No injuries following car crash in Johnson City

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first_imgAccording to Johnson City Police no one was injured. Around 11:30 p.m. emergency crews responded to a car that crashed into a tree near 173 Burbank Avenue. Stay with 12 News for further updates. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG)- A car crashed into a tree late Sunday night. center_img When 12 News crews arrived at the scene they noticed that the front bumper of the car had come off. The cause of the crash is still unknown at this time.last_img

Sherwood: I left legacy at Spurs

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first_img “I’d had Harry Kane since he was 11 or 12 don’t forget. It makes a lot of difference, I know them better than their parents as footballers.” Sherwood must revive Villa who have scored just 12 goals in 25 league games to slip into the relegation zone. Christian Benteke has netted only three times this season after recovering from a ruptured Achilles he suffered last April. Sherwood hopes his experience with Kane and Emmanuel Adebayor, after rescuing the striker’s Spurs career, will help him revive the Belgium international and insisted he must be Villa’s spearhead. “I don’t think Christian thinks he’s cracked it yet,” said Sherwood, who is without Nathan Baker (knee) and Philippe Senderos (calf). “He’s a really good lad – he speaks better English than me as well. I know he was a beast up there and can bully people. “Anything crossed into the box, he used to find it and eat it up – we need to get back to that. “He’s a centre forward and they have to be the focal point of your side. If they’re in the game a lot you’re not doing badly.” New Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood has insisted his record as a manager is “there to be shot at” as he prepares for his top flight return. Villa are third from bottom in the Barclays Premier League after just two wins from their last 21 matches. Sherwood took charge of Tottenham for 28 games last term, winning 14, and insisted his record of results and aiding Spurs’ youngsters stands alone. “Look, I think (Mauricio) Pochettino has done a really good job there, but mine’s still up there to be shot at,” said Sherwood, who replaced the sacked Paul Lambert on Saturday. “He’s inherited a good bunch of young players who were developed by myself. “He’s willing to play them as well, there are a lot of big stars there and he could have discarded (Ryan) Mason and gone with (Nabil) Bentaleb, but he’s not done that so fair play to him. “I respect him for that. It’s good for me – I left a bit of a legacy there with those young players and he’s carried it on. I admire him for that. “If I hadn’t resisted the club wanting to loan him out last January, he wouldn’t be Harry Kane now. “He’s had to be very strong mentally, he’s had to fight it. They haven’t always sung ‘He’s one of our own’. Press Association The 46-year-old will take charge of his first game as Villa chief when they host Stoke on Saturday. It is his first match since May 2014 when, as Tottenham manager, Spurs beat Villa 3-0 at White Hart Lane. last_img read more

Assam’s 18-year old Riyan Parag hits maiden century against Uttarakhand in Ranji Trophy

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first_imgRiyan Parag of Assam scored an unbeaten 104 off 219 balls, helping the side end the day on 237-5 against Uttarakhand. The brilliant century helped Assam end the day well. The 18-year old was part of 2019 IPL for Rajasthan Royals (RR) squad.He had emerged as the unlikely hero for Rajasthan Royals as the Assam all-rounder took the Mumbai Indians bowlers to the cleaners unperturbed by the size of the Sawai Mansingh Stadium. RR skipper Steve Smith and Riyas Parag added around 69 runs for the fourth wicket to help Rajasthan Royals successfully thrash their opponents Mumbai Indians at Jaipur.Parag was declared as fbb Stylish Player of the Match.Also Read: Ranji trophy: Riyan Parag gives Assam thin innings lead vs ServicesAlso Watch: Unidentified Miscreants create ruckus in Golaghat, open fire on a carlast_img read more