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FTC probes broadband privacy

first_img Amazon reels in MGM AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 27 MAR 2019 T-Mobile US chief predicts market rebound Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more Previous ArticleIndonesia towerco lets Docomo drone system flyNext ArticleKT completes 5G trial using Samsung Galaxy S10 Tags AT&TT-Mobile USVerizon Author Home FTC probes broadband privacy Verizon shuffles executives Related The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) ordered top broadband providers to share previously undisclosed details about their privacy policies, as concerns about data breaches and money-making methods mount.In letters to AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, T-Mobile US and Google Fibre, the agency demanded details on what categories of personal information they collect about users or their devices; techniques for collecting that information; whether the data is shared with third parties; internal policies for allowing access to the data; and how long it is stored.The FTC also asked whether and how user information is aggregated, anonymised or deidentified; if consumers can opt-out of the collection, retention, use and disclosure of their data; can users correct or delete their personal information; and if providers have denied or degraded a user’s service after they opted-out of data collection.Its move comes as the FTC steps-up pressure on tech giants in the wake of high profile data breaches and as concerns about how much control users have over their data grow.In 2018, US operators faced backlash following reports that third parties improperly gained access to mobile subscriber location information.Facebook, Apple and Google parent Alphabet were quizzed by politicians over their data collection and protection practices after the personal information of millions of Facebook users was leaked to data mining company Cambridge Analytica.The FTC is reportedly negotiating a billion-dollar fine with Facebook. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Diana Goovaerts last_img read more

Griezmann ‘returns’ with a stunner as Atletico stay alive against Roma

first_img CET 22/11/2017 Upd. at 23:59 Juventus 0-0 Barcelona: A draw which takes Catalans through as group winners Griezmann regresa y el Atlético aún cree en el milagro IN SPORT.ES However, despite a far from full stadium, those that did make it to the game showed their support for the under-fire Griezmann, who was jeered off by some supporters in Saturday’s goalless Madrid derby, by chanting his name from the start. Oblak, Thomas, Giménez, Lucas, Filipe, Koke (62′), Saúl, Augusto (Correa, 57′), Carrasco (Gameiro, 66′), Torres y Griezmann. The Argentine surprisingly left stalwarts Diego Godin and Gabi on the bench, whilst Argentine midfielder Augusto Fernandez made just his third start in a year after a serious of injury problems. Atlético 1-0, Griezmann (68′); 2-0, Gameiro (85′) Correa’s presence paid off though, as he was key to Griezmann’s moment of magic 21 minutes from time. Neymar turns it on as PSG score seven in Celtic destruction Fernandez’s deflected effort looped into the far corner four minutes before the break, but Dutch referee Bjorn Kuipers controversially ruled the goal out for a handball as the Argentine controlled before shooting. Roma Simeone showed some attacking intent early in the second half as he sacrificed Fernandez for the more forward-thinking Angel Correa. Árbitro ATL 2-0 Incidencias Kieran Canning (AFP)center_img Alisson; Bruno Peres, Manolas, Fazio, Kolarov, Nainggolan, Gonalons (El Shaarawy, 78′), Pellegrini (Strootman, 61′), Gerson, Perotti y Dzeko. However, the relief around the Wanda Metropolitano was palpable as Atletico at least ended a five-game winless streak at their new 68,000-capacity home. The English champions are now also in pole position to go through as group winners on 10 points with Roma on eight and Atletico two points further adrift. MATCH FACTS Champions League ROM Partido de la Jornada 5 del Grupo C de la Champions League disputado en el Wanda Metropolitano ante 56.253 espectadores. RELATED STORIES As they have for much of this season, Atletico lacked inspiration before half-time and, even when they did put the ball in the net, didn’t have luck on their side. Atletico could have had a second moments later on the counter-attack when Roma keeper Alisson got down well low to his right to deny Fernando Torres. Atletico’s poor prospects seemed to be reflected in coach Diego Simeone’s team selection. However, Atletico were nearly undone at the other end in bizarre circumstances when Radja Nainggolan’s mishit cross came off Jan Oblak’s near post with the surprised Slovenian scrambling back to cover his goal. Twice finalists in the past four seasons, Atletico’s remote chances of reaching the last 16 took another blow before kick-off as Chelsea swept aside 10-man Qarabag 4-0 in Baku to secure their place in the knockout phase. And two minutes later Gameiro made the game safe when he raced onto Griezmann’s pass and rounded Alisson before calmly slotting home from a narrow angle as Atletico scored twice in a match for the first time in two months and gave themselves a chance of salvation at Chelsea next month. Kevin Gameiro added a second five minutes from time for Atletico, who still need Roma to drop points at home to Azerbaijani champions Qarabag and beat the already-qualified Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on December 5 to reach the last 16. However, the hosts’ task was eased seven minutes from time when Bruno Peres was shown a second yellow card for a late challenge on Filipe Luis. The Argentine stretched to loft a cross from the byline to the back post, where the ball found Griezmann unmarked and ready to contort his body and smash home a spectacular overhead opener. Bjorn Kuipers (Holanda). Tarjeta roja a Bruno Peres por doble amonestación (84′ y 62′). Tarjeta amarilla a Filipe Luis (60′) / Manolas (7′). Atletico Madrid kept their slim chances of Champions League progress alive as Antoine Griezmann snapped an eight-game goal drought in spectacular fashion with an overhead kick to help see off Roma 2-0 on Wednesday. Goleslast_img read more

