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Has Joey Barton identified a problem with Liverpool fans?

first_img 1 Liverpool worked their socks off to beat PSG at Anfield Joey Barton has hailed Liverpool fans for inspiring their team with their fantastic support in the Champions League, but claimed they fail to provide the same backing in Premier League games.It was another memorable European night at Anfield on Tuesday as the Reds beat Paris Saint-Germain 3-2, continuing their perfect start to the season.The Anfield faithful were in fine voice throughout the clash, but Barton says Anfield is a different place for league games.However, he believes that could change this season if Jurgen Klopp’s side maintain their amazing form.center_img “The problem for Liverpool is the fans don’t get up for the league games in the same way as they do in the Champions League,” the Fleetwood Town manager said on Thursday’s Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“Anfield has always had those special nights in Europe. The atmosphere with the flags and the flairs is amazing.“That’s why I think Liverpool have been better in Europe as opposed to the Premier League.“They haven’t won a league title for 28 years now, and the reason why I think they got to the Champions League final last season was a lot down to the energy the fans gave the players.“But, maybe it will be different this season.”Listen back to Joey Barton on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast abovelast_img read more

Bombay HC demands explanation from the State Ministry for Minority Affairs for scholarship denial

first_imgThe issue of scholarship for minorities still echoes in the corridor of Bombay High Court and State Ministry for Minority Affairs in Maharashtra as the  former directed the later to explain why around 4 lakh students from religious minorities were prevented from being availing the scholarships in 2015-16.Following the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by Latur corporator and activist Razaullah Khan, the Bombay High Court, Aurangabad bench, comprising Justice RM Borde and Justice Sangitrao Patil directed the respondents, including the state Minority Development department and Education and Sports department, to render their responses in four weeks time.Minority and Adult Education Department vs the petitionerThe PIL petition came after a Right to Information (RTI) revealed the absurdity in disbursing the scholarships entitled for the minorities in 2015-16. Multiple lakhs of minority students were prevented from receiving scholarships. A response to RTI reportedly revealed that while 7,17,896 students were eligible for renewal of their scholarships, only 3,30,776 applications were received.The Minority and Adult Education Department (MAE) resorted to the allegation citing that 53 per cent had not applied for renewal.Number was less because fewer students had applied, but Khan contended that students had not been registered because of the failure of the application process, said the MAE Director Nandan Nangare in response to the allegation.Changes in application processThe submission of application form was made offline owing to the network difficulties the applicant faces particularly at the rural areas.The applicants had to enter each and every detail on the National Scholarship Portal, but due to network challenges, the process was rebuffed and adopted offline application alone staring from 2015.advertisementRead: Academia need to be part of India’s growth story instead of mere spectators: Prakash JavadekarRead: ‘Sonam Gupta Bewafa Hai’ leaves impression in IIT exam Click here for more education related news.For more details, follow India Today Education or you can write to us at education.intoday@gmail.comlast_img read more