Despite admitting “respect for a very good Jamaica College team”, St George’s College’s coach, Neville Bell, said his charges are looking forward to ending the ‘dark blues’ reign in their backyard in today’s ISSA-FLOW Manning Cup final at Sabina Park.Bell is eyeing a clean sweep of all titles this season.”We want to win everything, but again, this is football and we are going to go up against a pretty decent team. We wanted to be in the final. This is what we have played for all season.”We know the Jamaica College team and they know us. They are a very very good team. We have a lot of respect for them,” Bell said.Bell’s team beat the defending champions 4-0 in the FLOW Super Cup recently, but he is aware that game is in the past, and today’s game is another massive encounter.”The ball is round and we certainly hope that we can execute just as well as in the Super Cup. We did well last week, that’s finished. They lost the FLOW Cup, they are now thinking about the Manning Cup, and so are we. Hopefully, we can get as good or even a better performance than we got last week,” Bell told The Gleaner.- S.F.
latest Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos A small candle was placed in front of the floral tributes as people gathered to pray for anybody who may have been on the helicopter.Messages from Leicester fans on the flowers included “In our thoughts!!” and “Thank you xx”.One fan left a card of a fox with their flowers which read: “Thinking of you all.” Aston Villa and Manchester City shirts and scarves being laid here. Dozens of people coming along to pay their respects. pic.twitter.com/j5DmKLFDTL— Ian Stringer (@StringerSport) October 28, 2018 Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City The floral tributes left by fans at the site of the accident whoops A Nottingham Forest and Derby County fan, together, paying respect at Leicester City. There have been thousands of people here today offering their sympathies and spending time with each other in a dignified and respectful way ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/sccrKxwsvo— Ian Stringer (@StringerSport) October 28, 2018 Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ SORRY People arrived in their droves to pay respect to the victims It is believed the Thai billionaire was one of five people on board the aircraft but an official statement on passengers and their condition has yet to be released.The tragedy is being described as the “darkest day” in the club’s history, and mourners arrived at the King Power Stadium throughout Sunday to pay their respects and leave tributes.Bouquets, flags and football shirts were left outside the ground alongside a large image of the Hindu god Ganesh. Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? Self-made Thai billionaire Mr Srivaddhanaprabha is cery highly thought of in Leicester after he bought the Foxes for £39million in 2010, and became chairman the following February.Under his ownership, the club rose out of the Championship and eventually won the Premier League for the first time in its history in 2015-16, defying odds of 5,000-1.The 60-year-old is also praised for his charity work, donating £2 million towards a new children’s hospital. 6 ‘I’ll get him’ – Robertson further endears himself to fans with revenge vow to Mane Fans at Selhurst Park paid their respects to the victims Thousands gathered outside Leicester City’s ground on Sunday to leave tributes to the victims of a helicopter crash which is feared to have taken the life of the club’s owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.A helicopter owned by Srivaddhanaprabha came down outside the King Power Stadium shortly after the Premier League game against West Ham on Saturday evening and burst into flames. A Leicester City spokesman said: “We are assisting Leicestershire Police and the Emergency Services in dealing with a major incident at King Power Stadium. The club will issue a more detailed statement once further information has been established.”Leicester manager Claude Puel has spoken of his sadness following the helicopter crash.The French boss was rumoured to have been on board the aircraft at one point but confirmed both he and his wife were safe.“It’s a tragedy for the club,” he told a French radio station.“I think very strongly about the victims and their families, and I wanted to reassure everyone who cares about me, I’m terribly sad but I’m fine.” Images of the scene have emerged since the incident LATEST 6 The mangled wreckage of the helicopter pictured Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT gameday cracker Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Leicestershire Police has said the Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) will now be leading the investigation into the circumstances of the helicopter crash.The AAIB confirmed on Sunday morning its investigators had been deployed at the site.A spokesman added: “A team from the AAIB has been deployed to the site and is investigating. Anyone with information that might be helpful to the investigation is asked to contact the police.”In a statement released in the early hours of Sunday, the police said: “The aircraft came down in a car park near the stadium shortly after 8.30pm yesterday evening (Saturday 27 October) with Leicestershire Police, East Midlands Ambulance Service and Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service all responding to the incident.“A cordon is currently in place at the scene to enable the AAIB to examine the area and complete their initial enquiries.“Leicestershire Police will be supporting the AAIB in its investigation, liaising closely with Leicester City Football Club as enquiries continue.” BEST OF An eerie afternoon at the King Power Stadium for understandably, tragic reasons #lcfc Tributes left by fans of various clubs including Wolves, Liverpool and Sheffield United 🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/sO5fVvAsQQ— Mr Geoff Peters (@mrgeoffpeters) October 28, 2018Supporters from rival clubs also paid their respects and left shirts at the stadium. tense 6 Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was a hugely popular figure at the club The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 revealed MOST READ ON TALKSPORT.COM 6 Wolves shirt left at the King Power shrine this morning, other tributes from Liverpool, Inter Milan, West Ham, Man Utd fans #LCFC pic.twitter.com/F8Oo06unBU— Martin Fricker (@martinfricker) October 28, 2018 East Midlands Ambulance Service said the alarm was raised at 8.38pm and it sent a doctor, ambulance and team of paramedics alongside a hazardous area response team to the car park outside the stadium.It has not been confirmed how many people were in the helicopter or how serious their injuries are, and it is not clear whether anyone on the ground was affected.But there are fears that the crash and resulting fireball could have left the pilot and passengers little chance of survival. One witness told Sky News: “I hope they’re okay. Doesn’t seem like they have had much of a chance. Just burst into flames.”Witnesses told Sky Sports News the helicopter took off from the pitch but lost control within a few seconds and crashed in the club’s staff car park.The website Planefinder said that Mr Srivaddhanaprabha’s Agusta Westland AW169 helicopter set off from near Fairoaks Airport in Surrey at about 2.45pm on Saturday, and travelled into Fulham, west London, before turning north and proceeding to the King Power Stadium in Leicester. Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions 6 scrap 6 PAYBACK “Divided by colours, united by grief” – Rival fans also paying tribute after the #Leicester owner is reported to have been on board the helicopter which crashed on Saturday pic.twitter.com/NMiNxKYnrU— Josh Payne (@JoshPaynePA) October 28, 2018Minute’s silences were held ahead of the Premier League matches between Burnley and Chelsea, and Manchester United and Everton, while there was a warm applause for the victims ahead of Crystal Palace vs Arsenal. Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion