MANCHESTER, England (AP):There’s growing competition for discovery of the season in the English Premier League.Leading the way are N’Golo Kante, the box-to-box French midfielder propelling Leicester to an unlikely title triumph; Dele Alli, the Tottenham playmaker plucked from England’s third tier; and Marcus Rashford, Manchester United’s 18-year-old striker who seems born for the big time.Time to add Arsenal winger Alex Iwobi to the list.Iwobi, like Rashford, is a shy yet fearless teenager who has burst onto centre stage in the world’s most popular league in recent weeks. Arsenal’s all-star midfield is a tough department to break into, yet Iwobi has achieved it seemingly out of nowhere.He has started four of Arsenal’s last five matches, including a Champions League game away to the mighty Barcelona. He has scored and been named man of the match in the last two appearances, against Everton and Watford in the Premier League.Theo Walcott is in desperate need of game time to retain his place in England’s squad for the European Championship, but is currently playing second fiddle to Iwobi on the right wing.He may have to get used to it.Iwobi, 19, is the nephew of Nigeria great Jay-Jay Okocha and has been at Arsenal since the age of eight, having grown up in London. He is a powerful, hard-working, technically gifted attacker with an eye for goal just as Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger likes it.BIG HITIwobi, Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez as the three floating forwards behind the main striker? It’s some prospect and already proving a big hit.”He is an intelligent boy who loves football, very passionate about the game, keen to learn, very humble as well,” Wenger has said of Iwobi.”It’s surprising how quickly he’s integrated into our game.”Iwobi’s accomplished display at the Camp Nou really made people sit up and take note of a player who didn’t start a game in the first half of the season. During the recent international break, Iwobi made his debut for Nigeria in a loss to Egypt – stamping his allegiance to the African country having played for England’s youth teams up to under-18 level.A call-up to Nigeria’s squad for the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in August is in the offing – but first he might just be Arsenal’s secret weapon as the team looks to secure a 19th straight season of Champions League football.Impressive wins over Everton and Watford have consolidated third place with seven games left, and even kept Arsenal with an outside shot at the title. That, however, would require an implosion by surprise leaders Leicester, who are seven clear of second-place Tottenham and 11 ahead of Arsenal, who have a game in hand.Arsenal visit West Ham tomorrow while Leicester travel to relegation-threatened Sunderland and Tottenham host Manchester United.TITLE IN SIGHTLeicester are grinding out the wins as they close in on arguably the most stunning title success in English football history, having picked up four straight 1-0 victories ahead of the trip to Sunderland.Sunderland are proving tough to beat of late, drawing their last four games, but have slipped four points from safety. Sunderland might be in more desperate need of the points at the Stadium of Light.
Football lovers at the National Stadium had a night of nostalgia as the Jamaica Heroes defeated the Brazil All-Stars 2-1 earlier tonight. Jamaica’s goals, before just over 5,000 spectators, came from a penalty taken by Gregory Simmonds in the first half and Ricardo “Bibi” Gardner with a quickly taken free kick in the second half, after a moment of brilliance from crowd favourite Walter “Blacka Pearl” Boyd to win a foul. Correa Motta de Freitas had levelled for the visitors just after half time. The game featured legends of Jamaican and Brazilian football from the 90s and 2000s such as Theodore “Tappa” Whitmore and Andy “Bomber” Williams of Jamaica and Rivaldo and Edmilson of Brazil.
MOST READ “Everyone in the world of football expects Korea not to lose. The players are focused and have been training very well. We’ll see what we can do. We are very optimistic.”It will be a moment to savor for everyone involved in the team from captain Phil Younghusband down to the 22 other players in the squad as they finally get their reward for the hard work and sacrifice they put in just to thrust Philippine football into the continent’s elite.As the lowest ranked team in Group C with China and Kyrgyzstan, the Azkals have no illusion that the tournament will be a trouble-free coming-out party. And with the Koreans as their first assignment, they cannot expect any favors from the 1956 and 1960 champions.“It will be tough and they’re obviously the favorites in our group and favorites for the competition,” said Younghusband.“When the draw was made I was happy that we’ve got one of the big teams. It will be a great experience for the team. It will sort of put in perspective and give us a gauge of where we really are as a team and how far we really need to go to compete with teams in Asia.”ADVERTISEMENT Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Pacquiao: Into the homestretch The Azkals can also draw inspiration from what the Koreans achieved in the Fifa World Cup last year when they stunned 2014 champion Germany, 2-0, in the group stage.Portuguese coach Paolo Bento will be without Tottenham striker Son Heung-min but youngsters Kim Min-jae and Hwang In-beom and Lee Jae-sung pose a heavy scoring threat for the Koreans.It will be the fist competitive meeting between the countries since Koreans’ 5-0 demolition of the Azkals in the 1978 Asian Cup preliminary in Manila.“I think it will be a good game,” said Younghusband.“It will be tough. We’ll need a bit of luck. I think if we can keep it close. We can keep it competitive. You will never know. There’s been some big shocks in football. When you step on that field, give everything we’ve got, who knows what could happen in that game, but it will be tough.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Philippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. When the Azkals step on the pitch at Al Maktoum Stadium for the showdown against continental giant South Korea at 5:30 p.m. (9:30 p.m. in the Philippines), they will mark another milestone for a country where the sport has been an afterthought.Azkals coach Sven Goran Eriksson has instilled a strong belief in his side, that with some luck, they could get a result against a country that regularly plays in the World Cup.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 Chriss“We have a lot of respect against Korea, but we should not be afraid [against them],” said Eriksson, who took England to the quarterfinals of the World Cup in 2002 and 2006.“We should go out and play our type of football. Of course Korea will play. They are a strong opponent. But we cannot just defend.” View comments In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY 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 Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Coach Sven Goran Eriksson gather the PH Azkals during a break in practice ahead of their debut Asian Cup match on Monday against South Korea.—mfalkesgaard InstagramDUBAI—It doesn’t get any bigger than this for the Philippine Azkals.Long regarded as one of the continent’s weakest teams, the Azkals finally take a bow in Asian football’s grandest stage as they begin their AFC Asian Cup campaign on Monday night in this bustling Emirate city where close to 700,000 Filipinos reside.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines?
The industry magazine, Canadian Mining Journal, says a privately held Vancouver company has decided, to move directly into the environmental assessment process, of its Central South property west of Chetwynd.First Coal Corporation had been planning a first phase, involving a small mine operating at an annual production rate of 245 thousand tonnes of metallurgical coal. That phase would have then been followed by the EA process, for proposed production of up to 3 million tonnes per year.Now however, the EA process will go ahead immediately, and include consultations with local area communities, and Treaty 8 First Nations.The journal report says it will take between 18 and 20 months to complete.It says First Coal also plans test mining for this month, using a remote controlled underground method, unique in Canada.- Advertisement –
The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) has reaffirmed its partnership with Facebook with an agreement to broadcast the 34 matches this year to 54 countries. The tournament starts on 8 August 2018 and will run until 16 September.The best cricketing talent from across the Caribbean and from around the world will be taking part. Fans will be able to see the likes of Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Brendon McCullum, Steve Smith, Evin Lewis, David Warner and many other global superstars compete for the Hero CPL title.As well as broadcasting live matches, Hero CPL will be sharing unique and engaging content with fans, both during games and from behind the scenes, on Facebook throughout the tournament. All content will be available on the CPL T20 Facebook Page.Speaking about the deal Head of Digital for Hero CPL, Vishnu Kumar, said: “Facebook has been such an important part of the growth of Hero CPL over the years and we are delighted to be continuing to work closely with their excellent team to bring our fans as close to the Biggest Party in Sport as possible.”The countries where the games will be streaming live on Facebook are the following: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bermuda, Bolivia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Falkland Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Indonesia, Italy,Japan, Luxembourg, Malayasia, Malta, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Samoa, Serbia, Singapore, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Tonga, Turkey, Uruguay and Vanuatu
