EPL: Jesus double squeezes City past Everton

first_imgRelatedPosts Fulham keen on Lookman loan deal EPL: Calvert-Lewin treble fires Everton past West Brom EPL: Everton set to compound West Brom woes A second-half Gabriel Jesus double gave Manchester City a 2-1 victory over Everton at the Etihad on New Year’s Day. VAR ruled out Phil Foden’s early strike for an offside on Riyad Mahrez in the build-up, before Mahrez himself was denied a spot-kick by VAR after Lucas Digne’s tug on his shirt. Jesus did eventually give City the lead after the break, finding the top corner from 15 yards, before the Brazilian finished off a fine team move to double City’s advantage. Everton halved the deficit through Richarlison’s far-post finish after Claudio Bravo’s poor pass out from the back, before Jesus was denied a hat-trick by the post. The result means City move 11 points behind Liverpool, who have two games in hand, and a point behind second-placed Leicester. Everton are 10th, five points off the top six.Tags: EtihadEvertonGabriel JesusNew Year’s DayRicharlisonRiyad Mahrezlast_img read more

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Sporting unhappy over Dier dealings

first_img Iago Falque, meanwhile, has become the fourth player to exit Tottenham during pre-season after signing for Italian Serie A side Genoa. They have a completed a deal for the 24-year-old Spanish winger, understood to be in the region of £4million, pending a medical. Falque joined Spurs on a season-long loan deal from Juventus three years ago before completing a permanent move the following year, but during his entire time with the club he made only one Premier League appearance. Falque follows Jake Livermore, Heurelho Gomes and Gylfi Sigurdsson out of White Hart Lane in recent weeks. In the middle of talks with regard to a new deal, Sporting were then stunned when presented with Spurs’ escape-clause bid, forcing them to part with the young defender. A statement on Sporting’s website read: “Over the course of the last month, Sporting Clube de Portugal began negotiations with the athlete Eric Dier for the renewal of his contract. “Unexpectedly, Sporting was confronted by the player’s father and official representative with a bid from Tottenham Hotspur, with that bid activating a clause agreed by previous boards of directors for the sale of the player for an amount of five millions euros or more, unless the personal terms offered as part of the bid are matched. “Due to the club’s current salary policy, the respective balance within the squad and the ongoing financial restructuring under way at the club, it was not possible to match the proposed terms. “Furthermore, Sporting was also informed the player did not want to remain with the club even on equal terms, and that any equal or improved personal terms would not have been accepted. “In light of the above, Sporting announces the complete sale of the economic rights of the player Eric Dier to Tottenham Hotspur for five million euros without any future rights relative to the player. “Despite the above mentioned events, Sporting wishes Eric Dier all the best in his career.” Dier, who had a spell on loan with Everton from January to May 2011 to further his experience, made 26 league appearances overall for Sporting after making his debut in November 2012. Tottenham announced on Thursday they had signed 20-year-old Dier from Sporting, pending the completion of a medical, but the Portuguese club were far from happy at the way the £4million deal unfolded. Dier had been on Sporting’s books since the age of 10, eventually signing his first professional contract just over four years ago. Sporting Lisbon have slated the actions of Eric Dier’s father and the player’s agent for their part in the England Under-21 international’s move to Spurs. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Coronavirus updates: Miami is now epicenter of COVID-19 pandemic, says doctor

first_imgUniversity of Miami infectious disease doctor: “Miami is now the epicenter for the virus”A group of Miami-area medical experts joined Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez on a Zoom news conference Monday morning and made clear that South Florida is in a dire position when it comes to the spread of COVID-19.“Miami is now the epicenter for the virus,” said Lilian M. Abbo, M.D., an infectious diseases specialist at the University of Miami Health System and the Chief of Infection Prevention for Jackson Health System. “What we were seeing in Wuhan [China] five months ago, we’re now seeing here.”The experts were speaking minutes after Florida announced 12,624 new cases of COVID-19 — a day after Florida set a record for any state with 15,300 new cases.The experts stressed the need to restrict large gatherings of people in indoor spaces, and Gimenez said the biggest thing that needs to be done is residents following the safety guidelines.“The reason [for the spike] is us. There’s no Boogeyman. The reason is us,” he said. “We have to change our behavior. The no. 1 reason is our behavior.”last_img read more

