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first_img Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Local Area Millionaire Reveals How to Get Rich with Bitcoin, Without Buying Bitcoin x No Senior in Local Area Should Go Without This £49 Smartwatch x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x £190 Investment To A Second Salary Every Month! x Pole Vaulter Allison Stokke is Finally Talking About the Photo Changing Her Life x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook QPR boss Ian Holloway has again made changes to his starting line-up.Idrissa Sylla and Yeni Ngbakoto, who inspired Rangers to victory over Barnsley in midweek, drop back to the substitutes’ bench along with Ryan Manning.AdChoices广告Strikers Matt Smith and Conor Washington are restored to the side along with Darnell Furlong and Joel Lynch. Jamie Mackie is again on the bench. Leeds have striker Chris Wood and defender Luke Ayling available again, but Kalvin Phillips is suspended. Leeds: Green, Ayling, Bartley, Jansson, Berardi, Bridcutt, Vieira, Roofe, Hernandez, Pedraza, Wood.Subs: Silvestri, Cooper, Sacko, Dallas, Taylor, Doukara, O’Kane. QPR: Smithies, Furlong, Onuoha, Lynch, Bidwell, Wszolek, Hall, Luongo, Freeman, Smith, Washington.Subs: Ingram, Goss, Mackie, Ngbakoto, Sylla, Manning, Morrison. last_img read more

first_imgGoalkeeper Vytautas Cherniauskas finished with CSKA, Tema Sport writes. He is parting ways with the club by mutual agreement after being a solid reserve in recent months.Belchev: In the European tournaments I have 6 games without a loss, but only as an assistant“There is a lot of fatigue in the team”It is rumored that the Lithuanian even terminated his contract before the match with Beroe last night and for this reason did not get into the group. Cherniauskas was not among the 18 in the success with 2: 1 over Lokomotiv (Plovdiv). The “Army” unofficially stated between the two meetings that the reason for the Lithuanian’s absence was an injury. The truth is that Cherniauskas is too expensive for the club to stand as a reserve, and at the same time he has long lost the trust of the staff.Cherniauskas parted ways with the club after exactly 3 years.In the coming days, CSKA will probably part with Bozhidar Chorbadjiiski, as has already happened with Ruben Pinto and Edwin Jesse. There will almost certainly be other departures, as the club will try to transfer Kristian Malinov and Evandro.Antov: The goals remain as high as possible, I am happy for my goal“We were very close to the Bulgarian Cup, but life goes on”last_img read more

first_img Related Articles Share Gamesys tops list for GambleAware Q1 donations July 10, 2020 William Hill accelerates transformation agenda to overcome COVID realities August 5, 2020 StumbleUpon SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Submit Share Tony Kenny – William HillThe World Darts Championship begins at the Alexandra Palace today, with bookmakers expecting a record £50 million to be wagered on the showpiece tournament.As the big guns roll into town to compete for the trophy, SBC News caught up with Tony Kenny, Head of Sponsorship and PR  for main tournament sponsor, William Hill.SBC: Tony, thanks very much for talking to us. Can you introduce your latest product, the William Hill darts iOS app, and tell us what sets it apart from the competition?Tony Kenny: Of course. Using the rapid roulette-style of betting, customers can bet where the first dart of each visit will land, by simply placing casino chips on the dartboard. This new feature adds a completely new ‘rapid-fire’ experience for fans following the action at the World Darts Championship.Available now, the app simulates real dart matches and offers a wide range of other in-play markets, all using the ‘casino-style’ interface so customers can easily follow the match and bet in-play on the event. Live statistics will also be displayed within the app throughout the Championships, keeping fans up to date with the latest scores and highlights.Our darts app is a first in the betting industry, allowing customers the unique chance to bet on a match in real time. By incorporating an element of gamification into the experience, darts fans will be immersed in the game and feel an additional level of excitement for the match.SBC: You mention anticipating a record industry turnover for the tournament and even surpassing £50m in bets; what is the previous record for this?TK: We estimate it was just over £40m last year. At William Hill, we took close to £10m alone on last year’s tournament.SBC: Do you have any specific marketing plans throughout the tournament to get the most out of your sponsorship?TK: We’ll be focusing heavily on the darts app – which is a game-changer in our industry. We’ll also be offering our customers the best prices and value throughout the tournament.SBC: You are replacing Ladbrokes as Chief sponsor of the tournament; what have you learned from them over the past few years?TK: The one thing I’ve learned is that now we have the sponsorship – not to let it go! This is one of the biggest events on the sporting calendar. At Ladbrokes I don’t know who made the decision not to continue the sponsorship, but they must have had a breakdown!SBC: Aside from the outright winner and 9-dart markets, what are the other markets that you expect to be popular with darts punters?TK: The leg betting is always popular – as is the betting on a maximum 170 checkout!SBC: And finally, at William Hill, who are you backing to lift the trophy?TK: We hope it’s not MVG as he’ll cost us a fortune! Adrian Lewis will at least get to the semi-finals this year – and at 25/1 he looks like a good value bet. Michael Smith is a player with a lot of potential and I think I’ll have a cheeky £10 E/W on him at 100/1!____________________________________Tony Kenny, Head of Sponsorship and PRlast_img read more

