Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/ Inter coach Antonio Conte received a letter threatening his daughter, but also staff member and former Juventus fitness coach Antonio Pintus. The letter, which has reportedly been traced back to Florence, contained a rifle cartridge and a threatening letter directed at the former Juventus coach with the text “we know where you live and who your daughter is.” La Stampa reports that the local police in Milan has been in touch with Conte and he doesn’t recognise the writing, nor the content particularly reminding him of anyone. The letter contained an eight-gauge cartridge, mainly used for hunting, and could be tracked back to Florence by the authorities. There’s a possible supporter of an opposing team, who is annoyed by the Inter side and their good performances this term, but also one from the Nerazzurri who doesn’t approve of his past in Turin. The fact Pintus, formerly of Juventus and Real Madrid, was also mentioned would suggest it is a grudge about their Bianconeri past. The letter contained writing in black, listing the names of his family members and the text: “We know where you live… We know who your daughter is.” However, the letter was sent to the Inter HQ and not directly to Conte’s home, which suggests the information about his address is incorrect. The police are investigating and will be analysing the document for fingerprints. Il Giorno reports that the first investigations aren’t connecting it to the world of the ultras, but rather a disgruntled individual seeking attention.
Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Damian Lillard scored 26 points and Jusuf Nurkic had 19 points and a season-high 17 rebounds to lead Portland (24-21). C.J. McCollum scored 16 points and Shabazz Napier 13 for the Blazers.Just six weeks ago, the Blazers lost six consecutive games during a late-November, early December stretch. But starting Dec. 28 with a victory over Philadelphia, Portland has returned to its winning ways in Moda Center.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hosting“Overall our team has just locked in a little bit more,” Lillard said. “We had a rough stretch. We’re not the first team or the last team that’ll have that. The important thing when you have times like that is to stay together and stay with it. I think we’re just in a better place on the floor as a group.”Several wins during this streak looked like Thursday’s, a game in which Portland had most of the answers during the fourth quarter. Tied at 74 after three quarters, the Blazers outscored Indiana 26-12 during the final period to pull out the win. “That’s the hustle game you have to win,” McMillan said. “We have to give help to our bigs down in the paint. They outworked us, and won that game.”Nurkic had one of his most productive games as a Blazer, missing his career high by three rebounds. Nurkic got going early, hitting his first three shots during the first five minutes. Stotts said he didn’t recall running plays for Nurkic, saying he was doing it all on effort.“When he got in the paint, he was finishing early,” Lillard said of Nurkic. “He played strong. Even on the defensive end, he was contesting shots at the rim. . When he plays that way on both ends, we’re a much better team.”Indiana was without forward Myles Turner, the team’s second-leading scorer this season. Turner has missed five consecutive games with a right elbow injury.McCollum sprinted from the floor to the locker room early in the fourth quarter with a brief bout of nausea, but returned a few minutes later.Portland led 52-47 at halftime, and the difference was a pair of buzzer-beaters: McCollum’s 3-pointer at the end of the first quarter, and Lillard’s desperation layup off a drive to finish the second quarter.TIP-INSPacers: The last time Indiana won in Portland was Nov. 28, 2007. … Of the 12 games Turner has missed this season, two came against Portland. … Lance Stephenson missed the team’s morning shootaround with an illness, but played. He finished with no points on 0-of-6 shooting from the floor and missed both of his foul shots. … Indiana is 2-1 on its current five-game road trip, having won at Phoenix and Utah.Trail Blazers: Led by 12 boards from Nurkic, Portland outrebounded Indiana 29-18 in the first half. … Nurkic had a double-double in the first half with 12 points and 12 rebounds. … Portland swept the season series from Indiana for the third time in four seasons. The Blazers won 114-96 over the Pacers on Oct. 20. … Al-Farouq Aminu is averaging 13 points and 10 rebounds in his last four games against Indiana.MAKING UP FOR POOR SHOOTINGPortland won despite shooting just 39.4 percent from the floor (37 of 94), and 31.2 percent from 3-point range (10 of 32). Only once has Portland shot