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They dropped Ladies from their name just before Arsenal’s recent high-profile switch away from the antiquated term. Their women’s team also use the club’s main pitch for games alongside the men’s team. It was the community remit that fed the financial change: “The evolution and revolution of the women’s side here had to happen because you can’t honestly say that you’re a community benefit society http://www.authenticcoloradoavalanche.co...ackinnon-jersey if half the population are not being treated equally,” Dobres said. Advertisement The director of women’s football, Jacquie Agnew, who founded the women’s team 15 years ago, was sold on the concept that has become the core message of Equality FC: “Lewes football club is a parent, why would you invest more in your boy than your girl? “It just made sense. Some people use crowd size and revenue as barriers to equality but they are red herrings. They are the way they are because women’s football has been held back for so long. We looked at the equal funding in cycling, at Billie Jean King’s fight for equal prize money in tennis and we saw our women putting in just as many hours as the men and thought: ‘Why wouldn’t you?’” The decision also had to pass the board of 10. “Whilst there was a majority saying absolutely, you always get one or two that take convincing,” says Agnew. “It does put the brakes on a bit because you start having conversations about the risks and challenges. It can be tricky because you’re so excited that you’re just about to crack this almighty ceiling and yet you’re having to have conversations that might hold you back from doing it. That was difficult.” Some may question whether this parity is achievable only when a club’s ownership model is not solely motivated by profit. But Dobres is not sold on that: “This is as much a business decision as well as being the right thing to do,” he says. “It will make you money. 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It’s time to capitalise on it Anna Kessel Read more Dobres thinks the problem is more about short-term profits taking a hit. “You won’t make a return in one year, or even two or three, but no sensible business should expect to make a return that quickly. However, you will make a return in the five- to 10-year period and after that you will have a very mature revenue generating product. It’s about levels of patience and understanding how long it takes investments to come off.” Lots of clubs are just not willing to make that financial commitment. For Lewes, who are not just redistributing existing funds – they plan to raise the level of investment and pay of the women through increasing their income – it is “costing in the high tens of thousands”. Advertisement “Sponsorships are crucial and increasing ownerships, a crucial revenue stream for a democratically owned club, are going up. But we have to make it sustainable. 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When you dive deeper into it you question whether the sport is actually growing at all.” Dobres explains: “It’s actually declining at grassroots level, once a week participation for 16- to 25-year-olds has gone down at exactly the same time that investment has gone in at the top.” There are a number of reasons for that. “If you invest a lot of money at the top, the accidental consequence is that you make an even bigger gap to the bottom.” Another problem is that the “FA is giving money to men’s clubs to drive the growth of the women’s game. Their investment which aims to get more women playing is being put into football league clubs because they are high profile and have the facilities.” “But they don’t have the coaches, the passion or the pathways that exist in the grassroots and intermediate women’s game,” interjects Agnew. “If you consider the whole of the FA WPL north and south, and the combination of leagues below,” Dobres says. “You’ve got a pretty good national spread. 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The club captain, Kelly Newton, a stalwart of the club since 2004 who has won 18 trophies in that time, is “immensely proud of what the club is trying to do and what it is standing for”. She began playing at nine with a local boys team and, just weeks in, was told girls could not play with boys. Devastated, she had to wait until she was 14 before she was able to find a women’s side she could train with. “I trained with them week in week out but couldn’t actually play any games,” she says. She now juggles football with managing the warehouse of a local logistics company, who also sponsor the team. Newton is hopeful that Equality FC, which is emblazoned across this season’s shirts, will prompt others to follow suit and will result in improved participation, standards and accessibility. For her personally not much has changed but she hopes that being more attractive to young players and increased attendances will mean that “instead of being a mid-table team we can now be fighting up near the top of the table”. Advertisement The manager, John Donohoe, has similar aspirations and explains that “football, for most women players at this level, costs them money. We hope to, at the very minimum, stop that. If players do get a reward for something they love then you’d like to think they’d stay; you’d like to think that people would like to be a part of that commitment from the club.” It is hard to see Equality FC as anything other than a great move by the club. The discussion around pay in the women’s game has taken a leap forward as a result. The talk is more and more about the hows rather than the ifs and whys as a result of their campaign. A cynic could say it is a PR stunt. 