first_imgStormers and Springbok captain Siya Kolisi was quick to catch up with Roger Federer ahead of the Swiss tennis legend’s much-publicised Match in Africa battle with Rafael Nadal on Friday.The two men are well acquainted.There was talk of Federer attending the North-South derby between the Stormers and Bulls on Saturday, but “family commitments” put paid to those plans.He wouldn’t have been able to watch Kolisi in action anyway as the flanker is recovering from a knee injury sustained last week.Nonetheless, the duo managed to see each other. For more sport your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android.last_img read more

first_img This undated photo taken from video and provided by Woman’s Day shows shows star-shaped ornaments made from wooden clothespins. Crafting ornaments gives families an activity to do together and provides treasures for unpacking at future holiday gatherings. (Woman’s Day via AP) “As my grandmother grew older, she took pleasure in letting me decorate her tree, and I have many happy memories of doing it,” Richter reminisces in his book. “Now one of my favorite and most treasured ornaments is her favorite Santa Claus. Each year when I hang him on my tree, I think of her and smile.”Our children’s handmade ornaments — perhaps incorporating a tiny handprint, a school photo or the year of its making — evoke similar sentiments every holiday season.“Especially in this culture of time-pressed, technology-obsessed and often distracted people, I think it’s more important than ever to pass along the things that really connect us,” says Richter. “And Christmas does that.”From the December/January pages of Woman’s Day magazine come a few ornaments that evoke holidays past. We’ve amended them with another from the magazine’s website that evokes a vintage feel. These crafts require just the simplest of materials, such as toothpicks, yarn and wooden clothespins.Especially when little glue-sticky fingers are at work, these crafts could become next year’s treasures.___KNIT BAUBLE“The ball ornament is the most recognizable ornament at Christmastime,” says Woman’s Day lifestyle director Taryn Mohrman. “You can use one that’s a little chipped . with a bit of yarn, you can turn it into something that evokes soft and cozy, and adds warmth to your tree.”Remove the metal top from a plain ball ornament. Hold two colors of yarn together and hot-glue them inside the opening of the ornament. Once dry, wrap both strands around the ornament to cover it completely; use hot glue to secure as you go.Then apply red acrylic paint to the balls of two rock candy sticks, and trim the ends into points using scissors. Once dry, thread these “knitting needles” through the yarn on the ornament and replace the metal top.___SWEET SCENTED TREE“These ornaments make great gift toppers,” says Mohrman.Bend a 3 1/2-inch piece of naturally coiled wrapped wire, available at crafts stores, in half to form a loop, and then gently push each end into the hollow part of a cinnamon stick. Use hot glue to attach cut sprigs of fresh rosemary for branches and small gems for ornaments.___SPARKLING STARBURSTThis ornament “is about the metallic, the glitter and the shine,” says Mohrman.Carefully push whole and halved toothpicks into a 1 1/2-inch foam ball, and then apply one or two coats of silver spray paint. While the ornament’s still wet, dust fine silver glitter over it. Use a dab of hot glue to attach a string for hanging.___CLOTHESPIN SNOWFLAKE“This is a good sturdy ornament that can be packed away and stand the test of time,” says Mohrman.You need: eight clothespins, craft glue, white acrylic paint, a paintbrush, a foam paintbrush, white glitter, red string and scissors.Start by carefully sliding the metal clips off of the eight clothespins and discard. Reattach two wooden clothespin pieces by gluing the flat sides together. Repeat for the remaining wood pieces. Arrange these reattached wood pieces in the shape of a snowflake and glue together at the base; let dry completely.Apply white paint to the edges and one side of the snowflake. While the paint is still wet, sprinkle on white glitter.Once dry, flip the snowflake over and apply paint and glitter to the other side.Finally, slip a length of red string through one of the openings in the snowflake and tie the ends into a bow; use it to hang the ornament.EVEN SIMPLER NOSTALGIC DIY IDEAS?Richter suggests stringing popcorn and cranberry chains — three popcorns for each cranberry — and tying hole-punched vintage holiday cards to tree branches with red ribbon. Find boxes of old cards at flea markets for a few dollars, he Making your own ornaments and decorations for the holidays has its own rewards — the need to create is strong in many of us — but it feels particularly good to dig out your art supplies at this time of year.As Bob Richter puts it in his new book, “A Very Vintage Christmas” (Rowman & Littlefield): “At the heart of it, this is what Christmas means to me . passing along warmth, memories, tradition, stories and so much more.”Richter keeps his childhood memories alive by decorating with vintage ornaments, some of which he received as a small child from relatives. Each delicate piece evokes a memory. This undated photo provided by Bob Richter shows the cover of his book “A Very Vintage Christmas.” (Ethan David Kent/Bob Richter via AP) This undated photo provided by Woman’s Day shows different ornaments hanging that may be crafted for the holidays using simple items around the house, such as toothpicks, yarn and cinnamon sticks. Crafting ornaments gives families an activity to do together and provides ornaments that may become next year’s treasures. (Erika LaPresto/Woman’s Day via AP)last_img read more

