Messi on song as Barca ease into Copa quarters

first_imgRelatedPosts Suarez agrees Atletico terms Barca president Bartomeu says he won’t go to war anymore with Messi Messi scores twice in Barca friendly A Lionel Messi-inspired Barcelona eased past Leganes 5-0 on Thursday to reach the Copa del Rey quarter-finals. Leganes, second-bottom of La Liga, made a number of changes from the side that secured a 0-0 draw against Atletico Madrid at the weekend and a full-strength Barca took advantage. Last season’s Copa runners-up went ahead after four minutes when Nelson Semedo raced onto Messi’s through ball and squared for Antoine Griezmann to finish from close range. Griezmann was denied a second after a lengthy VAR stoppage deemed the French forward offside in the build-up. Messi turned provider when Clement Lenglet nodded in from a corner to double the Catalan side’s advantage. The Argentine added a deflected third on the hour before rounding off the scoring in the final minute after substitute Arthur had netted the fourth. Barca joined Real Madrid, Villarreal, Athletic Bilbao, Granada, Real Sociedad and holders Valencia in the pot for Friday’s draw. Sevilla visit second tier Mirandes later on Thursday in the final round of 16 game. Reuters/NAN.Tags: Antoine GriezmannBarcelonaLeganesLionel MessiNelson Semedolast_img read more

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Faculty meet to discuss Living University concept

first_imgPresident of the Faculty Alex Capron pushed forward his vision of transforming USC into a “living university” at a retreat organized by the Academic Senate and the Office of the Provost in Huntington Beach this weekend.Capron’s concept of The Living University is to engender an environment brimming with intellectual, artistic, cultural and educational opportunities that embraces and sustains a community of students, faculty and staff who live at or near the university. This community, he hopes, will radiate its lively energy to the university’s immediate environment, the city of Los Angeles and the West Coast at large.This weekend’s retreat brought together approximately 80 faculty members and eight USC students to brainstorm ways to make Capron’s vision a reality.The retreat featured eight brainstorming sessions that focused on either residential issues, community vibrancy, engaging the community or promoting a sustainable campus.Attendees were divided into four different groups — one for each aspect of The Living University concept — and met once in the morning and again later for a second meeting focused on a different aspect in the afternoon.Phillip Ehret, a senior majoring in psychology and one of the eight students invited to the retreat, said one of his break-out groups focused on building a more vibrant community on campus.“There was a lot of talk centered around Visions and Voices,” Ehret said, referring to the university’s Arts & Humanities Initiative. “Right now, everyone goes, everyone leaves. Now, with the new campus center, they can have a place where students sit down with professors over coffee and cookies and continue those discussions outside of the venue, continue the thoughts and the learning that happened.”Capron said the retreat was a successful first step in what will undoubtedly be a gradual process.“This wasn’t a decision-making meeting,” Capron said. “There were lots of ideas, and some of them won’t work out.”Ultimately, Capron’s major goal is fostering a stronger sense of community for USC students, faculty, alumni, and the surrounding neighborhoods.Capron suggested that the great universities — places like Harvard, Yale and Princeton — place great emphasis on this relationship to their communities and community members.He acknowledged this effort is more difficult because USC sits in a city rather than a university town, but Capron expressed excitement at the changes in the city scape around USC.Capron acknowledged that USC, especially the University Park Campus, has made significant progress in the past two decades, evolving from a “commuter school” to one that provides housing for freshmen and sophomores in school-owned facilities with resident faculty and space for activities.Capron further noted that USC is an increasingly vibrant place, pulsing with numerous productions, recitals, exhibitions, lectures, panel discussions, concerts and other events by outside speakers and performers brought to the university by programs like Visions and Voices.Expanding the Visions and Voices program was among the ideas presented at the retreat, Capron said.“An idea that was put forward that got a lot of strong response was this concept of ‘Weekends at USC,’ where we’d be reaching out to faculty, students and alumni in a series of connected activities,” he said.Capron also said he wants to build on the university’s increasing involvement in the community — improving schools, neighborhoods and public safety through student, faculty, staff and alumni efforts. Finally, Capron commented with pride that USC is making significant strides toward becoming a greener community.“It’s further development of all the things that go on outside the classroom that add to the education of students,” Capron said. “By putting them all together, you help move the university forward more broadly. It’s an idea that’s linked to other things, part of the vision of what things could become.”The participation of all members of the USC community is needed to make Capron’s vision a reality.“It’s going to be a combined effort,” Ehret said. “Students have to put in the effort to communicate more, teachers have to put in the effort to communicate more. It’s great to see that the faculty has that willingness, now it’s about taking that potential and making it happen.”Though realization of The Living University concept is a long way down the road — administrators have only just begun brainstorming potential steps — student participants at the retreat were inspired by this new vision for the university.“I felt I was in the highest concentration of smart people I’ve ever been around,” said Collin Evans, a senior majoring in international relations. “USC has grown under President [Steven B.] Sample’s leadership. We’ve had great progress, but we’re not done if we want to be the Yale or the Harvard of Southern California.”last_img read more

