Stevan Jovetic, 30, was a member of Sevilla on loan from Inter Milan between January and May 2017, in which he played twenty-four official matches and scored seven goals. The red and white club tried to get hold of their services definitively but finally ended up calling Monaco. Less than five months in Nervión, Stevan Jovetic was enough to fall in love with Seville. The Montenegrin forward, who currently plays for French AS Monaco, has made a donation of medical supplies to the Virgen Macarena University Hospital in Seville, as revealed by the health center through social networks.“Jovetic fell in love one day with Seville and, faced with this situation of the Covid-19, he wanted, through some friends, donate medical supplies to the Virgen Macarena University Hospital. Close in the distance. Thank you! “, The Andalusian public system hospital published along with a photograph of the boxes donated by the Balkan player.
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 How to help the Taal evacuees A costly, catty dispute finally settled Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene LATEST STORIES With their eighth win in 10 games, the Kings, who again moved ahead of the (7-2) Meralco Bolts, the 2016 runners-up, can now afford to drop their last game against the TNT KaTropa this Saturday and still contend for a slot among the top four finishers that will earn a twice-to-beat bonus in the quarterfinals.After their 107-103 decision of the Kings last Sunday where they led by as much as 26 points, the Beermen struggled past the winless but suddenly tigerish Kia Picanto, 118-112, in last Saturday’s first game before forging a tie with the Katropa at 6-3.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogWhile Terrence Watson proved an able third import replacement for SMB with 28 points and 17 rebounds against the Kings, coach Leo Austria turned to his crack all-Filipino crew, led by the 6-foot-10 June Mar Fajardo in the second half, to pin a 10th straight loss on tailender Kia.Fajardo unloaded 22 points in the final quarter to finish with 41 points on top of 17 rebounds. Import Geron Johnson led Kia with 42. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. DAY6 is for everybody It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up So forges semis duel with Ding OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson The Beermen next take on the 2-8 Phoenix Fuel Masters this Wednesday hoping to match the seven wins of Meralco and NLEX and boost their top four bid. But getting No. 8 won’t be easy with no less than the Bolts facing the Beermen in their final game this Sunday.NLEX (7-3) is also up against a tough final foe this Sunday in Star (5-3), which can still finish with eight wins like TNT and SMB with a sweep of its last three games.The Hotshots were battling the Katropa at presstime then face the Picanto on Friday before meeting the Road Warriors.Blackwater (4-5) was shooting for the last quarterfinal berth behind Rain or Shine (5-4) against GlobalPort (3-6) at presstime. If they win, the Batang Pier still have to get past the Bolts to force a playoff with the Elite.All ties among the eight top teams after the elimination round will be settled by the PBA quotient system except the deadlock for No. 8 which will be decided by a playoff.ADVERTISEMENT Barangay Ginebra showed why it is the defending Governors’ Cup champion even as San Miguel Beer remained on track in its quest for a second Grand Slam in the Philippine Basketball Association.The Gin Kings bounced back from a thorough beating from the Beermen early last week with an 89-82 decision of the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters Saturday to secure at least a tie for a top four slot going into the final week of elimination of the season-ending eliminations.ADVERTISEMENT End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend MOST READ View comments The quarterfinal pairings pit No. 1 against No. 8, No. 2 against No. 7, No. 3 against No. 6 and No. 4 against No. 5.It will be the survivors of the 1-8 and 3-6 matches and the 2-7 and 4-5 duels that will collide in the best-of-five semifinals. The finals is a best-of-seven series.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next
The pre-game show for the tilt can be heard live on Moose FM at 6:45 p.m. with the opening faceoff shortly thereafter at 7. After Saturday’s game, the Huskies will return home for a rare mid-week game back home in a rematch against the Fairview Flyers on Tuesday. The Huskies had a rough time last time out as they welcomed the Fairview Flyers to the North Peace Arena. The Huskies dropped the game 6-0 in a contest that was plagued by turnovers in the defensive zone.Head Coach Gary Alexander says he was initially let down at the start of the week with how the team responded but is optimistic about the team’s chances of changing its fortune.“Actually, I was a little disappointed Tuesday night. We had a little bit of a low showing [at practice], although we did have the better part of the team. It’s the little things they aren’t doing; we’ve deteriorated a little bit,” he admits. “I think we’re going to rebound from that shellacking we got against Fairview.”- Advertisement – A positive from the past week surrounds goaltender Travis McLean’s return to practice. McLean injured himself back on October 5 in the latter stages of the game against Grande Prairie. While he won’t start tomorrow or likely against Fairview on Tuesday, Alexander is happy to have him back in practice and working towards getting back between the pipes.“We’d like to get him into some more practice before we throw him back in and give him a physical top up. [It’s] a big thing to have him back in the lineup; we don’t have to go looking for somebody else,” he explains. “We had tonight’s practice and the Sexsmith game, then Tuesday back against Fairview, so that only gives Trav one practice. He could maybe skate with the Flyers on Monday but that’s still not enough.”The Huskies will be relying on Brighton Campbell, Jordan Gies and Lien Miller-Jeannotte to get the ball rolling again on Saturday. The trio currently occupy the top three spots in team scoring with 16, 15, and 13 points respectively.Advertisement
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Andrea Pirlo Tottenham and the rest of the Premier League could be on red alert amid rumours, coming from Italy, that Andrea Pirlo could be made available for transfer.Antonio Conte announced his resignation as Juve boss this week, following three consecutive Serie A titles, after falling out with the club over transfer strategy.And the man being tipped to replace him is former AC Milan manager Massimiliano Allegri, who Pirlo claims forced him out of the club in 2011.After the switch, Pirlo said: “Milan offered me a one-year extension, but I wanted three years because I was younger than the other players whose contracts were expiring.“But the real reason behind why I left Milan was because Allegri wanted to use Massimo Ambrosini or Mark van Bommel in front of the defence instead of me. That meant that I had to change position on the pitch. So I said ‘no thanks’ to Milan and chose Juventus.“Milan decided that I was no longer useful to them. I understood that immediately during our meeting.”Spurs were credited with a strong interest in the Italy playmaker, 35, last season and the rest of the Premier League will be interested, especially after his masterful performance against England in the World Cup. 1
Northern Ireland get their Euro 2016 campaign started against Poland in Nice on Sunday evening.But even though the team is yet to kick a ball in anger, the Irish fans have been in great voice in France.And, not surprisingly, they have been loudly saluting Wigan striker Will Grigg with their favourite terrace chant.The talkSPORT team in Paris captured some of them in action in the Eiffel Tower Fan Park.All together now…
Michy Batshuayi (Belgium) – €6.0m – After his goalscoring cameo against Hungary on Sunday night, his world is about to turn upside down. A £33m Premier League move looks likely in the coming days with Chelsea set to swoop, while he could get another Euro 2016 chance against Wales. Renato Sanches (Portugal) – €4.4m – His cameo against Croatia was very promising and highlighted his ability to go from box-to-box in flash. He could, finally, be given a start against Poland and if he gets the better of Grzegorz Krychowiak could fire Portugal into the semi-finals. Jonas Hector (Germany) – €5.6m – The Germany left-back has starred in France and could well give Italy problems on the flank. An assist isnt out of the question and a clean sheet too, if the organised world champions can curb the Azzurri attack. 8 8 8 Eden Hazard (Belgium) – €9.5m – He struggled against Italy but has proved his quality in later matches before scoring a wonderful goal against Hungary, while he’s also got three assists in three games. If hes on form, hell give Chris Gunter and James Chester a tough time on Friday night. 8 8 Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland) – €7.5m – Click the right arrow above for more Euro 2016 transfer tips… – After a tough season at Fiorentina, it seemed the Polish wingers fortunes were in descent. In France, though, hes come roaring back and got two goals and one assist in four games. Hes in form and a good option to slot into your squad. Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal) – €4.0m – Borussia Dortmunds new signing has looked very handy at left-back for Fernando Santos side. Hes another cheap player you may want to bring in so you can spend more on other areas. 8 Samuel Umtiti (France) – €4.0m – Adil Rami is suspended for Les Bleus clash with Iceland, so its either Umtiti or Eliaquim Mangala for Didier Deschamps. His currently leaning appears to be towards the Lyon star and as hes dirt-cheap we recommend him. He might even get you a clean sheet. At Euro 2016, the 24 teams who began the tournament have now been whittled down to eight nations.It’s going to be a thrilling weekend of action as they all face off for a place in next week’s semi-finals, but what does it mean for your Fantasy Football teams?Well, it’s likely you’ve lost a few good in the last few days, although we don’t think you can clash any English players as good.So, now you have got to patch up your squad, and you can either make four free transfers or use your wildcard – it’s up to you.You’ll definitely need to ditch your players who are out of the tournament but, who should you replace them with?Click the right arrow above for some top Euro 2016 Fantasy Football transfer tips… Jordan Lukaku (Belgium) – €4.5m – Another man set to benefit from a suspension, Romelus brother is likely to replace Thomas Vermaelen in the Belgian team. He will slot in at left-back as Spurs star Jan Vertonghen moves central to reunite with club partner Toby Alderweireld. 8 8
Carlos Bacca in action for Colombia 1 AC Milan are waiting for Arsenal to firm up their interest in Carlos Bacca with a formal offer.The striker scored 20 goals last season but he wants to leave the San Siro this summer in search of European football.West Ham have already had a £26m offer for the Colombian accepted but they are struggling to agree personal terms with the player.And, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, Milan are waiting for Arsenal to make an approach so Bacca can leave the club.The Gunners are in the market for a striker this summer and they have looked at the 29-year-old as a possible option.However, they are still yet to make a concrete approach and Milan are eager for them to do so quickly as they look to replace Bacca.
