We already knew that the Witcher was getting a second season, this was before the first episode of season one had aired. Having binge-watched the show it’s no surprise that the show was a success.As you would expect the big names from season one are returning with Henry Cavill (Mission Impossible – Fallout, Man of Steel) who leads the cast of The Witcher saga, playing the role of Geralt of Rivia. Anya Chalotra (The ABC Murders, Wanderlust) returns as the sorceress Yennefer, Freya Allan (Third Day, Gunpowder Milkshake) as Ciri and Joey Batey (Knightfall, Strike) as Jaskier all returning.Credit: NetflixJoining the show for season two will be Yasen Atour (Young Wallander) as Coen, Agnes Bjorn (Monster) as Vereena, Paul Bullion (Peaky Blinders) as Lambert, Thue Ersted Rasmussen (Fast and Furious 9) as Eskel, Aisha Fabienne Ross (The Danish Girl) as Lydia, Kristofer Hivju (Game of Thrones) as Nivellen, and recent graduate Mecia Simson, as Francesca.Other actors making a return include MyAnna Buring (Kill List) as Tissaia, Tom Canton (Good Karma Hospital) as Filavandrel, Lilly Cooper (Peterloo) as Murta, Jeremy Crawford (Titans) as Yarpin Zigrin, Eamon Farren (Twin Peaks) as Cahir, Mahesh Jadu (Marco Polo) as Vilgefortz, Terence Maynard (Cursed) as Artorius, Lars Mikkelson (House of Cards) as Stregobor, Mimi Ndiweni (Black Earth Rising) as Fringilla Vigo, Royce Pierreson (Judy) as Istredd, Wilson Radjou-Pujalte (Hunter Street) as Dara, Anna Shaffer (Harry Potter) as Triss Merigold, Therica Wilson Read (Young Wallander) as Sabrina.Credit: NetflixThe Witcher showrunner and Executive Producer, Lauren Schmidt Hissrich commented:“The reaction to season one of The Witcher set a high bar for adding new talent for the second season. Sophie Holland and her casting team have once again found the very best people to embody these characters, and in the hands of these accomplished directors, we’re excited to see these new stories come to life.”The Witcher season two is currently in production and is due to be released sometime in 2021.
It’s almost that time of the year – Basketball season! With the NBA season about to start, trades finalized, and with players reporting to training camp and the season opener set, the National Weekly looks at a few of the NBA players with Caribbean heritage.Roy HibbertBorn in Queens, NYC, to a Jamaican father and a Trinidadian mother, Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert has chosen to represent Jamaica in international basketball competition. Carmelo AnthonyThough his Puerto Rican father, Carmelo Anthony Sr., died when he was only two, Carmelo Jr. has reconnected with his roots in recent years, contributing to community rebuilding projects in the island.Tim Duncan5 time NBA champion Tim Duncan was born and raised in Christiansted, a town in Saint Croix, one of the main islands composing the US Virgin Islands. Duncan has been honored with the Virgin Islands Medal of Honor, the highest award bestowed by the Virgin Islands territorial government, and has been celebrated in several “Tim Duncan Day” ceremonies.Al HarfordAl Horford, who’s full name is actually Alfred Joel Horford Reynoso was born in Puerto Plato, DR. The younger brother of former NBA player Tito Horford , Al was part of the Florida Gators team along with Joakim Noah that won repeat NCAA championships in 2007 and 2008, and appeared in each of the last two NBA All-Star games.Charlie VillanuevaDallas Maverick forward Charlie Villanuva lobbied the International Basketball Federation in 2009 to be allowed to represent the Dominican Republic in international play, after previously repping the USA. Villanueva, who suffers from the skin disease alopecia areata, received the Community Assist Award from the NBA for his work as spokesman for the NAAF National Alopecia Areata Foundation.
