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PH virus’ casualties jump to 5 – DOH

first_imgTwo were admitted at Ortigas Hospitaland Health Care Center and one each at Makati Medical Center, Cardinal SantosMedical Center, University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center,Marikina Valley Medical Center, and Bataan St. Joseph Hospital and MedicalCenter. The country’s first casualty toCOVID-19 was a 44-year-old Chinese man from Wuhan City, China, while the seconddeath was a 67-year-old Filipino woman admitted at the Manila Doctors Hospital. COVID-19, now considered by the WorldHealth Organization as a pandemic, has infected more than 126,000 people in 114different countries including China. More than 4,600 persons were killedworldwide by the disease as of Thursday. Patient 6 “suddenly experienceddifficulty of breathing and was intubated” on Wednesday. She died later thatday due to acute respiratory distress syndrome made worse by pneumoniasecondary to COVID-19. Four of the patients were Filipinos,while the remaining eight’s nationalities were still being validated. The fifth casualty was Patient 37 whowas admitted on March 6 at the Philippine Heart Center after experiencingsymptoms of COVID-19 on Feb. 28. He died on Thursday afternoon due to acuterespiratory failure. The DOH and deployed surveillanceteams, in cooperation with concerned local government units, were now conductinginformation-gathering and contact tracing on the new cases./PNcenter_img MANILA – The number of deaths due tocoronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Philippines increased to five. The Department of Health (DOH) saidone of the latest casualties was Patient 6 who was admitted at Cardinal SantosMedical Center on March 5 before being transferred to the Research Institutefor Tropical Medicine in Muntinlupa City. Meanwhile, of the 12 additionalCOVID-19 cases, three were confined at the Medical City and two at St. Luke’sMedical Center-Global City. DOH also said last night there were 12new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number to 64. Patient 6’s husband, Patient 5, passedaway on Thursday afternoon last week for the same reasons. Just like his wife,Patient 5 was diabetic and hypertensive.last_img read more

Quincy Enunwa calls out the Jets on Twitter over ridiculous $27,900 fine

first_imgUPDATE: Jets coach Adam Gase was asked about the tweets during his Friday morning press conference and took a minor jab at the injured receiver.”We handle our stuff in-house, and some people choose to use social media,” gase said. “There’s probably a reason they’re doing that.””We handle our stuff in-house, and some people choose to use social media. There’s probably a reason they’re doing that” – Adam Gase on the @QuincyEnunwa situation.pic.twitter.com/wUAyb07BMU— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoSNY) November 15, 2019Gase added he hasn’t spoken with Enunwa or seen him since the tweets were sent. The receiver also revealed his NFL future is in jeopardy due to his health. The receiver missed all of 2017 with a neck injury and suffered another neck injury this season, placing him on injured reserve. According to Enunwa, doctors say it’s 50/50 whether he’ll ever play again.MORE: Adam Gase isn’t blameless, but don’t blame him for Jets nightmare”I normally chill on putting issues on twitter, but this doesn’t sit right with me,” Enunwa tweeted. “Given everything that’s going on around the team I thought this could’ve been handled so many different ways. I’ve spent my time with the team trying to build myself up to be dependable and hardworking so this s— hurts.”I missed those two days, because I took my VETERAN wife out for Veterans Day lunch and because I had to handle an emergency in my house. I let the team know this after the fact, and yes, I should have told them beforehand, but I feel like this was excessive.— Quincy Enunwa (@QuincyEnunwa) November 15, 2019I’m on IR trying to get back to play so I never thought that they’d be worried about me missing, but obviously I was wrong.— Quincy Enunwa (@QuincyEnunwa) November 15, 2019″I shouldn’t even HAVE to be in that building being reminded everyday of what I can’t do,” Enunwa tweeted. “This s— feels like punishment already and then they FINE me the max. And then want me to continue to do my rehab there and IF I get healthy they want me to then play for them after. I’m not writing this for sympathy and never wanted to even say anything, but when multiple teammates are coming to me saying it’s f—ed up I don’t care to sit on it anymore.”This isn’t the first time this season a player has been upset with the Jets over a medical issue. Offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele had a public dispute with the Jets over the severity of his injury. The Jets fined Osemele for conduct detrimental to the team. He ended up getting surgery (which the Jets claimed he didn’t need) and was released shortly after.Quarterback Luke Falk was also upset with the team as he reportedly filed an injury grievance against the Jets earlier this month. Falk played in three games, starting in two for th Jets. He reportedly has a hip injury that requires surgery. Osemele also filed an injury grievance.The Jets have not released a statement on Enunwa’s complaints.  Quincy Enunwa sounded off against the Jets in a Twitter thread after being fined $27,900 for missing two treatment sessions.Enunwa shared an image of his fines on social media listing the missed sessions on Nov. 8 and Nov. 11. Enunwa said he missed one session due to an emergency in his house, and he missed the other because he took his wife out for lunch on Veterans Day to celebrate her service.last_img read more

