Compton rues Alaska’s defensive lapses in loss to Magnolia

first_img“The thing is, our hearts are on the right places, but we need to be mentally sharper and relaxed.”Alaska allowed Magnolia to shoot 11-of-26  from distance with Paul Lee playing the main gunner for the Hotshots.Lee finished with 30 points, seven rebounds, and six assists and went 6-of-8 from deep, including a dagger with 3:26 left that gave Magnolia a 103-92 lead.“We obviously have to be way sharper, we had 22 turnovers, a ton of missed free throws, missed rotations on defense that gave them easy layups, and too much Paul Lee,” said Compton.Magnolia capitalized on Alaska’s miscues scoring 22 points off turnovers while scoring 46 points in the shaded area.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Healthy again, Paul Lee leads way for Hotshots 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 Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours View comments Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina MOST READ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals Brian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “We came in the game and really forgot some of our fundamental stuff defensively,” said Compton Wednesday at Filoil Flying V Centre. “In the second quarter, we gave up a ton of layups. I don’t like to call timeouts to stop the bleeding, but there were so many fundamental things that we had to correct.”Alaska had a respectable 22-12 lead midway through the first quarter but the Hotshots slowly chipped it away and managed to take the 36-35 bubble at the 6:56 mark of the second period after a 24-13 run.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkMagnolia then, ended the second period on a 15-5 run for a 57-47 lead heading into the break.“We don’t usually lose our defensive intensity, on offense we rush sometimes, we get too excited,” said Compton. “As a whole team, we were all so amped up, and that’s the sort of a theme we had in the pre-season.” OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES There were a lot of things that Alaska can point to when it lost 108-95 to Magnolia in its PBA Philippine Cup opener, but for head coach Alex Compton it boiled down to the very basic.ADVERTISEMENT Scottie Thompson also worthy of Finals MVP, thinks Cone Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompsonlast_img read more

Back by the beach, Dodgers look to get hot in World Series

first_imgLATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Lyceum destroys Letran to return to NCAA finals 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 View comments Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil “You get on the road and things can be a little quirky,” Buehler said. “I would think that most people would be better at their home ballpark and to have their home crowd behind them. And we expect them to be out and loud tomorrow.”With the shift to the National League, the designated hitter vanishes. Boston manager Alex Cora must decide whether to insert J.D. Martinez into an outfield corner to keep the major league RBI leader in the batting order. He ruled out shifting Mookie Betts from right field to second base to create room.Martinez is playing with a sore right ankle after slipping while rounding second base in the opener.“Actually he felt better today walking around,” Cora said. “He got treatment on the way here. He’s going to get treatment tomorrow. He’ll get treatment tomorrow morning. In the afternoon we’ll make a decision.”After starting the first all right-handed-hitting lineup (with no switch-hitters) in Series history against lefties Chris Sale and David Price, Roberts will revert to a more orthodox assortment against Porcello. Left-handed-hitting Joc Pederson will lead off instead of Brian Dozier, and fellow lefties Cody Bellinger and Max Muncy could join him along with switch-hitting catcher Yasmani Grandal. The benched quartet included the Dodgers’ top four home-run hitters.Roberts was a member of the 2004 Red Sox, who became the first team to overcome a 3-0 postseason deficit when they beat the New York Yankees in the AL Championship Series. Boston then swept St. Louis for its first title since 1918. Roberts remembered the message of then-Red Sox manager Terry Francona: win tonight.“You can’t win four games in one night,” Roberts said. “So just the focus-on-one-game-at-a-time mentality. I know it’s easier said than done.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Dodger Stadium viewed on Thursday, Oct., 25, 2018, a day ahead of World Series Game 3 between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Boston Red Sox. The Series shifted scene after the Red Sox took a 2-0 lead in the cold of Boston’s Fenway Park. (AP Photo/Ron Blum)LOS ANGELES — Palm trees! Shorts! Sunglasses!While the World Series isn’t quite a trip to the beach, the Boston Red Sox anticipate staying hot in balmy California, and the Los Angeles Dodgers hope a warm welcome will help them reverse a 2-0 deficit.ADVERTISEMENT Los Angeles traveled Thursday, deciding to get a full night’s sleep in a Boston hotel rather than flop on flat-bed airplane seats while cruising cross-country through the night. Boston’s players spent the night at home, then jetted west.Porcello went straight from the charter to Dodger Stadium, GQ ready in a dark suit, dress shirt and violet necktie.“I actually have it buttoned up because I have a stain on my white shirt,” he said. “I’ve been walking around Dodger Stadium with this thing snug, so nobody could see that. It’s not as good as it looks right now. I’m hiding everything.”Boston burst ahead in the Series at its 106-year-old ballpark, defined by the 37-foot Green Monster in left, the triangle in center, the Pesky Pole in right and the Citgo sign beyond. The Red Sox thrived in the chilly, damp nights. The Dodgers bundled up and tried to endure.Now Los Angeles is back in its own elements. The yellow, light orange, turquoise and sky blue seats looked like 55,000 or so dominoes lined up, the San Gabriel Mountains shimmering beyond the hexagonal video boards and the parking lots. While there were no formal workouts by either team, a few Dodgers played catch in left field.ADVERTISEMENT Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college MOST READ “I think the climate is a little different,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts deadpanned Thursday. “There’s a familiarity, obviously, for us. There’s been a lot of talk of outfield depth; we’re very familiar with the ballpark.”Walker Buehler, a 24-year-old rookie right-hander, will be the center of attention when he starts Game 3 for the Dodgers in Friday’s late-afternoon twilight against Rick Porcello. Not so Wednesday, when Buehler flew home from Boston ahead of his team and went unrecognized.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissHe missed a 4-2 win by the Red Sox at Fenway Park that opened a 2-0 Series lead. The Dodgers once again looked off-kilter in the cold of autumn in New England.“We actually took off like 30 minutes before the first pitch and landed about 30 minutes before the last out,” he said. Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA titlelast_img read more

President distances Govt from GECOM hiring process

first_img…as PPP reiterates lack of confidence in employment practicesBased on recent reports regarding the ethnic composition of staff within the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) by members of the Opposition, President David Granger on Wednesday asserted that his Government has nothing to do with the employment process.The President pulled himself and his Government completely out of the current controversy surrounding the alleged discrimination in the hiring practices at GECOM.Speaking at the sidelines of an accreditation ceremony at State House, the President said GECOM is independent and has never received any direction from the Executive.“GECOM is autonomous and the Executive branch of the Government has nothing to do with how it is run… So I am not a party to this process for the selection of persons for GECOM and no member of my Government is party to that process,” he told media operatives on Wednesday.The President also maintained his belief that the persons being employed at GECOM are the best to do the respective jobs, but added that, “I expect they (GECOM) will be following normal practice and they will get fit and proper persons who are qualified… I am not aware of the procedures, but I expect the procedures would be above board and they would want to get the best person to do the job.”Walk outOn Tuesday, People’s Progressive Party (PPP) GECOM Commissioners Sase Gunraj, Robeson Benn, and Bibi Shaddick walked out of a meeting overPPP GECOM Commissioner Robeson Benncomplaints of Chairman James Patterson using his post to muzzle them. These Commissioners had indicated that complaints would be filed with the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) over biases in employment practices at the GECOM secretariat.They said the incident stemmed from GECOM Chairman, Justice James Patterson raising the issue of a public statement made by Commissioner Robeson Benn regarding the ethnic composition of the workforce of the Secretariat of the Commission.Benn pointed out that the perception was that the vast majority of the staff of the Commission were persons of one ethnic descent. However, the Chairman disputed the Commissioner’s claim without offering any evidence to substantiate his position.The PPP Commissioners claimed that the Chairman prevented Benn from further defending his position and when challenged, adjourned the meeting for over half an hour.Their allegations were followed by an earlier statement made by executive member of the PPP, Dr Roger Luncheon who made allegations against the GECOM, regarding the same issue. He said that the issue was brought to hisGECOM Chairman, Justice James Pattersonattention that the People’s National Congress (PNC) Commissioners at GECOM are allegedly engaged in a process to eliminate candidates for advertised positions at the GECOM Secretariat.In addition to that, he said it would seem that these Commissioners were aiming at such an objective by resorting to “giving low to zero scores to candidates of Indian origin who are shortlisted during the interview process while providing high to 100 per cent scores to their preferred candidates”.Further, the former Head of the Presidential Secretariat also alleged that the Commissioners were finding extraneous reasons for eliminating top candidates of Indian origin from appointment to positions at the GECOM Secretariat. He said if these disclosures are confirmed, it would reveal that the practice continued of excluding some ethnicities from GECOM’s Secretariat.Meanwhile, following Tuesday’s incident, PNC-nominated Commissioner Vincent Alexander told the media that the disruption arose from the “unsubstantiated” claim of ethnic imbalance of GECOM staff.He also claimed that GECOM does not keep information based on ethnicity and questioned on what basis can persons account for ethnicity.But the PPP in a statement said Wednesday that it finds Alexander’s comments confusing, especially given that media reports have defined, in detail, the ethnic composition of staffers hired by the Commission.PNC GECOM Commissioner Vincent AlexanderThose reports indicate that Afro-Guyanese account for 46 per cent of the staff at GECOM, while Indo-Guyanese is 21 per cent, mixed 20 per cent, Amerindians 12 per cent and others one per cent.“Did PNC’s Alexander lie? Or is the GECOM Chairman being dishonest? Or were the numbers reported…false? If, as Mr. Alexander said ‘no information based on ethnicity’ is kept by GECOM, how were these numbers generated?” the party questioned.Further to that, the PPP said that these types of actions, and contradictions that lead to a lack of confidence in the hiring practices of GECOM. According to them, such a state of affairs makes the representations proffered by the PPP-nominated GECOM Commissioners necessary.last_img read more

