first_imgThe pop-up channels will equally provide a telescopic view into the legacy of the FIFA World Cup, from short stories like Africa Odyssey, that focuses on the spectacular rise of African football on the World Cup stage, to longer length documentaries likeFutebol Arte that follows the narrative of the 1982 FIFA World Cup, when Brazil’s legendary team failed to win the title despite capturing the hearts of fans worldwide.Chief Executive of SuperSport, Gideon Khobane, said thursday: “I can say without fear of contradiction that the FIFA World Cup is perhaps the one sport event that locks in every nation on earth. With a storied history and great highlights, it lends itself to television broadcasts in every way. This pop-up channel signals SuperSport’s bold intention to help fans connect with greatness long before the 2018 edition begins – we hope they enjoy it as it’s only available on DStv and GOtv.”There will also be opportunities for football fans to relive some of their favourite games with highlights from previous World Cups, past international friendlies and some riveting replays of World Cup qualifiers.Content available on the channels also include Die Mannschaft, a documentary that charts the success of the German national team at the 2014 FIFA World Cup; The Road to Maracana, Top 20 FIFA World Cup Moments, FIFA World Cup Films -1966 – 2002, Brasil, a look back at the 2014 FIFA World Cup; and FIFA Gold Stars.SS14 is available on all DStv packages until Monday June 11 and GOtv Plus and Max till June 11.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram SuperSport pop-up channel for the World Cup, last week, launched on SS14, giving DStv customers the opportunity to ‘Connect with Greatness’ ahead of the tournament kick-off on 15 June.This week, starting from Wednesday, April 25, GOtv Plus and Max customers can also get in on the action, as the pop-up channel (GOtv channel 36) goes live.The channel offers an assortment of content, including great legacy footage of players, highlights, documentaries, FIFA films, classic matches and interviews.last_img read more

first_img Comments QB Nick Ransom: “A lot of the summer has mostly been learning the new offense. He’s been teaching us very well each little detail about the offense … Last year was more just run. This year is triple option with a little passing involved, so it’s different for us … The whole game you’re making decisions to either keep it or run it or pass it.” Published on August 29, 2018 at 9:24 pm Contact Billy: wmheyen@syr.edu | @Wheyen3 Facebook Twitter Google+ TE/DE Slade Springer: “We know how to play in the big games. Hopefully, we just have to close out games and move on.”center_img Central Square entered last season’s Section III Class AA playoffs with one loss and as the No. 2 seed. But a late Liverpool touchdown upset the Redhawks in the first round to end its season earlier than anticipated. But Central Square has changed significantly since last year. New head coach Kevin Kalfass comes over after being offensive coordinator at Jamesville-DeWitt. The Redhawks dropped down in classification to Class A, meaning instead of being one of its class’ smaller schools, they’ll be one of its biggest. And Kalfass brings with him a triple option scheme that the players are excited about.Here’s The Daily Orange’s preview of Central Square football for 2018. 2017 record: 6-2Head coach: Kevin Kalfass; first season as head coachAdvertisementThis is placeholder textDriving distance from SU: 20.8 milesPlayers from last year’s team who graduated: Seventeen, including second all-time leading Central Square rusher Jamie BattagliaNotable returners:Senior QB/LB Nick Ransom: 510 rushing yards in 2017Senior TE/DE Slade Springer: 23.5 tackles for loss in Central Square careerOpening game: Saturday, Sept. 1 against Chenango Forks in the Carrier Dome at 8 p.m.Key storylines:Kevin Kalfass takes over as head coach after being offensive coordinator at Jamesville-DeWittThe installation of the triple option offense under KalfassCentral Square’s drop into Class A after being upset in the first round of last season’s Class AA tournamentWhat they’re saying:Head coach Kevin Kalfass: “The seniors lead. The underclassmen follow. They worked really hard in the weight room this summer. We’re ready to go and we’re all excited at Central Square.” S Zach Havens: “New offense is outstanding. It seems to work really well with the personnel we have on this team. And it’s gonna do good things for us this year.”last_img read more

first_imgHemery beat Nigerian Sylvester Emmanuel 7-6 (4), 3-0. Emmanuel retired in the second set of the match. Top seed in the women’s singles, Mendez Seone from Austria beat Swedish Fanny Ostlund in straight sets of 6-2,6-2. South African teenager, Kruger Isabella defeated Tunisian Chiraz Bechri 6-4, 7-5.In other results, France’s Setodji Thomas defeated Nigerian Abayomi Oluseyi Phillips 6-2, 6-4. Osewa Michael Oluwatosin lost 3-6, 1-6 to French Meraut Tristani. Nigerian Ronke Akingbade was defeated by Nastja Kolar from Slovenia1-6, 0-6. Runner up in the women’s singles final in the first leg, Brazilian Laura Pigossi won her match against Anette Munozova of Sweden 6-4,6-0.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Barakat Oyinlomo Quadre Two Nigerian players survived first round scare when the main draws of the second leg of 2019 Lagos Open Tennis served off on Wednesday at the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Onikan.Barakat Oyinlomo Quadre was too much for her opponent from Denmark, Dasam Divine Nweke, who she beat in straight sets of 6-0,6-0 to qualify for the second round in the women’s singles. Also Blessing Samuel made it to the second round after she beat compatriot Muhammed Jumai in another straight sets of 6-2, 6-1.Meanwhile, 20-year-old Aziz Ouakaa made a surprised performance on Day One of the Main draws as he stopped opponent from Ukraine, in a three sets thrilling game. Quakaa, a first timer in the Lagos Open Tennis defeated tournament’s 7th seed, Eric Vanshelbosim 5-7,6-3,6-3. Nigerian Joseph Imeh Ubon could not complete his match against top seed in the men’s singles, Tunisian Mausouri Skander as the game was stopped 3-0 in the first set.Zimbabwe’s Garanganga Takanyi had a smooth ride over Nigeria Paul Emmanuelin a game that ended 6-1,6-3. Seventh seed Camry Hemery from France, who was the champion of the first leg, won his first round game yesterday.last_img read more

first_img Related Articles Jason Ader – No Boogeyman… Activism will play a vital part in reshaping gambling August 20, 2020 Submit Spotlight ups matchday commentary reach and capacity for new EPL Season  August 21, 2020 StumbleUpon World Cup winner Robert Pires has pledged to provide bwin with a “new perspective that the fans can enjoy” after being appointed as a brand ambassador for the European sportsbook.In the newly created position, the Frenchman will engage with bwin customers across France and the UK. A key part of his role will see him produce and feature in a series of short films looking at a variety of sporting challenges.The films will be promoted across bwin’s websites and social media channels along with the opportunity for fans to take part in competitions with exclusive prizes, starting on Sunday 11 June.Having won the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 with France, as well as playing a starring role in Arsenal’s ‘Invincible’ campaign of 2004, Pires is well placed to share his experiences with bwin fans, who will also benefit from his extensive knowledge with expert tips for the biggest sporting events.Adam Lewis, bwin chief marketing officer, said: “This is a marquee signing for bwin. Robert Pires is a footballing legend who was not only one of the most technically gifted players in the world but a proven natural born winner, who has picked up trophies and personal awards wherever he has played. We are really excited to be working with him and can’t wait to get started producing unique and insightful content to share with our customers.”Pires commented: “I’m really looking forward to working with bwin. They share my passion for football and live and breathe sports just as I do. I think together we will make some really great content which will hopefully give a new perspective that the fans can enjoy.” Share Share Premier League looks to broadcast every behind-closed-door fixture August 28, 2020last_img read more

first_imgThe four African representatives for the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015 learnt their fate on Monday, 23 March 2015 following the draw conducted in Dakar, Senegal With the xception of African champions, Nigeria, the three other representatives, Senegal, Ghana and Mali had to wait for the draw to know their groups.Ghana’s Black Satellites were drawn in Group B alongside Argentina, Panama and Austria; ‘Les Lionceaux’ of Senegal in Group C with Qatar, Colombia and Portugal whilst the Eaglets of Mali will battle it with Mexico, Uruguay and Serbia in Group D.The Flying Eagles of Nigeria will contend with Brazil, Korea DPR and Hungary in Group E.The draw was conducted by Rhianon Martin, FIFA Senior Competitions Manager and assisted by Felipe Restrepo of the FIFA Competitions Division.The final tournament will be held from 30 May to 20 June 2015 in New Zealand.  Group BArgentinaPanamaGhana Austria Group CQatarColombia PortugalSenegal Group DMexico MaliUruguaySerbia Group E NigeriaBrazilKorea DPRHungarylast_img read more

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with Packers Lakers’ beat writer Mark Medina of the Southern California News Group discusses what the Lakers see in former UCLA guard Lonzo Ball, in preparation for the NBA Draft. Medina also talks about why D’Angelo Russell was traded, and if Lonzo’s father LaVar will be a thorn in the Lakers’ side. Video by Jonathan Khamis for SCNG.Viewing on a mobile device? Watch here.last_img read more

first_imgThe BiH national team player, Haris Medunjanin, signed a two-year contract for the Philadelphia Union, was confirmed by this team from the American MLS league.“We are very happy that we brought a player who is very good. We hope that he will bring the needed experience and quality to our team,” said the sports director of the Philadelphia Union, Earnie Stewart.To recall, Medunjanin has terminated his contract with Maccabi last year.He played 56 matches in Israeli team and scored six goals in all competitions.Haris Medunjanin, our midfielder, played for AZ Alkmaar, Sparta Rotterdam, Valladolid, Gaziantepspor, Deportivo and Maccabi Tel Aviv.(Source: klix)last_img read more

first_img Fifteen leading English amateurs will tee up alongside Ladies European Tour hopefuls next week when the WPGA International Challenge is played at Stoke by Nayland Golf Club, near Colchester. They include Meghan MacLaren, who scored the winning point for GB&I at this year’s Curtis Cup match. Also in the field is Olivia Winning who, with MacLaren, helped make England the 2016 European team champions. British stroke play champion Sophie Lamb and 14-year-old Lily May Humphreys – winner of a host of junior titles – are also included. Rebecca Hembrough, England Golf Women’s Performance Manager, said: “This is a wonderful opportunity for our players and I know they’re really looking forward to it.” The LET Access Series event, from 6-8 October, is the only one to be staged in the UK and it underlines LETAS’s commitment to providing an important link between elite amateur and professional golf. Di Barnard, tour director of the LET Access Series said: “Stoke by Nayland Hotel Golf & Spa is a first class venue and the Gainsborough course is a tremendous test of golf. “We look forward to visiting again this year and welcoming everyone to the tournament. The event receives great support from the PGA and England Golf and is a very important playing opportunity for the players, both for the elite amateurs and the professionals, many of whom are just starting out in their careers There is a lot at stake because the 54-hole Challenge counts towards the LET Access Series order of merit and the top five players will earn cards on the Ladies European Tour for 2017. The England amateur players: Sophie Lamb (Clitheroe, Lancashire) is the British women’s stroke play champion and helped England take fifth place at the World Girls’ Championship (image © Leaderboard Photography). Georgia Price (Bude and North Cornwall) was runner-up in the English stroke play and third in the British stroke play. Gemma Clews (Delamere Forest, Cheshire) is an England international and played at the World Team Championship. Lianna Bailey (Kirby Muxloe, Leicestershire) was fourth in the Welsh stroke play and seventh in the English women’s amateur. Sammie Giles (St Mellion, Cornwall), has won all the English women’s titles and is currently the amateur champion. Olivia Winning (Rotherham, Yorkshire) is the Scottish stroke play champion and a member of England’s winning European championship team. Cloe Frankish (Chart Hills, Kent) is the English girls’ champion and the runner up in the English women’s match play. Bel Wardle (Prestbury, Cheshire) was the runner-up in the British girls’ championship and was eighth individually when representing England at the World Girls’ Championship. Ebonie Lewis (Knowle, Gloucestershire) was third in the English women’s stroke play and helped Gloucestershire win English Women’s County Finals. Georgina Blackman (Chelmsford, Essex) was a semi-finalist in the English women’s matchplay and has had a string of high results in top scratch events. Meghan MacLaren (Wellingborough, Northamptonshire) holed the winning putt in this year’s Curtis Cup match and helped England win the European team championship. Lily May Humphreys (Channels, Essex) has won the 2016 English U16 girls’ title, the Fairhaven Trophies, the North of England U16 championship and was third in the European Young Masters. Bethan Popel (Long Ashton, Gloucestershire) has represented England and helped Gloucestershire win the 2016 Women’s County Finals. Inci Mehmet (Royal Mid-Surrey) has helped England win women’s and girls’ Home Internationals and was eighth in the 2016 British stroke play Sharna Dutrieux (Wrotham Heath, Kent) is an England girl international, tied 12th in the British stroke play and had top four finishes in three prestigious scratch events. Click here for more information 1 Oct 2016 Leading amateurs target LETAS Challenge last_img read more

first_imgAs paradoxical as Barça’s fastest player this 2019-20 seems, is Carles Pérez. The current footballer of Roma registered 34.67 km / h and leads the culé club’s table of sprinters. But they follow closely: Braithwaite 34.6 km / h, Dembelé 34.6 km / h, Semedo 34.5 km / h and Piqué 34.1 km / h. The case of the Danish striker is curious, but he achieved this mark when he played for Leganés and had more space behind him.The milestone of Carles Pérez would have been a trend in the previous campaign since he would have surpassed Christopher Ramos (the fastest in 2018-19) with 33.7 km / h. Instead, Fede Valverde (35.1), Pedrosa (35.1), Óscar (35), Hernani (35) and Alex Moreno Braithwaite, Canales, Ferran and Llorente are now behind with 34.9. PARKER & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>FOOTBALL 19/20PARKER (DAILY AS) Pérez’s farewell to Barça was complex and, possibly, unexpected at the beginning of the season. “He is screwed, but very screwed”, said a person from his environment to AS in late January. His goodbye was a jug of cold water for the youth squad. “If I decided on Roma it is because I want to grow here, to be important for Roma. Barcelona is my past and Rome is my present. I signed four and a half years and my idea is to stay”, the player himself recognized the day of your presentation.The truth is that his baggage in the first team was at least positive: 11 games with 2 goals and two assists. High figures for a youth squad who was facing his first campaign with ‘the older ones’. In Italy he already enjoys his new challenge (where he scored in the Europa League), but having left a current record at the club that saw him grow.last_img read more

first_imgDrinking alcohol and experiments usually do not go hand in hand.Tomorrow however, three participants, Brent Hodson from The Northeast News, Kimberley Molina from Moose FM and Russell Eggleston from Northern Groove, will take place in a drinking experiment.- Advertisement -From 3-6 p.m. at J.D. Fitzgerald’s Pub, the control group will be forced to consume one alcoholic beverage every 15 minutes, in order to record the affects of alcohol on an individual. After each drink, the participants will be subjected to a breathalyzer and a series of tests by an RCMP officer, measuring their blood alcohol level.The experiment, created by the local RCMP, is to showcase how alcohol effects everyone differently with regards to blood alcohol levels.The experiment stemmed from growing concerns regarding the stricter drinking and driving laws being enforced in B.C.Police want to showcase that there still is a safe level of alcohol the public can consume which depends on the individual person, not the amount of liquor.Advertisement The entire event will be broadcast live on the Moose, so tune in, get informed and have a laugh at some other peoples’ expense.last_img read more