SOUTHAMPTON VS MAN UNITED

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first_imgSOUTHAMPTON (3-4-1-2)STEKELENBURG, SOARES, FONTE, VAN DIJK, TARGETT,WANYAMA, S DAVIS,WARD-PROWSE, TADIC, RODRIGUEZ, PELLEMAN UNITED (4-2-3-1)ROONEY, MATA, HERRERA, MEMPHIS,CARRICK, SCHNEIDERLIN,ROJO, SMALLING, DARMIAN, DE GEAManchester United suffered on two counts on Tuesday night. Not only did they lose 2-1 against Dutch club PSV Eindhoven in their first Champions League group game, but England left back Luke Shaw suffered a double fracture of his leg and may miss the rest of the Barclays Premier League campaign.Wayne Rooney, still without a Premier League goal since April – and 14 hours and 34 minutes – missed the game in Holland with a hamstring injury and undergoes a test ahead of the trip to the south coast.The defeat against PSV came after an impressive 3-1 win over Liverpool in which Anthony Martial, the PS36 million teenager signed from French club Monaco, came on to score a hugely impressive goal on his debut.Martial got his first United start against PSV and, if Rooney’s is unavailable, he could continue in attack for United.Southampton arrive with an improved defensive record. After conceding five goals in their first two games, they have kept three straight clean sheets and gone a total of 276 minutes since they last conceded.The arrival of Celtic central defender Virgil van Dijk, for PS11.5 million, has helped the Saints’ rear-guard, but they are still without left-back Ryan Bertrand and centre half Florin Gardos.last_img read more

Family files suit in crash

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first_imgHe later was ordered to pay $83,000 in restitution to the family of the victim, Jayson Maddela, and other people injured in the crash. When the crash occurred, Jayson, a former Desert Rose Elementary School student, was making his final visit to Palmdale, where he had lived most of his life. Minutes earlier, Jayson’s parents had signed papers to sell their Palmdale home. Jayson, his mother and two older brothers had moved to Gardena two months earlier while Jayson’s father stayed in the house pending the sale. With Mendoza behind the wheel, the SUV slammed head-on into Jayson’s mother’s Honda Accord, which was stopped in a left-turn lane on Avenue S at 30th Street East, sheriff’s deputies said. The impact shoved the Honda backward into a pickup truck that was stopped behind it, fatally injuring Jayson, who was in the back seat. Before hitting the Honda, the GMC Suburban had driven into the left-turn lane to pass two other vehicles traveling in front of it, then clipped the back of a truck, deputies said. The charge on which Mendoza was convicted will count as a strike under the state’s “three strikes, you’re out” law. Mendoza was convicted in 1998 of assault with a deadly weapon and in 2004 of possessing less than an ounce of marijuana, prosecutors said. karen.maeshiro@dailynews.com (661) 267-5744 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LANCASTER – The family of a 10-year-old boy who died in a drunk-driving crash has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver, a Palmdale ex-convict who was convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison. Juan Mendoza had a blood-alcohol level of 0.13percent – above the 0.08 legal limit – and also showed indications of drug use when he was tested after the March11,2005, crash, which occurred as Mendoza’s sport utility vehicle was passing other vehicles at a Palmdale intersection. The lawsuit names as defendants Mendoza and the owner of the GMC Suburban. Mendoza was sentenced in June 2005 after pleading no contest to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated after prosecutors agreed to dismiss an additional charge of driving under the influence with injury. last_img read more