SOUTHAMPTON, England (CMC):Speedsters Shannon Gabriel and Alzarri Joseph rocked England in the final session with fiery spells as the hosts collapsed spectacularly losing five wickets for 30 runs in a nightmare 75-ball period, to leave West Indies with an excellent chance of winning the opening Test.Cruising at 249 for three late on the penultimate day with Zak Crawley and captain Ben Stokes well entrenched, England suddenly lost their way in the face of Gabriel and Joseph’s hostility, and limped to the close on 284 for eight – a lead of 170 runs heading into today’s pivotal final day at the Ageas Bowl.Gabriel finished with three for 62, while Joseph claimed two for 40 to rescue a day, which seemed headed England’s way from the outset.Part-time off-spinner Roston Chase had earlier taken two for 71, his wickets coming in the first and second sessions respectively.Zak Crawley, in only his fifth Test, top-scored with a career-best 76, while opener Dom Sibley chipped in with exactly 50 – his second half-century in his seventh Test.For the second time in the match, Stokes got a start but failed to carry on when he perished for 46, while opener Rory Burns hit 42 in a 72-run opening stand with Sibley, which got England away to an excellent start once they resumed on 15 without loss.Having won the first session to be 79 for one at lunch and also dominated the second to be 168 for three at tea, England seemed poised to bat West Indies out of the game in the final session, especially with Crawley and Stokes taking control. The 22-year-old Crawley, unbeaten on 38 at tea, struck eight fours off 127 balls while the left-handed Stokes, yet to score at the final interval, faced 79 deliveries and blasted six fours.Boundaries flowed at the start of the final session, Crawley punching Chase to the ropes at cover to move into the 40s before collecting two more fours through point in the bowler’s next over – the first a cut and the second a reverse sweep – to bring up his second Test fifty. BOWLING INEFFECTIVE Chase, bowling in tandem with part-time off-spinner Kraigg Brathwaite, proved ineffective and even when Gabriel and the wicket-less Kemar Roach were handed the second new ball after 11 overs, there was no immediate success for West Indies.But captain Jason Holder quickly rung the changes, introducing himself for Gabriel and struck in his second over, removing Stokes to a catch by Shai Hope at the first of two gullies, the left-hander sparring at a widish ball that lifted.Stokes’ dismissal opened the floodgates for West Indies and the tide of the game shifted. In the following over, Crawley chipped a return catch to Joseph and Jos Buttler perished four overs later, bowled off the inside edge to Joseph for nine after being reprieved by DRS in the previous over when he was adjudged lbw to Holder.With England reeling on 265 for six and just under half-hour left in the day, Holder summoned Gabriel again and he provided two key strikes in the second over of his new spell. SCOREBOARD ENGLAND 1st Innings 204WEST INDIES 1st Innings 318ENGLAND 2nd Innings(overnight 15 without loss)R Burns c Campbell b Chase 42D Sibley c wkp Dowrich b Gabriel 50J Denly c Holder b Chase 29Z Crawley c and b Joseph 76*B Stokes c Hope b Holder 46O Pope b Gabriel 12+J Buttler b Joseph 9D Bess b Gabriel 3J Archer not out 5M Wood not out 1Extras (lb9, nb2) 11TOTAL (8 wkts, 104 overs) 284To bat: J Anderson.Fall of wickets: 1-72 (Burns), 2-113 (Sibley), 3-151 (Denly), 4-249 (Stokes), 5-253 (Crawley), 6-265 (Buttler), 7-278 (Bess), 8-279 (Pope)Bowling: Roach 22-8-50-0, Gabriel 18-3-62-3, Holder 20-8-43-1, Chase 25-6-71-2, Joseph 16-2-40-2, Brathwaite 3-0-9-0.Position: England lead by 170 runs with two second innings wickets remaining.Toss: England.Umpires: Richard Kettleborough, Richard Illingworth; TV – Michael Gough
Western Storm Surrey County Cricket Club Yorkshire County Cricket Club Loughborough University Host Details Loughborough Lightning Team Name Yorkshire Diamonds Southern Vipers Somerset County Cricket Club, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club, University of Exeter Lancashire County Cricket Board with partners The Western Storm will be one of the six sides taking part in the round-robin Twenty20 competition this summer which will see 90 of the most talented female players from England and across the world competing in this ground breaking tournament.The competition will run from Saturday, July 30th to Sunday, August 14th and will feature 15 group matches in 16 days, all culminating with Finals Day on Sunday, August 21st at the Essex County Ground, Chelmsford.During this competition, Western Storm