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Waite earns 100th Big Ten victory against Indiana

first_imgMATTHEW KUTZ/Herald photoIn Wisconsin’s last game at the Fieldhouse until November, the UW volleyball team had some milestones to try to achieve in front of the home fans before hitting the road for four straight games.The Badgers (15-2, 7-1 Big Ten) did that and more in manhandling the Indiana Hoosiers (8-11, 1-6) Friday night 30-14, 30-25, 30-12.After dominating the Hoosiers in the first game, No. 8 Wisconsin survived a second-game scare by coming from behind 22-24 to win eight of the last nine points. They carried that momentum into the third game to clinch the sweep.”It’s a lot of fun when we’re doing the little things,” senior co-captain Aubrey Meierotto said. “The second game was a little chaotic; we just didn’t have the right chemistry. But it’s a lot of fun when everything is rolling right.”Meierotto, an outside hitter, has helped the Badgers roll right for a long time in Madison. She became the 15th Badger in history to hit 1,000 career kills on Friday, and it came at an essential point in the match, with the teams tied 19-19 in the second game.”[The milestone] feels good,” Meierotto said. “I’m really glad … that it happened here [at home]. I thought it was pretty neat.”UW head coach Pete Waite also reached a personal achievement with the Indiana win, posting his 100th conference victory in his seventh season at Wisconsin.”A hundred wins in the Big Ten is something different,” Waite said. “I learned when I came here that this is a tough conference, and you have to battle all the time.”We work hard as a staff, we work hard as a team … trying to get better. So I don’t look at a certain number of wins, but it’s a nice milestone.”Wisconsin’s balanced attacking game was at it again with even better numbers. Three UW outside hitters had at least 10 kills, led by Meierotto and junior Maria Carlini with 15 each. Freshman Audra Jeffers added 10 more.Impressively, six Wisconsin players posted a hitting percentage of at least .400, helping UW set a season-high team average of .413. The Badgers smacked 62 kills while tallying just 12 errors.And all of this happened while UW starting setter Jackie Simpson had the night off. Junior Katie Lorenzen came in and controlled the Badger offense against Indiana, with a season-best 50 assists.”I thought this was an opportunity to let [Katie] start and get some playing time,” Waite said. “It’s much different being a starter than coming off the bench. This was her shot to take the team for the night, and she did a good job.””I just try to take the same attitude every time, to just focus on getting our team going and stopping the other team, so I try not to get more nervous when I’m starting or anything like that,” Lorenzen added.Perhaps most impressive about the Badger attack was stymieing middle blocker Mandy Eberle of the Hoosiers. Eberle came into the match ranked third in the Big Ten with 1.55 blocks per game, but left the Fieldhouse without a single solo or assist on the block. Wisconsin out-blocked Indiana 10-4 as a team overall.”I think it says a lot for our passing, our defense, and our setter distributing the ball,” Waite said. “We’ve got routes going all the time, there are ways that we pull blockers one way while going the opposite direction, and … that makes it hard for them. “I just think there were times they were really spinning as blockers trying to keep up with the pace of our offense.”Meierotto attributed the UW offensive eruption to Lorenzen’s style in the passing game to keep Indiana off-balance during the entire match.”A lot of it had to do with Katie’s setting, getting a lot of one-on-ones [against their defense], and that makes it harder for their split blocks,” she said.In other Badger statistics, sophomore libero Jocelyn Wack continued her double-digit digs streak, now up to 48 matches, with 14 digs. Lorenzen and sophomore Megan Mills assisted Wack on the defense with eight digs each.Sophomore Taylor Reineke continued to defeat teams in surprisingly quiet fashion. The 6-foot-3 middle blocker hit seven kills without an error, and keyed the blocking with five blocks, all assisted.With a shortened week of practice, Lorenzen said that the Badgers did a nice job of taking care of what needed to be done against one of the Big Ten’s weaker teams.”We focused on [the match on] Wednesday, and then we were able to come out and have a good practice yesterday, and then come out and win this game tonight.”last_img read more

