Mourinho has been asked repeatedly when exactly the England captain might return, but has not been able to be more specific.Advertisement Jose Mourinho has raised the alarming possibility that Harry Kane could miss Euro 2020 and not return to action until next season. Kane had surgery on a hamstring injury on Saturday (pictured) after suffering a ruptured tendon at Southampton on New Year’s Day and Tottenham previously said they expect him to return to training in April. Read Also: Abraham can fill Kane’s boots for Three Lions-LampardBut Mourinho’s comments will concern England boss Gareth Southgate and fans ahead of the summer tournament and losing the man who was the leading scorer in qualifying with 12 goals would be a huge blow ahead of his side’s three group games at Wembley.The Three Lions play their first game of the tournament against Croatia on June 14.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… But the Spurs manager’s throwaway answer ahead of tonight’s FA Cup replay with Middlesbrough implied some doubt over Kane’s participation at the European Championship this summer. ‘News on Harry we don’t have and if you ask me every time we come here the answer will be the same,’ Mourinho said. ‘We expect him to be out until, I don’t know, mid-April, end of April, May, next season I don’t know. I have no updates to give on Harry.’ On Saturday Kane, who has a history of recovering quickly from injuries, tweeted from his hospital bed the operation had been a success. Promoted ContentThis 1982 Movie Is Better Than Any Other Blockbuster Up TodayA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayMesmerizing Wedding Looks From Different Countries9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?11 Greatest Special Effects Movies Of All TimeThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year
Indianapolis, In. — After a seven-year battle, Oldenburg Republican state senator Jean Leising can claim a small victory.Leising has been working to get her colleagues to pass legislation that would make teaching cursive writing mandatory in Indiana schools. Now, House Enrolled Act 1420 will leave the decision up to individual school districts.An Indiana Department of Education study done in 2017 showed about 20-percent of school districts teach cursive curriculum without the law in place.Leising has consistently told her fellow lawmakers cursive writing is an important skill.
THE Trophy Stall, which has already distinguished itself as one of the most consistent supporters of sports in Guyana, has committed to supporting the Guyana Karate Federation’s IKD Caribbean Cup competition, which will be held over the coming weekend.This event involves karatekas competing for championship honours in both junior and senior categories of this sport.Speaking at the Trophy Stall’s South Road, Georgetown location on Tuesday, proprietor Ramesh Sunich highlighted that the company is always elated to be an ally of sport.“Once against, Trophy Stall is pleased to be on board with yet another tournament; this time it’s karate. It’s not our first time being in the karate world, but I assumed that this is the biggest tournament we would have had in Guyana in recent times, and I’m pleased with Mr Woon-A-Tai, who chose to come to Trophy Stall to select his trophies,” Sunich explained.As Chief Instructor and Chairman of the Guyana Karate College, Frank Woon-A-Tai expressed heartfelt gratitude to Sunich and his company for the kind gesture.“We’d like to express gratitude to Ramesh Sunich for donating these trophies to the 2019 IKD Caribbean Cup,” he said.The IKD Caribbean Cup is expected to commence on Friday, August 23 (tomorrow) with training sessions and seminars. The competition days are Saturday, August 24 and Sunday, August 25. Woon-A-Tai anticipates that this tournament will not only be large, but will contribute to Guyana’s Sport Tourism sector.“It’s going to be one of the largest karate tournaments in Guyana, because we’re expecting almost 200 overseas guests to come in, which will boost sport tourism in Guyana,” Woon-A-Tai said.With students coming from Transport Karate Club and YMCA, Guyana’s contingent is expected to be in excess of 100 students. Woon-A-Tai believes that Guyana has the capacity to do well in this tournament, especially since the event is being hosted on home turf.Other countries participating in this tournament are: Trinidad and Tobago, 79 students; Barbados 74, St Vincent and the Grenadines 25 and other smaller islands would also be in attendance.The IKD Caribbean Cup will be hosted at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall on Homestretch Avenue in Georgetown.