worse and won a game this season.The Blazers made up for it in other ways, like free throw shooting. They were 16 of 16, the third time they’ve been perfect from the line in a game this season, an NBA high. The Blazers also converted 14 offensive rebounds into 24 second-chance points. “In the third quarter, I thought we gave them a lot of opportunities,” Portland coach Terry Stotts said. “In the fourth quarter, it was good to see the lead expand without having very many mistakes.”Portland took control late in the third quarter, when the Blazers held Indiana scoreless for more than five minutes. It was part of Portland’s 21-2 run, during which Shabazz Napier scored eight points to help erase a six-point deficit and give the Blazers an 89-76 lead midway through the fourth quarter.Napier kick-started the rally during the final seconds of the third quarter, when he made a backcourt steal, then hit a corner 3-pointer as time expired to tie the game at 74.Victor Oladipo and Darren Collison scored 23 points each for Indiana (24-21).Indiana coach Nate McMillan had an eye on the stat sheet in assessing what went wrong for the Pacers. 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The Trail Blazers won 100-86. (AP Photo/Craig Mitchelldyer)PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland’s home court was once one of the NBA’s toughest for visitors — but was a source of frustration for the Trail Blazers earlier this season.But they appear to have their home mojo back, as the Blazers won their fifth consecutive home game Thursday night, beating the Indiana Pacers 100-86.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments
PSV Eindhoven forward Bryan Ruiz is the biggest name in the Costa Rica squad headed to BrazilThree of the teams in Group D are loaded with famous players, like Italy striker Mario Balotelli, England forward Wayne Rooney and Uruguay striker Luis Suarez. The odd one out is Jorge Luis Pinto’s Costa Rica.Perhaps PSV Eindhoven forward Bryan Ruiz is the biggest name in the Costa Rica squad headed to Brazil. That will make it difficult for Costa Rica to advance from a difficult group.On its side is the fact that half of the Central American country’s squad is made up of players who are based in Europe.Here are five players to watch:KEYLOR NAVASCosta Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas is likely to have a lot to do, but he has had his best season for Levante and is considered one of the top ‘keepers in the Spanish league.There are reports in Spanish media that Navas could move to a higher-profile club, something a good performance at the World Cup might secure.”You always want to play in the big teams, but at the moment I am a Levante player,” Navas said.Navas left Costa Rica for Spain in 2010, but only made his first-division debut in May 2012.BRYAN RUIZBryan Ruiz is the most established Costa Rican player in Europe and its best known after his stint in the Premier League with Fulham.Ruiz, Costa Rica’s most creative player, is allowed to stray inside from his right midfield position.advertisementRuiz joined PSV from Fulham in January. He moved to Europe in 2006 to join Belgian side Gent before moving to FC Twente in the Netherlands and then Fulham in 2011.BRYAN OVIEDOEverton left back Bryan Oviedo has been in a race to be fit for Brazil after breaking his leg in January, although the Premier League club stated in March that he is on course to be back playing in time for the World Cup.Oviedo had enjoyed a positive first half of the season for Everton, standing in for England international Leighton Baines.Oviedo remains an important part of Costa Rica coach Jorge Luis Pinto’s plans, especially due to his attacking bursts from the left wing and his ability to cross the ball.JOEL CAMPBELLJoel Campbell made a good impression in the Champions League for Greek club Olympiakos this season and has been loaned out by parent club Arsenal to French team Lorient and Spanish club Real Betis over the last three years.Campbell is fast, tricky and can play on the wing or inside and is the bright young starlet of Costa Rican football. Much is expected of him.Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger suggested in February that Campbell does have a future at the London club. A good World Cup may just make it sooner rather than later.CELSO BORGESA central midfielder, Celso Borges is the pivot of Costa Rica’s team and already has made more than 50 appearances for his country.Borges plays for Swedish club AIK and is known for his ability to score goals from his midfield position.The son of Brazilian coach Alexandre Guimaraes, who was in charge of Costa Rica at the 2002 and 2006 World Cups, Borges has played for his country from the under-17 level all the way up to the first team.