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Other Sports Anushka, Chaitanya emerge youngest winners at US Kids Golf event

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Gurugram: Anushka Gupta and Chaitanya Gupta emerged champions in under-7 girls and boys competition respectively at the US Kids Golf India Tour’s first event here on Friday. As many as 71 participants across 13 categories teed off at the Jack Nicklaus designed Classic Golf & Country Club here, which has staged top-ticket professional events like the Indian Open and SAIL Open in the past.The tour lays out age-specific yardages and that found appreciation in Jai Bahl’s words, winner of the 13-14 years category. “I am not a long hitter but the course layout helped me score well,” he said.Winners in other categories were Lavanya Gupta in Girls 10-11 years, Ragini Navet in Girls 12-14 years, Khushi Dawar in Girls 15-18 years, Sohang Har Kantor in Boys 8 years, Bhavesh Nirwan in Boys 9 years, Udai Aditya Middha in Boys 10 years, Kushagra Tokas in Boys 11 years, Vickram Baruah in Boys 12 years and Aaryomaan Bose in Boys 15-18 years.Renowned Indian golfer Jyoti Randhawa, who was present to encourage the children, lauded the effort to take golf to the grassroots. “In my days, there were hardly any junior tournaments and very little competition. So this endeavour from U.S. Kids Golf is very encouraging,” he said.The US Kids Golf India Tour 2018-19 edition will carry ranking points, and with participation in a minimum of four events out of the eight, the junior golfers will be able to gain qualification for the US Kids World Championship, US Kids European Championships and US Kids Teen World Championship.Subsequent events will be held at Tollygunge Club (Kolkata), Eagleton Golf Resort (Bengaluru), Boulder Hills Golf and Country Club (Hyderabad), Chandigarh Golf Club and Poona Club Golf Course (Pune). last_img read more

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O’Neill rules out Leicester return

first_imgThe Republic of Ireland boss spent five years in charge of Leicester, winning two league cups and guiding them to promotion into the Premier League.However, O’Neill says he’s enjoying the job at Ireland too much, and has also ruled out the possibility of taking up both roles simultaneously.last_img

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Can VAR and in-play betting coexist?

