Bale rues Champions League failure

first_img Press Association Gareth Bale admits he found Tottenham’s latest failure to qualify for the Champions League hard to stomach. Bale will play his last match of the season on Thursday when he and his Tottenham team-mates take on the Jamaica national team in a friendly in the Bahamas. Bale, who scored 31 goals for club and country this term, will discuss his future with Spurs over the next coming weeks. The club are understandably keen to hold on to their star man and manager Andre Villas-Boas recently called on the forward to end speculation about his future by signing a new deal at White Hart Lane. For now, the signs look promising for Tottenham fans. From his comments in the immediate aftermath of the victory over Sunderland, he seemed in no mood to abandon ship and head to Real Madrid. “We fought hard this season, the team and the manager have been great,” he said. “We have got the record points for the club in the Premier League. “That would normally be enough to qualify for the Champions League, but it’s not meant to be again. It’s disappointing, but we will pick ourselves up again. We will just have to regroup this season and give it another go.” Villas-Boas is keen to build his team around Bale next season, and stressed that significant investment was required in order to bridge the small gap between themselves and Arsenal. Leandro Damiao, Christian Eriksen, Christian Benteke and Heung-Min Son have been mentioned as possible targets for the north London club. Bale thinks the foundations are there for Spurs to have a successful 2013-14 season. He added: “It was great to get the win but the clouds just came over and made it a little bit duller, but it’s something we have to learn from, we are a young squad, and we will take it in to the future.” center_img Bale rounded off a remarkable year on Sunday by scoring his 26th goal of the season, but his wonder winner against Sunderland was not enough to earn the club Champions League qualification. Having enjoyed such a successful season personally, the Welshman concedes that he was disappointed to miss out on another shot at the big time. “It was obviously great to sign off with a great goal in the last minute, but circumstances made it hard to celebrate,” Bale told Spurs TV Online after picking up his latest accolade – the Tottenham Player-of-the-Year award. “To play the way we have also but to miss out on our objective (Champions League qualification) is very disappointing.” last_img read more

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Sturridge stars again in Villa defeat

first_imgDaniel Sturridge proved Liverpool’s match-winner for a second successive weekend as the Merseyside club edged out Aston Villa 1-0 to make their best start to a Premier League season for five years. Liverpool finished second to Manchester United that season and Rodgers can only be delighted with the start his side have made without the suspended Luis Suarez. For Villa, it was their third game in a tough opening eight days of the new season after victory at Arsenal and defeat at Chelsea, and they appeared off the pace in the opening 40 minutes against a sharper Reds side. A late flurry at the end of the first half set the tone for a second period in which the hosts dominated and could well have taken a share of the spoils. Liverpool’s new goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, who saved a late penalty against Stoke, denied the in-form Christian Benteke with a superb one-handed stop. There was plenty of cause for optimism for a youthful Villa side who have already showed signs of development from the one which struggled against relegation last term, despite failing to keep a Premier League clean sheet for a club-record 25th match. Villa manager Paul Lambert handed full debuts to summer signings Jores Okore and Leandro Bacuna, while Rodgers kept faith with the starting XI who saw off Stoke. Both sides looked to feel each other out inside the opening 15 minutes, with the visitors showing the greater incision, although neither goalkeeper was forced into action. Philippe Coutinho sent an effort high and wide after good work down the left by Enrique as the Reds started to dominate possession. And it was no surprise when they made the breakthrough after 21 minutes. Sturridge started the move before losing his marker, Okore, and when Enrique’s pass from the left was dummied by Coutinho on the edge on the area, the former Chelsea striker showed great footwork to evade two defenders as well as Guzan and convert. The Birmingham-born striker, who started his youth career with Villa, delivered a moment of pure quality midway through the first half, receiving Jose Enrique’s left-wing pass before dancing past two defenders, rounding Brad Guzan and transferring his balance to poke home with his left foot. It came after the England marksman fired the Reds to a 1-0 opening-day win over Stoke, leaving Brendan Rodgers’ side with six points from their first two league games for the first time since 2008. Press Association The goal only further boosted Liverpool’s confidence while the hosts were chasing shadows at times. With the home faithful becoming slightly frustrated, Bacuna sent Villa’s first effort harmlessly wide after 32 minutes before Benteke’s control let him down at a crucial moment. And then with half-time approaching, Villa had two decent openings. Benteke finally forced Mignolet into action, tipping the Belgium international’s effort around a post, before Andreas Weimann saw his shot deflected narrowly over the crossbar. Lambert’s side started the second half with more purpose and, roared on by a sell-out Villa Park crowd, Ashley Westwood twice fired over from distance. Importantly, however, Mignolet was barely troubled by the time Liverpool boss Rodgers handed a debut to new loan signing Aly Cissokho in the 69th minute. Benteke and Weimann then headed wide before an unmarked Gabriel Agbonlahor volleyed off target from 12 yards having been presented with a great chance to level. Matt Lowton finally forced Mignolet into action from long distance before Liverpool’s summer signing from Sunderland produced a superb 86th-minute stop to keep out Benteke. Karim El Ahmadi headed on to fellow substitute Nicklas Helenius and he found Benteke, whose powerful drive was brilliantly pushed around a post by Mignolet – ensuring Villa have now beaten the Reds just once in their last 16 Premier League meetings at Villa Park. last_img read more