Sidney Crosby has a chance to speak up after Mario Lemieux’s statue in Pittsburgh is vandalized

first_imgFor years, Sidney Crosby has done everything possible to avoid saying anything controversial. But in today’s climate, he may just have to pick a side.Over the last several days, athletes and protesters across the nation have spoken out against police brutality and racial injustice in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death underneath a Minneapolis police officer’s knee. One of those athletes to speak up was Sharks forward Evander Kane — one of just 43 black players in the NHL. MORE: Athletes, coaches call for more collaborationKane, appearing on ESPN’s “First Take,” challenged Crosby and Tom Brady to take a stand against racism.”That’s the only way it’s going to change. We’ve been outraged for hundreds of years and nothing has changed,” Kane said.If that poke wasn’t enough to get Crosby to say something — anything — on the subject, then the violent demonstrations this weekend in Pittsburgh might be.On Saturday, the statue of Penguins legend Mario Lemieux at PPG Paints Arena was damaged with spray paint.From Facebook, the Mario Lemieux statue outside PPG Paints Arena has been vandalized: pic.twitter.com/kTCY3lDZXc— Seth Rorabaugh (@SethRorabaugh) May 30, 2020Lemieux had a hand in all five of the Penguins’ Stanley Cup titles — first, as a player for back-to-back championships in 1991 in 1992, and then as an owner who saved hockey in Pittsburgh by buying a bankrupt franchise (2009, 2016, 2017). He’s the only person in NHL history to have his name on the Stanley Cup both as a player and an owner.Those accolades alone are enough to make Lemieux a living legend in Pittsburgh, but his philanthropy through the Mario Lemieux Foundation has further cemented his status in the city. Beyond that, there’s the mentor/mentee relationship between Lemieux and Crosby that began when time the Penguins drafted Crosby first overall in 2005. Crosby lived in Lemieux’s house for a few years.So the question remains: With players openly challenging him to speak up and a statue of the franchise’s biggest legend and current owner having been defaced, how can Crosby avoid taking sides?Don’t be surprised if the 32-year-old center tries to thread the needle the same he way he effortlessly threads nutmeg passes through the legs of opposing defensemen. It’s entirely possible, perhaps even probable that he tries to take a both-sides approach in order to not anger anyone. But what if he didn’t?He may not be “The Magnificent One,” but Crosby is a Pittsburgh hero in his own right. He also helped flip the fortunes of a struggling Penguins team, leading the franchise to three Stanley Cup titles. If there’s anyone in Pittsburgh who can compare to Lemieux as a player, it’s Crosby. The difference between the two is that Crosby has never revealed much about his personal life. He isn’t on social media and has never taken a stance on matters of circumstance. But with the nudge from Kane and the violence that’s taking place in the city that has helped make him an NHL icon, it seems selfish for him to say nothing.Imagine what he could do for a league where fewer than 6 percent of the players are black, if he decided to stand with black Americans. Imagine what he could do for Pittsburgh, where the officer who killed unarmed 17-year-old Antwon Rose was acquitted on all counts four days after being charged with criminal homicide, if he spoke out against police brutality.Crosby has been served an opportunity on a silver platter to weigh in on an extremely tangible issue that matters to his hockey hometown. The question is, will he step up and attempt to score, or will he pass to someone else?last_img read more

