Loading… Promoted Content10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeUnderappreciated Movies You Missed In 20198 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet20 Historical Things You Won’t Believe Actually HappenedTop 10 TV Friends Who Used To Be Enemies2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year9 Movie Scenes That Got Re-Shot And Saved The Whole Movie8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets5 Reasons To Wait For The Solo Black Widow MovieHere Are The Top 10 Tiniest Mobile Phones On The Planet!7 Train Stations In The World You Wish To Stay At Longer Dessers had been snubbed by the Belgium national team Manager, Roberto Martinez, in recent games in spite of the Striker’s form. But, his desire to play for Nigeria was something Dessers had expressed in his days with Utrecht; when he first addressed his eligibility to play for the three-time African Champions. He is currently the top goalscorer in the Dutch Eredivisie with 15 goals and 5 assists. Read Also:Super Eagles Chance: Hard work will do the magic for me -Dessers Next month Nigeria will face Sierra Leone in a double header 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying tie and the Eagles head Coach Gernot Rohr could name the player. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Cyriel Dessers is set for Super Eagles outing by securing Nigerian international passport. Cyriel Dessers Recently, NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, revealed that the Belgium-born striker was close to completing his switch at FIFA level and will be eligible for selection in Nigeria’s upcoming games. Per Bob Faesen [hbvl], the 25-year-old Heracles Almelo Striker was issued his Nigerian passport on Tuesday and can now play for the Super Eagles.Advertisement
Promoted Content10 Most Praised Historical Movies40 Child Stars Who Look Incredibly Gorgeous As Adults7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist MagnetsPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyThe Network’s Greatest Shows On HBOBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made5 Reasons Why The Black Widow Solo Movie Will Be Awesome10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest PocketThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti The 21-year-old midfielder has played 34 times this season, attracting both Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur. And Ferdinand is confident Eze is good enough to play for the Three Lions. “A lot of the time you need to be in the Premier League to be recognised but he has shown the kind of form and, if he continues to develop in the way he is developing and keeps showing the type of football he has been playing, he is certainly going to put himself in the frame,” the former QPR and Tottenham striker told Sky Sports. “People are going to start talking about him playing for England. “He came through and we have got a few others at the club too. Bright Osayi-Samuel is doing extremely well, as is Ryan Manning at left-back. He is not English but he is in the Ireland set-up. “We have got a few young players coming through the system now who we are really excited about. Read Also:Mourinho intensifies bid for QPR midfielder Eberechi Eze “They are helping us in our campaign this season to finish as high up the league as we possibly can.” The player last year turned down the opportunity to play for Nigeria. Eze has been one of the QPR’s best performers this season, scoring six goals from a midfield position to attract interest from Nigeria’s Franco-German manager. Reports revealed that Nigeria coach, Gernot Rohr, had approached Eze to switch allegiance to Nigeria from England, the country he represented at U19 level last year but the midfielder reportedly told the Super Eagles handler to give him more time to think about it, as he’s been assured a place in England U-21 Euro 2021 qualifiers squad. Ebere Eze had previously trained with Super Eagles in 2017 during their training camp in London, with Nigeria confident he commits his future to the country, but everything went cold following a suspected pressure from the English FA. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Queens Park Rangers director of football, Les Ferdinand, believes Eberechi Eze could win a spot in the England squad. Loading…
He reminded consumers to be conscientious electricity usersfollowing the increase in Ceneco rate beginning this month – by P1.0659 perkilowatt hour (kWh). He attributed the increase to the hike in generation, transmissionand system loss charges, subsidies, and value added tax. Conserve energy, said Jose Taniongon, officer-in-charge of theCentral Negros Electric Cooperative (Ceneco). Norman Pollentes, department manager of Ceneco Corporate Planning,clarified that all power contracts of Ceneco could not be implemented withoutthe approval of the ERC. BACOLOD City – Want to avoid paying high electricity bills? Taniongon said, “The rate for the billing month of December 2019is P10.4678/kWh, an increase of P1.0659/kWh from last month’s rate ofP9.4019/kWh.” In a related development, Ceneco held a press conference onWednesday with Wennie Sancho, secretary general of Power Watch-Negros (PowerWatch) in relation to Sancho’s letter to Ceneco board of directors dated Dec. 9seeking clarification on the alleged “power overcontracting” by Cenecowith some power generators. Hence, according to Sancho, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC)opined that Kepco Salcon Power Corp. (KSPC) must be compensated by allowing therecovery of P232-million cost to maintain its financial viability. It added that for the interim period of 18 months, from Dec. 26,2014 to June 25, 2016, out of 262,800,000 kWh contracted energy, only139,284,000 kWh or 53 percent was utilized by the cooperative. He further stated that the adverse financial effect ofovercontracted power deals passed on to consumers reached to P547 million. “The ERC has the final say if there is overcontracting or not,”stressed Pollentes./PN He added that when the Electric Power Industry Reform Act of 2001was implemented in 2010, Ceneco’s method of procurement was made through powersupply negotiation and through solicitation of competitive offers fromdifferent generators. Today, the process is competitive selection process, hestressed. Part of Sancho’s letter stated that from July 29, 2011 to Nov. 25,2013 Ceneco contracted 59,710,493 kWh of power equivalent to about P232 millionin excess of its actual requirement.