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MSOC : SU defense looking to improve communication going into game against USF

first_img Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Few of Syracuse’s losses have been because of a poor performance by Phil Boerger. The senior goalkeeper has made a habit of putting the Orange on his back and putting it in position to capitalize on scoring opportunities.Those chances have not yielded many positive results. But despite his efforts routinely being wasted, Boerger still won’t express frustration at Syracuse’s stagnant offense.‘If we could cut out some chances and stay a little more focused, we could do better in that respect defensively,’ Boerger said. ‘Offensively, we’re creating some chances, it’s just it’s a lot of half chances and it’s not an all-out chance. … We are doing well offensively, it’s just that little last piece.’Almost all of the pieces of the Orange’s defense — led by Boerger — have been present all season long, providing the team an anchor and backbone. While the offense has struggled to find consistency, the defense has thrived. In the middle of Syracuse’s (2-8-1, 0-3-1 Big East) toughest stretch of the season, where it’s playing three top-25 teams in a row, Boerger and the back four are being relied on more than ever.With that comes a greater emphasis on communication among the defenders, which is something that’s still developing. That’ll continue on Saturday against No. 11 South Florida (8-2-2, 3-0-1) at 7 p.m. at SU Soccer Stadium. The Bulls feature a potent offense that includes a powerful scoring threat in forward Dom Dwyer, who has 11 goals on the year.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSU’s defense is a unit that hasn’t allowed Syracuse to lose any of its games by more than one goal. But in several losses, the Orange didn’t allow the other team’s game-winning goal until the final minutes of the game.Keeping focused for all 90 minutes has been a constant struggle for the freshmen-laden defense all year.‘It’s tough. Every game I think we’ve lost by one goal,’ Boerger said. ‘Against Marquette for example, we gave up three goals, that’s not good enough. If we could cut out some chances and stay a little more focused, we could do better in that respect defensively.’The chemistry isn’t necessarily lacking. Still, the youth and inexperience has at times led to some of those defensive breakdowns late in games and what head coach Ian McIntyre has called ‘soft goals.’‘It’s how comfortable you are playing with each other,’ freshman defender Jordan Murrell said. ‘And we’re all pretty comfortable because we’ve all been training with each other for such a long time. We work together and we help each other out.’The defense has not really needed a boost of confidence, but if it ever did, putting up a clean sheet against Louisville provided that boost. Ranked No. 11 in the country at the time, the Cardinals were the strongest Big East team SU had faced up to that point. For two halves and two overtimes, the Syracuse defense kept Louisville out of the goal.110 minutes. 31 shots. Not a single goal given up.‘It boosts confidence. We know that we can hold out with one of the best teams in the country, so we can hold out with everyone else,’ Murrell said. ‘We just need to keep working at it and continue to play well.’As well as the defense has played, though, only two wins have come of it. So last week, Boerger said McIntyre pulled the defense aside during practice and gave the unit a simple message: ‘I’ve got your back.’Boerger said if anything, it showed him that his head coach knows the frustration the defense could be feeling, and taking the extra step to improve — mainly avoiding late collapses — could prove pivotal toward the latter stages of the season.That extra step is communication on the field. It’s each defender knowing what the other is going to do before they do it. If one of the defenders misses their mark, it’s up to the next one to pick him up. And if they get beat, that’s when Boerger needs to make a save.It’s simple in theory, but takes time to execute. And so far, while the defense has been a consistent force all season, that final step hasn’t quite been perfected.But it might not be too far off.‘In reality, when you look at the length of a college soccer season, it’s not very long,’ Boerger said. ‘We’ve only been together since August.’‘I think we’re starting to jell at the right time.’cjiseman@syr.educenter_img Published on October 12, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Chris: cjiseman@syr.edu | @chris_isemanlast_img read more

