Press Association Tottenham boss Sherwood laid into his team after the 4-0 humiliation at Chelsea last weekend saying there was “a lack of character” – but ex-Spurs striker Gary Lineker said such public condemnation of the squad was “unwise”. Mills, the former London 2012 Olympics deputy chairman who is a non-executive director at Tottenham, said Sherwood had every right to feel emotional at the display. Mills told Press Association Sport: “We were playing well at Chelsea and we made some silly mistakes and we got thrashed 4-0, it happens. “Inevitably when things don’t go well the media are very keen to have inquests but if you are not prepared to take the rough with the smooth then you shouldn’t be involved with football. “He was very emotional and upset and if I had his job I would probably be emotional and upset. When he got back to the training ground I am sure he would have sat down with the players and analysed where it went wrong and try to find a way to make sure it doesn’t happen again. “This the cut and thrust and excitement of match-day but his job is to manage the team and that means understanding how each week we can improve. “We think he is doing a great job, the results since he took over have been good and he knows like every player on the pitch that success is based on performance. He will be in a great place if we do well and if we don’t he won’t, the same for every player in every football club in the world.” Speaking at the Sport Pro Live conference in London, Mills said that the Spurs players had to work to cut out the kind of errors that saw Chelsea capitalise to critical effect. He added: “The Premier League is one of the most competitive sports leagues in the world with vast amount of money spent on the teams and the players and you can’t afford to make too many mistakes. “In most sports it is the teams or the athletes that make the fewest mistakes that wins. “Last weekend we made too many mistakes.” Mills admitted that this was a “transition year” for Tottenham with so many new players arriving in the summer as Spurs splashed out on the huge transfer fee received from Gareth Bale’s move to Real Madrid. He said: “When you bring a lot of new players as we did in the summer, several players from all over the world it takes them a long time – and longer than we would probably like – to settle in together and in the Premier League. Many had not played in the Premier League before and it is a very different experience. “I’d like to think the vast majority of the players we brought in will develop and stay and produce the value we believe they had when we bought them. “This year is probably for us a transition year with a large number of new players and the manager’s job is to make the best of it.” Tim Sherwood is doing “a great job” and his public criticism of his Tottenham players following the Chelsea defeat just showed his emotion, according to Spurs board member Sir Keith Mills.
Johnson was inactive for the game. Embiid was doubtful coming into the game with a knee injury, but he ultimately started and played.He had some good moments (22 points and 15 rebounds), but Philadelphia was minus-17 with him on the floor, so he clearly wasn’t perfect which means he probably could have been using his time better than looking at a phone.We’ll see what Jimmy Butler — who called his Timberwolves teammates “soft” before he was traded to the 76ers — has to say if he is asked about this moment. This is not a good look for a team that was losing at home in the first round of the playoffs.The 76ers have fined Amir Johnson an undisclosed amount for looking at his phone in the fourth quarter of Philadelphia’s loss to the Nets in Game 1 of their first-round series. NBA playoffs 2019: Ranking the challengers to the Warriors Joel Embiid was caught along with Johnson looking at what appeared to be Johnson’s phone on the bench.The pair appeared to be looking at a text message. The 76ers were losing to the Nets at home at the time, so this is not an ideal thing to have caught on camera. Related News Amir Johnson and Embiid Laughing About Text Message While Down pic.twitter.com/rXvh156Xyc— The Render (@TheRenderNBA) April 13, 201976ers general manager Elton Brand issued a statement saying the organization has fined Johnson for “conduct detrimental to the team.” Brand said he had addressed the situation with Johnson, “and he understands why his actions were unacceptable. We are moving forward together with our focus now on Game 2.”Embiid said Johnson was just checking on his sick daughter, according to a report from The Athletic.Embiid says that Amir Johnson’s daughter was sick, and he was checking in on her during the game.— Derek Bodner (@DerekBodnerNBA) April 13, 2019Johnson later issued a statement apologizing.”I apologize for having my phone on the bench in today’s game,” the statement read. “I take full responsibility and will accept the consequences of my actions. I also apologize to my teammates, the 76ers organization and the fans for the distraction this has caused.” After the contest, 76ers coach Brett Brown commented on the situation, telling reporters “it’s completely unacceptable.”Sixers coach Brett Brown on Joel Embiid & Amir Johnson looking at cell phone on bench during Game 1 loss to Nets: “It’s completely unacceptable and we will deal with it internally, very soon. It’s not something we are and certainly don’t condone.” pic.twitter.com/oau1n7qj5G— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) April 13, 2019″It’s completely unacceptable and we will deal with it internally, very soon,” Brown said. But it appeared he had not yet spoken to Embiid or Johnson about the situation. NBA playoffs 2019: Warriors look to equal three-peat of Jordan’s Bulls and Kobe’s Lakers