While headlines are ripe with Samsung’s Tizen OS-based smartphone touted to be launched this month itself, buzz has it that the South Korean giant is also looking to launch another budget device in the Indian market soon. A new report by NDTV Gadgets suggests that the alleged Samsung Galaxy Core Prime will be launched soon in India at a price to the tune of Rs. 9,599.The basis of the report is a Facebook posting by an established Mumbai-based smartphone retailer, Mahesh Telecom that has revealed the pricing and specifications of the said device. It must be however noted that there is no official word from Samsung regarding the device as of now.Reportedly, the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime smartphone will feature a 4.5-inch WVGA PLS (plane-to-line switching) TFT display with a 480×800 pixels resolution. It will reportedly be powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor (unspecified chipset) alongside 1GB of RAM. It will come with 8GB of internal storage expandable up to 64GB via microSD card. The device is tipped to sport a 5MP autofocus rear camera, along with a 2MP front-facing camera. The dual-SIM device will run Android 4.4 KitKat out-of-the-box (no word on the kind of skin used). Connectivity options on the device have been tipped to include: Wi-Fi b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, and 3G. It is expected to be backed by a 2000mAh battery.
As ESPN’s Dick Vitale has made us all aware, Duke vs. North Carolina is the best rivalry in the sport of college basketball. And with every great rivalry comes some aptly-timed trash talk. UNC’s student newspaper, The Daily Tar Heel, kicked things off right Wednesday morning, just hours ahead of tip-off at Cameron Indoor.In the weather section of today’s issue, you’ll find two shots at the Blue Devils. While it will be 36 degrees outside Wednesday, it still won’t be “as cold as Coach K’s heart.” Thursday, the sky will be the “right shade” of blue.from @dailytarheel. yup, the game is tonight. pic.twitter.com/Z5SwUiDNAk— Bomani Jones (@bomani_jones) February 18, 2015Given the fact that Coach K attended the late Dean Smith’s funeral, we’re not so sure about that first dig. Regardless, we hope Duke responds in some fashion.
The former Leeds and Aston Villa player Fabian Delph said his diet helped him to cut out the muscle injuries that had dogged his career. It also helped him persuade Guardiola to make him part of his plans despite his major overhaul of the City squad.He also admits he is one of the best examples of a player who has benefited from Guardiola’s influence both inside and outside the pitch, according to Daily Mail.“I changed my diet in terms of getting it more balanced. I cut out red meat and sugar and started eating more greens, more vegetables,” said Delph. “We’ve got a fantastic nutritionist at the club, Tom Parry, and he has helped me tremendously. I only had a couple of niggles all season which is fantastic for me.”Everton’s 25 million pound man Gbamin out for 3 months George Patchias – August 26, 2019 Everton’s 25 million pound summer signing Jean-Philippe Gbamin has been ruled out for up to 3 months.The Ivory Coast international, joined the Goodison Park…“He’s fantastic. For me, he is a genius,” said Delph. “He has opened my eyes to so much. I didn’t picture football like Pep does. He’s painted the pictures for me.“I stayed mentally strong, and I knew if I got my opportunity to play I could contribute and help the lads win games.“I’m a very traditional English guy who believes in hard work and dedication and giving it absolutely everything. I’m there to fight and pick up second balls, to be that old English type of player, but he has reinvented me.
