10 months agoLiverpool boss Klopp cannot rule out new Sturridge deal

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first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Liverpool boss Klopp cannot rule out new Sturridge dealby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp cannot rule out handing Daniel Sturridge a new deal.The 29-year-old striker’s future on Merseyside was expected to end in the summer after a failed spell on loan at West Brom in the second half of last season.But an impressive pre-season spell saw him keep his place this season and he has scored four goals despite making just five starts across all competitions.On whether Klopp could look to hand the England frontman a new deal to keep him at the club beyond the summer of 2019, he said: “We don’t talk about things like that. Nothing to say. “As long as the boys are here then anything is possible.” last_img read more

12 days agoInter Milan boss Conte accepts Juventus gap

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first_imgInter Milan boss Conte accepts Juventus gapby Carlos Volcano12 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveInter Milan boss Antonio Conte accepts there’s a gap between themselves and Serie A leaders Juventus.Inter were beaten by Juve before the international break.Conte said, “I don’t think there’s any harm in dreaming, which is true for every fan, player and Coach. You have to then be objective and see what reality has in store for us.“There is a gap and it’s a difficult one to bridge, as I arrived with two clubs (Juventus and Napoli) who have been building together for years.“We have just started our journey, so with hard work and clarity can improve to become competitive and make our fans proud of us. We need a clear mission for the present and what the future can become.“You can only become protagonists with hard work. We mustn’t set limits for ourselves, but at the same time be honest and realistic. That doesn’t mean this Inter won’t challenge in this Serie A season.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

