Ugbo eager to work with Clement at Cercle Brugge

first_img Loading… Chelsea youngster Ike Ugbo insists he can continue developing his game under Cercle Brugge boss Paul Clement. Ugbo will spend this season on loan under the former Chelsea youth coach and first-team assistant. “I’m aiming to score more goals and contribute more goals during the season. Hopefully, we can finish as high as possible near the top end of the table this year and I’m willing to put in everything I’ve got, to be there for the team,” Ugbo said in a video posted on the Cercles Brugge Instagram handle.Advertisement Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?12 Iconic Actors Whose Careers Were Stunted By A Single MovieWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?Culkin Cracks Up The Web With His Own Version Of ‘Home Alone’The Best Cars Of All TimeThis Is Why Plus-Size Models Should Always Be An Inspiration8 Scenes That Prove TV Has Gone Too Far10 Awesome TV Series That Got Cancelled Way Too SoonWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Fantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetariancenter_img read also:Ugbo extends Chelsea deal begins another loan journey “I’ve seen a couple of players that used to be here on loan and then I got a call from [former Chelsea assistant and current Cercle Brugge coach] Paul Clement, I think knowing his experience and accomplishments in the game, I think it’s a good step I can learn a lot from and Nigel Gibbs assisted, so I think that was very key in getting me here today.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

2020 Tax Season Opening Soon

first_imgStatewide—It’s almost “go time” as the 2020 tax season opens on Monday, Jan. 27. Are you ready? Even the most experienced and knowledgeable tax professional can run into issues or have questions during tax season. To help, DOR put together a list of tax tips to assist tax professionals and individuals with their filings.Tax Tips for Tax ProfessionalsOnly use forms provided by DOR or DOR certified and approved tax preparation software.Include all necessary schedules and income statements when filing a paper return (for example, Schedule CT-40PNR with a Form IT-40PNR).Have the appropriate paperwork on file (Power of Attorney, for example) to discuss your client’s return with DOR. Tax Tips for IndividualsDon’t staple checks or returns.Don’t file your taxes until you have all your appropriate documentation.Be sure to sign the return.Don’t file your taxes twice (by paper and electronically).last_img read more

Sam Allardyce issues challenge to Duncan Watmore

first_img The 21-year-old striker, who was awarded a first-class honours degree in Economics and Business Management earlier this year, was handed a first senior start for the Black Cats against Southampton in the Barclays Premier League on November 7 and has made a series of eye-catching contributions as a substitute in recent weeks. Allardyce admits that Watmore, who was released by Manchester United as a youngster and rebuilt his career in non-league football with Altrincham as he combined football with his studies, still has a lot to learn, but is hopeful there is more to come. Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce has challenged rising star Duncan Watmore to earn his Masters degree on the pitch after graduating with honours off it. The 61-year-old, who visibly shuddered at team-mate Jermain Defoe’s comparison with a young Gareth Bale earlier this week, said: “He’s obviously just starting his resurrection, if you like. “He’s been a footballer at Manchester United; he got released. He went to Altrincham, did his degree and Sunderland picked him up, and his whole academic and football education has blossomed, so he is back in the Premier League. “He’s finished his degree, so he doesn’t have to worry too much about studying, and now he can focus on his football 100 per cent trying to achieve a Masters degree in the Premier League because if you play in the Premier League, it equates to a Masters degree in terms of academic qualification. “You play in the Premier League because of your football intelligence more than anything else.” Watmore, who has made seven appearances so far this season – all but one of them as a substitute – and scored two goals, will hope for further involvement when in-form Stoke head for the Stadium of Light on Saturday. He made headlines at international level earlier this month when he came off the bench with England Under-21s trailing 1-0 to Switzerland and provided two assists and a goal of his own to pave the way for a 3-1 victory. His fledgling efforts for his club too have not gone unnoticed by fans who have eagerly awaited his introduction to the first team, although Allardyce is adopting a cautious approach. He said: “There is too much talk about Duncan Watmore at the minute. He is an exciting prospect – he’s not the finished article, but I certainly hope he makes a big impact this season and continues to learn and progress as quickly as his physical and technical stats seem to suggest he is capable of. “If he can get that brain engaged in terms of football knowledge and then use those abilities with football knowledge, he will make a big impact, perhaps this season, on the team. “Can he provide the end product he provides in the under-21s for England and the under-21s for us? Can he provide that end product in the Premier League? If he can start doing that, then he starts playing regularly.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Olson to take part in blindness cure campaign

first_imgRedshirt freshman long snapper Jake Olson will be featured in a global campaign for Foundation Fighting Blindness. Olson suffers from retinoblastoma, a rare cancer of the retina that caused him to lose his left eye when he was 10 months old and his right one at the age of 12.The campaign, #HowEyeSeeIt, is the first digital campaign for the foundation with the goal of raising funds to cure blindness caused by retinal diseases.Olson is one of many featured in the campaign who suffers from a retinal disease. The campaign will promote fundraising through videos in which individuals do something they love blindfolded and then nominating three more people to do the same thing.As the world’s largest private funder of research for cures of blindness, the foundation has raised $700 million to support research and create a new medial subfield. Foundation Fighting Blindness has also helped 100 children see for the first time through clinical trials and is helping create the bionic retina to help restore vision.As his part of the campaign, Olson blindfolds other members of the football team and teaches them to snap and kick. Other members of the campaign include chefs Tim Love and 2012 MasterChef winner Christine Ha, Orange is the New Black actress Diane Guerrero and Harry Shum Jr., actor and dancer from Glee.The campaign will continue as videos are shared on the internet. The campaign also asks that in addition to sharing the video, each participants also donates to the foundation.last_img read more

How the Beautiful Digital Game Came to Life in the SiGMA Cup

first_img StumbleUpon Share Submit O jogo bonito. The beautiful game. The origin of this phrase may be disputed, with both Pelé, Waldyr Pereira (Didi), Stuart Hall and H. E. Bates being mentioned as possible authors, but it is widely recognized as an accurate description of football. So, what is the most bonitomoment?For the CEO of All-in Translations, Tiago Aprigio, one of them belongs to Maradona. He likes to talk about “El Pibe de Oro” when describing how we work. He says: “With All-in Translations, the way to your goal is as straightforward as Maradona’s goal against England in 1986. Our translators and writers will be your best players, managed by the best project management team in the industry“.Winning the SBC Award for Best Service Provider 2018 solidly supports his statement, but for me a solo goal could never be the most beautiful moment in football. It always has to be a team effort in my view, a tactical masterpiece, a beautifully orchestrated counter-attack by the underdog in the 87th minute, when the favourite is pressing and the score is 0-0.One of these magical moments unveiled in front of my eyes on the first day of the Malta-based SIGMA conference recently, when All-in Translations organised a football tournament for 25 gaming companies at Luxol Sports Club. The whole event was a symphonic example of everything that is bonito about the beautiful game.Teamwork, tactics and togetherness played key roles. I will get back to this, but the show’s superstar was a digital innovation. Have you ever played Premier League Fantasy? Me too. This is not a new game, but thanks to the platform provided by Scout Gaming Group, we could make a world’s first: a fantasy league connected to a gaming event. So we gathered the details of all 200+ players from the 25 teams participating in the SiGMA Cup and assigned them a value based on their skills.Then anyone could enter their own fantasy team by selecting 6 players that did not exceed a certain value in total. The appeal here was, of course, that you could pick your colleagues, your friends, or even yourself, and see how many points your team could scrape together. People got very excited about the game and we have already decided to duplicate it for SiGMA Cup 19.Your browser does not support the video tag or the file format of this video. http://www.webestools.com/What impressed me the most about the event was the goodwill shown by so many people and companies. This event is non-profit and free to everyone willing to join, so the aim is to keep the cost to a minimum. Our marketing viewpoint is that it creates much more value to us and the other contributors when we organise positive events like this, rather than when we are just buying media.As the manager of the whole event, it was beautiful to see how all the elements came together. From laying the foundation in “pre-season”, to getting the key players in during the “transfer window” and completing the last few pieces of the puzzle in the team talk before kick-off. All these people deserve a mention, so here is the rough timeline:November 2017. Me: “Should we do this next year as well?” Eman Pulis (SiGMA): “Of course. Never change a winning formula”.May 2018. “Can we double the capacity and organise a panel discussion and an esports tournament inside the clubhouse?” Nicky Darmanin Demajo and Jason Falzon (Luxol): “Not a problem. Just let us know the details”.September 2018: “Can you moderate a panel discussion about football in esports and fantasy during SiGMA? Tal Ron: Sounds good! Leave it with me“.