Share Sharing is caring! LocalNews ECCO brings relief to 5 of its members by: Dominica Vibes News – December 23, 2015 Share Tweet 201 Views no discussions Share Chairman of ECCO, McCarthy Marie presenting the cheque to Augustine Adrien BannisThe Eastern Caribbean Collective Organization for Music Rights Inc. (ECCO) has donated to five (5) of its members who were adversely affected by Tropical Storm Erika.A donation of one thousand dollars was made to each of the members on Wednesday 23 December 2015 at the Calypso House in Bath Estate, Roseau.The recipients are Augustine Adrien Bannis, Pierre Labassiere, Aaron James, Marcel Mark, andCarla Merida Stoute known as Joy Stoute. Mark was absent due to illness while Stoute was not granted time off from work. Chairman of ECCO, McCarthy Marie said the board of directors, assessed the situation here following the passage of the storm in August during its November board of directors meeting and thought of contributing to its members.“We took the decision that some of our members who were affected, that we should try to make a contribution to them so that they could at least get some of what they lost back,” Marie explained.“We are not giving everybody the exact amount of loss that they made because we don’t have that amount of money to do. We put aside five thousand dollars for that donation,” he added.Marie said he canvassed the different members to find out who were adversely affected and what the extent of their loss was, and decided to give certain amount to different people depending on their situation.“Meaning to say those persons who had a well-paying job, who had other resources that they could easily tap [into], even if they might have the biggest loss, we didn’t give them the most money, it was more or less in association with your capacity to have other monies and the amount of loss you made,” Marie informed.– / 4
LocalNews Inaugural survey and mapping of Dominica’s soil completed by: – January 18, 2018 Tweet Sharing is caring! Share Share Share 177 Views no discussions Press ReleaseThe Project Coordination Unit (PCU) of the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR)/Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project (DVRP) under the Ministry of Health and Environment, held the inaugural mission for the commencement of the national soils survey and mapping sub-project. The Soils Survey Technical Working Group guided by the Consultant Dr. Stephen Dadio and comprised of representatives from the PCU, Division of Agriculture, DOWASCO, Physical Planning Division, Office of Disaster Management, Lands and Surveys Division, and the Ministry of Public Works and Ports, ably supported the successful outcome of the mission.The mission was held from 8th – 12th January 2018 and entailed data review of existing soils data for the Commonwealth of Dominica. The main objectives of the mission was to undertake a comprehensive needs assessment to include recommendations to improve institutional capacity as well as an in-depth data review of existing literature and data on soils characteristics. As part of the activities, the team visited various sites island wide observing soil types and collecting representative soil samples for rapid testing.The eventual outcome under this sub-project will be the identification of soil types, characteristics and properties to inform decisions in relation to agriculture (suitability of soil types to various crops); construction (civil and structural engineering purposes); land use planning and water and natural resources management. These key inputs are necessary for assessing watershed behaviour, soil erosion, land use suitability and risk analysis, particularly with respect to land slip potential which ultimately provide data to guide long and short-term development and investment decisions.Additionally, due to Dominica’s unique climate conditions and given the challenges faced with regards to its very steep and finely dissected topography which accounts for a significant percentage of the country’s productive base, the development of detailed scaled soil maps is even more critical to guide agricultural, forestry and infrastructural developments. This activity is expected to be completed in January 2020.The PCU would like to thank the Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica, the World Bank, the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) and representatives from the various line ministries as we work together to reduce vulnerability by building resilience!
