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Philadelphia Parents Weighing Whether To Send Kids Back To School Or Participate In Digital Academy

KYW 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Philadelphia Parents Weighing Whether To Send Kids Back To School Or Participate In Digital Academy

"About sending the kids back to school buildings in the fall now have the option of a completely online education registration open now for what the school District calling it's digital Academy Kyi. W's Mike Leonardo has the story. The district is offering an all digital education for students who don't want to physically attend school because of covert 19. The new digital academy would provide most of the offerings off their assigned school. But students who opt for the academy would not be able to participate in any in person activities. The digital academy is part of Superintendent William Heights Hybrid Corona virus Back to school plan, Height told parents on Facebook live. The district would ensure that students will be six feet apart. When they're in schools two days a week. We're actually going to prep all classrooms. If we can only get eight Children in the class and maintained six foot distancing. That's all the Children that could be in that class teacher and parents, Zoe Rooney, though in an interview question whether social distancing was possible. I also just don't think it's physically feasible. Given the amount of space we have the amount of staff and we have and the amount of students that are typically in a class, too. Make any of it happened. Hi presents his plan to the school board this evening. Mike DiNardo, Kois, HEAVILY NewsRadio. President Trump in Attorney General Bill

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Philadelphia Parents Weighing Whether To Send Kids Back To School Or Participate In Digital Academy

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Philadelphia Parents Weighing Whether To Send Kids Back To School Or Participate In Digital Academy

"About setting their Children back to school buildings this fall have the option of Ah, completely online education. Hey, why W's Mike DiNardo Reports registration open today for the school district's new digital academy. The district is offering an all digital education for students who don't want to physically attend school because of covert 19 The new digital academy would provide most of the offerings of their assigned school. But students who opt for the academy would not be able to participate in any in person activities. The digital academy is part of Superintendent William Heights Hybrid Corona virus Back to school plan, Height told parents on Facebook live. The district would ensure that students will be six feet apart. When they're in schools two days a week. We're actually going to prep all classrooms. If we can only get eight Children in the class and maintain six foot distancing, That's all the Children that could be in that class teacher and parents, Zoe Rooney, though in an interview question whether social distancing was possible. I also just don't think it's physically feasible given of space. We have the amount of staff and we have and the amount of students that are taking place in a class too. Make any of it happen. Hi presents his plan to the school board Thursday. Mike Leonardo.

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University of Chicago joins lawsuit against new visa rule for international students

WBBM Morning News

00:33 sec | Last month

University of Chicago joins lawsuit against new visa rule for international students

"Announced new guidelines that threatened to bar hundreds of thousands of international students from studying in the US As a result of the Cove at 19 pandemic lawsuit, which involves Illinois and 17 other states challenges what it calls the federal government's cruel and unlawful action to expel international students. T'pol, Northwestern of the University of Chicago, have also joined the legal action Loyalists President Dr Joann Rooney has called the ice order misguided and inhumane. Bob Conway,

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How Hard Can I Prune Mature Bushes This Time of Year?

Your Gardening Questions

03:21 min | Last month

How Hard Can I Prune Mature Bushes This Time of Year?

"I've got several huge bushes. Their Expire Bushes HYDRANGEA VI- burn. And for Cynthia and they're about eight to ten foot, tall and huge in size and I'm wondering. When's the best time to trim those? And how short can I cut him to get him back in shape to look good around the house? Talk about when and I'm GONNA come back with that. Basically food ruled now when you say fire, Bush thinking probably mean burning Bush. Yellowish doesn't have a flower that we're really concerned about you. Can Almost Rooney at any time then when we come to the Hyde ranchers that by Burnham and we have two different categories of plants. Let's just go with the by Burnham and Pacific for civil right. And Lilac et Cetera have to be pruned soon after bloom, which means now. Not Today but at the same time very shortly because they set flower buds very soon after the middle of June or first of July for the following year. And therefore you should prune them now. to to keep them well in balancing whatever you need to do, as as a matter of fact that the hydrogen and hide ranchers are one example they flower some on last year stems on this year stems, and some kind of as they wish. Now. Let me try to explain that when you prune following the bloom. On a vibe Burnham, which most finished, but let me now before Cynthia. You can prune them. Anytime should really be doing it very shortly on the Hydrangea, you. have to go with the kind of plants it is and and you'd have to go back to the tag and see whether it blooms on new or old would, as it's called, stated I I generally, and they're so darn many. Well, anyhow, it's enough to drive you nuts knowing what a hydro-engineers on other things though. That for example rose of Sharon that won't bloom now until probably September or soon thereafter or before. They have bloomed last year. They are now growing out. They will set the flower bud soon. And blew on this fall spy rea-. Another group of plants is going to be one that has well. It has come up hopefully getting going strongly. Then it s flower buds on the new stems. So as soon as it blooms, you would finish pruning it. Now hopefully that answers the when now the how much. When you talk about what are apparently big old plants, I'm going to go back to a general rule now. Usually I'd say. Don't remove more than twenty or twenty five percent. I know that on big old plants. When you're doing the right time and so on, you can take as much as a third of them, and that's just your you know your judgement. You stand back before you start burning you kind of look at the body of it. The number of stems at the bottom and so on, and you try then to take out the oldest stems, which will probably have the darkest bark. The perhaps any dead stems that are down in the crown of the planet, the ground, and get those out of their first. Then you prune for shape and size

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Ford stepping down as Detroit Lions owner, daughter taking over

America First

00:39 sec | Last month

Ford stepping down as Detroit Lions owner, daughter taking over

"Ford is stepping down disposable owner of the Detroit Lions lines of an ounce of Ford's daughter Sheila Ford hamp is taking over as the team's principal owner and chairman board had been in charge of the alliance's two thousand fourteen when her husband William clay Ford died the sixty eight year old number's been one of the team's vice chairman during their mother's ownership Ford was one of four female team owners who were profiled in the documentary a lifetime of Sunday's along with Kansas city's normal hunt Chicago's Virginia Halas McCaskey and Pittsburgh's Patricia Rooney answers on the NFL Super Bowl and major events committee and the board for Detroit Lions charities

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Community College of Philadelphia opening fall semester with online classes only

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Community College of Philadelphia opening fall semester with online classes only

"Community college of Philadelphia is the first college in the area to announce it's fall semester will begin completely online Italy's Mike denardo reports as colleges decided whether to hold in person classes this fall because of the corona virus community college of Philadelphia says it's fall semester will start out virtually CCP vice president Shannon Rooney says the early decision allows instructors to prepare we really wanted to use that be able to give our faculty the opportunity to spend as much time as possible over the summer planning for a well executed fall giving like making a decision right now gives them the flexibility and opportunity to do that Rooney says it's possible some in person classes may be held later in the semester most area colleges haven't announced their fall plans yet Jefferson university is resuming classes on campus this fall but it's giving students the option to take classes online there is no decision from Drexel a spokesman for Temple University says an announcement there is likely by the end of the

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Eliminating Stigma: The First Lady of North Dakota Speaks Out

Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

05:05 min | 2 months ago

Eliminating Stigma: The First Lady of North Dakota Speaks Out

"Hello and welcome to. Let's talk a series of award winning podcast produced in brought to you by the Hazelton Betty Ford Foundation. Each podcast focuses on a topic related to addiction to alcohol and other drugs from prevention research treatment current events trends advocacy and of course recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. I'm your host William Warriors and today our topic is personal stories public advocacy. I can't think of anyone who best represents this in our guest Catherine Burgum. Welcome Catherine thank you so much for having me here today. Well and as we as we are here at the Ford Center in February of Twenty Twenty. I want just recognize this moment. By giving you a medallion because yesterday was a big day for you. This is so cool. Thank you so much. How many numbers? So this is my eighteen. Sit My year eighteen of sobriety so my eighteenth sobriety birthday today yesterday. Actually so thank you. So much for this amazing medallion. I'm so grateful and that's thoughtful of you. Who team years ago. What what what. What was your bottom eighteen years ago. My bottom was you know not being able to look at myself in the Mirror. Complete loss of of self respect And I you know Decided I needed to make a change and And I was able to do that. Eighteen years ago and walk this path of recovery sobriety. I'm so grateful. How did you know that you have a problem? What what was that moment? That said I'm not doing this the right way. Well I could achieve almost any goal. I'd set for myself in my life but I could not stop drinking. You know no matter how many drunk episodes I would have or struggles or you know mornings Hong over I just. I just not stop drinking. And so that's how I knew. I knew I needed help. And I knew I needed to really make a change in my life And did you seek treatment or just walk into a recovery path? I went down a record both actually I. I did go to treatment but I also Went down the recovery path and found like minded people that I could take this journey with. And you've been on that journey for a long time but one of the fascinating dynamics of your recovery journey which. I'm sure you hadn't really anticipated back when you started at eighteen years ago. Was that Five years ago or so. Your husband was elected. The Governor of North Dakota. That's right that makes you diverse lady of North Dakota the First Lady of North Dakota and so there you are suddenly very public persona in the state of North Dakota and not long after that nationally but very quickly Catherine you recognize the unique opportunity you had to have the public platform and a personal experience and to combine that personal story with public advocacy. Talk about that for our audience. Well early on in my time as first lady Spent time trying to decide you know what would I do? What could I be really passionate about and you know? It didn't take me long like a hot second to decide you. You know because of my own recovery. I you know this was the path I needed to go down especially related to eliminating the stigma of addiction. And you know what I heard you speak a few months before that and you said the best way to eliminate the stigma of addiction is to just talk about very simple solution and I basically took up that idea and made it part of my platform. And that's what I'm doing and so early in my time first lady. I did an interview with the newspaper and You know they just wanted to get to know the first lady and five minutes for the interview. I told my husband. I was going to talk about my recovery which I had not done really publicly for fifteen years at that point. And how did that go that day? When you sat down with the reporter and really revealed the essence of who you are How did that go? It was a huge weight. Lifted off my shoulders. Yes you know because I have a disease you know I figured out. I have a brain disease and I shouldn't have to carry this burden on my shoulders of keeping keeping silent about it. You know but the stigma is what kept me there for most of my recovery and kept me from seeking treatment And getting help for over twenty years so It was such a huge relief to really be able to talk about it and You know my husband was super supportive. Rooney Talk Oh yeah. He's he's very supportive and he believes that the more we talk about it to more. We're able to eliminate the

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Tomlin likes talk of incentivizing Rooney Rule

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Tomlin likes talk of incentivizing Rooney Rule

"Mike Tomlin head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers said he likes the discussion around and incentivize minority hiring process in the NFL all of the show Koffee with callosum by Kentucky men's hoops coach John Calipari Thomas said yeah he likes the idea of a change to the Rooney rule the rewards teams for hiring minority

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"rooney" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"You know I'm GonNa get a chance to start here and you know they. They they conveyed. The sense of trust is being so meaningful salty yet. I think that's an amazing thing that that your family took on. Your Dad took on Created a rule change. And you know I probably has to be some politics in it. Because they're probably some owners that don't want to hear about that right. They want to do what they WANNA do. They don't want to go by. What other teams are doing right? So for him to be not only A great owner a great leader for your organization but then to also be a great leader for the whole. Nfl Man. You must be really proud. I am the rule is now gone beyond Amazon uses it Goldman Sachs. So it's kind of cool to see that legacy go beyond football and that to me really indicates it's it's even more so now in you do your keynote speeches and you go out and talk Is this a part of it when you're talking to companies or do you try to integrate it if they want you to talk about something else because it is important? You know with immigration. We're all immigrants in one way or another and You know some companies you know. See it one way and other companies. See it another way. Do you feel like that's a little bit of your responsibility when you make those stocks. I absolutely now. I try to pay attention. If there's going to be a lot of resistance talk about it more in relationship to change and and having different opinions out you know in the marketplace. You'RE GONNA have different opinions. You can have different points of view. WanNa be able to serve the market. You better have some mindset. That is not just a singular mindset. So so talk about it. From that standpoint. Other folks have become in and talk about diversity per se which. I'm not an expert in. I try to bring an expert with me of. That's what they want me to do. But but when I'm talking to the corporate world talk about my father's work in hiring I talk about his work and changing culture. I talk about his work. In negotiating those were sort of three of the main core competencies he has and you know the hiring is is it. Is it really easy story to tell you? Hire three coaches in in fifty years. I know you were on a couple of teams struggled. You might at three coaches in one season. I know I mean that happens right. I mean look at the browns. Now you know they go through coaches every year. It's like what there's gotta be some consistency and I think that when you know your book when you talk about the long game that part of it right is the consistency. We're GONNA have ups and downs. But we gotta have good credible people that are running our team so that those ups and downs are GonNa come but it's always going to be the same that we can handle and deal with. Well maybe you can give perspective on this but I talk about him walking down the aisle of the of the plane after we lost and I saw him do that one hundred times and we would. I would talk about. He said look. I just want people to know you. Don't lose your cool. You know you're going to have bad days. Things are going to happen. That doesn't mean we're not committed to a championship. But you can't be freaking out when things don't go your way because then you're not going to be prepared for the next thing. I don't know how you as a player would see that. But he felt that was really important valet. Stay and play on your next getaway to Los Angeles. The Westin Bonaventure Hotel and suites offers effortless access to all the city of angels has to offer whether you're hoping to catch a concert.

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"rooney" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

03:07 min | 2 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"The opening day was your father says. I didn't even not not. They didn't invite him. But you know I just never had an expectation grew at the way he described that story. I'm not really doing it. Justice but but just demonstrated that this was something. My father really didn't just talk about again. Just talk about from strategic standpoint. But he had made this commitment so then when you get to the coaching situation You know Fifteen years later my father helped put the rule into in a in a practice and ends up getting named after him but what he really did was the next. Fifteen years is every time there was opening. You know he would talk to coaches general. Managers owners certainly. Didn't you only advocate for minorities? But he really make sure that they had had a good understanding of what candidates were available because one of the things that folks at as well. I'm not familiar. Who's available so he just spent this tremendous amount of time familiarising himself with these candidates and being able to speak on behalf so they would get interviews. They would get opportunities in you. See not only the rule named after him and we can talk about the challenges today that are there and they're there but but during his lifetime yet. A three hundred percent increase in the head coaches In terms of of head coaching hires. You had a an increase of forty percent out total. It's it's completely switzer. Forty percent of the coaches on the defensive side of the ball are African American the NFL twenty percent increase in Onfield officials and so wasn't just sort of the policy. It was this work that my father committed his life to to make sure that people were were Implementing this and and carrying out. Is Tony Dungy calls it? The spirit of the Rooney will. Yeah and I think you know what I was reading your book. I think the spirit almost goes back. There's there's a a a player that was a priest that used to talk to your grandfather that he father. Glasco talked to my desk and he was he. He became our parish priest and he invited my father to go to Selma Alabama. And my father didn't go on this marked back in the sixties and I talk about that as being a cadillac. You know. Sometimes you don't do something really sort of changes your mind and my father sort of says the moment sort of made him realize. Oh what I could do. Most for this issue of you know they call it immigration back then is with my yoke. Can I make a real commitment and he always wanted merit. He didn't want guys who weren't good enough. But can we make a commitment? You know to to to really integrating and giving folks an opportunity and Chuck Knoll and bill non. Were just such an important part. They believed in those same things with him. And then you get the story of Joe Gilliam and again talking a male talking to John. Stall talking to donny about the about the when chuck named Joe. Gilliam is the first starter. I quarterback start African American. Starting at fell. You Know Joe. Wasn't that successful. But what it meant to the rest of the players was. If I'm the best at my position.

