Stabbed with a Silver SpoonShared from missc on 19 Feb 2015 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. A friend drew my attention to this article from Stuart Marconie in the New Statesman the other day. For those that don’t know him, Stuart is an intelligent and witty music journalist and his intelligent and witty article wonders aloud whether popular music will be any weaker as a result of being the playground of the privileged […]Read full article Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article
Job SummaryThe Space Plasma Group at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and SpacePhysics (LASP), University of Colorado, Boulder (CU) encouragesapplications for multiple open positions for research scientists inSpace Physics. Applicants at the level of RS-1 (post-doctoral),RS-II (research scientist), or RS-III (senior research scientist)will be considered. Possible research projects include:Data analysis of Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission andaccompanying modeling efforts to study magnetic reconnection,turbulence, acceleration, shocks, and/or other kinetic plasmaprocesses,Application of Machine Learning to space weather, especiallyEarth’s radiation belt and ionospheric phenomena,Analysis of Parker Solar Probe data to study near-Sun solarwind plasma and field phenomena, andMars data analysis with a key interest in the Langmuir Probeand Waves (LPW) data from the MAVEN mission. The University of Colorado Boulder is committed to building aculturally diverse community of faculty, staff, and studentsdedicated to contributing to an inclusive campus environment. Weare an Equal Opportunity employer, including veterans andindividuals with disabilities.Who We AreThe Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) at theUniversity of Colorado Boulder (CU) began in 1948, a decade beforeNASA. We are the world’s only research institute to have sentinstruments to all eight planets and Pluto. LASP is associated withseveral departments at the University of Colorado includingAstrophysical and Planetary Sciences, Physics, AerospaceEngineering, Geology, and Atmospheric Science. LASP is a researchlaboratory that is fully equipped for space-flight instrumentationwith a qualified engineering staff, clean rooms, vacuum chambers,and testing facilities.The CU/LASP Space Plasma Group conducts a diverse research programencompassing instrumentation, data analysis, simulation,theoretical studies, and machine learning applications of spaceplasma physics in a variety of environments, including planetarymagnetospheres and ionospheres as well as the solar wind.What We Can OfferThe approved salary ranges are RS I $70,000 – $80,000, RS II$75,000 – $110,000, RS III $95,000 – $200,000, all levels arerelocation eligible.BenefitsThe University of Colorado offers excellent benefits , including medical, dental,retirement, paid time off, tuition benefit and ECO Pass. TheUniversity of Colorado Boulder is one of the largest employers inBoulder County and offers an inspiring higher educationenvironment. Learn more about the University of Colorado Boulder .Be StatementsBe Curious. Be Groundbreaking. Be Boulder.What We RequirePh.D. in Physics or similar Scientific or Engineering field.What We Would Like You To HaveDepending on the science topic, demonstration of skills in dataanalysis of particle and field observations, MHD/PIC simulation, ormachine learning is highly desirable.Special InstructionsTo apply, please submit the following materials:Resume/CVCover Letter: indicate your research interests, and how youcould enhance and benefit the research projects listed in the JobSummary. Interested candidates are strongly encouraged to submit anapplication before January 31, 2021.During the application process, you will need to enter contactinformation for three references and we will request letters ofrecommendation and additional materials if needed, as the searchprogressesNote: Application materials will not be accepted via email. Forconsideration, applications must be submitted through CU Boulder JobsPosting Contact InformationPosting Contact Name: Xiangning ChuPosting Contact Email: [email protected]
Following the formation of Toby Beers Baker’s breakaway events company, Shuffle Nights, the management of Varsity Events has told Cherwell that they have placed “the matter in the hands of [their] lawyers.”A spokesperson for Varsity Events stated “Our lawyers have written to Toby Beers Baker regarding his employment at Varsity Events Limited and his subsequent conduct particularly in relation to Shuffle nights.”He added, “At this point in time we do not propose to comment further.” Toby Beers Baker confirmed that he had been contacted by Varsity’s legal team but declined to comment on the details of the legal dispute, remarking, “It is a private dispute between two parties, and discussing it in the press would be discourteous to Varsity Events.” Baker left Varsity Events over the vac stating last week that he “wasn’t happy with the way the company was going.” He has since set up his own company called Shuffle Nights which has taken control of popular student nights at Lava Ignite and Wahoo as well as organising two new weekly events.Despite the ongoing legal issues, students’ clubbing patterns do not seem to be affected. The first week of club nights since the split saw most students attend the same nights as last term. Tuesday’s student night at Camera, which is still run by Varsity Events, reportedly saw 900 students through the door and, according to the management, is the maximum they can realistically process in a night.A spokesperson for Camera stated, “We are not concerned in the slightest for our business.” Commenting on the legal disagreement, they added, “I did not think there was a split in Varsity rather than the departure of a disgruntled employee.“We value integrity, trust, reputation and consistency and on this basis we would not consider working with the new company at Camera.”Camera’s new Tuesday night competition, Beta House at Carbon, so far seems not to have posed a significant threat to Camera’s popularity.Although Toby Beers Baker declared that “the night was cool and had almost 300 through the doors”, students who attended the opening night at Carbon gave Cherwell a less positive picture.Sean Paul, a Univ second year, told Cherwell, “It was pants”, adding,“When I was there it seemed virtually empty.”Univ fresher, Charlie Mondelli, agreed, saying, “I was riding the chunder dragon hard in Carbon and it was still average.”However, Tom Cole, history student and Univ Shuffle Nights rep defended Baker’s events, commenting, “Britain may have been defeated at Normandy, but Fubar @ Lava Ignite will be Shuffle Nights’ D-Day landing.”Wednesday night at Lava Ignite was indeed a more successful night for Shuffle. Sources reporting that it was “as packed as ever” while Varsity’s new alternative Wednesday night at Lola Lo attracted a maximum of 200 visitors.A spokesperson for Varsity Events stated “Our lawyers have written to Toby Beers Baker regarding his employment at Varsity Events Limited and his subsequent conduct particularly in relation to Shuffle nights.”He added, “At this point in time we do not propose to comment further.”Toby Beers Baker confirmed that he had been contacted by Varsity’s legal team but declined to comment on the details of the legal dispute, remarking, “It is a private dispute between two parties, and discussing it in the press would be discourteous to Varsity Events.” Baker left Varsity Events over the vac stating last week that he “wasn’t happy with the way the company was going.” He has since set up his own company called Shuffle Nights which has taken control of popular student nights at Lava Ignite and Wahoo as well as organising two new weekly events.Despite the ongoing legal issues, students’ clubbing patterns do not seem to be affected. The first week of club nights since the split saw most students attend the same nights as last term.Tuesday’s student night at Camera, which is still run by Varsity Events, reportedly saw 900 students through the door and, according to the management, is the maximum they can realistically process in a night.A spokesperson for Camera stated, “We are not concerned in the slightest for our business.” Commenting on the legal disagreement, they added, “I did not think there was a split in Varsity rather than the departure of a disgruntled employee.“We value integrity, trust, reputation and consistency and on this basis we would not consider working with the new company at Camera.”Camera’s new Tuesday night competition, Beta House at Carbon, so far seems not to have posed a significant threat to Camera’s popularity.Although Toby Beers Baker declared that “the night was cool and had almost 300 through the doors”, students who attended the opening night at Carbon gave Cherwell a less positive picture. Sean Paul, a Univ second year, told Cherwell, “It was pants”, adding,“When I was there it seemed virtually empty.” However, Tom Cole, history student and Univ Shuffle Nights rep defended Baker’s events, commenting, “Britain may have been defeated at Normandy, but Fubar @ Lava Ignite will be Shuffle Nights’ D-Day landing.”Wednesday night at Lava Ignite was indeed a more successful night for Shuffle. Sources reporting that it was “as packed as ever” while Varsity’s new alternative Wednesday night at Lola Lo attracted a maximum of 200 visitors.
If you would rather not receive future communications from the University of Southern Indiana, let us know by clicking here.University of Southern Indiana, 8600 University Boulevard, Evansville, IN 47712 United StatesFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Eagles Battle For First-Day Split At Warrior InvitationalDETROIT – The University of Southern Indiana volleyball team opened the Warrior Invitational with a day-one split, defeating Malone University, 3-1 (20-25, 26-24, 27-25, 25-21), after dropping a three-setter to the University of Missouri-St. Louis (23-25, 22-25, 14-25). The Screaming Eagles (2-3) were led offensively against UMSL by freshman right-side hitter Katherine Koch (Belleville, Illinois) as she posted 10 kills on a .320 hitting clip. Friday’s opening-match performance is the second time in just four collegiate outings that Koch reached double-digits in kills.Senior outside hitter Lindsey Stose (Elkhart, Indiana) and freshman outside hitter Leah Anderson (Bloomington, Illinois) each posted 14 kills against Malone; setting a new career-high for Stose.Junior setter Casey Cepicky picked up her 20th career double-double against UMSL on her way to 53 assists and 17 digs on the first day of the Warrior Invitational.Senior middle hitter Elexis Coleman turned in a solid performance against Malone, posting 10 kills, seven digs, and a career-high-tying seven blocks.USI Volleyball returns to the campus of Wayne State University Saturday to battle Ursuline College and the host Warriors.Game 1: Missouri-St. Louis 3, USI 0USI posted runs of 7-1, 4-1 and 4-0 in the first frame against the Tritons before UMSL rattled off an 8-1 rally to snag the first set, 25-23.The Eagles held the largest lead in the frame at 11-5, thanks to a pair of service aces and a kill from Anderson. Koch, Stose and Coleman each contributed three kills.USI and UMSL traded blows again in the second set, with the Tritons claiming it, 25-22.The two squads combined for nine tied-scores and six lead changes while neither team posted more than four consecutive points in the set. Koch did most of her damage in this set, posting five kills on eight clean attempts.Cepicky notched her 20th-career double-double after posting five digs in each of the first two sets while amassing 16 of her eventual 22 assists.USI dropped the match as it allowed a seven-point set-clinching run by the Tritons to capture the third set, 25-14. The Eagles also opened the set allowing an 8-1 run from UMSL.Game 2: USI 3, Malone 1The Eagles ceded Malone’s one set in the first frame, 20-25, after allowing an 8-0 run that led to a 14-8 Pioneer lead. Koch tallied four of her six kills in the match in the first set.USI needed extra points in both the second and third sets, 26-24 and 27-25, respectively. The Eagles faced set-point at 21-24 before shelling out a 5-0 run to close the second; a 5-1 run for USI closed the third.Stose and Anderson each struck for five kills in the third set, giving them 11 each through three. Senior libero Mikaila Humphrey (Floyd Knobs, Indiana) crossed the double-digit threshold in digs with 11 of her 15 for the match; Humphrey’s most since the 2017 campaign.The fourth set finished 25-21, in favor of the Eagles, again by way of a set-clinching run, this time an 8-1 stretch. Anderson and Coleman teamed up for three of the final four kills and two blocks in the closing run.Up NextUSI Volleyball meets the Ursuline Arrows for the first time in program history at 8 a.m. CDT Saturday, back at the Warrior Invitational.The Eagles conclude their road trip with Wayne State at 12:30 p.m. CDT before returning to Evansville to host the USI Invitational on Thursday night.
A memorial service took place Sept. 24 for Diane Rakoski of Jersey City. She passed away Sept. 20. Born in Jersey City, she was a lifelong resident. A graduate of Dickinson High School, she worked as a Traffic Agent for the Jersey City Parking Authority for 18 years. She was the wife of the late Raymond Rakoski. She is survived by her two children, Jeanmarie Haley and Joseph Frendenburg. Grandmother of James Job, Nicole Haley and Joseph Frendenburg. Also survived by her f sisters and their spouses, four brothers and their spouses, and many nieces and nephews.Services arranged by the McLaughlin Funeral Home, Jersey City.
Lancashire company SpringThyme Oils has developed a range of fresh-flavoured infused fluid shortenings specifically for the bakery sector. They are made by blending hard and soft vegetable oils with fresh herbs and spices, such as chilli, garlic, rosemary or thyme. These are then infused into an oil matrix to create fat-based flavour solutions.The shortenings can be used to make a wide variety of bakery products, including speciality breads, soft rolls, pizza, pastry and laminated pastries, savoury snacks, biscuits and cake batters. According to the firm, the product has no detrimental effect on dough rheology and can help to increase both the volume and product life of baked goods. “They have the convenient handling properties of liquid oils,” said sales and marketing director Ken Williams.The new range is additive- and GMO-free and carries a shelf-life of up to six months.