RelatedCommittee brings new ideas to Oral History ProgramBy ABBEY KUNKLE Special to the PRESS After nearly three months since their last meeting, the South Padre Island Historical Preservation Committee got back together for October’s regular meeting. The Historic Preservation Committee is designed to preserve, protect, and enhance the distinctive elements of South Padre Island’s historic, architectural, archaeological,…October 12, 2015In “News”Museum series to teach researchingPRESS Staff Report The Museums of Port Isabel and the Laguna Madre Museum Foundation are offering the “Telling Our Stories” series of 2011 on Thursday, Sept. 29, with the topic of “Researching and Writing about Local History”. Steve Hathcock, a historian and locksmith, will present “Researching & Writing about Local…September 29, 2011In “Event”Historical Preservation Committee seeks Oral History interview candidatesBy ABBEY KUNKLE Special to the PRESS The Historical Preservation Committee met Tuesday afternoon for a short meeting to discuss ongoing projects including an Oral History interview project, cleaning of historical markers on the Island, and City Hall’s “Wall of Honor.” First on the agenda was an update for the…June 5, 2015In “News” Share Paragraphs Book Store on South Padre Island held an oral history workshop on Thursday. (Courtesy photo)By THERESA VASQUEZSpecial to the PRESS“Here and There: Recollections of Texas in World War II (An Oral History Workshop)” was held Thursday evening at Paragraphs Book Store on South Padre Island.As history buffs waited in anticipation for tips on how to record a thorough oral history, William McWhorter of the Texas Historical Commission said, “This is a grant-funded workshop which allows us to go out, and provide free training to preservation groups around the state, so that they can learn how, not only to record oral history of this times, but also how to transcribe, and preserve them; so they can make their local history a beautiful part of oral history.”Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Jan. 23 edition of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.
Jade Boho-Sayo and Caroline Weir made competitive debuts for the Vixens whilst Chelsea’s record signing, England World Cup hero Fran Kirby, was not involved in the game following her move from Reading.Boho-Sayo was lively throughout, hitting an effort narrowly over the bar early on, before Gilly Flaherty’s close-range finish gave Chelsea the lead in the sixth minute.Gemma Davison put the hosts in control with a brilliant solo effort soon after, floating past two defenders before calmly finishing past Mary Earps in the Vixens goal.The impressive Boho-Sayo gave Bristol some hope, grabbing a debut goal just after the break, before any hopes of a comeback were extinguished by a Ji So-Yun penalty after the South Korean was fouled by Frankie Brown.Millie Farrow added a late fourth to seal a comfortable win for the league leaders, leaving the Vixens still searching for that elusive first league win of the season.See the Vixens new stars as well as several of England’s World Cup squad as Bristol Academy face Manchester City Women at the Stoke Gifford Stadium on Saturday, July 18th at 3pm – tickets start at just £5 for adults and £3 concessions, click here to book your tickets.
FORMER South Africa Test captain Neil McKenzie was scheduled to link up with Bangladesh yesterday, after he was appointed batting consultant to the touring side for the ongoing white-ball series against West Indies.In a statement, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) said McKenzie would work with the team until next year’s Cricket World Cup in England and Wales.There will be little time for McKenzie to settle in as Bangladesh clash with the Windies in the second One-Day International of the three-match series here today at the national stadium at Providence.Bangladesh won Sunday’s opener at the same venue by 48 runs, to register their first success of the tour. They were crushed in the preceding two-Test series, undermined by their brittle batting.In fact, they failed to post 200 in any of their four innings in Antigua and Jamaica, and were embarrassed for a record-low 43, in the first innings of the opening Test at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground when they crashed to an innings and 219-run defeat inside three days.McKenzie fills the void left empty by former Sri Lankan batsman Thilan Samaraweera, who was axed following last year’s ICC Champions Trophy in England.High performance coach Simon Helmot has served as batting coach on recent tours.Bangladesh play their final ODI against the Windies on Saturday at Warner Park in St Kitts before turning their attention to a three-match T20 International series beginning next Tuesday at the same venue, and ending with a double-header at the Central Broward Regional Park in Fort Lauderdale on August 4 and 5. (CMC)