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"rooney" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

10:47 min | 2 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Few member him a quarterback weird together into Vikings we go play playoff game in Philly and the teams even warning us. Like you know if your family's comment you know I know they. They want us. They're proud of you. WanNa wear your stuff and and Don we are. Remember Dante's MOMS saying no I'm wearing. I'm support my son wearing all this stuff. And and I forget how many beer she had thrown on her like Diana escorts so many people out of her section. It got really ugly. I mean Philadelphia's last what. They had a jail in the prisoner stadium I guess. We'll you know that that franchise is the franchise. My grandfather started so in nineteen forty eight. We switched that there was some big thing after the war and financing. So the guy bought the steelers my grandfather and he was gonNA move him to. Boston and my grandfather was going to partner with Bert. Bell Rang Philadelphia and he decided he wanted to go to Philadelphia and my dad convinced her bell to come to Pittsburgh. We never missed a season but but there was actually a time. When there might not have been football in Pittsburgh we would have been involved in Philadelphia. So so the franchise that is the steelers actually is the original eagles. The Eagles are the original steelers. Not Too many people know that no. No that makes the rivalry. Go Way back then right after high school you graduate from Gilmore. What was your next step for for you so I I was. I was one of those kids. Another guy that that you inspired or that lifetime you and I had in those those ladies. You know I'll never forget. This game was the Friday after Thanksgiving what nineteen eighty five or six. I'M WATCHING BOSTON. College in this little quarterback throw this pass and so so I am going to be see love. Bc had a great time up in. Boston never never never picked up. A there couldn't get couldn't get near that team but it was a great place to be and Actually became became buddies for awhile with. I think a guy. You were teammates within Were you ever teammates with Romanowski? Yeah so yeah Romo and I were buddies for for a little bit. That he was. I think he was a year ahead of me and we just became friends because of different things but yeah I love drama. Romo was great. People really had issues with them but I never did. We always kinda sat by other on the planes. When I played we played together on the broncos. Bill had a big suitcase with them. Right now has all kinds of pills and creams. And now I remember why we're I can't remember who we were playing but I got. My elbow was just killing me. 'cause I got hit and I said Romo you got anything for me. And he gave me this This cream of an old oil oil of Olay Jar. Andy said look. This plant was picked under a full moon with no clouds in the sky. We made it into a cream. It's GonNa help your elbow and I'm like yeah okay. Hope I don't have to drug test next week you know. There's there's the drugs Abbott people. That aren't in locker rooms and look I was a ballboy etc. You're a player but don't realize there's always one or two those superstitious guys and they got the craziest stuff in the world going on there and it's always so funny like I remember being a boy with those cards where be picking up all the socks. Jocks and IOS. Sidney Thornton was the famous guy but we had two or three of those guys. Yo and we'll pass them at a certain time they get upset at you. If you put the thing on the right side rather left they were going to have a bad practice. I didn't even go near you. Those superstitious guys. Just I never had like for me. It was too much energy to do all that stuff. Like you know. Like I've guys like lay out their whole uniform on the ground in front of their locker before the game so they can see out. It's going to look when it's on their body and I'm like what like I'm worried about like okay. If I see a cover two defense you know. And then all of a sudden they rotate them. I gotta go this way on my read. You know I wasn't worried about what how my socks looked right right. Exac one superstar one last superstitious story going back to my grandfather's time in the box. Same so always he would always take a priest with them whenever he went anywhere and take two or three. Some cops were with them you know. They always went to box. There is at horse race. Horse match racing and boxing and so yellow boxer does the sign of the cross before he gets in the ring and one of his buddies. So I think was a cop said to the priests. Hey you think that will help. And the pre said only if he can fight now. He's got that was the best Superstation you better be. You were able to do the thing let alone just superstitious while you know when I was reading your book In some that you were telling some of those stories about boxing about your grandfather and and who used to go to the the the matches and I'm like well. I wonder if those same people would go to the matches today. You know you know. I wonder if it's filled with priests and Catholics and everybody you know. I'm thinking now on Vegas. I don't think they're all out in Vegas Watch. Boxing matches anymore. But you know it just tells you the world's changed well and I also think it was such a great immigrant story and so maybe the the immigrants of today who come from other countries have that experience boxing is. I think it's the ultimate tough guy experience and if you have nothing and you're willing to fight for it. I don't think there's a better way to do it. And that's what my grandfather's generation you know what we're doing is Irish and I think you know I so I wonder if that's that's how it is because that was that was their day and that was how they stepped into sports and politics. How the Irish now? The Italians. So many folks? That's how we got into sort of normal society or your finally got accepted right exactly and I think that You know it's amazing that you know when reading your book and and thinking about everything that your family has done and come through. There's been a lot of similar people that have come through Pittsburgh. My family's family ignorance. My Dad was one of fifteen right and you know and they did things just to survive make money and they were all in the military and do those types of things and and the vision that your day he. Your grandfather love sports and not just boxing but everything and then he said this is what I WANNA do. It probably was tough times for him. trying to find the money to buy team and then do all those things but he knew that someday that was going to be valuable for his family and what a family you guys have built so after college go to BC I think you graduated What was IT and Communications Political Science and Communication Right Right? So why did you pick those to pick political science because my grandfather always said you know you should get in politics? You're talking with people you know He. He always he always had good relationships with people in politics. And the other one I've ever seen in my life including my father who ended up doing okay in that world named ambassador but my grandfather was the only one I ever knew that had no political enemies. I mean everyone on every side of the aisle just like my grandfather. He could deal with them. He could get deals done for his business but stay out of their business and and just just was fantastic at doing that So so he's he thought that the communications I just. I don't know why did that. I guess it just I felt like there was. I think it was one of the things where I started. Five classes in and was like okay if I take three more. I'll get the double major right now. That's great so when you get out of of college were the plans. I mean your family so ingrained. In addition your dad is now running the steelers. And what will your plans? And he has some conversations with you about your next step in life. I I mean my father and I had had great conversations really it. I mean it's why I wrote the book and felt like I had point of view that was different IOS starting in college A you always talking on the phone every night and then when I got home we talk every night. I don't know that we ever said Hey. Here's a plan. Let's let's go forward with this. It was always talking about you. Know this is going on in Ireland Commissioner. Tagliabue's doing this. This young guy. Roger Goodell doing that a lot about coach. Noll and how coach Noll just head coach? Noel was my father's best partner and he said you know everyone's wrong in life. I'm not gonNA tell us. Not but he said that. That man has the most integrity. I've ever seen in my life so so just learning from these people Pete Rozelle just the greatest visionary of all time understood where the. Nfl was going. I actually went to Chile in South America for the first two years after college and worked with children with diabetes had diabetes now for forty five years and and my father was a big supporter of of doing something like that he said. Look you know it'll wants to get on a career path and that's a great thing. You are fortunate you know and and really I was sort of concerned whether it was the right thing to do or not and he said that would be a just a tremendous experience. I lived in Chile with children with diabetes in a Third World country. Which is really interesting. Because you know. Diabetes doesn't SORTA discriminate so we had kids that had nothing and would have to sharpen their needles on a rock and we had kids who had more money. You know 'cause there's money in the third world's a little different if you have at you have all May Day of power that you can't even think of here so just really interesting dynamics with with people and then helping them helping them deal with this. This disease in a way. That dumb was was humbling because we are a love. Many many people America that struggle in an I you know we try to do everything we can to to be support but the third world is you know. It's hard to imagine having a chronic illness. In a place like that it's really unimaginable. A certain way I mean people get medicines. There's there's twenty different types of insulin. These guys would get one bottle for three months and have to make it last where. I have ten bottles in my fridge now for the next four months. So just very humbling experience. And my father really encouraged supported me doing now. That that's wonderful We're joined by Jim Rooney Route writer of a different way. Great Book about his father. Dan Rooney that he wrote with his brother. Art I mean what a better conversation for me as a Pittsburgh to have him so excited about this You can listen to this podcast on radio.

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NFL passes expansion of Rooney Rule

Business Rockstars

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

NFL passes expansion of Rooney Rule

"The NFL is amending its Rooney rule after a few minority candidates were hired in recent years the league adopted the rule in two thousand three to require teams to interview qualified minority candidates for head coach and coordinator jobs teams will now need to interview at least two minorities for head coaching jobs and one for a coordinator's post the league also considering using draft pick positioning as incentive to hire more diverse cultures and people

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NFL expands Rooney Rule to boost diversity

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

NFL expands Rooney Rule to boost diversity

"Everyone NFL owners during the league's virtual spring meetings yesterday passed a series of changes to the Rooney rule that's the rule that's aimed at improving diversity in the NFL but those owners also tabled the proposal that would have given teams that hire minority coaches and general managers enhance draft picks here's the NFL network's Judy Batista eight table that they said because it once the word got out about it they got so much feedback so many people had creative ideas they're really happy with the creativity of the ideas so they want to take some time and go back they believe they're taking a holistic approach if you want to use that word to the problem of minority hiring they want to go at it from all

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NFL expands Rooney Rule to boost diversity