CANADAS BEST DRESSED 2018 SEE WHO MADE THE LIST

October 15, 2019 0 Comments

first_img Facebook Canada is bursting at the borders with stylish fresh faces and fashion-forward industry veterans in every facet of stardom – from the silver screen and music to sports and daytime TV – so we’ve scoured the Great White North to bring you the 25 stars who help keep our country on the style map.Our listees come from the worlds of top tunes (hi, Shawn Mendes and Celine Dion!), high fashion (we see you, Grace Mahary and Victoria’s Secret first-timer Winnie Harlow!), the silver screen (think: Ryan Reynolds, Sandra Oh and Catherine O’Hara), sports (Tessa Virtue, anyone?) and more, but they all have one thing in common: a flawless sense of style that they truly make their own.Click through to see who made the list (in no particular order!) and find some major fashion inspiration, plus sartorial secrets for being stylish and confident at any age…Ryan Reynolds – Photo: © Getty Images Advertisement Advertisement Hometown: Vancouver, B.C.Recent Projects: Deadpool 2Keeping it simple: “I’m a real minimalist. I think [Blake Lively] looks at my closet and knows in her heart that I’d be so happy owning two T-shirts, two pairs of pants, some underwear and socks and that would be it,” he told People.Putting the ‘art’ in sartorial: “I think fashion is a fully legitimate form of artistic expression, so it’s one of the few ways we as human beings get to express ourselves without a giant canvas sitting in front of us,” he told the publication.Fashion fan: “I think he’s the style icon,” his wife Blake said at the People’s Choice Awards. “He’s my style icon.”.Celine Dion – Photo: © Getty ImagesCELINE DIONMusicianHometown: Charlemagne, Que.Recent Projects:Toured Asia and the South Pacific all summer and now wrapping up her Caesars Palace residency with Celine Dion – The Final ShowsFashion freedom: She told Vogue that she loves to play around with her style because it “gives [her] a bit of freedom when [her] life has been work, discipline; hard, hard work.”Traveling wardrobe: “The clothes follow me; I do not follow the clothes,” she told the glossy, explaining that fashion houses from Armani Privé to Versace send teams to Las Vegas for fittings before her Caesars Palace shows.Healing power of clothes: “I’ve always loved fashion, from as far back as I can remember,” she told People. “But as everyone knows, I’ve gone through some extremely difficult times in recent years, and I suppose that I’m spreading my wings a little bit more these days and doing so with the help of beautiful clothing and accessories.”.Sandra Oh – Photo: © Getty ImagesSANDRA OHActressHometown: Ottawa, Ont.Recent Projects: Her performance in Killing Evegarnered the first-ever Emmy nomination for an Asian woman in the Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series categoryRed-carpet secret: While walking the 2018 Emmy’s red carpet, the star revealed her comfort secret to People TV: “Oh, who has a platform? I can run backwards in them; I can moon walk!”She wears the pants: “I love them! I have a long torso, so the high-waist cut works really well on me,” she told InStyle of her favourite style of slacks.Collector’s edition: “I’ve been collecting blouses from the ‘80s for the longest time. It’s the best because no one else will ever have it,” she told the glossy.Shawn Mendes – Photo: © Getty ImagesSHAWN MENDESMusicianHometown: Toronto, Ont.Recent Projects: Released his latest self-titled album in May 2018 and is the new face of Emporio Armani ConnectedAuthenticity is key: “I just try to be very authentic with what I’m wearing, because that’s when you look your best,” he told GQ.The Mendes mainstay: “My daily outfit is probably just Chelsea boots, jeans, a T-shirt and whatever jacket I can find,” he shared with the glossy.Fashionable words of wisdom: “My number one style rule would be to try everything,” he added.Style icon: “James Dean … When I started doing shoots, I was so uncomfortable and felt really nervous and the only way that I could get through them was to really try to mimic and channel him,” he told the publication..JESSICA MULRONEYStylist and PR/brand consultantHometown: Montreal, Que.Recent Projects: Fashion contributor on Good Morning America and CityLine, fashion and bridal expert at Hudson’s BayStylish words of wisdom: “We are fed so much information when it comes to fashion – what we’re supposed to buy, what’s trendy, what we’re supposed to get rid of.” she told the audience on Good Morning America. “So, that’s a capsule collection. It’s finding those six pieces that you can mix and match, you can do day to night, you actually wear. They don’t just hang in your closet! These are the pieces that you will wear over and over again, so it’s cost effective.”Dressing down: “Most people believe that I’m out all the time, all dressed up. But in reality, 90% of my existence is spent at home, in my pajamas,” the mother of three has said. “I do not go out a lot. People are always surprised to hear that!”Canadian pride: “Being able to work with a true trailblazer, a woman who has paved the way for so many other artists was a real honour. I am a big supporter of Canadian fashion, so add that to the mix and I was in heaven,” she told InStyle of styling Shania Twain for the CCMAsVariety is the spice of life: “I’m not obsessed with fashion though, and I think that that’s what makes me a little bit different,” she told The Globe and Mail. “I really enjoy the creativity of getting dressed, but not in a typical way. I like to mix things. I don’t just go to one place and buy a bunch of expensive clothing.”.Winnie Harlow – Photo: © Getty ImagesWINNIE HARLOWModelHometown: Mississauga, Ont.Recent Projects: Making her debut on the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show runway in 2018Breaking barriers: “I’m proud of the recent changes being made in the realms of fashion and beauty. It’s amazing to be among the wave of rule breakers for diversity. I keep hearing this term ‘new norm’ but really, this was always the norm; it’s just beautiful that it’s finally coming to light,” she told Harper’s Bazaar.Style icon: “I have been loving Cher’s old looks. I’ve been looking through a lot of them and just seeing how she used to experiment with her hair, her looks and her outfits … Sometimes it’s hard to try new things, but she is living proof that you shouldn’t be afraid to experiment with your style,” she told Vogue.Fashion evolution: “My sense of fashion has developed a lot … I still have my ’hood style – I still like to wear my gold chains and my grills. I’m surprised I don’t still have a gold nameplate from back in the day,” she shared with Elle Canada..Coco Rocha – Photo: © Getty ImagesCOCO ROCHAModel and Brand Director at NOMAD MGMTHometown: Vancouver, B.C.Recent Projects:This summer she launched Coco Rocha Model Camp to mentor the next generation of supermodelsTwinning: “I swore I’d never be one of those moms who makes her daughter dress like her… but I am… and I’m not sorry about it!” she captioned a video with daughter Ioni during New York Fashion WeekIconic: “Elizabeth Taylor was the most glamourous woman in the world at a time when people didn’t really have stylists picking out every piece of clothing. She’s one of the most memorable beauties of the last 100 years”The more prints the merrier: When designer Christian Siriano asked her for The Fashion Spot if she prefers leopard or zebra print, Coco responded, “Both at the same time! Why not? I love a good print.”.Amanda Brugel – Photo: © Getty ImagesAMANDA BRUGELActressHometown:  Pointe-Claire, Que.Recent Projects:  The Handmaid’s Tale, Kim’s Convenience, Workin’ MomsUnafraid of a print: Amanda debuted some of her best looks during TIFF 2018 as Hudson’s Bay’s red-carpet anchor host, working with stylist Erica Wark. Of her day-one leopard look, the actress wrote on Instagram, “Thank you to my Canadian glam squad for giving me the confidence to go full ‘leop’ on Day One.”Feeling empowered: “[Canadian brand UNTTLD] encourages me to feel dramatic and strong and to apologize for neither attribute,” she wrote on Instagram after their Toronto Fashion Week show.The best accessory: After debuting a daring new hairstyle (a blunt wig!) and plunging gown at the 2018 SAG Awards, the mother of two wrote on Instagram, “God bless my team for convincing me that power is the only accessory needed.”Beach beauty: She feels most gorgeous at the beach “with wild, wind-dried hair, sun on my skin and a glass of wine in hand!”.P.K. SUBBAN – Photo: © Getty ImagesP.K. SUBBANHockey playerHometown: Toronto, Ont.Recent Projects: The defenceman for the Nashville Predators coaches kids in his Subban Defence League and has collaborated on menswear with RW&CO.Tastemaker style: “One thing I’ll always maintain in terms of my style and fashion sense is to straddle the line as someone who is creative and fashion-forward, but also someone who is classic, clean and sharp,” he told Sharp.Suiting up: “When you see a man in a suit, you see that as a sign of someone who is professional,” he told the magazine. “When I put on that suit, it also represents that I’m someone who should be taken seriously.”Personality is everything: “He’s got a very strong charisma and a strong personality and … that actually is very, very easy in dressing him is that we can reflect on that personality and the presence that he has in his natural character,” one third of P.K.’s suit styling team, Maud Marquis-Breton, told the Montreal Gazette. 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Zion Williamson Packed A Lot Of Greatness Into A Short College Career

