Published: Sat, February 09, 2019
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Newport County keeper Joe Day misses birth of twins during victory

Newport County keeper Joe Day misses birth of twins during victory

Middlesbrough fielded a strong team in the FA Cup replay, with four of their back five that started against West Brom last weekend playing from the off at Newport.

Day was seen running from the match at Rodney Parade to get to the Royal Gwent Hospital on Tuesday evening.

"The professional that he is, he turned his phone off", Newport manager Michael Flynn told BT Sport after the game.

Goals from Padraig Amond and Robbie Willmott earned a deserved 2-0 win that set up a fifth-round tie against Manchester City.

They now face high-flying Leeds on Saturday in a match that could have a big bearing on promotion.

In other replays, Brentford dispatched non-league Barnet 3-1, while QPR beat Portsmouth 2-0 to secure a home tie with Watford. "We can play like that, but not every week in League Two".

Grandmothers helping to banish female genital circumcision
At the worldwide level, it is recognized as a violation of the human rights of girls and women, and an extreme form of discrimination against them.

White House physician declares Trump 'in very good health' after exam
He was spotted eating Dover sole prepared by chefs in the White House, but still indulges in his favorite fast foods and red meat. Jackson, became an Internet sensation past year for his public pronouncement that Trump has " incredibly good genes ".

Trump says summit with Kim to take place in Hanoi
And in return, it's likely that Washington is considering offering some type of assistance for the North's economic development. He later added, " North Korea , under the leadership of Kim Jong Un , will become a great Economic Powerhouse".

"It's a free shot for us and I'm sure our players will surprise them".

I said, 'Of course you can.

"He sprinted off, it's the quickest I've seen him move, and all our thoughts are with Joe and Lizzie and the arrival of the twins".

But for Matt Doherty's stoppage-time equaliser, Shrewsbury would have knocked out the side that sit seventh in the Premier League when they first met in a draw last month.

Wolves took an early lead against third-tier Shrewsbury through Matt Doherty but then fell 2-1 behind before Doherty levelled just before the interval.

He added: "Lizzie backed me and made it an easy decision for me to play the game".

Like this: