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And at the center of that victory was Arwind Santos, who hauled down three crucial rebounds as well as contesting LA Tenorio’s potential game-tying floater in the endgame to stretch San Miguel’s winning streak to six games.But the 2013 PBA Most Valuable Player said he didn’t expect anything less against a formidable opponent like the Gin Kings.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSBreak new groundSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return“In-expect naming hindi ganoon kadaling talunin ng Ginebra (We expected that we’ll have a hard time going up against Ginebra.),” he said.But Santos said grind out games like this will be beneficial for the Beermen in the long run, preparing them for the tightly-contested games expected in the playoffs. Dimitrov finds way to break title drought in Brisbane San Miguel springs back to action on Friday against Rain or Shine.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Motorcycle taxis ‘illegal’ starting next week — LTFRB board member MOST READ LATEST STORIES Super Bowl a tossup at legal sports books Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 15-year-old Gauff stuns Venus anew in first round ‘Old school work ethic’ pays off for immaculate Federer “Ang laki ng maitutulong nun. Syempre dependent pa rin kami sa bawat isa at sa game plan namin. Yung talent ng team – dependent kami doon kaya nakakuha pa kami ng kalamangan ng konti,” he said.(This will be a big help. Of course, we’ll rely on ourselves and our game plan. We’re dependent on the talent of our team, which is the reason why we still get those leads in the end.)Sitting on top of the standings at 7-1, Santos shared that San Miguel still fears the prospects of peaking early in the tournament. But for him, what will spell the difference between their title retention chances and a possible decline will be the team’s collective hunger.“Bilang captain ball, nandoon yung part ko na iremind yung bawat isa na wag magiging kuntento. Pumapasok yung pagiging relaxed sa isip namin kaya sana di namin madala yun. Kasi, pag kayo ang number one, kailangan mas lalo pa naming dagdagan yung effort namin. Basta wag kaming magsasawang manalo,” he said.(As the captain ball, there will always be a part of me who will remind my teammates to not be content. We may be relaxing, but I hope we fought through it. When you’re number one, you have to be relentless in our effort. We shouldn’t be satisfied with just winning.)ADVERTISEMENT View comments PBA IMAGESDefense did it for San Miguel.Squandering a 10-point lead, 72-62, with 2:25 left in Sunday’s tiff against Barangay Ginebra, it was the Beermen’s defense which helped them secure a 72-70 thriller.ADVERTISEMENT Rodgers again falls short of another Super Bowl stint Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio 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 respite Senators think TWG’s move to axe motorcycle taxi pilot run an act of ‘revenge’ Senators think TWG’s move to axe motorcycle taxi pilot run an act of ‘revenge’ Marcos monument beside Aquino’s stirs Tarlac town Palace: Crisis over ABS-CBN franchise unlikely
“The fact that Oliech is already in the country proves to us that he still has the national team top on his mind, it’s a sure sign that he still wants to be part of the line up.“We understand the concerns of Kenyans and will continue to engage him in the view of seeing him make a comeback and boost our campaign to feature in the World Cup and the Africa Cup on Nations,” he added.Oliech quit the national team last month over the use of his image in a team sponsor’s billboard leaving head coach Francis Kimanzi with a major headache in attack six days ahead of the kick-off at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani.With AFC Leopards striker, Allan Wanga injured and Sofapaka FC forward Bob Mugalia out of the team due to problems with his travel papers, the question of who will lead Stars’ forward line against The Flames is the biggest riddle facing the side.Kimanzi has been compelled to recall Thika United striker Kepha Aswani barely 24 hours after he had dropped him along other six Kenyan Premier League (KPL) players to make space for the foreign based contingent.Aswani, who has netted 10 goals in the domestic league this season, has no proven international pedigree having been called-up then axed from the final squad last year. Slovakia based Patrick Oboya who has not featured in the side since 2008 earned a recall to the team and is the only recognizable forward in the side that once again finds itself mired in ill-preparations for a crucial game. With influential midfielder, AC Parma’s McDonald Mariga out injured and keeper Arnold Origi also missing from the side, Kimanzi will face Malawi without the spine of recent squads and the head coach must find new people to step up to the plate.Over the weekend the tactician dropped Aswani, Mugalia, Leopards striker Victor Ochieng, teammate Bernard Mang’oli, Peter Opiyo of Tusker and Gor Mahia’s Rama Salim.Celtic’s Victor Wanyama and Oboya of MFK Ruzemberok have already joined the camp with DR Congo based Titus Mulama of club FC Saint Eloi Lupopo and Patrick Osiako of Petrolul Ploiesti of Romania likely to report to camp within