CWC 2019: ENG vs BAN and AFG vs NZ Review

first_imgImage Courtesy: Times NowAdvertisement 3weu8NBA Finals | Brooklyn VsjuxWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eejh( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) wpWould you ever consider trying this?😱7mwCan your students do this? 🌚335jRoller skating! Powered by Firework England returned back to winning ways after ousting the Bangladesh side while the Blackcaps made easy work of Afghanistan.Advertisement Match 1: England vs Bangladesh; Sophia Gardens, CardiffImage Courtesy: Times NowThe England side was devoid of Moeen Ali who was out for this encounter, Eoin Morgan named an extra pacer in the form of Liam Plunkett for the all-rounder. After being put into bat by Mashrafe Mortaza, the opening pair were shackled for the initial few overs before going all out.Advertisement Bangladeshi bowlers had no reply to the carnage put on by Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow. Roy, in particular, looked in great touch. The maverick opener raced to 150 with three consecutive sixes of Mehidy Hassan but was soon dismissed.The baton was soon switched over to Jos Buttler who continued his impressive run as well. A stellar cameo of 27 off just 8 balls in the end by Plunkett was a cherry on top as England finished with 386-6. Their highest ever World Cup total.Advertisement Shakib Al-Hasan stood out for Bangladesh with this third consecutive fifty. The all-rounder took things up a notch by converting it into a century. The target looked out of reach for the side as they succumbed to a defeat by 106 runs. Jofra Archer stood out again with the ball after picking up a three-wicket haul.Match 2: Afghanistan vs New Zealand; TauntonThe clash between the sides who are at the opposite ends of the CWC 2019 table started off in favour of the underdogs. Afghanistan, who were without the services of Mohammad Shahzad due to injury, roped in Noor Ali Zadran.The opening pair raced away to 60-0 in no time before calamity struck. Half of the side were back in the pavilion in no time. Hashmutallah Shahidi stuck around till the end for a well made 59, but it was not enough as they collapsed to 172.Martin Guptill was dismissed for a first ball duck to begin the second innings on a bright note for the bowling side. But the calmness of Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor ensured a smooth chase for the Kiwis, who reached the target with 18 overs to spare.Kane Williamson scored an unbeaten 79 while Ross Taylor fell two short of his fifty. This win propels the Blackcaps to the top of the table with them yet to taste defeat. Jimmy Neesham was adjudged as the Man Of The Match for his five-wicket haul.Read Also:Yuvraj Singh and Matthew Hayden indulge in a war of words on TwitterCWC 2019: Top 5 Ind vs Aus World Cup Encounters Advertisementlast_img read more

THUNDER STRUCK! Cup champs Griffith Swords Thunder knocked out in opening round

first_imgBasketball Ireland Women’s Super League: NUIG Mystics 70-76 Ambassador UCC GlanmireTop scorers NUIG Mystics: Kiera Gaines 23, Dayna Finn 15, Aine McDonagh 12Top scorers Ambassador UCC Glanmire: Claire Rockall 19, Grainne Dwyer 13, Alexis Eckles 10Half time score: NUIG Mystics 35-46 Ambassador UCC Glanmire Hula Hoops Men’s Presidents Cup (Round 1 – Knock out)LYIT Donegal 82-84 Keane’s SuperValu KillorglinIT Carlow Basketball 83-89 NeptuneBallincollig 20-0 Dublin LionsFr Mathews 99-76 LIT CelticsParis Texas Kilkenny 77-75 Ulster University ElksPortlaoise Panthers 70-64 Ej Sligo All Stars Basketball Ireland Women’s Division 1:   UL Huskies v Marble City Hawks, PESS Building-UL-Limerick, 17:00;Griffith College Swords Thunder v Fabplus North West, ALSAA-Dublin, 18:00; Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League:   Ambassador UCC Glanmire v Portlaoise Panthers, Mardyke Arena, 13:00;DCU Mercy v Courtyard Liffey Celtics, DCU Complex, 15:30; HULA HOOPS NATIONAL CUP FIXTURESHula Hoops National Cup quarter-finals (Pat Duffy Cup)To be played weekend of December 1-3rd with first named having home advantage.Moycullen v Pyrobel KillesterBlack Amber Templeogue v ÉannaUCC Demons v Garvey’s Tralee WarriorsDCU Saints v UCD Marian There were thrills, spills and upsets galore at the weekend as the opening round of the Hula Hoops National Cup got underway, dishing up some spectacular results across the board. Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: NUIG Mystics 70-76 Ambassador UCC GlanmirePyrobel Killester 78-64 Portlaoise PanthersCourtyard Liffey Celtics 66-65 Singleton SuperValu BrunellDCU Mercy 74-69 IT Carlow Basketball Hula Hoops Men’s Pat Duffy National Cup (Round 1 – Knock out)Griffith College Swords Thunder 70-75 DCU SaintsBlack Amber Templeogue 90-81 Belfast StarKUBS 47-101 UCC DemonsMoycullen 79-71 Maree Basketball Ireland Men’s Super LeagueUCD Marian 66-91 Pyrobel Killester Basketball Ireland Men’s Division 1:   IT Carlow Basketball v Ballincollig, Barrow Centre-IT Carlow, 12:30;LYIT Donegal v Scotts Lakers St Paul’s Killarney, Bishops Field, 15:00;LIT Celtics v Keane’s Supervalu Killorglin, SportsHub Limerick IT, 18:00;Neptune v Portlaoise Panthers, Neptune Stadium, 19:00;EJ Sligo All-Stars v Titans, Mercy College, 19:30; Monday 30th October 2017Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:   Griffith College Swords Thunder v DCU Saints, ALSAA-Dublin, 15:00;Garvey’s Tralee Warriors v Eanna, Tralee, 15:00;Moycullen v KUBS BC, NUIG Galway, 15:00;Black Amber Templeogue v Maree, Oblate Hall Inchicore, 15:30; Team representatives from the Men’s Super League pictured at the official launch of the Basketball Ireland season 2017/18 at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght, Dublin, where the Hula Hoops National Cup draw also took place. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile One result in particular caught the attention of basketball fans nationwide, as underdogs DCU Saints caused the upset of the weekend when they overcame reigning Cup champions Griffith College Swords Thunder in thrilling fashion, 75-70. Basketball Ireland Fixtures: October 28th-30thSaturday 28th October 2017          Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:   UCD Marian v DCU Saints, UCD, 19:00;KUBS BC v Black Amber Templeogue, Greendale, 19:00;Maree v Griffith College Swords Thunder, CC-Oranmore, 19:45;Pyrobel Killester v Garvey’s Tralee Warriors, IWA-Clontarf, 20:00; Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League:   Pyrobel Killester v IT Carlow Basketball, IWA-Clontarf, 18:00;Maxol WIT Wildcats v NUIG Mystics, Mercy Gym, 19:00; Hula Hoops President’s Cup quarter-finalsTo be played weekend of December 1-3rd with first named having home advantage.Fr Mathews v Scotts Lakers St Paul’s KillarneyBallincollig v Portlaoise