In Your Neighbourhood

first_imgNew York-based Lacrosse coach in the IslandCoach Neil Davis from New York, USA, is expected to land in the Island this weekend on a month-long visit. While in Jamaica he will run lacrosse clinics and oversee the North Street Cup competition. Male students from Wolmer’s Boys’, St George’s College, Holy Trinity High and Kingston College should are slated to benefit and the practise schedules and fixtures are to be finalised.Lacrosse has being gaining momentum in high schools in Jamaica in recent times, especially with a league being contested by some of Jamaica’s top high schools. It is a contact team sport played between two teams using a small rubber ball. The objective is to get the ball up to your opponents’ goal, while using a meshed lacrosse stick to carry and shoot the ball past a goalie.The Jamaica Lacrosse Association believes the sport captures the spirit of the Jamaican people. The game is fast, high tempo, fun, constantly flowing and celebrates creativity and is dubbed in international quarters as “the fastest game on two feet”.PFM Development upsetdefending champsPower of Faith Ministries (PFM) Development team upset their brother team and defending champion, Power of Faith International, by six wickets in the opening game of a double-header in the PFM Twenty20 Church Cricket League at Bridgeport Sports Ground last Saturday.PFM International batted first and were bowled out for 82 in 13 overs, as Leon Edwards top-scored with 23 runs. PFM Development’s Fidel McGregor took 3-20 from four overs and Demar Johnson 2-34 from four overs. In reply, PFM raced to victory in 15 overs. Demar Johnson (27) and Aaron Graham (16) made most runs, while Junior Stewart and Aston Canegon got a wicket apiece for PFM International.In the second game between Portmore Gospel Assembly (PGA) and Faith Temple New Testament, Faith Temple won by eight wickets. The PGA, which won the toss and took first strike, amassed 116 all out in 20 overs, with Damion Bryce hitting a top score of 68. Simon Clarke, 3-17 from three overs and Bryan Brown, 2-2 from one over, took most wickets for Faith Temple. Faith Temple successfully chased down the total for the loss of only two wickets. Roshane Baugh (60) set up the win for Faith Temple and Bancroft White chipped in with 20 not out.The league continues today with two games. At 10 a.m., PFM Development versus PGA and at 2 p.m., it’s PFM International vs Faith Temple.INSPORTS Community Football League final postponedThe final of the Portmore leg of the Institute of Sports (INSPORTS) Community Football League between Greater Portmore Strikers and Christian Gardens has being postponed and a new date will be announced shortly.Greater Portmore should have played Christian Gardens last Sunday at the Dunbeholden playing field. However, the final was postponed, for reasons ‘beyond the control’ of the organisers.The finalists booked their spots after narrow semi-final victories recently at the Cedar Grove community playing field. Christian Gardens booted Dunbeholden 5-4 on penalties, after playing to 1-1 stalemate through regulation and extra-time. Jevonne Munroe (64th) scored for Christian Gardens and Ricardo Boothe (21st) netted for Dunbeholden in relegation time. Greater Portmore Strikers edged East West Strikers 6-5 on penalties, after both teams were locked 1-1 after full and extra-time. Mario Wilson (49th) equalised for Greater Portmore, after Jevoh Robert (30th) had given East West Strikers the initial lead.Right Stuff, Eradication do battleRight Stuff will want to keep pace with leaders Spit Fyah, when they play host to Eradication in the Jamaica Domino Federation City of Kingston Credit Union-sponsored Portmore Domino League match tomorrow at Cedar Grove, beginning at 11 a.m.In others games, Spit Fyah play away to Exceptional International, Masterpiece are at home to Correctional Services, Chedwin Strikers battle Memory Lane, Felluchie Strikers welcome Spring Village, Unity Strikers oppose Passagefort United, Waterhouse United based in Passagefort entertain Ken’s Wildflower, Garveymeade await Fort International at their home ground, Garveymeade Sports Club and Soursop Tree host Highlight Strikers.Ricam cap first Manchester Major League titleRicam became the newest addition to the roster of teams which have won the Manchester Major League, when they defeated three-time champions Downs 3-0 in the final earlier this week.In addition to prize money and the Magnum/Captain’s Bakery Trophy, Ricam will get the chance to participate in the upcoming JB Rum South Central Confed Super League playoffs.This competition caters for the four parish champions from St Catherine, Clarendon, Manchester and St Elizabeth, as well as the respective runners-up.This means beaten Manchester finalists, Downs, will have further incentive to reboot their season.Having come through a tough semi-final in which they needed penalty kicks to defeat Mile Gully, Ricam were assertive early and won the first-half honours when their national youth player, Maxwell Robinson, scored in the 12th minute for a 1-0 lead.Robinson increased Ricam’s lead to 2-0 when he scored again in the 70th minute. Romario Rochester’s goal in time added on sealed the title.Jamalco are Clarendoncenter_img championsThe Jamalco football team successfully defended their hold on the Clarendon FA/Captain’s Bakery Major League, when they defeated New Bowens FC in a penalty shoot-out at the Effortville Community Centre. It was the third straight year they were winning the Clarendon title. In fact, last year they took the double by winning the knockout title.In the previous week, Jamalco had defeated Kemps Hill FC 3-1 in the semi-final, while New Bowens created the upset of the competition when they defeated former Red Stripe Premier League campaigners Sporting Central Academy 1-0 in extra time.The final between Jamalco and New Bowens marked the third time the two were meeting for the season. They were in the same preliminary group and on two occasions, Jamalco won. However this time was different as at the end of regulation and extra-time the score was 0-0.It took the dreaded penalty shoot-out to decide the winner, thanks mainly to their goalkeeper, Sheldon “Budgie” Mills, who produced three brilliant saves to earn Jamalco victory.Starz Academy, Technical Strikers in Division One finalMany-time football champions of Manchester, Los Perfectos, lost in their bid to gain qualification to the Major League competition after they were beaten 2-1 by Technical Strikers in the semi-finals of the Jamalco-sponsored Division One competition. All three goals were scored in the second half.Rashawn Walcott scored the first of Technical Strikers’ goals in the 46th minute, Renardo Barrett then made it 2-0 in the 53rd, while Jason Givans’ 82nd minute strike proved to be only a consolidation for Los Perfectos.Despite the loss, fans have generally viewed as positive Los P’s re-engagement with Manchester football, this year after a 15-year absence.Starz Academy joined Technical Strikers in the final following a penalty shoot-out win over Star Zone, after the two had battled to a 1-1 draw. Interestingly, both finalists lead the preliminary round standings.last_img read more