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College basketball’s biggest weekend will be missing college basketball’s biggest star. After Michigan State knocked off Duke 68-67 on Sunday to advance to the Final Four, the Blue Devils are out of the NCAA Tournament — and that means we won’t see forward Zion Williamson again until the NBA draft. (Presumably.) CBS had invested a lot in following Williamson’s every move during the tournament, and with good cause. By at least one metric, Williamson had the best season in recent college history. But that’s all in the past now. So how weird is it that Zion won’t be present for the tournament’s finale in Minneapolis? And what can we make of his brief, brilliant stay in the college game, possibly as one of the final megastars of the one-and-done era?Williamson has spent most of the season as the heavy betting favorite to win the men’s Naismith college player of the year award. His money-line odds were as high as -700 (that’s roughly 88 percent without removing the vig) before his midseason injury, and they currently sit around -300 (75 percent). Other players could potentially take the honor when it is announced April 7, but it would be a surprise if Williamson were not the winner.If Zion does pick up the award, he will become only the third freshman (joining Kevin Durant and Anthony Davis) and 12th underclassman to do so in the history of the honor. It’s an elite award to earn, having been won by the likes of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bill Walton and Michael Jordan, in addition to KD and AD. But it hasn’t exactly been out of the ordinary for the Final Four to move on without the nation’s best player. Through 2018, the Naismith award winner has seen his team make the Final Four just 48 percent of the time — meaning roughly half of college basketball’s very best stars since 19691The first year the award was given out. have watched the Final Four from home. Williamson wouldn’t be the first to fit that description, and he likely wouldn’t be the last.But even among players of the year, Williamson would be unusually good — particularly by the standards of some recent winners:2We went back to 1996 in the table below because that’s the earliest season for which Sports-Reference.com calculates its win shares player-value metric. 2010Evan TurnerOhio StateGJr.6.8.247 2012Anthony DavisKentuckyCFr.✓9.9.310 2015Frank KaminskyWisconsinFSr.✓9.8.299 The 2019 Naismith winner will be announced April 7Sources: Wikipedia, Sports-Reference.com 2013Trey BurkeMichiganGSo.✓8.6.249 2014Doug McDermottCreightonFSr.7.7.261 1996Marcus CambyMassachusettsCJr.✓8.1.320 2019Zion WilliamsonDukeFFr.8.3.335 2002Jason WilliamsDukeGJr.6.3.213 1999Elton BrandDukeFSo.✓10.0.350 Zion’s place among Naismith Award winnersFor Zion Williamson and Naismith College Player of the Year winners since 1996, team Final Four status and win share statistics 1998Antawn JamisonNorth CarolinaFJr.✓8.3.271 2007Kevin DurantTexasFFr.8.8.280 2011Jimmer FredetteBrigham YoungGSr.8.5.256 On a per-40-minute basis, Williamson would have the most win shares of any Naismith winner since Andrew Bogut in 2005 (Bogut went No. 1 overall in the NBA draft that summer) and the fifth-most since 1996, period. And unlike some of the other names on the list above, Williamson wasn’t a one-man show dragging a bunch of weak teammates along. Duke ranked fourth in our pre-tournament Elo ratings — higher than the team of anyone ranked ahead of Zion in win shares per 40 minutes except Elton Brand (whose own Blue Devils ranked first going into the 1999 tourney).In that regard, maybe the best comparison for Williamson’s freshman season was that of Davis on the 2012 Kentucky Wildcats — a stellar, standout individual year on a highly ranked squad full of other elite NBA prospects. But while Davis got to the Final Four and ultimately won the NCAA championship, Williamson and Duke fell short, relegating him to a separate list of freshman phenoms — one including Durant and Michael Beasley, whose individual efficiency in 2008 was (amazingly) even greater than Zion’s this year — on teams that couldn’t get to the tournament’s third weekend.The end of Duke’s season won’t diminish the personal success Williamson had during his one NCAA season, nor will it affect his presumptive status as the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft. And few fans outside Durham will be crying for Duke, which had its chances to close out Michigan State late on Sunday but was unable to do so (in large part because Williamson took only one shot in the game’s final six-and-a-half minutes). Even so, the Final Four won’t be quite the same without Williamson’s dizzying array of highlight-reel drives, dunks and swats. Instead, the Season of Zion Williamson will come to an end with Zion Williamson nowhere in sight. 1997Tim DuncanWake ForestCSr.10.4.367 2018Jalen BrunsonVillanovaGJr.✓7.7.241 2006J. J. RedickDukeGSr.7.8.233 2008Tyler HansbroughNorth CarolinaFJr.✓8.7.272 2001Shane BattierDukeFSr.✓10.1.298 From ABC News: 2016Buddy HieldOklahomaGSr.✓7.6.232 YearPlayerCollegePos.ClassFinal four?TotalPer 40 Win Shares 2017Frank Mason IIIKansasGSr.7.5.230 2000Kenyon MartinCincinnatiFSr.9.0.398 2003T. J. FordTexasGSo.✓4.3.155 2004Jameer NelsonSaint Joseph’sGSr.6.6.243 2005Andrew BogutUtahCSo.10.9.358 2009Blake GriffinOklahomaFSo.9.7.332 Check out our latest March Madness predictions. read more

