UCL: Henderson, Robertson boost for Liverpool against Atletico Madrid

first_img Promoted Content6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Great Ancient Mysteries That Make China Worth Visiting8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes6 Best Movie Cars You Could Own But Probably Can’t AffordPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiArchaeologists Still Have No Explanation For These Discoveries “What I hear, it should be possible [for both to return against Atletico],” Klopp told the press after the Bournemouth victory. “Robbo should not be a problem; he only missed [Saturday] pretty much. “He finished the session [on Friday] and afterwards felt something, but it was then nothing in the end. “[Henderson] was out, I don’t know exactly in this moment, but I think he will train [on Sunday].Advertisement Jurgen Klopp has indicated that he expects Jordan Henderson and Andrew Robertson to be at his disposal for Liverpool’s Champions League second leg against Atletico Madrid. Both players missed Liverpool’s 2-1 win over Bournemouth on Saturday, but they may return to action for Wednesday’s last-16 tie with Los Rojiblancos. Loading… Read Also: La Liga: Atletico draw with Sevilla ahead of Liverpool showdown “If that looks good, I have to make a decision. “For sure [it will be good to have him back] and some others as well.” Meanwhile, Alisson Becker is not expected to make the squad for the midweek encounter due to a hip injury. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Esther M. Lows Washnock

first_imgEsther M. Lows Washnock 88, of Milan, Indiana passed away Tuesday September 13, 2016 at Margaret Mary Health in Batesville. Esther was born Thursday October 27, 1927 in Aurora, Indiana the daughter of Edward and Lulu (Cosby) Baer.  She married Calvin Lows April 24, 1948 and he preceded her in death December 5, 1996.Esther was a member of Hope Baptist Church.  She enjoyed working on the farm, mowing grass, canning, camping and dancing, but her big passion was her church and her family.Esther is survived by sons: Marvin Lows and Alvin Dale Lows; Daughters: Beverly Seevers and Susan Skirvin. Sister: Barbara Johnson; 4 Grandchildren, many Great- Grandchildren and several Great-Great Grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, 4 brothers and 2 sisters.Graveside service will be Thursday September 15, 2016; 12PM at Hogan Hill Cemetery 13298 North Hogan Road Aurora, IN 47001 with Pastor Tom Holt officiating.  Memorials may be made to Ripley Crossing or Hope Baptist Church. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home, Milan entrusted with arrangements.last_img read more

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James D. Vines August 3, 1935 – August 1, 2020

first_imgJames “Jim” D. Vines, age 84, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family in his Harrison, Ohio home on Saturday, August 1, 2020. He was born on August 3, 1935 in Portsmouth, Ohio the son of James and Alma (Gordon) Vines.A 1953 graduate of Harrison High School, Jim served the US Navy aboard the U.S.S. Saratoga, married Patricia Grubbs on June 14, 1963 in Columbus, Ohio. He was the head of the Dairy Department at the IGA in Harrison, Ross and Brookville for many years retiring at the age of 80. Jim loved animals, an avid sports fanatic, and was a member of St. John United Church of Christ, American Legion Post #199, Harrison VFW #7570 and Harrison Moose Lodge #2633.Survived by his beloved wife Patty, his son Sam (Kim) Donohew and daughter Sandy (Sam) White. Grandfather of Josh (Misty) Vogt, Sammi White, Chris Donohew, Ashley Donohew and Ryan White. Great grandfather to Aubrey, Avery, Adrain, Remmington, Bryson, Noah and Peter.Preceded in death by his parents James and Alma Vines and his son Russell “Duffy” Donohew.A Celebration of Jim’s Life will be held Saturday August 15, 2020 from 10:00 A.M. until time of service at 12:00 P.M. at Jackman Hensley Funeral Home 215 Broadway St. Harrison, Ohio 45030 with military honors provided by the United States Navy and the Harrison Honor Guard.Memorials may be directed to Hospice of Cincinnati c/o the funeral home.last_img read more