Followers 2 1,172 Share on other sites Sports Logos Sports Logo News 18 44 616 1,065 posts That’s your own opinion…. Recommended Posts Submit Reply Reply to this topic Posted January 6 Share this post 238 Posted January 12 Members 352 posts Location:GTA Insert image from URL 526 Hoping for a glorious Rough Rider Throwback. Formally mr.negative15 229 Edubdesign 1,065 posts jonny24 GDAWG Location:Kashyyyk Forums Home Posted January 5 The Lions made big strides in the uniforms last season with their awesome black helmets with the white-orange-white stripe and return to the BC Lion head logo on both sides and adding bordering to the jersey numbers. Members Quote Share on other sites jonny24 1,172 229 I became a huge fan watching the Riders in the late 1980s and loved that uniform. If they were to bring back this helmet, they should go right back to a modern version of the 1985-89 uniforms. Complete with shiny silver pants and that striping on the sleeves. I would be for it because it would be better than the current uniforms. Quote 1 Members Link to post clonewars2008 Location:Nanaimo, BC 959 I figured I start a new thread for the CFL here in 2020. I apologize if there’s already a new 2020 CFL thread. Feel free to delete this if someone has already made a 2020 CFL thread. In terms of uniform changes for 2020, I have a feeling that we will have a different situation from what we saw in the short-lived Adidas era. I think we will likely see at least one new uniform this season. I have heard the Alouettes are doing a fan-design contest for a new third jersey and uniform for 2021. For 2020, so far, I have not heard anything – although I love the drop-shadowless Eskimos logo. I do think we will see some new alternate designs in the New Era era of the CFL. Formally mr.negative15 Quote 1,597 posts Yeah, they keep using that logo. They had a twitter vote (If I recall correctly) mid-season and the fans that voted, voted for it in large numbers so they kind of stuck with it. 5 Next Quote Jer15 238 0 526 Link to post Posted January 6 Sign in to follow this Yeah, count me in as not being a fan of the boat logo. I LOVE the A shield. That said, I’d love to see a new boat logo 238 Members Posted January 6 Tygers09 I think we see Calgary go back to more of the Red/Grey look from the past. Share this post Members VancouverFan69 Share this post 1,627 Also, the tooth fairy is real, but is a scam, since they give only pennies on the dollar for your teeth. 1,172 Jer15 1,627 3,673 posts Share on other sites I’ve said my piece a few times on the boards in other threads that I like it and I think it’ll be cool to see it become the full time logo. I realize it isn’t everyone’s favorite though. 1,172 959 Formally mr.negative15 Also seems kinda like they might return to the boat logo full-time. Share on other sites Location:Vancouver, BC Tygers09 1,083 541 Share this post Members 959 959 Share on other sites 1 Tygers09 It has been pretty quite. You may remember that there were some changes to pant striping for teams with the New Era uniforms last year (which the kept quite), but most teams remained with the same jersey template as the prior adidas models. The adidas template did not work well in some cases with the stitching of the New Era models (thinking the adidas-template striping and side panels model seen on teams like the Stampeders, Roughriders and Redblacks). Quote 238 Link to post 1 Members 526 229 Link to post 959 2 Posted January 11 GDAWG 1 hour ago, Tygers09 said: M4One 527 posts Link to post 1 Yeah man – love that helmet. With a white mask. × You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL. I’ve said my piece a few times on the boards in other threads that I like it and I think it’ll be cool to see it become the full time logo. I realize it isn’t everyone’s favorite though. Share this post Page 1 of 4 1,083 M4One Link to post 5 The Argos need to do something… almost anything… with those boring practice uniforms. Also seems kinda like they might return to the boat logo full-time. Drop The Orca Vancouver! Wade Heidt Calgary is never going back to the red/grey look. As much as some people want that look, it’s just not going to happen. 867 Share on other sites Give me different. SportsLogos.Net 2 Share on other sites Jer15 1,627 1,172 541 1,732 1 2 M4One Location:GTA I became a huge fan watching the Riders in the late 1980s and loved that uniform. If they were to bring back this helmet, they should go right back to a modern version of the 1985-89 uniforms. Complete with shiny silver pants and that striping on the sleeves. I would be for it because it would be better than the current uniforms. We’ll maybe see some throwbacks and I’d bet that’s it. Link to post Shouldn’t that be the new New Era era of the CFL? Posted January 11 More than anything, in terms of CFL changes I’d like to see (and yes, I know i’m a broken record on this) is the return of the below helmet for the ‘Riders. Wade Heidt Share on other sites Wade Heidt M4One Got you roasted like evah clonewars2008 350 Sports Logos Jer15 Share this post 238 238 526 Posted January 12 Followers 2 616 Quote Santa and the Easter Bunny aren’t real, either. Members Link to post Link to post Quote Share this post Members Quote Share this post New CFL Uniforms 2020 CFL/NPB/MLB/NHL/NFL Fan 2 867 johnnysama 4 Members That’s your own opinion…. I think we see Calgary go back to more of the Red/Grey look from the past. 959 Wade Heidt well aren’t you just a ray of sunshine? I’d put in a swear word but this is a public message board… Quote Quote Link to post Share on other sites 1,083 1,172 Share on other sites 18 Quote M4One _J_ Share this post _J_ 526 Favourite Logos:Denver Broncos, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Houston Texans, Toronto Argonauts (football with sails), BC Lions, San jose Sharks, Minnesota Wild, 2 Also thinking about the BC Lions. The switch to the one helmet rule meant that the Lions had to made changes to incorporate black into their road uniform, but still had the same white jersey template from their previous uniforms. It did not mesh well. docrocket Share on other sites Link to post Link to post Posted January 6 1 So thinking we may see now some redesigned primary jerseys now that New Era has been in the game for a year, as well as introduction of alternates. We would not likely see these until May. Posted January 12 Members 6,981 posts Quote Jezus_Ghoti × 350 2 810 posts Reply to this topic… 2,227 posts Location:Port Huron, MI canadian football league Now, it’s time to replace the shoulder yokes with sleeve stripes and replace the orange pants with white ones for the home unis. Both the orange and black pants look great on the road ones. 0 1,597 posts Difficult conundrum for me as a Riders fan. Love that they just wear green and white again but there are problems with the current uniform. Love when they break out the vintage thirds but would not be on board with them going back to that as a full time look. Share this post Posted January 5 Posted January 10 Go To Topic Listing Link to post More than anything, in terms of CFL changes I’d like to see (and yes, I know i’m a broken record on this) is the return of the below helmet for the ‘Riders. 1,172 Members Share this post Share on other sites 867 Link to post 3 1,089 posts Favourite Logos:1992-2007 Ottawa Senators primary2002-2005 Ottawa Renegades primary2014-pres Ottawa REDBLACKS primary 1920 Team Canada2011-pres Winnipeg Jets primary Don’t ruin our dreams! lol All Activity SportsLogos.Net Jezus_Ghoti 959 cfl Link to post Don’t ruin our dreams! lol Share this post 3 Page 1 of 4 Quote Quote Share this post 3 Link to post 959 On 1/9/2020 at 3:45 PM, M4One said: 4 Sports Logo News × Pasted as rich text. Paste as plain text instead 1 Favourite Logos:Vancouver Canucks current/1980s/90s era, LA Kings purple/gold and Gretzky era, Mariners 80s and current, BC Lions 1980s, and Saskatchewan Roughriders 1970s/80s 350 On 1/6/2020 at 9:56 AM, mr.negative15 said: 1,052 posts Yeah man – love that helmet. With a white mask. Difficult conundrum for me as a Riders fan. Love that they just wear green and white again but there are problems with the current uniform. Love when they break out the vintage thirds but would not be on board with them going back to that as a full time look. It’s the new New Era era. By Chewbacca, January 5 in Sports Logo News Link to post VancouverFan69 Quote Location:Port Huron, MI On 1/7/2020 at 5:20 PM, Wade Heidt said: Share on other sites Location:Vancouver Yes, that’s my opinion based on the fact that Calgary has done nothing