“Would you like to join a panel during SiGMA Cup? Viktor Enoksen (FantasyBet), Tiago Aprigo (All-in Translations), Lars Lien (Luckbox), James Camilleri (Scout Gaming Group), Assaf Stieglitx (Odds1x2): “Yeah, that would be great“.Your browser does not support the video tag or the file format of this video. http://www.webestools.com/“Should we create a fantasy league based on SiGMA Cup“? Joakim Renman (Scout Gaming Group): “Yes! I will get our team to set this up right away“.October 2018: “Anyone without a team can join Team Random“. Gonçalo Costa (Costa Rank): “I can manage this. Just send any random players my way“.“Does anyone want to sponsor a medic for emergencies and some prizes for the winners?” Daniel Graetzer (Carousel Group and Team Random): “How much do you need?“.November 2018: “Would you like to sponsor an open bar”? Dennis Dyhr-Hansen (Matching Visions): “Where do I sign?“.“We need 5 referees for November 27th“. Nikola Mraovic (Pentasia All-in League): “When should we be there?“.“I need someone to organise the PES Esports Tournament. Interested?” Jens Schmieg: As long as I don’t miss any matches for my team in SiGMA Cup, sure.”Not to mention Angelique Muller (video), Aleksandar Bundao (sound) and Sasa Jovanovic (rigging) – great professionals I can always count on.#whatcouldpossiblygowrong right?Just a few days before the event, it starts raining with forecasts of more to come. I would not be worried about that if the event was in Norway, but in Malta I’ve experienced people running away from the pitch in the middle of a game.0700: Alarm goes off. I look outside. It’s almost sunny. Then I realise I am missing at least 3 fantasy scouts to register goals, clean sheets and bonus points. Damon Booth (BetBanter) and Jakob Vestergaard-Laustsen (previously Mybet) step up and handle it flawlessly the whole day, while Nicolas Morel and Maciej Kwiatek (All-in Translations), Endre Nesset (GIG), Robin Javerud (Game Lounge) came to the rescue as “super-subs”.There were 57 matches to be played. Between matches, we managed to get the results to the data insertion team (Torbjørn Angeltveit and Desmond Fenech from Scout Gaming Group), and the result was something pretty close to live updates. The teamwork was sensational.By the time the tournament reached the final stages, it became clear that several teams had upped their gameplan this year. GIG – last year’s winners and the only team to play with a “flying” goalkeeper – lost, to everyone’s surprise, to LV Bet. Most teams lay low against GIG, but LV Bet turned things around and played very aggressively, which was a perfect tactic as the GIG players were too tired to move enough after playing the whole day with just one substitute.Mark Thorne aka Mourinho always fields a good team, and the defensive structure of his Wishmaker pushed them all the way to the final. But against Axl Affiliates it was not enough. Their gaffer Marius Filip had gathered an impressive team of five-a-side players, and it was well deserved when they lifted the prestigious SiGMA Cup trophy in the end.Towards the end of the game, the teams got carried away, and there was a bit of a rough-up which continued after the match was over. Carl Ahlvik, the goalkeeper of Wishmaker, had just lost his 3rd final in a row and he and his teammates reacted to what they called mockery of one of their players. So, when I saw Ahlvik and Filip shake hands and smile inside the clubhouse half an hour later, it was the perfect conclusion to a beautiful day of football.There are two things I’d like to improve for next year’s SiGMA Cup:1: We should get women involved. As far as I saw, Sacha Kinser of Game Lounge was the only female to play this year. She did great, and it would be fantastic to see a game between the women footballers of the gaming industry next year.2: The fantasy game needs to go even more digital, and the scouts should be able to insert the data directly into the system while watching the games.What’s next? At All-in Translations, we intend to continue creating events for the gaming industry. It’s our way of showing everyone that we walk the walk.On March 20th, we will be organising the official poker tournament of the ASEAN Gaming Summit in Manila, and we are working on organising a baseball event in New York in April.Also, don’t get surprised if you receive an invitation to a PMS (Pre Match Session) for one of the games in Group F where Spain, Sweden, Norway, Romania, Faroe Islands and Malta are battling it out for a place in Euro 20. Sharelast_img read more