PanthersNeptune v TitansParis Texas Kilkenny v Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin Sunday 29th October 2017 Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:   Belfast Star v UCC Demons, Methodist College, 15:00; Basketball Ireland Detailed Results – October 21st-23rd Basketball Ireland Men’s Hula Hoops Cup (Pat Duffy Cup)Moycullen 79-71 Maree – MOYCULLEN ADVANCETop scorers Moycullen: Cian Nihill 22, Brandon McGuire 19, Patrick Lyons 15Top scorers Maree: Eoin Rockall 15, Watkins Williams 13, Kenneth Hansberry 11Half time score: Moycullen 42-34 Maree “It was a sweet win to get,” admitted DCU Saints head coach, Joey Boylan. “It feels very good to get the win, especially in the Cup. It was always going to be a tough game, being up against Swords and especially in their place, but we never let them get a run on us.”Indeed, Swords, who had lost just one game so far this season, were left on the back foot from early on as Joey Boylan’s charges drove into a 38-42 point half time lead, with Men’s Super League September Player of the Month, Dee Proby, proving to be a massive thorn in the side of the Swords defence, top scoring with 30 points.Elsewhere, Black Amber Templeogue held firm to run out 90-81 point winners over Belfast Star, with a phenomenal display from Lorcan Murphy, which saw him net 30 points for the Dubliners despite the best efforts of Star’s Conor Quinn and Keelan Cairns.“We made hard work of it,” admitted Templeogue’s Mark Keenan afterwards. “The second half was a tight affair, it came right down to the last few minutes but I’m just happy we closed it out.”UCC Demons eased passed KUBS in style on Saturday evening at Greendale, while Moycullen did just enough to scrape past a determined Maree in the all Galway battle on Sunday afternoon.There was also Cup action in the Men’s Division One league, with the battle for the President’s Cup producing some big results. Cup holders Neptune got out of jail just in time against IT Carlow, managing to hold their nerve in the dying seconds to edge into the second round.Elsewhere, Paris Texas Kilkenny shocked Ulster University Elks with a big win at home, while Cup runners-up from last season, Ej Sligo All Stars bowed out at the hands of Portlaoise Panthers.In the Women’s Super League meanwhile, Courtyard Liffey Celtics and Singleton SuperValu Brunell dished up one of the games of the weekend, with just a point separating the sides at the final buzzer, and the Kildare team relieved to take the win.“It was a great win. We didn’t get off to the best start – it took us at least two quarters to figure out their strengths,” said Celtics head coach, Mark Byrne. “Once we did that, we played great defence in the second half. They’re a really tough team, smart and well-coached, so any win against them, you’ve got to be happy with.”Elsewhere, Pyrobel Killester bagged their first win of the season when they overcame Portlaoise Panthers at home on Saturday evening, while NUIG Mystics had to settle for second best in a close tie with Ambassador UCC Glanmire. Mark Ingle’s charges at DCU Mercy meanwhile made it two from two with a solid win over IT Carlow Basketball on Sunday afternoon. Basketball Ireland Women’s Division 1: Marble City Hawks 55-53 MeteorsFabplus North West 52-74 Fr MathewsUlster University Elks 72-78 Griffith College Swords Thunder Basketball Ireland Men’s Division 1:   Ballincollig v Fr Mathews, Ballincollig CS, 13:00;LYIT Donegal v EJ Sligo All-Stars, Bishops Field Sports Centre, 15:00;Ulster University Elks v Paris Texas Kilkenny, Ulster University Elks, 15:00;Portlaoise Panthers v LIT Celtics, St Marys Sports Hall, 15:00;Keane’s Supervalu Killorglin v Dublin Lions, Killorglin Sports Centre, 15:00;Titans v IT Carlow Basketball, The Jes, 15:30; print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Galway And Dublin Name Teams For Sunday’s TG4 LGFA All-Ireland Senior Football Final