At Wellcome we focus on people, and our public engagement activity is about helping everyone to play their own role in improving health. The Inspiring Science Fund enables science centres across the country to bring science, health and research closer to public. We’re looking forward to seeing how the successful centres develop and how they use this funding to involve ever more people in science in a way that is relevant and useful to their own lives. £13 million to be invested in 6 science centres across the UK to engage more people with science as part of our modern Industrial Strategy new immersive technology, refurbished visitor hubs and a new community hub will aim to attract new, diverse visitors to the centres the successful Science Centres in Scotland, Wales and England will also use the funding to develop sustainable business models to ensure continued success for years to come We want to bring the wonders of science to as wide an audience as possible and that’s why it is at the heart of our modern Industrial Strategy. Today’s investment will help inspire people from across the country to learn about the truly amazing benefits that science and technology has on all our lives. These Centres will all receive new funding after presenting exciting plans to connect with audiences and communities who don’t currently visit science centres or engage with learning in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).The funding will help each centre create new learning activities to help reach audiences, improve their facilities and develop sustainable business models.The new funding will be delivered through the Inspiring Science Fund, a joint initiative by Wellcome and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. The Inspiring Science Fund aims to support under-served and underrepresented audiences, delivering science learning and engagement opportunities that are accessible to all through Science Centres around the country.Science Minister Sam Gyimah said: Simon Chaplin, Director of Culture & Society, Wellcome, said: 6 Science Centres across the UK today received a £13 million injection of funding to help attract thousands of new visitors: Catalyst in Widnes Dundee Science Centre Eureka! Mersey Glasgow Science Centre The National Space Centre in Leicester Techniquest in Cardiff Notes to editorsInformation about the successful centres:Techniquest – £3,000,000In Wales, The Science Capital will see a transformation of Techniquest, extending it into a contemporary STEM hub, and diversifying its audiences. It will house innovative new content, developed with businesses and academics at the forefront of STEM in Wales and supported by a programme of community co-production, highlighting the role STEM technologies shape the future of our society.The National Space Centre – £1,880,000In the Midlands, the National Space Centre’s Extended Reality for New Audiences project will engage disadvantaged young people from diverse communities in Leicester in STEM subjects using exciting new immersive technologies.Eureka! Mersey – £3,000,000In the north west, Eureka! will open a second visitor attraction on the Wirral, extending their discovery-based approach for children and young people across the Mersey region. Eureka! Mersey will be a £11 million reinvention of the existing Spaceport attraction, creating a 21st century science and discovery centre for 0-14 year olds.Catalyst – £754,600Catalyst Science centre in Widnes will launch “Catalyst for a future generation”, exploring ground-breaking thinking about the relationship between science and wellbeing. Involving the community and local partners in the design of our spaces and exhibits, Catalyst will inspire a future generation of scientists across the north west and beyond.Dundee Science Centre – £1,455,440In Scotland, Dundee Science Centre will be transformed into an inspiring community hub and lifelong learning resource that brings people together and builds capacity within the region. The spaces and programmes will be co-designed with local communities and will feel welcoming, safe and accessible for all. It will be a unique platform to co-create and disseminate new, innovative methods for science engagement.Glasgow Science Centre – £2,876,401Glasgow Science Centre (GSC) will use the Inspiring Science Funding to develop its indoor and outdoor exhibition spaces, facilities and organisational culture to ensure that the centre grows to become as inclusive, diverse and exciting for as many communities and people possible.Further informationInspiring Science FundThe Inspiring Science Fund is co-funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and Wellcome. BEIS’ role will transfer to UK Research and Innovation in 2018. The scheme supports science centres to rethink what they do and what they offer to the public. The aims of the fund are to revitalise the offer of existing science centres through capital development, such as new exhibition spaces and learning centres, and the opportunity to develop meaningful engagement with under-served and underrepresented audiences. This opportunity to refresh how science centres are operating will lead to more sustainable business models, and contribute to science centre sector development through shared learning.The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial StrategyThe Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy brings together responsibilities for business, industrial strategy, science, innovation, energy and climate change. The Department is responsible for: developing and delivering a comprehensive industrial strategy and leading the government’s relationship with business; ensuring that the country has secure energy supplies that are reliable, affordable and clean; ensuring the UK remains at the leading edge of science, research and innovation; and tackling climate change. The Inspiring Science Fund administration will soon transfer to UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).Industrial StrategyOur modern Industrial Strategy sets out a long term plan to boost the productivity and earning power of people throughout the UK. It sets out how we are building an economy/a Britain fit for the future – how we will help businesses create better, higher-paying jobs in every part of the UK with investment in skills, industries and infrastructure.WellcomeWellcome exists to improve health for everyone by helping great ideas to thrive. We’re a global charitable foundation, both politically and financially independent. We support scientists and researchers, take on big problems, fuel imaginations, and spark debate.UKRIUK Research and Innovation (UKRI), the new funding organisation for research and innovation in the UK, will succeed BEIS as co-funder of the Inspiring Science Fund later in 2018. UKRI brings together the 7 UK research councils, Innovate UK and a new organisation, Research England, working closely with its partner organisations in the devolved administrations.
Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Recently I saw on the news that First Lady Melania Trump is supporting a campaign against the bullying that exists today with our nation’s youth.Our young people learn from what the adults of our country deem as acceptable conduct on social and national media. Mrs. Trump should start at the dinner table with our commander-in-chief. This is a person who describes people, such as James Comey, as the “untruthable slimeball.” He’s also referred to Ted Cruz as “Lying Ted,” North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as“Rocketman,” Hillary Clinton as “Crooked Hillary,” and too many others to name. That type of conduct is definitely not what we should be teaching our youth.Treating people with dignity and respect starts with adults teaching those values and conduct to the youth of today.Ken JonesBallston SpaMore from The Daily Gazette:Guilderland girls’ soccer team hands BH-BL first league lossEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homes
Press Release, Public Health Governor Tom Wolf announced today that beginning Wednesday, June 10, five more COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites will open in Walmart parking lots across the state.“These additional testing sites help us further ramp up the state’s testing capabilities and make sure those who may have had access barriers to a COVID test can now get one easily and at no cost,” Gov. Wolf said. “We will continue to add testing sites so every Pennsylvanian who needs a test can get one.”Quest Diagnostics and Walmart are working with the Pennsylvania Department of Health to provide testing for residents living in areas with limited access. On Friday, June 5, five testing sites opened at Walmart locations in Clarion, Erie, Montoursville, Clearfield and Hermitage to test Pennsylvanians for COVID-19.“We appreciate the tremendous work the health systems, pharmacies, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), medical clinics and other entities are doing to provide COVID-19 testing across Pennsylvania,” Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said. “When we established our testing strategy, we wanted testing to be accessible, available and adaptable, and we are working to meet that challenge. Anyone who believes they have symptoms of COVID-19 can get tested today in Pennsylvania.”Beginning tomorrow these sites will be open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM to test up to 50 registered patients daily. Registration is required one day in advance. There is no COVID-19 testing inside Walmart stores or Quest Diagnostics Patient Service Centers.The testing sites that will open on June 10 include:Walmart Supercenter parking lot, 167 Hogan Blvd, Mill Hall, PAWalmart Supercenter parking lot, 21920 Route #119, Punxsutawney, PAWalmart Supercenter parking lot, 50 Foster Brook Blvd, Bradford, PAWalmart Supercenter parking lot, 10 Kimberly Ln, Cranberry, PAWalmart Supercenter parking lot, 2901 Market St, Warren, PAAdditional testing sites will be announced in upcoming days and will be listed on the department’s website.“After testing, you are required to return home and self-isolate,” Dr. Levine said. “If symptoms develop or worsen while you are waiting for your test results, talk to your doctor. If you experience a medical emergency, please seek immediate care.”The Department of Health is partnering with Quest Diagnostics to process the tests. At this time, the tests are being provided at no cost to Pennsylvanians. Patients can create an account by visiting www.MyQuestCOVIDTestPA.com.Registrants will be notified of a testing location within a 50-mile radius of them with available appointment times. Patients schedule an appointment time, print a voucher and bring the voucher to the location with them to their appointment. Patients will receive an email with their test results within 24-48 hours, and physicians will call any patient who has a positive test result.Widespread testing is now available throughout the state. Rite Aid, CVS, Patient First, Walmart along with hospitals, health systems, federally qualified health centers, and health clinics all offer testing. Universal testing at long-term care facilities is also under way.Symptoms of COVID-19 can include:FeverCoughShortness of breath or difficulty breathingDiarrheaChillsRepeating shaking with chillsMuscle painHeadacheSore throatNew loss of taste or smellSymptoms may appear in as few as two days or as long as 14 days after exposure. Reported illnesses have ranged from people with little to no symptoms to people being severely ill and dying.As of 12:00 a.m., June 9, that there are 493 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 76,436 in 67 counties with 6,014 total deaths. Most of the patients hospitalized are 65 or older, and most of the deaths have occurred in patients 65 and older. More data is available here.For the latest information for individuals, families, businesses and schools, visit “Responding to COVID-19” on pa.gov.The Wolf Administration stresses the role Pennsylvanians play in helping to reduce the spread of COVID-19:Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.Cover any coughs or