Unlucky not to get all 3 points today but we go again! 🔵⚪️ pic.twitter.com/fwAFWbxooN— Mide Shodipo (@MideSho) September 10, 2016Many QPR fans on Twitter were full of praise for Olamide Shodipo following the 1-1 draw against Blackburn.Rangers were below par at Loftus Road, but the performance of 19-year-old winger Shodipo was a definite positive.Shodipo was outstanding against Blackburn deserves to be given more games #QPR— Tony Smith (@Tony56QPR) September 11, 2016Frustrating game today… Thought Perch and Shodipo were the pick of the bunch. All too slow and predictable coming forward though #QPR— S Michail (@smichail89) September 10, 2016Olamide Oluwatimilehin Babatunde Oluwaka Shodipo… Remember the name #QPR 🔵⚪️🔵⚪️— S Michail (@smichail89) September 10, 2016Shodipo had his moments. Not sure about the end product yet but plenty of intent there— Ben Walker (@qprbenjamin163) September 10, 2016First game I’ve actually thought Shodipo has looked decent, still has a lot to work on though— Austin (@austin_harris24) September 10, 2016Positives. Shodipo an exciting prospect on the wings. Little green as expected with age but will only improve with game time. #QPR— Paul Nasr (@SkyPaulNasr) September 10, 2016Shodipo looks more promising every game— Shaunna (@ShaunnaGleeson) September 10, 2016Frustrating draw. FK by Chery was incredible. Shodipo MOTM. Do we finally have a youth player that will stake a place in the first team #qpr— James Evans (@Jimeevans) September 10, 2016Frustrating to only get a point. Shodipo was superb. Just need to play with a higher tempo from the start. #QPR #QPRBLA— Darren Truswell (@DarrenTruswell) September 10, 2016Dreadful performance and result, only positive today was Shodipo who looks decent.— Jack (@JackM_QPR) September 10, 2016Thought Shodipo was outstanding yesterday lively direct and probably the only player in our team with pace #QPR— Russell Maynard (@maynardqpr) September 11, 2016See also:QPR v Blackburn – as it happenedCoyle convinced Blackburn have turned cornerQPR boss explains Polter substitutionChery’s sublime strike not enough for QPRHasselbaink insists QPR deserved moreQPR v Blackburn player ratingsFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio Soybean Association (OSA) and Ohio Soybean Council (OSC) welcomed Emilie Regula as the OSA Policy & Membership Coordinator/OSC Marketing & Outreach Coordinator.As Policy & Membership Coordinator, Regula will assist with OSA’s legislative and policy program, coordinate membership campaigns, and organize OSA participation in statewide, regional and national programs and events. As Marketing & Outreach Coordinator, Regula will assist with OSC’s marketing projects related to animal agriculture and soy biodiesel, and coordinate outreach to key industry partners.Regula joins OSA and OSC after several years of legislative experience, first as Legislative Aide with State Senator Frank LaRose, and then as Legislative Liaison with the Ohio Treasurer of State. Most recently Regula was Senior Legislative Aide in the office of State Senator Cliff Hite, chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee. Regula also is a graduate of the Jo Ann Davidson Ohio Leadership Institute.Regula grew up on her family’s Stark County farm and showed steers every year with her 4-H group. She earned a degree in Political Science from the University of Akron.