first_imgGalway and Dublin have named their teams for Sunday’sTG4 All-Ireland Senior Football Final at Croke Park. Galway Manager Tim Rabbitt has gone for an unchangedstarting fifteen from the side that beat Mayo in the All-Ireland Semi-Final. Dublin manager Mick Bohan has made two changes for Sunday’s game. 2017 Footballer of the Year Noelle Healy comes into starting line-up, along with Jennifer Dunne.Niamh Hetherton and the injured Nicole Owens are the players to make way.Tommy Devane has more…We also conclude our preview of Sundays Final by hearing from Sarah Conneely and Sarah Lynch who both spoke to Tommy at the recent Press event. We start first with Dunmore McHales’ Sarah Conneally We now hear from Naomh Anna Leitir Mór’s Sarah Lynch The Galway Team to face Dublin in the All-Ireland Final is…1. Lisa Murphy (Kilkerrin/Clonberne)2. Sinéad Burke (Ballyboden St Enda’s)3. Nicola Ward (Kilkerrin/Clonberne)4. Sarah Lynch (Naomh Anna Leitir Mór)5. Orla Murphy (Claregalway)6. Barbara Hannon (Dunmore McHales)7. Charlotte Cooney (Claregalway)8. Louise Ward (Kilkerrin/Clonberne)9. Áine McDonagh (Moycullen)10. Olivia Divilly (Kilkerrin/Clonberne)11. Megan Glynn (Claregalway)12. Mairéad Seoighe (Clonbur)13. Tracey Leonard (Corofin)14. Sarah Conneally (Dunmore McHales)15. Roisín Leonard (Corofin)Bigmatch statsPathsto the FinalGalway:TG4 Connacht FinalGalway 1-12 Mayo 3-6TG4 Connacht Final ReplayGalway 3-7 Mayo 0-9TG4 All-Ireland QualifierGalway 1-14 Kerry 1-10TG4 All-Ireland QualifierGalway 2-13 Westmeath 1-3TG4 All-Ireland quarter-finalGalway 1-12 Waterford 2-4TG4 All-Ireland semi-finalGalway 2-10 Mayo 2-9For:10-68Against:9-41Scorers:Tracey Leonard 3-26 (14f)Róisín Leonard 1-13 (6f)Sarah Conneally 0-10Mairéad Seoighe: 2-2Megan Glynn 1-5Louise Ward 2-1Leanne Coen 1-1Áine McDonagh 0-4Olivia Divilly 0-3Nicola Ward 0-1Sinéad Burke 0-1Lucy Hannon 0-1DublinTG4 Leinster SFC FinalDublin 4-11 Westmeath 1-7TG4 All-Ireland SFC Qualifier:Dublin 5-15 Waterford 2-6TG4 All-Ireland SFC Qualifier:Dublin 3-20 Monaghan 0-4TG4 All-Ireland quarter-finalDublin 5-15 Kerry 2-9TG4 All-Ireland semi-final:Dublin 2-11 Cork 0-11For:19-72Against:5-37Scorers:Sinéad Aherne – 4-19 (2-0 pen, 13f)Niamh McEvoy 4-11 (0-6f)Oonagh Whyte 2-7Lyndsey Davey 2-6 (0-1f)Nicole Owens 2-5Caoimhe O’Connor 3-0Carla Rowe 1-6Noelle Healy 0-5Niamh Hetherton 1-0Sinéad Goldrick 0-3Kate Sullivan 0-2Siobhan Woods 0-2Jennifer Dunne 0-1Emma McDonagh 0-1Aoife Kane 0-1Lauren Magee 0-1Siobhán McGrath 0-1Éabha Rutledge 0-1 Back Row L-RBronagh Murphy, Riona Ni Flahartha, Lucy Hannon, Babs Hannon, Mairead Coyne, Roisin Ni Chonghaile, Lisa Murphy, Dearbhla Gower, Nicola Ward, Aine McDonagh, Louise Ward, Sarah Conneally, Sarah Lynch, Noelle Connolly.Front Row L-RLeanne Coen, Shauna Molloy, Orla Murphy, Fabienne Cooney, Olivia Divilly, Mairead Seoighe, Tracey Leonard, Sinead Burke, Megan Glynn, Charlotte Cooney, Roisin Leonard, Amy Coen.Missing: Ailbhe Davoren print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Paulo Gazzaniga the hero as Tottenham down Hornets on pens

