Third Ward City Councilman Jody Levchuk is pictured with his daughters, Leni and Jordyn, and wife, Jill. (Photo courtesy Jody Levchuk Facebook page) By DONALD WITTKOWSKIOcean City residents Saturday urged newly elected Councilman Jody Levchuk to help ease flooding in their neighborhoods, repair deteriorated roads and to preserve a large tract of land in the midsection of town for open space.Levchuk, who was sworn in July 1 as the new Third Ward councilman, held a Zoom and teleconference meeting with residents to formally introduce himself and to listen to any concerns or suggestions from the public.In opening remarks, he told residents not to hesitate to call or email him or to stop by his house or his Boardwalk businesses to speak with him in person. His contact information is listed under the “City Council” tab on the city’s municipal website at ocnj.us.“I have an open door policy,” Levchuk said.Along with Ocean City’s three other ward councilmen, Levchuk plans to hold a series of meetings in coming months to speak with constituents in an open forum. His first meeting Saturday was held remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic.After some early technical glitches with the meeting’s audio feed, Levchuk spoke of his background growing up in Ocean City, his love for the beach town, his family’s ownership of the Jilly’s Boardwalk businesses and his plan to hit the ground running as a new councilman.“I have a lot of things on my mind and a lot of things I want to accomplish in the next four years,” he said.The Third Ward represented by Levchuk stretches from the south side of 12th Street to the north side of 26th Street, a diverse area that includes residential neighborhoods, commercial areas and a large section of the Boardwalk.In the heart of the Third Ward is a full block of vacant property that runs along Haven and Simpson avenues between 16th and 17th streets next to the Ocean City Community Center.Formerly the site of the Perry-Egan car dealership, the city has been trying to acquire the property from the private owners to preserve it as open space instead of seeing it developed for housing.Prompted by a question from a resident about the site, Levchuk made it clear that “the last thing” he wants to see is the property turned into a housing project.He said he supports the city’s efforts to preserve it for open space. The strategically located parcel would help to create a corridor of public land stretching from 15th to 20th streets. It would connect the city’s Emil Palmer Park, the Community Center and other public facilities within the five-block area.The proposed housing site at 16th Street and Simpson Avenue is being sought by the city for open space.The city has voted to condemn the site and plans to seize it through its power of eminent domain. It has offered the owners just over $6.5 million for the land, but the final price is expected to be decided by the courts.Expressing confidence that the city will acquire the site, Levchuk indicated that it is just a matter of time before the price is worked out.“It just seems that everything is moving in the right direction,” he said.Other topics raised by residents during the ward meeting included flooding, the condition of some of the city’s streets, overbuilding in residential areas and concerns whether sediment buildup in the lagoons may be caused by the construction of a protective rock wall near a neighboring small island.Most of the concerns focused on flooding throughout the city. One resident, Warren Reiner, of 100 W. 17th Street, said he has been appealing to the city for eight years to solve flooding in his neighborhood.“It makes it impossible to get to or from our home,” Reiner told Levchuk of the flooding.Levchuk noted that he has been speaking with an Ocean City flooding committee about ways to mitigate stormwater.“I’m definitely on top of it,” he said.Another resident, Kathi Dwyer, of 2004 West Ave., complained that some of the streets in her neighborhood were in such “deplorable condition” that a woman fell down while walking along the road.“There are a lot of crevices and what not in the street,” Dwyer said.Flooding in Ocean City, seen here during the tropical storm on July 10, is a major concern of residents.Dwyer said she believes that neighborhood flooding has eroded the streets. She urged Levchuk to have the city repave the roads and alleys in her neighborhood.Levchuk told residents that he was taking notes and repeatedly assured them he would respond to their questions. They thanked him in return.To close the nearly hour-long meeting, Levchuk said he has been in almost daily contact with City Council President Bob Barr to discuss an array of city issues. He also thanked the members of Council for the warm reception he has received as a new member of the governing body.“I think we’re going to be a great team,” he said.
By Roberto López Dubois/Diálogo July 16, 2018 From June 5-9, 2018, Panama City hosted the Central American Regional Seminar on Countering Transnational Threat Networks. The event, sponsored by the William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies, convened 70 experts, including officers of the armed forces and police, as well as civilian professionals from 11 countries. Through a series of lectures and interactive sessions, participants examined the threats of terrorism, transnational organized crime, cybersecurity, natural disasters, and other issues. Experts from Belize, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, the United States, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, and Panama addressed strategies and policies to confront these challenges. “The seminar is important as a hub for the exchange of best practices, ideas that work, and didn’t work in the various member countries,” U.S. Army Lieutenant General (ret.) Frederick S. Rudesheim, director of the William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies, told Diálogo. “In this group of nations, we all can learn to fight against transnational threats.” Creating counterattack networks Transnational criminal networks represent one of the biggest challenges in Central America. Non-state actors, who are flexible and can adapt to changes, perpetrate crimes that affect the stability of the region. Cooperation among nations, intelligence exchange, and coordination of strategies to combat transnational organized crime are crucial. Identifying the leaders of criminal networks and disrupting their illicit activities—trafficking in drugs, weapons, and humans, among others—are tasks that should be conducted with a united front. Participants agreed unanimously. For Panamanian Minister of Public Security Alexis Bethancourt, who inaugurated the seminar, the solution rests on creating counterattack networks. “Countries have borders; organized crime doesn’t,” he told Diálogo. “Today, we take a look at these threats, we evaluate them, and we build networks to counter them.” Experts stressed the importance of interinstitutional and international collaboration to disrupt chains of command and production of organized crime. Most of all, participants emphasized, it’s necessary to build trust. “Trust is a factor that generates interagency collaboration, and distrust is an obstacle to cooperation,” said César Tapia Jiménez, coordinator of cooperation at the Mexican Ministry of National Defense. “Central American security can evolve toward expanded and collective security. This evolution can be achieved by fighting corruption and increasing trust among members, and by committing to providing resources to build a multidisciplinary task force that will act wherever the region requires it.” Regional narcotrafficking situation Due to its location, the central region of the Americas continues to be a bridge for the illicit transfer of drugs to the United States and Europe. As such, participants analyzed the situation at the seminar. Criminal organizations move drugs by land, air and sea—the Caribbean sea being among narcotraffickers’ favorite routes. “Our reality would be different if the cocaine route didn’t cross over our countries,” Tapia said. “Also, some things cannot be shown on a map, such as the population’s suffering under the threat of organized crime.” However, the fight strengthened in the Dominican Republic, said Dominican Army Colonel Raúl E. Mora Hernández, an event attendee. In 2017, Dominican authorities seized almost 16 tons of cocaine. In October 2017, the country launched the Empowered Society Reports application, which enables citizens to report illicit activities with their cell phones via text messages, photos, and videos. “The message is completely confidential and showed great results,” the officer said. “Sometimes not only programs, but also principles and values are important, because in our region we have too many drug breaches. Narcotrafficking gets into our lives; it buys us out, including the authorities. But most importantly, […] drugs are the enemies of the future and hope, and when we fight against them, we fight for the future.” For Commissioner Feliciano Benítez, Intelligence Chief of the National Border Service of Panama, criminal policies between countries must be more dynamic. “[Criminal] organizations not only use our countries to reach their markets, but also seek shelter,” Commissioner Benítez said. “Here [at the seminar], it’s not about seeking internal policies, but rather interstate policies.” Inclusive security Among other topics, participants of the seminar analyzed the threat of dissident groups of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, the new key actors of narcotrafficking and organized crime in Colombia. Participants also examined the mara and gang phenomena in Central America. In addition, experts discussed human trafficking for sexual and labor exploitation, and stressed the need to improve migration control technology. Another discussion that generated much interest was inclusive security for gender equality in military and civilian institutions. Carmen Armidis Castellanos, a Dominican human rights expert, praised the progress of military women of the region. The Dominican Armed Forces, she said, have more than 30 percent of women. “There is still a large gap [for] women, so they should keep striving,” Castellanos said. “Men should be understanding and tolerant, because it’s where they belong, not because they are women but because of their skills, empowerment, devotion, and dedication.” The seminar was positive, Lt. Gen. Rudesheim concluded. “Most importantly, we are strengthening communication networks not only between countries, but also among members, the people here [who] know and trust each other.”
The XFL is nearing the midway point of the season, but before we get there we must first get through Week 4’s games.On schedule for the first pair of Week 4 matchups are the L.A. Wildcats at N.Y. Guardians and Seattle Dragons at St. Louis BattleHawks . The Wildcats and Guardians are both standing at 1-2, but got there in different ways. The Wildcats lost their first two games, but pulled off a stunning upset over the Defenders in a 39-9 blowout last week. The Guardians looked like a tough defense in Week 1, but their offense has scored a combined nine points over their last two games. MORE XFL: Rules | Schedule | Uniforms | RostersThe second matchup of the day will take place in St. Louis, which had a remarkable opening weekend in Week 3. Nearly 30,000 fans showed up to support what appears to be the No. 2 team in the XFL so far. The BattleHawks have relied on a ground-and-pound style of offense, and so far it’s been dominant.As for the quarterbacks today, Josh Johnson will be leading the Wildcats. He missed Week 1 due to an injury, but the journeyman NFL QB has been one of the most efficient quarterbacks since returning. It’s not clear who will start for the Guardians. Matt McGloin has started every game so far, but he’s been inefficiant. His replacements would be Marquis Williams or Luis Perez .In the second matchup, we’ll see Brandon Silvers start for the Dragons. He’s shown some promise this year, but turnovers have been brutal. B.J. Daniels is the backup in Seattle, but he has yet to make a game appearance this season. The BattleHawks are led by Jordan Ta’amu , who didn’t have a great statistical performance in Week 3, but has been one of the league’s best at his position so far.We’ll be following all of the action from Saturday’s XFL games live below with scores, highlights and whatever relevant updates are needed.XFL NEWS:Full Week 4 scheduleWeek 4 odds, predictionsQ&A with commissioner Oliver LuckQuinton Flowers leaves VipersSaturday XFL scoresN.Y. Guardians 17, L.A. Wildcats 14St. Louis BattleHawks 23, Seattle Dragons 16Seattle Dragons at St. Louis BattleHawks: Score, highlightsFinal: BattleHawks 23, Dragons 16Recap: The St. Louis BattleHawks dominated the first half of this game, and did just enough in the second half to keep their lead. Quarterback Jordan Ta’amu put on a dominant performance, finishing 20-of-27 for 264 yards with a touchdown as a passer. As a runner, he finished with 15 carries for a team-high 64 yards. Matt Jones, who led the league in rushing leading into this game, couldn’t get going as he ran 15 times for 20 yards in this game. So St. Louis really needed Ta’amu to step up, and he did. As for the Dragons, they finally moved to backup quarterback B.J. Daniels and sparked some life into their offense. Daniels finished 5-of-10 for 100 yards and a touchdown as a passer. As a runner, he carried the ball seven times for 84 yards. He did throw a costly interception late in the game, though, which ended up sealing the deal. But the offense moved the ball down field a lot better than it did with Brandon Silvers at quarterback. It’ll be interesting to see if Seattle keeps with Daniels moving forward.7:32 p.m.: B.J. Daniels makes his fist mistake of the game, throwing an interception to Will Hill. A costly turnover at this stage of the game with under four minutes left.THIS IS A NO FLY ZONE! 🙅♂️🙅♂️ @WillThrill25 IS CLUTCH! 😤 #ForTheLoveOfFootball x #ClearedToEngage pic.twitter.com/9lglDwvUqR— St. Louis BattleHawks (@XFLBattleHawks) March 1, 20207:22 p.m.: BattleHawks add on a field goal. Kicker Taylor Russolino is now 3-of-3 on kicks tonight from 48 yards, 38 yards and 25 yards. BattleHawks 23, Dragons 16.7:13 p.m.: B.J. Daniels has completely changed this offense. He’s now led the Dragons to back-to-back scoring drives, this time scoring himself. He found tight end Evan Rodriguez in the end zone. For some reason, the Dragons attempted a 3-point play with the score 20-16. A 3-point play doesn’t really help them in this situation. A 1-point play would have made it a field goal game, and is much easier to convert. Still, Daniels has really helped change things around for the Dragons and has now made this a game. BattleHawks 20, Dragons 16.. @BJDANIELS10 to @ERod_Inc . Touchdown. #ForTheLoveOfFootball | #BreathingFire 🔥🐲 pic.twitter.com/12e6GyLNHe— Seattle Dragons (@XFLDragons) March 1, 20207:04 p.m.: BattleHawks add on a field goal. BattleHawks 20, Dragons 10.6:47 p.m.: B.J. Daniels has energized this offense, rushing for 55 yards on four carries in his first two drives. This helped lead the Dragons down to scoring position where Kenneth Farrow scored on a short goal line carry. Daniels kept the ball on the 1-point PAT and was able to score. BattleHawks 17, Dragons 10.TOUCHDOWN @XFLDragons @KennethMFarrow runs it in to give Seattle their first TD of the game 💪 pic.twitter.com/UF9sEz2gWp— XFL on FOX (@XFLonFOX) February 29, 20206:35 p.m.: Coming out of halftime, the Dragons finally took the advice I gave leading into the week and switched quarterbacks. B.J. Daniels has entered at quarterback as Brandon Silvers heads to the bench.Halftime: BattleHawks 17, Dragons 3Jordan Ta’amu has played extremely well as quarterback for the BattleHawks. He’s completed 11-of-16 passes for 127 yards with a touchdown, and on the ground he has six carries for 44 yards. The XFL doesn’t keep track of time of possession on its website, but just know that St. Louis has dominated in that category. Seattle’s offense has struggled to get anything going as quarterback Brandon Silvers is 4-of-10 for 27 yards. Expect the BattleHawks to run, run and run some more in the second half to help protect this lead.6:14 p.m.: The BattleHawks had a great play design on the 2-point try after, but receiver De’Mornay Pierson-El opted to throw the ball when he likely could have ran it in. The pass was fine, but his intended target dropped the pass in the endzone, so the point after attempt failed. BattleHawks 17, Dragons 3.”It’s alright, I know you want another completion but just run the ball in.” @XFLBattleHawks head coach Jonathan Hayes’ reaction after a missed PAT is everything 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/z0ssOrmt9P— XFL on FOX (@XFLonFOX) February 29, 20206:12 p.m.: Well it wasn’t pretty, but the St. Louis BattleHawks found the endzone again. This time it was a speed option play from Jordan Ta’amu to Keith Ford. Ford bobbled the toss on his way to the goal line, but was able to gain control and score. What a recovery by Ford 😱He runs it in to extend the @XFLBattleHawks lead in the first half pic.twitter.com/Xc0zvMegAr— XFL on FOX (@XFLonFOX) February 29, 20206:00 p.m.: I mentioned in my Week 4 previews that Seattle should switch quarterbacks. Starter Brandon Silvers has began the game 1-of-7 for nine yards. He hasn’t been benched yet, but at some point you’d think the Dragons would try to light a spark on offense.5:43 p.m.: Dragons add on a field goal. BattleHawks 11, Dragons 3.5:34 p.m.: BattleHawks add on a field goal. BattleHawks 11, Dragons 0 .5:20 p.m.: What a drive led by BattleHawks quarterback Jordan Ta’amu. He went 5-of-6 on the drive passing, including the final 27-yard touchdown to De’Mornay Pierson-El. He also ran the ball twice for 21 yards on that drive. He’s the definition of a dual threat quarterback as his great season continues. To cap things off, he even completed the 2-point try to Marcus Lucas. BattleHawks 8, Dragons 0.⚔️ @JTaamu10 finds @DontPunt_15 to give the @XFLBattleHawks the lead and St. Louis is PUMPED 🔥 pic.twitter.com/YmQWOTbVsF— XFL on FOX (@XFLonFOX) February 29, 2020L.A. Wildcats at N.Y. Guardians: Score, highlightsFinal: Guardians 17, Wildcats 14Recap: The Guardians turned to Luis Perez at quarterback this week with Matt McGloin sidelined due to injury, and he likely will be the starter moving forward. Perez finished 18-of-26 for 150 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions. But the real reason New York won was because of running back Darius Victor whor an 18 times for 82 yards. He also picked up a clutch first down late in the game that essentially made it impossible for the Wildcats to fulfill a comeback. Kicker Matthew McCrane deserves some credit as well, making all three of his field goals. Wildcats kicker Nick Novak went 0-for-2 on his kicks, so the kicking game ended up being crucial in this one. As