Victory saw the Hammers climb into ninth place in the table while Southampton, denied a third straight win under new boss Ralph Hasenhuttl, remained in 16th spot just three points above the relegation zone.– ‘Fantastic Anderson’ –West Ham captain Aaron Cresswell, commenting about Anderson, told Sky Sports: “Felipe’s two goals were unbelievable and we got the three points. He has been fantastic. He’s our top goalscorer and he’s our in-form man.”Meanwhile Redmond suggested a busy run of games could have caught up with Southampton, saying: “We’re not too sure how that game got away from us. Maybe it’s the volume of games at the moment. It’s rest, recover, play, rest, recover.“Maybe we were a bit leggy in terms of pressing. But managing the game when we’re ahead, we have to look at that.”West Ham named just six substitutes at St Mary’s, with manager Manuel Pellegrini’s injury-hit side showing five changes from the team that lost 2-0 to Watford on Saturday.By contrast, Hasenhuttl made only one change from the team that beat Huddersfield 3-1 last weekend, with Mario Lemina replacing the suspended Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.Clear chances were few and far between in a mediocre opening 45 minutes.Southampton’s Danny Ings, on his 200th club appearance, toe-poked the ball narrowly wide of the near post in the third minute.At the other end, Lucas Perez squandered West Ham’s best chance of the half when he shot wide following good work by Cresswell on the left.Shortly before half-time, West Ham’s Robert Snodgrass curled a shot from the edge of the box well wide of Southampton keeper Alex McCarthy’s right post.– Goal spree –But the Saints finally broke the deadlock five minutes into the second half with a scrappy goal.West Ham, playing for an offside flag that never came, left Redmond in yards of space inside the box.The Southampton forward’s shot was blocked by Hammers keeper Lukasz Fabianski. Oriel Romeu then tried to chip the ball over Fabianski before Redmond, sliding in face first, forced the ball in under pressure from the scrambling Angelo Ogbonna.But three minutes later, West Ham equalised when Anderson shot through a crowd of players to beat McCarthy with a powerful effort.And from 1-0 down, West Ham were 2-1 up in the 59th minute when Anderson scored his second of the game and eighth in the league this season.Stuart Armstrong had a shot blocked on the edge of the Hammers’ area and from there the visitors launched a counter-attack, with Michail Antonio playing an excellent crossfield ball to Anderson whose strong shot across the face of goal had too much on it for McCarthy as the keeper dived to his right.West Ham appealed for a penalty after Snodgrass went down in the box under challenge from Jannik Vestergaard but referee Craig Pawson was unmoved.Deep into stoppage time, Anderson had a shot saved on the counter-attack as Saints pressed for an equaliser, but his two goals were enough to give the Hammers a valuable three points.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Felipe Anderson shone in the second half for West Ham and scored two brilliant goals for the visitors. Photo/COURTESYSOUTHAMPTON, United Kingdom, Dec 27 – Felipe Anderson scored twice as West Ham came from a goal behind to win 2-1 away to Southampton in the Premier League on Thursday.After a lacklustre first half at St Mary’s, all three goals came in a nine-minute spell early in the second half, with Nathan Redmond firing the Saints ahead before Brazilian star Anderson’s double put West Ham on top.
Esperance lacked many of the team that retained the trophy in bizarre circumstances while several stars, including Algerian Youcef Belaili, have joined other clubs.Winger Belaili, part of the Algeria 2019 Africa Cup of Nations-winning team, has joined Al Ahly Jeddah of Saudi Arabia.Left-back Ayman Ben Mohamed signed for French outfit Le Havre, midfielder Ghaylen Chaaleli joined Malatyaspor of Turkey and forward Saad Bguir moed to Abha of Saudi Arabia.Having received a preliminary round bye, Esperance seem virtually assured of overall victory against Elect when they meet again this month in Tunisia.Esperance thought they had won the 2019 Champions League in the early hours of June 1 this year when final opponents Wydad Casablanca of Morocco stormed off over a disallowed goal.A malfunctioning VAR system could not check whether a foul had been committed before Wydad believed they had equalised in the second leg and on aggregate.After a 90 minute delay, Esperance were handed the trophy and medals only for the Confederation of African Football executive committee to order a replay at a neutral venue.Both clubs rejected the decision and appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, who ruled that the CAF disciplinary committee should have decided the issue and not the executives.The CAF disciplinary committee awarded Esperance the match, and a fourth Champions League title to go with those won in 1994, 2011 and 2018.Wydad won 2-0 away to Nouadhibou of Mauritania in Nouakchott with left-back Mohammed Nahiri temporarily abandoning his defensive duties in each half to score twice.Neighbours Raja Casablanca, who have been African champions three times, won 3-1 away to Al Nasr of Libya, who had to move their home match from Benghazi to Cairo for security reasons.0Shares0000(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Tunisian club Esperance pose before a match in their triumphant 2019 CAF Champions League campaign © AFP / FETHI BELAIDJOHANNESBURG, South Africa, Sep 16 – Esperance of Tunisia launched a bid to become the first club to win the CAF Champions League three consecutive times by drawing 1-1 away to Elect-Sport of Chad Sunday.Fedi Ben Choug put the visiting team ahead on 66 minutes and Haroun Bokhit levelled before his teammate Leger Djimrangar missed a penalty for the home side in N’Djamena.