first_img Although many within football have been reluctant to embrace the use of Video Assistant Refereeing (VAR), with it now confirmed for this Summer’s World Cup, it appears increasingly likely that VAR will become a permanent fixture in the game.Nonetheless, the question still remains over whether the technology, which will be utilised in tonight’s Carabao Cup Semi-Final second leg between Arsenal and Chelsea, will have an impact on the exponential rise of in-play betting.Jeevan Jeyaratnam Head of Compilation at Betting data and tailored odds specialist Abelson Info, outlined his belief that any significant rule change would usher in “a frenzy of interest and cross-examination, VAR is no different”. He also stated that: “Unless operators embrace markets for betting on VAR outcomes, I don’t see this precipitating a positive change in the popularity of in-play betting.”The integration process for VAR has been inevitably turbulent, therefore whilst it continues to hamper the flow of the game: “Until operators and third-party suppliers have enough data to re-purpose algorithms it is likely that VAR will have a negative impact on the natural flow and therefore user-experience (UX) of betting in-play.”Jeyaratnam continued: “There has been a push in recent times towards reducing the time taken to resume a market after a goal/red card. This lag reduction has been facilitated by the ever-increasing amount of data we have collected to feed algorithms. More data means more confidence. The introduction of a variable like VAR will disrupt this process and operators will be forced to wait longer before resuming an in-play market, or settling a wager. While I don’t imagine this will adversely affect interest in in-play betting, it won’t necessarily encourage it either.”VAR is already being used in the German Bundesliga and the Italian Serie A, something Jeyaratnam was keen to draw from as the English Premier League looks to continue integrating the technology into the game: “The trials in Germany and Italy have shown that there are different ways of interpreting the VAR ethos. In Germany it is widely believed that referees have overused the system, forcing decisions to the video judge instead of making their own confident conclusions, this has impacted the flow of games in the Bundesliga.“FIFA’s intended use of the system seems to have been better translated by the arbiters in Italy’s Serie A, where decisions have only been escalated to a judge when a ‘clear and obvious error’ may, or may not, have occurred. I think this shows us that the decision to use VAR for any given incident are still dependent on the subjective view of the referee or VAR judge. The process clearly needs more thought in application before it can be truly useful. This level of uncertainty, usually welcomed by betting operators, may, in this case, cause issues for in-play betting markets.”In spite of its glaring drawbacks, it’s ’eminently possible’ that VAR could open a new portfolio of markets for operators: “We are already looking at opportunities in this space, as all operators will be keen to present a new betting opportunity when a decision has been passed to a video referee.“Initially we’re likely to see simple pre-match ‘Will there be a VAR decision upheld? ‘Yes/No’ options, but as data is collected and algorithms are refined then other more elaborate VAR bets may be presented. We could see ‘Time of first VAR intervention’, ‘Total number of VAR decisions’ and further down the line, in-play ‘VAR Decision Upheld’ markets (similar to betting on the photo finish in horse racing). As the system settles down and more data is collected these could all become viable.“We could see a situation where VAR impacts on, seemingly, non-related models. For example, algorithmic refinement around card markets. It is my inclination to believe that the use of VAR could have an impact on the number of cards shown in a match. At present VAR is only to be used for red card situations, but a referee is only likely to consult the judge after showing a red card.“Without VAR this cannot be changed until after the game has been settled. Current models don’t have factors, like an instantly rescinded card, built in. This could lower the game’s total card count and over time could mean model revision. Conversely, the opposite could happen and a VAR judge may highlight an incident missed initially by the referee. In this instance we could see an increase in (red) cards. The point is we simply don’t know the full impact of VAR on the game, let alone the betting scene.”Analysing in what capacity he believes VAR markets could be introduced by betting operators, Jeyaratnam concluded: “I think it highly likely that some of the UK operators will offer VAR concessions as a sweetener to offset any potential punter antipathy towards in-play wagers. In a similar vein to racing, where generally the first-past-the-post is enough to trigger a pay-out, we could see a similar tactic with VAR decisions. I think that depends on the number of overturned decisions we see in the trial period.” Share LiveScore adds new leagues to streaming offering August 12, 2020 Paddy Power: Maintaining brand identity with daring marketing campaigns July 27, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Submit Share EFL announces that all non-Sky Sports fixtures will be available to stream August 27, 2020last_img read more

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VSODDS.BET: Appealing to a more considered sportsbook user