for the Wildcats, Josh Johnson played well, finishing 25-of-40 for 330 yards and two touchdowns. He did have an interception, though. But L.A. was so reliant on Johnson that its rushing game was essentially nonexistent. The Guardians out-gained the Wildcats 122 to 40 on the ground. It’s also important to note the Wildcats were without two offensive playmakers in this one. Nelson Spruce, who was second in receiving yards heading into the game, was inactive due to injury. Tre McBride stepped up in his place, finishing 8-127-1 on 12 targets.4:36 p.m.: The Wildcats go for it on fourth down on their own 46-yard line, but were unable to pick it up. Critical play with just 2:42 remaining in the game. It’s not the end of the world for Los Angeles, especially with XFL rules under two minutes, but could end up being a huge play. Guardians 17, Wildcats 14.4:33 p.m.: Wildcats WR Tre McBride goes over 100 yards receiving in the game.4:24 p.m.: Nick Novak comes out to attempt a 44-yard field goal, but it is no good. He’s now missed two kicks on the day, with his other being blocked.4:23 p.m.: Wildcats receiver Tre McBride makes a ridiculous reception.My goodness Tre McBride WHAT A CATCH pic.twitter.com/NwsyRXBHbn— XFL on Sporting News (@sn_xfl) February 29, 20204:16 p.m.: Yet another field goal attempt from Matthew McCrane, and it’s good yet again. He’s now 3-for-3 on the day as the Guardians take a lead. Guardians 17, Wildcats 14 .3:54 p.m.: Josh Johnson gets touchdown No. 2., finding Saeed Blacknall on a 42-yard touchdown. And the Wildcats were able to convert their 2-point attempt to tie the game on a pass to Jordan Smallwood. Amazingly this was Blacknail’s first reception of the season, and it just so happened to be a long touchdown. Meanwhile, Johnson has been efficient, completing 15-of-22 passes for 195 yards and two touchdowns. Wildcats 14, Guardians 14.Josh Johnson with the 💣 and the game is TIED📺 ABC🖥 https://t.co/iqMWPR5nuH pic.twitter.com/sbqTMWIAQN— XFL (@xfl2020) February 29, 2020Halftime: Guardians 14, Wildcats 6Halftime summary: Both teams have played fairly well, especially the quarterbacks. But the Wildcats have struggled to find much going on the ground. The Guardians, meanwhile, have relied on Darius Victor for 44 yards through the first half. New York has finally found some success on offense as Luis Perez gets his first XFL start. I’ll be shocked if Perez isn’t still starting whenever Matt McGloin gets healthy.3:06 p.m.: Switching to Luis Perez appears to be working for New York. He’s now 12-of-16 for 126 yards, and just threw a touchdown pass to Mekale “Big Play” McKay. The Guardians put Marquise Williams in for the 2-point play after and converted on a QB draw. Seems like the Wildcats should have seen that coming considering it’s Williams’ specialty, but maybe he’s just that good. Guardians 14, Wildcats 6.Let @1_McKay_2 just go up and GET IT 👀Touchdown Guardians 🚨 #OnDuty | #ForTheLoveOfFootball pic.twitter.com/RLWMQHLD2o— New York Guardians (@XFLGuardians) February 29, 20202:45 p.m.: Matthew McCrane drills another field goal, this time from 23 yards out. Wildcats 6, Guardians 6. 2:28 p.m.: Josh Johnson finds Tre McBride wide open in the endzone for a touchdown. The Wildcats attempted a two point PAT play, but failed to convert. Wildcats 6, Guardians 3.Wildcats for 6!Josh Johnson to Tre McBride for the first touchdown of Week 4! 😤 pic.twitter.com/hC7v7SxS9B— XFL on FOX (@XFLonFOX) February 29, 20202:17: Guardians kicker Matthew McCrane nails a 51-yard field goal to take a 3-0 lead.2:08 p.m.: The Guardians have opted to go with Luis Perez as their starting quarterback this week. This is his first start in the new football league for Perez, who had some playing time in the AAF. It’s a surprising move considering Marquise Williams had been the backup all season. So Perez essentially goes from third string quarterback to starter. We’ll see if he can turn this Guardians offense around.
HARRY KANE accepts he must now become Captain Marvel for both England Spurs.Against Bulgaria at the Vasil Levski National Stadium tonight, there will potentially be a massive amount of pressure on Kane on and off the pitch.1 Harry Kane must now step up as captain of club and countryFirstly, Kane must help ensure his team overcomes the carcrash of Friday’s 2-1 loss to the Czech Republic in their sixth Group A game.The Three Lions skipper has spoken to the team following the abysmal performance in Prague. While Kane will be hoping the midfield give him far more ammunition than three nights ago.Yet at a venue which will be partially closed as punishment for racist home fans, Kane could also be forced to take a lead role in a situation which could see the players forced off the pitch.And if that is not enough, after