28 Dec

HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE SET FOR CAOLAN MELAUGH 5K THIS FRIDAY

first_imgHUNDREDS of people are expected to come out and run for the Caolan Melaugh fund on Friday night in Killygordan.Brave Caolan has been suffering from an aggressive form of cancer since he was just 10-weeks-old.The Caolan Melaugh 5k and 1k Heros Kids Race will take place this Friday the 24th July at 7.30pm. The event is organised by Killygordan Crossroads Runners (KCR) in partnership with Red Hughes CLG.The event is sure to attract walkers, runners and families from all over with special kids race kicking off the night at 7pm with certificates for the first 100 kids. Dress up as superheroes optional.The main race starts at 7.30pm.The race registration is from 5pm to 7pm with race start at Monellan.  HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE SET FOR CAOLAN MELAUGH 5K THIS FRIDAY was last modified: July 22nd, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:5kcancerCaolan MelaughDD LOCAL: KILLYGORDON COMMUNITY NEWSfundraiserKillygordonlast_img read more

16 Nov

Pep Guardiola insists Sergio Agüero can cope with lone striker’s workload

first_imgTopics Share on Pinterest Pep Guardiola is confident Sergio Agüero will not suffer burnout despite being Manchester City’s only available frontline striker because of Gabriel Jesus’s two-month absence with a knee injury.Agüero is City’s second-highest scorer this season, his tally of 17 behind only Raheem Sterling’s 18. “We are so happy with what he has done; Sergio is on fire in this period,” Guardiola said. “Before we came here he had long periods of injury, and in these two years he didn’t suffer that. He was banned two or three times [under me], because he’s so aggressive without the ball and after that he was always good, always fit. So hopefully we can handle it until the end, because of course we need the striker’s goals.“Our success in a season is not just strikers but wingers and attacking midfielders, scoring a lot of goals from set pieces. But, of course, our strikers are our strikers. We need Gabriel, we need Sergio, we need both. We’ll have maybe two months without Gabriel. Two months is a lot of games, so we just have one.”Sterling and Leroy Sané, who has scored eight times, are the wide players the manager referred to. Each may be asked to play down the middle should Agüero need a break. But Kevin De Bruyne will not be selected there.“Kevin played as a striker in the Nou Camp [against Barcelona] last season but I prefer him in midfield,” Guardiola said. “We have other options, not like a striker, but guys with mentality to be around the box who can solve that problem.”The manager could also play Alexis Sánchez there, if the club manage to prise the Chilean away from Arsenal this month.Jesus is not City’s only injured player. Benjamin Mendy is out until April because of a knee injury, Phil Foden’s ankle problem rules him out for around two months and Vincent Kompany is an ongoing concern and not available for Saturday’s visit of Burnley in the FA Cup. Kyle Walker faces a late test on a leg problem.Guardiola acknowledged his mounting injuries were a threat to success. “But you have to handle it,” he said. Share on LinkedIn Read more Sergio Agüero Pep Guardiola news Share on Messenger Share on WhatsApp Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Vincent Kompany calls on Premier League clubs to drop ticket prices Share via Email Manchester City Reuse this contentlast_img read more