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

NFL expands Rooney Rule to boost diversity

"NFL owners have tabled the resolution that would have given drastic incentives for teams hire minority head coaches GM's and coordinators the owners did pass addendums to the Rooney rule which is falling short of its goal in increasing diversity in the NFL all clubs will now be required to interview at least two minority candidates from outside the organization for head coaching vacancies at least one minority candidate for any of the three coordinator spots and at least one external minority candidate for senior of football operations or general manager

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NFL enhances Rooney Rule, tables incentive idea

Mike's On

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

NFL enhances Rooney Rule, tables incentive idea

"Eighth the NFL's Rooney rule required now to interview to external minority candidates for head coaching jobs teens are also prohibited from denying permission to interview for a coordinator position with a different team the NFL owners table the idea providing incentives to hire minority candidates by approving prepositions

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"rooney" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

08:51 min | 3 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"We want your take on a very controversial issue for football fans as obviously the Rooney rule is back in the minds of everybody from a perspective of the NBA. Taking a vote on a proposal that would allow teams to move up in the draft if they hire a minority coach. Chore Minority. Gm. It also allows several opportunities for coaches that are existing on current staffs to be. Let go to a better opportunity and incentivize teams basically promoting that to happen. It incentivizes my favorite teams minority coordinators position coaches moving to work for your favorite team. If it's a in a profile along the way so there are a lot of interesting nuggets here in the Rooney rule conversation. That's about to take place but it leads to a conversation of whether or not the Rooney rule has been a failure Steven A. Amac's chimed in on that today on I take it has been I think the Fritz Pollard. Alliance would would would definitely Cosign that obviously they're committed to help minorities Gained significant positions in the national football league. They would highlight that. It's been a failure and I think the numbers. The fact showed that it's been a failure of but more importantly the owners themselves Have made it a fail you. Because of how the process has been circumvented They have granted gratuitous interviews to African Americans or have called for that knowing that they had no intentions whatsoever of hiring a particular African American candidate. They have interviewed African American candidates in the past knowing that they already made this elections and there was somebody that wasn't of African American descent. So you know you're inviting them into a room knowing that they have no chance whatsoever is basically like just somebody out to dinner and they basically yards and cross your T.'s to say that we went through that process and it's abysmal to to say the least Offensive coordinators didn't need to be more. There's only two in the national football league environment left. Which and Eric the enemy. We know that every enemy definitely deserved job. I ask rhetorical question. Maximum Molly should ever be enemy. Coaching Column Murray in Arizona. Should it be cliff? Kingsbury who was at Texas Tech was just five games over five hundred. Didn't have a winning record. His last three years and basically did nothing to earn a head coaching job in the National Football League. We see Tom Tom Again. With circumstances have taken place where African Americans are Short Changed There placated to some degree and the needs to stop. And as far as I'm concerned the first order of business highlighting that the Rooney rule has indeed beneficier. Which is why I said that although I don't support the specifics of what a few. Nfl had proposed to others just the other day before it was voted on yesterday. I don't I don't I'm not a proponent of the specifics in terms of moving up in the draft or anything like that I think that's a disaster for an African American. Get A head coaching job under those conditions. I do love to do love the fact that the compensation it provoked to compensation rather because the conversation needs to be had clearly what you're saying is you don't mind black men in the locker room as laborers performing for you on the field of play but when it comes to be leaders of men or dare. I say leaders of an organization. It's few and far between which is why guys like Lebron James and others said they refuse to shut up Gerbil and why. Nba play continuously. Push to have more power to empower themselves because to do otherwise would mean putting their trust in ownership and clearly. Nfl on his show. They can't be trusted. When it comes to valuing African Americans in leadership positions they clearly feel that way and something needs to be done to bring attention to it so again. The Rooney rule has been a failure. I don't think it's fair to call the Rooney rule of failure because the Rooney rule was never designed to be a Magic Elixir. Panacea for racism. The what's the answer to the question? Why are so called minority coaches people of Color underrepresented in the head coaching positions in the NFL? And the answer is the broad answer is systemic racism right and look at thirty two billionaire owners. I'M GONNA go out on a limb and say that some of them have racial biases and I'll go further out on a limb and say some of them are unaware of their racial bias. They exist nonetheless. You can say that about most of us. In fact it's part of being a human being and some of them probably are not unaware of their racial biases and the question is. How do we have the coaching positions leadership? Position Position of authority high paying jobs. Better reflect the population as it were of the. Nfl South the demographic breakdown of the NFL itself more closely resemble it. Because right. Now there's there's no there's an exact negative correlation it's the opposite of of the demographic composition of the NFL. Well one way is something like a Rooney rule and quotas and quotas systems usually breed resentment because when it comes down to individual cases. You're like oh I got to check this box. Come on I gotTa Cross this t dot this I. I already know who I want to hire happens not to be black. I have to bring in a an African American candidate just to satisfy the through understand why that breeds resentment it also probably has in conjunction with some with other devices would have a good effect but if you simply have rooney rule and not a better system to put talent in the pipeline. It's not GonNa do it. Obviously the Rooney rule by itself is not going to work unless there are other changes made. I take your take on. Espn RADIO ESPN news. I'm Jason Look. This isn't important conversation and it's important conversation because hiring is so poor right now in the NFL. And that's one thing you have to acknowledge. Look across the landscape of your favorite team and ask yourself how often they hired the best guy for coach over Jim. How often have you looked at a higher? Now there's a real question of whether or not candidates are getting qualified whether or not candidates are getting front of the right people. How do in fact grow the pipeline to the right way? Those are all things that the NFL needs to address. Not just because it's great for hiring minorities. They also need to redress it because it will give the League. Better coaches ultimately. Shouldn't that be part of the goal? I mean how often do you see teams go in and hire somebody as a first time head coach and it just doesn't work and then they come back for a second opportunity? We've seen this time and time again. They have more success. Why because they learn so much in the first time shouldn't there be a better pipeline to the process of becoming a head coach so that you're more prepared when you get in also shouldn't there be a better pipeline so that through the entirety of throughout the entirety of the process of hiring. You realize that you can get the best possible candidates. I've said it a million times. I grew up in the classical music world in the classical music world for anyone. That doesn't know when you walk out on stage for an audition you walk behind a screen. Nobody knows anything about you. When you submitted your information to get the audition you were given a number you walk out in a randomized the pattern from that they call your number you walk out on stage. Nobody sees you. Nobody knows anything about you. You go out and you play and as you walk off stage you either got the job or you didn't get the job. It's very simple. It's very fair me. The best player went. I want to live in that altruistic world truly I do but ultimately we have to accept the fact that that's not the world that's happening right now we all want to live in a world. We're simply being the best candidate and simply being the best coach. Gets YOU THE JOB? But we live in a world where in fact that isn't the case you know people just in the regular workforce. How often have you seen somebody? Move up the ladder and you said. Oh. It's not about what you do. It's about who you know well the. Nfl is still a good old boys business through all of it. I can't stress enough. I don't care for my beloved raiders. I don't care who you are if you coach my raiders to the best possible skill ability. That's all I care about. That's all I want but I don't own an NFL team. Ultimately you have to look across the landscape of NFL owners ask yourself. This are the best possible candidates getting the best possible jobs. Moreover are talented people getting the best opportunity to become qualified candidates. Those are issues that the NFL should be addressing. Not just because it's good for hiring but because it will make for better football teams that ultimately should be the goal for all of us to have the best coaches coached. The best players gives us a better product on the field. That is why this is a win for everybody if they can find better solutions. I'll take your take on it now. Not Afraid to talk to you. Guys about the toughest US triple eight say. Espn eight eight eight seven nine. Three seven seven six. We'll take your take on the Rooney rule and whether or not it's been a success or failure what the NFL could do. We want your take but coming up. In addition to that we're going to have a conversation with Dominic Foxworth who wrote one of the most interesting articles I've ever seen about this last year. I'm GONNA bring it back to the forefront. We're GONNA talk about this proposal with an expert that knows more about it than any.