19th Annual Emperor’s Challenge and registration dates announced

first_imgTUMBLER RIDGE, B.C. – The date of the 19th Annual Emperor’s Challenge in Tumbler Ridge has been announced, along with the event’s registration date.According to the Emperor’s Challenge Facebook page, this year’s race will take place on Saturday, August 12th at 9:00 a.m. Registration for the race will be taking place starting at midnight on April 12th, and runs until April 19th, though last year’s event sold out in only 18 hours. Tickets for the event will be available on more information, visit Advertisement –last_img read more

‘Sell him for £50m and get these players in after!’ LFC fans on transfer rumour

first_imgDaniel Sturridge could be going to France in the summer regardless of whether he makes the final England squad or not.The Liverpool striker has been linked with a £50m transfer to PSG, who are on the lookout to replace star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic when the transfer window opens, with the 34-year-old and team-mate Edinson Cavani set to leave the French champions.Sturridge’s season has been interrupted by injuries, but when he is fit, he is one of football’s best finishers.So would you sell him if you were in charge at Liverpool? Here’s how some fans reacted to the rumour. Daniel Sturridge has been linked with a move to PSG, but would you sell him? 1last_img read more

DEAL DONE! Ched Evans returns to Sheffield United on three-year deal

first_imgSheffield United have re-signed striker Ched Evans from Chesterfield on a three-year deal, the Blades have announced.Evans was released by United in the summer of 2012 after he was found guilty of raping a 19-year-old woman and sentenced to five years in prison.That conviction was quashed and at a retrial last year, Evans was found not guilty.Evans, who joins United for an undisclosed fee, told the club’s official website: “I am delighted to be back.“I still feel I have plenty to prove in football both at club and international level and I believe I can achieve those goals at United, playing in front of the terrific fans whose support I have always appreciated.“I am very grateful to Chesterfield, the board and football management for giving me an opportunity to return to the game.“It is just disappointing that it has come in a season which has seen the club suffer relegation. I would like to thank the Chesterfield fans who made me feel so welcome.”Manager Chris Wilder, who led the Blades to promotion to the Sky Bet Championship this season, said of Evans: “The signing is just one element of the plans we have drawn up for next season.“We have done our homework on the player. We pride ourselves on team spirit – as the fans have seen this season – and plan to bring in players who can be part of that.“Ched comes to us with targets to achieve along the way. With a full pre-season with us we believe he can provide us with options up front and score goals.”Chesterfield director and company secretary Ashley Carson said: “Following our relegation to League Two, we recognised it was not in the best interests of Ched if he were to stay.“So, in consultation with manager Gary Caldwell, a decision was made to sell the player. Sheffield United made an offer which has been accepted.“We wish Ched all the very best for the future.”Evans’ first stint with United lasted three seasons, the third of which saw him score 35 goals in all competitions.The club offered him the use of their training facilities in November 2014 after his release from prison, but the criticism the move attracted forced them to revoke the offer.The 28-year-old former Manchester City and Wales player joined Chesterfield on a one-year deal last summer and put pen to paper on a 12-month extension in January.Evans scored seven times in 29 appearances for the Spireites, with the last goal coming in December. He last played in a match on March 4, with an ankle problem curtailing the last few weeks of his season. Ched Evans has returned to Sheffield United five years after being released 1last_img read more

Women’s Tennis Picks Up Four Commitments for 2018-19

first_imgSet to join the Bulldogs in the fall are high school standouts Kelsey Neville (Antioch, Ill.) and Daria Walczak (Lodz, Poland) and transfers Sophia Haleas (Clarendon Hill, Ill.) and Carmen Palumbo (McLean, Va)., who will all add depth to the reining Missouri Valley Conference regular season champions. The four newcomers will join the team in the fall that returns five players from this year’s squad. “I’m excited to welcome our 2018 incoming class to the Bulldog family. This group of exceptional young women will undoubtedly bring great talent and energy to future of the program,” said Tran “I am looking forward to having Kelsey on the roster. She’s a talented player who is excited about the direction the program is headed and is eager to begin her collegiate career at Drake,” said Tran. Walczak is ranked the 16th best player in Poland. She was a regional champion in doubles and singles and won singles and doubles titles in the U18 National Tournament. Walczak advanced to the finals in the women’s national tournament as well. Palumbo is transferring from North Dakota and will have three years of eligibility at Drake. As a freshman, Palumbo posted an 8-11 singles record at the Fighting Hawks top singles spot and 7-11 at No. 1 doubles. She earned the last Big Sky Conference Tennis Player of the Week award on the season. “Sophia is a fierce competitor who will bring new depth to our team. I believe that her positive energy and tenacity will make for an easy transition to Drake and we’re excited for her to make a big impact on our squad,” said Tran. Haleas is transferring from Utah State and will have two years of eligibility at Drake. She posted an 18-8 singles record and 14-7 doubles record for the Aggies. As a prep, Haleas was ranked a four-star recruit by and led Hinsdale Central High School to three IHSA State team championships. DES MOINES, Iowa – Second year head Drake University women’s tennis coach Mai-Ly Tran announced the addition of four student-athletes for the 2018-19 season on Thursday, May 17. “Daria is extremely athletic and talented. I’m eager for her arrival from Poland this fall and looking forward to helping her transition to life at Drake as well as build off of her immense success as a junior player,” said Tran. Neville helped lead Antioch Community High School to back-to-back Illinois Class 1A sectional championships. She was a four-time state qualifier and finished in fourth-place as a junior and sixth as a senior. Neville garnered first team all-state honors during her final two seasons. She is ranked the 22nd best player in the tennis rich state of Illinois by “Carmen is a driven young woman who will make an impactful contribution to our starting line-up. With a very successful freshman year behind her, I’m excited for her to build from that great momentum and have continued success as a Bulldog,” said Tran.  Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more


first_imgIt was once one of the biggest employers in Co Donegal.Fruit of the Loom were once a major employer in DonegalBut it has now been revealed that not event the phased transfer of Fruit of the Loom’s Irish operation to its lower cost Morocco base has not ended the firm’s problems.New figures show that losses at the Fruit of the Loom International Ltd increased more than 12 fold last year to €31.6m. Fruit of the Loom is owned by Warren Buffett’s conglomerate, Berkshire Hathaway.At its peak, the US-owned clothing manufacturer employed 3,500 people in six Irish plants including Raphoe and Buncrana.However, in 2004 the company announced that it would shut its remaining two factories with the loss of 650 jobs in Donegal and Derry before the end of 2009.The company today retains a small operation at Buncrana and the directors’ report shows that the firm made the loss in spite of revenues climbing by just under 10% from €204m to €224m in the 12 months to the end of December last. The loss of €31.6m last year follows losses of €2.5m in 2011.According to the directors’ report “2012 proved to be an exceptionally difficult trading year for the European group. With our inventories loaded with prior year inflated cotton costs, together with a continuing abnormal cotton price level and the inability to push through into the market place via higher selling prices, meant the bulk was absorbed through the profit and loss as a cost”.The directors add: “This is in addition to the need to reduce price year on year to attempt to capture whatever demand was available within a very depressed market place, created a very unstable gross margin position which was impacted significantly.”The Irish Examiner reports that year-on-year volumes came in higher by 25%, with revenues up 10%, but gross margin was down by 132% at a loss of €7.5m.Selling, distribution and administration costs were down just over €2m, resulting in a significant loss of €31.7m. On the firm’s future developments, the directors state “the European business continues to face a very uncertain market place.”The directors add that “various initiatives are under way to ensure the future success of the European group”.The losses last year resulted in the firm having accumulated losses of €203.1m at the end of December last. The firm’s shareholder deficit totalled €98m.The accounts show that the firm’s parent, Fruit of the Loom, has advanced €262m to the firm. The figures show that the Irish-based entity employs 27 with staff costs last year totalling €3.1m.FRUIT OF THE LOOM’S LOSSES CONTINUE TO RISE was last modified: September 24th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

‘Mothers like me should not be forced to travel to save our life’ – Donegal cancer survivor

first_imgBreast cancer survivor and founder of Donegal Action for Cancer Care Trish Hegarty is calling for a repeal of the Eighth Amendment for equal healthcare for men and women. For many years, Trish Hegarty’s worst fear was facing pregnancy and cancer together. She had come through a breast cancer battle with two young children, but the worry that it would happen again prevented her from growing her family. She simply couldn’t face leaving her babies without a mother. Originally from Stranorlar, Trish now lives in Inishowen with her husband and two children.Trish is calling for a Yes vote on 25th May because she believes no woman should be denied full cancer treatment because she is pregnant. Trish HegartyIn this personal account, Trish shares her concerns as a mother in Ireland living under the 8th Amendment: “I was diagnosed with breast cancer when my youngest was just 13 months old. Getting a cancer diagnosis is frightening and traumatic. It is such a huge and overwhelming shock that it is like being hit with a train. There are so many things that hit you… Will I live?“What treatment will I face? How will we all cope? But when you are a parent, your biggest fear is for your children. “Walking out of the consultant’s room that first day when it became clear that I had a tumour, the first thing I said to the nurse was “but I have a baby”. My greatest fear was that – like me – my children would lose their mother.‘And I could not bear the thought of leaving my 13-month-old baby and my four-year-old behind, to cope without me; leaving my husband to rear them alone.’“Fortunately, everything was caught & I recovered but another pregnancy would have put me at a high risk of recurrence as my breast cancer was hormone related. For the next five years, this was a constant worry and was compounded by the fact that I had been very ill through both my pregnancies for over four months.‘I was very much afraid that my body would simply not cope with either another pregnancy or another battle with cancer – and I certainly did not think I would win that battle if I faced both at the same time.’“The reality is that because of the Eighth Amendment, women in this State are denied radiography treatment if we are pregnant. Because of the Eighth Amendment, Irish women are denied chemotherapy in the first trimester of a pregnancy.“The main source of my worry was for my children, because of what I had been through as a child. When I was 12 years old, I was told that my mother wouldn’t be coming home from hospital because she had cancer. I last saw her on my 13th birthday and she died 3 days later. She was a very loving and affectionate mother, and it was devastating to lose her – painful beyond description, as anyone who’s been through such a bereavement will tell you. Our family never really recovered from her loss. Nothing was ever the same again.“So, I knew all too well what happens to a family when they lose their mother to cancer, and yet I still faced that risk – particularly if I were to fall pregnant again. If the cancer had come back again my chances of surviving a second time would have been seriously limited. Put that together with a bad pregnancy and they were further reduced again.“If I had become pregnant again, I could have been denied the medical treatment I needed to save my life and health – particularly if it involved termination. And that’s why I’m supporting the Donegal Together for Yes campaign. “I’m voting Yes because I believe women should have the same access to healthcare and treatment as men – and should not be discriminated against if we are pregnant. I believe a woman has a right to receive any form of cancer treatment she needs, including chemotherapy or radiotherapy, even if it puts her pregnancy at risk.‘Mothers like me should not have to fear we’ll be refused medical treatment if we become pregnant.’“We should not have to worry that our children will be left motherless because the Eighth Amendment means we can legally be denied such treatment. Mothers like me should not be forced to leave the country if we need a termination to save our life or health.“When I had recovered from my own cancer, I travelled the county to set up Donegal Action for Cancer Care and I founded it because I believed Donegal women weren’t getting equal access to cancer treatment. I’m Voting Yes because Donegal women still aren’t getting equal access to medical and cancer treatment – the Eighth Amendment denies them that right.“It’s time to Vote Yes to Repeal the Eighth Amendment.” Visit for independent facts ahead of polling day this May 25th.The Department of Health General Scheme of a Bill to Regulate Termination of Pregnancy is available to read here: Daily welcomes accounts and letters from both sides of the debate ahead of the referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment. To get in contact, email‘Mothers like me should not be forced to travel to save our life’ – Donegal cancer survivor was last modified: May 28th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:8th amendmentreferendumlast_img read more

Man City v Fulham player ratings

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