This time around, though, his part sometimes becomes secondary in a colorful, confusing story that includes new characters and some familiar old ones. Simpson is accused of holding up collectors of his own memorabilia – taking items he insists had been stolen – but there were already signs that this felony prosecution might prove as challenging as his last one. One of the alleged victims was arrested on a parole violation Thursday, the other was recovering from a heart attack, and the man who allegedly set up the meeting where the confrontation occurred has a criminal record. Justice of the Peace Joe Bonaventure Jr. set bail Wednesday at $125,000 for a shackled, weary Simpson. Two women with starring roles in his life looked on: Marcia Clark, who unsuccessfully prosecuted Simpson in the 1994 killings and was reporting for “Entertainment Tonight,” and Christine Prody, Simpson’s girlfriend, who bears a striking resemblance to his slain ex-wife. Simpson furrowed his brow as the judge read the list of charges against him. Gone was the slight smirk he flashed when he was arrested Sunday. He answered quietly in a hoarse voice and nodded as the judge laid out restrictions for his release, including surrendering his passport to his attorney and having no contact with co-defendants or potential witnesses. He did not enter a plea. After Simpson was released, a helicopter television crew followed his vehicle leaving the court, oddly reminiscent of the slow-speed chase in which he once fled police in a white Ford Bronco. On the steps of the courthouse, the scene was stranger still. People held signs advertising things such as real estate and an aspiring singer behind Simpson’s lawyers as they held an impromptu news conference. Darren Cone, 45, of Cocoa Beach, Fla., got his 15 seconds on stage when cameras caught him and his wife, Kim, handing out T-shirts that featured a mug shot of Simpson with jail bars in front of it and the message, “Get arrested in Vegas, stay in Vegas.” There was even a man in a chicken suit, who carried a cardboard sign painted with the words, “Not this time, O.J.” On the other side of the sign, the words: “See OJ Run.” The man used the stage name Chicken George. Simpson attorney Yale Galanter said his client did nothing wrong: “You can’t rob something that is yours.” Simpson, 60, flew home to Miami later Wednesday. The Heisman Trophy winner spent three nights in jail after being charged with kidnapping, robbery with use of a deadly weapon, burglary while in possession of a deadly weapon, coercion with use of a deadly weapon, assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, conspiracy to commit robbery and conspiracy to commit a crime. Authorities allege that he and other men went to a hotel room at the Palace Station casino last Thursday night on the pretext of brokering a deal with two longtime collectors, Alfred Beardsley and Bruce Fromong. According to police reports, the collectors were ordered at gunpoint to hand over several items valued at as much as $100,000, including football game balls signed by Simpson, Joe Montana lithographs, baseballs autographed by Pete Rose and Duke Snider and framed awards and plaques. Audiotapes of the confrontation were released to a celebrity Web site, but Beardsley told NBC’s “Today” show that he didn’t think an audiotape made at the scene was accurate. Beardsley was arrested for a parole violation Wednesday. Fromong was recovering from a heart attack in a Los Angeles hospital. Beardsley told police he expected that night that the collection would earn $35,000 from the “client” he had never met. Beardsley told police that one of the men with Simpson brandished a pistol, frisked him and impersonated a police officer and that another man pointed a gun at Fromong. “I’m a cop and you’re lucky this ain’t L.A., or you’d be dead,” the man said, according to a police report. Court records show that the man who arranged the meeting, Tom Riccio, has a criminal history, including grand larceny in Florida in 1984 when he received three years of probation. Riccio has said he was not concerned with how his past might affect his credibility “because everything’s on tape. That’s why it’s on tape.” He also said he had been promised some form of immunity by prosecutors. Legal experts say that issues such as who had rightful ownership of the goods and the reputation of witnesses in the sometimes less-than-reputable world of memorabilia trading could cloud the prosecution’s case. “The credibility of the cohorts in the enterprise would be a key issue at trial,” said USC law professor Jody Armour. Agreed, said Dennis Turner, a professor at the University of Dayton School of Law. “This is a pretty shady world and pretty shady characters dealing with each other in a pretty shady way.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LAS VEGAS – A man in a chicken suit. A Nicole Brown Simpson look-alike. A judge with a goatee and a long ponytail. These are just some of the characters of O.J. TV, a reality show on all the news channels Wednesday. It followed every twist, turn and lane change as a former football star appeared in court, posted bail and was driven away. The circus surrounding O.J. Simpson, charged with committing armed robbery of sports memorabilia at a casino hotel, was reminiscent of the media frenzy when he was accused and later acquitted of murdering his ex-wife and her friend. COURTS: Characters surround Simpson as he posts $125,000 bail and flies home to Florida. By Ryan Nakashima and Chelsea J. Carter
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A spokesman for the water company said they were investigating whether the roadkill ended up on their land and had tainted the water supply. SARATOGA – State workers have dumped thousands of dead animals killed on roadways into a ravine over the past decade, and many of the carcasses rolled into a creek leading to a popular picnic area, officials said. Dead deer, raccoons and other animals were tossed over a steep cliff off a highway that runs near land owned by San Jose Water Co. near Saratoga. The California Department of Transportation acknowledged that at least two of its workers have used the ravine as a dumping ground in violation of agency regulations. “From what I understand, one person has been doing this for as long as 10 years,” said Lauren Wonder, a Caltrans spokeswoman.
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