Mens hockey Ohio State completes sweep of Robert Morris with 31 win

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Ohio State redshirt junior goalie Sean Romeo during the game against Ryerson on Sep. 30. Ohio State lost 7-4. Credit: Wyatt Crosher | Lantern ReporterTwo late goals by sophomore forward Tanner Lacyznski were enough for Ohio State (5-1-2, 1-1-0-0 in Big Ten) to win a defensive battle 3-1 against Robert Morris (2-5-0, 2-3-0 in Atlantic Hockey).The Buckeyes found the net late in the third period on a goal by Laczynski off an assist by senior defenseman Janik Möser. Laczynski scored again, this time on an empty net, to ice the game and secure the fourth straight victory for Ohio State.The goalies made most of the highlights on the night, as neither netminder gave up a goal for over forty minutes. Redshirt junior Sean Romeo made 13 saves in the victory. Senior goalie Andrew Pikul stopped 37 in the losing effort.The first period ended without a goal, and featured equally low shot totals out of both teams. Ohio State ended the opening frame leading in shots 7-6.While the score remained 0-0 after the second period, the shot totals told a much different story than in the first. Ohio State outshot Robert Morris 15-3 in the second and had three attempts on the power play, but could not find the back of the net against Pikul.Ohio State found a way to break the scoreless tie in the third period on a goal by sophomore defenseman Matt Miller. Senior forward Matthew Weis and freshman defenseman Michael Rounds earned assists on the play. The assist was Rounds’ first career point as a Buckeye.The Colonials countered six minutes later on the power play with a goal by junior forward Alex Tonge off assists by senior forward Brady Ferguson and redshirt junior Michael Louria.Robert Morris almost took the lead on a goal by Luke Lynch five minutes later, but the play was overturned on goaltender interference, and the score remained tied at one.Ohio State returns to conference play next weekend with two home games against No. 8 Notre Dame at the Schottenstein Center. Puck drop is set for 7 p.m. on both Friday and Saturday. read more