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Celtic score historic treble-treble with Scottish Cup win

first_img(REUTERS) – Scottish champions Celtic fought back from a goal down to beat Heart of Midlothian 2-1 in the Scottish Cup final to clinch an unprecedented ‘treble-treble’ at Hampden Park in Glasgow yesterday.Celtic have now won all three domestic trophies on offer – the Scottish Premiership, Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup – for the third consecutive year.Celtic won the League Cup in December, beating Aberdeen 1-0 in the final, and sealed their eighth consecutive league title earlier this month.“You’ll never see this again,” Celtic boss Neil Lennon, who succeeded Brendan Rodgers in February, told the BBC. “In footballing parlance, it’s impossible (to put this into words). That’s nine trophies out of nine, it’s remarkable.”Ryan Edwards gave Celtic a scare with a goal for Hearts in the 52nd minute but French striker Odsonne Edouard grabbed a brace, the second a penalty, to give Lennon’s side victory and a place in history.last_img read more

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Dare Assures Stakeholders Sports Industry Policy will Accelerate Investments in the…

first_imgWhile congratulating members of the steering committee of the Sports Industry Working Group (SIWG), the minister praised the policy validation committee and the National Sport Industry Policy Drafting Committee, the relevant MDAs, and ministries for their commitment in bringing the draft into reality.” On behalf of the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development, I congratulate all members of the committee for this giant stride, your commitment, dedication and doggedness to bring this draft sports policy to reality. Your efforts are highly appreciated.Dare further described the policy as a new dawn that will drive the process of moving sports away from being recreational to business.“I recall the opportunity I had during the 25th Nigerian Economic Summit, to chair its Sports Industry Business Roundtable Session. The session featured various speakers from all sectors emphasizing the challenges in developing sports as a viable business sector capable of attracting investments and delivering returns to investors. This gave birth to setting up various groups to review our 2009 Sports Policy which no doubt is now obsolete.“However, this draft of the National Sports Industry Policy is a review of the 2009 and 2018 editions and the exercise is principally intended to update the norms and values in the sports industry in achieving the mandate, vision and mission of the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development in line with international best practices. Most importantly is to inject a business model into our sports development.“It is important to note that this reviewed National Sports Industry Policy will proffer solutions to four key issues: 3 I (s) and I(p) that will take sports to the next level – Infrastructure, Investment, Incentives and policy.”The Minister also commended the Permanent Secretary, Mr Gabriel Aduda, the Co-chairman, Mr Ufot Udeme and other members of the committee for their valuable contributions towards the drafting of the new National Sport Industry PolicyThe National Sports Industry Policy will be unveiled to the general public and the National Council of Sports for comments and feedbacks before it would be officially presented to the Federal Executive Council (FEC) for final approval.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram A new dawn beckons for the Nigerian sports with the presentation of the new Sports Industry Policy to the Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Mr. Sunday Dare.Speaking while receiving the draft of the National Sports Industry Policy, Mr Dare said the policy would accelerate sports development and add value to the talents of our sports men and women.The minister described it as a milestone, with the capacity to change the face of the running of sports business in Nigeria.last_img read more

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Gosia Wlaszczuk and Syracuse fall short in 4-set loss to UNC

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 7, 2015 at 12:37 am Contact Jack: jfupton@syr.edu Gosia Wlaszczuk left the court in tears. With her sweatshirt wrapped around her head, she tried to contain her emotions.“She’s very competive,” Syracuse head coach Leonid Yelin said of the senior. “She was disappointed in herself sometimes, and sometimes with the decision of a hitter.”Wlaszczuk, who’s not usually the most emotional player, was getting in the face of her teammates, slamming the ball into the ground and screaming at herself after points.Yelin spoke about Wlaszczuk’s relentless effort and passion for the game. He mentioned that she gets frustrated when her teammates are not giving 100 percent.“When she thinks it’s time to push it and somebody is making a sloppy play, that’s when you hear from her,” Yelin said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe team spoke about the excitement it had to play a top program like North Carolina. Coming off a year in which the Orange was at the bottom of the standings in the ACC, it’s had a much more successful 2015 campaign.However, Yelin stated the importance of getting excited not only to play, but beat the big teams. On Friday night, SU lost to the Tar Heels, three sets to one, at the Women’s Building.“All season we’ve said we cannot lose to the bottom teams, those teams we have to beat,” Yelin said. “The Louisville, Florida State, North Carolina teams, we’re hunting them.”The Tar Heels, who have several six-foot tall players, seemed to overpower the Orange. Nonetheless, Friday’s point leader, Leah Levert said she didn’t feel intimated by UNC.“I didn’t even realize they were big,” Levert said. “It doesn’t matter, my job is to block.”Yelin, who paused to let his players answer a question about the size of North Carolina’s first line, was happy to hear that his players didn’t feel intimidated.“If you’re intimidated by size or physical ability you’ve already lost. I was concerned,” Yelin said.The ball dropped to the court. Jalissa Trotter had her feet seemingly glued to the wood floor. The five Syracuse players on the floor stared at each other, not saying a word.Trotter wasn’t the only Syracuse player guilty of miscommunication; it was happening all night.Wlaszczuk had the second-lowest hitting percentage on the team and was making several unforced errors, missing serves and sets throughout the match.The team’s assist leader, who received a yellow card during the game, was not made available for comment by SU Athletics after the game.She was given the card after mocking the ref on what she felt was a missed touch of the net penalty on the Tar Heels. She got the card after several warnings from the referees.Wlaszczuk was then taken out of the game by Yelin for the first time all match, with fewer than five points remaining in the set.The frustration, Yelin said, was fueled by missed opportunities.“We missed a couple of great opportunities… in the most important points, we took a break.” Commentslast_img read more

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NFL Draft picks by college 2020: LSU beats out Michigan, Ohio State, Alabama for most draft picks

first_imgLSU led all schools with 14 picks. The Tigers had an FBS-best five first-round picks after winning the College Football Playoff championship. Joe Burrow (Cincinnati, No. 1), K’Lavon Chaisson (Jacksonville, No. 20), Justin Jefferson (Minnesota, No. 22), Patrick Queen (Baltimore, No. 28) and Clyde Edwards-Helaire (Kansas City, No. 32) were the Tigers taken in the first round. MORE 2020 NFL DRAFT:Full results | Team-by-team grades | Winners & losersMichigan finished with 10 picks. The Wolverines had just one first-round pick, Cesar Ruiz (New Orleans, No. 24), but they had eight picks on Day 3. Ohio State also finished with 10 picks. The Buckeyes had three first-round selections: Chase Young (Washington, No. 2), Jeff Okudah (Detroit, No. 3) and Damon Arnette (Las Vegas, No. 19). Alabama finished with nine picks. The Crimson Tide had four first-round selections, a run that started with quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (Miami) with the No. 5 pick. Jedrick Willis (Cleveland, No. 10), Henry Ruggs III (Las Vegas, No. 12) and Jerry Jeudy (Denver, No. 15) completed the Round 1 group. LSU and Alabama’s contributions helped the SEC lead all conferences with 63 selections this year.Sporting News breaks down the 2020 NFL Draft by school and identifies the top football factories: 2020 NFL Draft picks by collegeSCHOOL1234567TOTALLSU523201114Michigan110125010Ohio State313001210Alabama43200009Utah01311107Clemson21120017Florida11210117Georgia21011117Notre Dame02111106Auburn21011106Penn State02010205TCU21100015Iowa11100025Minnesota01002025Mississippi State01200025South Carolina10110014Oklahoma21100004Wisconsin01111004Oregon10011104Miami, Fla.00021014Baylor01010114Temple00101114Texas00201003Boise State01002003UCLA00120003Cal00110103Oregon State00000303Colorado01100013Memphis00100023Louisiana01010013USC11000002Kentucky00110002Missouri00110002Appalachian State00110002Charlotte00110002Washington00011002Tulsa00011002North Carolina00011002Louisiana Tech00020002West Virginia00002002Virginia00002002Texas Tech10001002Fresno State00010102Texas A&M00100102Georgia Southern00001102Wake Forest00001102Maryland00010102Wyoming00100102Tennessee01000012Arizona State10000012Arkansas00100012FIU00010012Purdue00010012Michigan State00010012Stanford00010012Nebraska00000112N.C. State00001012Tulane00001012Marshall00001012Syracuse00001012Navy00000011Kansas00000101San Diego State00001001Utah State10000001Florida State01000001Louisville10000001Lenoir-Rhyne01000001Boston College01000001Southern Illinois01000001Cincinnati00100001SMU00000101Houston00100001Vanderbilt00100001Dayton00100001Connecticut00100001UCF00010001Virginia Tech00100001St. John’s00010001Liberty00010001FAU00010001New Mexico State00001001Rhode Island00001001Pitt00000011Indiana00000101Southern Miss00000101Washington State00000101Massachusetts00000101Hawaii00000011Miami, Ohio00000011James Madison00000011Georgia Tech00000101North Dakota State00000011Tennessee State00000011Washburn00000011Ball State000010012020 NFL Draft picks by conference CONF1234567TOTALSEC151015825863Big Ten5756511948Pac-12336737332ACC332372424Big 12534142322AAC005432519MWC111132110C-USA001511210Independent02122209Sun Belt01121117FCS01101036MAC00001012Division II01000012Division III00010001How many LSU players got drafted?1. Joe Burrow, QB, Cincinnati (No. 1 overall) 2. K’Lavon Chaisson, DE, Jacksonville (No. 20 overall) 3. Justin Jefferson, WR, Minnesota (No. 22 overall) 4. Patrick Queen, LB, Baltimore (No. 28 overall) 5. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, Kansas City (No. 32 overall) 6. Grant Delpit, S, Cleveland (No. 44 overall) 7. Kristian Fulton, CB, Tennessee (No. 61 overall) 8. Damien Lewis, G, Seattle (No. 69 overall) 9. Lloyd Cushenberry II, C, Denver (No. 83 overall) 10. Jacob Phillips, LB, Cleveland (No. 97 overall) 11. Saahdiq Charles, T, Washington (No. 108 overall) 12. Rashad Lawrence, DT, Arizona (No. 131 overall) 13. Blake Ferguson, LS, Miami (No. 185 overall) 14. Stephen Sullivan, TE, Denver (No. 252 overall)  Four major college programs dominated the NFL Draft in 2020. LSU, Michigan, Ohio State and Alabama sent a combined 43 players to the league. They were the only schools with nine or more players drafted.  How many Michigan players got drafted? 1. Cesar Ruiz, C, New Orleans (No. 24 overall)2. Josh Uche, EDGE, New England (No. 60 overall)3. Ben Bredeson, G, Baltimore (No. 143 overall)4. Khaleke Hudson, S, Washington (No. 162 overall)5. Mike Danna, DE, Kansas City (No. 177 overall)6. Michael Onwenu, G, Kansas City (No. 182 overall)7. Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Cleveland (No. 187 overall)8. Jon Runyan, T, Green Bay (No. 192 overall)9. Josh Metellus, S, Minnesota (No. 205 overall)10. Jordan Glasgow, S, Indianapolis (No. 213 overall)How many Ohio State players got drafted?1. Chase Young, DE, Washington (No. 2 overall) 2. Jeff Okudah, CB, Detroit (No. 3 overall) 3. Damon Arnette, CB, Las Vegas (No. 19 overall) 4. J.K. Dobbins, RB, Baltimore (No. 55 overall) 5. Davon Hamilton, DT, Jacksonville (No. 73 overall) 6. Jonah Jackson, G, Detroit (No. 75 overall) 7. Malik Harrison, LB, Baltimore (No. 98 overall) 8. Jordan Fuller, S, Los Angeles Rams (No. 199 overall) 9. KJ Hill, WR, Los Angeles Chargers (No. 220 overall) 10. Jashon Cornell, DE, Detroit (No. 235 overall) How many Alabama players got drafted?1. Tua Tagovailoa, Miami (No. 5 overall) 2. Jedrick Wills, Cleveland (No. 10 overall) 3. Henry Ruggs III, Las Vegas (No. 12 overall) 4. Jerry Jeudy, WR, Denver (No. 15 overall) 5. Xavier McKinney, S, New York Giants (No. 36 overall) 6. Trevon Diggs, CB, Dallas (No. 51 overall) 7. Raekwon Davis, DE, Miami (No. 56 overall) 8. Terrell Lewis, LB, Los Angeles Rams (No. 84 overall) 9. Anfernee Jennings, LB, New England (No. 87 overall)last_img read more

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Schickel says these are “exciting times” in Mason City

first_imgMASON CITY — Mason City mayor Bill Schickel gave his annual “State of the City” address last night, saying the city is pointed in the right direction for progress.  “I said I can capture the state of the city really in two words — exciting times. These are just very exciting times in Mason City and all you have to do is look around to understand that. On the north side of town, the east side and the west side, things happening in all of those areas. I talked about we just completed a decade of change in Mason City and now I think we’re moving into a decade of doing,” he says.   Schickel says the city does have a number of challenges ahead.   “Completing the River City Renaissance project, investing in our neighborhoods, flood mitigation, making sure we are wise stewards of the taxpayer dollars. We know that there’s going to be bumps along the road, that just goes with the territory that we will have setbacks, but the way I see people pulling together, we’ll pull together and address those challenges together one by one.” Schickel says the community attitude of Mason City is good.  “I talked about not only have we seen changes in the face of Mason City, but changes in who we are as a community, what we can do, what we were capable of. I think a lot of people have begun to realize that leadership does not just involve one person, but it involves all of us.” Schickel made his comments on the “Ask the Mayor” program on AM-1300 KGLO. Watch Schickel’s “State of the City” address via the video player below starting at the 15:15 mark You can listen back to today’s program via this audio playerlast_img read more

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Star halves justify their hefty salaries

first_imgSt George Illawarra Dragons prop James Graham claimed not to “understand the halfback position that well”, but he summed up the reason NRL playmakers now command long-term contracts and big money as well as anyone during the opening weekend of the Telstra Premiership.With record offseason movement of players and 14 of the 16 NRL teams fielding a different halves pairing than they did in last season’s first round, the spotlight was always going to be on the performances of the playmakers – and most of them delivered in impressive style.Ben Hunt turned the game for the Dragons, Mitchell Pearce was the match-winner for Newcastle Knights, Johnathan Thurston and Ash Taylor produced the decisive plays in wins by North Queensland Cowboys and Gold Coast Titans, Blake Green starred for New Zealand Warriors and Nathan Cleary steered Penrith Panthers to victory.Even in a losing team, Cooper Cronk came up with a late 40-20 kick that presented the Sydney Roosters with a chance to deliver a knock-out blow but a handling error let Wests Tigers off the hook and Corey Thompson scored at the other end.”Junior did what he got brought here to do, put the polish on the end of the game,” Knights coach Nathan Brown said after Pearce’s extra-time field goal in the 19-18 defeat of Manly Warringah Sea Eagles on Friday night.But it is not just the winning plays that make the playmakers worth the $1 million-plus contracts that many of them now earn, it is the impact they have on the players around them – and particularly those in other key positions.With Green taking on the decision make role for the Warriors, Shaun Johnson was free to do what he does best and the star halfback had a hand in four of his team’s tries in their 32-20 defeat of South Sydney Rabbitohs, while hooker Issac Luke had arguably his best game for the club.The difference in the Knights with Pearce at the helm was obvious. The wooden spooners of the past three seasons would have almost certainly lost to the Sea Eagles during that period.However, Pearce steadied his side and directed team-mates where to run to give him the opportunity to kick the 88th-minute field goal, while hooker Slade Griffin and rookie fullback Kalyn Ponga were revelations in their first games alongside the premiership-winning halfback.For the Dragons, Hunt not only came up with an intercept try to give his side ascendency in their 34-12 defeat of Brisbane Broncos but his organisational skills and kicking enabled Gareth Widdop to play more of a running game.”Gareth has got bottomless talent and he likes to play instinctive footy, whereas if you were the No.7 you have got to execute the game plan,” Dragons coach Paul McGregor said.Hunt had been identified as the playmaker who could convert the narrow losses of last season into narrow wins for the Dragons, but he has the potential to blow those games wide open through the opportunities he will create for the likes of Tyson Frizell, Jason Nightingale and the other players around him.Remarkably, Broncos coach Wayne Bennett said last week that the club couldn’t afford to match the Dragons reported $6 million, five-year offer to Hunt but they could be regretting that decision after just one game.With playmakers having such an impact on the success of their teams, long-term deals have become the standard and Hunt, Taylor, Michael Morgan (Cowboys) and Daly Cherry-Evans (Sea Eagles) are all signed until the end of the 2022 season, while Pearce is committed to the Knights until 2021.After such a frenzy of off-season trading, which also saw Cronulla Sharks five-eighth Matt Moylan and Panthers’ James Maloney swap clubs, Kieran Foran leave the Warriors for the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs and Josh Reynolds move from Belmore to the Tigers, clubs seeking a new playmaker in 2019 have few options.Among the leading playmakers off contract at the end of this season are the Canberra Raiders duo of Aidan Sezer and Blake Austin, Titans five-eighth Kane Elgey and Sharks veteran Trent Hodkinson, who moved from Newcastle after the arrival of Pearce.Most clubs are likely to wait until the following season, when Cleary, Johnson, Tigers halfback Luke Brooks and the Parramatta Eels pairing of Mitchell Moses and Corey Norman come on to the market.Download the Telstra Premiership draw to your calendarDownload the Intrust Super Premiership (NSW) draw to your calendarDownload the Intrust Super Cup (Qld) draw to your calendarDownload the State of Origin draw to your calendarlast_img read more

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Young Sasindran represents PNG in karting circuit

first_imgSasindran is the son of West New Britain Governor Sasindran Muthuvel.Young Sasindran was very proud of his achievement and to represent PNG at this international race.Governor Muthuvel posted on his Facebook page about his son’s achievement and thanked Lord Krishna for his protection on his son.“Proud of you my son Shyam Sasindran, though participated for the first time, you came within first 5 in the race in Singapore and got an award, thank you for flying our flag high and representing PNG.“Hope the sports Minister Justin Tkatchenko recognises your effort to represent PNG.“Congratulations son,” Muthuvel posted on his Facebook page.KF1 is the top level of karting. It is open to the best drivers aged 15 and up.This class used to be called Formula A and has changed since January 2007 when CIK-FIA decided to replace the 100 cc water-cooled two-stroke engines with 125 cc Touch-and-Go (TaG) water-cooled two-stroke engines (KF type).As the Formula One of karting, KF1 has very high costs.It is needed to finance a lot of practice, training and testing, team costs, chassis and engines, tires and parts, and quite a lot of traveling.Most teams in this category are factory teams or financed by chassis or engine manufacturers.Drivers typically compete in national competitions, then move into international racing in the KF3 or KF2 classes where they must finish in the top 34 to qualify to compete in KF1.Once in KF1, drivers either stay for a few years to improve their skills before moving on to car racing, or they become professional kart racers and race in KF1 until they retire.Many successful racing drivers and all current F1 drivers started their careers in karts.(Pictures by Governor Sasindran Muthuvel)last_img read more

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Albert Riera has the Galatasaray door open

first_imgFatih Terim has determined to vary his teaching employees. One in all his assistant Hasan Sas, a former Turkish worldwide Galatasaray, He left the membership this Monday with an announcement on social networks. One other helper is predicted Umit Davala, from the identical technology of Sas in Galatasaray and in the Turkey group, can even go away the membership in the coming days. Since then Terim has just one assistant left, Levent Sahin. In line with inside sources of the Turkish membership to ACETerim plans to create a stronger teaching employees along with his former gamers Albert Riera and Johan elmander for the subsequent marketing campaign. After deciding to finish his profession as an expert soccer participant, Riera started the teaching course. The Balearic by no means hid his will to return to work at Galatasaray the place he has had superb instances. The previous Spanish worldwide informed ACE than “he needs to work with Terim at Galatasaray”.“To start with, you need to present respect to the coaches at Galatasaray, Hasan Sas and Umit Davala. They’re superb individuals and nice professionals. After I was a footballer, they have been additionally in the teaching employees at the membership and now we have had a number of successes collectively. I’ve heard one thing, however up to now I’ve not spoken to anybody at Galatasaray. I’m clear that I might very very like to work at Galatasaray as a coach. It might be an excellent step for my profession. I do know someday I’ll return to work at Galatasaray, however I don’t know when it could possibly be “he defined Albert Riera.Albert Riera performed at Galatasaray between 2011-2014 and gained two Turkish league titles, two Tremendous Cups and a Turkish Cup with the lions.last_img read more

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