Koke’s springKoke returned to Granada. Headline. And, voila, Atlético won again. It would already be a trend. If in his absence he staggered until the presence in the Champions positions, at this moment the Cholo team is again third. After Granada came Valencia, tie, and later Liverpool, the ‘coconut’ of Europe, the champion of the Champions, the Klopp team that had only lost two games in the season, and one played with his team C, and 1-0, victory rojiblanca, and then did Villarreal, the team with which Cholo has the worst winning percentage (33%) in the League behind Madrid (24%) and Barça (0%), and also wins. And Koke’s goal, the third of the season, but the first of his life that he can dedicate to his son, Leo. Life with Koke as pirate life, life better. The numbers are incontestable but even more so are the sensations. February Athletic has nothing to do with January. Then he chained a month without winning in the League, now zero losses in four games. A discharge changed everything. The one of Koke Resurrection (Madrid, 1992), the bracelet returned to its arm, the victory also to the Athletic one. The pitos that a part of the stands dedicated to him in September sound more like heresy. That’s why he always plays, what Simeone might say. There is no Atlético footballer who improves his teammates as the captain does.Koke was injured on December 22 in the match against Betis (1-2) and was also low in the next, before Levante (2-1). He forced himself to be in Arabia, the Spanish Super Cup, but could only play 27 minutes against Barcelona. There, clack, myotendious lesion, obligation to stop. How he lived the Super Cup derby from the stands, unable to help his teammates on the grass, while still getting up in his seat, going down to cheer on his teammates at the end of the 90’s, before the penalties, was another game within the match Then winter fell on Atlético. Cold winter, lead. Five games without the captain, four defeats. Madrid in the Super Cup, Eibar in Liga, Cultural in Copa and Madrid again in Liga. In between, Leganés, tie. Very cold winter.
After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk The games were held from November 30 to December 2 at Thanyapura Sports Complex in Phuket.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissKaya Futbol Club Elite Under-13 plays defending champions British International School (BIS) Cruzeiros in the finals of the 2018 Phuket Football Tournament in Thailand on December 2. Photo by Paco GuerreroThe team earlier beat the Cruzeiros in the group stage during the first two days of the meet but lost in a header goal off a corner kick in the finals.“I think our team did really well against a good academy that has a tie-up with a Brazilian club. I think we are on the right track to improve football in the Philippines,” Coach Thomas Pfyl said in a statement on Thursday. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew UP Strong: Packed venue gives Paul Desiderio dream ending to his UAAP career Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:36Panelo now believes Esperon on Duterte inclusion on NPA ‘kill list’02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award View comments ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia MOST READ LATEST STORIES Kaya Futbol Club Elite Under-13 plays defending champions British International School (BIS) Cruzeiros in the finals of the 2018 Phuket Football Tournament in Thailand on December 2. Photo by Paco Guerrero“We should not think we are behind among other countries in the region. We are as good as they are,” he added.Meanwhile, Kaya FC’s team captain, Enzo Courbet, was awarded Most Valuable Player in this year’s tournament.The Phuket Cup, an annual international football match, gathers high-level football players in Southeast Asia under the 13 and 15 age groups. /kgaADVERTISEMENT Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Kaya Futbol Club Elite Under-13 gets the silver in the 2018 Phuket Football Tournament in Thailand on December 2. Photo by Paco GuerreroMANILA, Philippines — The Kaya Futbol Club (FC) Elite Under-13 bagged silver during the recent Phuket Football Tournament in Thailand.Kaya FC, the only Filipino team in the tourney, lost 1-0 to defending champions British International School (BIS) Cruzeiros in the finals.ADVERTISEMENT Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom
Fifteen schools and science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) clubs were participants in this year’s National Robotic Exhibition on Saturday, and a number of innovative projects were on display at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.These clubs and other technological agencies across Guyana took the opportunity to showcase their robots which were built with a specific focus in mind: to eradicate some common problems in the environment and society.A robotic garbage collectorLeading the exhibition was Guyana’s very own STEM team, which served as a pilot for upcoming inventors to gauge their interests into effective robotic creations. These individuals were also given a chance to develop communicational and problem-solving skills, as well as foster involvement in collaborative projects.Present at Saturday’s activities was Director of Sport, Christopher Jones, who lauded the coordinators for their inputs into the exhibition, and said he believes technology is the way forward for Guyana.Guyana Times caught up with some of the students as they showcased their robotic creations. Members of the Volunteer Youth Corps (VYC) noted that this is their first year at the exhibition, and their robot was constructed by primary school students. While the invention was a simple one, the students stated that they’re using the exhibit to gain ideas which can help to enhance their robot.“We’re in the first and basic stage of robotics. We’re dealing with primary school kids, and within one week the kids used four days to put together the robot. We’re now learning how to programme the robot,” said Lisa Khan.Tyrique Wilson of the Belladrum STEM Club noted that this is a way to publicise their robot and entice more persons to join the club.“We made a crane. We wanted to push how far we can go with the actual kit, and we decided to make a crane that is fully functional, and we created programmes for it,” he explained.The St Rose’s High School also presented a device to water small gardens. It functioned by detecting the colour of the leaves of a plant, and supplying that plant with a suitable amount of water.The most spectacular robot was created by the Three Miles Secondary at Bartica, Region Seven (Cuyuni/Mazaruni). It was designed to solve a Rubix cube using sensors to detect the spectrum of colours.In most instances, the robots were made from locally sourced and recycled materials, and took a maximum of one week to complete. This is one of the many initiatives which have been organised by STEM Guyana to advance the level of technology while providing training for youths.