first_img GG.BET embraces improved partnership with Start2Pay January 31, 2020 Submit With the unveiling of its new sportsbook, VSODDS.BET has underlined its ambition to place a greater focus on betting traders, offering only pre-match, fixed odds to players in core markets around the world.The company’s founder, Dalius Dabashinskas detailed to SBC the strategy for putting these ambitious plans in place by appealing to a more considered sportsbook bettor. SBC: Could you tell our readership more about the VSODDS.BET offering and how it aims to stand out in the sports betting market?Dalius Dabashinskas: The aim of VSODDS.BET is to offer pre-match betting odds that don’t simply follow the market. Despite the huge range of operators offering sports betting these days, there is very little variation in the odds available to punters. In most cases, they differ less than five percent. We want to bring back the art of bookmaking and stand behind our own trading team and statistical models. We believe this will attract customers who are looking for something different in what is a large but homogenous market at the moment.SBC: Are you able to explain what led to the thought process behind only offering pre-match fixed odds on a wide range of sports?DD: Pre-match and in-play bets are two very different entities. Of course, over the last few years, live betting has grown exponentially and now accounts for around three quarters of all wagers for many major sportsbook operators. But there remains a large market for pre-match betting that is not being well serviced by current products.It is no secret that operators are suspicious of pre-match bettors. These customers have more time to analyse the match, whereas in-play betting tends to be based primarily on emotion. As a result, live betting carries a resemblance to casino gaming, and the margin for operators is usually higher.We are appealing to a different type of customer, the type who is more considered in their betting and likes to shop around bookmakers for the best price available. We have confidence in our trading and models, so we can offer our own prices and remain competitive, particularly because the focus will be on the odds instead of promotional offers and short-term bonuses.SBC: Could you tell us a little more about how only offering pre-match, fixed odds will lead to customers getting better value on these markets?DD: By providing pre-match, fixed odds and steering clear of the traditional marketing, bonuses and other promotions, we can ensure that VSODDS.BET offers the best value on the market. With our sophisticated trading team and models, we are not afraid to put our neck on the line and offer the odds we believe are correct for the event – regardless of what other bookmakers are doing. This means we will consistently beat other bookmakers when it comes to price on one side of a bet.Here’s an example. If you want to bet on the winner of the 2018/19 NBA Championship, the market prices the Golden State Warriors at between 1.46 and 1.64 for the outright. However, our NBA market analysis gives the Warriors a considerably lower percentage chance of winning the Championship. In fact, we rate them at only slightly higher than 50 percent, and we’ve priced them up accordingly at 1.9. This is a significant chunk of additional value for those punters who believe the Warriors will triumph, and makes us the best priced on the Warriors winning the NBA Championship in the world.This situation is replicated every day on individual match markets, as well.SBC: Can you explain the importance and benefits of traders with regards to VSODDS.BET’s offering? DD: First of all, the odds. We are using odds as a point of difference and to offer our players even more value than other bookmakers, so we need a world-class trading team to ensure we balance risk and reward for ourselves as well as our players. An example of this is last weekend’s Formula One Grand Prix at Monza. On the Saturday morning, Sebastian Vettel was between 1.55-1.60 to win across the majority of bookmakers. Our skilled traders, on the other hand, crunched the numbers to offer odds of 1.90-2.03.  Without our trading team we would not be able to offer such incredible value to our players.SBC: With that variation of your offering being prices, how can you ensure you guard against arbers and punters that aren’t genuine?DD: There are a few ways we can defend our odds. We carefully select the tournaments, games, matches and races for which we offer odds, and only offer markets that are of interest to genuine punters.Secondly, we use simulations and event predictions to manage our risk and exposure, and also limit the time when bets can be placed and the amount that can be staked.SBC: As your offering specialises in pre-match markets, will this allow you more freedom when it comes to maximum bets and account limits?DD: Absolutely. We know that limits on wagering and winnings frustrate punters around the world. We want customers to be able to back themselves when they spot an opportunity. There is nothing worse than spotting a great pre-match betting opportunity only to be told by an established operator that you are only allowed to wager two euros on the outcome.Of course, from a business perspective we need to enforce some limits, but we plan to be very generous with these, allowing customers to win between €5,000 and €10,000 per bet, depending on the market and event. StumbleUpon Related Articles Share Share Jack Rose, Receptional: Tackling the Google test for sportsbook operators November 7, 2019 Will Whitehead, mkodo: Achieving sportsbook and casino differentiation through UX April 29, 2020last_img read more

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Stanley Cup Final 2019: SN Q&A with former Blues enforcer Cam Janssen