sneezes with your elbow, not your hands.Clean surfaces frequently.Stay home to avoid spreading COVID-19, especially if you are unwell.If you must go out for a life-sustaining reason, please wear a mask.Updated Coronavirus Links: Press Releases, State Lab Photos, Graphics:Daily COVID-19 ReportPress releases regarding coronavirusLatest information on the coronavirusPhotos of the state’s lab in Exton (for download and use)Coronavirus and preparedness graphics (located at the bottom of the page)Community preparedness and procedures materialsMap with the number of COVID-19 casesAll Pennsylvania residents are encouraged to sign up for AlertPA, a text notification system for health, weather, and other important alerts like COVID-19 updates from commonwealth agencies. Residents can sign up online at www.ready.pa.gov/BeInformed/Signup-For-Alerts.Ver esta página en español. June 09, 2020 Gov. Wolf: Additional COVID-19 Testing Sites Opening in Areas with Limited Access SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
So, what’s his secret to dealing with the best club team in the world? “To score more goals,” he replied, laughing. “Everyone knows how important this competition is,” Ancelotti added about the oldest club competition in soccer. “But the last time I played this competition, I won it.” That was with Chelsea in 2010 before he was fired a year later by the London club, in the bowels of Everton’s Goodison Park just an hour after the final game of the 2010-11 season. Ancelotti, a three-time Champions League winner as a coach, already seems to have had an effect since taking over as arguably Everton’s most high-profile manager ever, with the team in danger of relegation from the Premier League. He won his first two matches, against Burnley and Newcastle, before giving Manchester City a tough game in a 2-1 loss on Wednesday. Ancelotti has made only subtle changes to tighten up the Everton team, like for example pushing right back Djibril Sidibé into a slightly more attacking role. Ancelotti’s initial priority is to make Everton harder to beat but the team had 43 shots in his first two games at the helm, more than any other in the Premier League in that spell. “The players need to adapt. I ask from them a lot of things — maybe for some players some new things,” he said. “But I have to be patient … I don’t want to change a lot because I don’t want to create confusion in their heads.” Helping Everton’s cause will be Klopp saying he will make changes to his team after a busy festive period in the league, which finished for Liverpool on Thursday with a 2-0 win over Sheffield United. Everton will have had a day longer to prepare for the game. Loading… Read Also: Everton suffer injury blow during Man City warm-up Liverpool’s recent record in the competition is poor, too. Since losing to Chelsea in the 2012 final, the Reds have only got past the last 16 once — in 2015 — and went out in the third round at Wolverhampton Wanderers last season after fielding a weakened team. Wolves have also got a tough game this season in the third round, when Premier League teams join the competition. They play Manchester United at home in the other all-Premier League match. Manchester City begins the defense of its title at home against fourth-tier club Port Vale. There will be a one-minute delay to games this weekend to raise awareness of a mental-health campaign, called “Heads Up,” that is being fronted by Prince William, the president of the Football Association. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti was setting the scene for the latest Merseyside derby against Liverpool when he trotted out a cliché seemingly used for any match between local rivals. “In a derby,” Ancelotti said with a smile, “you never know what’s going to happen.” Except, that is, on Merseyside. Everton has not beaten Liverpool in any competition since 2010. It last won at Anfield — where Sunday’s FA Cup match will be held — in 1999. Liverpool is the European club champion and, with a 13-point lead in the Premier League, is almost certain to be English champion in a few months for the first time in 30 years. The team coached by Jurgen Klopp hasn’t lost at home in any competition in nearly 16 months. Everton was thrashed 5-2 by a largely second-string Liverpool at Anfield on Dec. 4, a result that led to the firing of Marco Silva two days later and the arrival of Ancelotti at Goodison Park within a few weeks. It’s fair to say it is a very one-sided rivalry. “Everything has to be perfect; work hard, sacrifice, intensity,” Ancelotti said Friday. “To beat them, the game has to be complete.” Ancelotti, of course, knows all about that. Before joining Everton, the Italian coach was in charge of a Napoli team that remains the only side to beat Liverpool this season – 2-0 in the Champions League in September. Ancelotti’s Napoli also earned a draw at Anfield in the return match in November, which is the only time Liverpool hasn’t won at home this season, and beat Liverpool in last season’s Champions League, too. Indeed, Ancelotti has won seven of his 12 games against Liverpool in his managerial career, a record he was happy to bring up at his presentation as Everton manager last month.