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first_imgThere will be replicas available for fans with the details set to be rolled out to the public in the next few days.According to Football Kenya Federation boss Nick Mwendwa, the consignment of the replicas has already been provided for by Macron and should be touching down in Nairobi on Monday.Stars entered a non-exclusive three-year deal with Macron to dress the senior national teamHere are some of the images of the kit as modeled by skipper Victor Wanyama, keepers Patrick Matasi and Faruk Shikhalo as well as striker Michael Olunga.Ayb Timbe models the green neutral jersey. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluAyb Timbe models the green neutral jersey. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluAyb Timbe models the green neutral jersey. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluSkipper Victor Wanyama models the red home jersey. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluSkipper Victor Wanyama models the red home jersey. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluSkipper Victor Wanyama models the red home jersey. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluGoalkeeper Patrick Matasi models the keeper’s jersey. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluGoalkeeper Patrick Matasi models the keeper’s jersey. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluGoalkeeper Faruk Shikalo models the second keeper’s jersey. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluMichael Olunga models the white away jersey PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluMichael Olunga models the white away jersey PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluVictor Wanyama, Patrick Matasi, Ayub Timbe, Faruk Shikhalo and Michael Olunga model the new Macron Harambee Stars jerseys. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu 0Shares0000Harambee Stars players (left to right) Patrick Matasi, Michael Olunga, Ayub Timbe and Faruk Shikalo model the new Harambee Stars kit at their training base in Marcoussis, Paris on June 14, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluPARIS, France, Jun 14 – The Macron kits that national football team Harambee Stars will use at next week’s Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) has arrived at their training base in Marcoussis, France ahead of the team’s travel to Cairo next week.Stars will use Macron kits for the tournament, doing away with their previous Uhlsport brand. The team used the kit for the first time during last Friday’s friendly match against Madagascar, but they have also been using Macron branded training gear. 0Shares0000(Visited 19 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

first_imgExpress FC have retained only seven players from last season. (PHOTO/COURTESY)StarTimes Uganda Premier LeagueBul FC vs Express FCFUFA Technical Center, NjeruFriday, 30-08-2019 @4:30pmNJERU – Express FC have undergone a major shake-up ahead of the 2019/20 StarTimes Uganda Premier League.With only 7 players from last season’s squad currently still with the club, the new-look Red Eagles will start their campaign away to Bul FC on Friday evening at the FUFA Technical Center in Njeru.It is a fixture Express would not have wanted to start with but will be optimistic of getting something from it.Mathias Muwanga, Tony Kyamera, Hamis Batega, Lawrence Kigonya, Sadiq Sekyembe, Ivan Ocholit and Disan Galiwango are the seven that survived the shake-up at Wankulukuku and will be expected to guide Express to victory on Friday.Still under the guidance of George Ssemwogerere, the Red Eagles made several acquisitions in the offseason, most notably securing the services of Daniel Shabena, Idrisa Kaye and Shafick Avemah.Shabena was signed from Bul and will be the center of attraction as he makes an immediate return to his former employers.”I was a BUL FC player but now I have a new family and that’s Express FC, noted the midfielder ahead of Friday’s game.“Everything I do now is for Express FC, inside me I have a feeling things will be positive. I’m so proud to be here.”As Shabena looks up to a potential debut, the Red Eagles will be without new-signing Kaye as he is still nursing an injury. Kaye is joined on the sidelines by goalkeeper Mathaius Muwanga who is also injured. Express are also understood to be sweating over the licenses of several players who may also be ineligible to feature.For Bul, who are still under the stewardship of Peter Onen, they have also made several changes to their squad.Yunus Sibira, Patrick Sembuya, Hakim Magombe, Willis Otongo, Douglas Owori, Hannington Ssebwalunyo, Dan Shabena, Jamal Buchochera, Paul Mujampani all left the club in the last two months.However, Onen’s side have successfully replaced the departing players, bringing in the likes of Musa Esenu, Sanon Mulabi, Gwoto Fredson, Geoffrey Akol, Charles Sempa and Sadam Masereka.The Jinja based side will be confident of a result as they have always-somehow defeated Express at home.Onen’s side have beaten Express on all their last three home games, scoring an impressive five goals whilst conceding none.Match StatsThis fixture has produced just a single draw in the last 9 matches.The draw came in a 0-0 stalemate on October 23rd 2018 at Wankulukuku.Express’s last victory away to Bul dates back to June 2012 when the Red Eagles won 2-1.In the subsequent 7 matches, Bul has won four and drawn the other three.Last season, Bul defeated Express 1-0 in the reverse fixture before losing the second leg by the same scoreline.The other games on Friday -URA FC vs Maroons FC @4pm-Bright Stars vs Vipers SC @4:30pm-Onduparaka FC vs Police FC @4:30pmComments Tags: Bul FCDaniel ShabenaExpress FCGeorge SsemwogerereIdrisa KayePeter OnenStarTimes Uganda Premeir Leaguelast_img read more

first_imgKyler Murray’s decision to enter the NFL Draft was considered an inevitability just a few days ago, but the A’s are looking to make one final stand.With the deadline for college underclassmen to declare for the draft set for Monday, a group of A’s front office members led by vice president of baseball operations Billy Beane flew to Dallas Sunday for a meeting with the 2018 Heisman Trophy winner. According to ESPN’s Jeff Passan, the A’s are looking to sway Murray towards baseball by offering …last_img read more