first_imgSN: You’ve watched this team all season. When you were covering this team back in December you didn’t think it would get to this point.CJ: I didn’t know how to stay positive. It was tough because you’re seeing these guys, and you’re friends with them, but you have to be honest, and it wasn’t there and it was bad — it was real bad.But you knew we had the team on paper, you just needed to tighten up a couple of things, and once you get Craig Berube coming in and he set the example, and then you get some saves from Jordan Binnington, then you could really look at the team and evaluate it, which is exactly what they do. (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/22/30/alex-pietrangelo-st-louis-blues-060319-getty-ftrjpeg_1qjiperm4g3h610b6kduos2ko9.jpg?t=518474323&w=500&quality=80 MORE: Watch the Stanley Cup Final live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Sporting News caught up with Janssen at the Enterprise Center prior to Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final and got his take on what the series means for the city, on former teammate Alex Pietrangelo and on his beloved Blues.(Editor’s note: The conversation has been edited for length and clarity.)Sporting News: As a native Missourian, what’s it been like, this experience of having the Blues in the Stanley Cup Final?Cam Janssen: Well, I’m tired a lot because there’s so much to do . . . But it’s been great, it’s been fun. The business in this city and my family and even going to gas stations. (Stops to say good luck to Vladimir Tarasenko and Ivan Barbashev.) Sorry, gotta say hey to the boys there, get them pumped up.But even going to the gas stations, the people coming up, it’s just non-stop. You see Gloria signs everywhere, you see ‘Let’s Go Blues.’ Every business you can imagine.Known for snapping back after terrible losses, General Grant seems ready for tonight’s game pic.twitter.com/rVY5xMzd9h— KMOXSports (@KMOXSports) June 3, 2019Even the Cardinals players here, which the St. Louis Cardinals are gigantic in this town; we all know that. If their game gets rained out, a couple of the big boys like Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright cruise right up the street to Enterprise Center and get in their box, and they support the Blues, too.The whole city is on board, and especially from where I’m out from in Eureka everybody is chiming in on everything.SN: What was it like for you playing for the Blues, being a hometown kid and putting that jersey on for the first time?CJ: It was unbelievable. … As a whole it was the best thing that could have happened for my career and my postcareer now. I have a radio show now (on 590 The Fan KFNS). You’re from here, you can relate to people, you know what the pizza tastes like, you know about the city.I absolutely had a blast. It’s funny how my parents used to come watch the games live and then. … One person may say something negative and you know what, screw it I’m going to go home and watch it. They live right next to me and they got Tivo and rewind and things like that, so it made it a lot easier for them. They had a blast and now they get to listen to me on the radio talk about the Blues, as well.MORE: Full schedule for 2019 Stanley Cup FinalSN: You skated with Alex Pietrangelo. John Davidson at his presser recently talked about how Pietrangelo had a bit of a rocky start to his career. Now he is a leader of this team. What does he bring to this team? Did you see this leadership from him when you skated with him?CJ: It was so funny. When he first walked into the locker room, I was sitting right next to Dan Hinote, great friend of mine, and this kid — our first-rounder — walks in, 6-foot-3, 170 pounds. We both looked at each other like, look at this tall drink of water. All of a sudden he goes out there and controls the whole play for 27 minutes straight, and he’s getting big-time goals and he’s blocking shots and he’s doing all kinds of great stuff out there, leading this team. (Stops to say hi to some of the Blues players.) “Look at these guys, good luck.”Sorry, had to say hi to the boys again.He controls the play, and yet he has so much pressure on top of him that he’s in so many different situations where if he does make a mistake, it’s amplified. So his bad games look bad, but his good games sometimes are kind of hidden a little bit because he does so many little, little things throughout the play that creates offense and things like that, that maybe you don’t notice, but it’s there. ST. LOUIS — Cam Janssen knows a thing or two about the St. Louis Blues.The former NHL enforcer-turned-sports talk radio personality skated in 165 games for the Blues over four seasons. He is also a hometown kid who grew up just 27 miles away from St. Louis in Eureka, Mo. They cleaned up what they needed to clean up, and now we’re in the Stanley Cup Final.SN: Prediction for tonight.CJ: I think Jordan Binnington is just going to be unbelievable, but so is Tuukka Rask. Gotta stay out of the box, put pucks on net, keep banging, keep crashing, pucks will go in. I know it’s simple, but that’s how it goes.last_img read more

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Shadowbrook Expansion Approved, Again