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NFL owners make changes to enhance diversity on many levels

One Bills Live

02:44 min | 3 months ago

NFL owners make changes to enhance diversity on many levels

"Them they're trying to enhance diversity in the NFL's workplace diversity committee comprised of owners and executive personal art Rooney of the Steelers is the German bills owner Gimple goal is on that committee the diversity committee work what's a person committing them the ones responsible for these changes today nothing revolutionary day stable the proposal that was out there doing set of eyes minority hires retract fix which I think everybody agrees pretty good deal but disgusting Jane there is dumb Jerry bell said last segment you're trying to do something about they recognized a problem they have a problem trying to deal with yeah they do they do and it is and I I think it's the positions become untenable you and I think certainly perhaps that in some way shape or form the the the system is somehow bad I mentioned were banter nodded shot that the pipeline is but there's no question some doesn't add up okay and I don't I don't know that it is simple is just set and now these owners don't have any black friends so they don't want to hire any black employees I I don't know because you know right the whole the whole league is filled with great people who happen to be black and white yeah I mean it's so I I don't know I don't know if it's that simple I don't know where the solution and we had a guest tomorrow and then we have monomer Dominique Foxworth chairs as our producer set up did J. just open up your microsecond Kelly were Dominique's working these days do you know him he played in the NFL and he was a defensive back he's really intelligent and that was the working stuff for ESPN and then he writes for the undisputed all right right he has been a gym membership I think is on the bills on the market for a head coach and they wound up with rex Ryan but we were talking to Dominique Foxworth and show one day here I think is before you receive any at a whole proposal about bringing the next head coaches you know you can't they because a guy is a good defense coordinator he's going to be a great head coach same thing on offense grooming head coaches and what it takes to grow my head coach and I think somewhere the answer to the minority issues in there I'd be really eager to hear what Dominique Foxworth says about that yeah I come it's a little bit of cronyism it's probably a little bit like a the owner doesn't have many minority friends but it's more I think this is this is what we do you know we take the hot young coordinator offense or defense to make it right coach without thinking about who's going to be a really good head coach you know right they're fortunate charming German a really good defensive coordinator couple years ago and what it takes to be a good head coach as well but they don't all I I I can't I really look forward to talking to Dominique facts with about the

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Source: Rooney Rule to require more interviews

America's First News

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Source: Rooney Rule to require more interviews

"The NFL's amending the Rooney rule to require more interviews of minority candidates for head coaching and coordinator positions are reacting to a lack of diversity progress in hiring the legal required teams to interview at least two candidates minority candidates from outside the organization for head coach openings that rule named after the late Dan Rooney who owned the Pittsburgh Steelers and was adopted in two thousand three it has had some impact but the recent spate of coaching hiring in that recent spate if you have done to minority

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Panthers Snap 3-Game Skid With 5-3 Win Over Devils

Steve Somers Show

00:09 sec | 6 months ago

Panthers Snap 3-Game Skid With 5-3 Win Over Devils

"The devils were outscored by the Panthers five three that ends their consecutive game point streak at six goals in defeat from Jackie was Kevin Rooney and tile

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"rooney" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

08:47 min | 6 months ago

"rooney" Discussed on The Lead

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Sweet business grows here schedule your free product to a right now and receive their free guide. Seven seven key strategies to grow your profits at net sweet dot com slash lead. That's a free product tour in free guide today at nets dot com slash L. E. A.. Hd Net sweet dot com slash lead semi. When we talk about the Rooney rule? We think about the late Dan Rooney who the rule is named after. How has the owner's role in this changed since the rule was instituted? Seventeen years ago Dan Rooney very much was in the spirit of doing things the right way and having a an open process that considers a lot of candidates including minority candidates. But you know one of the concerns now. Is that a lot of those sort of legacy owners like Dan Rooney. Who did care are gone? They've been replaced by a new generation of owners. Who really haven't come up having a stake in this issue right and so I had a great conversation with Paul Tagliabue the former NFL commissioner at during Super Bowl? Week about this. He thinks accused has to. They have to get other current owners invested in it. tagliabue's made this point that they need to have five or six current owners on a committee that is forced to audit hiring in the league. Come up with the strategy and then put their name on it and be the next sort of Rooney and what are some of the other ideas. You've heard that can potentially address this. The Fridge powered alliance has four four ideas number one started the club level. Make sure there are strategic diversity inclusion plans for each team that can then be graded raided. Another would be to increase the requirement of the Rooney rule from one minority candidate interview to a third point would possibly be took expand the Rooney rule for some of the coordinator openings. Such a high percentage of head coaches have been coordinators. But they're so few minority coordinators right. So maybe the numbers would go up there. And then the fourth was seeking ways to slow the hiring process and I think that's the key is slower process is a better process. What's Tony Dungy? Had to say day throughout all this I mean this whole thing kind of starts with his firing the successful black coaches that we know of for the most part came through his system in some way. And and you know. He's still an extremely vocal and prominent and respected member of the NFL community. Tony's always been about less about. What are the numbers? And how many got hired hired this cycle. He's been all about the process. I think we have to get the owners more information. They've got to understand that there's a universe of people out there that they may not know about and it's not necessarily racism is just being ignorant of WHO's out there who could help them. Why your search any good search is is going to include a diverse range of candidates? Right reconsider a lot of different people whether they're a minority or not. I mean that's how you get. The Best Coaches Yanji is always said to many teams don't know they think they've got a guy and they wanted to get that guy but if you have a philosophy of what you want so you can find that other guy. What about this idea that the players themselves should be speaking up more and not to bring this whole thing back to eric? B enemy but before the Super Super Bowl before the AFC championship game. Even you know a bunch of chiefs players were saying that they would love to win this one for Eric B enemy to get the ring on his finger so he could go into that interview room and say if you want this ring you should hire me absolutely. I think there's GonNa be some scrutiny neon him in the process next off season there sure is. He's now got the Super Bowl Ring. I think they're also could be a higher number of openings at there are and Eric Van. The enemy doesn't get hired. Maybe that is a trigger point for players to say what what. What's going on here what what's happening? Finally Mike what comes next in this whole conversation the station I feel like the conversation goes away between hiring cycles right. So what's going to happen is march eighteen rates. He's going to open. We'll all anyone is going to be talking about for a month before that and going in is what's going to happen with Tom Brady. And then it's GonNa be back Bernard again until January January first of twenty twenty one when there's eight openings or whatever and now everyone's GonNa major by how many minorities are hired for the head. Coaching the job. Because what if two of them are fired this next year and other hired. Then you're going to really have something. Well thank you so much for breaking down this issue. That doesn't sound like it's going to get solved anytime soon. Thank you could be the I really appreciated. You can read Mike Mike Sanders piece on the Rooney rule and his coverage of the NFL at the Athletic Dot Com. Here are some other stories. We're following at the lead. The California the police officer who prevented Toronto Raptors President of Basketball Operations Messiah who cheery from going on the court after the team won the NBA finals. Last year is now suing Eugene. The suit claims that Jerry struck the officer in the face and chest with both fists before eventually making it under the court to celebrate with the team. The Alameda County District Attorney's office had declined to press charges against Kyrie after conducting a month long investigation. The officer and his wife who is a CO plaintiff are also suing the raptors and NBA. MLB is considering a bonkers new proposal for changing the playoff format. The New York Post reports that the new format would increase the number of playoff teams from ten to fourteen but more importantly slash ridiculously would institute a quote reality reality. TV Type Format to determine which teams would face each other in the expanded wildcard round. Basically the top team in each league would get a bye and the two remaining division winners would get to pick which wildcard teams. They face in a three game. opening-round series those playoff matchups would be revealed on a live selection. Show the Sunday after the regular season ends. And if that's not a metaphor for America in two thousand twenty. I don't know what is and Iran News. I would be four hundred. Aaron a teenage girl. who was talking about? Aaron Rodgers bringing her popsicles while l.. She was waking up from tonsil surgery. got a pleasant surprise yesterday. Dan Patrick who is dating. Aaron Rodgers sent the girl a message on twitter saying quote. We would like to buy you four hundred popsicles. DM Your address. The next time I have surgery I'm asking Layla Messy for Barcelona tickets. Just want obstacles from wondering I'm yeah I product unto the Davidson. I'm underscore.