to indicate they are planning to go back to red/grey. They haven’t reduced their usage of black. They haven’t introduced a red/grey alternate. The only reason they got rid of their black helmet is because they are only allowed one last season. Hope they don’t change Hamilton too much, pants stripes are all that’s really needed. I know it’s a classic but I don’t really like the white sleeves on black jersey look. I’d be interested in a third uniform, I have the grey alternate from a few years ago and really liked that look, especially matched up against the Argos third uni an Labour Day. Favourite Logos:Canucks: Johnny Canuck, Stick ‘n RinkNHL: Flaming C, North Star N, CH, Chief Black Hawk, Purple and Gold Crown, 35-point Leaf, Red Winged WheelMLS: Whitecaps current and ’79 vintage Posted January 9 Chewbacca 3 541 1,732 Posted January 12 41 posts Calgary is never going back to the red/grey look. As much as some people want that look, it’s just not going to happen. 5 hours ago, jonny24 said: Share on other sites Share this post 1 hour ago, Jezus_Ghoti said: 352 posts Forums Home If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Link to post Share this post Share on other sites docrocket 616 Members Favourite Logos:Denver Broncos, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Houston Texans, Toronto Argonauts (football with sails), BC Lions, San jose Sharks, Minnesota Wild, 2 44 All Activity Quote Members Members Quote Prev Yeah, they keep using that logo. They had a twitter vote (If I recall correctly) mid-season and the fans that voted, voted for it in large numbers so they kind of stuck with it. 1,172 Quote 5 Share on other sites 1 hour ago, M4One said: New CFL Uniforms 2020 526 More than anything, in terms of CFL changes I’d like to see (and yes, I know i’m a broken record on this) is the return of the below helmet for the ‘Riders. Posted January 12 Chewbacca Yeah, they keep using that logo. They had a twitter vote (If I recall correctly) mid-season and the fans that voted, voted for it in large numbers so they kind of stuck with it. 3,534 posts johnnysama 1,172 6,981 posts 6,981 posts Share this post 18 Members A switch back to this helmet would mean a switch back to silver and black trim colour being prominent in the uniform. 340 posts You can post now and register later. Posted January 6 I’ve said my piece a few times on the boards in other threads that I like it and I think it’ll be cool to see it become the full time logo. I realize it isn’t everyone’s favorite though. Members 1,597 posts 2 hours ago, mr.negative15 said: 21 hours ago, M4One said: I am hoping the Roughriders tweak their look after the New York Jets stole their color scheme last year. Share this post If you want to say that the Calgary Flames, who also own the Stampeders, were going back to their retro uniforms full time, I would have an easier time believing you because they have been wearing them as an alternate for some time. Or, that Saskatchewan might make the switch to their retro uniforms. Somebody saying that ‘I think the Stampeders are going back to red/grey’ isn’t going to cut it. Quote Members Link to post 3,239 posts Link to post Tygers09 Jer15 Share on other sites Jer15 Join the conversation 959 Location:Washington State Only 75 emoji are allowed. Favourite Logos:Chicago Blackhawks, Minnesota North Stars, Hartford Whalers On 1/6/2020 at 6:56 AM, mr.negative15 said: 44 I that Rider uniform set. Also, the tooth fairy is real, but is a scam, since they give only pennies on the dollar for your teeth. 0 1,732 Share this post Posted January 12 Members Share this post Desktop Tablet Phone Location:GTA Posted January 8 Edubdesign Next Share on other sites Quote Share on other sites I just ask my favourite team to listen. As a Roughriders fan, I do not want to see the mono-green at home as the primary look. Never have. Give us the green jersey over white pants as a primary look at home. Posted January 6 M4One Santa and the Easter Bunny aren’t real, either. Posted January 8 × Your link has been automatically embedded. Display as a link instead × Your previous content has been restored. Clear editor Share this post A switch back to this helmet would mean a switch back to silver and black trim colour being prominent in the uniform. Prev Location:Vancouver Sign in to follow this Members 22 hours ago, M4One said: Location:Longueuil Quebec Hope they don’t change Hamilton too much, pants stripes are all that’s really needed. I know it’s a classic but I don’t really like the white sleeves on black jersey look. I’d be interested in a third uniform, I have the grey alternate from a few years ago and really liked that look, especially matched up against the Argos third uni an Labour Day. 4 Calgary is never going back to the red/grey look. As much as some people want that look, it’s just not going to happen. 3 Share on other sites New CFL Uniforms 2020
