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14 Янв 2021, 10:05
Рудковская включила учениц Тутберидзе в список любимых фигуристок

Музыкальный продюсер Яна Рудковская назвала своих любимых фигуристок.

Отвечая на вопросы подписчиков в сторис Instagram, жена двукратного олимпийского чемпиона Евгения Плющенко заявила, что ей нравятся Александра Трусова, Алена Косторная, Вероника Жилина, Софья Муравьева, Софья Титова, которые занимаются в академии бывшего фигуриста.

«А также Камила Валиева, Аня Щербакова, Лиза Туктамышева и Рика Кихира! Ну и, конечно, Женя Медведева и Алина Загитова, Аделина Сотникова и Юлия Липницкая — мои чемпионы», — написала Рудковская.

Ранее продюсер назвала хореографа группы Тутберидзе «безумной марионеткой».

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17 Янв 2021, 08:08

Как отмечено в постановлении главного государственного санитарного врача Костаная, из 53 учащихся, у которых диагностировали коронавирус, 19 обучаются в дежурных группах, в том числе 14 учащихся начальных классов. Остальные 34 заболевших школьника учились в дистанционном формате. Зарегистрированы случаи инфицирования и среди сотрудников школ – 34 человека, а также еще 18 работников дошкольных организаций.

«С 18 января 2021 года по 31 января 2021 года, в связи с регистрацией коронавирусной инфекции среди сотрудников и учащихся, перевести сотрудников и учащихся в дистанционный формат работы с 5 по 11 классы», – сказано в постановлении главного государственного санитарного врача Костаная Алмата Байкенова.

В целом эпидемиологическую обстановку в Костанайской области власти оценивают, как ухудшающуюся. Подтверждает это и тот факт, что регион вновь оказался в «красной» зоне. В связи с этим вышло новое постановление главного государственного санитарного врача региона Ермуханбета Даулетбаева, согласно которому работа торговых точек и городского транспорта в субботу вновь приостанавливается. Также сокращается в целом время работы объектов общепита – до 20:00, рынков – до 19:00, ЦОНов – до 18:00.

«Аналогичные ограничительные меры приняты и в других регионах Казахстана. Уважаемые костанайцы, на сегодняшний день загруженность больниц растет. Убедительно прошу вас соблюдать социальную дистанцию, носить медицинские маски и перчатки, пользоваться антисептическими средствами, а также отказаться от массовых мероприятии и посещения мест массового скопления людей. Прошу отнестись с пониманием и призываю соблюдать все вводимые ограничения, благодаря чему нам удастся стабилизировать ситуацию в области», – обратился к жителям региона глава области Архимед Мухамбетов в своем Инстаграм.

Новые карантинные ограничения начнут действовать на территории Костанайской области 18 января.

По официальным данным, в регионе уже более 8,5 тыс. случаев заражения коронавирусом. Выздоровело чуть больше 7,6 тыс. человек.

17 Янв 2021, 15:46

Два человека из состава экипажа сухогруза Arvin, который потерпел крушение в Черном море у берегов Турции, погибли. Об этом сообщает Anadolu со ссылкой на местные власти.

По словам губернатора провинции Бартын Синана Гюнера, всего на борту судна было 13 человек, все они граждане России. «На данный момент спасено пять человек», — заявил он. Судьба остальных моряков пока неизвестна.

Согласно данным портала Vesselfinder, сухогруз построен в 1975 году, до 1992 года ходил под российским флагом. По информации украинского судового реестра, Arvin ходит под флагом Палау, до 2014 года сухогруз состоял в Российском международном реестре судов, сейчас он управляется одесской фирмой «Тесоро Марин».

Как следует из данных Marinetraffic, 2 января судно отправилось из грузинского порта Поти в болгарский Бургас. 15 января оно находилось в порту Бартына.

Сухогруз затонул у берегов района Инкуму 17 января, Турция начала операцию по спасению членов экипажа. В Министерстве национальной обороны заявили, что ВМС страны направили на место происшествия фрегат для участия в поисково-спасательных работах.

Российское посольство выясняет обстоятельства произошедшего.

20 Янв 2021, 03:16

On the official Mansfield Town website this week was a photograph of manager Nigel Clough.

Soaked to the skin on a freezing night at Oldham last Wednesday, Clough was nevertheless wearing a grin that tells you why people like him keep returning to management. Winning still means everything.

‘Yep, it’s still the best feeling. Especially the next morning,’ Clough tells Sportsmail.

‘Waking up knowing that you gave everything and it worked out. That’s the feeling you are chasing.’

Clough is 54 now and more than 22 years and 1,000 games into his career as a manager. Few have been as challenging as the last one.

It was last May that he decided to walk away from Burton Albion. With the League One season suspended, he sacrificed his job so that other club staff would keep theirs. What’s more, he took brother Simon — his chief scout — and assistant manager Gary Crosby with him.

