– Advertisement – – Advertisement – Russell Wilson connects with David Moore for a 55-yard touchdown against the Bills Prior to the season wide receiver Tyler Lockett detailed the unwavering culture across the organisation as a key to the Seahawks’ success under Carroll.“I think the biggest thing is what he [Carroll] brings to the table never changes,” Lockett told Sky Sports on NFL 32 LIVE.“Sometimes it’s just the players that change, but it’s still the same players, they’ve got the same grit, they want to be able to make a difference, and they get a lot of people that come on the team and they don’t want to be about themselves but they want to be about something greater, and for us it’s just really being able to fall behind leadership and that’s what we did.”Sky Sports NFL is your dedicated channel for NFL coverage through the season – featuring a host of NFL Network programming, a new weekly preview show as well as at least five games a week and NFL Redzone, you won’t miss a moment. Don’t forget to follow us on skysports.com/nfl, our Twitter account @SkySportsNFL & Sky Sports – on the go! The Seattle Seahawks have made the playoffs in eight of 10 seasons under Pete Carroll, winning four NFC West titles and lifting the Lombardi Trophy on one of two trips to the Super Bowl. Carroll is also the winningest head coach in franchise history By Cameron HogwoodLast Updated: 09/11/20 11:57am A look back at the action and talking points from Week 9 of the NFL season 0:47 Russell Wilson connects with David Moore for a 55-yard touchdown against the Bills – Advertisement – A look back at the action and talking points from Week 9 of the NFL season The Seattle Seahawks and Pete Carroll have agreed a four-year contract extension set to make him one of the highest-paid head coaches in the NFL.ESPN were first to report the news prior to the Seattle Seahawks’ Week Nine defeat to the Buffalo Bills, with NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport following suit.The new deal ties the 69-year-old down in Seattle through the 2025 season, following on from Carroll’s claim earlier this year that he wished to coach for at least five more years.Seattle have reached the playoffs in eight of 10 seasons since Carroll’s arrival in 2010, winning one of two Super Bowl appearances as well as clinching four NFC West titles.Carroll is the winningest head coach in Seahawks history with a record of 106-60-1, while his 139-91-1 career regular-season record and 150-91-1 record including playoffs both rank 22nd all time in the NFL. – Advertisement – 4:04
Former Bayern Munich goalkeeper Oliver Kahn has warned Mario Mandzukic he is not indispensable after the Croatia forward was left out of the squad for the Bundesliga champion’s first game of 2014.Mandzukic’s name was surprisingly absent from the teamsheet when Bayern faced Borussia Monchengladbach in the club’s last encounter.Instead, Mario Gotze played in attack, opening the scoring in a 2-0 win, while Mandzukic was left behind in Munich.With Robert Lewandowski arriving from Borussia Dortmund, the Croatian may find his opportunities limited even further next season, but Kahn believes that is the normal destiny of a Bayern Munich striker.”Just look in the past and you’ll see that Bayern strikers often only have a short shelf-life,” he told the Bild newspaper.”Even when they score lots of goals, they get swapped, and Mario Mandzukic risks the same fate. “Everybody at Bayern is dispensable, particularly the strikers.”Mandzukic has been linked with a move away from Bayern, with Italian side Juventus reportedly monitoring events across the Alps.