first_imgDELE ALLI sealed Spurs’ shootout victory on his Milton Keynes  homecoming.The England star scored the vital  penalty after keeper Paulo Gazzaniga had saved efforts by Etienne Capoue and Domingos Quina.9 Dele Alli and goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga were the shootout heroes for SpursCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd9 Dele Alli was spot on as he equalised for Spurs with just under ten minutes remainingCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdIt was a crazy end to a crazy night at a crazy venue where we saw three sets of supporters watched two teams score four goals in normal time.The last three came in the final eight minutes as Spurs trailed and then led before Capoue’s 89th-minute leveller.At least it made the journey to Stadium MK worthwhile for thousands of fans who were delayed by road and rail problems worthwhile.Mauricio Pochettino fielded a stronger-than-expected team, despite making eight changes from Saturday’s 2-1 win at Brighton and giving Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen the night off.9 Erik Lamela thought he had won it for Spurs when he fired them 2-1 up in the final secondsCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd9 Isaac Success had given Watford the lead at MK DonsCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdMind you, he had to. Spurs took enough stick for moving this clash 50 miles without putting out a side full of kids.In fairness, Tottenham’s marketing department did a fine job of filling the stadium with as much club branding as possible to make it feel home.MK Dons followers might not have been too pleased — although AFC Wimbledon would call it karma! Tottenham even brought their own mobile club shop to compete with local vendors who did a roaring trade in half-and-half scarves.Though, surely, with around 1,000 seats snapped up by MK Dons season-ticket holders third-and-third-and-third scarves would have been more appropriate.Unsurprisingly for this most unusual of day trips, the atmosphere in the stands felt decidedly touristy.And on the pitch the match started like an exhibition game with neither team seemingly sure as to which should assume the role of the home side.Dele, the night’s main draw on his return to his former club, nearly gave the locals what they wanted to see when Lucas Moura’s volley across the face of goal was just too far ahead of the England midfielder at the far post.Watford’s ex-Spurs keeper Heurelho Gomes then got down well at the feet of Lucas Moura following his fellow Brazilian’s burst into the box.But it was the Hornets who finished the first half the stronger as Success fired a shot from the edge of the box down Paulo Gazzaniga’s throat before Marc Navarro tested the Spurs stopper from even further out.Spaniard Navarro was clearly just setting his sights as moments later his 35-yard curler flew just over the bar.9 Christian Kabasele was sent off for this foul on Dele AlliCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd9 Paulo Gazzaniga saved twice in the shootout to earn victory for TottenhamCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd9 The Hornets will be stinging after their cruel defeatCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdSpurs’ Toby Alderweireld then made a last-ditch tackle to deny Ken Sema a strike on goal just before the break.This should have shaken up Spurs going but they came out for the second half just as sluggish and went behind just 41 seconds after the restart.Isaac Success latched onto Kiko  Femenia’s pass and smashed a shot past Gazzaniga in front of the 4,000 travelling fans — plus 1,000 or so neutral ones!Femenia almost added a second goal just two minutes later as he shot straight at Gazzaniga.Full Premier League weekend preview including Chelsea v Liverpool and Man City v Brighton Dele, who was still known as Alli the last time he played a home match here, skied a volley way over and sub Heung-Min Son had a shot cleared off line by Ben Wilmot as Spurs looked doomed.But Dele levelled with an 81st-minute penalty after Christian Kabasele was sent off for bringing him down in the box.9 The Argentine goalkeeper came up trumps for Spurs in the Carabao CupCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd9 Tottenham are now in the hat for Saturday’s fourth round drawCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdIt was ten-v-ten by then though as Spurs right-back Serge Aurier limped off after Poch had used all three subs.Erik Lamela then looked to have won the game in normal time for Spurs with an 86th minute strike after being played in by Mousa Dembele.But, incredibly, ex-Spurs midfielder Capoue made it 2-2 with a last gasp shot that was deflected off Ben Davies.Dream Team’s football agents give all the news from the Premier League match week 6last_img read more