Two days ago, we relayed news from Spain that Mauricio Pochettino ‘will not hesitate’ to leave Tottenham Hotspur for Real Madrid or Paris Saint-Germain.On March 7th, Mundo Deportivo reported the former Southampton manager is a ‘big favourite’ to replace Santiago Solari at the Spanish capital club.Another Catalan newspaper, Sport, takes a look at four candidates who are favourites to become the next manager of the 13-time European champions and this includes the Spurs boss, Zinedine Zidane, Jose Mourinho and Germany coach Joachim Löw.Zidane stepped down as Real Madrid last summer and Pochettino was approached then to be the Frenchman’s successor. However, he continued with his current employer because of his loyalty towards the English club. Sport claims things could be different this time around and if Real Madrid are willing to pay the fee to the Premier League club to secure Pochettino’s services, and if the latter asks to leave the club, then Spurs chairman Daniel Levy could ‘give in’.There isn’t anything concrete on who will be the next manager of Real Madrid and as of now it’s just talks about the potential candidates.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Game is a Must-HaveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoDating.comTop Successful Single Men in Tung ChungDating.comUndoPerfect-Dating.comReveal Tung Chung As The Best City to Date for Love & RomancePerfect-Dating.comUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoCNBC InternationalHere’s How Big Businesses in Singapore Are Managing the Impact of COVID-19.CNBC InternationalUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50UndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndo With Ajax eliminating Real Madrid from last 16 of the Champions League just days after they were knocked out of the Copa del Rey, it is no surprise they will be looking for a new manager.
MANCHESTER, England, (Reuters) – Premier League clubs yesterday discussed possible models for finishing the current season but did not consider a specific date for play to resume while U.K. government lockdown restrictions remain in place. Representatives of the 20 teams took part in a conference call to look at various possible options for restarting the season and remain committed to completing the fixtures rather than voiding the season.But after the government announced on Thursday that the lockdown would remain in place for at least another three weeks, all options remain hypothetical.A Premier League spokesperson said: “Today’s Shareholders’ Meeting provided an opportunity to discuss possible scheduling models. It remains our objective to complete the 2019-20 season but at this stage all dates are tentative while the impact of COVID-19 develops. “In common with other businesses and industries, the Premier League and our clubs are working through complex planning scenarios.“We are actively engaging with stakeholders, including broadcast partners, and our aim is to ensure we are in a position to resume playing when it is safe to do so and with the full support of the Government.“The health and wellbeing of players, coaches, managers, club staff and supporters are our priority and the League will only restart when medical guidance allows.” There was no discussion during the meeting of the possible complications that could be caused by the season running beyond June 30 — when some player and manager contracts run out.World soccer’s governing body FIFA has stated that contracts should be adjusted to reflect the actual end of the season. However, that issue could be open to challenge under English law.The Football League (EFL), which represents the three divisions below the Premier League, has said that teams should not return to training before May 16 “at the earliest”. Should teams be allowed to train it is expected they would need two-to-three weeks to get prepared for the return to action, making the earliest possible return in June.But with the ban on mass public gatherings likely to be one of the last restrictions to be removed, rescheduled games could well be held behind closed doors.