Ivan Rakitic Ill get a forehead tattoo if we win World

September 18, 2019 0 Comments

first_imgCroatia’s Ivan Rakitic has made a jest of how he will get a tattoo on his forehead if Croatia wins the 2018 World Cup in Russia.Croatia who have never reached the final of the World Cup tournament before they secured victory against England to play France in Sunday’s 2018 World Cup final in Moscow.Helping Croatia reach such stage in World Cup is Rakitic and midfielder Luka Modric that have demonstrated to star players for Zlatko Dalic’s side.Reacting to the Sunday match Rakitic suggested he would mark Croatia’s success in a special way if his team beat France.Euro 2020Euro 2020 Qualifiers Betting: 06/09/19 Stuart Heath – September 6, 2019 With the international break in full-swing, here at Ronaldo.com we are going to take a look at Thursday’s Euro 2020 qualifiers match-betting odds.With a…“On my forehead!” Rakitic told reporters when asked if he was planning a tattoo if Croatia wins via Nation.“There’s plenty of space there, as you can see! But first I’ll have to ask my wifeRakitic made his debut for Croatia in 2007 and has since represented the country at UEFA Euro 2008, UEFA Euro 2012, the 2014 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 2016 and the 2018 FIFA World Cup, earning him over 90 caps.last_img read more

West Ham United Pellegrini desperate to help Jack Wilshere

September 18, 2019 0 Comments

first_imgWest Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini is desperate to help new signing Jack Wilshere rediscover his best form after injury-stricken years at Arsenal.The new West Ham boss is keen to help the midfielder stay fit this season with a view to returning to the England national team setup.Wilshere is one of the nine players to join up with the Hammers this summer, as the club took a huge gamble on the injury-plagued player.Pellegrini believes the 26-year-old is destined for greatness and is keen to help him fulfill his huge potential.“First of all he is only 26 and been unlucky with injuries, “Pellegrini said, according to Daily Stardeclan rice, england, West ham UnitedReport: England’s Rice gets death threats George Patchias – September 9, 2019 England International Declan Rice has received death threats.Rice a one time Ireland International, switched allegiances only this year. The West Ham United man played for…“As a manager, you can work in lot of different tactics, systems, but if you don’t have good players it is impossible to be a good team.“In the eight, nine years he played for Arsenal he showed he’s a different player. So if the injuries respect him, alone he will make the difference to us.“I have plans for him. We are always talking. Maybe he will not work the same as the rest of the squad. But I am not scared about that because the last two seasons he played a lot of games, at Bournemouth then Arsenal.“He’s a young player and he knows his body and I hope that he will be fit for the most part of the season.”last_img read more

Brighton manager warns of Danny Ings

September 18, 2019 0 Comments

first_imgThe Seagulls have received seven goals this season in four matches played and are looking for their second win of the seasonBrighton and Hove Albion are in 14th place in the 2018-2019 English Premier League standings.The team has played four games, getting one victory and one draw, but being defeated twice.And what is worst: they have received seven goals in four matches, by players like Romelu Lukaku, Mohamed Salah, and Alexandar Mitrovic.This is why the Seagull’s boss Chris Hughton warns of Danny Ings ahead of the Southampton match.Cristiano Ronaldo, Nemanja Vidic, Manchester UnitedVidic: “Ronaldo is the most professional footballer I’ve seen” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Nemanja Vidic opened up on how a 21-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo’s professionalism left him stunned at Manchester United.“You can have strikers and you can have number nines. A classic number nine that’s a hold-up player or a classic number nine that’s a runner,” Hughton told The Argus.“I think with him he has very good attributes in the forward area. If you want someone who can run behind, that’s very much him with his pace.”“If you want someone who can link a bit more, play a little bit more like a number ten, he can do that,” he added.“I heard one of his interviews and he spoke very, very well about his time at Liverpool. Even though he didn’t play as many games as he would have liked because of injury, I think his experience at Liverpool has helped his all-around game. And at the moment we are seeing that.”last_img read more

CINGSA Faces Opposition From Regulatory Commision

September 14, 2019 0 Comments

first_imgThe CINGSA facility has been in operation since 2012. It was created in response to challenges associated with declining production from the gas fields in the Cook Inlet basin. Back in November CINGSA submitted a request to the RCA for upgrades involving drilling two new storage wells, the installation of an additional dehydration train, and the installation of a new turbine gas compressor. The estimated total cost is $41 million. The facility injects gas for storage into the depleted Sterling C reservoir sands of the Cannery Loop gas field. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Cook Inlet Natural Gas Storage Alaska LLC, or CINGSA, received opposition from the Regulatory Commission of Alaska on its proposed upgrades to the CINGSA facility on the Kenai Peninsula.last_img read more

Yet another loses hand in road accident

September 3, 2019 0 Comments

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