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Montco Man Arrested in Brutal Beating Death of 22-Year-Old Girlfriend

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 6 months ago

Montco Man Arrested in Brutal Beating Death of 22-Year-Old Girlfriend

"Montgomery County man who police say told them his girlfriend was jumped by three women is now charged with her murder a wide W. suburban bureau chief Jim Miller reports twenty three year old Sabrina her Rooney was pronounced dead at pasta Memorial Hospital in Monday afternoon not long after her boyfriend twenty three year old Nicholas foreman brought her there in Hoover according to charging documents when first questioned by police Forman said he and Rooney read a barn oaks on Sunday night really got an argument with three women his socialist women followed them back to his home on Hamilton road and park in the township saying Rudy went up to fight them but he stayed out of it because he's on probation after the fight he says he helped her back to his house and took her to the hospital the next day when he realized how badly she was injured but the criminal complaint says the uber driver who took them home from the bar on Sunday night says they were arguing about a text from her Rudy's ex boyfriend Wednesday police checked foreman's phone they say they found a video of Rudy lying on the ground with blood buyer and there's a man's voice not recording calling her voter names and saying this is what a cheating liar guests

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Devils Rally In Regulation, Then Edge Sens In Shootout

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 7 months ago

Devils Rally In Regulation, Then Edge Sens In Shootout

"The devils come out of the all star break tonight with a win in the end a three game losing streak with a four three shootout victory over the Ottawa senators the key to go surf and Jack Hughes had the goals in the shootout Damon Sivers and Kevin Rooney and Kyle Palmieri scored in regulation for

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House approves war powers resolution to restrict Trump on Iran

Mike Gallagher

02:54 min | 7 months ago

House approves war powers resolution to restrict Trump on Iran

"Called the Iran war powers resolution so you had eight Democrats voted against below sea but yet three Republicans Matt Gage Frances Rooney Thomas Massie all voting all cross the three of them crossing party lines to vote for hello she used dean and I don't get it I just don't get it Matt Gage was on last night I mean here's here's cut a lead here areas on the floor of the house cut number twelve from C. span and there isn't a more solidly trump supporting American congressmen the mac gates and yet here he was explaining why he is siding with Nancy Pelosi and voting against president trump in voting for this non binding war powers resolution I take a backseat to no member of this body when it comes to defending the president this resolution offers no criticism of the president no critique doesn't criticize the president's attack on Seoul Monty matter fact this resolution doesn't even say soul Montes name it yeah it does articulate our very robust basis for self defense at times even preemptory self defense to defend our troops and it also articulates are non del double duty as members of the United States Congress to speak to matters of war and peace I represent more troops than any other member of this body I buried one of them earlier today at Arlington and that sergeant died a patriot and a hero if the members of our armed services have the courage to go and fight and die in these wars as Congress we ought to have the courage to vote for or against them and I think it's ludicrous to suggest that we are impairing the troops from doing their job by not doing our job articulated in the constitution to speak to these matters of war and peace I support the president killing soul money was the right decision but engaging in another forever war in the Middle East would be the wrong decision and that's why I'm voting for this resolution I yield back gradually since congressman gates you're voting with Nancy Pelosi you're voting for the resolution that was sponsored by Alyssa slot can the Democrat from Michigan I I I I I'm still baffled by his his defense that well doesn't criticize press of course you criticize that's the whole point of it is to criticize the president injury and to to to handcuff him to rein him in it literally is meant to limit president trump's ability to deal with Iran as he

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"rooney" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"rooney" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Of the way Mooney podcast start up top by breaking some news no one in the world world news this yet but when you move into Darby county to become player coach in January we will get to that. We'll just say when I heard the news I saw was the lent. Some people go to avoid having to poke holes for me to the Party with Jim Ryan. We are taping at the end of an international break. There are four games left in the regular season as we sit here Eh. DC currently in fourth place in the East over assured of a playoff spot how much to seating chilly matter because Italy it turns into a cup competition wants the playoffs civic different. Obviously you finish in four. You get home game study on home with frontier so we sit tair nearly a month after you announce that you're going to return to England to join Dhabi County as a player coach emotionally. How does it feel to be finishing finishing off one season and breaching yourself for an entirely different situation another locker room. Is that a challenge. Does it feel like you're in kind of between the two footballing purgatory. Obviously the first week is a bit different views about you combine to. Ut May to know you're leaving so it is a challenge for ten years to. I'm trying to do well two time. Make sure we make the playoffs D. C. and then of a few weeks break before going to be so I think it's called the break which allow me to recharge the bathrooms refocus. Yeah it's a different role. Are you taking on so mentally at the end of the season. You'd need two or three weeks okay so far the Game Dhabi county a remarkable club a proud club long game for return to the glory days like DC united whom you lifted on your shoulders championship often consider to be the most cut through and competitive league in the world crucible. How'd you think it's going to be different to the English game that you use thing. It's actually a little bit similar to this League of priorities at least playoffs per game to go further and got the promotion. You know just a player. You're going to be a player manager alongside Dutch legend Philip Coku. How're you preparing for that coaching aspect but I have to do a lot of homework on the League on top counties team and I think it's GonNa take me going in and seeing y'all Philip Work State today with the players and I'm sure there's a little bit which are be able to help with behind the scenes I think first of all going player of you spoken to any of your old teammate experience that jewell roll like John Kerry no well. I think my focus was playing years or don't want to look too far ahead in terms of so on I've got no control over at the minute that common obviously the time uh-huh boy. I have to give every and of course assign hope to see to make these playoffs so that's where my focus is Paul. The joy of being in America that you've expressed breasts over an ovum is the freedom that you've experienced hand to go wherever you want them to be out with the limelight in a way that you not when you're in the United Kingdom judge infamy unveiling at Derby County going to be back in the headlines every day mentally. How'd you braced for the I've been my whole life. It's which I'm used to. I understand my name in England sells newspapers so from the smallest thing to the biggest thing they'll try and put me in the console that is what it is in Behove Asli with it must children so it will be taking them to school constraining depend on the time because the job will be petition teams of helping coaching and I'll be there longer probably if not I'll be mickey to go home so it's yeah that's a normality. You've had a spell l. on the sideline hair. After a recent red card gains a New York Red Bulls for some Orgy Jake of a serious question because few is what J. Law football football but none of them ever received a red card on the field as a professional player you've had by Mike how which is standard for a play play. We had a career as long as yours. Renaldo had eleven. David Beckham had a Jew remember you. I is approaching them away. December two thousand and to assume that game I come on soups choose ten minutes eight. St Row Cards. It was about Taco Essay was full blooded member. I over run the ball when Steve Vickers was coming out to try and take the ball and after time of launch stupidly rarely and a member after the game fifteen institute down is Shinzo it was about tackle it was a history-making tackle because you became the youngest player ever to be red carded in the primarily and remember because I was on that game as a ref held the red card you stay forever in shock and then you left the failed with a wave to the evident fans who chanted your name. David Moyes said after the game he said a decent attempt to win the ball. I think Rooney's the real victim here is what he said. It was it was about tackling didn't mean to pay a journey to try and win the ball and I think young ball and do try and get back on it. Land with experience would not make on just like that because cancer Monceau was record was and this is a crazy question but indulge may away the emotions football go through in the red card moment when that ref does wield the red infantry you face what emotion default you feel for your teammates because you know difficult position teams down to ten men. Macau to New York if I'm wrong and you're the first and with this WanNa WanNa try to put me Fordham to hold the guy off across his chest which happens all the time in the penalty area. Unfortunately my arm is rise to open unquote. The Guy Narrows Knockin of the Referees Commission begin the season said they'll look back in feel simulation they can go back and do your which the players rolled amount wholeness face to face and see. Why is it me record referee. I was disappointed obviously since off still don't believe it was when you hit the changing room and you there on the on the game still going on then you can hear the crowd and you know you're going to be suspended. What does that feel. Nice feeling and hoping the team can get out the game because you do believe if you go on to lose your fault in your teammates down so you just hope and really the worst one I out to the world court final two thousand six straight Red Cut. It was weird feeling because obviously I want the team to win but then on the side of my mind was if we win. We win win again. We get to welcome final. I'm banned contact party. In the semifinal final. Show that was a that was a weird feeling them disappointment. I think almost put about ten holes in the wall restroom punching the walls and kicking the walls with token by England and we're sitting here in September a month in your career ah littered with milestone memory September third two thousand and three sixteen years ago. You scored you. I go in an Finland. You're buzzed Catholic kid. You really were seventeen years. Three hundred and seventeen days old became the youngest ever goalscorer for the English English national team spanking the ball past the stunned Macedonian goalkeeper. Whenever Watch this goal is not quite clear to me ever whether he knew he could actually use his founding go as you think back to that moment. Does it feel recent or does it feel a lifetime again. Yes he was a longtime member. The ball play forward a to me. Laskey who had down to me and visit didn't cut you clean and I was surprised actually willing to go off to keep doing ah I'll take my first goal and I have a pitcher my house of that goal celebration which got signed by all the players obviously the start of scoring in many many many more because on September the eight th two thousand fifteen as a twenty nine year old you became England's all time leading goalscorer go. You'll timidly netted a record fifty three goals over the course of one hundred and twenty international appearances breaking the Great British legend Bobby Hobie Charlton's record as England's all time scorer amazing achievement doing goals feel different to scoring clip goals wing no not really early. I'd never take all kinds of goals at the data for Manchester United Everton. DC England would say once got like thirty five goals for England Kanako feel close to getting ready for that was getting closer every time it was a billion to be honest because every few is algae feel about you getting and Closer Bobby Charlton and like I think it was clear what's going to happen when it happens. I'll speak about it. It's not so much. I wanted to speak of every time with England Linden. Of course it's great. I'm proud oven. Although I don't think Yale stunned fifty years Poggi challenge one and I think Holly Cain possibly the next two three years will surely got twenty five goals. He's fantastic. Goals Colon Goals Golden Lahore. Freedland is fantastic his fourteenth on the list already the all time when I got home when I went last game. I said it would be an honor for me to present him like Bobby. Charlton presented me with the Golden Own Beautiful. I'm sure that will be before you. WanNa see feel. It's remarkable. Hurricane is just overtaken the Great Geoff Hurst Fourteenth on the list. I'm watching him. It is possible to imagine a day. He takes records but what the record means. He is the fact that you have so many. Do they feel it easy. Come easy go. What do you feel a sense that you've sacrificed so much to win them. You want hold onto nothing records. There has to be and you ask any teammates. I'm not on the pitch thinking. Can I have this call. This game play players. Cristiano Revenues Roy these win the game four nearly don't scold almost in tears life on football pitches score goals entity and does not along with the way they are obviously see how how many goals Cristiano the more. There's a selfishness which these plays the top players. I've called in terms of trying to score as many goals and being disappointed. There's nothing along with apple and more of player. I just want to play and enjoy it and I think that's why you see when sickly days when a when involved in a game you'll be dropping deeper in trying to play in getting on the ball so I'm not really worried to buy anymore roads to England without a fine international break. They've thrash goals postal comers with Harry Kane Young Sancho razz clicking sudden undoubtedly one of the best teams in the world which for those of us who've watched England for decades. It's remarkable to experience when you watch this team. Did you ever look at some of these players. The canes the sterling's feelings and think Oh mom we would have done a major damage to defenses if they've been born ten years ago. No I've watched him with excitement. I watched him with happiness oversee. Let's see what the women I think you look at ten years ago. We are best group of players in well. Football Apple Rio Ferdinand John Actually Call Jeddah skulls lumpy Beckham Myself Clawing with our team then if we are the quad the Ola doc plays notes about them today. It's the manage I uh thing going right with Gareth. Southgate young manager took his time and he hasn't been rushed into and in obviously been through the FA is where to these young players in seeing them at the Super Bowl last year. He's trying to get different ideas. I think it's important you can take different ideas from different people and he's not on of course the group of players are fantastic plays as well and I think what's important for highly sought a a regime stale and arguably Montes best player. You've got players playing in top teams. 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"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And just stop i'm gonna just any sense engel but talking that one play away moody knowing the league as you do steve what's he gonna love about it won't going to hate about it because there's going to be there's going to be so many differences on him in is going to hit the traveling and he's going to have to adjust to the player's plane with guys played in the primarily for fifteen years yep he's going to have to adjust to to a player who doesn't quite the same technique what is used to and doesn't actually think along the same lanes as as the games consume what's going on between the years once he gets over indeed those coming that then would fight a better get used to the heat dealt it that much or dc yeah what's he gonna love i mean this is going to be reason he's coming jay jay is good absolutely love walking around and nobody gives who is it does exactly what is going on the page what do you what do you know what there's one thing forget you know we're always talking about when a plate rooney comes it's always about the lace though you know about the money you know how can transform mls if we ruin comes to mls there's only one reason he's coming to because he wants to play win rooney wants to play he's not coming here for any other reason and my opinion and in majors in majors taken back to the recent says to why he played a game to begin with it's like look let me enjoy myself let me play nine environment in which the pressure is not quite what he has been in the past and i'm just gonna whatever i got left however many years i can play lemme enjoy that and let me make sure that i maximize whatever i have left and perhaps i can be an example to guys around me as well if he takes that approach and is productive on the field then yes this could be a great time for united that wayne rooney and patrick mullins str.

