Sydney measles warning after infected man travels to CBD, Bondi Beach
Health authorities are warning the public to be alert for measles symptoms after a man diagnosed with the highly infectious disease visited a number of locations.The man is believed to have been infectious from Friday December 27. He spent December 28 at Bondi Beach before returning home to Sydenham. He also spent time around Central Station and Marrickville Metro over the following days.
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho complained about the FA Cup ball AFP. But Mourinho suggested the different weight of the FA Cup ball compared to the Premier League one made it difficult for his team to impose themselves on their second tier opponents.
ESPN FC' s Shaka Hislop breaks down Tottenham' s 1-1 draw in the FA Cup vs. Middlesbrough that will result in a replay at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Jose Mourinho claimed Tottenham's stars were unsettled during their 1-1 draw against Middlesbrough because the FA Cup ball was too light.
Mourinho's side needed a second half equaliser from Lucas Moura to earn a third round replay after falling behind to Ashley Fletcher's strike at the Riverside Stadium.
But Mourinho suggested the different weight of the FA Cup ball compared to the Premier League one made it difficult for his team to impose themselves on their second tier opponents.
"I think this ball is beach ball. It's too light. I don't think it helps the players. But that's not an excuse," he told BT Sport.
Mourinho wasn't happy with Middlesbrough's goal either, suggesting it would have been ruled out by VAR if the system had been in use.
Only Premier League stadiums have VAR, so Championship Middlesbrough were operating without the controversial reviews.
"Yeah because the Middlesbrough goal is offside. VAR would give (the offside decision)," Mourinho said.
"The referee was not some guy in an office 200 miles away (today)."
Sunshine Coast teenagers charged with serious assault after alleged attack on elderly woman .
Two teenagers are charged with serious assault after a 72-year-old woman is crash tackled in an unprovoked attack on the Sunshine Coast which was filmed by one of the teens.If convicted the 19-year-old faces a maximum of seven years in prison, the same sentence the 18-year-old who allegedly physically targeted the woman is facing.