Shirley Delaine Race, age 71, of Brookville, Indiana died peacefully Monday, May 20, 2019 at her residence.Born November 4, 1947 in Whitesburg, Kentucky she was one of ten children born to the late Arnold & Annie (Roark) Boggs. She was a graduate of the former Whitewater High School with the class of 1967.On August 26, 1967 she was united in marriage to Roger L. Race, and he preceded her in death on February 9, 2001. Roger & Shirley were lifelong residents of Brookville.Shirley was an active member of the Brookville United Methodist Church. She dearly loved her family and friends with all her heart.Survivors include her son, Jeff Race of Brookville; three grandchildren, Rachel (Bobby) Wagner, April Race, and Aaron (Khyla) Race; one great-granddaughter, Linkaln Race; five sisters, Phyllis Smith, Patsy (Henry Blanton) Montique, Wanda (Harry) Hollingsworth, Ora (Ron) Floyd, Jackie (Doug) Gesell; two brothers, James (Maridale) Boggs and Paul (Ruth) Boggs. She is also survived by aunts, uncles, nieces & nephews, and in-laws.In addition to her parents, and husband, Roger, she was preceded in death by a son, Christopher A. Race, who died March 2, 2019, and two sisters, Virginia Mae Boggs and Debbie Boggs Smith.Family & friends may visit from 9 until 11:00 A.M. on Friday, May 24, 2019 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Avenue, Brookville.Funeral Services will be conducted at 11:00 A.M., Friday, May 24, 2019 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home with burial following in Mt. Carmel Cemetery.Memorial contributions may be directed to the Brookville United Methodist Church or Franklin County Public Transportation. The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home are honored to once again serve the Race family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists he does not have a problem with West Brom’s tactics or their manager Tony Pulis despite a fractious 2-2 draw at Anfield. Klopp did not shake hands with the Baggies boss at the final whistle and was involved with a confrontation with a member of the visiting team’s backroom staff as he went onto the pitch to celebrate with his players. Craig Gardner’s reckless knee-high challenge on Dejan Lovren, which went unpunished even though the defender departed on a stretcher and left the ground on crutches, was the worst of the afternoon’s tackles but Klopp said he did not have a personal issue with Pulis. “Sometimes a point deserved in the right way is more important,” he added. “Maybe the crowd were disappointed but they didn’t let us feel that. “We all wanted this one point and it felt like three, in this moment it was an explosion.” Pulis played down the any perceived animosity with Klopp, insisting he was more annoyed about not leaving with three points. “He has got to do what he has got to do, I am more disappointed about the way they came back to make it 2-2,” he said. “He is animated. I have been animated all my life on the bench. I have no problems with that. “We have come here, tried to be resilient. I don’t think there was a booking during the game. The big disappointment was they got that goal.” Pulis also brushed aside Gardner’s tackle on Lovren. “The two worst challenges in the game are (James) Milner’s challenge on Gardner and Skrtel’s challenge on Salomon (Rondon). Gardner has played the ball. The others, Skrtel has gone right over the ball,” he added. “I didn’t see him after the game. I can say nothing,” he said. “We had some words in the game; sometimes it takes more than a few seconds to cool down. “Usually I shake hands, I did not today because it was not a friendly game.” Jordan Henderson had given the Reds an early lead but Craig Dawson and Jonas Olsson – who also had a goal ruled out for offside – scored from corners to turn things around and only substitute Divock Origi’s deflected strike in the sixth of eight minutes of added time rescued a point for the hosts. Simon Mignolet’s error led to West Brom’s first goal when he failed to claim the ball after coming for a deep corner, but Klopp defended his goalkeeper despite the growing criticism from fans. “I said to Simon at half-time, if somebody says it was your fault, it is not true, it is my fault. I have nothing negative to say about Simon,” he added. “In England it is really difficult for goalkeepers to come out as there is no-one to protect them but he can help if he comes out.” Klopp celebrated the late equaliser like it was a winner, pumping his fists towards the Main Stand and taking his players to salute the Kop at the end. Press Association
Rome is expected to confirm it’s pulling out of the bidding to host the 2024 Olympics today.The Italian capital’s new mayor, Virginia Raggi, has spoken before of her concerns about the rising cost of putting on the Games.Los Angeles, Paris and Budapest would be left in the running. The International Olympic Committee will decide on the 2024 host around this time next year.