Milo Quarter-final action today

first_img… Bishops’ High to face Sir Leon’s Lessons; Morgan tackle CarmelQUARTER-FINAL action is on today and tomorrow in the Petra-organised Milo Schools Football Festival, billed for the Ministry of Education ground on Carifesta Avenue.In the first game of the day from 13:00hrs, the Bishops’ High will take on Sir Leon’s Lessons in a stern first encounter. The Bishops’ will be riding high after their win last week over arch rivals Queen’s College, but they must put that behind them and focus on the task ahead.And it is by no means an encounter that should be taken lightly, considering the fact that Sir Leon’s Lessons have been thrashing opponents by six-goal margins. Their last game against Dolphin Secondary ended 7-1. They have also managed to keep their concession levels low.All in all, it’s a fight against the tide for the Bishops’ High considering the quality and level of the opposition.In the day’s second game, Morgan Learning Centre will take on Carmel Secondary in another brawl to the finish with the Carmel side being the underdogs.It will take a host of skill for the Carmel side to overcome their Morgan opponents, something they are known for, having reached this far in the competition. However, they take on one of the tournament powerhouses and it will be interesting to see what their game plan is.They must weather the storm of Morgan’s all-out attack which has a plethora of finishers in the final third and hope to push past a defence which has also managed to keep its concession rate decent.That match is billed for 15:00hrs.last_img read more

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Guyana Amazon Warriors begin CPL title hunt today

first_imgTHE Guyana Amazon Warriors aim of winning their first Caribbean Premier League T20 title will begin today when they play the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots from 11:00hrs at the Central Broward Regional Park and Central Broward Stadium in Lauderhill, Florida, the first of two games before returning to the Caribbean.The Warriors, three-time finalists in the CPL will look to complete the journey this season with their new-look team led by New Zealand’s Martin Guptill.However, the task ahead will be no easy one, since they were dealt a major blow on the eve of the tournament when their leading scorer of 2016, Chris Lynn, was ruled out of the season due to upcoming shoulder surgery.He has been replaced by the up-and-coming Pakistan batsman Babar Azam, while the batting order has been injected with fresh blood in the form of Chadwick Walton and USA captain Steven Taylor, who is expected to take on a bigger role after limited opportunities in his two years with Barbados Tridents.The Australian Adam Zampa, last season’s leading spinner, is no longer with the side. In most cases, any replacement would be considered a downgrade, but the arrival of Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan may be what this side needs to clear the final hurdle and claim their first title.The Warriors second assignment will be tomorrow against St Kitts & Nevis Patriots before returning to the Caribbean.Guyana home games are billed for August 17, 19, 20 and 22 at the Guyana National Stadium.The host team (Guyana Amazon Warriors) take on the Jamaica Tallawahs on August 17 from 20:00hrs; Trinbago Knight Riders on August 19 from 12:00hrs; Barbados Tridents on August 20 from 18:00hrs and St Lucia Stars on August 22 from 18:00hrs.The full squad reads: Martin Guptill (captain), Babar Azam, Sohail Tanvir, Rayad Emrit, Jason Mohammed, Veerasammy Permaul, Assad Fudadin, Steven Jacobs, Steven Katwaroo, Chadwick Walton, Rashid Khan, Steven Taylor, Roshon Primus, Gajanand Singh, Keon Joseph and Keemo Paul.last_img read more

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Baseball makes short trek to Pepperdine

first_imgThe baseball team prepares for a short trip up to Malibu on Tuesday night, as the Trojans face Pepperdine for the second time in as many weeks. USC won last Tuesday’s game against the Waves at Dedeaux Field in extra innings thanks to a walk-off single from senior Timmy Robinson. Robinson and company will now look to make it two in a row against Pepperdine at Eddy D. Field Stadium.The Trojans are coming off a weekend series win over Utah, which improved their record in Pac-12 play to 5-4 and 15-15 overall. After taking two impressive victories to open the three-game set, USC suffered a 14-8 blowout at the hands of the Utes in the series finale. The team remains upbeat, however, having notched another Pac-12 series win.“We obviously wanted a sweep [against Utah],” senior AJ Ramirez said. “But taking a series against one of the top teams in the conference gives us momentum going forward.”Head coach Dan Hubbs agreed that the series win was paramount, but he also criticized his pitching staff for not making opponents work to get on base, particularly in Sunday’s finale.“We have to minimize the free bases we give up — it’s as simple as that,” Hubbs said. “When we don’t pitch, anyone is going to beat us.”Junior Bernardo Flores, who tossed six scoreless frames in relief on Saturday, agreed with his coach and praised senior pitcher Kyle Davis for firing up the rest of the Trojan arms to step up their game over the course of the season.“He’s always out there pushing us and helping us strive to get better,” Flores said. “It’s one of those things you see in a leader, and it’s what has motivated us to go out there and perform.”Hubbs, as he has often repeated throughout the spring, said that he wanted his players to trust their own abilities and stop pressing, both at the plate and on the mound.“When we try and get big and try to do too much, that’s when we get into trouble,” Hubbs said.Perhaps a familiar foe will calm USC’s nerves on Tuesday. After last week’s loss pushed them below .500, the Waves rebounded over the weekend to take two out of three against Santa Clara, and Pepperdine will enter its matchup against the Trojans with an identical 15-15 record. The Waves are definitely comfortable at home, with 12 of their 15 wins of the spring coming at Eddy D. Field Stadium and this USC squad needs no reminder, after being pushed to 12 innings last year and escaping Malibu with a 2-0 victory.Despite the disappointing end to the weekend, Ramirez was confident that the squad would come out firing against Pepperdine.“We can compete with anyone in the country,” Ramirez said. “We know we can hit as a team, and we know we can pitch as a team.”First pitch at Eddy D. Field Stadium will be at 3 p.m. After taking on the Waves, the Trojans will prep for a grueling weekend series in Eugene, when USC plays Oregon in its third in-conference series of the season.last_img read more

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Syracuse easily handles Pitt, 90-63, before biggest test of season

first_imgThe last time Syracuse played Pittsburgh, it outshot the Panthers, forced turnovers and secured an easy win in the Peterson Events Center. A month later, now in the Carrier Dome, SU did it again.For the Orange, Thursday night was a tune-up. Even if they won’t admit it. SU’s 20th win was all but cemented by the time it established a 27-point lead before halftime. No. 18 Syracuse (20-6, 9-4 Atlantic Coast) dominated Pittsburgh (10-18, 1-13) in every facet of the game, winning 90-63, in the Carrier Dome. White jerseys drew charges during a full-court presses and blue jerseys traveled after in-bounds plays. SU’s bench (57 points) nearly outscored Pitt’s entire team, and only three Panthers made multiple baskets. Three nights before Syracuse hosts No. 6 Notre Dame on national television, it dispatched of a team that’s won no more than four conference games in four-straight years.“You want to come out and really do a good job of getting up and down the floor, playing in transition and our kids really came out and did a really good job,” Syracuse head coach Quentin Hillsman said, “We stayed focus, we stayed aggressive and we really pushed tempo. We did a good job defensively. We did a really good job on the glass. …We just did a good job.  In the five-game gauntlet before the Orange host the Fighting Irish, their play has been inconsistent. They blew out Boston College on Feb. 10 before being outplayed by North Carolina State three days later. SU topped Wake Forest by 20 on Sunday, but that was only after garbage time inflated the margin. Syracuse still had questions, but on Thursday night, aside from 25 turnovers, none appeared. Four players scored double-digits, Emily Engstler dazzled with a team-leading 17 points and SU pulled down 53 rebounds, a season-high. In short, the Panthers were the benchmark before the Orange’s biggest test. And SU passed. Syracuse started the first quarter slow but Pitt started slower. The Orange had defensive breakdowns and clanked open 3-pointers. The Panthers wasted layups and passess flew out of bounds. Eventually, SU’s talent shone through.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFreshman guard Kadiatou Sissoko, returning after sitting two games with a swollen knee, checked in 4:50 in the first, kick-starting a 60-second, 9-0 run. On her first possession, she backed down her defender and lofted a hook shot through a thicket of arms. The next trip, she swished a 3. After Danielle Garven missed a lay-in, Tiana Mangakahia dribbled the floor and stepped into another 3. The Panthers called a timeout and Emily Engstler drained a deep ball when the Orange got the ball back.Even when SU failed to execute — like when Gabrielle Cooper stole a pass at half court, drove and missed a fastbreak chance — it didn’t matter. Following the Cooper miss, Miranda Drummond crashed the glass for the putback. Syracuse made nine field goals, four of which were threes and posted 23 points in the opening quarter. Pitt’s best looks in the quarter were a handful of layups and a half court heave that skidded off iron.The Panthers utilized a matchup-zone defense, Hillsman said. While Pitt pressed high near the perimeter, SU spaced itself by having Drummond cut baseline and Mangakahia operating from behind the arc. A few passes into each possession, Syracuse usually had an open 3, often in the corner in front of the visitor’s bench. The same spot opened up often and shooters took advantage. “We knew if we got the ball wing-corner then we had a chance to get some quality looks and we got some quality looks in the game,” Hillsman said. When the defensive covered the corner, Orange guards charged the rim. Pitt forced a few traps and jump balls in the post, but the Panthers couldn’t capitalize on the other end. Syracuse SU’s only negatives on the night appeared on a potential injured-reserve list. In the first quarter, Mangakahia was whacked in the face after a defensive board. The next frame, Digna Strautmane and Engstler collided after both reached for a steal. Cooper also appeared to jam her finger and had two digits wrapped on the sideline before reentering. After the game, no injuries were reported. Orange shooters eventually cooled, a side-effect of its offensive system, and went 1-of-9 during a second quarter stretch. It wasn’t reflected on the scoreboard. Pitt’s Danielle Garven and Jasmine Whitney did combine for 41 points, but the rest of the team went 7-for-32. SU’s lead dipped to 16 before seven-straight Engstler points reinforced the status quo. The freshman put together her most-complete game of the season. She was a force as a rebounder, defender and scorer, leading SU in the latter two categories as it entered the half with a 51-26 lead.Syracuse’s offense didn’t stop in the third. Mangakahia registered a double-double three minutes into the half. Amaya Finklea-Guity and Strautmane established a post-presence. Backup forward Raven Fox subbed in and drew a pair from the free throw line.The teams traded shots in the third quarter and the margin teetered around 20 points. SU’s defense didn’t lock down the Panthers, it just waited for them to turn the ball over. Late in the third, a Pitt player was called for a lane violation on the first of two free throws.In the opening minutes of the fourth, SU’s bench stayed on the sidelines. Hillsman didn’t relent. He called out open shooters and chided players for missed assignments. When a Cooper 3 with 7:32 left slipped through the net, giving Syracuse a 23-point lead, Hillsman yelled “Press!” As Strautmane stepped to the free throw line a possession later, he quickly said “focus” thrice.As the clock wound down, SU’s bench emptied. The loudest cheers came from the bench with every make and defensive stop produced by the reserves. When the buzzer sounded, the crowd didn’t scream or yell. A portion of it had already trekked toward the exit. Instead, those left lightly clapped or threw their coats on. Syracuse had done its job. “Tonight was pressure, we needed to take care of home court,” Hillsman said. “Monday is going to be a fun game. …We’re looking forward to it.” Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 21, 2019 at 8:50 pm Contact Nick: nialvare@syr.edu | @nick_a_alvarezcenter_img Commentslast_img read more

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Guzal Yusupova, Dina Hegab’s doubles connection provides stability for Syracuse

first_img Comments Published on March 19, 2019 at 10:47 am Contact Andrew: arcrane@syr.edu | @CraneAndrew Guzal Yusupova and Dina Hegab briefly huddled together in the middle of the court against then-No. 19 Virginia. The two checked in down a break — one or two quick words and a high-five — and Hegab jogged back to the net, Yusupova the baseline.Following their exchange, Yusupova chased a Virginia service return deep into the corner and launched a backhand shot. Back-and-forth she raced from corner-to-corner, before Hegab, who tracked each rally at the net, finished the point with an uncontested volley. But their chemistry didn’t always click like that.Before a constant pairing with Hegab, Yusupova, fresh off a transfer from Washington State, didn’t have a regular doubles partner. Last season, she had amassed a 21-2 record with WSU’s Tiffany Mylonas, coming more “naturally” than at Syracuse.“I needed more time with Dina to feel each other better,” Yusupova said. “Sometimes, when you see the person, you have to work together. With Tiffany, it just worked out.”After SU head coach Younes Limam experimented with three different pairings in the fall, he chose Hegab as Yusupova’s counterpart. The two have worked on understanding each other better, learning to maximize the other’s strengths and compensate weaknesses, and have become a reliable presence at the bottom of No. 32 Syracuse’s (10-6, 3-4 Atlantic Coast) doubles lineup.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSusie Teuscher | Digital Design EditorBefore transferring to the Orange for a multitude of reasons, Yusupova teamed with Mylonas, who was coming from the University of Louisiana Monroe. As a freshman, Yusupova couldn’t find a consistent partner. But with Mylonas, their play clicked.“I was just trying to make her easiest points, so she could just finish at the net,” Yusupova said of playing with Mylonas.Mylonas was better at the net, and the two shined most when Yusupova patrolled the back line. They went on to win their first 13 matches to start the season and had an opportunity to slide up to the top spot this season.But Yusupova departed from the Cougars, and her search for a new doubles partner began at SU. In the fall, she started with Sofya Golubovskaya at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic, and they made it to the semifinals. The next week, it was Hegab, and they won the West Point Invitational A-flight doubles bracket. But Limam changed her partner again, so two weeks later, Gabriela Knutson and Yusupova played at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northeast Regionals.“It’s definitely tough, but we tried to play some different things,” Yusupova said, at the beginning of the spring season, about her fall doubles partners.In the final tournament of Yusupova’s fall season, she paired with Hegab again. And despite losing all three of their matches that week, they were together in Syracuse’s first match against Brown in the spring.Limam noticed that Hegab’s “strong serve” set up Yusupova for easy volleys at the net and noticed Yusupova’s power shots on service returns set up Hegab, too. So in the final game of their first spring match together, up 5-4, Hegab sliced an ace in between Brown’s doubles pairing. Two points later, Yusupova clinched the match with a powerful backhand groundstroke. They had complementing strengths in the fall but just needed to mesh.Two months and 14 matches later, the improvements are evident, Yusupova said. They don’t need to double check the line every point. Now, it’s instincts. They know “what to do and when to it” with each other, Hegab said.Last Monday against Florida Atlantic University, Yusupova and Hegab were down a break. First doubles were close to winning, but Golubovskaya and Sonya Treshcheva were down at the second slot. For SU to get on the board, Yusupova and Hegab recovered, rattling off victories in the next four games and the Orange clinched the doubles point.In a season where SU’s doubles play has been inconsistent, Hegab and Yusupova have provided stability to the back of its doubles lineup. The two were a work in progress until the beginning of the season. But in recent weeks, it’s proved to pay off.“We just understand each other better, we understand each other’s strengths better,” Hegab said. “I think we are helping each other on the court and playing off each other really well now.”center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Alessandro Fried – BtoBet likes Buenos Aires’ fresh prospects

first_img Submit StumbleUpon BtoBet grows LatAm portfolio with GlobalBet deal August 12, 2020 BtoBet refines African SMS payment options with Tola Mobile  August 20, 2020 Share Share Related Articles BtoBet grows Nigerian presence with Booster99 deal August 26, 2020 BtoBet Chief Executive Alessandro Fried has stated that his firm’s executive team are monitoring Buenos Aires (Argentina) movements closely.This December, led by BA Governor Maria Eugenia Vidal, Buenos Aires’ executive secured the votes needed to revamp the province’s gambling frameworks, passing legislation that will regulate online gambling services within Argentina’s largest province.Fried welcomes the first initiatives to develop a safe, fair and regulated marketplace for BA consumers, aligned with BtoBet’s expanding South American online gambling profile.BtoBet closes on a landmark 2018, in which the developing markets betting platform supplier has significantly expanded its South American/LATAM commercial pipeline, securing new lead sports betting supplier contracts with – RBS Colombia and Logrand Entertainment Mexico.Fried  comments on potential BA prospects “Our South American results have exceeded our expectancies, and the prospect of a more regulated Argentinian market is an exciting development and opportunity.”Moving forward, Fried believes that an Argentine/BA online gambling marketplace will benefit from a ‘robust and transparent framework that safeguards the operators and end-user interests’.Noting BtoBet’s local knowledge expertise of South American opportunities and challenges, Fried states personal excitement at a further diverse and sports-mad market opening its doors in 2019.“Football is undoubtedly the nation’s most popular sports, and in Maradona and Messi they have two of the greatest football players of all time to grace the world. Argentinian market will surely be generating ripples of interest amongst those operators keen on further expanding their businesses in the country”last_img read more

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GFA Elections: Kurt Okraku leads as Presidential polls head for second round

first_imgThe Ghana Football Association (GFA)’s presidential elections are heading for a second round after none of the candidates managed to poll over half of the ballots cast.The two frontrunners are Dreams FC CEO Kurt Okraku who polled 44 votes and  George Afriyie who tallied 40.Nana Yaw Amponsah finished with 27 votes while Fred Pappoe picked up six endorsements.Amanda Clinton and George Ankomah both ended with 0 votes.The bottom two candidates, Ms Clinton and Mr Ankomah drop out of the race while Fred Pappoe also opted to pull out.The GFA’s Congress has a total of 120 delegates with the Division One League clubs accounting for the largest group; with 48 delegates.However, only 117 votes were counted with one rejected ballot and two absentees.The position of GFA President has been vacant since 2018, when Kwesi Nyantakyi resigned following damning revelations in an exposé by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.The elections were allowed to proceed after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) rejected an injunction appeal by a disqualified Presidential aspirant, Wilfred Osei earlier on Friday.last_img read more

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30 Days of Christmas: Mill Creek Lumber and Supply in Wellington has a Black Friday sale for you

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Black Friday is almost here, and there is no reason to drive out of town – especially with a store like Mill Creek Lumber and Supply on 623 East 16th Street in Wellington nearby.Mill Creek is the perfect place to shop for that handy man or woman in your life. Mill Creek and Lumber is having an “After Thanksgiving Sale” on Friday and Saturday only. Stop in on Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. or Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. for these special deals: Click on flyer here:Mill Creek Circular After Thanksgiving SaleDo the research: If you truly want to give your loved ones those special gifts, give them something they want like 24,000 BTU 2-burner gas grills selling for $69.99 or a 20 volt max Lithium Ion Cordless drill/driver for $79.99. Those will be hot commodities at the two-day Thanksgiving sale. Don’t be late.Mill Creek Lumber has been an integral source of lumber needs in Wellington for sometime. The company itself started in 1934 when the Dunn family in Tulsa started a lumber company. Today the same Dunn family with Jeff Dunn as President and his father, Jim, as chairman have expanded to 21 locations.Today, Mill Creek offers more than just lumber. Kansas and Oklahoma building construction business professionals as well as designers and homeowners depend on Mill Creek for just about everything in building materials. In addition to the lumber company, Mill Creek has 11 carpet and tile stores, a new kitchen center and windows and doors division.No matter where you shop, you’ll never find a friendlier atmosphere than at the Mill Creek Store in Wellington. Fax: 620-326-2044. How to contact the store:  Telephone: 620-326-2083. Normal store hours:Monday – Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Saturday – 7:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Christmas stocking stuffers: Make the youngsters squeal in delight with Rev’n Go with Farm Toy Assortments with 5-inch John Deere makes the wee little ones extremely happy. E-mail: bearl@millcreeklumber.comlast_img read more

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Jeron Teng, 2 ex-La Salle players stabbed in BGC; suspects arrested

first_imgSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio 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 respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments RELATED VIDEOVIDEO: Altercation between the group of Jeron Teng, stabbing suspects outside a club in BGC (CREDIT: Dane Lim) pic.twitter.com/PTlKzUQiWE— INQUIRER Sports (@INQUIRERSports) June 3, 2018 LATEST STORIES Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikinacenter_img The heated altercation turned into a brawl where the three were stabbed.The players were rushed to St. Luke’s Medical Hospital for treatment. Both Norbert and Thomas reportedly sustained deep cuts in their arms while Teng got hit in the body.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownOfficers from Police Community Precinct 7 in Bonifacio Global City apprehended the suspects at around 2:30 am.Before the stabbing, Teng played in Alaska’s 109-103 win in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup at Araneta Coliseum. He scored eight points in 22 minutes. Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? MOST READ Rain helps Campbell top her first Ironman 70.3 race in PH ADVERTISEMENT Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Jeron Teng. PBA IMAGESAlaska rookie Jeron Teng and his former La Salle teammates were involved in a stabbing incident early Sunday,  a police report said.Teng and former Green Archers Norbert Torres and Thomas Torres were outside Early Night? club near the Fort Strip when they ran into the group of Edmar Manalo, 40, Joseph Varona, 39, and Williard Basili, 38, according to Police Chief Inspector Joseph Austria.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

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Coach Manning Urges Red Lions, BYC to Utilize Midfield Attacks

first_imgVeteran Old Timers soccer coach Boniface Manning has called on the technical teams of two of Liberia’s representatives in CAF tournaments to design effective midfield tactics to ensure success.Coach Manning, who holds a CAF License B Certificate, told the Daily Observer yesterday that effective use of a team’s midfield is a sure way of handling the match in effectively.“It depends on the score sheet,” Coach Manning said, “when you are in the lead, use the midfield to hold on to the ball and frustrate your opponent.”He said, “Since your opponent is trailing, you can deny him the ball and frustrate him and make his job more difficult.”He said many teams are defeated when they fail to understand the midfield concept and noted that with the achievement of Barrack Young Controllers, and the campaign of Red Lions, technical coaches should ensure an effective design.“Poor handling of the midfield brings enormous pressure to bear on the defense and this can cause an own goal,” he said.In a demonstration, Coach Manning said there are many ways a team can build its attacks.“You can build from the midfield but you have to make sure that you have tireless wingers who will draw in, when the four midfielders advance,” he said.He further explained that when players are fit, with abundant energy, providing support to team-mates becomes a matter of course.“Consider counter attacks,” Coach Manning said, “in a counter attack a team using the modern 4-4-2 formation, must have players with strong abundant skills.”“Such players must be able to singlehandedly take their opponents’ defense on, and be willing to release the ball when the goalkeeper is not expecting a shot,” Coach Manning said.He said the two teams representing Liberia must go in for the goals before their opponents settle to play their own game.He explained excitedly about a compact midfield to ease the pressure on the goalkeeper, and said that coaching knowledge and its application is essential for success on the field.He urged players of Red Lions and Barrack Young Controllers not to relent because “the whole soccer community is behind you in your determination to change Liberian soccer history.”Coach Manning played for the national soccer team in the 70s but was injured in a friendly match against Sierra Leones’ Leone Stars.Reports from that period said he was a darling on the ball, who did what he wanted with the ball which endeared him to many soccer fans. He coached the former sensational club, La Modelle International (along with Coach Frank Jericho Nagbe) and is presently coaching Veterans Oldtimers soccer team that is presently leading the LONA league table.He has helped to develop many Liberian soccer players into national prominence.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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