Malaysia Cup No National Stadium for Malaysia Cup final as FMLLP turn to Shah Alam Stadium Ooi Kin Fai Last updated 2 years ago 08:13 12/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Goal Malaysia Cup Johor Darul Ta’zim Melaka United Selangor Kedah Perak Pahang PKNP FELDA United FMLLP forced to seek alternative option for 2017 Malaysia Cup final following Bukit Jalil National Stadium’s unavailability. After all the upgrading done and supposedly better pitch put in place at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium, it will not be the venue for the 2017 Malaysia Cup final.Football Malaysia Limited Liability Partnership (FMLLP) today announced that the final will be held at Shah Alam Stadium instead. The final is scheduled to be played on 4 November 2017. Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing The initial final date of 28 October 2017 was pushed back due to the scheduling changes that had to be taken into effect because of the recently concluded KL 2017 SEA Games.As all the other group matches, quarterfinals and semi-finals had to be delayed, this caused the final to be pushed to the now November date.However, this change also meant that the final cannot be played in the spanking refurbished National Stadium. This comes after the SEA Games football final also couldn’t be held at Bukit Jalil.As the National Stadium had already been booked for another event, it meant that FMLLP had to seek alternative option and it has been now decided that Shah Alam Stadium will be the venue of the final.It’s another big blow to situation surrounding the National Stadium when cup final isn’t given the priority. Imagine if the English FA Cup final had to be held in a different stadium because Wembley Stadium had already been booked by another event.Eight teams are still left in the Malaysia Cup competition this season after the completion of the group stage last Saturday. The first leg of the quarterfinals will take place this weekend.
Art Production Fund (APF) is honored to announce that Co-Founders Doreen Remen and Yvonne Force Villareal have been awarded the 2014 Lennon Ono Grant for Peace for their public art program since 2000.A biennial award inaugurated by Yoko Ono in 2002 to honor the peace activism of John Lennon, the grant’s past recipients have included Doctors Without Borders, Pussy Riot, and The Centre for Constitutional Rights. APF will donate the entirety of the $52,000 grant to two urgent nonprofit organizations: Coalition for the Homeless’ First Step Training Program for Women and Spirituality for Kids.“We have long admired Yoko Ono as an artist and activist who has dedicated her life to promoting peace,” said Remen and Force Villareal. “Receiving this award is truly humbling and instills in both of us an even deeper desire to advocate for peace on a local and global scale.”“Our children are our future, and with raised consciousness and self-awareness, they will lead us to a world of peace and harmony,” said Doreen Remen. “Upon receiving news of the grant, I immediately wanted to share this privilege with Spirituality for Kids, a ground-breaking non-profit that provides children with the opportunity and tools to develop respect and care for themselves, others, and the world around them. It is through their individual thoughts and actions that global unity and peace will be achieved.”“As a mother, feminist, and career women, I am ecstatic to support the Coalition for the Homeless’ First Step Training Program for Women,” said Yvonne Force Villareal. “The program empowers these courageous women who deeply desire to create positive change in their lives, but lack resources and job training. Peace starts in a stable and safe home.”The Lennon Ono Grant For Peace was created as a way to promote peace, truth, and humanity in the world, and to help people who promote these values. This year’s awards were presented on October 9 (John Lennon’s birthday) in Reykjavik, Iceland, where Yoko Ono led ceremonies to commemorate her late husband. Ono illuminated the IMAGINE PEACE TOWER, a vast tower of light located on the island of Videy, which will remain lit until the day of Lennon’s death on December 8. Additional 2014 recipients include Rolling Stone’s Jann Wenner, Peace One Day’s Jeremy Gilley and Jon Gnarr, the former Mayor of Reykjavik.“I am very happy to honour [Art Production Fund] this year with the award that, for me, symbolises much of the work that John Lennon and I tried to do together and which I now continue to do.”The Coalition for the Homeless is the nation’s oldest advocacy and direct service organization helping homeless men, women and children. The First Step Job Training Program gives approximately 125 homeless and low-income women per year the computer training, literacy, life skills, mentoring, networking opportunities – and the self-confidence – needed to secure living-wage employment. First Step was designed to empower students to reach their full potential – emotionally and professionally – enabling them to thrive both in the workplace and in their personal lives.Founded in 2007, Spirituality for Kids is an 501c3 educational nonprofit organization that aims to deepen children’s sense of purpose in life, encourage them to reflect on their actions, see challenges as opportunities, and awaken their desire to make a difference in the world around them. Through engaging videos, animations, games, art activities, journaling and more, kids learn the “rules to the game of life”, which help them tap into their inner strengths, realizing that the power to overcome any challenge lies within them.