Lifestyle Management Is Important – Cotterill

first_imgCity’s players have spent plenty of time on their team bus in recent weeks, and are currently in the middle of a run of five away games in six.Next up is a trip to Crawley Town on Saturday (3pm kick-off), with the team heading off to West Sussex in preparation today.“I talk to the lads about their downtime a lot,” said boss Cotterill on Bristol City Player. “When you’re on a high after a win, it takes a while to get to sleep.“We seem to be either playing games or sat on a bus all the time at the moment. It can mess with your sleep patterns so it’s important [the players] manage that right.“At this stage of the season it’s probably as important as what we do on the training pitches because a lot of that is actually engrained in them now.“All the lads seem fine. We’re travelling today so we’ll get up there and do our work ahead of the game.”Earlier in the season City were 1-0 victors over the Red Devils with Luke Ayling breaking the deadlock late on.“Lewis Price was outstanding in goal on that occasion for Crawley,” added Cotterill.“Although it looked like a close game, we were the ones pushing all game.“They’ve chopped and changed their formations and they’ve had the managerial change. They played a back three against us last time, and I don’t know if they’ll do that again.”Cotterill has also reported a fully-fit squad for the trip.last_img read more

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More than a dozen arrested after pro-Trump and anti-Trump protesters clash in Berkeley

first_imgKGO-TV(BERKELEY, Calif.) — At least 20 people were arrested after supporters and opponents of President Trump clashed in Berkeley, California.According to Berkeley Police Officer Byron White, the rally started on Saturday with an event called “Patriots Day,” created online by pro-Trump demonstrators. The event at Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park was met by anti-Trump protesters, and soon violence began to break out.Fireworks were set off in the park and major brawls erupted, with some of the fighting moving to an adjacent street. According to the Berkeley Police Department, paramedics treated 11 people with injuries, including seven who were transported to local hospitals.There were reports of different gases, but police said they believe it was pepper spray set off by demonstrators clashing in the street.“A member of the crowd released some kind of gas into the air and that gas…one of our officers was exposed to it and the officers have since put on gas masks to protect themselves,” White said. “That officer has been treated and released at the scene.”Police said they seized several prohibited items from the protesters including, flagpoles, signs attached to poles, a knife, and a stun gun, according to ABC station KGO-TV.There were no reports of damage to downtown business and no injuries to anyone not involved with the event.In March, Berkeley experienced similar brawls after several of the same groups planned rallies to protest and counterprotest. KGO-TV reports 10 people were arrested then and police are still trying to identify suspects.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more

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