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The League is indigestible to Athletic

first_imgIdyll with the Cup, antipathy with the League, where he has not won since December 1. Nine games go now! Athletic goes one way and the two rails will never end up meeting. What in the KO tournament is enthusiasm and confetti, in that of regularity is heartburn, indigestion. It is true that Muniain, the revitalizer, and Dani García, the most tactical of the lions that have played everything and for something will be missing, but after Wednesday’s feasts in San Mamés no one deserved much more than one to zero. And it was for Osasuna, who gave no respite, denied the rival more than one touch, although he already came from home with problems of creation. The recipe Arrasate was known: make a pasty match, like Getafe and Granada in the second part, to cut the rojiblanco motor cables.A hand of Unai García could be key in the 53rd minute, in a local center. Natural position? Whatever it is, Athletic had more fang, but did not throw in the door until minute 79, a warm header from Williams. Osasuna’s wasted time prevailed, his intention to make the game cumbersome. Vesga put it very well in 93 ‘and the eternal Aduriz combed it, but the pole denied him the nth miracle.Arrasate knew that he had to stir the bill so that Athletic did not have his usual buccaneer harassment from the beginning of the game. And he did putting Roncaglia a few minutes in individual defense over Williams. A simple threat, a false track, but that left myopic at the center of the local field. Then Arrasate put the image and likeness of the lions five behind, a system that settled Granada in the Cup on Wednesday and that still stunned the Garitano group.The team was out of control, nervous and unstable. They did not have a clean exit and that is not that Osasuna was a pressure first. With such a panorama, Victor had a premiere as a complicated player, the panorama did not help him in his first task in the league of stars and initially paid a heavy toll. An error of his caused the fault that resulted in the 0-1. A free kick that extended Unai García, Brasanac finished, stopped Simón and in the rebound crushed Oier while two centrals like Yeray and Núñez were in evidence passing by at the time of stopping him.Osasuna was relieved after a professional exercise, without more. Athletic already understood that if I was going to get something it would be for the brave. The engine could be activated by any spark. For example, a furious pressure on Herrera de Raúl García, who pilots an Vietnamese ambush in ambush every afternoon, and hit the ball cleared by the goalkeeper in the butt of the ram to touch the goal. Herrera is one of those goals that end up affecting the guild with the topic that those who put on the gloves are somewhat locuelos types. Little did the sufflé to the lions. Victor still had time to get a great foul that touched the barrier and hit the crossbar.You cannot deny courage to Garitano: He kept the boy Victor with yellow and took out another promise, Sancet, from medipunta. Then Aduriz appeared for his alter ego, Raul Garcia. And Ibai figured inside, with Vesga pivot and the santutxuarra on his right, to have Sancet as a midfielder. The final harassment did not give positive news for Bilbao, despite the opportunities of Williams, Aduriz and a cape that made Herrera a great stop. The League torments this drunk Athletic Cup. Garitano: “We have put everything to win “Athletic coach Gaizka Garitano regretted that Osasuna took the three points of San Mamés despite enjoying two woods and two very clear chances against Herrera: “We have put everything to win,” he threw. A defeat that “hurts”, but better not to win than “Jagoba and Osasuna”.Garitano does not hide his “concern” after accumulating nine days without knowing the victory: “Of course, the progress of the Cup conditions LaLiga, although it is no excuse,” Mr. Rojiblanco slips, revealing that Villalibre requested the change to rest for “a contracture in the back, could not continue.” A game that cost “link” plays, but insists that Athletic manufactured more than enough “to score and we have not done.”He highlighted the debutante Unai Vencedor who supplied 6 to Dani García: “We didn’t have Unai López or Muniain and we needed play against so many physical players and he has done very well.” He did not want to enter into arbitration decisions such as the hand inside the Osasuna area or the goal annulled against Williams.Snatch: “We weren’t coming at the best time”Osasuna’s coach, Vizcaino Jagoba Arrasate, confessed his “great joy” by the three points added in San Mamés against Athletic in a match in which they achieved “the best victory and the best moment” after the bad streak of the last weeks. “We did not come at the best time and win in such a complicated context and in a derby it gives us a lot, beyond the classification. It is a great joy for us and for the fans, and a relief. Seeing us with 31 points makes us want to continue working. We are well on our way to permanence “, stressed.About the match, Arrasate said they tried to make “like a mirror” of the three central system used by Athletic. “The plan has developed quite well and in the first time, without being colorful, we have been more comfortable than them. We have defended better than other times, although in the end we suffered a lot “, assumed. He also highlighted the work of Captain Oier Sanjurjo, author of the visiting goal and who reappeared in San Mamés after several weeks of injury injury. “He is our captain and our lung. He has played an incredible game. We didn’t have his profile on the team and today we have seen that we needed him, “he concluded. ChangesOhian Tirapu (45 ‘, Villalibre), Aduriz (67 ‘, Raúl García), Ibai Gomez (73 ‘, Unai Victor), Roberto Torres (76 ‘, Adrian), David Garcia (87 ‘, Nacho Vidal), Fran Mérida (90 ‘, Oier)center_img CardsReferee: Pablo González FuertesVAR Referee: Alfonso Javier Álvarez IzquierdoUnai Winner (26 ‘, Yellow) Saint Joseph (29 ‘, Yellow) Roncaglia (37 ‘, Yellow) Oier (38 ‘, Yellow) Enric Gallego (47 ‘, Yellow) Brasanac (54 ‘, Yellow) Íñigo Martínez (76 ‘, Yellow) Aduriz (79 ‘, Yellowlast_img read more

