Busch said. "Horrible.

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Busch said. "Horrible.

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Under-fire ARL Commissioner John Grant admits hes feeling the heat as he gets set to stare down the defiant NRL clubs baying for his axing.Grant is set for a showdown with a host of NRL clubs next week after refusing to apologise or backtrack over their funding imbroglio.After dismissing calls for his resignation, he described the impasse as a glitch in relations between Rugby League Central and clubland.North Queensland chairman Laurence Lancini on Friday continued calls for Grants resignation and vowed not to deal with him as the parties seek an agreement on club funding.Grant admitted he was under pressure but was defiant he wanted to remain in the chair for another five years.This is rugby league, theres always pressure but thats what we love about it, Grant said on Friday.The Commissions job is to look after the whole of the game and thats where you get competing forces. I understand perfectly how clubs feel, we own two clubs.We also understand the grassroots needs to be fed because this game is going backwards slowly but determinedly in terms of grassroots participation. Weve got multiple things we need to respond to.The ARLC and clubs are at war after Grant and NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg pulled from the table an agreement to fund each franchise at 130 per cent of the salary cap from 2018.The funding model, which was agreed to by both parties last year, was set to deliver an extra $100 million to the 16 clubs per year.However Grant argued that they could no longer afford it with a number of other issues taking precedence, including grassroots funding, taking over the NRLs digital arm from Telstra in 2018 and a sinking fund to support struggling clubs.Fifteen of the competitions 16 clubs have signed a letter calling for an emergency general meeting where they plan to vote to oust Grant.Lancini, one of four club bosses who stormed out of a meeting at NRL headquarters on Wednesday after being delivered the news, said he would not back down from his clubs demands.As far as were concerned we had an agreement in principle in place that we were acting in good faith to finalise, Lancini told News Corp.For us to turn up to a chairs meeting at the NRL to be told that agreement weve been negotiating on for the past twelve months has been taken off the table is disrespectful to the clubs and, as far as were concerned, not tenable. Steve Carlton . There are surprises among the Vezina candidates, but most of the others are standard top-tier performers, even if the two Hart Trophy runners-ups have never been quite as good as they have been through the first half of the season. Dizzy Dean . The 31-year-old Spain midfielder hasnt played since Madrid lost in the Copa del Rey final to Atletico Madrid in May due to back and foot injuries. http://www.custommlbcardinalsjersey.com/custom-dexter-fowler-jersey-large-1331q.html .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. Rogers Hornsby .S. hockey team after paying his dues as an NHL general manager for more than three decades and giving up a lot of his free time to help USA Hockey. Randy Arozarena . LOUIS -- Mike Smith is used to facing plenty of shots, so this was nothing new. SANDY, Utah -- Javier Morales scored a goal and assisted another to fuel a first-half outburst that lifted Real Salt Lake to a 3-0 victory over the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday night. Robbie Findley and Ned Grabavoy each chipped in first-half goals for RSL (7-5-3), which beat the Earthquakes (3-6-6) for the second straight time this season and extended their winless streak to four games. Morales has 12 goals and assists during his MLS career against the Earthquakes. He assumed his familiar role as San Joses tormentor right away. "We should improve every game," Morales said. "Right now were playing our good soccer, so well have to keep going forward." Morales nearly scored in the 13th minute when he blasted a free kick toward the left post. Earthquakes goalkeeper Jon Busch narrowly prevented the goal by tipping the ball over the crossbar. Morales took a corner kick moments later, but San Jose defended it successfully. Morales broke through in the 16th minute. Robbie Findley set things in motion when he attempted to curl a shot past Busch from the left flank. Busch blocked the shot and the ball bounced out to Morales in the centre of the box. He latched on the ball quickly and fired it down the middle to give Salt Lake a 1-0 lead. RSL coach Jason Kreis praised the energy of Morales and other veterans, who went 120 minutes only a few nights earlier. "Those players just bring a sense of calm and make the players around them feel better and more secure," Kreis said. "Its an organizational thing. Its a leadership thing. Its a communication thing. Those guys are integral to the successes that weve had." Grabavoy made it a two-goal lead in the 33rd minute after smashing home a cross from Morales. Joao Plata faked out San Jose defenders by advancing toward the cross and then letting it go past, allowing Grabavoy to get off a clean shot down the centre of the box.dddddddddddd The entire midfield caught San Jose off guard with their energy and effort. For Kreis, their solid play over the past six games has aligned with his vision of what he wanted to see from those players. "Our midfielders have shown a real commitment to be involved in attacking plays, to get themselves into dangerous spots and to even end up in the box," Kreis said. Findley joined in the action, scoring in the 38th minute. He collected a loose ball on the left side of the box and blasted it inside the right post. "It always feels good to score a goal," Findley said "The defender had a poor clearance. He came straight to me. I had my mind set when it was on its way to me. I took a touch and hit it." San Jose offered little resistance in keeping RSL from running away with the game. The Earthquakes created zero shots before halftime. Salt Lake had six shots on goal alone and totalled 12 shots going into the locker room. "It was terrible," Busch said. "Horrible. They beat us in every facet of the game from the beginning of the game." The Earthquakes did not create their first shot on goal until the 58th minute, when Martin Chavez sent a left footer toward the right post that was saved by RSL goalkeeper Nick Rimando. San Jose attacked often in the latter part of the second half. But the Earthquakes could not get any shots past Rimandos outstretched hands. "We got what we deserved from the match," Earthquakes coach Frank Yallop said. "Really poor defensive effort in the first half. One goal down is bad enough, but to go down three in the first half is not good." ' ' '
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