24 days agoChelsea captain Azpilicueta ready to help potential replacement James

first_imgChelsea captain Azpilicueta ready to help potential replacement Jamesby Freddie Taylor24 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveCesar Azpilicueta says he will help Reece James in any way possible.The Spanish right-back could potentially be replaced by 19-year-old James by the end of the season after his impressive debut against Grimsby Town last week.But the club captain insists he will help James develop as much as he can.”Reece is a player I have followed and he had an amazing spell at Wigan [on loan],’ said Azpilicueta. “He showed his quality, he is a very strong boy with a good attitude. I will try to help him with whatever he needs.”I am here to help the team and even if he is a right-back and I can play right-back, we are players who can play in different positions. “I am here to help as I am with all the young lads and hopefully he can be an important player for this big team.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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10 days agoLiverpool chief exec Moore: We’re back after dark days

first_imgLiverpool chief exec Moore: We’re back after dark daysby Paul Vegas10 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool chief executive Peter Moore says the European champions are well placed after “some dark days”.Sustained investment in the squad and infrastructure has elevated owners FSG to the highest point of their ownership, with the club posting £125m record profits – re-invested back into the squad even before the financial results were announced in February – winning the Champions League and starting this season brilliantly.”From a prestige perspective it (the Champions League victory) kind of gets us back to where we once were in what we liked to call ‘European royalty’, so the impact is massive,” said Moore.”When we look at the health of the club our revenues have doubled in the last five years and been reinvested back into the squad. We have steadied the ship from some dark days nine years ago.”We take great pride in our business model: a self-sustaining football club.”Simply, you drive revenues as best you can to invest on the pitch and that investment on the pitch pays off and global sponsors and advertisers want to be a part of that.”They continue to give the football club revenue which will again drive investment on the pitch and we win more games.”It is a virtuous cycle and that is the modern business model for high-performing football clubs: invest, invest, invest for success.”Yes, we had that headline, £125million, but all of that money, by the time we had announced that, had been reinvested in players like Virgil Van Dijk, Alisson Becker, Naby Keita and Fabinho. But the club is in fine shape financially.”I think, as you saw from Jurgen’s comments, he has the squad he likes and we have locked this squad up on long-term contracts, which is important.”He has built the chemistry and these players are content, motivated and excited to win – not just for Jurgen and the coaching staff but for the people of Liverpool and broader global fanbase.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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Shaw appears to poke fun at Mourinho-Pogba rift

first_imgManchester United defender Luke Shaw has taken to Twitter to make a cheeky jibe hinting at the rift between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho.The full-back featured in United’s 3-1 victory over Huddersfield Town on Saturday afternoon – a result that ensured Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recorded a win in his first home match as Reds manager.Pogba was instrumental in the victory, having scored what proved to be a vital brace. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? After the match Shaw uploaded a photograph of the Frenchman celebrating with his teammates on Twitter with the caption: “When you post something by accident on insta”, referencing a controversial post from Pogba in the aftermath of Mourinho’s dismissal.When you post something by accident on insta pic.twitter.com/7UFfKaGsZ7— Luke Shaw (@LukeShaw23) December 26, 2018The World Cup winner posted a photo of himself smirking shortly after news of the Portuguese manager’s departure broke, with the caption “Caption this”.The photograph was deleted shortly afterwards and the 25-year-old claimed that it had been a scheduled post, and not a jibe at his ex-manager.Mourinho and Pogba endured a tumultuous and well-documented relationship during their time together at Old Trafford.Earlier in the season the midfielder was told that he would not captain United again while Mourinho was in charge and the two were filmed in a tense and frosty exchange at Carrington during a training session.Pogba failed to start any of the 55-year-old’s final three matches at the helm, and did not feature at all in the win over Fulham or the 3-1 defeat to Liverpool that heralded the end of Mourinho’s tenure.Shaw had also endured a torrid time under the ex-Chelsea boss. After suffering a broken leg in a Europa League match under Louis van Gaal, the England international struggled to impress his new boss upon his return to fitness, and failed to make an impression in the earlier days of Mourinho’s tenure.After a long battle to turn his United career around, the 23-year-old became a regular under the Portuguese manager and was offered a five-year contract extension in October of this year, but was still often criticised openly by Mourinho. Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.last_img read more