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World Champs: Elaine Thompson pulls out of 200m

first_imgRelatedPosts World Championships: Chippers wins Women’s 200m final World Championships: Bowie snatches Women 100m gold Bolt set for World Championship  Elaine Thompson has pulled out of the women’s 200m at the 17th IAAF World Championships, Doha 2019.Thompson, according to information reaching Trackalerts.com, pulled out because of Achilles tendon problem.MVP, Thompson’s club, in a Twitter post only said: “The health and welfare of our athletes are among the primary considerations in determining whether or not they compete. Long term view.”After the 100m final, Thompson, who finished 4th in 10.93s, said: “I felt great during the warm-up, but when I went out there, the body wasn’t firing.”Asked about the problem she had with her Achilles tendon over the years, Thompson was quick to say she won’t blame her fourth-place finish on that.“It was acting up before I came here, but I didn’t put it on my brain.“I have days when I come to the track I can dearly sprint. Pushing off the track is very painful for me, and I think the last three days it was really tender pushing off the track,” she explained then.On Monday, after the 200m first round, Thompson said: “I am confident, even though last night I was disappointed.”Asked about the first-round performance, she said: “A little bit tired from last night. I left the doping control at 3:30 am, so I didn’t get much sleep.“I just used the round to get to the semi-finals and then take it from there.”Tags: Elaine Thompsonlast_img read more

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Spanish FA wins scheduling battle, ready to yield ground for season completion

first_imgThe Spanish football federation will allow matches to be played every day of the week in spite of winning a legal battle with La Liga over scheduling.This is in order to complete the season after a three-month shutdown due to the new coronavirus pandemic A commercial court on Tuesday rejected La Liga’s lawsuit against the federation.RFEF had last year ruled that league matches could only be scheduled on weekends so as to protect the interests of match-going supporters.The federation on Wednesday welcomed the judge’s decision.But it said it would not stand in the way if the league wished to schedule matches on every day of the week.The federation said this was in order to finish the current season as quickly as possible. RFEF president Luis Rubiales and La Liga chief Javier Tebas are sworn enemies.But both men last month committed to working together to overcome the crisis caused by the pandemic following a meeting with sports minister Irene Lozano at the Viana Palace.“The federation wishes to show its utmost satisfaction with the sentence passed by the judge today, which rejects La Liga’s suit and declares that matches on Fridays and Mondays require the federation’s approval,” RFEF said in a statement.“However, the federation wishes to show its goodwill and will do its part to facilitate the season being completed without any problems, upholding the spirit of harmony it committed to at the Viana Palace.“That is why it is offering La Liga the chance to hold games on Fridays and Mondays once this season restarts until it finishes, without asking for anything in return.” There are 11 rounds of matches remaining in the top-flight season.The season is set to resume on June 11 after being suspended indefinitely on March 12 due to the pandemic, although fixtures have not yet been confirmed.La Liga said it respected the sentence but disagreed with it and was planning an appeal.“La Liga’s importance to this country should be remembered, as this is an industry worth 1.37 percent of the annual GDP and generates 185,000 jobs and 4.1 billion euros (4.51 billion dollars) in tax revenue,” a league statement indicated.RelatedPosts Bale completes Tottenham return from Real Madrid Live stream Premier League, La Liga, Serie A on Showmax Pro this weekend Premier League, La Liga back on DStv, GOtv “The current predicament caused by COVID-19 and resolutions of this nature endanger an industry which is hugely important to society.”Reuters/NAN.Tags: La LigaRFEFSeason completionSpanish FAlast_img read more

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Martinez: Eto’o may move on

first_imgEverton manager Roberto Martinez has hinted that striker Samuel Eto’o could be on the verge of leaving Goodison Park. Martinez confirmed that the former Barcelona forward, who missed the Toffees’ penalty shootout defeat at West Ham in the FA Cup on Tuesday, has been the subject of interest from two unnamed clubs. Eto’o only signed a two-year contract with Everton in August and has found the back of the net four times for the Toffees since then but has often found himself playing in a number 10 role and even out wide. “With Samuel, we have a really good relationship and we are looking at his situation,” Martinez said in the wake of Everton’s 9-8 shootout defeat at the Boleyn Ground where the match ended 2-2 after extra-time. “We had a couple of clubs contact us in the last 12 hours so I decided it was better now to leave him out of the squad and allow us a different focus in the group. “We will decide (in the) next few days the next step. He’s been fantastic for us, we’ve got a really good relationship and we will see what’s (the) next best step for both (parties).” If the former Cameroon international does leave Merseyside for pastures new his brace at Burnley in October will undoubtedly be the highlight of his time with the Blues. The 33-year-old’s glancing header opened the scoring and then he capped off a fine display with a superb strike from 25 yards as the Toffees won 3-1 at Turf Moor. When asked if Eto’o has played his last game for the Toffees, Martinez added: “No, I wouldn’t say that.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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Cricket News One Bangalore Blasters Player, Batting Coach Arrested In Karnataka Premier League Match-Fixing Probe

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Bangalore Blasters bowling coach Vinu Prasad and batsman Vishwanathan have been arrested in the ongoing probe into match-fixing during the Karnataka Premier League. The arrests come as the probe into match-fixing in the recent Karnataka Premier League Twenty20 tournament widens. The Central Crime Branch (CCB) in Bangalore arrested the two persons after revelations that the duo were accused of fixing the match between Bangalore Blasters and Belagavi Panthers. A quote by Joint Commissioner of Police (JCP) Sandeep Patil said, “The accused batted slowly for which he got Rs 5 lakh. Few bookies are involved and they will also be arrested,” Patil said. The CCB are further probing the case for more details as the match-fixing scandal in the Karnataka Premier League continues to grow deeper.The developments come after the CCB had arrested one person after an FIR was registered against two bookies. Bhavesh Bafna was one of the persons arrested while Sanyam was absconding. It was reported that the duo had approached the Ballary Tuskers and they had requested one bowler to concede more than 10 runs per over but the bowler refused. In this scandal, the police had arrested Belagavi Panthers’ owner Ali for allegedly placing bets with a bookie based in Dubai.The Karnataka Premier League had witnessed a new world record when at the M Chinnaswamy stadium, there was a dream all-round performance in a Twenty20 match in recent times. The game between Bellary Tuskers and Shimoga Lions, Rajasthan Royals all-rounder Krishnappa Gowtham blasted an unbeaten 134* and contributed 66 percent of Bellary’s total of 203/3. Gowtham came back and decimated the Shimoga batting line-up to take 8/15 in four overs to help Bellary Tuskers beat Shimoga Lions by 70 runs courtesy the VJD method. Gowtham’s all-round show was simply sensational and it broke plenty of world records.Also Read | 134 runs, 8/15 in a Twenty20 – Krishnappa Gowtham becomes one-man demolition army in Karnataka Premier League T20The Hubli Tigers were crowned the 2019 Karnataka Premier League champions as they defeated Ballari Tuskers by eight runs to win the tournament at the SDNR Wadiyar stadium. Devdutt Padikkal (68) and CM Gautam (29) had kept Ballari Tuskers in the game with a fifty and a solid partnership and but superb bowling from the pacers Abhilash Shetty (3/34) and Aditya Somanna (3/24) helped them lift the crown. It was a great final for Somanna, who top scored for Hubli with 47. Hubli Tigers were led by former India player R Vinay Kumar.last_img read more

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8th annual Osmond Cummimgs Memorial football extravaganza on Sunday

first_imgCOME Sunday, the 8th annual Osmond Cummings Memorial football extravaganza will be staged at the Silvertown All Stars ground.The annual event is organised by the Botofago Football Club and sponsored by the Cummings Family out of New York,This has been a yearly combination of specially arranged football competitions in honour of Osmond Cummings, who was a prominent football player of Botofago and at one time its president, before he passed away.His brother Nigel ‘Mice’ Cummings and the rest of the Cummings family have set out to recognise his contribution to football in the area where they grew up before migrating and as such are determined to let his memory live on.In light of this ‘Mice’ Cummings who was inspired by his late brother and played for Botofago his entire career as well as for the senior national team is back in Guyana with his family for this special occasion.Four teams will be contesting an Under-15 tournament with hosts Botofago. Rickland Hutson Leadership Academy, Eagles United and a representative team from Buxton will engage each other for the top honours.There will be a female exhibition game between the Botofago team and a rest of Linden side while the big clash of the day is between the Botofago Under-23 taking on the Capital FC from 16:00hrs.The Under-15 tournament will start things rolling from 10:00hrs and the female exhibition game will commence at 14:00hrs, to be followed by the Botofago versus Capital FC Under-23 clash.There will be other attractions at the venue which is behind the Wismar Post Office. Admission is free. (Joe Chapman)last_img read more

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High school football preview: Altmar-Parish-Williamstown

first_imgStanard: “Lot of outside runs. Everybody’s gonna try to get to that edge with their speedy guy because of less players.” Altmar-Parish-Williamstown struggled late in games during the 2017 season. They didn’t have depth. By the season finale, the Rebels dressed just 20 players. That was “the writing on the wall” to move from 11-man to eight-man football this season, A-P-W head coach Scott Stanard said. After a 2-6 season, the Rebels hope their added depth allows them to keep up.Here’s The Daily Orange’s preview of Altmar-Parish-Williamstown’s first season in eight-man football. 2017 record: 2-6 (in 11-man football, now transitioning to eight-man)Head Coach: Scott Stanard, entering fourth season as head coachDriving distance from SU: 32.6 milesAdvertisementThis is placeholder textNotable returners:Jonathan Comstock, QB, 6’1”, 185 lbs; 2017 stats: 546 yards passing, eight passing TDs, one rushing TDKody Roe, LB, 5’10”, 190 lbs; 2017 stats: 73 total tackles, 51 solo, 9 tackles per gameOpening game: Sept. 14 at Tupper Lake High SchoolKey Storylines:The transition from 11-man football to the eight-man gameMaintaining fitness late in games with more backups relative to years past since less players will be on the fieldWhat they’re saying:Head coach Scott Stanard: “With the returning kids that we have, with our core coming back, we’re pretty excited about getting to compete with schools that are our size. We’re hoping each week that we can come out and put on a show and have some fun.” Stanard: “I can’t say whether we’re gonna come in and win a bunch or be worried that we’re gonna lose. I think it just gives us a much better level playing field going up against teams that we know are pretty much the same caliber as we are.” Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Comments QB Jonathan Comstock: “I think it’ll be a little different for us since we haven’t played eight-man football in a game setting before. But after the first game, I feel like we’ll shake all those jitters out, and we’ll know what we’re doing.” Published on August 17, 2018 at 12:45 pm Contact Billy: wmheyen@syr.edu | @Wheyen3last_img read more

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Nomination deadline draws near for expanded SBC Awards

first_imgShare Nominations have been flying in for this year’s SBC Awards, sponsored by OPTIMA, which takes place on Tuesday 5 December at the stunning Artillery Garden in central London.The fourth edition of this event, designed to recognise excellence across the sports betting industry, will be centred around the presentation of 11 Operator/Affiliate awards and 17 Supplier awards. The process of determining the prize winners is well underway with a nomination phase set to close on Friday 29 September. As the deadline moves closer, all companies looking to place themselves in the running for one or more of the 28 awards have been encouraged to act now by submitting their nominations HERE.The Operator/Affiliate Awards will then be put to a vote between anyone that attended this year’s Betting on Football and Betting on Sports conferences, while nominees for the Supplier Awards will be carefully assessed by a hand-picked panel of experts.The esteemed judging panel at #sbcawards2017 already includes James Woods, Head of Performance Marketing for bet365, BetBright CEO Marcus Brennan and Marcos Oliveira, Chief Affiliate Officer for Clever Advertising Group, with more additions to be confirmed in the next few weeks.Jacob Lopez Curciel, CEO for headline sponsor OPTIMA, commented: “We are very proud to be the headline sponsor for the SBC Awards 2017. The event comes as a great time, as we are celebrating the opening of a window for new online licence applications in Spain that will enable new online operators to work with OPTIMA to gain access to the market. This is something we are very much looking forward to celebrating with the entire gaming industry.”Meanwhile, SBC will once again be recognising those who have made a huge contribution to the industry by inducting three new members into an SBC Sports Betting Hall of Fame that already includes Sportradar’s Carsten Koerl, FSB Technology’s Mark Blandford and Howard Chisholm, the long-term Managing Director at Chisholm Bookmakers.Blandford said: “Given that so many elements of the sports betting value chain come into consideration for this awards ceremony, I was extremely humbled to be recognised for my contribution to the industry. I am looking forward to attending the Artillery Garden on 5 December to welcome the newest additions to the SBC Sports Betting Hall of Fame and to celebrate with the prize winners for 2017.”To submit your nomination, please click HERE.Anyone wishing to book a table to celebrate an outstanding year for the sports betting industry, email sales@sbcnews.co.uk for more information.To enquire about sponsorship opportunities at the event, please also contact us on sales@sbcnews.co.uk. David Lampitt, Sportradar: F1 presents betting’s most sizeable opportunity August 14, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Related Articles Submit Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 Sportradar combats social media abuse with player protection solution August 17, 2020last_img read more

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