CDC Promises Health Workers Safety in Ebola Fight

first_imgThe Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has promised to provide more training and other support to help ensure that health workers are kept safe in the process saving lives of people infected by the deadly Ebola virus.Giving the assurance yesterday at the regular Ebola Hour press briefing at the Ministry of Information, Culture Affairs and Tourism in Monrovia, the Medical Officer of the CDC, Neil Gupta, MD, explained that, the CDC was doing everything necessary to ensure that health workers are safe and are provided training.He said CDC is working with health practitioners and reaching out to the various ETUs to make sure that they identify all the problems and provide regular coaching to help health workers avoid contracting the virus.“If they are working in a health facility, we know that training is important but they need more than that.  They also need access to all the necessary support,” Mr. Gupta explained.The CDC Medical Officer further disclosed that CDC has been involved in providing training for over 1000 health workers around the country. It is important for the health workers to be fully protected in the process of saving lives, since they are the people we need to fight Ebola, said Mr. Gupta.“We also provide training materials and train Liberians who will master the materials and move out there to train other people. With this, we can have people trained all around the country in the fight against the disease,” he said.Dr. Moses Massaquoi, National Case Management Chairman for Ebola Response, explained that group has been involved in training health staff working in the various ETUs in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), as one of their strategies in the fight against the virus.The objective of case management is to provide quality care and supportive treatment for all patients entering the various ETU.He said his entity has improved the training program at the various Ebola treatment centers by training in three faces, including core training with the aim of knowing the disease and how it is transmitted and what one needs to do to be protected.“We also take you through the hot training that has to do with real life training that involves interacting with Ebola patients. We take you through the competency on how to manage it and provide certificates internationally accredited by WHO,” Dr. Massaquoi explained.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Alberta Soccer Association to run camp in Fort St. John

first_imgThe Fort St. John Soccer Club will be hosting a grassroots soccer camp from August 17-21. The event will be run by the Alberta Soccer Association, and registration closes August 1.The camp will be broken up into two groups based on age. Those 4-8 will take part in half days that will run from 10 a.m. until 12 noon for $100, and those 8-14 will have their camp run from 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. for $175.Those wanting to register can do so by clicking here.- Advertisement –last_img