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Arsenal close in on loan deal for Barca’s Suarez

first_imgArsenal are closing in on a loan deal for Denis Suarez after head coach Unai Emery convinced the wideman to join the Gunners, Goal understands.Emery confirmed in a pre-match press conference on Thursday that Arsenal will not be making any permanent signings during the January transfer window , but admitted that loan signings are possible.The Gunners brought in Lucas Torreira, Bernd Leno, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Matteo Guendouzi during the summer transfer window and are expecting an increased transfer budget this summer when their new £300m kit deal with Adidas kicks in. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Suarez, though, has been identified as player who can compete with Alex Iwobi and Henrikh Mkhitaryan for a place on the flanks during the second half of the season, having previously worked under Emery when the two were at Sevilla in the 2014-15 season.“I don’t know his [Suarez] situation now,” said Emery. “We can only sign players later on. I know the club is working on possibilities of which players can help us with big performances like we need now.”Raul Sanllehi, Arsenal’s head of football, has been leading negotiations for the Gunners with Barcelona, where he previously worked at for nine years.Suarez’s contract expires in the summer of 2020, which means an obligation to buy clause is likely to be inserted in the deal.The 25-year-old is expected to be involved in Barcelona’s Copa del Rey match against Levante on Thursday after the Blaugrana named an 18-man squad for the match at Estadi Ciutat de Valencia before completing the formalities of his move to north London, with the two clubs in advanced discussions over the loan move.Aaron Ramsey Arsenal 2018-19Suarez’s arrival may also help offset the summer departure of Aaron Ramsey, with the Wales international having agreed terms with Serie A champions Juventus ahead of a free transfer at the end of the season.Meanwhile, the search for a centre-back to bolster Arsenal’s threadbare defence continues with Konstantinos Mavropanos likely to feature for the Under-23 side against Manchester City on Monday.There is an increased belief among the Arsenal coaching staff that Mavropanos is ready to play in the first team and is in contention to be involved in senior games when he’s fully match fit.That should ease the burden on Sokratis, Shkodran Mustafi and Laurent Koscielny following the season-ending knee injury picked up by Rob Holding in December.last_img read more

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ESPN’s Playoff Analyst Updates Her Top 4 After Georgia’s Loss To Alabama

first_imgHeather Dinich of ESPN.Georgia lost a heartbreaker to Alabama in the SEC title game on Saturday night, and as a result, the Bulldogs may have spoiled their chance to qualify for the College Football Playoff this year. Let’s take a look at one of ESPN’s top analysts has right now for the four-team field.Heather Dinich, whose job is to cover the playoff and the selection committee, took to Twitter with an update to her top four. Her rankings, seen below, are as-of Alabama’s win over Georgia.The Clemson vs. Pitt game and the Ohio State vs. Northwestern game had not started when she tweeted them out.As you’ll see, she has Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame and Oklahoma. She has Georgia out after their loss to the Crimson Tide.My prediction as of right this second: 1. Bama, 2. Clemson, 3. ND, 4. OU … will update as games play out.— Heather Dinich (@CFBHeather) December 2, 2018Ohio State is also out of her field. The Buckeyes will need an impressive win over Northwestern to stay in the conversation.The selection committee likely has its toughest job yet on Sunday morning. It’s possible there are six teams – Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ohio State and Georgia – will valid claims as to why they should get in.We’ll find out at Noon ET on Sunday.last_img read more