first_imgThis Aug. 8, 2010 file photo shows Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom arriving at the Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, Calif. (AP Photos/Chris Pizzello, file)•    So here’s the truth and trust me you’re not going to want to hear it, but you and I both know the reality, “You are the result of your decisions!” . . . “You are the result of your decisions!”  Lamar Odem has been blessed beyond his wildest dreams.  When you decide to spend $75,000 at a hooker’s ranch and snort up Peru with a Viagra chaser . . . “You are the result of your decisions!”•    And if you want to know where Lamar may have picked up some of his bad habits, you only need to see his former high school coach on national T.V. with his wool hat matching his tie in a 1972 kind of way . . . c’mon man . . . Freddie’s dead!!!•    Mark my words and remember you heard it here first, Hillary Clinton will destroy Donald Trump head to head.Bill Neal•    Will the Michael Vick bashers please stand up, please stand up?  Not nearly enough said about the job he’s done.  If the coaching decisions against the Ravens had been better, he would be 2 and 0.•    Ain’t no party like a Poindexter party cause a Poindexter party don’t stop.  Hell, for all I know, Big Dex and his boys are still at the Genuine Pub!  Great weekend Dex.  Happy trails.  Love ya man!•    Steelers win Sunday against Arizona, but it won’t be easy.  The Cardinals put a lot of points on the board and Carson Palmer has been reborn at Q.B.•    The 2nd Annual Pittsburgh City League Hall of Fame Awards is sold out!  I tried to tell ya, but nooooo you didn’t want to hear it.  You can try the overflow room at the door at cost, but there’s no guarantee and there are only 50 seats there!< You Have Just Crossed the Finish Line >last_img read more

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first_imgDear Editor,There are so many Caribbean countries – each made up of more than one million people – that can fit into our Dadanawah Ranch in the Rupununi, and none of them has any parking meters. I have been travelling to Boa Vista in Brazil for over 40 years; it is eighty-three thousand square miles, has less than one million people, and one cannot find parking space there. Guyana is defending the installation of parking meters by saying it will bring economic benefits to enhance development. I am hard pressed to believe that some of our leaders and policy makers have studied economics, even in Sunday school. How can economic benefits enhance Georgetown when eighty percent of the total money collected from our tax payers for parking is going into the pockets of a foreign company which cares nothing about our city, country or people?I do not believe that parking meters can ever enhance Georgetown.Let’s take a quick look at the pros and cons.A person who wants to go into a commercial bank in Georgetown would pay $200 for one hour of parking time, thinking that is enough time. When he enters the bank, he is faced with a very long line. He joins the line, hoping to finish in time. Unfortunately, he spends some more time to complete his business, all this time in deep stress about parking meters. When he comes out, he finds his vehicle clamped, so he is faced with more stress; he has to get another vehicle, or call a taxi to take him to the competent authority, where he will pay a hefty fine, get a release for his vehicle, and get another taxi to take him back to his vehicle. That is what I call a total waste of productive time, a waste of money, and a bundle of stress.PRIVATE PAY PARKS: An attendant is present. You leave your car, the time is checked. When you return, your vehicle is safe, you pay on the spot for the time your car was left in the park; you drive away and go about your business immediately. No stress, and no waste of money or time.FIXED PAY PARKING: For many years during the PPP rule, we paid $200 to park our vehicles at the Timehri airport park. During the last twenty months, there has been an increase by one hundred and fifty percent. No one complained, you wait at the airport until your family or friends arrive, you drive away; no clamping, no fines, no waste of time.Remember that shortly after the 2015 elections, we were asked to pay 100% increase on fitness and licence to use our roads; not to mention the many millions of dollars Government is collecting on import duties and taxes on every vehicle, except for a few special people. Also, taxes are collected on every gallon of fuel consumed.My dear leaders and councillors, my advice to you is to tighten your belts, cut your losses, and send those parking meters back where they came from before it’s too late. Our people seem to be very desperate in defending their rights.Sincerely,Ed SinghLethemlast_img read more

first_imgGerrard’s goal prevented him from tasting defeat on his last Stamford Bridge appearance, but with Liverpool now six points below Manchester United with six points to play for — and a vastly inferior goal difference — their top-four bid is effectively over.With the dubious consolation of a Europa League berth awaiting, attention will now turn to next weekend’s visit of Crystal Palace, when Gerrard will make his final Anfield appearance before he leaves for the Los Angeles Galaxy.There was nothing riding on the game for Chelsea, who secured the title by beating Palace last weekend, but manager Jose Mourinho gave a nod to the future by handing a full debut to 19-year-old Ruben Loftus-Cheek.Liverpool elected to grant Chelsea’s players a guard of honour as they emerged from the tunnel and the hosts, a little gallingly, laid out a length of blue carpet for the purpose.But expectations of a congenial afternoon evaporated within seconds of kick-off as Cesc Fabregas slid in on Raheem Sterling and caught the Liverpool forward high on the ankle.The Spaniard was booked, while referee Andre Marriner sowed confusion by appearing to flash a red card in the direction of John Mikel Obi, only to quickly return it to his pocket.Within five minutes Chelsea led. Fabregas bent a corner from the right towards the back post and Terry eluded Rickie Lambert to plant a downward header past Simon Mignolet.Mikel was partnered in midfield by Loftus-Cheek and Liverpool sought to exploit the unfamiliarity there by shuffling the ball forward through the middle.Sterling shot wide and Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois saved with his legs from Philippe Coutinho, while Glen Johnson found the side-netting after wriggling along the byline on the left.– Zouma goes off –Seemingly determined to play the villain, Fabregas kept Liverpool on alert by springing his side forward at every opportunity.His pass from deep to Loic Remy forced Mignolet to race from his line and save, and he later saw a shot from a tight angle on the right deflected wide by the Belgian.Gerrard tumbled while pursuing Fabregas at one point, prompting crowing chants of ‘Steven Gerrard, he slips when he wants!’ in reference to the Liverpool skipper’s infamous slip from last season’s reverse fixture.But the sight of French centre-back Kurt Zouma hobbling off to be replaced by Gary Cahill in the 34th minute intruded upon the hosts’ harmony and by half-time, Liverpool were level.After Branislav Ivanovic had been penalised for tugging back Adam Lallana, Jordan Henderson clipped a free-kick to the back post and Gerrard headed in.He eschewed a celebration against the club he twice came close to joining, instead jogging back to his own half unceremoniously.Liverpool came within a whisker of completing the turnaround early in the second half, Coutinho side-footing wide from Sterling’s cut-back, before Willian twice went close at the other end.But champions or not, Mourinho was in no mood for charity, as he demonstrated by sending on Nemanja Matic for the promising Loftus-Cheek, who departed having completed all 27 of his attempted passes.Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers took the opportunity to showcase two youngsters of his own, sending on 18-year-old Jerome Sinclair for his league debut and 19-year-old Jordon Ibe.There were openings at either end for Sterling and Fabregas, but neither player tested the goalkeeper and the game faded out in the sunshine.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard (2-R) celebrates with his teammates after scoring the 1-1 equalizer during the English Premier League soccer match between Chelsea FC and Liverpool FC at Stamford Bridge in LondonLONDON, May 10- Liverpool’s hopes of Champions League qualification were all but ended on Sunday as they drew 1-1 at newly crowned Premier League champions Chelsea in a langourous end-of-season encounter.Both goals were headers scored by former England captains, with Chelsea skipper John Terry’s fifth-minute opener cancelled out shortly before half-time by his Liverpool counterpart Steven Gerrard.last_img read more

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