Just our staff in general. Our strength and conditioning. Our nutritionists. One of the Celtic manager’s top targets was out of reach and the summer of frustration was summed up in a moment on the mobile.Losing out on a young player who wasn’t guaranteed to be an automatic pick right away at Parkhead might not seem like such a disaster in the grand scheme of things.But it’s part of a growing issue that is clearly starting to eat at Rodgers.’Terminado’ Brendan Rodgers tells Celtic chiefs to back him or he’ll quitThe Hoops boss voiced his growing discontent at the failure to get deals over theline before Wednesday’s Champions League draw with AEK Athens in Glasgow.The home result hasn’t discouraged Rodgers ahead of the return tie next week but watching McGinn end up posing for pictures in an Aston Villa strip was a sore one.He’d seemed certain to be a Celt after six weeks of tense negotiations between Peter Lawwell and Rod Petrie at Hibs.Rodgers going public didn’t go down so well with the suits upstairs but the boss wasn’t going to roll back yesterday.Brendan Rodgers in new warning to Celtic board as he is quizzed on ambitionsThere are no hard feelings when it comes to McGinn though and he said: “There are things you can learn whether you sign a player or not.”It’s gone so we move on. I spoke to John at length on Wednesday just to wish him all the very best.”It’s a great move for him. There’s disappointment for us especially when you are a lifelong Celtic supporter.”But he is joining another illustrious club with a great history, a good boss and has the chance to play in England.”He has developed a lot in last couple of years.
James drew a careful distinction, in defeat, between how the Cavaliers and Warriors were assembled. As a questioner asked him about the “superteams” he had played for in the past, James raised his eyebrows. James has been publicly supportive of Durant joining the 73 win Warriors, expressing the belief it’s good for the NBA.
Of course, he destroyed my nephew of one of his game. I could, honestly say. He is definitely fun to watch. But Nike’s ambitions are increasingly clashing with those of Baltimore based Under Armour, whichovertook Adidas last year to becomethe No. 2 sportswear brand in America. Boosted by strong demand for footwear like the ClutchFit Drive, its $125basketball shoe, the company saw sales grow 30 percent, to about $900 million, in the final quarter of 2014 over the year before..
Stunning aerial images of the festival , after thousands of festival goers pitched up their tents at Worthy Farm have been taking, showing a colourful array.Just before the serious action starts, with the main acts taking to the stage, the festival not only looks bright and beautiful but clear of rubbish and in perfect order.Looking more like a game of Candy Crush, the tents in some areas of the festival were perfectly lined up and colour coordinated awaiting their guests.For five days the festival site will host a population larger than Bath, Reading and Oxford, with staff and ticketholders adding up to 175,000 people.This year music fans will watch headliners Florence + The Machine on Friday, Kanye West on Saturday and The Who on Sunday on the famous Pyramid stage.Other musical highlights at the festival include Chemical Brothers, Rudimental, George Ezra, Motorhead, Lionel Richie, Alt J, and Paloma Faith.Tomorrow will see the music stages launch in to action from 11am, kicking off with a surprise act on the Other stage.Florence and the Machine will now headline on the famous Pyramid stage, after Foo Fighters were forced to bow out when lead singer David Grohl broke his leg.Other star acts performing tomorrow include Mark Ronson, The Proclaimers, Rudimental and Mary J Blige.Securing the best spot for your tent is a big deal at the festival, James John Harrington, 49, left his home town of Liverpool at 4.30pm on Tuesday to start queuing in order to secure one of the most coveted spots at the festival a front row pitch overlooking the main Pyramid stage.”I got here about 10pm and queued all night long until the gates opened at 8am and ran straight here,” he said.”It was great fun in the queue everybody was buzzing and excited for it to start. It was a brilliant atmosphere.”People think you’re mad but it’s part of the experience and we have the best view. It’s unreal people would pay for it.”A neighbour further along the front row described securing their favourite spot as a “military operation”.Bert Burrell, 28, from Bournemouth, who has been attending the festival since he was a teenager, said: “Our friends left at 1am from Bournemouth to lay the ground sheets for all our tents and we followed up on the coach later with more stuff.”It’s been a long time in the planning between us all it’s a military operation.