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Notre Dame Fan’s Reaction To This Clemson TD Is Going Viral

first_imgA fan sitting in the stands dressed as Notre Dame's mascot.2 Nov 1996: The University of Notre Dame Leprachaun mascot leads the crowd during the Fighting Irish 54-27 win over Navy in Dublin, Ireland. Mandatory Credit: Billy Stickland/ALLSPORTNotre Dame and Clemson are in the midst of a College Football Playoff semifinal battle that is going Clemson’s way so far in the first half. The Fighting Irish have been hit with injuries early, one of which led directly to a Clemson touchdown.After nearly two full quarters of play, the Tigers hold a 16-3 advantage. The latest Clemson touchdown appears to have broken the spirit of a few Notre Dame fans in the arena.After freshman phenom Trevor Lawrence hit fellow freshman Justyn Ross with a 42-yard strike for a touchdown, one Notre Dame fan’s reaction went viral.Check it out.pic.twitter.com/PP4qFAyPrB— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) December 29, 2018Ross now has five catches on the night for 137 yards and tow touchdowns. Lawrence has been solid through much of the first half and has 204 yards on 16-of-23 passing for two touchdowns.The Irish have struggled to get anything going on the offensive side of the ball and are in danger of getting blown out.last_img read more

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Gautam Gambhir bats for Ravichandran Ashwin’s inclusion in World Cup squad

first_imgGautam Gambhir bats for Ravichandran Ashwin’s inclusion in World Cup squadGautam Gambhir said a finger-spinner like Ravichandran Ashwin could be as effective as a wrist-spinner in English conditions during the World Cup. Ashwin last played for India in an ODI in July 2017.advertisement Press Trust of India BengaluruJanuary 22, 2019UPDATED: January 22, 2019 21:26 IST Ravichandran Ashwin has not played for India since June 2017 (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSGautam Gambhir wants Ravichandran Ashwin to be included in the India’s World Cup squadGambhir said a finger-spinner like him could be as effective as a wrist-spinner in English conditions”I’ve always believed that a quality spinner is a quality spinner,” Gambhir saidFormer opener Gautam Gambhir wants Ravichandran Ashwin to be included in the India’s one day international team ahead of the 2019 ICC World Cup in England and Wales. Gambhir said a finger-spinner like him could be as effective as a wrist-spinner in English conditions.Ashwin last played for India in coloured clothing in July 2017. Wrist-spinners Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav have since become frontline spinners for India in limited-overs format. While Ravindra Jadeja has managed to make a comeback in the shorter formats, Ashwin has not.”Both wrist-spinners [Kuldeep and Chahal] have done well in the last one year. But I still feel that Ashwin is somebody we should look at. I’ve always believed that a quality spinner is a quality spinner irrespective of whether he is a wrist-spinner or a finger-spinner,” said Gambhir at a promotional event.Gambhir cited the example of premier Australia tweaker Nathan Lyon, who recently made an ODI comeback following his stellar performances in the longest format.”He [Lyon[ is probably the best off-spinner in the world and he’s a finger-spinner. I feel that we should not differentiate because there’s a wrist-spinner and so there’s no space for a finger-spinner.”I think R Ashwin is someone who we should always consider because we are looking at conditions in England during that time of the year. Wickets could be flat and worn out. So a finger-spinner can be effective with the ball as well,” said Gambhir.Commenting on opener Shikhar Dhawan, who was not amongst the runs in the ODI series against Australia, Gambhir said the southpaw should have played first-class cricket since he was not part of the Test series Down Under.advertisement”I am a little disappointed because some of the guys should have played first-class cricket. Being away from Test cricket should have actually pushed them to play first-class cricket.”Whoever was selected to play [only] white-ball cricket, because it is a World Cup year, I think it should have pushed all these guys like MS Dhoni, Shikhar Dhawan and Ambati Rayudu all those who went to Australia – to play first-class cricket,” he said.For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byPTI Tags :Follow Gautam GambhirFollow Ravichandran Ashwinlast_img read more