‘I put my brother and best mate out of work and it didn’t sit easily,’ Clough reflects.

‘I regretted it at times, definitely. But I just couldn’t sit there and see the club let other people go.’

Clough’s search for new employment began almost immediately. Having been fortunate enough to always work near home — twice at Burton but also at Sheffield United and Derby County — Clough cast the net wider this time. But having a famous surname and a good c.v. doesn’t always get you where you want to go in football.

‘When you apply to clubs and don’t even get a call back it’s demoralising,’ he says. ‘You start to wonder. But you carry on hoping there is something out there.’

Clough took the job at League Two Mansfield in November with the side winless. The victory at Oldham was Mansfield’s fourth in a row and sixth in 12 games since the former Nottingham Forest forward’s appointment.

‘When teams are losing, people say they are not fit enough but it’s not about that,’ he explains. ‘It’s just that when you lose they look a little bit more lethargic. So it’s about smiling and confidence.

‘It happened to me as a player so you have to have a degree of empathy with a player who has given absolutely everything and still lost. First thing we say is, “What’s the worst feeling in football?” Players always say losing. But it’s not. It’s coming off the pitch knowing you could have done a bit more.

‘Anyone can lose. Top corner. Crap decision. But a game goes in a flash so you mustn’t have regrets. That’s not happening here now. This is a good club with good owners and we are enjoying it.’

The pandemic presents challenges. Mansfield have a stunning new training ground paid for by owner John Radford but the players cannot even use the changing rooms together and must eat lunch in their cars. Social distancing means only 18 people can sit on the team bus for away games so some have to drive.

Clough says his players and staff have bought into the responsibilities. He just wishes the example from higher up could be better.

‘Our players know their responsibilities and we don’t cut corners with protocols,’ Clough says. ‘It’s inevitable that one or two will get the virus but it’s how you get it that matters. As long as you are responsible. There is no arrogance at our level. No parties or anything. It does frustrate you when you see a minority of lads at the top level doing that, with all their resources.’

Clough spoke to former Forest team-mate Garry Birtles last week and discussed the clampdown on goal celebrations.

‘I said that when he scored in European Cups he just got a pat on the back,’ Clough says. ‘He said it was because Ian Bowyer was saying, “Save your energy as you have got to get the ball back when they kick off”.’

It’s hard not to talk to Clough without touching on his father Brian’s glory days. On this occasion, the reference is only fleeting.

‘My dad used to tease me that I would never beat him at anything,’ he laughs. ‘He said I wouldn’t score more goals or be as good a manager. He was right.

‘But he was a manager for 27 years and I have done 22. Maybe I can get there. It would take me to 60. It would be nice to do him on longevity, wouldn’t it?’

Clough senior would be proud of his son. Immersed in the community in which he has lived all his life, Nigel feels the current hardships. Having spoken to BBC Radio Derby about his departure from Burton last summer, he immediately called back to impress upon them that job losses at Derby’s Rolls-Royce plant were much more important.

‘We were talking about thousands of people losing their jobs and mine didn’t matter by comparison,’ he says.

‘It was the same when my dad was at Derby in the 70s. When there was a problem at Royce’s everybody felt it. I just hope everybody gets through this.’

Clough is just back from walking the dog. It’s a daily ritual that helps with his peace of mind. He reads too — a John Grisham novel at the moment — as he can’t stop thinking about work long enough to concentrate on the TV.

‘A book takes me away,’ he says. ‘It’s what I need’.

Like all of us, Clough misses supporters. For good and for bad.

He laughs: ‘Within 10 minutes of the fans being back a player will give the ball away and it will be, “Oh you’re crap!”. That would be a time when we know we are back to normal. It will be refreshing.

‘But, yes, we miss them. A good football club should always be at the heart of its community.’

He remains committed to his trade and proud of work done on limited budgets throughout his career. The most he has ever spent on a player was the £1.4million he invested in Richard Keogh at Derby in 2012 and he rates promotion to the Championship with Burton — and subsequent survival — as his greatest achievement.

On reflection, Clough feels he should have left then, in the summer of 2017, but he is not the type to mull for long.

Looking forward, Mansfield’s young chief executive David Sharpe, grandson of former Wigan owner David Whelan, and Clough have a target of promotion next season and feel that is attainable.

Beyond that? Well, there is one box so far left unticked. Clough was offered the Forest job in January 2017 but chose to stay at Burton.

‘That’s the club without a doubt where it would be still great to have an opportunity at some point,’ Clough says. ‘Yeah. When you spend nearly 18 years associated with the club, supporting it and then playing for it, it’s inevitable to still have feelings for it.

‘So in three or four years, if Chris Hughton has had enough, then you never know...’

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