With the semi-final of The Voice of Ireland taking place this evening the song choices of the remaining six have been revealed along with the news that the Coronas will be performing on the night.For Team Kian, Shane McLaughlin from Downings will be singing Def Leppard’s Pour some sugar on it while Kelly Mongan from Cork will perform the Sarah McLachlan tune In the Arms of an Angel.Jamelia’s remaining hopeful 19-year-old Keith Hanley from Charleville will be singing Gnarles Barkley’s Crazy. Over on Team Bressie, 18-year-old Shannon Murphy will sing the Kodaline hit, High Hopes with Katy Anna Mohan is set to belt out the song from David Guetta ft. SIA, She Wolf (Falling to Pieces).Finally, Sharon’s act John Gaughan from Galway will sing Damien Rice’s Cannonball.Along with the acts performances, Sharon fans will get to hear her perform new single We could Be Lovers while Bressie will collaborate with his remaining acts Katy Anna and Shannon to deliver their version of the Housemartins’ Caravan of Love.All four coaches will perform a unique rendition of David Bowie’s Let’s Dance. Go Shane! SHANE TO SING ‘DEF LEPPARD’ HIT IN ‘THE VOICE’ SEMI-FINAL was last modified: April 21st, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:SHANE TO SING ‘DEF LEPPARD’ HIT IN ‘THE VOICE’ SEMI-FINAL ON SUNDAY
The Drake University men’s basketball team returns to the Knapp Center Saturday to host in-state rival, UNI at 1 p.m. on CBS Sports Network.Find the CBS Sports Network on your satellite/cable provider here.Saturday’s rematch with the Panthers is also the Bulldogs’ annual ‘Whiteout’ game with fans encouraged to populate the Knapp Center in their finest white Drake shirts. The first 1,000 students in attendance will receive a free white t-shirt courtesy of Drake West Village.At halftime of Saturday’s game, Drake will honor this year’s Double D Award recipients, Dave Doeren and Heidy Pemsl LaFleur. To learn more about this year’s Double D honorees, click here.The Bulldogs begin the two-game homestand with a 6-17 overall record and a 1-10 mark in MVC play. In the Bulldogs’ last home game, the squad earned an 80-70 win over Bradley. UNI has won three-straight MVC games to improve to 5-6 in the MVC and 13-11 overall.In the first meeting between the two programs this season, UNI earned a 77-44 victory in Cedar Falls.Drake sophomore Ore Arogundade has averaged 13.2 points and 6.2 rebounds per game in the last five games. At Indiana State, Arogundade had a career-high 15 points with eight rebounds. Against Loyola and Missouri State he had then career highs of 12 points and added a career-high nine rebounds against Bradley. Read more about Arogundade’s resurgent sophomore season here.Freshman center Dominik Olejniczak has also seen his offensive production surge as he is 19-of-23 from the field in the last six games and averaging 7.5 points per game during that span. At Indiana State, he hauled in 10 rebounds.Drake’s leading scorer, Reed Timmer, has two 20-point and two 19-point outings in the last six games. He has now scored 20 or more points seven times this season and scored 19 points in five other games. At Indiana State, he scored 15 points with a career-high 10 rebounds.Print Friendly Version