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Travis Head dedicates maiden Test hundred to mentor Phillip Hughes

first_imgTravis Head dedicates maiden Test hundred to mentor Phillip HughesAn emotional Travis Head dedicated his maiden Test hundred to Phillip Hughes who was tragically killed after being hit on the back of his head by a ball during a Sheffield Shield game back in 2014. Head made 161 on Day 1 of the second Test against Sri Lanka as Australia posted 384/4 at stumps.advertisement India Today Web Desk CanberraFebruary 1, 2019UPDATED: February 1, 2019 18:51 IST Travis Head scored 161 as Australia reached 384-4 at stumps on Day 1 (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSTravis Head dedicated his maiden Test hundred to Phillip HughesHughes was Head’s mentor and teammate before his tragic deathHead and Joe Burns forged a mammoth fourth-wicket 308-run standTravis Head scored his maiden Test century in the second and final Test against Sri Lanka at the Manuka Oval in Canberra on Friday.Head along with Joe Burns stitched together a 308-run partnership for the fourth wicket as Australia reached 384 for 4 at the close of play on the first day.As he reached the milestone, Head looked up to the sky and smiled. Head was very close with former Australian Test opener Phillip Hughes, who tragically passed away in 2014 after a bouncer struck him on the head during a first-class match.Head eventually was dismissed for 161 and looked assured during his stay at the crease and hit 21 fours and a six in his 204-ball knock, before becoming Fernando’s third victim.Take a bow, @travishead34! #AUSvSL | @Domaincomau pic.twitter.com/PFysppBh2kcricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) February 1, 2019When he was asked about his celebration he said: “Yeah [I dedicated it to] a few, but Hughesy as well, a little bit emotional to be honest,” Head told SEN Radio as he broke down into tears.”It was a little bit about trying to get the momentum back, it was a little like last week where we lost quick wickets and were a little bit under the pump, it was trying to get that momentum back. Last week I started my innings really well, left the ball really well, just tried to get that momentum back and get it to swing back our way. I felt like Burnsy and I were able to do that again,” Head, who scored 84 in Australia’s win in Brisbane over Sri Lanka last week, said.advertisement”To go out there and continue from last week, personally and as a team we put ourselves in a great position to get hundreds and weren’t able to, that was the disappointing part, but it was really good today to get out there, and once we got our chance, to make it massive,” Head added.Burns, who hit 26 fours in his unfinished 243-ball knock of a career-best 172, said that after he saw Head’s emotional state on reaching his hundred, all he wanted to do was offer his team-mate a long, strong hug to mark the moment.”It’s one of those innings today that’ll get him started in his Test career, get that first one out of the way and open the floodgates,” Burns said at the press conference at the end of the day’s play.”He was very emotional for his first hundred, out in the middle you don’t ask how someone’s feeling [but] I was just over the moon for him,” Burns said. “To see a bloke, the hard work he’s done all summer and for a number of years playing against him, you knew how good a player he was.”It’s one of those innings today that’ll get him started in his Test career, get that first one out of the way and open the floodgates. I just wanted to hug him as hard as I could for as long as I could and just keep batting with him. It was really enjoyable,” Burns added.For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Tags :Follow Travis HeadFollow maiden Test hundredFollow Phillip HughesFollow 2nd testFollow Day 1Follow Australia vs Sri Lankalast_img read more

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World Cup 2019: India won’t underestimate Rashid Khan, says Vijay Shankar