Jamaica dethrone Barbados of CAZOVA U19 title

first_imgJamaica won the 2015 Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Under-19 championship, de-throning Barbados 25-22, 25-23, 25-16 to win the four-team tournament, their first in international volleyball at any level. The team will now represent CAZOVA in the NORCECA Under -19 tournament to be held sometime between later this year and next year. Jamaica also exacted a measure of revenge on the defending champions, who had beaten them 3-1 on the first day of the tournament, last week Thursday. In Sunday’s final, Jamaica overcame a six-point deficit in what was a keenly contested first set that got the home crowd – consisting mainly of college students – cheering wildly. Barbados began the second set by racing to an 8-2 lead, before a time-out was called. On the resumption, Jamaica went on an eight-one run to lead 10-9. Ten to nine soon became 13-9 as the Jamaicans tried to race to a two-set to love lead. Barbados weren’t having it. The defending champions came into the final on an unbeaten streak of four games and were not going to roll over and die. Spurred by their outside hitter, No. 2 Brandon Callender, who had 18 spikes, and libero Akeel Oxley, Barbados rallied to take the lead 22-18, when Jamaica’s head coach, Steve Davis, called a time-out. Following the break, Jamaica clawed their way back to eke out a close 25-23 win. BRAVE BATTLE Facing the daunting task of winning three straight sets against an opponent growing in confidence as the game went on, Barbados battled bravely, but the influence of tournament MVP Jovan Thomas, Jamaica’s captain, whose nine left-handed spikes were virtually unstoppable; and six from No.8, Shavar James, enabled Jamaica to secure a comfortable 25-16 win to snatch the title. “I am extremely satisfied,” said an elated Davis, following the historic win. “Like I had been saying at the beginning, the guys are young but they are hard working. They never complained; and every training session, they got better, and every game, they got better. “We took a set from Barbados in the first match, and that set was 25-14, so we knew we had what it takes to beat them,” he noted. John Stuart, Barbados’ head coach, said unforced errors proved to be their downfall. “It was unforced errors and too many bad serves,” he said. “In all fairness, Jamaica played better than Barbados and deserved to win.”last_img read more

