The Chelsea boss said: "It was a lot of wind and we tried to land the first time but it wasn't possible for this reason. In these circumstances you feel a bit afraid, a bit scared, but the captain was very good". The last time the third-bottom Hammers played on a Friday they were hammered by Brighton - a result that hastened the exit of Slaven Bilic. "I try to speak with my club about this problem and to try to pay more attention for the future.
Rumour has it that the Belgian wants more than the £120,000-per-week wages United are reportedly offering - at the age of 29 this is likely to be the last "big" contract he can command - while there may also be some discussion over the length of any deal.
A team spokesman said Friday that Rose has been excused since Wednesday and there is no timetable for his return. The former MVP (when he was with the Bulls) has played in only seven of the 18 games the Cavs have played. The team said last week that Rose's ankle will be immobilized for a week and he will undergo extended treatment "over the next two to three weeks". He's averaging 14.3 points on 47 percent shooting (23.1 percent from 3), 2.6 rebounds and 1.7 assists this season.
While, in the second game, Sindhu had to fight hard to ensure a win for herself as the Japanese was leading initially and was just few points away to push the match into a decider. It is a fine win considering the Japanese was seeded number five. She will next meet eighth seed Chinese Chen Yufei . However, Yamaguchi has the better current world ranking - 2 to Sindhu's 3 - and her most recent win over Sindhu was a sound thrashing 21-14, 21-9.
Taylor entered the game in the second half and finished the game with 15 of 25 passes completed for 158 yards and a touchdown. He was never the biggest problem, though, protecting the ball well and extending plays with his feet. Peterman's five picks in two quarters were more than Taylor has tossed all year (3). The Bills are coming off three consecutive losses, turning a 5-2 record into a 5-5 record heading into Week 12.
The Australian Open will use a 25-second shot clock and players may be fined for retiring or performing "below professional standards" in the first round of Grand Slams from next season. The Grand Slam Board meeting in London also chose to pay 50 percent of the first-round prize money to the injured who pulls out on site before their opening match.