Helen DavisHelen Virginia Yates McAtee Davis, 93, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, and precious friend to many died May 16, 2014.Funeral Service will be Monday, May 19, at 11 a.m. at the Church of Christ in Wellington, KS, followed by a grave-side service at Prairie Lawn Cemetery, Wellington. Visitation will be Sunday, May 18, 2014 from 1 p.m. until 8 p.m. with the family receiving friends from 4 p.m.. until 6 p.m. at the Shelley Family Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Residential Care Unit of Sumner Regional Medical Center in Wellington, KS; the Chancel Choir of the United Methodist Church in Waterville, KS; or the Church of Christ in Wellington, KS, and may be sent to the Shelley Family Funeral Home, 704 N Washington, Wellington, KS 67152.Helen was born on May 29, 1920 in Danville, KS to Ray Sewel and Lula Martin Michael Yates. She was married to Aubrey Nelson McAtee on December 1, 1945 in Waterville, KS. Four children were born to this union; Jamie Katherine, Betsy Lea, James Nelson and Susan Margaret. They were married 42 years before he preceded her in death on December 5, 1987. Helen was united in marriage to Ted Davis on November 25, 1995 and they made their home in Wellington, KS.Helen graduated from Wellington High School in 1938 and Kansas State Teachers College (now Emporia State University) in 1942. She was Homecoming Queen at KSTC in 1941. She taught vocal music at Waterville High School before becoming a stay at home wife and mother. She was very active in Girl Scouting and was a Lifetime Member of the Girl Scouts of America. Continuing to shape the lives of the youth of Waterville, Helen returned to teaching at the kindergarten level and was an active member of the Valley Heights USD #498 Board of Education. She taught voice and piano to private students in her home. She was an Ordained Minister of Music at the United Methodist Church in Waterville, where she was the Chancel Choir and Hand bell Choir Director for 50 years. She had a passion for music, and a kind and gentle spirit. Helen spent the last six and a-half years of her life as a resident of the Residential Care Unit of Sumner Regional Medical Center in Wellington, KS, where she and her family received the most gentle care from the entire staff of compassionate doctors, nurses, and care-givers.Helen is survived by Ted of the home; her son James (Pat) McAtee of Wellington; her daughters Jamie Pittman of Cottonwood Falls, KS; Betsy (Doug) Corder of Ft. Garland, CO; Susan (Brian) Richards of Olathe, KS; step-daughter Markie (Peter) Bieri, Lawrence, KS; grandchildren Joshua (Leslie) Boyd, Jadrian (Bobby) Hester, Seth (Heather) Corder, Amy Goeddel, Carey Richards; great-grandchildren Authum Hester, Ivy and Simon Boyd, Marshall and Liam Corder; step-grandchildren Kirsten (Tony) Agee; Chessa (Mike) Ronning; Britt (Kelly) Bieri; and Kenny (Natasha) Etter; step-great-grandchildren Jay and Molly Ronning, Harper Agee, and Jonny, Hunter, and Bailey Etter, and Austin Cotton; brother-in-law Don Graber; and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephewsShe was preceded in death by her parents; her first husband A.N. “Jim” McAtee; her brother, Horace Yates; her sisters, Irene Davis and Marie Graber; and grandson Eric Richards and great-grandson Aaron Hester.
MEET:Andover Middle School 12.0597th 7th Grade Girls – 1 mileTIMEPlaceMedal Date:9/23/2014 â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Sports schedule for rest of week:Â ThursdayWELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOLâ€¢Cross Country at Winfield 4 p.m.â€¢C-team Volleyball at WHS 5 p.m.â€¢JV Tennis at GoddardÂ 3 p.m.WELLINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOLâ€¢Football 7/8 at El Dorado, 5/6:30 p.m.â€¢Volleyball 7/8 at El Dorado- 5 p.m.â€¢Tennis 7/8 match – 9th St. Tennis Courts. 7th Grade Boys – 1 mile 7.5483rd RaeawnaNutt 7.5053rd WELLINGTON MS CROSS COUNTRY results. 9.3426thMedal ChanceHamel QuinnMcCue TannerDillon 8th Grade Boys – 1.5 miles SaturdayWELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOLâ€¢Varsity Tennis at Collegiate 9 p.m.â€¢C-Team Volleyball at Clearwater 9 p.m.Follow us on Twitter. Date:Â Tuesday, Sept.30thRaces start at 4:00 p.m.. JacobFriesen 10.1549th 7.0914thMedal 9 schools competing by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The Wellington tennis team finished fourth in the Wichita Collegiate tournament, the Wellington Middle School battled tough as did the cross country team, and the sports schedule for the rest of the week are featured below â€¦WHS Tennis:Wellington went to Wichita Collegiate and competed in an eight-team tournament.Â Overall, Wellington placed fourth in a pretty good field of teams.Top finisher was No. 1 singles Peyton Adams, who finished third overall going 2-1.Â Â â€œPeyton beat two very steady players – LeFevre from Goddard and Gmeiner from Newton,â€ said Brian Aufdengarten, Wellington head tennis coach.Adams also lost to Hauserman from Salina Central.In No. 1 doubles Ryleigh Buck and Madison Adams finished fourth on the day, but got a little revenge on Sailors/Wong from Newton.â€œLast week we lost to Newton after we had a tough match against McPherson, but today we played them in the opening match and looked a lot better and won,â€ Aufdengarten said.Buck/Adams then lost to the 3A state champions from last year Lindwall/Osland 8-3.â€œThis match actually had about five deuce points that we lost,â€ he said.Wellington then lost to a state qualifier team from last season from Goddard.In No.2 doubles, Cajen Shore and Dietra Sober finished fourth overall going 2-2 on the day.Â They beat Newton and Neodesha then dropped matches to Winfield and Collegiate.In No. 2 singles Madi Lewellen lost two close matches to Cole from Goddard 6-8 and in her final match against Gile from Newton in a tiebreak.Wellington plays in the 20 team Tournament of Champions this weekend at Collegiate.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢WMS tennis:Â The top six players on the Wellington Middle School Girls Tennis Team participated in the Goddard Invitational yesterday.Â The Lady Knights tied for second place overall in the 10-team tourney.Individual places were:No. 1 Singles: Â Kylie Aufdengarten – fifthNo. 1 Doubles: Â Hattie Staley and Faith Rowley – fourthNo. 2 Singles: Â Tori Lewellen – fourthNo. 2 Doubles: Â Keylee Bodkins and Grace Rowley – first.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ TylerBrown 6.3021stMedal McKennaJones NEXT race: Wellington MS InvitationalHargis Creek Watershed FridayWELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOLâ€¢Football at WHS vs. Clearwater 7 p.m. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments