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Lewandowski slept with Ushatata – Gol

first_imgStar Robert Lewandowski received a special award from Bayern – a chance to sleep with the Champions League Cup.In the morning, the Polish terminator posted a photo of his hotel room in Lisbon, which became a hit on social networks. At the same time, Filipe Coutinho admitted that he played his last match for Bayern. “I’m going back to Barcelona,” the Brazilian striker wrote on Facebook.Coutinho was on loan for one season, but the Bavarians did not activate the buyout clause for 120 million euros. Barça have to pay another 5 million euros to Liverpool, the former Brazilian team. This is a clause if Coutinho becomes European champion.last_img read more

Moving Equines – Brexit Q&A

first_img Moving Equines – Brexit Q&A 25 September 2019, 16:39 2 October 2019, 13:13 ‘No-Deal’ Brexit Information Evening Tags: brexit, equine, gov.uk, transportation Related news stories Home  »  Brexit  »  Moving Equines – Brexit Q&A With regard to Brexit and the transportation of Equines, please find below a link to updated Question and Answers (Q&A) on the gov.uk website.https://www.daera-ni.gov.uk/equine-moving-equines-brexit-qaShould you have any further queries please forward to niequinestakeholder@daera-ni.gov.uk.last_img read more

Messi Sparkles In Barca Comeback Win Over Real Betis

first_imgLionel Messi produced a hat-trick of assists as Barcelona pulled off a gutsy 3-2 win at Real Betis after trailing twice in an enthralling match in La Liga on Sunday, finally giving the Catalans something to celebrate after a week of upheaval. Clement Lenglet headed home the decisive goal in the 72nd minute from a Messi free kick, earning second-placed Barca a first away win in the league in four matches and cutting the deficit behind leaders Real Madrid back to three points.French defender Lenglet was then sent off for two bookings, moments after Betis’ Nabil Fekir had been dismissed for earning two yellow cards in the space of a minute.Barca coach Quique Setien was making his first appearance back at Betis since being sacked by the Seville club last May and desperately needed a victory after Real had beaten Osasuna 4-1 earlier in the day.But the visitors got off to a terrible start when Sergio Canales gave Betis the lead in the sixth minute from the penalty spot after a VAR review showed Lenglet had handled the ball.Dutch midfielder Frenkie de Jong promptly equalised with the help of a lofted pass from Messi but Barca soon found themselves on the back foot again when Betis restored their lead with a strike from World Cup-winning forward Fekir in the 26th minute.Messi proved pivotal in the Catalans levelling right before halftime, delivering a free kick into the path of Sergio Busquets who converted from close range.The Argentine was also able to pick out Lenglet for the winning strike, setting up a goal for the fifth time in three games.The topsy-turvy encounter was a fitting end to a dramatic week for Barca in which Ousmane Dembele sustained a serious injury, Messi lashed out at sporting director Eric Abidal and the team lost 1-0 at Athletic Bilbao to exit the Copa del Rey.“This is a hugely significant win for us because Betis are a great team and were being roared on by their fans at home,” Barca coach Setien told a news conference.“This is a very important victory because it keeps us near the top of the table and it will give us a huge psychological boost.”Barca, who hired Setien last month after sacking Ernesto Valverde, had not won away from home in the league since beating Atletico Madrid on 1 December and were smarting from a recent defeat at Valencia as well as the last-gasp loss in the Cup to Bilbao.Relatedlast_img read more

UCL: Lyon Shock Manchester City To Make Semifinals

first_imgMoussa Dembele came off the bench to score twice as Lyon stunned tournament favourites Manchester City in the Champions League quarterfinals in Lisbon.Lyon, who finished seventh in Ligue 1, will face Bayern Munich on Wednesday.The defeat leaves City’s European ambitions in tatters and Pep Guardiola licking his wounds once more after getting dumped by an unfancied side in the knockout stages for the umpteenth time.After an outlay of nearly a billion pounds in player recruitment, the Spaniard who lifted this trophy twice with Barcelona has now failed to go past the last 8 in each of his four seasons at the Etihad. Indeed, he’s yet make a final since his last victory in 2010.City were firm favourites to make the last four but Lyon buoyed by their impressive win against Juventus in the last round approached the game without fear denying City time and space to settle into their familiar routine of mesmerizing passes and were dangerous on the counter.Lyon went ahead in the 24th minute with City nemesis Maxwel Cornet scoring a third goal in as many appearances against the English side curling a loose ball past Ederson, but Kevin de Bruyne levelled for City with a smart finish in the 69th minute.Substitute Dembele capitalised on City’s high line to latch on to a long ball to put Lyon ahead eleven minutes from time although replays suggested he had committed a foul in the lead up to the goal.Prior to Dembele’s goal, City striker Gabriel Jesus had missed a chance to put the English side ahead and it proved to be a theme of their night as the scenario repeated itself and they paid dearly for their profligacy.City poured forward in search of the equaliser and it appeared they had it but Raheem Sterling somehow managed to miss the gaping goal from six yards sending his finish over the top of an open goal from Jesus’ pass.Sterling’s atrocious miss proved to be hugely expensive as moments later Dembele put the game beyond Guardiola’s side when he tapped home his second and Lyon’s third goal after Ederson fumbled from Houssem Aouar’s routine shot. RelatedDenayer Leaves Manchester City For Lyon In €10m DealAugust 21, 2018In “England”City Ace Zinchenko Disowns Wife’s Criticism Of Guardiola For Lyon UCL LossAugust 24, 2020In “England”Lyon Secure Reo Griffiths Transfer From Tottenham HotspurAugust 2, 2018In “England”last_img read more

Esports investments, mergers, and acquisitions in January 2020

first_imgAs the esports industry continues to grow, so does the interest in owning a piece of the pie. Celebrities and venture capitalists are investing millions of pounds, companies are merging together to consolidate, and acquisitions are becoming pretty common, too.To make things easier, Esports Insider has brought together the major investments, mergers, and acquisitions of January 2020.Betfred co-founder backs esports publication GGIntelPhoto credit: GGIntelFred Done, co-founder of bookmaker Betfred, invested in Manchester-based esports publication GGIntel.Financial details of Done’s investment have not been disclosed at the time of writing.Read the full article here.Midnite raises over $2.5 million in seed roundPhoto credit: MidniteEsports betting platform Midnite announced the closure of its seed funding round that saw it raise over $2.5 million (£1.9 million).The round was led by Makers Fund, a venture capital firm that focuses on the “global interactive entertainment industry.”Read the full article here.LGD Gaming and BGoose invest £8.8M to enter King Pro LeagueLogo credit: LGD GamingChinese organisation LGD Gaming and esports agency BGoose Culture purchased a franchise spot in Honor of Kings’ professional league King Pro League (KPL).After LGD Gaming and BGoose Culture acquired a roster from Team Hope, they spent 80 million RMB (£8.8 million) to purchase the franchise spot in KPL and jointly form LGD.BGoose.Read the full article here.Allied Esports to receive $5M investment from Brookfield Property PartnersImage credit: Allied EsportsEsports entertainment company Allied Esports is set to receive a $5 million (£3.84 million) investment from real estate company Brookfield Property Partners.The investment will assist Allied Esports in bringing its esports venue concept to malls and retail destinations.Read the full article here.New Wave Esports looks to acquire Activate EntertainmentLogo credits: New Wave Esports, Activate EntertainmentEsports investment company New Wave Esports entered into a non-binding letter of intent with creative management and production services company Activate Entertainment.The terms of the letter of intent would see New Wave Esports wholly acquire Activate Entertainment for membership units totaling $1,000,000 (£767,968).Read the full article here.Nordic Entertainment Group becomes joint owner of eSuperligaPhoto credit: eSuperligaStreaming company Nordic Entertainment Group has become a joint owner of Danish FIFA competition, eSuperliga, for an undisclosed fee.It has also acquired the media rights to the tournament across the Nordic region, covering Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.Read the full article here.Subscribe to ESI on YouTubelast_img read more

Gyan picks top SWAG awards

first_imgBlack Stars and Sunderland striker Asamoah Gyan has been adjudged the Sports Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG) Sports Personality of the year, 2010.He also picked up the Association’s Footballer of year to crown a glorious 2010 season which saw him lead the Black Stars to their first ever Nation’s Cup silver medal in 18 years and an historic quarter final berth for the Black Stars in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.The two awards are his first since he last won an award in 2003.Speaking to the media after a colourful ceremony illuminated by his admirable dance steps and the famous African Girl song, which he performed with Castro, the Sunderland striker could not hide his joy.He said the award will spur him on to greater feats in the future, stating he will not be “swollen headed by the award.”The Black Stars was also adjudged the team of the year with its ex-skipper Stephen Appiah decorated with a special award for his dedication and valour for the Black Stars. Other outstanding Sports Personalities were duly awarded for their immense contribution to the development of Ghana through Sports.Mumuni Abubakri of New Edubiase beat challenges from Ahmed Toure of Kotoko and New Edubiase’s Emmanuel Clottey to win the premiership player of the year.last_img read more

Madrid’s Diarra resumes training ahead of Real Sociedad clash

first_imgReal Madrid have received some positive news in the build-up to Saturday’s La Liga match against Real Sociedad as Lassana Diarra has shrugged off a muscular problem and could feature at Anoeta.The Frenchman sustained an injury to the right femoral biceps in Madrid’s 4-1 Primera Division win over Real Betis on October 15 and has been out of action since.Diarra consequently missed the Champions League win over Olympique Lyonnais and the league victories against Malaga and Villarreal.However, Los Blancos have now announced on their official website that Diarra has resumed regular training and is in contention to feature against Sociedad.Saturday’s match at Anoeta kicks off at 22:00 CET.last_img read more

“I want you to die”: Check out the trailer for third and final season of Netflix’s series ‘Marvel’s Jessica Jones’

first_imgDavid Giesbrecht/Netflix(LOS ANGELES) — Netflix has just released the trailer for the third and final season of its acclaimed drama Marvel’s Jessica Jones. Once again, Krysten Ritter is back as the super-powered private eye, but this time she is facing off against a murderous genius.“He’s smarter than both of us combined,” Ritter as Jessica tells Rachael Taylor, who is back as Jessica’s best friend, Trish Walker. A defiant Trish replies, “I don’t know about that.”We can also see in the coming attraction that Trish, as in the comics, has completed her transformation into her costumed vigilante alter-ego Hellcat.  Carrie-Anne Moss is also back for the third season as high-powered attorney Jeri Hogarth.The series can be streamed on Netflix starting June 14.Copyright © 2016, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Van Straten’s 100th IMCA Stock Car career win proves just as exciting as his first one

first_imgIMCA Sunoco Stock Car career wins number one and 100, and a lot of them in between, came at Shawano Speedway for Travis Van Straten. (Photo by A and H Photos)HORTONVILLE, Wis. – Travis Van Straten remembered the excitement that surrounded his first feature win as an IMCA Sunoco Stock Car rookie in 2001.It was just as exciting to return to Shawano Speedway to get his career 100th victory in the division on July 29.“I knew going into the class that it would be tough to win one, let alone 100 features,” he said. “I was very excited and surprised when I won the first time. My oldest son was just three months old when I won my first feature and I remember the trophy was bigger than he was.”Thirty-four of his feature wins came during Van Straten’s national championship season in 2015. He averaged 25 wins a season while compiling seven track and two Allstar Performance State titles from 2014 to 2016.“I feel very blessed have to have accomplished everything I’ve been able to. I’ve had good cars and a lot of good people helping me,” he added. “I am very thankful for all the help I’ve gotten along the way, especially from my wife Gina and sons Trevor and Trey. None of this would have been possible without them.”He’s also thankful he didn’t get stuck on career win number 99 for too long.Van Straten came into the season a dozen shy of triple digit wins. After plugging away through some new car issues, he won on back-to-back nights at Oshkosh SpeedZone Raceway and Shawano to reach the century mark.Jeremy Christians made the Friday race close; a late re-start opened the door for Van Straten the next night at Shawano so he could start prepping for the barrage of What did it take to become the 21st driver in division history with 100 wins? questions.“I have had good, consistent cars every night out for a long time. I’ve got a new car this year that I’m working the bugs out of and there was a winless couple of weeks while we were trying out some new setups,” he explained.“We had taken a family vacation to an amusement park in Ohio,” continued Van Straten (also noting that he preferred going fast around a dirt track to the ups and downs of a roller coaster). “On the way home my wife suggested getting the old car out and maybe getting to 100 sooner. It’s a 2013 Wolfe Chassis, the same car Brandon Czarapata won Super Nationals and a national championship with.”Van Straten has stepped away from the sport for several seasons to devote more time to home and family. He won 23 Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod features before returning to the Class Too Tough To Tame.“Feature wins are getting harder to come by. Every track around here has so many good drivers,” Van Straten said.last_img read more

Triple bundles of twin joy

first_imgBy ANEEKA SIMONIS IT’S not often multiple sets of twins are born at a time in St John of God…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img