September 27th Community Events Pictures

first_imgChris Johnson gives the opening presentation at the Coaching Conference, which was held at the North Peace Cultural Center.                                                                         Picture: Amber DavyExecutive Director of the Coaches Association of BC Gordon May (left) presents Rod Locke, from Spectra Energy (right), with an award for being a major sponsor of the Coaching Conference.                                                                                              Picture: Amber DavyThe 2nd Annual Reichswald Unit “Frozen Stones Ride” took place down in Taylor. All the proceeds went to support the “Classroom in a Box” project for Afghanistan.              Picture: Amber Davy- Advertisement –Kids and adults from Fort St. John take advantage of the beautiful weather by spending time down at Centennial Park.                                                                                  Picture: Amber Davylast_img read more

United’s Bailly to miss Africa Cup of Nations

first_imgThe 25-year-old was making his first Premier League start since February 3 but now he will be sidelined for the Africa Cup of Nations, which starts on June 21 in Egypt.Ivory Coast were drawn in a group featuring Morocco, South Africa and Namibia.“We can confirm that Manchester United defender Eric Bailly suffered a medial ligament injury on his right knee during Sunday’s Premier League match against Chelsea at Old Trafford,” a United statement read.“The problem means that the Ivory Coast international will not play for the Reds again this season, missing the remaining top-flight matches against Huddersfield Town and Cardiff City.“Furthermore, Bailly is also now unable to play in the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations tournament.”Bailly has made 18 appearances for his club this season and his absence is another blow for United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.Phil Jones and Chris Smalling both missed the Chelsea match due to fitness concerns, meaning Victor Lindelof and Marcos Rojo could be United’s only fit central defenders for this weekend’s trip to Huddersfield.Solskjaer’s side are three points adrift of the Premier League’s top four with just two games left as they battle to qualify for the Champions League.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester United’s Eric Bailly will miss the rest of the season © AFP / Paul ELLISLONDON, United Kingdom, Apr 29 – Manchester United’s Eric Bailly will miss the rest of the Premier League season and the Africa Cup of Nations after the Ivory Coast defender suffered a knee injury against Chelsea, the Red Devils announced on Monday.Bailly sustained medial ligament damage in a collision with Chelsea midfielder Mateo Kovacic in the second half of Sunday’s 1-1 draw at Old Trafford.last_img read more

DD FAMILY: SCHOOLS OUT – THIS COULD BE THE TIME FOR TEEN TALK!