the week.The Malawi Flames who were held to a barren draw by Taifa Stars in an international friendly match on Saturday where Kimanzi was in attendance are expected to arrive on Wednesday evening.The match officials for the Saturday tie are also expected to arrive on the same day led by referee Eric Otongo Castane, his assistants Theophile Vinga and Sylvian Mouala and fourth official Yves Mbourou all from Gabon.Match Commissioner Abbasi Ssendyowa from Uganda and referee inspector Hassan Souleiman will also be in the entourage.After the weekend fixture, Stars will travel to Namibia for their second qualifier on June 9 with Origi expected to make his long awaited return. Namibia was also held to a goalless draw by Mozambique in a friendly tie over the weekend. A week later Kenya will take a 2-1 advantage away to Lome for their second leg June 15 tie against Togo in a 2013 Africa Nations Cup knock-out qualifier.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000NAIROBI, Kenya, May 28- Football Kenya Federation (FKF) is optimistic AJ Auxerre striker and captain Dennis Oliech will rescind his retirement decision and feature for the national team during the Saturday’s World Cup qualifier against Malawi.Speaking to Capital Sport on Monday, FKF Secretary General Omondi Adunda said indications were the country record scorer was likely to take up the armband during the 2014 Mundial qualifying opener against The Flames who arrive on Wednesday.
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The plans for the building are still rough, but the plan is to create an “attractive piece of real estate” with lots of green space, that will be a welcoming entrance into the city from the north. Loewen also says there will be ample parking for all users. Matt Loewen, a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, says it has owned the property since 1980 and with celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, it needs more space.“At this time we’re running out of room in our existing facility downtown so we’re looking for another building to expand,” he explains.The currently undeveloped land would be turned into a church with a capacity for 800 seats, as well as classrooms, a banquet hall, gymnasium and office. Loewen emphasizes that the church was the building to available for use by the whole community.- Advertisement -“It’s not just for members of the church. It’ll be open to be used for members of the community in whichever way is feasible.”He points to weddings, youth gatherings, seniors socializing and Northern Lights College study space as possibilities.Advertisement
WASHINGTON – Filmmaker Michael Moore is inviting lobbyists for the pharmaceutical and insurance industries that he attacks in his new movie about health care to a free showing of it next week. Moore is running “Sicko” promotion ads in Washington newspapers listing more than 900 registered lobbyists and telling them they can attend an exclusive showing at no cost Wednesday at a theater three blocks from the Capitol. His new documentary premieres Monday in New York and two nights later in Washington. The movie opens to the public June 29. The ads are scheduled to run this weekend and early next week in The Washington Post and tabloids for people who follow politics and congressional activities. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
1 Louis van Gaal has a big job to do at Man United As the fall-out from Manchester United’s FA Cup exit at the hands of Arsenal continues to rain down, the inquest is starting to begin about what needs to change at Old Trafford.Red Devils fans celebrated the appointment of Louis van Gaal as manager following a successful World Cup campaign for the Dutchman, and while he has maintained that this is very much a side that needs extensive work done, something doesn’t seem to be working at Old Trafford.talkSPORT commentator and pundit Stan Collymore said that ‘something has to give’ at the Theatre of Dreams if United are to return to their glory days, pointing out that either the fans need to change their expectations or Van Gaal must alter his philosophy.One of the main causes for friction between the fans and manager is in the belief in how United should play their football, with the United faithful demanding a return to attacking, attract football, while Van Gaal pursues a patient, possession-based game.With that in mind, we asked talkSPORT listeners who they thought needed to compromise in this impasse and the results were pretty conclusive.Just 32.1 per cent of those polled believe that it is United’s fans that must change their expectations, while a pretty sizable 67.9 per cent said that Van Gaal must alter his philosophy if he is to get his side ticking again.Manchester United fans, what do you think? Should there be a change of heart in the stands, or is it down to Van Gaal to try something different? Comment below…
On Saturday, Tottenham announced the signing of Clinton Njie from Lyon.The 22-year-old penned a five-year deal and straight away revealed how to pronounce his name, courtesy of the Tottenham YouTube channel.SCOUT REPORT ON CLINTON NJIENjie joined the club on his 22nd birthday and told the Spurs website: “The club is ambitious and I’m ready to give my best to help the club achieve its aims.”