He added: “We are very unusual with the amount of internationals we have and to have 13 players leaving the club makes things very difficult from a physical point of view. “And because of that reason we couldn’t be our normal selves in possession. I don’t think we were stylish as we normally are, but what we showed is an incredible character. Every player found a way to help the team to keep Norwich very quiet.” It was a sixth goal in six games for Kone, but Norwich boss Chris Hughton felt they shot themselves in the foot after Wes Hoolahan gave the ball away in midfield, while Lee Camp might have done better at his near post. “With us having been so solid, I couldn’t see that goal happening,” said Hughton. “For me, it’s a soft goal. We lost the ball in the middle of the park and one good strike saw them get the goal they needed.” Hughton was frustrated his side ended up with nothing, saying: “When you go away from home sometimes you have to hold your hand up if you’ve been beaten and beaten well but I don’t think anybody seeing the game today would think that. “We certainly deserved a draw and then it’s just going to be about those moments. They had it and we didn’t. “But I thought for an away team we had good periods of the game where we had good control but it’s one moment that’s beaten us. It’s very disappointing.” Arouna Kone grabbed the only goal of the game in the 81st minute to secure two notable firsts, with Wigan managing their first ever league win over Norwich and also their first success of the season following an international break. Martinez said: “Before the game I knew it was going to be a really tricky fixture. First because we’ve never managed to win a game after an international break.” Wigan boss Roberto Martinez declared Saturday’s 1-0 victory over Norwich their most pleasing display of the season. Press Association
Macau student killed by junket van RelatedPosts APE launches 2019 gaming internship program alongside University of Macau One of Macau’s foremost gaming academics, Desmond Lam is a Professor in International Integrated Resort Management (IIRM) at the University of Macau. He chairs the international accreditation (AACSB) committee and is in charge of the postgraduate programs (MSc and PhD) in IIRM.Desmond is a life member of Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, and the recipient of several research as well as industry awards including Clare Hall Cambridge Fellowship and “Emerging Leader” trophy at the 2016 Asia Gaming Awards. Galaxy expands its Japan-Macau Integrated Resort Management Mentorship Scheme Load More Desmond has studied and written extensively on gaming-related issues, Chinese in particular. These are featured in premier trade publications like Global Gaming Business, Infinity Gaming Magazine and Inside Asian Gaming as well as in scholarly journals like Annals of Tourism Research, International Journal of Hospitality Management, Journal of Gambling Studies, Journal of Business Research and Marketing Letters. He is also author of the book Chopsticks and Gambling (published by Routledge), which examines the little-known world of Chinese gambling from historical, cultural, psychological and social perspectives.Desmond has been a judge for the International Gaming Awards since 2008, a selection panel member for Inside Asian Gaming’s prestigious Asian Gaming Power 50, an academic affairs advisor to the Macau Gaming Management Association since 2012, an editorial board member for the Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management and an invited speaker to numerous conferences and executive seminars. He is also active in consulting projects and has done work for the Macau government as well as integrated resorts.