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Rubiales defends Victor: “Intimacy is inviolable and that a third party takes advantage of it …”

first_imgStatement from Victor’s wifeVíctor Sánchez del Amo’s wife also wanted to express about the extortion that her husband has denounced on the afternoon of this Tuesday, after the dissemination of a video of a sexual nature. The coach’s wife thanked the support received in the last hours and defends the integrity of Victor: “There are very few people who have Victor’s personality and say things very clearly and with education. “Further, attack those who want to benefit from the situation: “I, like his wife, cannot believe that after suffering an extortion for doing what he wants in his privacy without harming anyone, instead of accusing the guilty, you want to change the vision of what happened …“ Luis Rubiales, president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), has come out in defense of Víctor Sánchez del Amo with a message accompanied by a photo with the coach. Rubiales shows his solidarity with the coach for the extortion he is suffering and remember that spreading intimate messages is a crime.“A great professional like Victor has all my support. Intimacy is an inviolable right. Using illicit means to break it is immoral and also criminal. And that a third party takes advantage of it has no name. In addition, to spread it, is also a CRIME “, Rubiales has written in one of his social networks.last_img read more

Liverpool not just the ‘Fab Four’, says Klopp

first_img“Also Daniel Sturridge, Dom Solanke and all these offensive players. That’s not fair on them.”Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson will be recalled to midfield after he was left out of the team which hammered Spartak Moscow 7-0 to progress to the Champions League knockout stage in midweek.Klopp insists there were no hiddens reasons as to why Henderson did not feature against the Russians and believes he will be pivotal in the derby at Anfield.“He is such an important player for us,” Klopp said.“I want that everybody respects that Jordan is our skipper because he deserved it, because he is the right man for the job. But even a captain cannot play all the time –- that’s how it is.”ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next 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 However, Klopp believes the moniker denies recognition to the talent throughout the rest of Liverpool’s squad.“I said already I have no problem with nicknames like ‘Fab Four’ but that is disrespectful against all the other players,” said the German.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBrian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense“We played a fantastic game at West Ham and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was involved.“We didn’t have Adam Lallana so far and I think he would fit fantastically in each group or band in this world. Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Coach Luke Walton to LaVar Ball: ‘We don’t take parents’ opinions’ MOST READ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ ‘Let the occasion overawe us’Everton manager Sam Allardyce admits the first priority for his players in the match will be to ‘master’ Liverpool’s devastating attacking threat.Liverpool have scored 40 goals in their last 11 matches in all competitions, and have scored 19 in their six-match unbeaten run that includes five wins.Everton have not won at Anfield for 18 years, but it is Liverpool’s current form rather than the burden of history which will influence Allardyce’s tactical approach.“It is about us handling that and that pressure and atmosphere,” he said.“And handling a team that I have to admit is probably in the best form since Jurgen arrived and one of the best strike forces available in the Premier League.“We certainly have to master that on Sunday before we can think can we get at Liverpool and get in the right areas to score a goal and not waste the possession we get and not let the occasion overawe us.“All I can ask is the players to play their best game, it still might not be good enough against Liverpool because of the form they are in.”center_img Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Liverpool’s German manager Jurgen Klopp (L) shakes hands with Liverpool’s English striker Daniel Sturridge (R) at the end of the UEFA Champions League Group E football match between Liverpool and Spartak Moscow at Anfield in Liverpool, north-west England on December 6, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Paul ELLISLiverpool manager Jurgen Klopp claims there is more to his side than his devastating “Fab Four” attack ahead of Sunday’s Merseyside derby with Everton.The Beatles-inspired nickname has been given to the front quartet of Philippe Coutinho, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane after some eye-catching performances this season.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more

Oil Patch Activity in 2009

first_imgHe notes the drop in natural gas prices is not as significant, as the collapse in oil prices.However, he also notes, they’re sitting under six dollars per one thousand cubic feet and, the industry needs them in the eight to nine dollar region. The President of the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors is predicting lean times in the oil patch, for at least the first part of this year.Don Herring is blaming the drop in worldwide commodity prices but, he says drilling activity in BC and Saskatchewan should not suffer, to the same degree as in Alberta.He cites the new royalty schemes, which took effect in Alberta on January first, will further contribute to the drilling decline there.- Advertisement -They will reportedly see royalty rates increase, by about 50 percent on production and prices.It’s speculated that will cause an increasing number of companies to look to neighboring provinces like BC and Saskatchewan, in which to invest their capital.However, Mr. Herring says the fact that this region relies more on natural gas production than convention oil, does not make it immune to the economic meltdown.Advertisementlast_img read more

Swindon Town line up offer for Wales international

first_imgSwindon Town are lining up an offer for Wales international Christian Ribeiro.The 25-year-old defender is out of contract at Exeter City and available on a free transfer.The League Two side are hopeful of clinging on to him and have offered a fresh contract – but now clubs from the division above are trying to land him.One of those is Swindon, who are rebuilding following their play-off final defeat to Preston last season.And, according to reports, The County Ground side want to make the former Bristol City man one of their first signings of the summer. Christian Ribiero 1last_img read more