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      Stuart Broad has described England’s maiden day-night Test match this week as a “step into the unknown” and one that could prove an early leveller against a West Indies side they are Trevor Rosenthal Authentic Jersey otherwise expected to make light work of in preparation for the Ashes. Steel bands and a fake beach are just two of a number of Caribbean add-ons set to be in place at Edgbaston from 2pm on Thursday as, with a pink Dukes ball in hand and under floodlights in the evening session, the two teams get their three-match Investec series under way and Joe Root’s side look to continue their form from the 3-1 win over South Africa. Edgbaston does its homework before England’s first day-night Test Read more Though temperatures are forecast to be in the teens come the evenings and Jason Holder’s ninth-ranked tourists are not the draw card of yesteryear, what is primarily an England tune-up for their day-night Ashes Test in Adelaide this November appears to have caught the imagination in Birmingham, where 70,000 tickets have been sold for the first three days. It will be just the fifth Test of the floodlit era but also a second for West Indies. For all their relative inexperience, with a squad boasting 240 caps to England’s 575, they have at least sampled the format before in a seven-wicket defeat by Pakistan in Dubai last April. 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Chris Woakes was another striving to prove himself after two months out with a side injury and, as the lights fully took over towards the end of the session, the flash of pink against the baize http://www.officialcardinalsbaseball.com...man-jersey.html green outfield of his home ground made the Test seem a mouth-watering prospect. India pair Ravi Ashwin and Cheteshwar Pujara set to play county cricket Read more Broad, who expects the two captains to be tempted by declarations before this anecdotally “tricky” twilight period, had a relatively quiet time against South Africa, claiming 11 wickets at 32 apiece although his final new-ball spell with Jimmy Anderson at Old Trafford was typically high-class fare from a pair that have now shared 720 wickets in 94 Tests playing together. As a seam-bowling duo, only the former West Indies quicks, Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh, have more with 757 from their 95 Tests in tandem. How long the Anderson-Broad axis remains at Root’s disposal will hinge on the former, who at 35 should in theory be slowing down but has 20 victims at 14 already this summer. Certainly Broad sees his close friend ploughing on for some time yet, describing his fitness as “freakish” despite some injury niggles in the past 12 months. There was a concession that rotation may yet become more common, even if their dual resting against West Indies at Edgbaston in 2012 is something he still bristles about. Advertisement “I had some interesting conversations with [the then head coach] Andy Flower. I don’t like missing Test matches,” said Broad, who added that, with two months between the final Test at Lord’s and the first Ashes Test in Brisbane on 23 November, it was unlikely to occur this summer. “Jimmy has a huge hunger for cricket and I want him to carry on as long as possible. 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[But] I would prefer him to be taking the new ball at the Gabba fully focused on that. You need someone to bounce ideas off – a coach not playing in the Test when you need to do some technical work.” On Gibson, alongside whom Broad began his career at Leicestershire in 2005, he added: “Ottis has been a huge influence on my career, not just as a bowler but as a person. He knows http://www.panthersfootballprostore.com/...-sale-c-12.html my action better than I do, to be brutally honest. I would be gutted to see him leave

