who have faced hate crimes after every major terror attack.
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It was not a happy feeling when Kareena publicly said what she did. Workers wanted to support the local clubs. what happened against Manchester United or Swansea?" Pochettino said "Different clubs sometimes sign a player or a manager with a big background or big trophies behind them Sometimes they have success and sometimes not "You never know Football is not an ordinary business Anything can happen" Arsenal appear more vulnerable than ever and the absence of injured duo Petr Cech and Laurent Koscielny will strengthen Tottenham’s belief that the balance of power in north London is about to change Alexis Sanchez hardly helped Arsenal’s predicament when the Gunners winger publicly questioned his teammates’ hunger for success following the dismal Swansea defeat "I think we can win the Premier League with the players we have That said we lack a certain hunger" Sanchez said "We need to step out onto the pitch as if we’re already 1-0 up We lack self-belief that we can actually be champions" Following a week of contrasting emotions Leicester head for Watford on Saturday back in the driving seat in the title race The disappointment of a 2-2 draw at home to West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday was followed by the welcome bonus of seeing title rivals Tottenham Arsenal and Manchester City all lose 24 hours later The upshot was that the Foxes travel to Vicarage Road with only 10 games standing between them and the completion of arguably the most unlikely title triumph in English football history "It is a going to be a really tough place to go" Leicester winger Marc Albrighton said of facing Watford "They have got some great players some firepower up top but we will be confident as ever The season we have had is fantastic We are not going to let a point at home dampen our confidence" Manuel Pellegrini has warned his City stars there can be no repeat of their woeful defeat at Liverpool if they are to revive their slender title hopes against Aston Villa City’s 0-3 loss was their third league defeat in a row and even though the League Cup winners have a game in a hand bridging a 10-point gap between themselves and Leicester will be a monumental task "Of course we cannot play in the way we did Not only did we concede three goals but we didn’t shoot once" Pellegrini said "The most important thing is to recover our level of performance in the Premier League because we have lost the last three" Manchester United level on points with City in the race for a top-four finish travel to West Brom on Sunday "We are showing passion" United midfielder Ander Herrera said "I’m optimistic because we can still fight for everything We want to be in the top four" AFP FIXTURES Saturday: Chelsea vs Stoke Everton vs West Ham Manchester City vs Aston Villa Newcastle vs Bournemouth Southampton vs Sunderland Swansea vs Norwich Tottenham vs Arsenal Watford vs Leicester Sunday: Crystal Palace vs Liverpool West Brom vs Manchester United Editor’s Note: This article originally published on 21 January 2016 is being re-published in light ofICC’s decision to provide specially-designed helmets to umpires in the upcoming World Twenty20 Championship in India to ensure they are protected from wayward hits The sight of Indian cricketer Barinder Sran warming up in themorning must have petrified Aussie umpire John Ward so much that he rushed to grab a helmet for protection while officiating the fourth ODI between India and Australia at Canberra on Wednesday Sran did not make the playing eleven but Ward nevertheless decided that he needed protection and in the process made history by becoming the first umpire to don a helmet in a One-Day International match Ward had reasons to be ‘twice-shy’ at the sight of Sran A couple of months ago under the ACB- BCCI umpire exchange programme he stood in the Ranji Trophy league tie between Tamil Nadu and Punjab in Dindigal a small town in Tamil Nadu A powerful shot from Sran slammed him on the head and knocked him to the ground A dazed Ward had to be taken to the hospital before a series of checks set all fears to rest Umpire John Ward AFP On Wednesday although the ‘once-bitten’ Ward sought extra protection the other umpire England’s Richard Kettleborough didn’t And he paid for it In Ishant Sharma’s first over a powerful straight drive ricocheted off the bowler and stumps and smashed into the umpire’s shin The resultant numb foot and swelling of the shin ensured that he had to go off the ground and be replaced by TV umpire Wilson Of late with cricket’s promoters looking for ways and means to speed up the game and further popularise it ODIs and T20s have become excessively batsman centric to the extent that umpires’ lives are in real danger Umpire Ward needed a crack on the head before he wised up to the safety provided byhelmets Power-wands There is simply no denying that the demands of modern cricket have spurred incredible technological advances in the manufacture of a cricket bat These modern-day power-wands have enabled savage hitters like Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers to give millions of their fans great joy But they are also a source of grave danger to unprotected umpires Nothing brought this sharper into focus than another tragic death within two days of the well-documented death of Australian opening batsman Phil Hughes last season Israeli Hillel Oscar an experienced cricketer and umpire who had stood in international matches died when he was struck in the head while officiating a match T20 Terror While injuries in cricket have generally been non-fatal the spurt of T20 matches and tournaments where the emphasis is on mindless power hitting has resulted in greater frequency of injuries to umpires; many of them decidedly serious Australian umpire Karl Wentzel mockingly referred to as the ‘umpire who wears the helmet’ was hit in the mouth by a viciously struck ball while officiating a match in Australia It knocked out five teeth that required him to have a series of operations that cost around Rs 25 lakh He took to the helmet after that In England last season 25 professional umpires unnerved by the death of the Israeli umpire and the numerous close shaves they themselves had voiced their concern to the ECB Their grouse and fear was that with bats becoming so good and the format of the game encouraging big hits the ball was pinging off the meat of the bat and causing grave danger to umpires CK Nandan a former first class cricketer and currently one of India’s representatives in ICC’s International Panel of Umpires admitted that when the likes of Chris Gayle smashed deliveries straight back at the bowler the ball was just a blur as it whizzed past the umpire “Yes there is a genuine fear of the umpire being knocked-out T20 cricket and ODIs encourage big hitting and when a powerful striker hits the ball it just whizzes past you in a fraction of a second” he said Another former first class cricketer and current umpire K Srinath while agreeing with Nandan pointed out that the fastest bowler would be clocked around 150 kmph But shots off the meat of the bat were whizzing past at twice that speed “If an umpire is in the path of that shot he is finished” he said Cricket must take cue from baseball Taking these apprehensions into consideration cricket must swiftly embrace some of the safety features of American sport baseball In baseball one umpire stands immediately behind the keeper and is therefore exposed to relentless danger However because baseball’s administrators are far more progressive and proactive than cricket’s they have ensured that their man is relatively better protected The baseball umpires wear superbly designed hard-shell protectors for the chest (Chest Pad) underneath their jacket or shirt These chest pads are made of open-cell foam covered by hard outer plastic for absorbing the blow from a foul tip or even a bat thrown in the umpire’s direction The purpose of the protector is to cover the torso that is most vulnerable to an injury that could break a bone (ribs collar bone) or stop the heart or lungs Cricket must take cue from baseball where umpires wear protective gear AFP Baseball umpires also wear wonderfully designed face masks which have cross bars (made of steel) for maximum protection The masks could also have an attachment to protect the throat The throat- covering was introduced recently after a splinter flew off a batter’s club and lodged itself in the officiating umpire’s throat The umpire’s protective gear also includes head gear abdomen guard and shin guards all light enough not to impair mobility Cricket umpires would do well to adopt all these protective equipment — helmets face masks chest guards shin guards and abdomen guards post haste The tragedy however is that cricket’s administrators have never been hands-on when it comes to safety Many of the equipment worn by close-in fielders wicket-keepers and batsmen are not even mandated by the rules of the game Some cricketer or the other took to it in some part of the world and others gradually followed suit But now with so many umpires being battered and bruised while officiating the ICC needs to wake up and equip its least appreciated and cared-for personnel The last thing required is an on-field tragedy under full media glare in a major event like the forthcoming World T20 or the IPL T20 before the ICC is goaded into action Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 20 2013 1:37 am Related News The mercury rose to the seasons high of 461 degree Celsius on Sunday as it breached a 10-year record for the month The day-time temperature was six notches above normal for this time of the year Last yearthe hottest day of May recorded 45 degree Celsius a mark already surpassed by 452 degrees on Saturday The all-time high recorded for the month was on May 291994at 481 degree Celsius India Meteorological Department announced the onset of heatwaveformed due to high temperaturescoupled with strong winds blowing at 35 km per hour West Delhi was the hardest hit as it is in the direct path of the heatwave coming from the states of Haryana and Rajasthanwhich are experiencing even hotter 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who have faced hate crimes after every major terror attack.