Nominations are sought for seven award categories:Club of the Year sponsored by HowDidIDoThe stand-out club, recognised for its inspiring, forward-thinking approachMost Welcoming Golf ClubFor the club which goes above and beyond to reach out to allCounty of the YearThe county which does its best for its players and clubsVolunteer of the YearSomeone whose commitment and contribution has a huge impact in golfYoung Ambassador of the YearA young person, aged under 25 on the day of the Awards, who represents the very best of their generationCoach of the YearA PGA-accredited coach whose passion and commitment helps to grow the gameLifetime Service AwardSomeone who has made a remarkable contribution to golf over many years 9 Nov 2017 England Golf Awards – what it means to win! Who will win the England Golf Awards 2018? What will it mean?To find out, we asked two winners from this year’s Awards to tell us how their success had made a difference.Emma Anderson, the Young Ambassador of the Year, and Jenny Holmes from Fynn Valley, the Most Welcoming Club, are both enjoying the benefits of their wins – and urging everyone to make their nominations now for the 2018 Awards. The Awards will be presented at a glitzy, black-tie event at The Royal Lancaster London, on Thursday, 22 February 2018.Fynn Valley Golf Club, near Ipswich in Suffolk, won the Most Welcoming Golf Club Award – and put itself firmly on the map. “It definitely raised our profile,” said Jenny Holmes, a director of the rural, family-run cub. “People heard of us nationally and it was really nice to have a positive news story to tell.”The club was featured in the golf media and in local press and radio – and the video made for the England Golf Awards dinner now takes pride of place on the Fynn Valley website.“We wouldn’t have produced it because it would look as though we were blowing our own trumpet. But if someone else wants to say those things about you it’s great!” said Jenny.The warm welcome is part and parcel of the Fynn Valley experience and it’s set to get even better. “Winning the award has given us a fantastic message to carry forward,” said Jenny. “We are building a brand new clubhouse which will open in autumn 2018, it’s purpose designed and has a central reception area which can only improve the welcome. It’s really exciting.”Jenny urges other clubs to get nominated for the 2018 awards. “I didn’t think we stood a chance – so give it a go!”Nottinghamshire’s Emma Anderson was honoured as England’s Young Ambassador of the Year in recognition of her work in her county to inspire new players, particularly girls.The Sherwood Forest golfer (pictured left) is a tireless volunteer – and winning the award has brought her new opportunities to make a difference on a bigger stage.“For people who want to go further in sport it can only help to open doors, to introduce them to people in the industry and give them a chance to make an impression,” said Emma.She is set to be a Young Ambassador for England Golf and was involved in the launch of the Plan for Children and Young People’s Golf. The 20-year-old university student was also invited to present the annual awards for the charity, the Golf Foundation.Emma, a member of the England Golf Youth Panel, uses the opportunities to encourage the older golfing community to consider the youth perspective – and to point out that what suits seven-year-olds doesn’t work for those in their late teens and early 20s!She has great memories of her win, remarking: “It was a massive honour.” And now, she’s keen to encourage nominations for the 2018 Awards. Tags: Award, England Golf Awards Click here for more details and to nominateImages copyright Leaderboard Photography
Submitted by The City of OlympiaThe City of Olympia’s Saturday Drop-Off Site opens for the season on Saturday, March 7, 2015. The site is located at the City’s Maintenance Center, 1401 Eastside Street, SE. The site is open every Saturday through November 21, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. We accept scrap metal, yard debris and traditional recyclables at the site. The site is open all holiday weekends.Recycle Non-Appliance and Clean Scrap MetalAre you cleaning out your barn or garden shed? Have any metal waste, such as tools, fencing, fenders, wheels, posts, tanks, wire, car parts or outdoor furniture? Bring them to Olympia’s Saturday Drop-off Site, where we accept clean, non-appliance scrap metal. There is no fee for scrap metal disposal. Please note the following:All plastic must be removed.No fluids or gasses of any kind. For safety reasons, an attendant will check that all units containing oil, hydraulics or transmission fluids, gasoline, other fuels or gasses, etc., have been properly drained or otherwise cleaned. See the web site listed below for more information.Sorry, no paint cans or batteries.No refrigerators, microwaves, television sets, washing machines or other appliances.Yard Debris and WasteOlympia residents may bring grass, garden clippings, prunings, brambles, brush, and branches. Wood is also acceptable as long as it is untreated and unpainted (nails are okay). Rates are assessed on load size and type of material, cash and check accepted. Customers are required to unload their own vehicles, so bring only what you can physically handle.Traditional RecyclablesDo you have extra recycling from a special clean out, a recent move, or simply more than your cart can hold? Olympia garbage customers can now bring their extra recyclables at no charge to the Saturday Drop-off Site:PaperCardboardAluminum and tin cansPlastic bottles, jugs, dairy tubsPlastic rigid flower potsPlastic bucketsGlass bottles and jarsVisit olympiawa.gov/satdropoff for additional information and resources. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0