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Bates said Wooldridge had had to deal with some personal issues over the years but always “had a smile” and was “happy-go-lucky”. “He was such an infectious guy,” Bates said. “He’d walk into the room and light it up ... He really belied the fact that he was such a great champion. He was just a genuine guy and was interested in talking to anyone.” After retiring from cycling, Wooldridge pursued a career in the tertiary education sector, mainly with the University of NSW, and held various roles with Cycling Australia and Oceania Cycling Confederation boards and committees. He was also an ambassador for Ride for Life, contributed to building a cancer survivors centre at the Prince of Wales hospital and was chairman of the Cyclists Commission. “All Authentic Jaromir Jagr Womens Jersey these incredible things he did over a period of time made him something quite special,” said Bates. “He’ll be remembered most for the fact he was able to show everyone you could race a pushbike, achieve national honours, undertake university studies in a very difficult engineering degree, go on and win world, Olympic and Commonwealth titles, and be one of the all-time greats of the sport. “It’s just amazing what he has been able to achieve. Mixing all of that having raised a family and everything else that goes with that life. “He’ll be well remembered for his achievements but also for a genuine approach on and off his bike and for his personality.” Wooldridge is survived by his 10-year-old son, seven-year-old daughter, his former wife and his current partner. ? In Australia, the crisis support service Lifeline is on 13 11 14. In the US, the National Suicide Prevention Hotline is 1-800-273-8255. In the UK, the Samaritans can be contacted on 116 123. Hotlines in other countries can be found hereThe former world 400m record holder Michael Johnson has urged the public not to get carried away with Britain’s late haul of medals at the world championships and says he is concerned that athletics is not doing enough to justify its £27m investment from UK Sport. The British team won five medals in 24 hours on the final Saturday and Sunday night, four of them in the relays, to ensure they finished with six overall. That also meant they scraped inside the UK Sport target of six to eight, and ended up in sixth place in the medal table. World Athletics Championships 2017 review: our writers’ awards and hopes Read more However Johnson, who Larry Bird Authentic Jersey is a BBC pundit, urged the public not to be fooled given that Mo Farah was the only individual medal winner and the relays in track and field are widely considered to be low-hanging fruit. He tweeted: “Four thrilling relay medals. Only one individual medalist, Mo Farah. He’s retiring. £27m investment. I’d be concerned.” He added: “I’m not comparing GB to US, but to countries like South Africa, Poland, and France who don’t have nearly the resources of GB.” Daley Thompson, Britain’s back-to-back Olympic-gold-winning decathlete, also sounded a cautionary note, warning: “I hope we don’t allow the magnificent relays results to paper over the cracks.” Thompson did not elaborate, but many inside the sport are critical about the lack of funding for coaches outside the system as well as British Athletics’ policy of taking athletes from coaches and bringing them to a central hub in Loughborough. There are also concerns about whether those at the of the top of British Athletics, and especially the chief executive, Niels de Vos, are doing well enough when it comes to selling the sport to the public and sponsors. However, the performance director, Neil Black, has dismissed suggestions that his team got out of jail in London – and has insisted the relay medals were not cheap successes. “If you could see and feel the blood, sweat and tears that go into the relays, they are certainly not cheap medals,” he said. “We don’t look at it that way at all. Mo Farah takes world 5,000m silver to fall short of a farewell double Read more “We have made a massive investment in the relay programme and boldly said we believe we can win medals in all four relays. We probably didn’t think it was going to happen as quickly as this. But we are not surprised.” However, Black did admit he had been worried on Saturday night when his team had only one medal and the knives were being sharpened for his job. “I was aware that people would be saying all sorts of things,” he said. “That’s cool. Say what you want. Do what you want. We’ll carry on performing and that’s where the motivation comes from. “But we were massively confident. The relays have come up trumps, Mo came up trumps. And we can all see a group of young people who have stepped up, gone so close and are ready to step up in the future.” Black mentioned Kyle Langford, who came fourth in the 800m, Reece Prescod, who was seventh in the 100m final, and Dina Asher-Smith, who won a relay medal two months after returning from breaking a foot as being potential stars. “Dina excited the hell out of me,” he added. “That was just an outrageous performance all things considered. Kyle has untapped potential – he’s like Mo. Reece has so much potential it’s unbelievable. Once he gets the technical aspect of his start further developed and improved, he’s going to be a serious individual competitor and part of our relay team going forward. “Callum Hawkins excites me as well. That guy was so close. There is so much potential there. 