Champions League

21 Mar 19
Latest Football News

Former Chelsea man Frank Leboeuf has been so impressed by Ajax's youth that he feels they have what it takes to get past Juventus in the Champions League. Juventus on Thursday denied a report that they are skipping the U.S. leg of the International Champions Cup for fear their forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, would potentially be […]

21 Mar 19
cricet news

Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo is fined 20,000 Euros (£17,700) by Uefa for a goal celebration in the win over Atletico Madrid in the last 16 of the Champions League. from BBC Sport – Football https://ift.tt/2Fpw8rs

21 Mar 19
Tips By Magaly

Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo is fined 20,000 Euros (£17,700) by Uefa for a goal celebration in the win over Atletico Madrid in the last 16 of the Champions League. From http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47658690

21 Mar 19
ProSoccerTalk

We analyze and rank the top six contenders for the Premier League Player of the Year award.

21 Mar 19
CBS New York

The New York Yankees open the season with likely baseball’s most accomplished injured list.

21 Mar 19
Saints Wire

The first NFL power rankings after the free agency signing period began dropped from Matthew Stevens over at Touchdown Wire, and they hold the New Orleans Saints in high regard. In fact, the Saints ranked second in the entire league. The only team placed higher was the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots — […]

21 Mar 19
The Inexorable Mind

THE FLAT IS BACK! Welcome to the inaugural Inexorable Mind Horseracing Competition, a free to enter fantasy game with a chance to win big. Make selections throughout the season and build your stable to compete at the highest level of British Horseracing’s pattern. Races Include all 3yo + Group Races and several Class 1 & […]

21 Mar 19
Q13 FOX News

Ichiro Suzuki was showered with cheers and chants Thursday night while taking his final bow in a magnificent career that lasted nearly three decades when the Seattle Mariners beat the Oakland Athletics 5-4 in 12 innings.

21 Mar 19
Evan Bernache

Photo by Jannes Glas on Unsplash Over the past 2 weeks was the round of sixteen of the Champions League (European main soccer competition), where the best out of 2 legs advance to quarter finals (when there is a tie after the 2 legs, the one who has scored more goals away (at the other’s […]

21 Mar 19
High Velocity Sport

All signs point towards Matthijs de Ligt to Barcelona https://ift.tt/2Wi4VOt A number of reports across the Spanish media today have suggested that Barcelona are inching closer to sealing a deal for Ajax star Matthijs de Ligt. Ajax prodigy de Ligt, a 19-year-old central defender, is widely-regarded as one of, if not the finest young talent […]

21 Mar 19
Whittier Daily News
WHITTIER DAILY NEWS’ 2018-19 GIRLS BASKETBALL ALL-AREA TEAM DAILY NEWS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Donteylor Maxwell, El Rancho, Forward, Senior The Del Rio League is home to some of the best girls basketball players in the area. Over at La Serna there was the duo of Izabella Apodaca and Rosalie Avalos. Santa Fe had their star player in JoAnna Stroud. However, when you ask coaches in the league who was the best overall player, they all came up with the same answer, Donteylor Maxwell. For the past two seasons, the 5-foot-11 center provided outstanding production for a program that has produced its fair share of outstanding players. With teams focusing their attention on her, Maxwell was still able to demonstrate that she was the best player in the area with an eye-popping 19 points and nine rebounds a game. Coupled with the shooting prowess of Jaylene Oviedo, they helped the Dons to their fifth-straight season of winning at least 20 games and a share of the Del Rio League title. For her outstanding play during the 2018-19 season, Maxwell has been named the Whittier Daily News Girls Basketball Player of the Year. “It was a good run for our team and for my teammates,” said Maxwell, who was selected to the All-Area team in 2018. “I was very happy with the effort and everything that came from it.” With the notoriety comes the burden of being the one player that teams wanted to stop when they faced off against El Rancho. According to Maxwell, she wasn’t distracted by the attention from other teams. “I just continue playing and being who I am,” Maxwell said. “One of the main strengths as a player has been my post moves. It’s one of my main strengths when I am on the basketball court.” Maxwell gives a lot of her credit to El Rancho’s coach Randy Shigezane for the development of her game. “He is an incredible coach and I was so glad that he was able to coach me,” Maxwell said. “He cares a lot about his girls. Everything that I’ve accomplished has been because of him. He pushes me on and of the court – he is incredible.” Coach of the year Zachary Cokely of Santa Fe basketball during All-Area Portraits on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 in Monrovia, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG) DAILY NEWS COACH OF THE YEAR: Zach Cokely, Santa Fe  Zach Cokely is finding out that when you win a CIF-SS Championship, there is a certain level of celebrity when you walk around the school campus. And his team did just that, winning the CIF-SS Division 4A title. “People come up to you and say congratulations on winning a championship,” Cokely said. “Some people I’ve never met before – but if a very good feeling.” Cokely wasn’t getting any of those accolades entering the playoffs as the Chiefs finished in fourth place in the ultra-competitive Del Rio League and were awarded a wild-card berth to make the playoffs. But the Chiefs made the most of the opportunity, winning the program’s first sectional title and advancing to the Division IV state semifinals. For his accomplishments in the 2018-19 season, Cokely has been selected the Whittier Daily News Girls Basketball Coach of the Year. “We lost to the co-league champions by four points,” said Cokely when asked about the parody in the league. “It’s a battle every night and it’s great. I love these close games, going up against these greet coaches, it makes us better. Cokely just completed his second season at Santa Fe. It has become obvious that he has clearly changed the culture of a program that was not been used to seeing success on a regular basis. “You have to put the work in and be confident in yourself along with being patient,” Cokely said. “The biggest thing that we had to do from a culture point of view was to get our girls to love the game. We got a big group of girls that really love the game and that love being together. That was the biggest thing that helped us being successful this season.” DAILY NEWS ALL-AREA TEAM FIRST TEAM Guard: Ludovica Albanelli, St. Paul, So. Guard: Izabella Apodaca, La Serna, Sr. Guard: Joleen Corona, Whittier Christian, Jr. Guard: Raylene Cosio, Pioneer, Sr. Guard: Shanece Garrett, Sonora, Sr. Guard: Justine Nieto, St. Paul, Sr. Guard: Jaylene Oviedo, El Rancho, Jr. Forward: Rosalie Avalos, La Serna, So. Forward: JoAnna Stroud, Santa Fe, Jr. Forward: Guadalupe Vasquez, Cantwell Sacred Heart, Jr. Center: Clarissa Watkins, Whittier Christian, Sr. SECOND TEAM  Guard: Allie Llamas, Whittier, Sr. Guard: Alejah Navarro, California, Sr. Guard: Nicole Robles, California, Sr. Guard: Valerie Huerta, St. Paul, So. Guard: Rebecca Pereida, Montebello, Sr. Guard: Jasmine Montes de Oca, Schurr, Sr. Guard: Brooklyn Vega, La Serna, So. Forward: Aidan Sherfey, Whittier Christian, Fr. Forward: Julissa Chavez, Pioneer, Fr. Forward: Jessica Berry, Sonora, So. Forward: Johovana Villegas, El Rancho, Sr. Forward: Madison Tavera, Whittier, So. Center: Janelle Ramos, La Mirada, Sr.  
21 Mar 19
SCNG