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Stanford game a fork in the road for Trojans

first_imgGen. George S. Patton, who led U.S. forces during World War II, experienced some crushing defeats in his career. His ability to recover after a loss, however, made him an icon of military leadership.“Success is how high you bounce after you hit the bottom,” Patton once said.During the last nine years, USC built a football dynasty on a similar principle.The Trojans haven’t lost two games in a row since 2001, when they fell to Stanford and Washington in consecutive weeks. Sound familiar?USC heads into Saturday’s game unranked and reeling from last week’s upset at the hands of the Washington Huskies.Now, the Trojans will head north to take on No. 16 Stanford, a team that handed them an embarrassing 55-21 loss on Homecoming last year.This looks to be a bad matchup for the Trojans. USC’s pass defense, ranked 116th in the nation out of 120 teams, will square off against Cardinal quarterback Andrew Luck, who leads the conference in total offense.A year ago, the Trojans struggled against Stanford’s physical style of play, surrendering 325 rushing yards and five touchdowns on the ground.Heisman runner-up Toby Gerhart is gone from the Cardinal backfield, but Stanford still ranks 23rd in the nation in rushing.Add to that the Trojans’ struggles with penalties and special teams in recent weeks, and the situation appears bleak for the former kings of the Pac-10.The Las Vegas odds makers list Stanford as 10-point favorites, a far cry from three years ago when the Cardinal entered the Coliseum as 41-point underdogs.A USC loss this weekend wouldn’t come as a shock to most.The excuses are readily available and, in many ways, valid: NCAA sanctions that removed the possibility of a bowl game, transfers and scholarship reductions that limit the team’s depth, a new head coach implementing his schemes and his way of doing things, and a particularly difficult batch of Pac-10 opponents.The belief in some circles is that, with no bowl game to play for, this USC team could fade down the stretch against a string of talented conference foes.Stewart Mandel of Sports Illustrated wrote this week that “in the increasingly deep and quarterback-heavy Pac-10 … USC will finish no higher than seventh.”Saturday’s game, then, represents more than a midseason showdown between two conference rivals.This is an opportunity for the 2010 Trojans to define themselves.A victory this Saturday in Palo Alto would send a message to the rest of the conference that, although USC football is down, it’s definitely not out.A triumph over a ranked foe would show the nation that, despite the sanctions, this season still means something to this squad.A win on the road could refuel the Trojans with a belief that, no matter how difficult their schedule might be, they still have the talent to play with anyone in the country.Because if not now, then when?The schedule doesn’t get any easier after Saturday. Although the Trojans return home next week to begin a three-game homestand, the Coliseum is no longer a place feared by opponents.Home losses to Stanford, Arizona and Washington in the last two years have removed some of the stadium’s mystique.Of the Trojans’ seven remaining games, none can be considered an automatic “W.” Even UCLA, which got off to a rough start, has won three straight games, including two over then-top-25 teams.With no let-up in sight, a loss this weekend could send the Trojans into a tailspin.A losing record, a finish in the bottom half of the conference, the unofficial end to a dynasty — these all have the potential of being the story of this year’s team.Like the famous Dylan Thomas poem, the message to USC is one of seizing the moment: “Do not go gentle into that good night / Rage, rage against the dying of the light.”The Trojans could go down as a team that just had too much to overcome.Or, like Patton, they could bounce back.“Sellin’ the Sizzle” runs every other Friday. To comment on this article, visit dailytrojan.com or e-mail Jonathan at jkendric@usc.edu.last_img read more

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Men’s basketball: Traevon Jackson says he’ll play in Sweet 16 against North Carolina

first_imgThe account later posted this. University of Wisconsin men’s basketball senior guard Traevon Jackson told reporters Wednesday afternoon that he will play in the Badgers’ Sweet 16 matchup against North Carolina Thursday night. Jackson, who hasn’t played in Wisconsin’s last 19 games since suffering a fractured foot Jan. 11 at Rutgers, also said, “I’m full go.”The team’s Twitter account posted Wednesday afternoon that putting in Jackson would be a game time decision come Thursday evening, but that was before Jackson spoke with the press.center_img UW associate head coach Greg Gard said Jackson’s playing minutes will be limited.“I think it will be very calculated on when we use him and how we use him,” Gard told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “No. 1, to make sure he is ready for it and No. 2, obviously we’ve got some pretty good synergy going right now.”Jackson broke his right foot Jan. 11 at Rutgers in UW’s first Big Ten loss of the season. While the initial diagnosis called for six to eight weeks of rehabilitation, it has taken Jackson a little bit longer to get game ready.Jackson’s initial target date was the March 1 game against Michigan State – the day the Badgers clinched a share of the Big Ten title.Before his injury, Jackson averaged 9.4 points per game in 17 games played, with a 1.75 assist-to-turnover ratio.Jackson and the first-seeded Badgers (33-3) will tip-off against the fourth-seeded Tar Heels (26-11) in the West Regional Semifinal at 6:47 p.m. CT on TBS from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.last_img read more

