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‘Nobody will leave Leicester City – Rodgers

first_imgBrendan Rodgers says no player who he wants to keep will leave Leicester City in the January transfer window. Loading… Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year10 Of The Best Places Around The World To Go Stargazing20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World ‘If I don’t sign anyone I’m so happy to work with the players I have. ‘That’s because I know there’s still a lot of improvement to make and that the right player hasn’t been available to us. ‘So I don’t worry about that because we put our focus into the team and the players that are here.’ Leicester will be without top scorer Jamie Vardy against Wigan on Saturday as the former England striker continues to nurse a calf complaint. Vardy will return to training on Sunday and is expected to be fit for the first leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final against Aston Villa on Wednesday. Rodgers says he will rotate his squad after playing six games in 18 days either side of Christmas. But he insists that Sky Bet Championship strugglers Wigan, fresh from recording a first win in 14 games at Birmingham on Saturday, will not be underestimated. ‘We’ll make some changes, but we’ll pick a team that’s aggressive,’ Rodgers said. ‘For me, there’s no change in terms of mentality. Read Also:Rodgers proud of Leicester show after making nine changes ‘We know we have to attack the game, because they have enough good players to punish us. ‘You’ve seen our players have professionalism and we respect the opposition.’ FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Rodgers is determined to keep intact a squad who have taken Leicester to second place in the Premier League, and who have a real prospect of playing in the Champions League next season. But playmaker James Maddison has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United, while fellow England international Ben Chilwell is also reportedly attracting interest from rival clubs. ‘Nobody will leave here that we don’t want to go,’ Leicester manager Rodgers said ahead of the FA Cup third-round tie with Wigan. ‘I think we’ve had a couple of enquiries in terms of loans and for some of our younger players. ‘But the players that are always talked about and mentioned, there will be nobody going.’ ‘We know if we’re going to be playing European football next season then we’re going to need the depth, but January is a very difficult month.’ Leicester are in the market to strengthen over the next few weeks, with Rodgers keen to build on an excellent first half of the season. But the Northern Irishman says he is happy to work with the players he has if no new faces are brought in. ‘I think we’ll see if we can improve the squad, and if we don’t then we’ll have to wait until the summer,’ Rodgers said. ‘But as I’ve said before we’re in a really good place and we don’t want to stockpile. ‘They have to be players that are going to improve the squad.last_img read more

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Bulldogs Strong Showing At EIAC Track Meet

first_imgIt was a perfect night for a track meet! Temperature was great, not much wind, and no rain in site! The Batesville Bulldogs took advantage of it and had some incredible performances.The guys captured the Conference Title as they outscored theiropponents by just over 20 points and continue their undefeated season. The Bulldogs put together a score of 155 points to Rushville’s 134.5. East Central was third with 87, followed by Connerville-65, Franklin County 51, Greensburg 46, South Dearborn 43and Lawrenceburg 24.Despite some adversity on the girls side and finding out this week that 3 varsity girls would be out because of injury, the other girls stepped up their game and put together some awesome performances. Seeded to receive 3rd place, the lady Bulldogs were just 3 points shy of a conference championship and proudly accept the runner up honors. Just outscoring the Bulldogs were the East Central Trojans with 134 points to Batesville’s 131. (Batesville was only seeded to score 112 points!) They were followed by Greensburg with 127.5, Connersville 80.5, Franklin County 52.5, Rushville 50.5, South Dearborn 21.5 and Lawrenceburg 8.5.  BBatesville also proudly claimed the guys MVP awardgiven to Peter Heil! Peter had a stellar night winning in all 3 of his individual events, the 110 hurdles with a personal best of 15.43, the 300m hurdles, also with a personal best of 40.21, the long jump with another personal best of 20’9.25″ and was a part of the 4 x 400 relay which ran a personal best of 3:30 and coming in second place by 1/2 a second.Batesville also had some other individual conference champions on the night. They were: Connor Bell in the 800m run (2:03.55),Clare Bruns in the 300m hurdles with a PR (49.10), Kelsey Gausman in the 800m run (2:28.37), the boys 4 x 800 team of Garrett Yorn, Caleb Moster, Cole Nuhring and Connor Bell, both the boys and girls 4 x 100m relay of Jacob Koehne, Tanner Ayette, Garrett Yorn, Michael Tunny and Madeleine Robben, Haylee Harmeyer, Mary Elizabeth Elkins, Clare Bruns, and the girls 4 x 400m relay of Haylee Harmeyer, Madeleine Robben, Mary Elizabeth Elkins and Clare Bruns with a PR (4:13.00).Just missing out as Conference Champions by less than a second, but breaking their own school record by another 3.5 seconds was the girls 4 x 800 team of Mary Poltrack, Maria Wessel, Sarah Poltrack and Kelsey Gausman. (10:07.32).Batesville also had several other runner up awards to hand out and they went to:Clare Bruns-100m hurdlesTanner Ayette-100m dash and 200m dashMichael Tunny-400m dashMary Elizabeth Elkins-400m dash and long jumpMadeleine Robben-200m dashCaleb Moster-3200m runMary Poltrack-3200m runSamantha Heidlage-shot putBoys 4 x 400 team of Garrett Yorn, John Moody, Peter Heil and Michael Tunny3rd place finishers were:Caleb Moster-1600m runJohn Moody-400m dashAlison Muckerheide-long jumpKevin Bedel-high jump4th place went to:Jessica Wagers-pole vaultLuke Forbeck-discusTimothy Tunny-high jump5th place finshers were:Haylee Harmeyer-100m dash and 200m dashGrant Meyers-1600m runKelsey Gausman-1600m runGarrett Wagner-300m hurdlesCole Nuhring-800m runMichael Tunny-200m dashScoring in 6th place:Samantha Heidlage-discusKevin Bedel-discusMaria Wessel-3200m runChris Riffle-3200m runMaddie Pierson-400m dashSarah Poltrack-1600m runJacob Koehne-100m dashGarrett Wagner-110m hurdlesThere were no 7th place finishers for Batesville, but finishing out the scoring in 8th place were:Emma Gausman-800m runRobert Strobel-pole vaultAvni Patel-shot putAgain, as the weather was beautiful for a track meet, there were a plethora of personal records turned in by the Bulldogs and they were:110/100m hurdles-Peter Heil and Clare Bruns100m dash-Tanner Ayette200m dash-Madeleine Robben, Haylee Harmeyer300m hurdles-Peter Heil and Clare Bruns400m dash-Mary Elizabeth Elkins800m run-Emma Gausman1600m run-Caleb Moster and Grant Meyers3200m run-Chris Riffle, Mary Poltrack and Maria WesselLong Jump-Peter Heil, Alison MuckerheideShot Put-Avni PatelDiscus-Luke Forbeck4 x 800 splits of Mary Poltrack and the whole team’s total time4 x 400 splits of Garrett Yorn, Madeleine Robben and Clare Bruns as well as both team’s (boys and girls) total team timeThe Bulldogs are looking strong as both teams now head into Sectional competition next week. The girls compete Tuesday at Franklin County and the boys’ Sectional is Thursday at East Central. Best of luck!The JV Track and Field team will finish out their season this Saturday as they compete in the JV Conference meet at South Dearborn. Action begins at 10am.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.last_img read more

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