Jones finds new life in Memphis

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Eddie Jones is too proud to dwell on what he left behind in Miami after getting traded from the Heat to Memphis during the offseason. He doesn’t talk about the lost opportunity to reach the NBA Finals or the chance to play another year with Shaquille O’Neal or Dywane Wade. And he’s certainly not comfortable boasting Miami was better off with him on the team rather than Jason Williams, James Posey or Antoine Walker, the three players the Heat received in exchange. “To be honest, it’s not something I even want to think about or talk about,” Jones said. “It pretty much is what it is. I’m in Memphis now.” But give him this much: He absorbed an emotional blow the day he found out Miami was shipping him off to the Grizzlies, a punch that didn’t seem fair considering the wounds from the Heat’s Game 7 loss to Detroit in the Eastern Conference finals had barely started to heal. “It was a shock, to be perfectly honest,” Jones said, quietly. “When you get as close as we got to the NBA Finals only to fall a couple of minutes short, the last thing you expect to happen is a trade. You’re expecting to come back as a team and give it another shot. But obviously that’s not what happened.” Not at all. The Heat, desperate to retool around O’Neal and Wade, first orchestrated the five-team trade to get Posey, Williams and Walker, then it signed Gary Payton as a free agent. “They did what they felt they had to do,” Jones said. “That’s how it works sometimes.” It wasn’t the first time Jones was pushed out the door of a title contender, nor the first time the shove came from a team with O’Neal on it. L.A. fans still cringe at the trade that sent him to the Hornets for Glen Rice in 1999, and though no one ever stepped forward to confirm O’Neal’s fingerprints were on the move, all anyone had to do was read Shaq’s subsequent book to find out how he felt about Jones. Of course, completing the circle is Jerry West, who drafted Jones in 1994, traded him to Charlotte five years later then jumped at the chance for a reunion when the Heat came calling this offseason. West was in the middle of his own retooling job in Memphis, having grown weary of chemistry-killers like Williams and Bonzi Wells poisoning his young locker room. Swapping Williams for Jones was a no-brainer, especially stacked against the Wells trade to Sacramento for Bobby Jackson and the free-agent signing of Damon Stoudamire. In all, West brought in five new players, and in Jackson, Jones and Stoudamire he got the type of playoff experience and veteran leadership he was seeking to surround Pau Gasol, Mike Miller and Shane Battier. “We definitely did our homework on the guys we were looking to bring in,” Memphis coach Mike Fratello said. “When you’re talking about replacing five players, you have to.” To say the moves have paid off is an understatement. Despite replacing nearly half its roster, Memphis is third in the West. More importantly, the Grizzlies seem better equipped to handle the playoffs after getting swept in the first round the last two years. “We went from one of the youngest teams to one of the most experienced almost overnight,” said Battier. “It’s made a huge difference.” Jones has made an immediate impact on the court and in the locker room, but so has Stoudamire, who survived all those crazy years in Portland to become something of a sage with the young Grizzlies. “It’s like everything I went through in Portland is helping us,” Stoudamire said. Not to mention he doesn’t lack the courage to take the big shot, nor the ability to make them. His clutch 3-pointer to push Wednesday’s game against the Lakers into overtime is one of a handful of big shots he’s hit this year. “You’re talking about a guy who played in Game 7 of the Western Conference finals, a guy who came within a minute or two of reaching the NBA finals,” Battier said. “A little old game like this against the Lakers isn’t going to rattle him.” The lesson of keeping things in perspective is the exact message Jones, Stoudamire and Jackson want to get across. All three are survivors – Jones is a Kobe/Shaq soap opera veteran, Jackson bounced around the league before finding his niche in Sacramento and Stoudamire lived to tell about all those zany years in Portland. The young Grizzlies can’t help but soak up everything they have to offer. “That’s one of the things that attracted me to come to Memphis,” Stoudamire said. “I know I’m not going to be the star of the team but I feel like I have a lot left in then tank and that I can help.” Rookie watch: An already impressive group of rookies grew by one with the recent play of Golden State’s Ike Diogu, whose 27 points and seven rebounds against the Pistons last week earned him a spot in the Warriors’ starting lineup. Diogu, a 6-8 forward from Arizona State, missed the first month with a hand injury but is starting to settle in with more game experience. In fact, he pushed Adonal Foyle out at starting center and the Warriors hope his high-energy play is a remedy for the slow starts that have plagued them. Diogu is trying to take his promotion in stride, although it didn’t help that he drew the loudest ovation when the starting lineup was announced before his first start. “Just because I’m in the starting lineup, I don’t really feel like there’s any big expectations on my shoulders,” he said. “I just have to do what I can do. Nothing more.” As far as this year’s group of rookies, New Orleans/Oklahoma City point guard Chris Paul has pulled to the forefront with his mature-beyond-his-years play and the 17 points and seven rebounds he’s