Bournemouth defender Steve Cook has hit out at Watford’s Troy Deeney following his comments about Dan Gosling’s tackle on Tom Cleverley.Gosling was shown a yellow card for a robust second-half challenge on Cleverley which saw him win the ball but then wipe out the midfielder.Deeney made a series of comments during the post-match interviews after the 3-3 draw between Watford and Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium, including questioning the decisions of referee David Coote.But Cook felt the Watford captain had got it wrong regarding Gosling, who was making his first appearance since injuring his knee in November.The Cherries center-half also insists Abdoulaye Doucoure’s ugly first-half tackle on Ryan Fraser had been a significantly worse offence than that of Gosling.He said, according to Bournemouth Echo:Brad Smith is loving his time at MLS Manuel R. Medina – August 27, 2019 Smith has been loaned from AFC Bournemouth to Seattle Sounders for a whole season, and the Australian footballer is enjoying his time there.“That’s strange coming from Troy because as a physical striker, I don’t think anyone tries to do anyone.”“If we’re doing people, Doucoure’s done Goso.”“That’s a poor comment from him. It’s strange because he’s a good guy. He was desperate for him to be sent off, actually, but that would have been an awful decision.”“Doucoure’s tackle was twice as bad as Goso’s.”“I think (Doucoure) was probably not 100 percent in control. I haven’t seen it back slowly but on another day he could have seen red.”
Related Items:akierra misisick, amy crawford, national networks for safe communities, new york, romaine virgo, speaker, stop the violence, youth day Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 24 Sept 2015 – It is an effort being led to stamp out gun violence in our communities, and this afternoon at 6pm a guest speaker will join the discussions on stopping the violence at the Gustarvus Lightbourne Sports Complex.Minister for Education Hon. Akierra Misick held a press conference this morning to highlight the campaign. Misick told media that the Ministry took a different approach to Youth Day activities to address the surge in crime in the country.Amy Crawford of the National Network for Safe Communities in New York is the facilitator for the national forum later; she is also the Deputy Director at Center for Crime Prevention and Control at John Jay College.Under the theme, stop the violence, break the silence, Misick said she hopes the events will address the youth on youth violence.Two international artists will perform at free concerts being hosted by the Ministry on Friday morning, including Romaine Virgo in Providenciales and Etana in Grand Turk.Youth Day holiday kicks off with activities across the Turks and Caicos Islands tomorrow morning. MPs say they know nothing about pay raise Youth Week culminates with Peace concert TCI Youth Forum to go on the road; poor turnout criticised by Violence victim Recommended for you
The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, December 29, 2016 – The Governor is being asked to rescind one of his choices for Appointed Member to the House of Assembly; not because of the man’s character but on principal. Former Premier, Michael Misick echoes the sentiments of some in the country that Hon John Phillips should not have been reappointed to the House of Assembly, that the honour of a second and pensionable term of service to the people should be earned through an election, not given by an appointment. In a media statement issued on Wednesday, Misick said,: “While I don’t agree that the governor should be appointing any person to our parliament, while he has that power, he should exercise it responsibly and in the wider public interest. I have nothing against Mr. Phillips personally. I have known him for a very long time and believe that he has made a significant contribution to parliament over the last four years. However I believe there are other citizens that are equally as capable of making a contribution and should be given a chance.” Misick continued, “If you are going to serve parliament two consecutive times and be pensionable, you should run for office. I call on the governor to review and rescind the appointment of Mr. John Phillips to Parliament.” Philips, originally from Scotland is a near 30 year resident of the islands, a business owner and Belonger; he will serve for a second time as a Governor appointee and was a member of the Consultative Forum, a group of Islanders which functioned in Parliament during the suspension of the TCI Constitution between 2009 to 2012.#MagneticMediaNews Related Items:#magneticmedianews Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Posted: February 25, 2018 Updated: 4:43 PM KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter February 25, 2018 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A man apparently escaped from police after a pursuit across Mission Valley Sunday.The suspect is believed to have struck a pole and a parked car at about 9:30 a.m. in the 2400 block of Hotel Circle North, said Officer Dino Delimitros of the San Diego Police Department.Police were arriving at the scene when the man fled, sparking a slow- speed pursuit through the streets of Mission Valley, Delimitros said. The man eventually drove his car onto trolley tracks on the southern end of Fenton Parkway — adjacent to Ikea — and bailed out of the vehicle.The car he was driving turned out to be stolen, Delimitros said.Officers continued a foot pursuit while a police helicopter flew overhead, but could not find the suspect.He was described as a white or Hispanic male, wearing jeans and a green shirt, Delimitros said. Felony suspect drives car onto trolley tracks during police chase