Brookville, In. — Friday, October 19, 2018, by noon, is the deadline for a candidate’s committee with a candidate on the 2018 General Election ballot and all regular party committees to file a pre-election campaign finance report with the Franklin County Clerk’s Office.If you have any questions, please call the Clerk’s Office at 765-647-5111 ext. 3.
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The University of Wisconsin volleyball team had another successful 2-0 weekend against No. 12 Michigan and unranked Michigan State — setting some records and accolades in the process.The Badgers first challenge was against the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor. Michigan, coming off of a three-set win against Northwestern last weekend, knew the Badgers would bring their A-game following their two Big Ten wins last week.The first set started out in favor of Wisconsin. The Badgers built up a three-point lead early and held this margin through the set until Michigan junior Carly Skjodt rallied the Wolverines back to a 25–18 opening set win.The second set of this match held the score back and forth until a 10-1 Badger run gave Wisconsin a substantial lead halfway through the set. Dana Rettke propelled the run with three kills of her own. Wisconsin then cruised to a 25–16 set win and tied the match 1–1.Women’s hockey: No. 3 University of Minnesota serves Badgers their first loss of seasonThe No. 1 ranked Badgers (8-1-0, 4-1-0 WCHA) faced off against the No. 3 Minnesota Golden Gophers (8-1-1, 5-1-1 WCHA) Read…Once again Wisconsin got out to an early lead in the third set. But an opening five-point lead was broken down by Skjodt and the Wolverines. Down by three late in the set, it was in the service of Sydney Hilley that the Badgers rallied back to take the third set, 25–22.Another early lead by Wisconsin wasn’t enough to hold back the Wolverines who were about to lose on their home court. Once again, with the ball in the hands of Skjodt, Michigan went on an 8-0 run to take the lead and win the set 25–21. For the third time this season, Wisconsin found themselves in a winner take all fifth set.With fifth sets only going to 15, the Badgers got off to an important early lead, holding on to claim the set 15–11 and win the match 3–2.Team leaders for the Badgers were Rettke with 21 kills and nine blocks, Hilley with 53 assists and libero Tiffany Clark with a school record 33 digs in five sets to lead the Badger back row to another dominant performance. This also marked Head Coach Kelly Sheffield’s 150th win with Wisconsin.Football: Wisconsin shredded 31-17 by NorthwesternInjuries rendered the Wisconsin roster nearly unrecognizable Saturday versus Northwestern, and the Wildcats pounced on the oportunity to shred an Read…The second game on their road trip led the Badgers to East Lansing to face the Michigan State Spartans. It was a battle of the siblings with Molly Haggerty of the Badgers going toe to toe with her sister Maddie Haggerty of the Spartans. The Badgers, building off of the momentum from Ann Arbor, shut down the Spartans in a quick 3–0 match.The first set carried an unlikely characteristic of the Badgers having to rally back from an early deficit. But Wisconsin was still able to rally back to a 25–14 opening set win.The second set was more of a dominant showing by Wisconsin. The Badgers out to an early lead held it all the way through the set and went up 2–0 with a 25–20 second set win.A back and forth third set still shared the same result as the others as the Badgers sweep the Spartans on a 25–23 third set win.Rettke led in kills with 11, two aces and four blocks against Michigan State. Meanwhile, Hilley recorded 36 assists and Clark continued a dominant the weekend with 12 digs.The Badgers will travel back home for a Halloween face off with the third-ranked Minnesota Gophers Wednesday night. The game will broadcast on the Big Ten Network and will begin at 8 p.m. from the UW Field House.
The FA Cup is set to feature a new rule allowing clubs to make a fourth substitution in extra-time from the quarter-finals onwards.Teams who have used three replacements during the sixth round, semi-finals and final will then be allowed to introduce another player – should the game be level after normal time.This format was first trialled earlier this summer in the Copa America tournament.