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      Maria Sharapova is set to make her first appearance at a grand slam event since completing a 15-month suspension for taking the banned drug meldonium John Carlson Womens Jersey after US Open organisers confirmed that the 2006 champion will be handed a wildcard into the main draw. Sharapova, who pulled out of this week’s Cincinnati Open due to an injury to the left forearm suffered during her first-round win over Jennifer Brady in the Stanford Classic this month, returned from her ban in April but missed another two months of the season – including Wimbledon – with a leg injury sustained at the Italian Open in Rome. The Russian had been denied a wildcard for the French Open hours earlier, when tournament officials opted against her inclusion in the Roland Garros draw, but a spokesman for the United States Tennis Association (USTA), which oversees the US Open, said that its decision to include the former champion was consistent with its policy of awarding entry to past winners. “Her suspension under the terms of the tennis anti-doping programme was completed and therefore was not one of the factors weighed in our wildcard selection process,” he said. “Consistent with past practice, a wildcard was provided to a past US champion who needed the wildcard for entry into the main draw. Previous US Open champions who have received US Open main draw wildcards include Martina Hingis, Lleyton Hewitt, Kim Cljisters and Juan Martín del Potro. “Additionally Sharapova has volunteered to speak to young tennis players at the USTA national campus about the importance of the tennis anti-doping programme and the personal responsibility each player has to comply with the programme’s requirements.” Sharapova has not entered a major tournament since the Australian Open in January 2016, when she tested positive for the drug. The 30-year-old is currently ranked No148 in the world and her inclusion was welcomed by the four-time US Open singles winner Billie Jean King. “Glad to see USTA give Maria Sharapova a wildcard, suspension over, great for the sport to have her back,” she wrote on Twitter. Serena Williams, meanwhile, has admitted she is targeting a return to tennis at the Australian Open in January as she prepares to give birth to her first child. The 23-times grand slam winner is expected to be a mother in a matter of weeks and is hoping to http://www.officialblazershop.com/authen...vis-jersey.html be back on court soon afterPremier League clubs are set to discuss a landmark change to the transfer window which could end domestic player movement before the start of the season. Representatives from the 20 top-flight clubs will attend next month’s shareholders’ meeting with a majority believed to be in favour of a new deadline which would stop managers bringing players in once a season has begun. Talks are at an advanced stage and the move could be implemented next year if the vote gets a two-thirds majority. Watford are believed to be one of the few to oppose the plan but a large number are said to be broadly in favour. It remains unclear, however, whether the required threshold of 14 would be reached. The blueprint for change will be discussed at the next meeting of Premier League chairmen on 7 September, with the hope of ending chaotic transfer sagas with players agitating for moves weeks into the season. The new arrangement would not apply to Football League clubs and the January window will remain. Jürgen Klopp focused on old foe Hoffenheim despite Coutinho distraction Read more The current window will shut on 31 August and promises to leave a number of clubs with collateral damage as they attempt to fight off suitors for their players. The proposed changes, however, would not prevent other European clubs – with their own transfer window dates in place – coming in to take players from English clubs, a prospect which would have serious consequences http://www.officialnikejetshop.com/kelle...-sale-c-53.html for the strength of their Champions and Europa League campaigns. It would mean that, if Liverpool were faced with a similar situation to the one they currently have with Philippe Coutinho after the domestic window had closed, they would not be able to reinvest the transfer funds and bring in reinforcements. Many Premier League managers, however, have grown weary of the window and the impact it can have, almost three weeks into a domestic campaign. After Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Southampton the Swansea manager, Paul Clement, said: “There’s frustration here and I’m sure Southampton are frustrated, too. I think if the window is shut before the season starts, everything is sorted out and we can get on with the football. “At our managers’ meeting at the Premier League last week, we spoke about it. 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