first_imgTwo Sioux City men charged with vandalizing the Miracle League complex in Riverside Park in late March have pleaded not guilty to those charges.31 year old Trent Tadlock and 21 year old Colten Stroman are each charged with third degree burglary and second degree criminal mischief.The vandals damaged the concession area with drinking fountains ripped from the wall and restroom windows were broken.Tadlock’s trial is set for August 8th, Stroman will go to trial June 6th.Tadlock is free on bond and Stroman remains in custody facing first degree robbery and assault charges from other alleged crimes.last_img

Ox: LFC will be fine without Coutinho

first_imgLiverpool ‘We still have amazing players’ – Oxlade-Chamberlain confident Coutinho exit won’t devastate Liverpool Dejan Kalinic Last updated 1 year ago 09:43 1/12/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) Philippe Coutinho Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Liverpool Stu Forster Liverpool Philippe Coutinho Liverpool v Manchester City Premier League Barcelona Transfers The Brazilian made the move to Barcelona, but the former Arsenal man feels it should not impact the Reds Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain insisted the exit of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona should have no impact on his side.Coutinho, 25, made a €160million move to Camp Nou earlier this month in a blow to Liverpool’s chances of securing a top-four finish in the Premier League.But Oxlade-Chamberlain believes there is enough depth in Jurgen Klopp’s squad to deal with the departure of the Brazilian. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player “When Phil didn’t play in some games we still played great football and we still have amazing players who can score goals – the likes of Mo [Salah], Sadio [Mane], Roberto [Firmino] and everyone else,” he told UK newspapers.”We have goals and creativity all over the team. Obviously Phil added to that, there is no doubt about that.”The fact is he has gone now and we have to think about what we have got that is going to get the job done. I have every faith in the boys that we just move on now.”I don’t think it should affect us at all.”Liverpool are fourth in the Premier League and three points off second-placed Manchester United, with Coutinho having played a key role in helping Klopp’s side enjoy a strong season so far.While he believes his team can cope without Coutinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain paid tribute to the Brazil attacker.”I knew what a world class talent Phil is before I came here and in the short time I played with him I saw what an influential part he was of the side,” he said.”He was a big character around the place and a fan’s favourite – rightfully so. He was an amazing player and he did great things for Liverpool.”When you lose anyone like Phil, I wouldn’t say you’re losing out, but you want as many good players as you can have in your team. That’s football, that’s the business that we are in. People come, people go.”Great players will leave clubs and clubs will bring in great players. You don’t like to see friends leave – and Phil was a really good guy – but you wish them all the best.”The Reds face the toughest task in the league on Sunday, taking on leaders Manchester City at Anfield.  Subscribe to Goal’s Liverpool Correspondent Neil Jones’ weekly email bringing you the best Liverpool FC writing from around the weblast_img read more