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"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

"His winning to luca you wanna club america santos we're going to be a favorite and this one is luke the best regular season team won eighteen that hasn't scored more than two rows all season called road goals in the last round that was a to rogan looking at america inside the school america would be the this is good and he's got a very good record in their history against america in the playoffs i will take on santisima suspension injury questions on america needs us i'm going to go on to beat santos and then i think beat deluca don't think scholla's has via power to get through the semi all right great stuff guys visiting you sit on you abode check out game learn something families field world seven nfc lable daily so remind me daily seven days a week now on espn plus if you ever miss a show of course you could catch the podcast version on espn f c dot com also available all the bits that don't make into the regular show we collaborate together to package espn and see extra tie always little difference something else say no operative would welcome back shaggy thank you different were the law segment to go for a walk strict malek's she wants this makes me tense what's wayne rooney getting himself into wearing a dc jude i think it needs to be cleaned to getting into right no as far as east concern them shoot it's just a boat a contract is the money should it doesn't win in the the the so he has to be aware of the situation dc the rock bottom.

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"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Like in the glow seem relax you seem calm nothing from everything is great yeah this is going to last in any case well i think it's up with wayne rooney and let's start with the fact that wayne rooney is was and has been a tremendous player for many years now and i'll say many years because those thirty two year old legs that you're talking about those are some legs that have somewhere and tearing them and we saw that in his last few days with mine to say united where he kept getting further and further and further away from goal where so much so that he's getting the ball from centreback and trying to hit balls over the top that's not that wayne rooney that you would want to see with dc night because that he's best he was dynamic player in the final now when you see a player that naturally started drifting further and further away from goal he knows that he's lakes and so that dynamic player is no longer there it's hard to get really excited about wayne rooney beef he's not going to be the guy who's going to score a bunch of goals from for you because i don't know that he brings say what perhaps latin brings to the table and that is when rooney's not gonna been late night talk shows he's not going to be selling your brand he's not going to be selling brand new major league soccer but it is a name that is recognizable and if you're going to tidy that up with the opening of a stadium i think it's something to be applauded in the sense that at least there's an intent by united to be a major player in major league soccer which they haven't been they have not been relevant for many years now here's at least a step forward so this point whether this will move the needle in the capital city grant polls i no you'll familiar with everybody mine actually on the on the radio in dc saying don't follow i know who wayne rooney is a mole to go to the game if he's on the team that is why they signed him quite signed him yet guy being positive.

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"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Hello there and welcome to the show major haley alley marino to my right steve nicol and check his left i've been a new position i'm going to say fish time in these surroundings and used to being on the end of the wall it sounds like you're complaining is that the fischel complaint i think a formal complaint i know by the way just to let you know i don't make decisions it was steve so you gotta go to the meeting later on we'll talk about the decision that wayne rooney a piece to be about today key to go to mls in dc united we'll also get into says fabric some of his veiled comments maximum of chelsea teammates maybe one in particular but before that or not what about what else is power the edge that the alternate tees majesty united looking to the name is the second best team in the premier league you know what they were able to do it carving hard fought hard earned you'll nil draw against west ham united they struggled for it when you see that we suggest that would try to do so when quite frankly i had no idea what we're trying to i know you watch it was a hard watch you cut your eyes open okay okay it was hard to watch and in fairness restaurant didn't try to do anything themselves but then manchester united secondbest prema leaguers as you see on your expected so much more just and teams of breaking on the side who when real jeff going up a couple of weeks ago india end it really was i'm watching it really was you want enthralled by scotland doing his thing out there.