will play one game at the Bristol County Ground, against Surrey Stars, on Sunday, August 7th.The complete list of teams is as follows: Lancashire Thunder Hampshire Cricket with partners The Western Storm will make their competitive debut on Sunday, July 31st when they welcome Lancashire Thunder to the Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton. The team’s full list of fixtures is as follows:Sunday, July 31st – Western Storm v Lancashire Thunder at the Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton.Friday, August 5th – Loughborough Lightning v Western Storm at Haselgrave.Sunday, August 7th – Western Storm v Surrey Stars at the Bristol County Ground.Friday, August 12th – Western Storm v Southern Vipers at the Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton. Sunday, August 14th – Yorkshire Diamonds v Western Storm at Headingley .ECB Director of England Women’s Cricket, Clare Connor, said: “Today represents another huge step towards delivering our vision of creating a dynamic, inspirational and high quality domestic women’s game in England. The fixture list includes some exciting prospects, and it is excellent news that Western Storm will host three of their matches – against Lancashire Thunder, Surrey Stars and Southern Vipers – at the Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton and Bristol County Ground.“This time last year the Women’s Cricket Super League was simply a concept, and now we have six exciting new teams, some innovative partnerships and a fixture list that includes at least 11 matches being played at seven different First Class grounds across the country.“As each stage of the process unfolds, we keep striving to push new boundaries. We are now looking forward to working with Western Storm and the other five teams over the next few weeks to reveal their kits, colours and brands, as well as the central competition logo and branding.”Following the announcement of the team name Somerset CCC CEO Guy Lavender said: “It has been a big week for the team. Yesterday we announced the appointment of the General Manager and the Head Coach and now we have revealed the name. This landmark tournament is tremendously important for the women’s game in this country and I am delighted that we are part of the consortium for the South West. I have no doubt that the Western Storm will be at the forefront of this new revolution in the women’s game.”The key aims of the Women’s Cricket Super League include the development of ever higher standards for the England women’s team with greater competition for places, alongside inspiring more women and girls to play cricket at all levels. It will offer new opportunities, a new narrative for the game and new role models, as well as a network of six new teams linked to their communities.The six selected hosts provide a strong geographical spread and encompass diverse partnership working from across the cricket and educational landscapes. In total, seven First Class counties, five Non-First Class counties and three universities are involved, creating a collaborative, imaginative and wide-ranging project. The Women’s Cricket Super League will expand from only including Twenty20 cricket in 2016 to incorporating both T20 and 50-over formats in future seasons. All six teams have been awarded hosting rights for a four-year period from 2016-2019 inclusive. Surrey Stars
BATON ROUGE – Les Miles has rapped with Snoop Dogg for his players.He dances for his players. He tries to make it fun for his players, light. He also has a doghouse waiting for them just in case and the occasional exit sign. And he has their backs, maybe too much sometimes regardless of their arrest records and videos of their wrongdoings.LSU’s football coach wants his players to know he is there for them so that they will win for him. He also wants his players to know he is there for them just because he wants his players to know he is there for them.“He always has our back,” middle linebacker Kendell Beckwith said. “Just about no matter what.”After a weekend of hell and heaven last Oct. 24-25, Miles’ players have his back more than ever. They are there for him.