Ohio State loses second top recruit after Urban Meyer retirement announcement

first_img“As the program adjusts, I need to de-commit and re-evaluate my recruitment. Ohio State is still one of my top schools,” Wray posted on Twitter. Related News Urban Meyer opens up, ‘anxious’ about life after Ohio State Please respect my decision. pic.twitter.com/6OGmXlWt70— Jake Wray (@jakewray77) December 5, 2018Wray said the decision was “challenging,” especially because his older brother is on the Buckeyes’ roster, but he said he didn’t want to contend with major coaching changes. Ohio State lost another top recruit after Urban Meyer announced he was stepping down as the team’s head coach.Offensive lineman Jake Wray, who is ranked 123rd overall and 16th among offensive tackles by 247Sports for the 2020 class, has decided to decommit from the Buckeyes. Wray is the second player to decommit after Meyer announced his retirement, which will take place after Ohio State plays in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1. Safety Lejond Cavazos also decommitted from the program.Even though the 2020 class seems to be re-evaluating its position on Ohio State’s life after Meyer, the 2019 class for the Buckeyes has remained intact.last_img read more

Kiké Hernandez collects 2 more hits as Dodgers beat Angels

first_imgTHE GAME: The Dodgers beat the Angels 6-2 before an announced crowd of 8,215 on Thursday afternoon at Tempe Diablo Stadium.HITTING REPORT: Kiké Hernandez singled and scored on Austin Barnes’ double against Felix Peña in the second inning. Barnes, who’s hitting .333 this spring, later scored on an Ezequiel Carrera single. … Hernandez (2 for 2) is hitting .400 in Cactus League play. … In the fifth inning, Cody Bellinger doubled and scored on a bases-loaded walk by Barnes. A two-run single by Daniel Castro completed the Dodgers’ three-run rally. … Castro (2 for 4) is batting .417. … Edwin Rios went 0 for 4 with three strikeouts. … Brad Miller made his first appearance in the field, subbing in to right field. He walked and struck out in two plate appearances.PITCHING REPORT: Starter Ross Stripling allowed a double to Peter Bourjos, an RBI double to Kevan Smith, followed by an RBI single by Kaleb Cowart. Those were the only runs he allowed in three innings. … Stripling allowed four hits, walked none and struck out two. … Pedro Baez, Tony Cingrani, Dylan Floro, Scott Alexander, J.T. Chargois and minor leaguer Yordy Cabrera each threw a scoreless inning.QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Three years ago, two years ago, it would have bothered me a little bit, the ambiguity of not knowing what my role is going to be, but now I’ve accepted it and I expect to get chances to start this year.”  – Ross Stripling Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season NEXT GAME: Dodgers vs. Royals, Friday, 6 p.m. PT, Camelback Ranch; SportsNet LA, no radioRelated Articlescenter_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire last_img read more

Wellington girls reach Kingman tournament championship; boys not as fortunate

first_imgGrace Mitchell double team in game with Conway Springs. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Two Sumner County high school basketball teams battled it out on the hardwood in the Kingman Tournament Eagle Classic. Wellington girls came away with the 55-35 win while the boys lost a heartbreaker 52-51.The Crusader girls will now battle an opponent yet to be determined this Saturday at 6:10 p.m. in the tournament championship. The Wellington boys could play either for first, third or fifth on Saturday. There is still a lot of basketball left to played in Kingman. Conway Springs and Kingman will be battling it out tonight.Connor Phelps battles Conway Springs Dylan Murphy in Kingman Tournament Thursday. The Wellington girls improved to 2-0 in an uneventful Thursday afternoon game against the 3A Cards. Wellington raced to an 18-8 first quarter lead and was in front 26-15 in the second quarter. The Lady Dukes outscored the Cardinals 15-11 and 14-9 in the third and fourth quarter. Grace Mitchell led the Crusaders with 21 points. She had to wear a No. 30 jersey for much of the second half after her No. 14 jersey received blood on it.Avery Rusk had a nice game with 13 while Lauryn Snipes, who was battling foul trouble throughout the game, had 11.Conway Springs Alicia Carter had 11. Wellington helped out with a basket when a Crusader player shot on the wrong end. ———The boys game was anything but dull as Conway Springs eked out a win when 6-4 Josh Dugan hit a driving layup with 3.7 seconds left to lift the Cardinals to victory.Wellington, needing to go coast to coast to overcome the one-point deficit, couldn’t get off a last-second shot in time.The Crusaders really didn’t help themselves at the free throw line, going an atrocious 10 of 23 for the game, and 9 of 20 in the fourth quarter. This was in stark contrast of the first game when the Dukes were 7 of 8 in the fourth quarter in a win against Kingman.Wellington led 11-9 at the end of the first quarter and opened up a 21-14 lead midway in the second quarter. Conway Springs fought back to pull within two, 29-27.The Cardinals would get their first lead early in the third quarter and the two teams were knotted at 36-all going into the final stanza.The two teams would battle back-and-forth throughout the fourth quarter. Ian King, who scored 8 points in the fourth quarter, knocked down two free throws with 40 seconds left to give Wellington a 51-48 lead. Conway Springs then scored on the other end to pull within one 51-50.Connor Phelps was fouled with 15.1 seconds to play but missed both free throws. Conway Springs set up for the final shot and threw it inside to Dugan who made a driving layup for the victory.Dugan led Conway Springs with 16 while King had 16 and Snipes 14 for Wellington. Conway Springs: Biellar 1, Jones 2, Akiu 2, Barkley 2, Ebenkamp 1, L. Pauly 4, J. Pauly 2, Jones 8, Carter 11, Wellington team 2. Total 14 (0) 7-13 35. Girls: Wellington 55 Conway Springs 35 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. 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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Follow us on Twitter. Conway Springs8711935 Wellington188151455center_img Conway Springs: Winter 6, Denney 5, Finstad 7, Shaffer 4, Murphy 7, Dugan 16. Total 17 (3) 9-20 52. Wellington1114111551 Wellington: T. French 1, Snipes 11, S. French 3, Rusk 13, Mitchell 21, Zimmerman 4, Moore 2. Total: 12 (4) 19-29 55. Boys: Conway Springs 52 Wellington 51 Conway Springs911161652 Wellington: Gilmore 6, Co. Phelps 8, Snipes 14, Hamel 3, King 16, Burnett 4. Total 16 (3) 10-23 51last_img read more

Wellington Lady Crusader Camps set for June

first_imgSumner Newscow report — There will be two Lady Crusader Basketball Camps this summer for high school and middle school:High School Camp - May 31 – June 3, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.The cost is free.Middle School Camp - for incoming sixth grade through eighth grade girls.June 6 – June 9, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.Cost: $35.00 (free camp t-shirt)For questions, contact Coach Adams at 316-655-3372 or e-mail him coachadams@sutv.comFollow us on Twitter.last_img

Jeff Chan ‘shocked’ by trade to Phoenix, hopes to help new team make playoffs

first_imgLATEST STORIES Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ “I’m excited and I hope that I can help Phoenix make it to the playoffs,” he said.The Fuel Masters are currently on a three-game slide as they sit on a 2-3 card in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup.Chan, who won two titles with the Elasto Painters, is keeping his hopes up that his entry will turn things for the better for Phoenix.“We already talked and I told them that I can do whatever they want from me. Again, I just want to help the team make it to the playoffs,” the 2012 Governors’ Cup Finals MVP said.ADVERTISEMENT End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Teen gunned down in Masbate Albay to send off disaster response team to Batangas MOST READ Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles03:46Lacson: PH lost about P161.5B tax revenue from big trading partners in 201700:50Trending Articles01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano 2 nabbed in Bicol drug stings View comments Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netJeff Chan admitted he was caught off guard by the trade that sent him to Phoenix after playing eight seasons with Rain or Shine.But rather than be down, the veteran shooter is taking everything in stride as he moves forward to the next chapter of his career.ADVERTISEMENT READ: Rain or Shine set to trade Jeff Chan to Phoenix“I was shocked. But that’s how the life of a basketball player is,” Chan told INQUIRER.net in a text message on Monday.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’The Elasto Painters traded Chan in exchange for forward Mark Borboran and a future second round pick.The 33-year-old Chan is just grateful for his time with Rain or Shine and hopes to make the same impact as he joins an upstart Phoenix crew. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ Vilma Santos, Luis Manzano warn public of fake account posing as her Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Walker fights off cramps, leads Elite to victorylast_img read more