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3 gameday Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener 3 RANKED Daniel Podence’s goal effectively sealed Burnley’s fate Sean Dyche’s side have struggled domestically in between Europa League matches The Clarets lacked real composure in front of goal Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more impact Ashley Barnes then struck narrowly wide, Vokes sent a curling effort against a post early in the second half and teenager Dwight McNeil brought a good save out of Andreas Gianniotis.Olympiakos subsequently snatched a goal in the 83rd minute through Daniel Podence before substitute Matej Vydra, making his Burnley debut, replied with a close-range finish three minutes later.While there was certainly encouragement to be taken from the performance, there will also surely be feelings of frustration on Burnley’s part as their first taste of European football since 1966-67 concluded after three two-legged qualifying ties.Dyche’s men, who have one point from their opening three Premier League games, are back in action at Turf Moor on Sunday when they face Manchester United, and Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho was watching from the stands on Thursday evening. Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won highlights possible standings MONEY smart causal How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures silverware As in the first leg, Burnley wore black armbands as a mark of respect for Jimmy McIlroy, the club great who died last week aged 86 and whose funeral service takes place at the stadium on Friday.The starting line-up showed seven changes from Sunday’s 4-2 loss at Fulham, with 18-year-old McNeil making his first start as he came in on the left wing as a replacement for the injured Johann Berg Gudmundsson.There was an early scare for the hosts when McNeil lost possession and Olympiakos broke forward, but Podence could only send a shot tamely wide having entered the box.Burnley started to find some rhythm after that, and Vokes had a penalty appeal waved away by referee Viktor Kassai, hooked a shot over the bar and then twice failed to convert from great positions. Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack The first instance saw him head wide as he connected with McNeil’s cross and he then headed too high when the ball came to him following a corner.Some pressure from Olympiakos followed, with Podence hitting an attempt into the side-netting and another over, either side of Miguel Guerrero shooting into Tom Heaton’s arms.Burnley’s woes in front of goal then continued shortly before the interval as Vokes teed up Barnes, whose shot went just wide.In the third minute of the second half Vokes went the closest yet as his shot from outside the area came back off the post and five minutes later Gianniotis did well to tip McNeil’s firm strike over. Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Latest Football News Burnley’s hopes of making the Europa League group stage came to an end as a 1-1 draw with Olympiakos at Turf Moor in their qualifying play-off second leg saw them lose the tie 4-2 on aggregate.Knowing a 2-0 win on the night would be enough to send them through, Sean Dyche’s Clarets created some great chances in the first half but were unable to take them, with Sam Vokes sending one header wide and another over. Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade 3 Burnley continued to apply pressure without finding the required killer instinct before an Olympiakos counter-attack saw the ball worked to Podence, who cut inside Long and fired past Heaton.Vydra, having come on for Barnes in the 65th minute for his Burnley bow, then bundled the ball over the line at the other end during a scramble following a corner, giving the home fans something to cheer before Kassai’s final whistle confirmed the club’s European adventure as over soon after.
WHITTIER – Whittier Police Department and California Highway Patrol officers are putting more teeth into their usual holiday admonition: Don’t drink and drive.“We’ll put every available officer out there on the road between now and the end of the year to prevent (alcohol-related collision) numbers from going up, and to influence people to drive carefully, cautiously, and to wear seat belts,” CHP spokesman Steve Kohler said. Whittier ranks 27th among 97 California cities in the number of alcohol-involved collisions for adults ages 22 to 34, said Mike Marando, spokesman for the state Office of Traffic Safety.That’s primarily why his office has awarded Whittier a grant to increase DUI education and enforcement programs, Maran-do said.This year, Whittier police have used part of the $93,929 grant to fund the “Every 15 Minutes” program in high schools. It involves graphic depictions of vehicle collisions to teach young drivers about the risks of driving under the influence and not wearing a seat belt.The grant also funded a special year-round, two-officer DUI enforcement team. For the next two holiday weekends, the team – augmented by regular Whittier police patrol units – will be on the hunt for intoxicated drivers. Some of the state grant also will pay for holiday sobriety checkpoints, Whittier police said.“The potential for more collisions during the holidays is there because of the amount of people not participating in their daily routines of work and school,” said Whittier police Sgt. Dan Lowe. “There are more people on the roadways, and during the holidays people celebrate by consuming alcohol.”Although a recent sobriety checkpoint in Whittier re-sulted in no arrests, Whittier ranks third of 97 comparably sized cities for alcohol-involved collisions involving drivers under 21, Marando said.Statewide, traffic fatalities during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend were up this year – 60 people died, compared with 53 last year, Kohler said.Of the 60 people killed over the Thanksgiving holiday, at least 30 were not wearing a seat belt, he said.So far this year, Whittier has not had any alcohol-related traffic fatalities. And Lowe hopes that record holds through the New Year’s holiday.“Last year, we had two fatalities and 51 injuries directly related to alcohol,” said Lowe. “This year, we have not as of yet had any alcohol-related fatalities through September, and we’ve only had 21 injury traffic collisions.” for the past three years email@example.com(562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Ciaran Coll has re-signed for Finn Harps FC ahead of the 2015 season.Ollie Horgan has re-signed talented full-back Ciaran Coll ahead of their forthcoming 2015 Airtricity League First Division campaign.Coll has made 141 appearances for Finn Harps since making his debut in 2009 against Kildare County.Coll is regarded by many as one of the most talented full-back in the First Division and is a huge fans favourite at Finn Park. He’ll be hoping he can help Harps push for promotion next season following the solid foundations built by Ollie Horgan last season.Ollie Horgan expressed his delight at acquiring the services of Coll to the Finn Harps FC official website, Horgan said, “Ciarán is a natural footballer who can combine defensive duties with an attacking threat from wide positions.“Next year is a big year for both Ciaran and the present squad so with a lot of hard work he has got the ability to help us progress.Ciaran Coll also expressed his delight at signing back for the club he’s supported since he was a boy. “I am delighted to have committed to Finn Harps for another year as I think next season could be an exciting time for the club.“I think it’s well known that I come from a family of Finn Harps supporters so it’s incredible to think I will be approaching my seventh campaign.” I am already focused on getting down to hard work and getting a good pre-season under my belt. My aim is to have my best season to date. CIARAN COLL RE-SIGNS FOR FINN HARPS AHEAD OF NEW CAMPAIGN was last modified: December 11th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Finn Harps FCnewsOllie HorgansoccerSport
Hassan Wasswa Dazo (25) scored the opener on Thursday (Photos by Wakiso Media)FUFA Big League 2018Wakiso Giants 3-0 Kataka FCBugembe Stadium, JinjaThursday, 15-11-2018BUGEMBE – Wakiso Giants registered their first victory of the 2018/19 FUFA Big League season on Thursday as they downed Kataka FC 3-0 at the Bugembe Stadium in Jinja.Ibrahim Kirya’s side who went into the game on the back of two draws in as many fixtures showed their intent to win early when former KCCA FC defender-Hassan Wasswa Dazo bundled in from close range to give his side the lead on 18 minutes.The home side created more chances but could not improve their advantage before the break and hence held a slender 1-0 lead at halftime.Eight minutes into the second half, Captain Feni Ali calmed the Purple Sharks’ nerves with the second goal before Ivan Kiwewa made the points safe with a third goal on 76 minutes.Wakiso Giants is now second in the Elgon groupThe win came as relief to head coach Ibrahim Kirya whose task is to guide Wakiso into the top tier at the first time of asking.“The first win is so important to us, said Kirya after the game.“We are excited that the players gave their best and personally I am glad that we have won at Bugembe, a place where I grew up from.“We shall be focused for the rest of the matches.Wakiso Giants is now second on the team log behind Light S.S who defeated Dove All Stars 1-0 on the same day.In the game played at Amuria High Scholl Playgrounds, Daniel Otim was the hero of the day scoring with a minute of regulation time to play.This was Light S.S’s second win having defeated Entebbe 2-1 at Wankulukuku Stadium on match day two.Elsewhere, UPDF defeated Amuka Bright Stars 2-0 in Bombo. Herbert Katongole and Sulaiman Majanjaloo (penalty) are the two players who struck for the Army side.For league debutants-Nebbi Central, they played out a goalless draw at home to Entebbe.Meanwhile, in the Rwenzori group, Kansai Placon Football Club recored the biggest victory on matchday three, humiliating Bumate United 5-0 at the Bishops S.S playground in Mukono.Brian Oyuka, Henry Kitegenya (penalty), Robert Ssentongo Junior, Musa Nakibinge and Frank Munna were all target for Kansai Plascon.The Kireka United versus Police encounter was not played because of the unavailability of Mandela National Stadium where Kireka hosts their games.The FUFA Big League will resume on Sunday, 18th November 2018 when Alex Isabirye’s Kyetume hosts JMC Hippos at the Bishops S.S play groud in Mukono.FUFA Big League Results-Thursday 15-11-2018Elgon Group:-Wakiso Giants 3-0 Kataka-UPDF 2-0 Amuka Bright Stars-Light S.S 1-0 Doves All-Stars-Nebbi Central 0-0 EntebbeRwenzori Group:-KansaiPlascon 5-0 Bumate United-Ntinda United 1-1 Dove-Kabale Sharp 1-1 Water-Kitara 1-1 Kira United-Kireka United Vs Proline* PostponedSunday, 18th November 2018:-Kyetume Vs JMC Hippos – Bishops S.S Play ground, MukonoComments Tags: feni Alifufa big leagueHassan Wasswa DazoIbrahim KiryaIvan KiwewaWakiso Giants
MSA President Steve Miller said: “It is a tribute to our hard-working staff and volunteer officials that we have reached this significant milestone in our development. African WorkshopFIA president Jean Todt and FIA Institute president Gerard Saillant presented the Achievement of Excellence award to MSA CEO Adrian Scholtz at the FIA Institute’s African workshop in Botswana on 29 August. Motorsport South Africa (MSA) has been presented with the FIA Institute’s Officials Award for the Achievement of Excellence after demonstrating the highest standards of motor sport marshalling and training. The FIA is world motor sport’s governing body. MSA is the first national sporting authority in Africa to receive the award and will now become an official FIA Institute regional training provider. As a regional training provider, it can help to train other national sporting authorities, with financial support from the Motor Sport Safety Development Fund. The event, chaired by Kenya Motor Sports Foundation secretary-general Surinder Thatthi, also featured a practical exercise on environmental sustainability, as well as an update on the fund and presentation on the Young Driver Excellence Academy. Todt, a former rally driver best known for his time in charge of the Ferrari Formula One team, said at the presentation: “It is important to have a top training provider in Africa. Motorsport South Africa can now share its expertise with other national sporting authorities and help raise the training and safety standards across the region.” “I would like to encourage national sporting authorities across Africa to work with the MSA to further raise standards of marshalling and training.” “The appointment as Africa’s first regional training provider affords us the opportunity to contribute to the development and promotion of safe motor sport on our continent.” ‘Guidance and support’Saillant commented: “The regional training provider initiative is particularly important in regions where the motor sport infrastructure at grass roots level needs guidance and support. 4 September 2013 SAinfo reporter
9 July 2014 South Africa’s men’s and women’s hockey teams will be aiming to build on successful endings to the recent World Cup when they take part in the Investec Cup in London from Wednesday. On Wednesday, the women open their challenge against Scotland, while the men’s first outing will be against Ireland. With the Commonwealth Games starting in Glasgow on 23 July, the competition is an excellent opportunity for the South African teams to fine-tune their games in London. The Investec Cup will also celebrate the opening of the new London Olympics 2012 legacy venue, the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, which has now become England hockey’s national stadium.Line-ups England, Scotland, Ireland and South Africa, all Commonwealth Games contestants, make up the men’s line-up in London, while the women’s teams are also Commonwealth Games sides, namely England, Scotland, Wales and South Africa. “We will only have one training here before the Scotland match so we be looking at getting our processes right in that game,” South African women’s captain Marsha Cox said on the bus to the venue on Tuesday afternoon. World number 11 South Africa beat Japan, the world’s ninth-ranked team 2-0 to finish ninth at the World Cup and if they get can back into the groove quickly it will stand them in good stead. They also scored an impressive 4-1 win over England, who went into the tournament ranked third in the world. Double Olympian defender Lenise Marais, so cruelly denied a World Cup experience after serious injury forced her out at the eleventh hour, returns to the women’s team.Tough Irish challenge Looking ahead to his side’s opener, South African men’s captain Austin Smith said after arriving at the team’s accommodation at East London University (ELU) that the Irish punch above their weight. “The last time we met, before the Olympics in 2012, they beat us, and we will only have had one training session (Wednesday night), so we will be focusing more on getting ourselves familiar with the game plan and carrying on where we left off during the 6-2 win over Malaysia at the World Cup in June,” said Smith. He also said former South African men’s assistant coach Craig Fulton, who is now the head of the Ireland coaching staff, will be familiar with the South African style of play.South African Investec Cup fixtures (SA time) 9 JulySA women vs Scotland 12:00SA men vs Ireland 18:15 10 JulySA women vs England 14:15SA men vs England 20:30 12 JulySA men vs Scotland 10.45SA women vs Wales 18:15 13 JulyPlayoffs for final placings SAinfo reporter