“It was tough seeing him,” LSU freshman tailback Leonard Fournette said, but he didn’t finish the sentence. He was describing how Miles told the team the Friday night before the Ole Miss game last week that his mother Martha, 91, had just died. She had been living in an assisted living center in Baton Rouge and had never fully recovered from a recent fall.Miles had planned to visit her that week, but put it off to the open week that would follow the Ole Miss game.On Friday night, Miles and his wife Kathy were at their son Manny’s high school football game. He is the star quarterback for University High. While at the game, Miles received a call from his offensive coordinator, Cam Cameron, whose son Chris plays for Catholic High along with Miles’ other son Ben. A fullback and linebacker, Ben broke his ankle against McKinley that night. So Les went to the hospital to be with Ben. His season was over. Kathy stayed at Manny’s game.While at the hospital, Miles received another call. His mother had died suddenly.Miles later went to the Cook Hotel, where his team stays on the weekends of home games on the LSU campus. He usually does not talk to his team this late on a Friday night. Players had just finished with their position meetings and were off to their rooms.“We never did that before,” Beckwith said. “I was hoping nobody got in trouble or anything like that. A lot of things were rushing through my head. It never came to my mind that somebody had passed away. It was very emotional because, I mean, all of us love our moms. So we just couldn’t imagine losing our moms like Coach Miles just did.”Miles wept in front of his team. Players had not seen this side of him.Fournette started a new sentence.“That’s a real man,” he said. “His son broke his ankle. Then he doubles back and got the news about his mother, who died. And he still came to see us. That’s a man. We had a heart to heart that night. It was an emotional moment because when he said that, I thought of my mother. And what would I do if I lose my mother?”It was a sleepless night for Miles, who just three years ago lost his sister Ann Hope Browne in a car accident in Addis near Baton Rouge, where she had moved along with Martha Miles after her brother got the LSU job in 2005. While an assistant coach with the Dallas Cowboys in 2000, Miles’ father, Hope “Bubba” Miles, died a few days before a game.“I had a rough night last night,” Miles said after his No. 23-ranked team upset No. 3 and undefeated Ole Miss, 10-7, with a late touchdown and dramatic defense in front of an electric and full Tiger Stadium in yet another memorable game of the Miles era.“Martha Miles, this is a great night, considering. I miss you mom,” he said. Miles still has two brothers, Mark and Eric, his family, and a football team.“We dedicated this game to Miss Martha for coach and for ourselves and for our family,” said Fournette, who gained 113 yards on 23 carries, caught two passes for 41 yards and returned two kickoffs for 57 yards.“Losing a mom is very drastic, and he loved her very much,” said LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings, who threw the game winning touchdown pass to tight end Logan Stokes with 5:07 to play. “But he didn’t want it to be about him. He wanted us to keep being focused on the game. He came in Friday, told us what happened, and obviously, we were very emotional.”But it was all about Miles.“I mean, deep down inside, we hurt for him, and we wanted to go out and do well and get a win for him that night,” said Beckwith, who led the Tigers with 10 tackles, including consecutive stops on third-and-two and fourth-and-1 plays in the final two minutes to halt a drive.“We could all feel for him,” said cornerback Jalen Collins, who broke up three passes. “You know, everybody loves their mom, and just imagine that. Having that type of loss is tough. We all talked about it after he left the meeting. We wanted to win that game for him and for ourselves. We had his back because we knew it was going to be a tough game for him to coach a day after losing your mom. It was emotional for him, and we wanted to make it easier for him.”Miles was hugged dozens of times by players before and after the game. After getting through the purple and gold swarm of fans that descended onto, and engulfed most of, the field for the first time since 2000, LSU’s players gave Miles the game ball.“We just wanted to play for him and play our hearts out,” cornerback Tre’Davious White said. “It brought us together. Even though we were already together, it made us that more tight and behind Coach Miles. We have his back.”And Miles felt it.“I have to be very honest with you, this football team responded very well,” Miles said on the Southeastern Conference teleconference on Wednesday. On Thursday, a funeral was held for Martha Miles in Baton Rouge. The Tigers, now ranked No. 16, will be preparing for a 7 p.m. game Saturday against No. 3 Alabama in Tiger Stadium after a weekend off.“Yeah, there were some extenuating circumstances as we went into that game,” Miles said. “The players certainly added to my ability to deal with personal circumstance.”