Caymanas tips

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Kenya move up two places in FIFA rankings

first_img0Shares0000Harambee Stars group photo before their friendly match against DR Congo on March 26 at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 10- Despite not being in action, the national football team Harambee Stars moved up two places in the latest FIFA rankings released on Thursday to sit 82nd with 412 points.Kenya had slumped 10 places from previous ranking of 74th after their loss to minnows Sierra Leone in the opening fixture of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifier (AFCON) away in Freetown. Harambee Stars’ hopes of rising further will depend on whether the Football Kenya Federation will secure a friendly match during the next FIFA friendly window in September.Uganda remains the best placed East African country having moved a place up to 73rd while Rwanda have scaled up eight places, moving to 119th courtesy of their win over Tanzania in the CHAN 2018 qualifiers last month.Tanzania on the other hand has dipped six places to 120th same as Ethiopia, Kenya’s opponents in the 2019 AFCON qualifiers who have moved a massive 16 places to 120th.Burundi has moved down 11 places to 132nd while Sudan have moved 12 places up to 152nd.Continentally, Egypt remains the best placed African country despite dropping one place to 25th. DR Congo, Senegal and Tunisia are second third and fourth respectively while African champions Cameroon retain fifth spot and have gone one slot up to 35th.Namibia are the continent’s and world’s best movers having gone up 20 places to 136th.worldwide, Brazil have finally reclaimed their top seat on the throne of world football after moving one spot up to dislodge world champions Germany.Argentina remains third while Switzerland has gone up one place to fourth, followed by Poland.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Officer assigned to COPPS unit

first_imgTHOUSAND OAKS – Sgt. Mike De Los Santos, a 32-year veteran of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department and a supervisor of the department’s SWAT team, has been assigned to the Thousand Oaks Police Department’s Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving (COPPS) unit. “Mike De Los Santos is one of the most talented law enforcement officers I have ever had the privilege of working with,” said Thousand Oaks Mayor Dennis Gillette, a former police chief in the city. In his new assignment, De Los Santos will handle community concerns and quality-of-life issues from the unit’s headquarters, a police resource center in the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. The program is designed to bring community police services closer to residents, offering a resource center where people can ask questions, get information and talk to police about problems that concern them. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88 De Los Santos has been a member of the sheriff’s SWAT team for 25 years and was the supervisor of the Thousand Oaks Police Department’s Special Enforcement Unit handling gang problems in the city for 12 years. “He has done an excellent job commanding the gang unit,” said Dennis Carpenter, chief of the Thousand Oaks Police Department, which operates under contract with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department. He said De Los Santos’ experience will help him deal with a wide variety of problems in the community, including code enforcement and concerns raised by the school district. “He has the flexibility to reach out and solve problems with all the resources of our department at his fingertips,” Carpenter said. “Having his knowledge base is going to be very beneficial. He knows all the players and he’ll be working with managers of the various departments around City Hall.” De Los Santos said he looks forward to working with Thousand Oaks residents on problems facing the community. “This unit involves the city, the police and the community all working together,” he said. Eric Leach, (805) 583-7602 eric.leach@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

FORMER FINN HARPS STAR SIGNS FOR DERRY CITY

first_imgDerry City have signed Donegal man Sean Houston from Bray Wanderers on a one-year contract.The 23-year-old Letterkenny midfielder has previously played with Finn Harps and UCD in the League of Ireland.Meanwhile City midfielder Barry McNamee is currently on trial with Nottingham Forest. Recently, left-winger Stephen McLaughlin had a one week training stint at the City Ground, amid reports Forest are keen to establish a closer relationship with the Candystripes.The capture of Houston is manager Declan Devine’s second signing since City won the FAI Cup last month. FORMER FINN HARPS STAR SIGNS FOR DERRY CITY was last modified: December 6th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:FORMER FINN HARPS STAR SIGNS FOR DERRY CITYlast_img read more