averaging. Paul doesn’t get the national exposure he deserves playing for the Hornets, but if you’re hungry for a ridiculous ballhandling highlight, check out’s clip of him abusing Milwaukee’s T.J. Ford with a now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t crossover. The 6-foot Paul leads New Orleans/Oklahoma City in scoring (16.7 ppg) and assists (7.3 apg). He is also third on the club in rebounding (6.0 rpg) while shooting over 44 percent from the floor, 27 percent from beyond the arc and just below 80 percent from the foul line. Paul has scored 20 or more points eight times. Prospect watch: Next year’s draft isn’t expected to be as deep as this year’s – remember the new rule prohibiting players jumping directly from high school to college and the 19-year-old minimum – but a handful of prospects are already making their move atop the draft board. Here’s an early look at the top five prospects: 1. Rudy Gay, 6-9, Jr., Connecticut. He projects as a small forward in the NBA, the best spot to take advantage of his explosive athletic ability. He’s a slasher type, but he’s also got a nice mid-range game and can take it out beyond the three-point line, too. 2. LaMarcus Aldridge, 6-10, Soph., Texas. The only thing holding him back from the top spot are concerns about the season-ending hip injury he suffered last year. So far he’s shown no residual effects while averaging 18 points and 11 rebounds. Scouts love his 7-5 wingspan. 3. Adam Morrison, 6-8, Jr., Gonzaga. Stop with the Larry Bird comparisons already. OK, so he’s not the next Bird, but this guy can flat fill it up like no other in college basketball. He’s got a mean streak, size and a competitive drive that makes up for his average athletic ability. One big concern is that he has diabetes and from time to time needs insulin shots during games. 4. Ronnie Brewer, 6-7, Jr., Arkansas. NBA scouts are drooling over the fiery Brewer because he can handle the ball like a point guard and he mixes it up defensively. If he improves his shooting ability, he’s got star written all over him. 5. Andrea Bargnani, 7-0, Italy. He’s averaging 13 points in the Italian League, where he’s being talked up as the next – stop us if you’ve heard this before – Dirk Nowitzki. The question is what position he projects to in the NBA. But the way he can shoot the ball and defend, he’ll find a spot. FIVE QUESTIONS WITH … Pau Gasol Memphis forward Pau Gasol, a native of Spain, is averaging 19 points and nine rebounds in his fifth season. He sat down to answer five pertinent questions. Q: What’s your favorite TV show? A: It’s gotta be Sanford and Son. I love that show. Q: You’re stranded on a desert isle and you can pick three people to hang with you. Who are they? A: Definitely my two brothers and definitely a beautiful female. Q: What would you be doing if you weren’t an NBA player? A: I started medical school before I turned pro, so it would be a doctor. Q: What’s the first car you ever owned? A: A Jeep Cherokee, 1989. Q: What do you want people to remember about you as an NBA player? A: Just a guy who worked hard and was a leader to his team. – Vincent Bonsignore QUOTE OF THE WEEK “Now we can score points and lock up, too.” Detroit guard Rip Hamilton on the difference between last season under Larry Brown and this season under Flip Saunders. MUST SEE TV !bold!Miami at Phoenix, Friday, 7:30 p.m., ESPN Suns want to melt Heat with transition game. GOODFELLAS Memphis coach Mike Fratello and Tommy Lasorda go way back. So it wasn’t unusual to see Lasorda pop into the Grizzlies’ locker room after their win over the Lakers this week. What was unusual was seeing the 5-8 Lasorda giving 7-foot Memphis forward Pau Gasol a pep talk. “You can be one of the best players in this league,” Lasorda shouted to Gasol. “You just gotta be a little bit more aggressive.” PINKIE REPAIR Plenty of eyebrows rose when Marcus Camby was sidelined with a pinkie injury recently. But he’s off the hook after a doctor ordered surgery to repair the damaged finger. Camby was operated on Thursday and is expected to be sidelined two weeks. “I was trying to persuade the doctor that I could keep playing with it,” Camby said. “He was like, ‘No.’ I would risk further injury to myself and neither one of us would have wanted that. It’s a frustrating time (to miss). I’m just going to try to get back as quickly as I can.” Camby is averaging 16.3 points and 12.9 rebounds and 3.12 blocks a game, second-best in the league. CHASING HISTORY Detroit came into the season motivated to reclaim the NBA Title it relinquished to the Spurs last year. Now it turns out the Pistons have even more reason to play well: They’re chasing history. Detroit’s 24-3 record is the third best in league history after 27 games, and clearly puts the Pistons on track to challenge for the league-record for wins in a year. That mark belongs to the Chicago Bulls, who won 72 in 1995-96. The Spurs’ 24th win came against Miami Thursday, its ninth straight victory. “We’re chasing something bigger than Miami or anybody else,” the Pistons’ Ben Wallace said. “We have an opportunity to do something special.” TOUGH LUCK T.J. Ford, who got his career back on track this year after missing all of last year with a spinal injury, is taking his latest injury in stride. Ford is expected to miss two weeks with a left foot injury, and even though he isn’t happy about missing time he knows it could be worse. “It’s not serious, just something that’s minor, something that may take a few weeks but it’s not something that’s going to keep me out a long, long time,” Ford said. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarksonlast_img read more


