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The system has shortchanged all of us.The increase comes as part of a new law passed during the 2014 state legislative session.Weve all become acutely aware of the imminent return home of football Those three words – shared memed passed like whispered sweet-nothings between discreet lovers – have taken over our lives since Tuesday nights penalty shootout victory over Colombia That England won a penalty shootout is amazing but that it happened under the tenure of Gareth Southgate is nigh on impossible (L-R) Kieran Trippier Danny Rose Harry Maguire and John Stones Credit: PANo man no individual personifies the national obsession with penalty shootout failure like the waistcoated softly-spoken England managerIt was he who missed the original penalty the one that reversed original homeward truck of football away from Dover rolling a weak effort into the waiting arms of Andreas Köpke and allowing the Germans to punt England out of Euro 96 Let me take you back to that day the 26th of June 1996 I was six sat cross-legged on my living room floor England believe it or not were not awful at penalties They had a one and one record the one victory having come four days earlier against Spain Stuart Pearce the proto-Southgate had avenged his miss in the 1990 World Cup with an emphatic finish against the Spanish England were I repeat not crap at penalties before: theyd actually scored all four against Spain and all of the first five against Germany It was only Gareth Southgate who missed: he created a paralysis a mental block that lasted for the next four shootouts which they would lose all of Credit: PAThe pariah status came overnight: though Batty Ince Beckham Vassell Lampard Gerrard Carragher Young and Ashley Cole have all missed since they are not as synonymous with failure as Southgate They didnt get Pizza Hut adverts because they didnt need them"Ive learned a million things from that day and the years that followed it" Southgate told media recently"When something goes wrong in your life it doesnt finish you and you should become braver knowing that youve got to go for things in life and dont regret because you didnt try to be as good as you might be"In many ways it needed Southgate to break the streak No man could have so succinctly told his players just what to do or not to in such situationsTheir cross is one that he has borne for twenty-two years When Henderson missed he joined that long list above in people who are not Gareth Southgate but have Southgate there for them to take the flak Credit: PAAs for the man himself – this is his redemption He took the job because nobody wanted it with no expectations and the simple task of making the team better than they were before Whatever the result on Saturday he has done that This is a team in his image: humble understated calm For himself the redemption is complete Hes no longer that guy that missed the penalty Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: Uk news Football world cup EnglandMinutes earlier jurors awarded the former University of Minnesota Duluth women’s hockey coach $374 million after an eight-day trial in her lawsuit against her longtime employerThe jury of eight women and four men took a little over four hours to find that UMD discriminated against Miller on the basis of her sex and retaliated against her for making Title IX complaints when officials decided in December 2014 not to offer her a new contract“It’s a big day for women” Miller proclaimed on the courthouse steps “Women in general but especially women in college athletics”Standing by her side Miller’s lead attorney Dan Siegel used the word “brave” to describe his client crediting her for taking on the three-year legal battle to great personal sacrifice“It’s a real rebuke to the leadership of UMD and to the athletic department in particular” Siegel said of the verdict “I hope it’s a new day for this university and this community as women all over the world are saying ‘Time’s up’”After hearing closing arguments the jury unanimously completed a seven-question verdict form that found UMD liable on both countsMiller held hands with her partner Jen Banford and several supporters could be seen shaking with excitement and crying as US District Judge Patrick Schiltz read the verdict at 4:15 pmAthletic director Josh Berlo sat at the defense table flanked by attorneys as he did throughout the trial Chancellor Lendley Black watched from the front row of the public galleryDuring a news conference outside the courthouse the chancellor stood firm in defense of his decision not to give the five-time championship winning coach a new contract after 16 seasons“I want to say I’m extremely disappointed in this decision and very surprised by the decision” Black said “I still stand behind the actions that I took at UMD and know personally why I made the decisions I made”Black and Tim Pramas the university’s senior associate general counsel who led the legal team said it was too early to decide how UMD will proceed with potential motions or appeals“This is one step in the process” Pramas said “It was certainly not the result that we wanted but we will continue to contest and dispute the claims This was not a case of discrimination and we will consider all of our legal options There are many steps left in the process” Jurors awarded Miller her requested $744832 in past lost wages and $3 million for past emotional distress They did not award any damages for future emotional distress and it will be up to the judge to determine if any future lost wages should be addedSchiltz said he intends to schedule a meeting in the coming weeks with attorneys to discuss how the case will proceedPramas and Siegel each spent about an hour delivering their final pitches to the jury in front of a packed courtroom earlier ThursdaySiegel spoke of Miller’s advocacy for her team and her complaints to administrators about disparities between the men’s and women’s hockey teams and reiterated Miller’s success on the international stageSiegel narrowed in on Berlo who made the recommendation to sever ties with Miller after a year and a half on the job arguing that he was inexperienced and unqualified for the athletic director job at UMD“She is a strong tough-minded former police officer who will fight for her players her players her rights and is paid more than him” Siegel told jurors “It may have just been a little overwhelming”Pramas argued that the evidence was consistent in showing that the university did not renew Miller out of concerns for declining competitive success academic issues and a high cost-per-victory as the university faced a major budget shortfallHe cited hiring and promoting statistics and trial testimony about diversity efforts from both Berlo and Black on campus in denying that Miller’s sex or past complaints were motivating factors in the December 2014 decisionPramas told jurors that finding in Miller’s favor would leave Black and Berlo “branded as prejudiced”“You would have to believe that this prejudice laid dormant throughout their lives appeared for this one decision and then returned to hibernation” he arguedSiegel called Miller a “role model for women everywhere” and described her as “the pride of Duluth” Citing a shifting rationale in public statements in the months after Miller’s non-renewal he contended that “UMD’s explanations are not worthy of belief”“Most of what you heard today was never part of the decision until after it was made” Siegel saidPramas argued that the evidence presented at trial established that while budgets differed between the men’s and women’s hockey teams the teams had similar opportunities and administration worked to address Miller’s complaints as they arose“When Ms Miller complained” Pramas said “UMD responded”In his final moments before the jury Siegel said UMD’s decision deeply affected both his client and the community“She has been damaged by this” he said “The UMD women’s hockey program has been damaged by this The city of Duluth has been damaged by this”Black was asked afterward if the verdict caused him to re-evaluate the decision“This is still very fresh but I will certainly take time to rethink the process and things we did” he said “But I can tell you I stand firm again on the decision that was made and the reasons that it was made I know were justified and did not involve discrimination”Miller and her legal team said the verdict has them feeling confident as they look forward to a separate legal action that is anticipated to be filed in state court Miller Banford — a former UMD softball coach and director of women’s hockey operations — and former UMD women’s basketball coach Annette Wiles claim that UMD discriminated against them on the basis of their sexual orientationWhile Judge Schiltz earlier called that the “strongest” element on their case he said he lacked jurisdiction to hear it at the federal level UMD though has asserted that the three women have no “legally viable state court option”“Perhaps UMD didn’t believe or agree that we had any good claims but now that we’ve won on our ‘weak’ claim — and won almost $4 million — UMD should do the right thing and settle with Jen and Annette and Shannon” Siegel said “The theme here is healing the community and people moving on”With a major victory under her belt the 54-year-old Miller who now lives in Las Vegas and runs a small business with Banford was asked about her plans for the futureShe said she’ll continue to apply for open college hockey jobs and would be honored to have a chance to become the first female coach in the National Hockey League“There’s a lot of men coaching in women’s athletics” she said “I absolutely see no reason why women can’t coach in men’s athletics” Ambassador Max Baucus to voice its displeasure over the arraignment of five Chinese army officers accused of hacking into American companies.
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