first_imgBy John BurtonSHREWSBURY – The owners’ plans to expand and renovate the venerable Shadowbrook catering facility have now been approved by the borough Zoning Board of Adjustment twice but objectors will likely look to continue to try and block the project.After a Superior Court judge had remanded the matter back to the borough to allow for an additional public hearing, the zoning board on Feb. 8 conducted another hearing and, while continuing to face opposition to the plan, again provided approval for the venue, located at 1 Obre Place.The owners of the nearly 110-year-old picturesque site on roughly 18 acres, which has been a restaurant and more recently a catering site, say they want to improve the location. Their plans call for the work to be conducted in two phases. Phase one would involve constructing a 30,014-square-foot building addition to the current structure; building off-street parking facilities to accommodate about 329 vehicles; and providing ancillary site improvements, such as renovating the kitchens and restroom facilities and other amenities. The second phase of the proposed construction would involve building an approximately 4,200-square-foot addition, according to information in the zoning board’s resolution of approval passed by the board in December 2015.The owners are a six-member group headed up by James Kourgelis of Saddlebrook. The group owns and operates The Venetian in Garfield and Seasons venues in Washington Township, also catering sites. Kourgelis and his partners have owned Shadowbrook for approximately two years. Kourgelis had explained to the zoning board two years ago that Shadowbrook needed to be upgraded and modernized from its existing state to remain competitive in the marketplace. The improvements would allow the facility to book larger events and conduct overlapping multiple events, making the site more attractive to a wider client base, according to information documented in the approval resolution.Kourgelis did not return a phone call this week seeking an interview about his plans for the location.Shadowbrook is an existing non-conforming use that sits in an area zoned for residential use and is also home to Shrewsbury Borough Elementary School. Some residents in the neighborhood raised objections to expanding a non-conforming use, fearing the added traffic and noise will have a dramatically negative impact on their quality of life.Entrance to the Shadowbrook.The board, in its resolution, requires Shadowbrook’s owners to address some of the residents’ issues, by limiting music times, hours of certain larger events, and to increase buffering landscaping.Edward J. McKenna Jr., a Red Bank lawyer representing Shadowbrook, said “We listened to the neighbors,” and conducted a series of meetings with homeowners “and adjusted our plans to take into consideration the concerns of the neighbors who appeared.”An appeal lawsuit seeking to overturn the board’s approval was brought by Spruce Drive residents Richard and Patricia Windecker. During those proceedings, the court found that the municipality failed to adequately advertise the public notice and remanded it back for another public hearing for anyone who hadn’t had the chance to get their comments on the public record. That was held earlier this month, resulting in the board reaffirming its earlier approval.center_img Attorney Ron Gasiorowski, Red Bank, representing the Windeckers, said this week this is not the last word on the matter or the last time it’ll be in a courtroom.“I’ve been doing this for a long time,” said Gasiorowski, a veteran New Jersey land use lawyer, who specializes in representing objectors to development projects. “I have great sympathy for the plight of those homeowners,” meaning both the Windeckers and their neighbors. “These people believe in me and I believe in them. I’m not walking away from this.”McKenna also noted his 40-plus years in land use law, maintaining, “I don’t take (planning) applications I don’t think are in the best interest of the town they’re going into.”And in this case, “The owners here are incredibly intelligent people who have a great interest in this particular facility in the borough of Shrewsbury.”McKenna went on to say about the project, “I thought it was one of the most incredibly well thought out plans I’ve ever seen.”Objectors have 45 business days to file an appeal in Superior Court.The original Georgian mansion that is Shadowbrook’s main structure was built in 1907, serving as the summer home of the socially prominent Feinstock family. In 1942, the location was sold and began its life as a restaurant. It was then sold to the Zwebin family in the 1971, who first ran it as a restaurant and eventually converted it to a catering business until selling it in 2015.last_img read more

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PSL tweaks 2018 calendar; Petron takes on cocolife

first_imgStarting next season, the PSL will hold the import-flavored Grand Prix at the start of the year in accordance with the new competition calendar of the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) and the Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC).The Grand Prix, will be staged Feb. 17 to May 17 in 2018. It will be followed by the Challenge Cup beach volleyball tournament from May 26 to June 16.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkThe All-Filipino Conference will be from July 28 to Nov. 15. It will give way to the 6th AVC Asian Cup for Women in Thailand on Sept. 17 to 23.Meanwhile, Petron guns for its seventh win and a share of the lead when it clashes with Cocolife on Thursday in the Chooks to Go-PSL Grand Prix at Filoil Flying V Center. ‘The featured encounter is set at 4:15 p.m. Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny LATEST STORIES Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson 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 The Philippine Superliga (PSL) has rearranged its schedule for the next season to continue getting quality imports without encountering problem with the international transfer certificate of foreign players.“We decided to tweak our calendar in compliance with the new international calendar. Since our Grand Prix is within the international transfer period, it would be easy for us to invite foreign players for the Grand Prix, while making our players available for international competitions,” said PSL president Ramon “Tats” Suzara.ADVERTISEMENT Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Scribes honor Season 42’s finestcenter_img Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? MOST READ View comments Generika-Ayala and Sta. Lucia tangle in the other match at 7 p.m., with both squads hoping to improve on their standings.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’last_img read more

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