first_img Next Reuters SouthamptonJune 22, 2019UPDATED: June 22, 2019 09:40 IST World Cup 2019: Rashid Khan gave away 110 runs in 9 overs vs England earlier this week (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSIndia take on Afghanistan in Southampton on June 22All eyes on Rashid Khan after the Afghan spinner leaked aplenty vs EnglandHe’s definitely one of the best bowlers right now in limited overs: Shankar on Rashid KhanIndia is not underestimating the threat Rashid Khan poses even after he was mauled by England in his previous outing, all-rounder Vijay Shankar said ahead of Saturday’s World Cup match against Afghanistan.Rashid returned 9-0-110-0, the worst bowling figures in World Cup history, against England after home captain Eoin Morgan clobbered him for seven sixes at Old Trafford.Every day is different, and every wicket is different. You cannot take things for granted, all-rounder Shankar told reporters at the Hampshire Bowl on Friday.Tomorrow might be a completely different scenario where we’ll have to target him, or we might have to play off. So it is just about adapting ourselves to different situations as quickly as we can.Most of the Indian batsmen are comfortable against the turning ball and will hope to dominate the spin-heavy Afghan attack led by leg-spinner Rashid.Shankar, who shares the Sunrisers Hyderabad dressing room with Rashid in the Indian Premier League, said he had tried to read the wily 20-year-old spinner at nets.”He’s definitely one of the best bowlers right now in limited overs, and he has done well,” Shankar said about the poster boy of Afghan cricket, who tops the list of T20 bowlers and is ranked third in the ODI list.”Having played with him for a couple of years, it’s very important for me to pick things from him like whenever I bat against him in the nets, I try and pick his variations. He’s a good bowler. Anyone can go for runs any day. It is about how we come back strong. So for me, it is about how I play against him tomorrow. That will be the key.”advertisementShankar was picked to bat at number four but Hardik Pandya’s better ball-striking ability earned him a promotion against Pakistan.Shankar denied feeling under pressure to match Pandya’s power-hitting.”The pressure will always be to deliver whatever the situation demands. So it’s not about how powerful,” he said.”I’ve also played down the order. I’ve also got runs playing at number six or seven. It’s not about taking that extra pressure. It’s about taking extra responsibility and delivering it at the right time for the team.”Shankar made a memorable World Cup debut against Pakistan, claiming the first of his two wickets with his maiden delivery and scoring 15 not out.”The best is yet to come,” said the Tamil Nadu player.”The last game gave me some confidence, and especially playing against Pakistan, making my debut against them,” he said.”I always look to get better in all three aspects of the game as I know I can keep getting better. I know I can bowl a lot better than what I am bowling even now, so I’m just working on my bowling.”Also Read | World Cup 2019: Afghanistan, battered by 5 defeats, take on clinical IndiaAlso Read | World Cup 2019: India won’t relax against Afghanistan, says Harbhajan SinghAlso SeeFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow World Cup 2019Follow Afghanistan vs EnglandFollow Rashid KhanFollow Vijay Shankar World Cup 2019: India won’t underestimate Rashid Khan, says Vijay ShankarVijay Shankar, ahead of World Cup 2019 clash against Afghanistan, said India will not underestimate the threat Rashid Khan poses even though he was thrashed by England in his previous outing.advertisementlast_img read more

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Bourbon and Blood: 10 Questions with Wild Turkey’s Bruce Russell