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Men’s basketball: Former Buckeye Micah Potter will transfer to Wisconsin

first_imgThe University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team added future depth to their front court Monday with the signing of transfer forward Micah Potter from The Ohio State University. UW Athletics announced Monday night.Potter, a junior, saw his minutes per game reduced from 14.1 as a freshman to just 10.1 as a sophomore and was likely to back up for center Kaleb Wesson for the second consecutive year. Potter announced his intent to transfer two days before the season began in response to his decreased role with OSU. During his two-year career with the Buckeyes Potter also averaged 4.1 points on 46 percent shooting with 2.8 rebounds per game.“The reason I waited so long to make the decision [to transfer] was really because I love Ohio State — I grew up a Buckeyes fan and I tried to make it work as long as I could,” Potter said. “But in the end, I needed to make a decision that was best for me. I needed to go somewhere I would fit in a little better.”Men’s basketball: Badgers fall 69–74 to in-state rival Marquette in overtimeThe 125th chapter of the I-94 rivalry took place this Saturday, this time in the brand-new Fiserv Forum that is Read…Though Potter was considering other schools like Vanderbilt during the transfer process, Wisconsin was a frontrunner going in and allowed Potter to continue playing in the Big Ten.Badger guard Brad Davison was an integral part in recruiting the forward. After acting as Potter’s host during his visit in November, Davison kept in contact with Potter through text and apparently helped Potter in choosing UW.“He showed that he actually cared about me and not just the fact I could help his basketball team,” Potter said of Davison.Facing a dearth of talent at the forward position in 2019, the addition will be an enormous help for the team as seniors Ethan Happ, Khalil Iverson and Charlie Thomas all depart. Potter will likely play alongside Nate Reuvers and Aleem Ford, who look to be the Badgers’ only other established frontcourt players going into next season.Men’s basketball: Nate Reuvers may be next in long line of great Badger big menStarting forward Nate Reuvers has quietly been having a stellar season for the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team. Perhaps Read…Potter will enroll at UW next semester, but due to transfer rules, he won’t be able to play for another calendar year starting Dec. 2019.As the Ethan Happ era nears its end in Wisconsin, Potter’s combination of fit and experience should aid the Badgers growing pains next season and beyond.last_img read more

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Tipp have no complaints about minor football loss

first_imgTipp – who were the defending champions – gave up their title after Limerick beat them 3-8 to 0-11 in a play-off match at Semple Stadium in Thurles.The Treaty County go on to face Waterford in another play-off next Wednesday.Although he was pleased with the character his players showed Mick says the result was the right one.last_img