Lower oil prices grease path for markets to turn higher

first_imgNEW YORK – Falling energy prices gave stocks a modest lift Friday as Wall Street set aside worries about interest rates and a weak forecast from Intel Corp. But the gains weren’t enough to help the major indexes, which ended the week with losses. Stocks zigzagged through most of Friday’s session, capping off a week of jittery trading as investors scoured for any news that might revive a year-end rally after a two-week break. Many are wishing for a solid holiday shopping season, with cheaper gasoline prices contributing to improving consumer confidence. The University of Michigan reinforced those hopes when it said its consumer sentiment index for December added 7.1 points, to 88.7, topping economists’ estimates for a reading of 85. John Waterman, chief investment officer for Rittenhouse Asset Management, noted the upbeat Michigan number but said the market seems to be fixated on energy prices and next week’s Federal Reserve meeting. Now that the economy appears to be back on track, analysts worry that the Fed might keep raising interest rates and trigger a slowdown. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals But Waterman expects Wall Street’s idleness to persist. “I think we’re going to head into a quieter period where unless there’s some big news, volume could slow and the market will move sideways,” he said. At the close of trading, the Dow Jones industrial average gained 23.46, or 0.22 percent, to 10,778.58. Broader stock indicators were also higher. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index was up 3.53, or 0.28 percent, at 1,259.37, and the Nasdaq composite index added 10.27, or 0.46 percent, to 2,256.73. Bond prices fell, with the yield on the 10-year Treasury note climbing to 4.53 percent from 4.46 percent late Thursday. The dollar was lower against other major currencies in European trading, while gold prices lingered near recent highs. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Palmdale is winner of 5 awards for public works

first_img The city’s Avenue R traffic-signal interconnect project received the APWA Southern California Chapter’s “Traffic Congestion/Mitigation Project of the Year” award. The project involved installing 3.5 miles of video detection and fiber-optic communication lines to connect traffic signals along Avenue R between Fifth Street East and 40th Street East. Jim Skeen, (661) 267-5743 james.skeen@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! 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’ remake The Antelope Valley Environmental Collection Center project was recognized by the APWA’s Southern California Chapter as the “Facilities and Buildings Project of the Year.” The High Desert Branch named the center the “Best Environmental Project of the Year.” The Antelope Valley Environmental Collection Center, located at the Palmdale Landfill at 1200 W. City Ranch Road, was opened in August. The center provides Antelope Valley residents with a place to drop off electronic waste and household hazardous waste without having to waiting for an occasional “roundup.” The center is a joint project of Los Angeles County, the cities of Palmdale and Lancaster, and Waste Management, which operates the landfill. The High Desert Branch of APWA gave the city’s amphitheater its “Innovative Design of the Year” award. The $1.8 million amphitheater, which opened this summer, is part of a $43 million project funded by a special assessment to create an expanded Marie Kerr Park and the new Oasis Park on the east side. The High Desert Branch of APWA gave the city its “Best Use of Technology” award for the city’s cablecasting and webcasting of City Council meetings. The city started cablecasting its meetings in February and then followed up with webcasts in October. PALMDALE – Palmdale received five awards for public works projects, including two for the new electronic waste and household hazardous waste collection center and one for the city’s new amphitheater. The Southern California Chapter of the American Public Works Association presented awards for the Antelope Valley Environmental Collection Center project and the Avenue R traffic signal fiber-optic interconnect project. The city received three awards from the association’s High Desert Branch for the council chamber cablecasting and webcasting project, the Marie Kerr Park amphitheater project, and for the Antelope Valley Environmental Collection Center project. “We are very pleased to have been recognized by our peers in the public works profession,” said Leon Swain, Palmdale’s director of public works. “This really exemplifies the quality of work that the department is doing.” last_img read more

Lost dog takes shelter in Voodoo Letterkenny – is it yours?

first_imgA black Staffordshire Terrier has joined the staff at Voodoo Letterkenny this Halloween for the busy night of festivities.The missing pup is being well looked after in the bar, but the team would much rather see him being reunited with his owner tonight.The dog has a white mark under his chin and is wearing a brown studded collar. If he is your dog, or you have any information that may help, please call 0868410327.Lost dog takes shelter in Voodoo Letterkenny – is it yours? was last modified: October 31st, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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)last_img read more

Live NBA Finals updates: Poised Raptors stun Warriors in Game 4

first_imgJoin us Friday at 6 p.m. and then scroll down this story for live scoring, news and in-game analysis as the Warriors look to even the NBA Finals in Game 4 at Oracle Arena.The Warriors’ chances of tying the series at 2-2 improve a lot with Klay Thompson returning from a strained left hamstring that knocked him out of the end of Game 2 and all of Game 3. In addition, Kevon Looney (fractured costal … Click here if you’re unable to view the video or gallery on your mobile device.last_img