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"rooney" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"rooney" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Seen from the perspective of mary might lynn play by rooney mara on our own ben here went alone to talk to garth davis and really mara and this was recorded speaking but you wanna hear this recorded you to again another snafu on ben's iphone right hey if it's good enough then i've really the podcast so if there's a slight discrepancy with a sound quality meal then this is totally fine is told it's it's fine we're gonna we're gonna go and enjoy garth mara okay joining yeah we're joined on the empire podcast by the merrimack twin gulf davis and his saw reading mara how you guys doing good how are you doing good thank thank you you thank you into the office listening you may not know who was married mental in hell she'd been kind of traditionally viewed through history and also portrayed as young to give in this bill you did this really well yesterday a little i think everybody cut on this well popular culture say's mary as a prostitute and when when we read the script you know this is mining revelation that she wasn't she was actually a spiritual later in iras arise and i was completely shocked story hadn't been told so you know this film bicycling off eight for the first time in a long time two thousand years actually tells his story you guys were together online couple years ago how long have to lie in did you come across mary magdalene did you immediately think of ready for the pilots.

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"rooney" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"rooney" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Seen from the perspective of mary might lynn play by rooney mara on our own ben here went alone to talk to garth davis and really mara and this was recorded speaking but you wanna hear this recorded you to again another snafu on ben's iphone right hey if it's good enough then i've really the podcast so if there's a slight discrepancy with a sound quality meal then this is totally fine is told it's it's fine we're gonna we're gonna go and enjoy garth mara okay joining yeah we're joined on the empire podcast by the merrimack twin gulf davis and his saw reading mara how you guys doing good how are you doing good thank thank you you thank you into the office listening you may not know who was married mental in hell she'd been kind of traditionally viewed through history and also portrayed as young to give in this bill you did this really well yesterday a little i think everybody cut on this well popular culture say's mary as a prostitute and when when we read the script you know this is mining revelation that she wasn't she was actually a spiritual later in iras arise and i was completely shocked story hadn't been told so you know this film bicycling off eight for the first time in a long time two thousand years actually tells his story you guys were together online couple years ago how long have to lie in did you come across mary magdalene did you immediately think of ready for the pilots.

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"rooney" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"rooney" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Fair in which robert deniro sits in the cinema laughing really loudly at the look at a really threatening manner of what's going on the screen is just one short the cameras what trekked back is it added real around is absolutely terrified that for me is the one of the great noncompliance moments in america where wolf in london as yes although although compliance in those cinemas is a slightly different issue yes that's true and yes i see i see your point if you want to see the code of conduct it is on the way detainment page on the five live website and your contributions 850 five eight in may will be cedoccut uk more this coming up all the reviews of the weeks knee movies let's talk about if in which is out next week the film is mary magdalene and it will speak to ruin him are in just a second here's a clip which features rooney as mary maitland and whack him phoenix as jesus off still alive spook them johnstone dunfermline them stung manning i'll pay us he you are my witness and that's a clip from mary magdalene on delighted to say rooney mara the start of the film is where this hella rooney harry harry ill so enjoyed mary might then very much and knew nothing about it a toll of those things the best way to concede movies just learnt on a roughly what the story was on a new that you're in it i know the wack can phoenix plays jesus bearing that's all i knew just tell us how you got involved in this film in the first place while i had worked with garth davis on his first film lions were and that the went pretty well and i i just enjoyed working at him so much i don't know if you've met him but he's just down the very very special human and director and um i'd really wanted to work with him again and i think it was a few months after lyon he sent me an email asking me what i thought of mary magdalene and i kind of knew what he meant from that and i am at first to be honest is like a dohalight pleased l 'cause i knew i really.

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"rooney" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"rooney" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Will price actually most people will go for getting it legit most people don't want to pirate they want to do it properly your faith is touching people are good you know what i had a very good of gump without the other day i was trying to unblock got stuck you're the snow blah blah blah ended up in basingstoke i was very far away from where i live and i met a young man who daniel who is a medical student and his father and uncle gave me who they never met before in their life a lift all the to millbrook and then they downloaded a film now it is i so right books of his ten because that's where we are then it's going to be news and sport then it's going to be rooney mara talking about mary mightily at well at number eighteen okay would just going to mention this because no great in his offend a fantastic woman and lilian mcmahon says really live toiv fringe josh out of the country for a few days i decided to take arrests solo daytime trip to the excellent watershed cinema here in bristol which is a brilliant cinema as today or yesterday when he was ready is international women's day my natural choice was a fantastic woman on i loved it having seen the trailer and heard about some of the tough scenes i had steeled myself for an emotional beating however while there is a lot of pain in darkness sensitively told in marina story i left the cinema feeling uplifted she faces horrible grief and abuse with amazing bravery and strength it is the story of a hero and towards the end i had to bite back some triumphant cheers the film looks gorgeous the santrac is chosen so well and daniel avega is men's merrick in.

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"rooney" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"rooney" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"We'll gentleman it's in the nfl it is firing and hiring season for coaches and in this league for a number of years that there has been a policy commonly known as the rooney rule which mandates that teams must interview minority candidates during their hiring process for both head coaching and kirk if i'm wrong and coordinate and defensive offensive coordinator says well my correct about that but i'm certainly crowd about the head coaching job and and i i wanted to reference a quote that i had the carried in my head for over fifty years from a beloved history teacher name a graham down who used to talk about things in the following context such and such he said was honoured in the breach rather than the observance and that is the case with the rooney will to our parent eyes most notably the valley who'd hiring of john bruton in oakland a and i'll just throw it out there do we think they're wound he will came into play here with the hiring of john bruton well i mean i already we already have heard the terms of the contract for john gruden before john gruden was offered the job remember that we were hearing about slices of ownership and pieces and the kind of money that he was going to get any end tactically even been offered the job or or announced yet now according to raiders gm reggie mckenzie they interviewed to minority candidates before his hiring was announced oakland plight ends coach bobby johnson who was in the building right.

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"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"rooney" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The predictions where the everton we're going to get overrun rarely by manchester city for you to believe the the prematch predictions but it it didn't really work out like that but the red card must have played a big part in that point i think you know they bent in the beginning in withstand some of the pressure early on from city getting their goal was was hugely helpful of course than the red card helped along the way but that's the part that surprised me the most the fact that once they were up a man that they didn't try and keep possession as much to me what it shows is that lack of a presence that someone can hold the ball up and bring players in when everton's so deep so when the ball went up the calvin lured he was lou in he wasn't able to hold the ball and when you're centreforwards not able to hold ball you can't get people out then man city can continue pressing all over the fuel which they did and eventually that pressure was just too much and give up the goal how did you said in impressed by everton impressed by pets comeback we manchester city with ten men well i thought manchester city we're better with ten men than they were with eleven to be honest with you everton would set up pretty cleverly they looked solid i think i'll be a good proposition this season rooney seems to be on his own kinda comeback concert the boys a right the goalkeeper pickford he might be england's goalkeeper in the future the very near future i think and i liked calvert lewin upfront he had a difficult job but he set up the goal beautifully and calls one or two other problems as well but it was a point one really for city playing with ten men for that long.

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"rooney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"rooney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The girl the dragon tattoo and it was kate merrill who's been both the in by how sukur's nso this are now i'm all i'm old straight on that and i thought that they looked a lot alike but the roland tells me that because all i think that a similar vibe to them honestly us similar and only a few years of part and i did ringers but the reason i thought they were almost identical twins was because i thought that rony mary was in both of these and she was the neither of the uh but she was in the girl with the dragon tattoo now you're wondering i guess how did someone get the name rooney rooney merit where did that name come from us i don't know what your any other girls called rooney boy i name now i that we know mickey rooney of us whereas with well here's here's the backstory on this and it's a it's interesting she is the daughter oh well she she's in the mirror family in the and the mira family goes back a long way wellington mira i think the grandfather made even the great grandfather was the owner the principal owner of the new york football giant is not to be confused with the new york giants back in the fifties the giants new york giants were the baseball team and that's why the football team playing in the national football league's called by new yorkers always the new your football giants to distinguish one from the other so wellington mary is in the lineage and art rooney was the owner of the pittsburgh steelers try it well kate mehra and rooney mehra our are both the the both the descendants of a marriage between the rony family in the merah family so rooney mira was since he has a a paternal grandfather on the on the rony side or a maternal grandfather and the paternal grandfather on the marissa and inflow chart for this a too that's why they combined so they gave the the rooney named ad to her as a first name and i actually think it's it's uh her middle name because each birth certificate as patricia roni mehra but she goes by patricia on my head is spinning as mine the guide young actress designs their cates cage middle name is ruini also with eight rooney marriage so it's the family name that's the middle.

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