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer vividly remembers the times he’s had to match wits against Nick Saban when coaching at Florida.The Gators and Crimson Tide met three straight seasons. In 2008, Florida beat Alabama in the SEC title game, 31-20, en route to winning a national title. Alabama was undefeated and No. 1 and Florida was No. 2 with one loss.The next season, the Tide turned the tables on the Gators and prevailed 32-13, in the conference championship game en route to completing an undefeated season with a national championship. Both teams were undefeated as Florida was No. 1 and Alabama was No. 2.“The 2008 game was one of great games in college football history, in my opinion, where very evenly matched teams were going back and forth, back and forth,” Meyer said Sunday. “We scored right at the end to take a two-score lead. The second year, that was one of the best teams I’ve very coached against. They handled us pretty good. (Mark) Ingram was the tailback and they just dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides.”Alabama won the rubber match, 31-6, in Tuscaloosa in 2010. Undefeated once again, Alabama was No. 1 and Florida ranked seventh. Four years later, Meyer and Saban will meet again when top-ranked Alabama (12-1) plays fourth-seeded Ohio State (12-1) in the second semifinal game of the College Football Playoff at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans on New Year’s Day.Commentary: Meyer equal match to SabanMeyer said he will likely look at the tape of his games against Saban in preparing for the playoff game.“We’ll probably look at the last two,” Meyer said. “Maybe we will because our offense has adapted and changed somewhat, but I always like to go back and see because a lot of times there are some fundamental coverage concepts or front concepts that we’ll look at. That will mostly be on that side of the ball. I’ll check out a little bit of what they did in the past, but that’s about it.”When Meyer does take a peek or long look at those games, below is what he’ll see.[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3TjpfOwf_U&w=420&h=315%5D%5Byoutube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZ-5It2FMsA&w=420&h=315%5D%5Byoutube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDrktJxyIsw&w=560&h=315%5D
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has warned his players that they could easily still end up in the Europe League this season despite being unbeaten in their opening four Champions League group games.The Blues top Group G with eight points but face a tricky away fixture against Schalke next week, before hosting Sporting Lisbon in the final match on December 10.And after only drawing away against Slovenian side Mariobor in their last game in Europe, Mourinho is concerned.AdChoices广告“Chelsea can end in the Europa League, if we lose to Schalke and against Sporting,” he said.“We are not in a position to be worried about other results and teams [potential opponents in the next stage].”Defeats against both sides would mean that the Germans and Portuguese teams would finish above Chelsea if they also win their fixtures against Maribor.But a draw against Sporting would guarantee progress, while a draw with Schalke would almost certainly be good enough because of Chelsea’s superior goal difference.“The first objective is to finish second and go into the last 16,” Mourinho added. “And the second objective is to finish first. We don’t want the third possibility.“When we play Schalke, we are only focused on making sure we do not go to the Europa League.” Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Chelsea’s Under-18 side see off Arsenal Injury sidelines Chelsea youngster AkeChelsea set to make decision on FabregasNo Arsenal approach for Cech – MourinhoMourinho rules out Chelsea complacencyMourinho: Everyone fit for Schalke game
Liverpool’s links with Nabil Fekir have been something of a whirlwind. First claims came from France that a deal was agreed, and then it quietened down again, and then it was agreed again. L’Equipe have a rather calmer look at the situation in their Monday edition. First off, it’s clear they expect very much Nabil Fekir to leave Lyon this summer, and that’s partly because of the Liverpool interest.With no competition mentioned, Liverpool are therefore the obvious destination, but whereever the player ends up, L’Equipe believe the transfer ‘should’ happen.It’s claimed Jurgen Klopp’s club are ‘about to be begin talks’ to sign Fekir, and the French newspaper states that will be after the Champions League final against Real Madrid.This time there’s no fee mentioned, but Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has a tough negotiation reputation and he’ll extract every Euro from Liverpool that he can.Embed from Getty ImagesThere’s now enough claims from France to make this one sound more than just smoke, and Liverpool could be on the verge of signing themselves a player who can help open up defences when clubs sit back against Klopp’s onslaught, something which is surely only likely to increase.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameBuild a Beautiful City and Play With Your FriendsForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndo美術寶1對1在香港，少兒美術班多少錢？價值280元的課程免費領美術寶1對1UndoHero WarsGetting this treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoSmart Tech TrendOver 60? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoCNN with DBS BankThe New Role Banks Are PlayingCNN with DBS BankUndo
On January 7th, Calciomercato reported the Morocco international wants to ‘close the experience’ at St James’ Park and find a new club this month.So far, the 26-year-old has not been successful in leaving the Tyneside club and has less than a week to join another club.Having failed to make a single appearance in any competitions for the Magpies, another Italian website Tutto Mercato Web now claims the left-back is no longer included in Rafael Benitez’s plans for this season.Lazaar has previously played for Varese, Palermo and Benevento and the report suggests that he could return to Italy before the window closes.So far, there has been a ‘strong interest’ from Cagliari, who have made him their goal for January.With his contract at Newcastle set to expire in 2021, TMW doesn’t mention whether Cagliari are going to convert their ‘strong interest’ into an offer for Lazaar… but he sure’y wouldn’t be their ‘goal’ otherwise.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameChallenge Your Brain With This Must-Play Strategy Game. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoDating.comThe Most Handsome Men In Hong Kong On This Dating SiteDating.comUndoPerfect-Dating.comReveal Tung Chung As The Best City to Date for Love & RomancePerfect-Dating.comUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥Undo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50UndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoInstant Voice Translator43 Languages Instant Voice Translator Flying Off Shelves in Hong KongInstant Voice TranslatorUndo Last month, we relayed news from Italy that Achraf Lazaar is ‘approaching’ the exit door at Newcastle United.
Share on other sites SportsLogos.Net rams80 0 26,194 0 57,915 posts Followers 0 Central Hockey League team coming to Brampton, ON for 2013-14 Share this post What the…? Share on other sites 2,000 0 5,159 And so we await the inevitable addition of the Port Huron Flags. 0 So… They lost a CHL team, only to replace it with a CHL team… Share on other sites Sign in to follow this 1,123 Just a fan who happened to find this page. Share on other sites 16 Share on other sites Members Share this post 26,194 Jer15 1,454 posts 227 1 How this league is still around amazes me. This reeks of desperation from them. Even with the CHL deathwatch rumors along with some teams bolting for the “E” or NAHL.The Central Hockey League… The Big East of Hockey You guys are forgetting that Brampton also lost the Junior A. Capitals (technically they were merged into the Bramalea Blues). In the same year, the Bramalea Blues (who by the way, played on the same ice pad as my rec league team. There’s a little viewing area that I would guess seats 30 people, that’s it.) also ceased operations.I’ve lived in Brampton almost all my life (minus 2 years). The numbers of kids playing house league hockey is pretty good and it’s not easy to find ice time to rent in the city, but it seems to stop there. I went to a Battalion game earlier this season and the announced attendance was 2 thousand, I’d be surprised if there was 1 thousand there. (the pic below gives you an idea) I don’t know if it’s the large amount of people that live in Brampton who prefer sports like cricket or if it’s the over saturation of hockey in the GTA market. Probably both. Either way, hockey just doesn’t seem to work in Brampton. I’ll go check out a game or two for this CeHL team for interest sake, but that’s it. Location:Racine, Wisconsin Share on other sites 5,708 posts Share this post nash61 Central Hockey League team coming to Brampton, ON for 2013-14 329 35,626 posts GFB Members 1,123 Link to post Share this post SportsLogos.Net Yeah, my hunch that the league was moving its footprint north was correct. Wow. Link to post Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish 0 Members Link to post 0 DEAD! It makes sense if the league is looking to add a stable team in a decent hockey market with a fanbase. Whether or not the team will be run like an actual minor league team remains to be seen.Wrong forum though as this has nothing to do with logos… yet. sportstar1212 0 chakfu 1,555 Location:Richmond, VA Prev Sodboy13 Share on other sites Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators Posted January 24, 2013 0 19,560 posts Members Members Formally mr.negative15 Favourite Logos:Portland Buckaroos 1960/61 – 1973/74 Link to post 1,547 posts Link to post Share on other sites Frylock No, I am NOT making this up.There are not enough memes in all the world to describe the SHENANIGANS, TOMFOOLERY, and BALDERDASH of this…the CENTRAL HOCKEY LEAGUE…in BRAMPTON, ONTARIO?! Share this post 253 posts This topic is now closed to further replies. Man you guys sure showed the Ontario Hockey League. Posted January 24, 2013 Share this post 2,000 2018 NFC West Champs! Posted January 24, 2013 Members 199 posts 364 the admiral 26,194 0 3,735 BJ Sands Share on other sites Forums Home Share on other sites 0 Favourite Logos:Baltimore Ravens( 1999-Present)Washington Capitals Secondary (2007-Present)Baltimore Orioles (1966-88, 2012-)Richmond Flying Squirrels Virginia Commonwealth University Rams (2014-Present) Forums Home 28,703 posts A_J_H Phoenix is a bangwagon town The Invisible Members 94 Link to post 0 Popmart 5,159 I apologize for any decorum Share on other sites Sports Logo News Share on other sites 2,632 posts 44 1 7,283 posts Location:Nanaimo, BC Followers 0 Share this post Posted January 24, 2013 173 1,535 By MBurmy, January 24, 2013 in Sports Logo News 194 447 Posted January 24, 2013 194 chakfu Crap…now Mississauga will want a team too… Share this post Link to post 5,469 posts 329 Share this post chrysleraspen08 Link to post Members Sports Logo News 227 94 Posted January 24, 2013 Posted January 24, 2013 Share this post Posted January 24, 2013 Central Hockey League team coming to Brampton, ON for 2013-14 Members Popmart 364 194 docrocket Share on other sites 3,735 JackieMoon 959 Location:Chicago Members Share this post Share on other sites 0 Link to post 4,078 Location:Racine, Wisconsin Share this post All Activity Location:Chatham, Ontario, Canada Link to post docrocket Location:44N55 122W02 (aka Salem, OR) Frylock 0 I, IV, V Share this post Members BJ Sands rvrdgsfn 5,159 Link to post Members 0 Members 5,159 the admiral 4,078 Link to post 4,375 posts Posted January 24, 2013 Share this post “I see you’re drinking 1%” Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish Sign in to follow this Sodboy13 You guys are forgetting that Brampton also lost the Junior A. Capitals (technically they were merged into the Bramalea Blues). In the same year, the Bramalea Blues (who by the way, played on the same ice pad as my rec league team. There’s a little viewing area that I would guess seats 30 people, that’s it.) also ceased operations.I’ve lived in Brampton almost all my life (minus 2 years). The numbers of kids playing house league hockey is pretty good and it’s not easy to find ice time to rent in the city, but it seems to stop there.I went to a Battalion game earlier this season and the announced attendance was 2 thousand, I’d be surprised if there was 1 thousand there. (the pic below gives you an idea) I don’t know if it’s the large amount of people that live in Brampton who prefer sports like cricket or if it’s the over saturation of hockey in the GTA market. Probably both. Either way, hockey just doesn’t seem to work in Brampton. I’ll go check out a game or two for this CeHL team for interest sake, but that’s it.And the Capitals could barely draw their announced 75 fans. Doesn’t help that Memorial Arena hasn’t been updated since probably WWII 5,159 94 Page 1 of 2 Recommended Posts Share on other sites Favourite Logos:North Stars Location:GTA Posted January 24, 2013 8,272 posts Share on other sites 0 Sodboy13 1,123 Jer15 1,123 Runnin’ down a dream 5,159 Brampton Browns? (I’m allowed to make that comment…)Love it! 1,535 “We believe that Brampton is a great hockey market.” Has this guy ever seen the attendance at any hockey game in Brampton. The Battalion get 1,000 fans (or so they claim) at their games and the Bombers get a couple of hundred. He will be in for quite a surprise sooner than later. sportstar1212 Members Share this post Share on other sites Link to post Share this post Brampton Browns? (I’m allowed to make that comment…) Prev Members Share on other sites 19,560 posts Link to post Sodboy13 Location:Where we hear the Banjos playing! Posted January 24, 2013 Sports Logos DEAD! 16 3,735 Members 1,674 posts 44 4,078 44 So the CeHL merged with the IHL, which was actually the UHL, which a notorious crapshow. Whatever the name, it’s just the Fort Wayne Komets House League, right? Link to post 6,981 posts 0 Posted January 24, 2013 Posted January 24, 2013 2 Posted January 24, 2013 Link to post 959 All Activity I thougth the CeHL was folding last season? 