A series of exciting Premier League, LaLiga and Serie A matches will be available on GOtv this weekend.For as low as N2,600, customers on lower GOtv packages – Plus, Value and Lite – can step up to GOtv Max to enjoy the select premium matches from the top football leagues which will be broadcast live on SuperSport.The Premier League returns today, after a two-week international break. The match between Tottenham Hotspur and Watford at the White Heart Lane will air live on SuperSport Select 2 at 3pm. The pick of the LaLiga games is the encounter between Eibar and defending champions, Barcelona. The game, which kicks off at 12pm today will be live on SuperSport Select 4.Also today, Atletico Madrid will host Valencia in their ninth game of the season at the Wanda Metropolitano in the Spanish capital. The match will air live at 3pm on SuperSport Select 4.The day’s schedule will be rounded off with the broadcast of the match between Mallorca and Real Madrid on SuperSport Select 4 at 8pm.In the Serie A, defending champions, Juventus, will seek to widen their advantage over Inter Milan when they host Bologna at Juventus Stadium in Turin. The match will be live on SuperSport Select 5 at 7:45pm.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
That alone made the Dodgers hesitate to extend Ramirez’s contract beyond the 2014 season. Ramirez’s temperamental nature — he was generally upbeat upon arriving in Los Angeles but soured over time — did not help his cause, either.The Dodgers also have a highly touted shortstop prospect, Corey Seager, waiting in the minor leagues. Seager’s manager at Double-A last season, Razor Shines, believes that the 20-year-old will be ready for big-league duty in 2015. The Dodgers’ front office is expected to give Seager more time to develop.The Dodgers already have four natural shortstops on their 40-man roster with major league experience: Erisbel Arruebarrena, Miguel Rojas, Alex Guerrero and Ryan Jackson. Chicago White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez has also been linked to the Dodgers in trade rumors.The $22 million average annual value of Ramirez’s contract ranks among the top 30 in baseball history, and the most given to a shortstop other than Alex Rodriguez.Ramirez originally signed with Boston as a 16-year-old, and was traded to Miami after appearing in two games with the Red Sox as a rookie. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The Dodgers and Hanley Ramirez have officially moved on from each other.Ramirez agreed to terms on a four-year, $88 million contract with the Boston Red Sox with a vesting option for the 2019 season, according to multiple reports Monday. Ramirez, 30, spent the past two and a half seasons with the Dodgers. After arriving in a July 2012 trade, Ramirez hit .299/.368/.506 with 43 home runs and 172 RBIs in 278 games. From 2013-14, only four National League hitters had a higher OPS than Ramirez. However, a series of injuries forced Ramirez to miss 110 games during that time and might have contributed to his declining range on defense. Ramirez’s -10.1 Ultimate Zone Rating was the third-worst among NL shortstops the last two seasons.