first_imgSchools out for summer and it may be the perfect time for “the talk”.No matter how close you are to your kids, there are always going to be conversations that are difficult to have with them.One of the hardest, of course, is talking to teens about puberty, both because it’s a sensitive, very personal subject, and because teenagers are very easily embarrassed. New research suggests 68% of parents are unsure about how to even start the puberty conversation, and a quarter avoid the talk completely, leading to more than half of teenagers (53%) obtaining information and advice from friends and the internet, and 6% even preferring text or WhatsApp to get their information.Yet it’s clear parents want to help their teens – 76% of mums and dads say they’d like their teenager to see them as the first port of call for help and advice, and 49% of teens said they were happiest speaking to their mum about such personal issues.But although it’s teens who need advice, it may be parents themselves who need the initial help to show how best to initiate and then have a successful chat about puberty.So TV presenter and mother-of-two Nadia Sawalha has teamed up with Boots to help launch a guide, #TeenTalk, to help make the process easier. Nadia, whose daughter Maddie is 13, says: “As a mum, I understand all too well the challenges of communicating with teens. They suddenly go from wanting to tell mum everything, to one-word answers, and you can’t solve things with a quick cuddle or a sweet treat.“First shaves, first periods and new personal hygiene and skincare regimes are all unfamiliar experiences for teens and can be difficult topics for parents to approach.”She points out that this is the first generation of mums going through the puberty conversation with a child so connected to social media, and says: “It’s difficult. Just like our teens, we’re figuring it all out as we go.”Campaign expert and ‘teenologist’ Sarah Newton says: “The teen talk can be awkward because parents and children probably haven’t had a conversation that’s this important yet, and we put lots and lots of pressure on ourselves to get it right.”The #TeenTalk research found that only a third of teens are comfortable talking about personal care (body odour and skin), just a quarter are comfortable talking about bodily changes during puberty. Only 18% find it easy to talk about menstruation. Yet a third of teens don’t feel very confident about having a chat with their mum about puberty either.Nadia’s daughter Maddie says: “I know that talking to mum might not always seem like the easiest thing to do, especially about topics like puberty. Sometimes you don’t feel like talking and sometimes you have lots of questions, but might feel a bit embarrassed.“But remember, they’ve been through it too and they know everything you’re experiencing is completely natural, so just keep talking.”Sarah stresses there’s no right or wrong way to prepare a teenager for puberty, although 40% of parents think the best way to start the conversation is to have a one-on-one chat with their teen, and the majority said their best advice for the chat is to “be honest and open”. Sarah agrees: “It’s about giving them the facts. Being honest, but not overwhelming them with information. They’ll come back and ask more questions when they’re ready.”She points out that the teen talk shouldn’t just be a one-off conversation, and stresses: “It should be an ongoing conversation about empowerment and choice – what better conversation is there to have?”Boots has produced a free #TeenTalk guide, which contains advice from Sarah Newton, Nadia Sawalha and her daughter Maddie. The guide is available from www.boots.com/teentalkTalking to your teenagers about puberty*While on the surface it is about puberty, it is really about helping your child respect and accept their changing body and love themselves more. It is a conversation about empowerment and choice, and what better conversation is there to have?*Be honest, if you are finding it challenging, say so, you don’t have to have all the answers here, you are just the facilitator of the conversation.*Be truthful and let your child know your intentions and how you are feeling. This is a team effort, not a top-down conversation, so start as you mean to go on.Ask your child how they would best like to have this conversation. Let them know it is important for you to have it, but ask them what is best for them. Would they like to go somewhere other than the house, would they like some information first, then the talk? What works well for them? If your child is more introvert and quiet in nature they may prefer to research first and ask questions, rather than have this be the fully-blown conversation that a more gregarious child may be happy with.*Find a hook. Find something in the media lately that you can hook this to; maybe it’s an Instagram post you saw, or something you heard about, or an advert. Puberty is always in the spotlight in some way. Use these things you find as a hook to start the conversation.*Get support if you are finding starting this conversation difficult. Get some support for yourself, a friend or a family member that you can talk to who can give you good constructive advice is always helpful.*Get yourself prepared so you feel confident for the conversation.If you are a single parent to a child of a different gender, don’t assume they don’t want to talk to you about puberty, just ask them.*Don’t make it serious; while this may be an important conversation it doesn’t have to be serious. Lighten the conversation as much as you can, it will put both of you at ease!DD FAMILY: SCHOOLS OUT – THIS COULD BE THE TIME FOR TEEN TALK! was last modified: June 17th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

‘Man City are still playing catch-up on Man United – you can’t forget history’

first_imgDavid Seaman says Manchester is blue on pitch right now, but it will take some time for Manchester City to overtake Manchester United as the bigger club. Sir Alex Ferguson led Manchester United to their 20th top flight title in his final season in charge David Seaman was co-host on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast 2 “Man City are playing catch-up, but they’re getting there.“When you see their quality on the pitch and what they’re achieving, it’s great.“It’s great to be a blue.”“What is he on?!”Manchester-born and boyhood blue Lee Dixon also agreed with former Arsenal team-mate Seaman, and laughed off Dickov’s bold claim on social media…center_img 2 Love Paul Dickov. What is he on!! And I’m a boyhood City fan!!Dominate for 20years and then say that https://t.co/rB2XhPbK2T— Lee Dixon (@LeeDixon2) October 3, 2018 The former goalkeeper was responding to claims made by Paul Dickov, the ex-striker who said City are now a bigger club than their red rivals due to their recent trophy success.Manchester United have not won the Premier League title in five years since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement.City, meanwhile, have gone from strength to strength under manager Pep Guardiola and smashed a whole host of records as they lifted the trophy last season.LISTEN: ‘Man City are a bigger club than Man United’, says cult hero DickovThe Blues are widely considered the best team in the country and are tipped to retain their crown this term.But Seaman insists they have not overtaken United – the most successful team in English football history with 20 top flight titles – just yet.Speaking on Wednesday’s Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, the former Man City No.1 said: “On the pitch, Manchester is definitely blue.“But you can’t get away from Manchester United’s history and the stuff they’ve won.last_img read more