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    THE away goals rule has become the most common way to decide a two-legged tie in football. It was introduced by Uefa in 1965 and has been a feature of competitions ever since, but is the rule used in the EFL play-offs? 1 The EFL play-offs are back and as unpredictable as everCredit: Getty Do away goals count in the EFL play-offs? Away goals do not count double in the EFL play-offs. The Football League did use the rule but chose to abolish it in 1999. This decision was made after an initiative by then-Ipswich Town chairman David Sheepshanks. Sheepshanks' Tractor Boys lost via the rule in 1997 and 1999 despite finishing higher than their opponents in the league on both occasions. What is the away goals rule? The away goals rule is the most commonly used way of deciding football matches played over two legs. If the scores are level after 90 minutes at home and 90 minutes away then, rather than go to penalties, the team that scored most goals in the away game goes through. The idea...
    Many Arizonans are concerned that if there is clear evidence of massive voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election race in Arizona, the election will need to be decertified. Senate President Karen Fann (R-Prescott) reaffirmed this during an interview with web-based show The Undercurrent. Fann appeared to be under the perception the reporter was a conservative. Undercurrent reporter Lauren Windsor asked Fann about the investigation into the independent Maricopa County ballot audit by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, who has produced a preliminary interim report. “Is Brnovich taking this seriously, is he going to certify?” Windsor asked. Fann responded: His job is not to decertify, I never said that. His job is to verify the information we give him, gave him, to show that it was true and correct. Then he’s going to take that information and say, now, was that done fraudulently, did somebody do this on purpose? Did they mess with ballots or what it is that we found? Or is he going to say it was just ineptness, people were not doing their job. That’s his job...
    The Irish, Sigmund Freud is said to have said, are the only people impervious to psychoanalysis. I’d love to read his files on Roddy Doyle and J.P. Donleavy. Since his first novel, The Commitments (1987), Roddy Doyle has become to Ireland what Dickens was to England, a chronicler of the crudeness and vitality of the working class. As Robert Christgau wrote in Spin in a review of Doyle’s great novel The Woman Who Walked Into Doors, “Doyle’s genius is to construct a vernacular that does justice to the humor, empathy, resilience, savor, curiosity, and moral discrimination of his characters’ unexpectedly rich lives.” If I may interrupt myself for a moment, why isn’t Roddy Doyle taken more seriously as a candidate for the Nobel Prize? Because he is hugely popular, with several films made from his best books? Perhaps because he’s hugely prolific, having written 19 novels and more than a dozen volumes of nonfiction (including a lovely homage to his parents, Rory & Ita), plays (plus a translation of Gogol’s apocalyptic farce The Government Inspector), and numerous books for children...
    Former President TrumpDonald TrumpNevada county to consider counting all ballots by hand Omarosa hit with K penalty over failure to file financial disclosure Trump says he's 'surprised' Putin ordered Ukraine invasion MORE appeared to suggest in an interview that former Vice President Pence would not be his 2024 running mate if Trump opts to seek a second term again. In an interview with the Washington Examiner on Tuesday, Trump said of Pence running alongside him: “I don’t think the people would accept it.” Trump said that he was “disappointed in Mike” after Pence refused to contest the 2020 presidential election results during Congress' official count of Electoral College votes amid pressure from Trump to do so. “Mike thought he was going to be a human conveyor belt, that no matter how fraudulent the votes, you have to send them up to the Old Crow,” the former president told the Examiner, using a label he has for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellLawmakers back Biden on potential economic penalties for China  The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Will Russia use chemical weapons?...
    It is primary day in Texas, and new identification requirements for voters who cast their ballots by mail are causing problems for thousands in the Lone Star State. But there’s still time to shore up those votes and correct those ballots. NBC News reported Tuesday that, since last night, election officials throughout Texas have been contacting voters—when their information is available—by phone and email to alert them to missing criteria.   Texas Republicans changed numerous election laws in the wake of former President Donald Trump’s push to relitigate his 2020 loss to President Joe Biden. One of those changes made it so that a form of identification, like a driver’s license number or partial social security number, must be written on mail-in ballots or the envelope the completed ballot is returned in. That number must match exactly whatever number the voter listed on their original voter registration. But many have had trouble remembering those details, especially when it has been decades since they last registered. To add, the only voters in Texas allowed to submit mail-in ballots are voters who are sick or disabled, over 65, expected to give birth within three weeks...