first_imgWeddings like this could become popular in InishowenSTAR WARS superfans are set to make Donegal a top wedding location!One couple from New York who are fans of the film franchise say they want to get married at Malin Head next year because the next movie is being shot there later this month.Wedding planner Fiona Forkan says the couple have hired her to scout for a wedding location in the county. “A New York couple want to come over to Donegal to get married where it will be filmed. I’m looking into that at the moment,” said the director of Wicked Weddings.“People have been in touch with me about Stars Wars themed weddings since September last year. A lot of the couples are looking to get married where Game of Thrones is filmed or Star Wars.“I know of 15 Chinese couples who have come to get married in Ireland this year. They have seen the likes of Star Wars and Game of Thrones and know they were filmed in Ireland. That is what is attracting them.”Fiona said she is hoping to have a real-life Stars Wars cameo at her Derry Wedding Fair on May 14 and 15. “Stars Wars is filming in Inishowen around the same time so we’re hoping to get some real storm troopers to the fair,” she said. STAR WARS FANS FROM NEW YORK SET TO GET MARRIED AT MALIN HEAD! was last modified: May 2nd, 2016 by John2Share 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:donegalMalin HeadStar Warsweddingslast_img read more

‘Another window of lies’ – Leeds fans blast club’s dreadful transfer business

first_img latest predicted Most read in football However, the 27-year-old Dutchman rejected Leeds to complete a switch to Pride Park, meaning, since Marcelo Bielsa was appointed manager earlier this summer, Leeds have completed just two signings – both loans.Lewis Baker, the midfielder, and goalkeeper Jamal Blackman have joined the Elland Road club on season-long deals from Chelsea, but moves to bring Matej Vydra, Abel Hernandez and Kyle Bartley to Yorkshire have all collapsed. Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT We’re still waiting you sarcastic bastards. #lufc #Transfers #whenyoureready #sameoldleeds— Daniel Tait (@Danny_Tait1) July 20, 2018 Jozefzoon officially signed for Derby on Friday morning To all my fellow #lufc fans who aren’t worried about our business this summer & who slate the people for being worried; when can we start worrying? 2 weeks from 1st game, 2 friendlies in & we need 4+ players. Not to mention them catching with the way Bielsa plays. Shambles.— Greg Andrews LUFC (@Greg_01) July 20, 2018 revealed Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack ALTERED What every Premier League club’s fans dream of this Christmas England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes impact Look how quickly that happened. Takes us three weeks to start agreeing personal terms 😭 #LUFC— Livin Da Vida Loco (@JordanALAW) July 20, 2018 #LUFC it amazes me that some fans are happy with this window , it is now to late in the day for any new signing to be ready for the start of the season, this team we see at the mo is the team that will start the season I for one am not happy with that another window of lies .— Richard Sodeau (@richie1979) July 20, 2018 Not even fully sold on this guys ability but for me, it’s another target lost. #lufc— Marcelo El-Youefsey (@elyouefsey) July 20, 2018 The entire world: “Did you see what happened with Bielsa at Lazio?”Radrizzani, Kinnear and Orta: “Hold our beers/rosé.” #lufc— CK (@ephemeraljoy) July 20, 2018 Leeds are making it really difficult for me to remain the eternal optimist of my group. A striker today would be lovely. #lufc— Dan Samme (@DanSamme) July 20, 2018 Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions NEW ERA How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? It’s Friday, who are Leeds not signing today? #lufc— Ross (@rosspunx93) July 20, 2018 Two loanees, playing matches in a training kit, no club communication on anything other than repeat invitations to buy a Brexit paving slab or spunk £15 to watch kids play York on a channel that has never worked properly. Appointing Bielsa against this backdrop is bizarre. #lufc— CK (@ephemeraljoy) July 20, 2018 With just over two weeks to go until Leeds open their 2018/19 season by hosting recently-relegated Stoke, fans are starting to get frustrated by the shoddy work their club are doing in the transfer market, and some have taken to Twitter to have their say on Leeds’ current situation.You can see some of the best reaction below… BEST OF Leeds must surely have a plan… nobody at ER can honestly think that we have enough to challenge the top 6 #lufc— Dirty Leeds Scum (@DirtyLeedsFC) July 20, 2018 1 BIG PRESENTS UP TOP Leeds have seen themselves miss out on another one of their summer transfer targets with Florian Jozefzoon confirmed as a new Derby player on Friday morning.Jozefzoon, the winger, was linked with moves to both Derby and Leeds earlier this week, and both Championship clubs are said to have had bids accepted for him by Brentford. The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Due to the amount of concern on here I think @andrearadri needs to come out and outline his plans for this transfer market. Give fans abit of reassurance. Wouldn’t take many words, just something positive. #lufc— Chris Bobby Moore (@moorie13) July 20, 2018 silverware #LUFC in the transfer window this summer; here’s how ‘initial talks’ unfold. Agent: There’s a club interested in signing you…Player: Who?Agent: Leeds UnitedPlayer: 👇— Joe Catling (@JoeCatling19) July 19, 2018 Bielsa must have been offered more than this shower #lufc— Dirty Leeds 49ers (@DirtyLeeds49ers) July 20, 2018 gameday cracker How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update last_img read more

