page in honor of the annual celebration.  == Tonight at 7:00 PM on the Band Festival Facebook page, there will be a live performance by “Brad+Kate”, who were originally scheduled to perform at this year’s festival  MASON CITY — The North Iowa Band Festival in Mason City would have been starting tomorrow, but organizers cancelled the event due to the pandemic. It’s the first time since World War II that the event has not been held. Band Festival organizer Kativa Weitzel says it was a heart-breaking decision that had to be made.   “We just knew it was what’s best for our community and our social responsibility. It’s a tradition that won’t die, and in years to come, we will still have a festival. It was really sad to do.” Weitzel says many people have reached out to Band Festival organizers to express their support of the decision to cancel this year’s event.   “It’s very bittersweet this year going into Band Festival week with no parade, and 76 Trombones on Saturday, and the history behind it. We’ve had so many people reach out to us and saying how much this tradition means to their family, and how next year it’s going to be so sweet having a festival that got postponed. It’s something that will go down in history. It really impacts our community members and the students. I remember going to the parade as a kid and seeing my friends march, and all those things, and all of our grandparents were in it. It’s just a tradition that can’t be brought down.” Weitzel says there are several events that are being incorporated into what’s being called “Band Festival Spirit Week”: == On Friday night at 8:15, “Betty & the Gents” will perform on the Band Festival Facebook page Click here to take you to the North Iowa Band Festival Facebook pagelast_img read more

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Guardiola risks Premier League fine after Spurs defeat by leaving media hanging

first_imgPEP GUARDIOLA may face a Premier League fine after leaving the media hanging for 45 minutes following Manchester City’s 2-0 defeat by Tottenham.The Manchester Evening News claims that the Spaniard’s lateness meant that home manager Jose Mourinho had already finished his post-match press conference by the time he emerged.1 Pep Guardiola kept his Manchester City players in the away dressing room after defeat at SpursCredit: EPAA debut goal from Steven Bergwijn followed by a strike from Son Heung-min condemned Guardiola’s side to their sixth league defeat of the season.Pep’s frustration was compounded by City’s domination in the game, which saw them miss a penalty in the first half before the tide turned in the second following Oleksandr Zinchenko’s red card.The former Barcelona boss responded by locking his players in the away changing room for three-quarters of an hour after the final whistle before emerging to face the press.But when Guardiola eventually emerged to face the Sky Sports cameras, he insisted the delay was not because he was criticising his stars.He said: “Never. With this performance? How should I be critical after this performance?”I was talking to my staff and my wife. After this performance it would be an incredible mistake to say how bad they are. We created chances and conceded few.”He later told reporters in a press conference when asked what he said: “How proud I am of them, but it’s not enough. I like to see my players playing that way.LADBROKES 1-2-FREE Simply predict Brighton vs Watford, Sheff Utd vs Bournemouth and Man City vs West Ham scores this coming weekend and win £100Most Read in FootballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by Celtic“Never when we lose do I stay away from my players because I know them.”We lost the game so we talked about how to move forward and keep going. There’s a lot of months to play and try to do it.“If I would find the solution I would try to work on that. It would be a mistake not to let them feel incredible and fantastic after that game, football is sometimes like this.”Pep Guardiola doesn’t appear from dressing room for 45 minutes but claims Manchester City ‘played well’ in defeat at Tottenhamlast_img read more

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