WHITTIER DAILY NEWS’ 2018-19 GIRLS BASKETBALL ALL-AREA TEAM DAILY NEWS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Donteylor Maxwell, El Rancho, Forward, Senior The Del Rio League is home to some of the best girls basketball players in the area. Over at La Serna there was the duo of Izabella Apodaca and Rosalie Avalos. Santa Fe had their star player in JoAnna Stroud. However, when you ask coaches in the league who was the best overall player, they all came up with the same answer, Donteylor Maxwell. For the past two seasons, the 5-foot-11 center provided outstanding production for a program that has produced its fair share of outstanding players. With teams focusing their attention on her, Maxwell was still able to demonstrate that she was the best player in the area with an eye-popping 19 points and nine rebounds a game. Coupled with the shooting prowess of Jaylene Oviedo, they helped the Dons to their fifth-straight season of winning at least 20 games and a share of the Del Rio League title. For her outstanding play during the 2018-19 season, Maxwell has been named the Whittier Daily News Girls Basketball Player of the Year. “It was a good run for our team and for my teammates,” said Maxwell, who was selected to the All-Area team in 2018. “I was very happy with the effort and everything that came from it.” With the notoriety comes the burden of being the one player that teams wanted to stop when they faced off against El Rancho. According to Maxwell, she wasn’t distracted by the attention from other teams. “I just continue playing and being who I am,” Maxwell said. “One of the main strengths as a player has been my post moves. It’s one of my main strengths when I am on the basketball court.” Maxwell gives a lot of her credit to El Rancho’s coach Randy Shigezane for the development of her game. “He is an incredible coach and I was so glad that he was able to coach me,” Maxwell said. “He cares a lot about his girls. Everything that I’ve accomplished has been because of him. He pushes me on and of the court – he is incredible.” Coach of the year Zachary Cokely of Santa Fe basketball during All-Area Portraits on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 in Monrovia, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG) DAILY NEWS COACH OF THE YEAR: Zach Cokely, Santa Fe  Zach Cokely is finding out that when you win a CIF-SS Championship, there is a certain level of celebrity when you walk around the school campus. And his team did just that, winning the CIF-SS Division 4A title. “People come up to you and say congratulations on winning a championship,” Cokely said. “Some people I’ve never met before – but if a very good feeling.” Cokely wasn’t getting any of those accolades entering the playoffs as the Chiefs finished in fourth place in the ultra-competitive Del Rio League and were awarded a wild-card berth to make the playoffs. But the Chiefs made the most of the opportunity, winning the program’s first sectional title and advancing to the Division IV state semifinals. For his accomplishments in the 2018-19 season, Cokely has been selected the Whittier Daily News Girls Basketball Coach of the Year. “We lost to the co-league champions by four points,” said Cokely when asked about the parody in the league. “It’s a battle every night and it’s great. I love these close games, going up against these greet coaches, it makes us better. Cokely just completed his second season at Santa Fe. It has become obvious that he has clearly changed the culture of a program that was not been used to seeing success on a regular basis. “You have to put the work in and be confident in yourself along with being patient,” Cokely said. “The biggest thing that we had to do from a culture point of view was to get our girls to love the game. We got a big group of girls that really love the game and that love being together. That was the biggest thing that helped us being successful this season.” DAILY NEWS ALL-AREA TEAM FIRST TEAM Guard: Ludovica Albanelli, St. Paul, So. Guard: Izabella Apodaca, La Serna, Sr. Guard: Joleen Corona, Whittier Christian, Jr. Guard: Raylene Cosio, Pioneer, Sr. Guard: Shanece Garrett, Sonora, Sr. Guard: Justine Nieto, St. Paul, Sr. Guard: Jaylene Oviedo, El Rancho, Jr. Forward: Rosalie Avalos, La Serna, So. Forward: JoAnna Stroud, Santa Fe, Jr. Forward: Guadalupe Vasquez, Cantwell Sacred Heart, Jr. Center: Clarissa Watkins, Whittier Christian, Sr. SECOND TEAM  Guard: Allie Llamas, Whittier, Sr. Guard: Alejah Navarro, California, Sr. Guard: Nicole Robles, California, Sr. Guard: Valerie Huerta, St. Paul, So. Guard: Rebecca Pereida, Montebello, Sr. Guard: Jasmine Montes de Oca, Schurr, Sr. Guard: Brooklyn Vega, La Serna, So. Forward: Aidan Sherfey, Whittier Christian, Fr. Forward: Julissa Chavez, Pioneer, Fr. Forward: Jessica Berry, Sonora, So. Forward: Johovana Villegas, El Rancho, Sr. Forward: Madison Tavera, Whittier, So. Center: Janelle Ramos, La Mirada, Sr.  
21 Mar 19
Jaya Surya

From glitz and glamour to controversy and cricket, obviously, every edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), has never failed to serve its spectators with perfect entertainment. This year too, it has come again,slightly earlier neverthless nothing lesser. The twelfth edition of the IPL will commence on 23rd March and will go on for around […]

21 Mar 19
News Trends & Tech

Cristiano Ronaldo has been fined 20,000 euros by UEFA for making a provocative gesture after Juventus beat Atletico Madrid in the Champions League           from USATODAY – Sports Top Stories https://ift.tt/2FrUQc0

21 Mar 19
News Trends & Tech

A group representing European soccer fans has urged UEFA to enforce stricter rules preventing clubs from raising prices for Champions League games           from USATODAY – Sports Top Stories https://ift.tt/2HC7Huy