first_imgWhen it comes to bourbon families, not many are more storied than the Russells and Wild Turkey. Bourbon wasn’t always as popular as it is today and, for a time, almost went away. Jimmy Russell, who founded Wild Turkey, is one of the men responsible for making sure it didn’t. His son, Eddie, also helped drive those efforts, working by his father’s side for many years to keep the bourbon tradition alive. For the past seven years, third-generation Bruce Russell has been hard at work, following in both his father and grandfather’s footsteps. We sat down with Bruce to talk family, bourbon, and what it’s like to work for and with two major forces in the bourbon world.What is your current role at Wild Turkey?I am currently the national brand ambassador for Wild Turkey and Russell’s Reserve. I’ve been working for Wild Turkey for seven years, or since I was 21.What’s your earliest memory of bourbon?I remember smelling my Dad’s bourbon as a very young child and the talks we would have about the family business. The way he talked about the whiskey he made let me know it was something special.Can you talk about what it’s like to grow up in a bourbon family? Did you always know you were going to work for the company or was it left up to you? If it was, did you always want to?It was like growing up in any small town family. There was just a lot more whiskey around our house than most others I would guess. My dad just happened to make whiskey, but I definitely spent a lot of time at the distillery.I didn’t always know I would be in the business, and it was always left up to me. Growing up, the bourbon industry was not doing as well as it is now. There was a time when I thought about doing something else, but after working at the distillery when I turned 21, I knew it’s where I wanted to be.Working for your father is one thing, working for your father and grandfather is another. What has it been like to work for both? How are Jimmy and Eddie different to work for? Do you identify with a work style of one over the other? Why?It’s honestly been amazing getting to work with both. I’m very close with both my father and grandfather, so it is nice to see another side of them at work. Jimmy is very old school and likes to do everything by taste, smell, and feel. He’s a lot more methodical in the way he approaches things. Dad is someone who likes to get things done and is much more of an experimental person than my grandfather. I’m very proud of some of the innovative, award-winning whiskies dad has put out in the past couple of years – like our limited-edition Wild Turkey Diamond Anniversary, Reserve 1998, and Master’s Keep Decades.I would say I identify a little with both. I am definitely someone who likes to experiment and tinker with the norm like Dad. However, I tend to like the same maturation style and methodical approach as my Grandfather. Jimmy and I have more similar palates than me and Dad.Do you need to separate Eddie the father from Eddie the employer? Absolutely not, and I don’t see how anyone could ever do that. Eddie is my father and that’s part of who he is to me at home or at work. It helps our work relationship a lot because I know he is always going to be honest with me. We are close enough that we will tell each other if we think an idea or a whiskey is great or terrible.What’s the hardest thing about working for family? Does the fact that it is the Russell family—one so important to bourbon—make it any different?I do think there are certain expectations or pressures that comes along with being in such an influential bourbon family. I think it’s different because I’m expected to be the same type of person as Dad or Granddad, to carry on our tradition. It’s a blessing in my eyes though. I take a lot of pride in what my family does. My personality is pretty close to Jimmy’s, and my ideas about whiskey are similar to Dad’s, so it works out pretty well.What are some important lessons you’ve learned from each? How do you use these lessons in what you do?From Jimmy, I learn to always be true to yourself and stick by your values. He continued to make pre-Prohibition style bourbon for decades when there was less demand than there is today and it’s helped the industry reach new heights. It’s been helpful in finding my own voice and staying true to our family’s core values, and not being someone who just reads off a script.From Dad, I continue to learn that hard work and perseverance pays off. Like me, he started on the ground floor of the distillery and worked his way up to being a Master Distiller. It taught me that I should give maximum effort and bring news ideas, as long as we’re always paying respect to our time-honored traditions.How has your relationship with your father and grandfather changed over time as you’ve worked for WT?It’s changed a lot. I have become much closer with both during my time at Wild Turkey. At home, they are both quiet and stoic Southern men. But at work, and on the road, there’s a completely different side to them. It’s nice to be able to share that part of their lives, and we have a much stronger bond because of it. They are not only my father and grandfather, but are now also some of my best friends.How do you plan to pass these lessons and values on to the next generations that will come after you at WT?I plan to lead by example because that’s how I learned from my father and grandfather. They talk more about general life lessons than ‘work stuff’, or you might catch us all picking on each other when we are at the distillery. In any case, it’s always been about watching what they do and how they do it, and hopefully the next generation will continue to learn from the exemplary examples they’ve put forth.Finally, what’s one fun story you have of working with your dad?The most fun we have at work is when we hide out in Warehouse A. When work gets slow then we sometimes sneak away to the oldest warehouse on the property to drink out of some of our favorite barrels. It’s for quality control only; I promise. Besides that, the most fun we have is getting to hang out and shoot the breeze with the union guys/gals. These are people that Granddad, Dad, and I all grew up around so they know us as well as anyone. Zach Klein Is the Reason We’re All Obsessed with Cabin Porn On the Road with Mikah Meyer, the First Person to Visit Every National Park Site in One Trip Editors’ Recommendations The Absolute Best Rye Whiskey Brands for Under $50 NASCAR Driver Brad Keselowski on Crashing, Winning, and Creating a Legacy Should Bars Be Kid and Dog-Friendly? We Asked the Expertslast_img read more

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