    After more than a week of lies, hypocrisy, partisan bickering, bureaucratic bumbling and the inevitably idiotic comparison to the crucifixion of Jesus — by his own father, no less — the Novak Djokovic story still boils down to this: He threw away a chance to make history at the Australian Open by whiffing on two shots. OK, three, if you count the booster. If the punishment seems harsh, just wait. Djokovic’s legal team has appealed Immigration Minister Alex Hawke’s decision to cancel the 34-year-old Serb’s visa on public interest grounds, but his chances of a second win in court are slim. A final ruling is expected Sunday, less than 24 hours before the tournament gets underway. “This pandemic has been incredibly difficult for every Australian, but we have stuck together and saved lives and livelihoods. … Australians have made many sacrifices during this pandemic, and they rightly expect the result of those sacrifices to be protected,” Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Friday in a statement. “This is what the Minister is doing in taking this action today.” The pandemic isn’t...
    Lead prosecutor in the case against Kyle Rittenhouse, Thomas Binger, said Monday that Rittenhouse’s claim of self-defense does not count since he had a gun in his possession. WATCH: But Binger’s claim lacks reason, as he is seemingly disregarding the possibility that Rittenhouse could have been strangled or beaten to death by Joseph Rosenbaum or any other individual during the riot, despite them technically being unarmed. Binger also fails to acknowledge that Rittenhouse likely had no way of knowing whether Rosenbaum, who chased him through a parking lot, was armed. (RELATED: Corporate Media Labeled Rittenhouse A Murderer. But The Trial Seems To Prove Otherwise) The prosecution made several other inflammatory statements Monday during closing arguments, noting that “everyone takes a beating every now and then, right?” in an attempt to apparently claim an individual does not have the right to shoot someone even if they are being physically attacked.
    Student loan forgiveness has stalled, but Biden is continuing COVID-era payment freeze Gather prayers online? Some praise, some doubts as Facebook rolls out a prayer tool It was the women who pushed the United States to the top of the gold medal table in the final hours of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. And it was the women who contributed most of the American success in ways they hadn't before.  Of the 113 total medals Team USA won in Tokyo, 66 were won entirely by women. It's the most ever won by women competing for the U.S. at the Olympics. And it comes during the 25th anniversary of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, a pivotal moment for female athletics, as well as 49 years after Title IX, the law mandating equal treatment for girls and women.  That's 58.4% of the medal haul, surpassing the 55.8% won by women at the 2012 London Olympics. Those were previously the Games with the highest percentage of female medal winners for the U.S.  Men won 41 medals in Tokyo and six were won in mixed...
    ROMELU LUKAKU will count as a homegrown player if Chelsea pull off their stunning £100million transfer. The Blues are pushing to bring back their former striker from Inter Milan after being priced out of a move for Erling Haaland. 2Romelu Lukaku will count as a homegrown player if and when he returns to ChelseaCredit: Getty 2Romelu Lukaku spent three years on the books of Chelsea between 2011 and 2014 between the ages of 18 and 21Credit: Getty Borussia Dortmund want in excess of £150m for the Norwegian superstar. But bagging Lukaku will come with an added benefit with the Belgian ace qualifying as homegrown. To classify as homegrown, a player must have been 'trained by their club or by another club in the same national association for at least three years between the ages of 15 and 21'. Chelsea signed Lukaku from Anderlecht in 2011 when he was 18 years old, and he was contracted with them until 2014, meaning he served his three-year period. The Premier League stipulate each squad must have a minimum of eight homegrown players. Lukaku...
    NEW YORK (AP) — A majority of NY state Assembly members now favor impeaching Gov. Cuomo if he doesn’t resign, according to an AP count. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Europe Bosco d’Otreppe Subscribers Published on 02-26-21 at 10:26 am – Updated 02-26-21 at 10:30 am © Berzane Nasser / ABACA Jean d’Orléans (center), count of Paris and head of the House of France. “And if ?” What if France had remained a Kingdom? No doubt these two little interrogative words, like a haunting ritornello, have always carried the daily life of Jean d’Orléans. “And if ?” And if tomorrow the Republic wishes to find its kings, will it be its turn to ascend the throne? This is not certain, because the fight would be bitter, historical and legal between himself, Jean, count of Paris, leader of the Orleanists and descendant of the last reigning king, and his rival Louis de Bourbon, Duke of Anjou , who holds the place of eldest in the family tree of...