England return home, Kane must focus on the implosion at Spurs while he will now take the armband after the injury to Hugo Lloris.Kane scored his 27th international goal from the penalty spot on Friday and it was his 20th as England captain – the same number as former skipper Alan Shearer and Bryan Robson.Another goal tonight will see Kane go past Shearer and Robson — although Vivian Woodward’s 23 goals as skipper up to 1911 is the national record.Passing that mark would be a small piece of history but Kane has his eyes on far bigger stuff at Euro2020.Accepting the pressure is definitely on, he said: “I kind of just take that responsibility. I have been doing it for a while now. It doesn’t help when you don’t win like the game on Friday night because it feels like you carry those losses with you and as players you want to win every game.“From my point of view, I’m with the captain role at England and take that responsibility on, obviously I will be captain at Spurs for however long Hugo is out.“But I have said before that my game doesn’t change, my personality doesn’t change. I am still the same person, I still try and lead by example on and off the pitch and I will continue to do that.“I have been in high pressure situations before in my career, whether that is going through goal droughts, playing in high-pressure games or not playing well as a team.ACCA WITH LADBROKES Pick up a whole load of acca features to help you land the big one“It is something I will take in my stride and improve on.“It is a long, old season for club and country ahead – a lot of games to be played so there are going to be tough periods. We are also in one now as a club. Hopefully we can win Monday night for England and that will put Friday night less impactful and then I will go back to Spurs and take that in my stride and see how that progresses.”While the defence was a shambles, it was also a tough night in Prague for Declan Rice, Mason Mount and Jadon Sancho.Confirming he spoke to them before the squad ended their three-night stay in the Czech Republic yesterday afternoon, Kane said: “The best way to do it with the young lads in the team is not to talk about individual performances but the group and players know when they have played well and when they haven’t.“For me, it has just been about keeping everyone’s energy high and not letting anybody get down on themselves and thinking it is the end of the world.“It was important to stay calm, the day after we all obviously knew it was a disappointing night, a night where we could definitely have been better than that.“But when you have got a game two days later you can’t dwell on that and bring negative energy in to the camp.”As for continuing his goals record while skipper, Kane added: “As one of the leaders in the team and as a striker, I want to score goals and help the team in that way. It has worked out pretty well since I have been captain. But it is not just me who has to lead, there are other players in the team that definitely do that.”You can only hope that we are talking about England moving a step closer to Euro2020 rather than more embarrassing behaviour from racist football supporters.Kane spoke at the team meeting a week ago when the players were told about the three-step protocol which could lead to the game being abandoned if there is sustained racism.He added: “I’d rather keep the meeting private. It was a conversation about the stuff that might happen here. It might not, as I said in there.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLSILVA’S GOLDEN GIRLModel Ines Tomaz has been helping Bernardo Silva through quarantineGossipCROWD RETURNFA Cup final ‘may see 20,000 at Wembley in trial allowing some fans at games’CommentPHIL THOMASDiving and whining was never a good look and will seem worse after lockdownExclusive’I’M IN A BAD WAY’Ex-England star Kenny Sansom talks for first time since being attackedExclusiveBOURNE AGAINHowe says Cherries are stronger after lockdown with FIVE fit-again starsExclusiveSWAN THAT GOT AWAYSwansea wanted £3m Davies three years ago but couldn’t get work permitNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticBAYERN 5 DUSSELDORF 0Lewa bags two as Bayern thump rivals to close on 8th straight titleTHEIR CALLReferees in Northern Ireland will be given choice on coming back says union bossHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spot“Hopefully it doesn’t and we get on with the game and we win it and everybody is happy.“There is a protocol that Uefa have put in place which as a captain I have a little bit of a responsibility in.“Nobody is expecting it to happen, we are focusing on the game. But we will cross that bridge if we come to it.”Harry Kane reacts to England’s 2-1 loss to Czech Republic in Euro 2020 qualifier