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Eunisell Boot Holds in June

first_imgThe media hype around Lokosa’s award caught the attention of African Champions, Tunisia’s Esperance Sportive de Tunis, who offered the Kano Pillars striker a two-and-a-half-year contract in January this year.Lokosa was to say after signing the deal: “It was only after I was awarded the Eunisell Boot with all the publicity around it, that my career turned around.”According to the Group Managing Director of Eunisell, Mr. Chika Ikenga, “The Eunisell Boot was instituted not only to honour top performers, but to make players work on their game, be more competitive and to boost the profile and interest of the domestic, topflight league.”Ikenga stressed that the initiative is confirmation of Eunisell’s commitment to the development and increased interest in Nigerian football.“Too often we lose sight of the importance of the domestic league and its players, opting instead to follow the European and UK leagues for example. What we forget is that a significant percentage of those talented players are Nigerians, who started their careers at home in the NPFL, and even more remarkable, is the fact that our young stars rise to the top here and abroad without having had the benefit of local academies or sponsors in their formative years.”Eunisell extended the brand’s involvement in the domestic premier league with the launch of ‘Eunisell Boot’ in 2018.The company first became involved in the NPFL in 2015, when the decision was made to sponsor Rivers United FC. Eunisell subsequently made history as the first club sponsor in Nigeria to achieve five consecutive seasons with one team.Ikenga called on other well-meaning Nigerians, football enthusiasts and corporate sponsors to emulate Eunisell’s efforts in supporting the NPFL and players.“It’s time we got behind our own league, our clubs and players and recognise their incredible talent, and the contribution they make to the game. The prestigious trophy and value of the Eunisell Boot award will spur players into performing better we believe and we are indeed proud to be associated with our home-grown stars,” he said.An example of the impact of sponsorship on football is the popular English Premier League, which has been elevated to that of a global behemoth with the investment by Sky Sports – Only last year, the satellite broadcaster splashed a staggering £3.58 billion (N1, 682,600,000,000) for a three-year deal with rights to broadcast league games around the world.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Group Managing Director of Eunisell Limited, Mr. Chika Ikenga_ Eunisell Boot Award winner, Junior Lokosa_ and SuperSport Presenter, Chisom Mbonu-Ezeoke, at the cheque and trophy Plans to host the second edition of the Eunisell Boot Award are in top gear. Sponsors, Eunisell, a leading global chemical solutions and production engineering solutions group, confirms the ceremony will hold in June.At the event, the top goal scorer of the 2018/2019 NPFL season, will be presented with the coveted Eunisell Boot trophy and N200,000 for each goal scored.Junior Lokosa, the highest scorer with 19 goals in the 2017/2018 NPFL season, won the inaugural edition and was presented with N3.8million and a glittering trophy.last_img read more

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Betway launches second edition of Talent Search

first_imgBetway, Ghana’s leading online sports betting company, launched the second edition of the Betway Talent Search on the 20th April 2018 at the Swiss Spirit Alisa Hotel in Accra.The novelty event which sets out to unearth rising talents across the country was introduced last year by Ghana’s forerunner in sports gaming and this year’s hunt cuts across the length and breadth of the country in search of young aspiring footballers within the ages of 18 and 25. Those who excel will later be recruited after being tried and tested through a series of screening exercises by an experienced scouting team led by former Black Stars skipper and current technical coordinator of the Black Stars, Stephen Appiah.Others on the seasoned scouting team include current Black Stars assistant coach Maxwell Konadu, Coach Eric Antwi and Twumasi Forkuoh of Lizzy Sports Complex, Godfried Adoube, Sam Johnson and Mohammed Gargo, all former Black Stars players noted for their unique abilities and contributions.The Talent Search trials is set to take place over a 5-week period commencing from 4th August 2018 to 8th September 2018. Talented players can join the trials in Tamale on 4th August 2018 at the Nabisco Park, Sunyani on the 11th August 2018 at the Coronation Park, Kumasi at the Opoku Ware Park on the 18th August 2018, Cape Coast at the Adisadel Park on the 25th August 2018 and Accra on the 1st September 2018 at the University of Ghana Stadium.Last year’s winner, Obed Appiah, earned a six-month trial contract with Premier League club, Ashanti Gold S.C, while Douglas Armaning and Mukaila Ahmed were offered a three-month and a month’s trial contract for placing second and third respectively. Douglas remains a player on the Books of Ashanti Gold S.C currently and spoke in a video about how the opportunity he got had changed his life.Scout lead, Stephen Appiah was optimistic about the quality of players out there and what creating these opportunities with Betway means to the development of football in Ghana. For the first time, eight individuals would win trial contracts with any of four Premier League clubs as the grand prize, a reward that is said to be unique on the talent scouting terrain in Ghana.About the Betway GroupThe Betway Group is a leading provider of first-class entertainment across sports betting, casino, bingo and poker. Launched in 2006, the company operates across a number of regulated online markets and holds licenses in the UK, Malta, Italy, Denmark, Spain, Belgium, Germany, Kenya, Uganda, Ghana, South Africa and Nigeria. Based in Malta and Guernsey, with support from London, Isle of Man, Stockholm and Cape Town, the Betway team comprises over 1,000 people.Betway is also the official principal sponsor of Premier League football club West Ham United, the UK Premier League Darts and the UK Snooker Championships. For more information about Betway’s various products and licensed brands, please visit www.betwaygroup.com.last_img read more

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