Gilas size key vs Taipei

first_imgMalditas save PH from shutout View comments LATEST STORIES Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Global Cebu settles for 2nd in Singapore Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim Gabe Norwood is also a no-brainer inclusion, as he will again be tasked to put the cuffs on Taipei’s deadliest gun. On Friday, he wound up as one of four players in twin digits in scoring with 10.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MRT 7 on track for partial opening in 2021 After 30 years, Johnlu Koa still doing ‘hard-to-make’ quality breads Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. center_img Photo from Fiba.comSame lineup, yet Gilas Pilipinas coach Chot Reyes hopes to see something different from his charges on Monday against Chinese Taipei in the first window of their Fiba World Cup 2019 Asian Qualifying series.Reyes did not tinker with the 12-man roster that pulled off a 77-71 decision of Japan on Friday night in Tokyo, but obviously, the firebrand tactician doesn’t want to go through the same scare when they battle the Taiwanese at 7:30 p.m. at Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao.ADVERTISEMENT Jordan delivers on promise: 2 Cobra choppers now in PH “Yes, [we’re playing the] same team,” Reyes said in a text message to the Inquirer. “We want to see improvement [compared to our first game].”After identifying some flaws in the game against Japan, Reyes and his staff decided to stick it out with the same team, leaving Raymond Almazan, Carl Bryan Cruz and Mac Belo in the freezer.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingGilas blew hot and cold against the Japanese, relying on its defense and the guns of Andray Blatche and Jayson Castro in the stretch to keep intact a winning streak against Japan that dates back to 2004.The Filipinos will be clashing with a Taiwan side that dealt them a very painful defeat in Manila four years ago, with Wen Cheng Tsai and naturalized center Quincy Davis III leading the enemy anew. ‘A complete lie:’ Drilon refutes ‘blabbermouth’ Salo’s claims MOST READ Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ The Fatted Calf and Ayutthaya: New restos worth the drive to Tagaytay Gilas has a deeper bench, and it is this depth that Reyes hopes to maximize as he got little from some of the more established players in his team like June Mar Fajardo, Japeth Aguilar and Calvin Abueva.Taipei will be coming into the contest fresh from a 104-66 shellacking at the hands of world No. 9 Australia, also Friday.Gilas will be playing with size against Taipei as Blatche will be joined in the frontline by the 6-foot-10 Fajardo and athletic 6-foot-9 forward Aguilar.Both Fajardo and Aguilar will be coming off relatively silent games after failing to score in twin digits and combining for just six rebounds against the Japanese.Castro will surely be a marked man, more so after showing the field how he took over when the chips were down for the Filipinos.He finished with 26 points on Friday.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

India go down fighting 1-2 against Oman in 2018 World Cup qualifier

first_imgIndia went down 1-2 against Oman in a FIFA 2018 World Cup football qualifying match at the Kanteerava Stadium on Thursday.It was India’s first match of the second round of qualifiers. India and Oman are in Group D along with Iran, Guam and Turkmenistan for the preliminary league with top two finishers progressing to the next phase of the competition. As many as 46 Asian countries vie for the four spots in the 2018 World Cup finals to be held in Russia.India fell behind as soon as the match began after poor marking helped forward Qasim Said score with a stinging left-footed shot within 20 seconds.The goal put the home team right on the backfoot and they were constantly under pressure, being pinned back to their half and rarely able to muster meaningful attacks.Indian goalkeeper Subrata Paul, the most occupied among the hosts, had to scamper to his left and right to keep India from conceding further.India, however, squared the contest against the run of play in the 26th minute. Striker Sunil Chhetri unleashed an excellent sudden left-footer on the turn from the edge of the penalty box to stun Oman, ranked forty rungs above India’s 141 spot.India grew in confidence after the strike but their defence again cracked under pressure. Debutant Dhanachandra Singh gave away a penalty bringing down midfielder Eid Mohammed, which was converted by striker Amad Al-Hosni.The momentum shifted towards the visitors as they went into the break with a 2-1 lead.The hosts put together an improved performance after the breather successfully keeping their stronger opponents at bay even putting the ball in the back of the net through Robin Singh in the 68th minute.advertisementBut his effort was deemed off-side. India pressed for the equaliser but never mustered to procure goal-scoring opportunities.last_img read more

11 days ago​Terry buys mansion near ex-Chelsea teammate Bridge

first_img​Terry buys mansion near ex-Chelsea teammate Bridgeby Freddie Taylor11 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Chelsea defender John Terry has bought a multi-million pound mansion a few yards away from ex-teammate Wayne Bridge.The two famously fell out when they were at Chelsea, as accusations emerged about Terry having an affair with Bridge’s ex-girlfriend.Terry is said to have engaged in a sexual relationship with Vanessa Perroncel in 2010, while she was seeing Bridge. The two never mended their relationship, but it appears they will be neighbours.Terry has invested £4.35million in a mansion that is in the same neighborhood as the one that Bridge owns with his partner.A source told The Sun: “It’s going to be pretty hard for them not to bump into each other. “They are literally just a few minutes walk apart. It could make an awkward meeting.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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