She Cranes to start World Cup qualification campaign against Namibia

first_imgThe She Cranes will start their World Cup qualification campaign on 14th August (File Photo)KAMPALA – The Uganda National Netball team, She Cranes will kick start their 2019 Netball World cup qualification campaign against Namibia on the 14th of next month.This was confirmed after fixtures for the qualification campaign were drawn over the weekend.The East African nation which is ranked 7th in the world will then take on Malawi the following day before looking horns with Botswana on the 16th.Their final two fixtures will be against the hosts Zambia and Zimbabwe on 17th and 18th August respectively.Uganda is hoping to reach their second ever World Cup tournament after making their maiden appearance Australia 2015 where they finished 8th.The 2018 Netball World Cup will be hosted in England.The team is expected to depart for Zambia on 1st August and will have a few friendlies there, before the qualifiers.20 players have been summoned to start preparations at the start of the month.Also read: 20 summoned as She Cranes kick start World Cup qualifiers’ preparationsThe team is currently under going preparations at Mandela National stadium in namboole.List of players that were summoned.Ajio Lillian, Stella Nanfuka, Halima Nakacwa,Ruth Meeme, Stella Oyella, Betty Kizza, Joan Nampungu, Zam Sera, Muhaimuna Namuwaya, Esther Awayo, Racheal Nanyonga, Florence Nanyonga, Jesca Achan,Hindu Namutebi,Irene Eyaru,Nakanyike Nantumbew Shakirah, Mary Nuba, Kuruthum Ali, Irene Mirembe and Peace Proscovia.Uganda’s fixture in Zambia:14th, August: Uganda vs Namibia @12:00pm15th, August: Uganda vs Malawi @10:00am16th, August: Uganda vs Botswana @10:00am17th, August: Uganda vs Zambia @02:00pm18th, August: Uganda vs Zimbabwe @02:00pmComments Tags: she craneslast_img read more

Dodgers pummel Giants, restore order behind Clayton Kershaw

first_imgLOS ANGELES — With National League ERA leader Hyun-Jin Ryu and second-year flame-thrower Walker Buehler on staff, the Dodgers have an embarrassment of riches atop their rotation.Veterans Kenta Maeda and Rich Hill add solid depth while relievers Ross Stripling, Julio Urias and Caleb Ferguson have all enjoyed past success as members of the starting rotation.It doesn’t matter who is or isn’t in the Dodgers rotation at any given point during the season. The Giants would rather face anyone but …last_img read more

Top 10 photos in San Francisco 49ers in 20-7 win against Los Angeles Rams

first_imgClick here if you’re unable to view the photo gallery on your mobile device.See photo highlights of the San Francisco 49ers Sunday game against the Los Angeles Rams. The 49ers remain undefeated with a 5-0 record after their 20-7 win over the Rams in Los Angeles. The 49ers face the Washington Redskins on the road next Sunday.This is the 49ers best season start since 1990 when they won the Super Bowl against the Denver Broncos by a score of 55–10. Their most recent Super Bowl win was in 1995 …last_img read more

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