“We need to change the whole entire game plan.”Matt McGloin held nothing back during his halftime interview with his team down 12-0.pic.twitter.com/EO4afjlcMz— Sporting News (@sportingnews) February 15, 2020MORE: XFL Week 2: Live scores, highlights, results from second round of actionHe couldn’t have been much happier after his team’s first offensive outing out of halftime, either. New York Guardians quarterback Matt McGloin wasn’t happy with the way his team played in the first half against the DC Defenders on Saturday.The Guardians signal-caller — who last week completed 15 of 29 passes for 182 yards and a touchdown — gave a scathing review of his team right before halftime, saying his team needed to “change the entire game plan” after falling behind 12-0. He had, at the time, completed 5 of 13 passes for 32 yards and an interception. After three straight rushes to start the drive Guardians’ opening drive — all by Tim Cook III, who netted 19 yards — McGloin threw a bad interception to linebacker Jameer Thurman, who returned it 46 yards for a touchdown to make it 18-0 Guardians.🚨PICK SIX🚨@XFLDefenders LB Jameer Thurman just took Matt McGloin’s lunch all the way home 🍞🍞(via @ABCNetwork)Defenders lead 18-0#XFL | #DefendTheDMV pic.twitter.com/uPJGWnqoCV— XFL Moment (@XFLMoment) February 15, 2020Not a great look — or throw — for McGloin.Update: The Guardians benched McGloin in the fourth quarter. He finished the day completing 8 of 19 passes for 44 yards and two interceptions in the 27-0 loss.
Nuwoe A. D. Scott, COPPWIL’s vice president for political Affairs, said if for any reason political parties disagreed with this government, they should patiently wait for 2023 to unseat them through the ballot box.…Denounce freedom out of ‘ballot box’The Coalition of Political Parties Women in Liberia (COPPWIL) on Wednesday, December 4, 2019, distanced themselves from the December 30th “Weah Step Down Campaing.”The women denied being in support of the planned.COPPWIL described the removal of President George Weah through protest as illegal and unconstitutional adding that “we do not support any freedom that is out of the ballot box because it undermines the peace and security of our country.The women told reporters at a news conference in Monrovia that the country has had a long, dark past that its citizens do not wish to be repeated.The Council of Patriots (CoP), headed by Henry P. Costa, on November 11, 2019, communicated with Justice Minister Frank Musah Dean for protection to stage a protest requesting President Weah to step down because of a constitutional violation.Nuwoe A. D. Scott, COPPWIL’s vice president for political Affairs, said any reason for an individual to remove an elected government without going through the ballot process or legal means is a serious threat to the security.She said the removal of any government is not common but a process, the end of which no one can determine.“We as women in politics think that there is no reason why we should remain quiet on such issues that will affect our children,” Madam Scott said.She said while it is true that the government is faced with many challenges, which include the economy, they believe that the government should be given the chance to go through its six-year term.She said if for any reason political parties disagreed with this government, they should patiently wait for 2023 to unseat them through the ballot box.“We are victims in these processes that lead to violence,” Madam Scott said. “We are mothers, sisters, and we cannot sit back anymore and allow anybody to disturb our peace. There are some of our women who could not continue their education because the war took away their youthfulness and they became adults too early; so we are not ready to have instability now.”She said the illegal and unpatriotic removal of a sitting leader has never brought Liberia any positive results but division and hate.Scott urged Liberians to resolve their differences instead of creating a situation that will lead to instability of the state.She, however, called on women in politics and the private sector to distance themselves from this ‘unconstitutional protest.’Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)