By LESLEY GRAHAMThe Ocean City High School boys soccer program continued its winning ways Tuesday afternoon, defeating visiting Wildwood Catholic, 9-0.This was the second meeting between the two teams this season, both won by Ocean City. The Red Raiders are now in the back half of the season. The win improves Ocean City to 5-0, while Wildwood Catholic drops to 1-4.All nine scores were tallied by different Red Raider players, showcasing their depth of offensive firepower. All but one of the goals was assisted on the afternoon as well, highlighting the unselfish play that took center stage Tuesday.Two Red Raiders led the way with a goal and two assists – Reed Lindsay and Ben Steiger. Teammate Armando Martinez added three assists.Both teams battle for the ball.Ocean City dominated the majority of the possession time, limiting the shot opportunities for the Crusaders.“It was a good team win today,” Ocean City head coach Aaron Bogushefsky said.The field conditions were less than ideal, with players slipping in the mud and the ball seemingly struggling to find the feet of both teams. But the Red Raiders did not let that stop them. They stepped up their communication and continued to find the opportunity to make plays.Ocean City was also able to utilize a lot of its bench, making the win a total team effort.“It’s good to see a lot of the new guys get more time, having the opportunity to prove themselves,” Bogushefsky said.Kai Lindsay (5) looks to move the ball to teammate Wade Hudak. Both freshmen started for the Red Raiders.The Red Raiders have a short turnaround, with a makeup game scheduled for Thursday against Lower Cape May.“We are really looking to keep it rolling. The short turnaround time is more reminiscent of a normal season where you play three times a week, so this is a good challenge,” Bogushefsky noted of the coronavirus-shortened schedule this year.The Red Raiders are prepared to take on the challenges that still face them this season, he added.“No matter who we play or when, we have to be able to step up to any challenge that comes our way,” Bogushefsky said.Ocean City readies itself for a corner kick from the Crusaders. Ocean City’s Lambros Koutsfetsoulis dribbles his way through the Wildwood Catholic defenders.
The Ibrox club will also make use of the Government’s job retention scheme to ensure other employees receive their full wages. The players and coaching staff are reported to be taking only half of their salaries for three months but will be reimbursed once football resumes following the suspension amid the coronavirus pandemic. A club statement read: “Rangers can confirm that first-team players, manager, coaches and executive directors have volunteered to take a salary deferral for the next three months. “Senior players and staff were keen to ensure that no Rangers employee suffered financial hardship during this crisis. “All parties volunteered and wholeheartedly agreed to defer wages to ensure that fellow colleagues could continue to be paid their salaries in full. “We are proud of the leadership and responsibility taken by senior members of staff, and acknowledge the positive impact that this will have on everyone at Rangers. “We are resolved that the integrity of the club is maintained as we continue our focus on ensuring the financial stability of the business. “Due to the extraordinary challenges from the ongoing crisis, Rangers intends to implement the coronavirus job retention scheme for a number of employees. “Rangers will ensure that everyone furloughed under this government scheme will receive 100 per cent salary through ‘top up’ assistance from the club with all other conditions and benefits remaining unchanged.” Skipper James Tavernier added: “I want to place on record our appreciation to every single member of staff for their determination and resolve during these unprecedented events. I’m very proud of the reaction of everyone at Rangers to the challenge we face throughout the UK and beyond. “As a team, we were adamant that we work together to do all we can to secure the future of the football club. We are also acutely aware of the livelihoods and wellbeing of our staff. “In reality, it was an easy decision for players and senior staff. Now is the time to work with unity of purpose, as the Rangers family, to ensure that everyone works together to maintain our institution. Today has made me proud to be Rangers captain.” Meanwhile, Rangers boss Steven Gerrard’s former club Liverpool have performed a U-turn by ditching their plans to use the government’s furlough scheme for its employees. read also:Defoe backs Gerrard to become top manager The move drew widespread criticism, but amid news that Manchester United had assured employees they would not be furloughed, Liverpool have released a statement to reverse their decision. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Rangers have confirmed that a decision has been reached for their squad, coaching staff and directors to take wage deferrals – and it was voluntary. Loading… Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoArtist Got Bored With Quarantine & Painted Flowers All Over WallsHere Are The Top 10 Tiniest Mobile Phones On The Planet!6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better20 Interesting Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About SiberiaInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?This Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical