Read Also: Man City ready to land long-term Man United transfer target In November 2018, The Sun on Sunday told how Pep had a car share with backroom staff. It saw the Spaniard, who arrived at City in 2016, travel to City’s training ground in a £28,000 Nissan Leaf. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Road hog Pep, 48, has damaged an £80,000 black Mercedes GLE, a £150,000 Range Rover, a £200,000 silver Bentley GTX700 and a £30,000 Mini Cooper. Authors Lu Martin and Pol Ballus write in Pep’s City: The Making Of A Superteam: “Today he’s behind the wheel of his black Mercedes. A source said: “Pep is brilliant at many things but driving doesn’t appear to be one of them. “He’s struggled with the roads in Manchester and had a couple of bumps.” Pep Guardiola might be the driving force behind Manchester City but he needs lessons behind the wheel. The Sky Blues’ boss has got through four cars since moving to the North West. Pep Guardiola has ruined cars worth £460,000 since moving to Man City https://t.co/5a9nKiTiqn pic.twitter.com/pUMIvPckcn— The Sun Football (@TheSunFootball) January 12, 2020 “He has a reputation from his Barcelona days of being a hapless driver and this is his fourth car he has owned since coming to Manchester. “His wing mirrors don’t survive for long and he’s also managed to fill a diesel Range Rover with petrol and mangle a silver Bentley.”Advertisement Promoted Content9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooThis Muslim Woman Belongs To World’s 10 Strongest WomenMeet The World’s Most Striking Animals Here8 Facts About Sasha ObamaThe Most Stunning Wedding Looks From Around The WorldWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWe’re Getting More Game Of Thrones: Enter House Of The Dragon!A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs9 Heroes Of Popular Memes Then And NowWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now
Batesville, In. — Two Indiana cities landed in the top 15 of a list of WalletHub’s “2018’s Best Small Cities in America. Carmel, Indiana landed at #2, Fishers was ranked 13th and Mason, Ohio made the list at #15.A link to the complete study is here.
The latest instalment of the Gareth Bale show helped Tottenham climb to third in the Premier League table with a 2-1 victory at Swansea. The Welshman teed up Jan Vertonghen for Spurs’ opener in the seventh minute, before brilliantly rifling home his 27th of the season for club and country to double the lead. Michu got his 20th of the campaign after the break to set up a frantic final 20 minutes, but Andre Villas-Boas’ side held out to get their Champions League push firmly back on track after back-to-back defeats against Liverpool and Fulham. Swansea have now lost their last three since reaching the 40-point mark with victory over Newcastle but Michael Laudrup’s men will feel they deserved a point. Wales international Bale, who scored here for his country in midweek, produced a sublime lofted pass to catch Dwight Tiendalli out of position and play in Vertonghen. The Belgian brilliantly brought the ball down and slotted beyond the advancing Michel Vorm to give the visitors the lead. Emmanuel Adebayor then fired tamely at Vorm but the lead was doubled in the 21st minute courtesy of a supreme finish from Bale. Vertonghen found the forward on the edge of the Swansea box, where he took one touch before dispatching an unstoppable strike past a statuesque Vorm. Nathan Dyer missed a gilt-edged chance after 35 minutes when he smashed his header against the bar from just four yards. But Michu gave the Swans hope as he found the net for the first time since the Capital One Cup final after 70 minutes. Substitute Ki Sung-yueng delivered a superb corner and the Spaniard made no mistake as he directed a header in off the far post but Spurs held out for a valuable victory. Press Association
In local college football action, 19th-ranked UCF is on the road tonight to clash with Cincinnati, while South Florida travels to UConn. Florida State is off.And 4th Ohio State hosts Michigan State 25. The Dolphins and FAU have the weekend off in football so the Dolphins can’t lose.But the big college game is between 10th ranked Florida visits 7th ranked Auburn in a battle of unbeatens.Last time Auburn played at Florida pic.twitter.com/7WLzkDyJXf— Jason Caldwell (@ITATJason) October 3, 2019
Looking to follow up its best performance of the season, the UW women’s cross country team heads to Terre Haute, Ind., where it will compete in the NCAA Championships for the first time since 2003.Ranked 22nd nationally, the highest it has been all season, and coming off a third-place finish in regional competition, head coach Jim Stintzi’s Badgers are gelling at the right time after a slow start.”We are sort of rounding into shape, which in theory obviously is what you’re supposed to be doing,” Stintzi said.Led by junior Katrina Rundhaug, whose 12th-place finish last week earned her all-region honors, and senior Maggie Grabow, who was 21st, the Badgers look to continue their push into the offseason and next season with a formidable showing at the championships.”Probably a great day would be 13th, 14th, 15th — in that range,” Stintzi said. “If we run, and if we run the way we did last weekend, that would be something like that. But, seriously, we have to run well to do well at the nationals.”While Rundhaug has paced the team all year, Wisconsin will rely on its veterans — who have been in and out of races this year — to help it earn a solid finish.”We held ‘A Havahla Haynes out — she just wasn’t 100 percent [due to a foot injury], so we held her out. And then Christina Fiduccia has had some leg problems, who had been in our top five the whole year,” Stintzi said. “We actually tapped on Amanda Ganser, who had been in our top five last year but really had not run particularly well this year, and she really came through with flying colors. So the older athletes really came through when they needed to.”While the Badgers will look for a middle-of-the pack finish, maybe contending with Big Ten rivals Illinois and Minnesota, Duke will try to make its case for a No. 1 ranking by winning the championship for the first time in school history.Winning the title will be no small order for the Blue Devils, as the likes of Stanford, Michigan, Notre Dame and defending champ Colorado will try to upend Duke from its top spot and capture the title for themselves.Competing for Duke are runner-up finisher of last year’s championships, junior Sally Meyerhoff; ACC championship winner Shannon Rowbury; senior Clara Horowitz; ACC Freshman of the Year Whitney Anderson; and three other seniors. Amazingly, this team has won every race this season without scoring more than 33 points, compiling five new ACC records along the way.Also winning all of its competitions this season is No. 2 Stanford. Representing the 2003 national champions are Lauren Centrowitz; Lindsay Flacks; Alicia Follmar; Katie Harrington; star sophomore Arianna Lambie, who captured the regional title last weekend; Teresa McWalters and Amanda and Katy Trotter.For Michigan, who swept its fourth-straight Big Ten championship and its second-straight regional crown, a septuplet of harriers will represent the Wolverines in Terre Haute, led by sophomore Alyson Kohlmeier.The No. 4 Irish make their fifth consecutive trip to the national meet, having placed in the top 10 each of the past three years. Senior Stephanie Madia leads the pack, earning a runner-up placement at the Great Lakes Regional.Though not as strong as last year’s team, which won the championship, Colorado will still contend behind the strength of potential individual champion senior Christine Bolf. Backing her is one-two punch sophomore Liza Pascuito and freshman Jenny Barringer.The championship will probably be decided between these five teams. For the Badgers, just making the tournament was a big step.”It’s a step that I really felt we had to take this year and, you know, considering the rest of the season, wasn’t real confident that we would necessarily do that this weekend,” Stintzi said. “But I think it will help immensely.”
Age is just a number.Despite being the only true freshman on the UW women’s golfteam, Carly Werwie has quickly made a name for herself as one of the leaders onthe team. Originally from Kenosha, Werwie is currently one of the maincomponents of the team’s success in recent match play.As a high school star, Carly competed in the Wisconsin statetournament three times, two of which she won first place. In 2005 and 2006, shewas a United States Golf Association Junior Girls qualifier, as well as a U.S.Women’s Amateur Public Links qualifier. After being recruited to Badger nation,she was excited to contribute to her state college, but knew that timemanagement would be the most difficult aspect of her college experience.“It’s such a busy schedule with practices, workouts andtraveling, and I thought it was going to be hard to make that change,”Werwie said. “It was tough in the beginning getting used to everything,but I have so much fun with the team, and we get along great, so it has been areally great experience so far.”As a Badger in the fall season, Werwie competed in threeevents, one of which as an individual at the Badger Invite where she finishedtied for No. 20. Her best outing during the 2007 season came at the HawkeyeInvitational in Iowa, where she shot a season- and career-low score of 233through three rounds. Despite the impressive scores, both Carly and head coachTodd Oehrlein knew there was still room for improvement.“She has gotten physically stronger and more thananything, her short game has improved,” Oehrlein said. She puts a lot ofemphasis on it and has worked hard on her short game and putting, and theresults show that.”Within a half a year, Werwie’s development has been evident.To end the season, Carly was on top of the Badger roster in scoring during thelast three outings. She shot her career best of 225 in three rounds at theSusie Maxwell Berning Classic, where she also broke the record for lowest roundever recorded by a female Badger with 71 during the second round.In the final tournament of the spring season, the Big TenChampionships, she led all six Wisconsin competitors and finished at No. 14with a score of 302 after four rounds. The impressive score of 75.5 strokes perround ranks as fifth-best in UW history for 72-holes. After averaging 77.53strokes per round in the spring and fall season combined, Werwie realized thather short game was the only thing stopping her from being atop the leaderboard.?“My short game has gotten a lot better,” Werwiesaid. “In the fall, I was struggling to make up and downs, hitting badchips and wasn’t making as many putts. In the spring season, my short game hasimproved in the sense that I am getting up and down almost every time, so thatreally helps out my scores.”During the cold winter season when she was unable to practiceoutside, Carly spent most of her training in the Kohl Center on a practicegreen that was set up. There she focused on chipping and putting in order tomaintain her confidence during competition. Whenever she traveled to opposingtournaments, Werwie spent a majority of her warm-up on the greens in order tocreate muscle memory and get rid of careless shots. This diligence in her golfgame continues to excite both her teammates and coaches in her bright future asa Badger.“We are excited about seeing her continue to work hardand for her to try to do the best she can do,” Oehrlein said. “She isvery dedicated. She is a very hard worker, and she is very passionate about hergolf game. When you put that together, players have bright futures. I thinkCarly is going to be a leader for us, and we look forward to continuing to workwith her.”With a team that is only losing one senior in Katie Elliot,Werwie noted how quickly she has bonded with her team. This team continuity hasmotivated Carly and her teammates to improve their games over the summertime inorder to stay strong for the fall 2008 campaign.“I think everyone is really excited to get out there inthe fall and improve,” Werwie said. “I want to keep improving my gameand make my scores lower because my first year was great, and I want the nextthree years to be even better.”
Submit StumbleUpon Kambi takes full control of LeoVegas sportsbook portfolio August 26, 2020 Related Articles Share Share Simon Noy – KambiSports betting platform provider Kambi is pulling no punches for this weekend’s mega fight between Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather vs ‘The Notorious’ Conor McGregor (Saturday 26 August).Kambi specialist in ‘tier 1’ bookmaker provisions, has detailed that it will have the most comprehensive betting market inventory for the Las Vegas fight which is has broken wagering levels for combat sports.In the build-up to the fight, Kambi has released pre-fight markets with more than 100 different offers currently available across its client platforms of Mr Green, Unibet, 888Sport and LeoVegas.Furthermore, during fight night Kambi will trade a wide variety of markets in-play, including a range of instant betting offers, which enable customers to place a bet and have it settled within a 60-second window.Speaking to SBC, Kambi Head of In-Play, Simon Noy, said instant betting had become one of the award-winning supplier’s fastest growing markets, particularly among high-value customers.“Since first launching the offer for the 2014 football World Cup, instant betting has become one of our most popular markets, especially across football and tennis where we see high VIP engagement and we are now seeing that interest spread to other sports, such as boxing,” Simon Noy, Kambi Head of In-Play, said.“Punters are increasingly seeking a more casino-style sports betting experience and, thanks to the excellence in Kambi’s supply chain, from data to tools, models, and traders, we are able to meet this demand through the offer of these rapid-fire markets,” he added.Kambi first offered instant betting in boxing back in 2015 for Mayweather’s fight versus Manny Pacquiao, and has since extended the offer to include ‘Fight to end in next minute’._________________________ Kambi and DraftKings agree on final closure terms July 24, 2020 Unibet backs #GoRacingGreen as lead racing charity July 28, 2020
Norway’s monopoly brought into question as problem gambling rates increase May 26, 2020 Submit Lotteritilsynet raises NOK 30m for Norway’s distressed non-profits August 6, 2020 StumbleUpon Related Articles Share Share Stats Perform becomes sole live streaming supplier for Norsk Tipping July 9, 2020 Norway’s Ministry of Culture has confirmed its support for a consultation to consolidate the nation’s gambling laws into a single legislative framework. Endorsed by Culture Minister Abid Raja, the consultation will form the basis for a new bill to merge Norway’s three existing gambling mandates – ‘1992 Gambling Act’, ‘1995 Lottery Act’ and ‘1927 Totalisator Act’.Forwarding the proposal to Norway’s Stortinget (legislative assembly), Raja underlined that the consultation will not review Norsk Tipping (lottery and gambling) and Rikstoto (racing) positions as national gambling monopolies.Instead, Raja will seek to remove the inefficiencies in governing Norway’s gambling monopolies, which to date have been supervised by three separate government entities – The Lottery Committee, Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Agriculture and Food. Under a new legislative framework overseen by the Ministry of Culture, Norsk Tipping and Riskstoto will be subject to stricter state controls, with the government directly appointing the monopolies’ executive and board nominees. Further objectives will see the Ministry of Culture undertake all responsibilities with regards to reviewing Norsk Tipping and Risktoto’s social responsibility and customer care duties.Reducing the number of government agencies overseeing Norwegian gambling legislation, Raja underscored that national regulator Lotteritilsynet will be strengthened in protecting the market against unlicensed operators.The consultation will also enforce new advertising laws, denying remote operators’ access to marketing verticals, which they have been able to circumvented under existing laws. Developing a consolidated framework, the Ministry of Culture stated that it will work with all relevant stakeholders, in designing effective legislation addressing all of gambling’s technicalities in relation to consumer protections, technology advancements and further marketplace dynamics.
Jimmy Allen ReedJames â€œJimmyâ€ Allen, 57, Reed died Saturday, August 30, 2014. He was the 911 Director of Emergency Services for Sumner County.Allen held several positions including KEMA representative to the State Interoperability Executive Committee; KS 911 Coordinating Council board member Governor Appointed for the Operations-Subcommittee; past President (board member) for Kansas Chapter of APCO; South Central Homeland Security communications sub-committee; South Central Region Vice-President to KEMA board; Sumner County Incident Dispatch Team; and Hutchinson Community College Advisory Board (dispatch program).State certifications were held with IMT (Incident Management Team); COML (Communications Leader); COMT (Communication Technician); KCEM-KS Certified Emergency Manager and Mulvane Fire Department Volunteer.Reed is preceded in death by his father, James Reed. Survivors include his wife of 32 years, Mary; daughter, Megan Reed; son, Jacob Reed; mother, Rowena Reed; sister, Joy Sears; brother, John Reed; and Dixie dog Reed. Viewing: 2-8 p.m. Wednesday, Smith Mortuary, 1415 N. Rock Rd, Derby.The family will greet friends from 5-7 pm at the mortuary. Funeral service: 10am Thursday, September 4, 2014, South Rock Christian Church, 900 S. Rock Rd., Derby. Memorials contributions to Mulvane Firefighterâ€™s Special Fund, 910 E. Main, Mulvane, KS or Mulvane Historical Museum, 300 W. Main, Mulvane, KS.
We had a snow game last week, but it ultimately didn’t have a huge effect on the passing or kicking games in that contest. Looking ahead to the Week 16 weather forecast, we shouldn’t have to worry about snow, but there is some wind, rain, and cold that could have a slight affect on start ’em, sit ’em calls for the fantasy football championship round. Before we break down the Week 16 forecast, here’s a reminder that if you have any questions about sports weather or how weather could impact play (and, potentially, your fantasy, DFS, and gambling decisions), don’t hesitate to reach out on Twitter @KevinRothWx or check our hourly NFL weather forecasts on RotoGrinders. To take your game to the next level, subscribe to RotoGrinders’ exclusive WeatherEdge tool and see how different weather conditions have impacted historical scoring. Cardinals at Seahawks. There’s a lower end chance of showers, but nothing major here..WEEK 16 DFS LINEUPS:FD Cash | FD GPP | DK Cash | DK GPP | Y! Cash | Y! GPPAs always, all forecasts are subject to change prior to kickoff. You can follow me on Twitter (@KevinRothWx), check out the hourly automated NFL weather forecasts on RotoGrinders, or take a look at WeatherEdge for updates. We’ve also added automated College Football Weather for those NCAA football fans looking for a little weather insight for bowl games. WEEK 16 FANTASY RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerNFL Week 16 weather updatesSATURDAYTexans at Buccaneers. There’s a chance of showers, and winds will be around 10-15 mph. None of that is quite enough to be really worried.Bills at Patriots. Temps will be below freezing, but there doesn’t figure to be any impactful wind or precipitation, so the temp doesn’t bother me.Rams at 49ers. There’s a decent chance for rain here, but it likely won’t be heavy enough to affect start-or-sit decisions.SUNDAYBengals at Dolphins. It’s the combination of both the wind (10-15 mph) and rain that has me a bit worried here. In 21 games in Miami with similar weather, we’ve seen a decrease to rushing yards, passing yards, and total scoring. It’s a bump down to offense and kicking (stats courtesy of WeatherEdge).Raiders at Chargers. This game is coming in a bit on the windy side, with sustained winds likely around 15 mph and gusts over 25 mph. It’s not the kind of wind that makes it impossible to move the ball, but deeper throws and long field goal attempts will be impacted.