1,123 16 So the CeHL merged with the IHL, which was actually the UHL, which a notorious crapshow. Whatever the name, it’s just the Fort Wayne Komets House League, right?Luckily the Komets and Icemen jumped ship for the ECHL this year. 2 Members 329 Share this post Location:Effington MBurmy 173 “We believe that Brampton is a great hockey market.” Has this guy ever seen the attendance at any hockey game in Brampton. The Battalion get 1,000 fans (or so they claim) at their games and the Bombers get a couple of hundred. He will be in for quite a surprise sooner than later.That’s my chief problem. If it was a good hockey market despite being somewhat outside the CHL’s footprint, I’d be OK with it. But the fact that the Battalion have a hard time drawing flies (mainly because of the oversaturated GTA market-the move to North Bay will be good for them) and the Bombers do even moreso…plus the fact that Canada cares more about junior hockey than pro minor league hockey…They’ll be lucky to last one season. Posted January 24, 2013 Members 959 rams80 chrysleraspen08 Posted January 24, 2013 Link to post JackieMoon 2,000 0 447 Next Members Great the city of Brampton lost the Battalion after this season, the Jr.B Bombers aren’t doing good, and now they are getting a “Central Hockey League” team for 2013-14 season.This is not going to end well. Link to post Share this post nash61 1,535 No, I am NOT making this up.There are not enough memes in all the world to describe the SHENANIGANS, TOMFOOLERY, and BALDERDASH of this…the CENTRAL HOCKEY LEAGUE…in BRAMPTON, ONTARIO?!Hmm… The Brampton Balderdash? Share on other sites IT’S KNIGHT TIME! Link to post Share this post 12,229 posts This league is so cooked. MBurmy Sports Logos Page 1 of 2 Posted January 26, 2013 Link to post Location:Back to Back division titles! First time since 78-79 (!!) 1,123 1,555 0 1,555 Memories… A_J_H MBurmy Members Posted January 26, 2013 173 Next 227 0 Posted January 25, 2013 Share on other sites 1 MBurmy 527 posts Share this post GFB Phoenix is a bangwagon town Posted January 24, 2013 Go To Topic Listing Location:Effington rvrdgsfn 5,708 posts 364 Just a fan who happened to find this page. 447
The base of the national football team in Boyana welcomed the first national team, which today begins preparations for the upcoming matches in the League of Nations against Ireland and Wales. The selected players of the selector Georgi Dermendzhiev appeared with a smile for the camp and laid their foreheads to measure their temperature. Among the first to arrive were Nikolai Mihailov, Spas Delev, Bozhidar Kraev, Todor Nedelev, Stanislav Rabotov, Svetoslav Kovachev, Strahil Popov, Galin Ivanov, Cicinho and others. Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.
LONDON (Reuters) – Mesut Ozil and Arsenal team mate Sead Kolasinac escaped unhurt after an attempted carjacking by knife-wielding attackers in North London yesterday, British media reported. The Dail Mail website said former Germany international midfielder Ozil was driving his black Mercedes when the car was boxed in by motorbike riders wearing helmets.A video clip accompanying the story showed Bosnian defender Kolasinac, who was a passenger, outside the vehicle and confronting the attackers.Ozil was shown in a photograph talking to police outside a Turkish restaurant. The paper said waiters and chefs had rushed to the players’ aid. “Ozil looked absolutely terrified, as anybody would after being chased by men with knives,” witness Azuka Alintah told the website.“He looked like he was running for his life. And I suppose he was.”Arsenal said both players were fine and the incident was being treated as a “private matter.” Police said they were called out shortly after 1700 local time after reports of an attempted robbery.“It was reported that suspects on motorbikes had attempted to rob a man who was driving a car,” a spokesman said.“The driver, along with his passenger, managed to get away unharmed and travelled to a restaurant in Golders Green, where they were spoken to by officers. There have been no arrests. Enquiries continue.”