Related Articles Betway and Dafabet grow La Liga sponsorship portfolios August 14, 2020 Dafabet grows cricket portfolio with Durham and Sussex deals July 15, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Submit Steven ValentineIndustry tailored platform provider Comtrade Gaming has announced the final integration of its iCore enterprise back-end solution for online bookmaker Dafabet (AsianLogic Group).The platform partnership between Comtrade and Dafabet was first announced in March 2016, with the Asian-focused bookmaker agreeing to migrate its services to Comtrade’s iCore solution.Updating industry stakeholders, Comtrade development has detailed a successful installation of iCore systems, stating that its new client had undertaken a smooth migration with no downtime deployments.Dafabet is set to gain a complete back-end solution for managing its multi-product assets, featuring better player reporting and management functions. The iCore platform will further allow Dafabet better operational flexibility, allowing for the bookmaker to deploy a ‘higher degree of customisation’.Commenting on the project Dimi Karatzas, Online Betting & Gaming Director at AsianLogic stated“The new platform will helps us grow and meet business demands as the market becomes more competitive.”“Migrating the entire back-end platform as a live operator involves massive risks if not done correctly. Comtrade Gaming seamlessly managed the process for us and the transition created an instant, positive effect on our business,”Steven Valentine, Director of Interactive Services for Comtrade detailed that Dafabet had gained a top tier platform designed for effective scaling up of client demands“We made a promise to Dafabet to replace their back-end and immediately improve their business without any short-term negative impacts during integration, and once again we delivered on our promises,” Valentine stated“Our vast experience and flexible approach with individual client needs makes us the first choice for operators looking to improve their platform technology.” Share AsianBGE launches live instant win channel with Pin Projekt June 24, 2020
Mercè Delgado, FluendoFluendo, a developer of video analysis software for the sports industry, has today announced its first steps into esports with the launch of RiftAnalyst. RiftAnalyst is a tool aimed at helping League of Legends players ‘reach their pinnacle’. Fluendo has worked with teams such as Blackburn Rovers FC and the Spanish national handball team, and now it’s looking to establish itself with the esports elite and help players improve their League play. It’s pretty affordable too meaning amateur players and teams lower down the pecking order will be able to make use of it; it’s available in both a free and premium option (€3.99/month). RiftAnalyst is linked to Riot’s API and allows users to import ranked and unranked match data, users can review their own play or that of others, and they can quickly navigate to certain events such as Dragon kills and Tower kills. It also offers the ability to annotate videos to highlight wrong (and right) moves on specific frames.RiftAnalyst also enables users to create custom playlists, featuring all their annotations and comments, that can be exported in high or low quality to share directly to email or social media channels.Mercè Delgado, CEO of Fluendo, commented: “We’re so excited to be launching RiftAnalyst. Although esports are following traditional sports in their professionalism, there are no video analysis tools currently available. This new app will take LOL gameplay to the next level by analysing objective and subjective features, and providing users access to ranked and unranked match data directly from Riot.“We have created a platform, using our experience working with football, rugby, hockey and other sports teams, that will seriously improve a players’ ability, while providing assistance to those who coach or analyse gameplay.”Esports Insider says: Fluendo has some pedigree when it comes to working with big organisations across other sports with video analysis. This new product aimed at helping esports players and teams, starting with League of Legends, is affordable and with a free option undoubtedly worth a look.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 50th and 51st Serie A goals as Juventus went 8 points clear at the top of the table, with four matches to play.Ronaldo put Juventus ahead against Lazio – who until recently were Juve’s strongest contenders – in the 51st minute from the spot before doubling their lead 3 minutes later.Ciro Immobile grabbed a goal back for the away side with seven minutes to play from another penalty but Juventus held on to claim the three points.Ronaldo has now scored 30 goals this season, along with Immobile, and has now become the first player ever to score at least 50 league goals in England (Man Utd), Spain (Real Madrid) and Italy (Juventus).He scored 84 goals in the Premier League before netting 311 times in La Liga.Former Man City striker Edin Dzeko has scored at least 50 goals in the Premier League, Bundesliga and Serie A.The Portuguese star is battling with Immobile for the top scorer award and will become the first Juventus player to win the prize since Del Piero in 2007/08 if he succeeds.Ronaldo is only the third Juve player ever to score 30 goals in a Serie A season and the first since 1952.He also reached another milestone by becoming the quickest player to reach 50 goals in the league (in 61 matches).Juventus are now just four points away from yet another title.If they do manage to claim the trophy it will be head coach Mauricio Sarri’s first league title of his career, having claimed his first trophy with Chelsea in last season’s Europa League.