    Attorney Alan DershowitzAlan Morton DershowitzSunday shows preview: Congress inches toward stimulus package amid COVID-19 surge Sunday shows preview: Biden transition, COVID-19 spike in spotlight The Hill's 12:30 Report: War over the Supreme Court MORE said the Supreme Court turning down Texas’s election lawsuit sent a message that President TrumpDonald TrumpOne person shot in Washington state during violent election protest Pro-Trump protestors, counter-protesters and police clash in DC after day of election demonstrations COVID-19 infections spread rapidly as officials race to distribute vaccine MORE and his allies ‘can’t count on the judiciary’ to help overturn the results of the election.  “The three justices that President Trump appointed, his three justices, voted not to hear the case,” Dershowitz said during an interview with John Catsimatidis on his radio show on WABC 770 AM.  “I think it’s a message to him and his team that you can’t count on the judiciary, you can’t count on the courts,” he said. Dershowitz, a contributor to The Hill, said the president and his allies needed a “perfect storm” in order to overturn the election results, which includes...
    PHILADELPHIA -- Democrat Joe Biden's narrow but growing margin in the presidential race drew him closer to winning Pennsylvania's cache of 20 electoral votes Friday as county-by-county teams of ballot counters continued to toil.The canvassing that in a normal year would be wrapping up on Friday will carry into next week, with many counties waiting until Monday to begin going through provisional ballots.The Philadelphia City Commissioners announced Saturday morning there will be a new batch of ballot results sometime between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET. The spokesman said it would be a "couple thousand" votes.Tens of thousands of remaining mail-in ballots - as well as the provisional ballots and those cast by military and overseas voters - will decide whether Biden's slim lead holds up or if Republican President Donald Trump can find the votes he needs to repeat his 2016 victory in the state. There are approximately 35,000 to 40,000 ballots in Philadelphia left to process - a combination of provisional ballots.President Donald Trump announced on Twitter his lawyers will hold a press conference at 11:30 a.m. ET...
    DONALD Trump "will absolutely" run for re-election again in 2024 if he loses to Joe Biden this year, his ex-chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said. Mulvaney said on Thursday that he could see Trump running again if he's beaten by Biden during the fraught 2020 battle, which has seen protests erupt as Americans anxiously await the results. ⚠️ Read our US election live blog for the latest news & updates 10Mulvaney echoed other ex-aides' assessments that Trump will run again if he losesCredit: Twitter 10The president's ex-chief of staff said he 'would absolutely expect the president to stay involved in politics'Credit: Getty Images - Getty 10Trump incorrectly stated tonight that 'if you count the illegal votes –  [Democrats] can try to steal the election from us'Credit: Getty Images - Getty "After this election's over who is the leading Republican candidate for 2024?" he told the Dublin think tank Institute for International and European Affairs. "I think now, folks are starting to realize, wait a second, if Donald Trump loses he might be the guy, and I'm telling you, absolutely. "I would...
    President Donald Trump promised Thursday to level significant legal action to challenge elections in important swing states after watching his margin of victory whittled away by late-counted ballots for Vice President Joe Biden. “We think there’s going to be a lot of litigation because we have so much evidence, so much proof, it’s going to end up perhaps at the highest court in the land, you’ll see,” he said. “We think there’ll be a lot of litigation, because we cannot have an election stolen like this.” The president spoke to reporters at the White House press briefing, demanded transparency in the process, and casting doubt on the Democrat-run voting systems. “We want every legal vote counted, and I want every legal vote counted,” he said. “We want openness and transparency – no secret count rooms, no mystery ballots, no illegal votes being cast after Election Day.” The president said he correctly predicted that mail-in ballots opened the election up to fraud and that they would challenge the results. “Democrat officials never believed they could win this election honestly. I really...
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said without evidence on Thursday that if "legal" votes are counted he would win the presidential election, in a signal he is in no mood to concede to Democrat Joe Biden. "If you count the legal votes I easily win," Trump said in an appearance in the White House briefing room, complaining that ballots still being counted suggest to him that the election is being rigged and stolen from him. (Reporting by Jeff Mason and Steve Holland; Editing by Leslie Adler) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters. Tags: United States
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