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Presented by: Agro-Culture Liquid FertilizersSee results from the I-71 Route of the 2015 Ohio Crop Tour for Day #1See results from the I-75 Route of the 2015 Ohio Crop Tour for Day #1See results from the I-75 Route of the 2015 Ohio Crop Tour for Day #2Delaware CountyCorn Summary: Our first corn field of Day #2 of The Ohio Crop Tour had good sized ears, but those ears had some good sized tip back. The waviness of this field show how water damage affected it. Disease and pest pressures were very light here and in this Good rated field our yield estimate is 204 bushels to the acre.Soybean Summary: There were some variable places in this field, but for the most part this field looked good with decent height and good pod numbers. Maturity is farther along here than anywhere we were yesterday. This was the first frog eye we have come across but this late in the season it will not make much of a difference. We rate this field in the Good category. Throughout the county we are seeing more variability as we make the drive to Franklin County.Delaware Co cornDelaware Co cornDelaware Co soybeansDelaware Co soybeansFranklin CountyCorn Summary: One of our scouts was in a really decent spot and the other got into a spot that wasn’t so hot. Water issues in the middle of the field will cause this yield to be lower than average, which should be representative of what this part of Ohio will see this year. Stalk Rot was taking hold here and is something that will need to be watched. Our guess is 146 bushels for this plot.Soybean Summary: Short beans here that are still struggling to reach canopy. The beans that were there looked good, but the pod count was low. We rate this field as Poor.Franklin Co cornStalk rot in Franklin CoFranklin Co soybeans Union CountyCorn Summary: This corn was very tall and healthy and ear fill was solid. This was a more mature field that what we have walked thus far. Disease pressure was low. Hail has damaged this corn and deer are feeding a little, but the overall health of this corn is above par. We are putting this field in the Good to Excellent range. Our yield estimate is 203.Soybean Summary: The canopy on this stand of beans is one of the best we’ve seen. Canopy height was 38 to 40 inches and it is uniform all the way through. The plants were well podded and there is potential for more. Grass hoppers and Japanese Beetles are feeding here and there is Frog Eye setting in here as well. We rate this field in the Excellent category.Union Co cornUnion Co cornUnion County soybeansUnion Co soybeans Madison CountyCorn Summary: We expected a higher yield here than what we got. This is a great stand with a planting date of May 8th and we are finding that to be a tough date from what we are hearing. The plant health and minimal disease and pest pressures have us thinking that we are going to be on the low end of the final results of this field. We rate this field Good to Excellent with a yield average of 186.Soybean Summary: Pretty decent field here. Quite a few pods per plant with some over 40 pods per plant. SDS was noted in this field. Canopy height was 32 inches and insects were few and far between. This field is rated Good.Madison Co cornMadison Co cornMadison Co soybeansMadison Co soybeansPickaway CountyCorn Summary: Another nice field of corn here. Ear placement was great on this healthy field. There were some disease pressures and minimal insects. These ears were the longest we have seen thus far. This field is rated Excellent and will yield 235 bushels, according to our estimates. This field was planted on May 5th. Soybean Summary: If moisture holds out, these beans will be phenomenal. The root system was remarkable and the pod fill was really good with quite a few 4-bean pods. We did spot some SDS and insect feeding, but if rains hit just right, this will be an Excellent field. This field was planted on May 11th. Pickaway Co cornPickaway Co soybeansPickaway Co soybeansPickaway Co soybeans Fairfield CountyCorn Summary: There was some variability in this corn field. Very much like yesterday, there are some great areas and some that aren’t so much. Our rating would be higher is it weren’t for disease pressures on the leaves and the stalk. Wet holes that you can’t see from the road will heavily affect this field. It will be interesting to see how this field is standing come harvest time. A Good rating for this field and a yield guess of 175 bushels.Soybean Summary: These 41 inch canopy soybeans are some of the highest we have been in to. It was boring to scout do to little pressures, but this will not be a boring field to harvest, for sure. We rate this field as Excellent .*Note: As we work our way to Ross County, variability is not a problem. These fields, one after another, look great.Fairfield Co cornFairfield Co cornFairfield Co cornFairfield Co soybeans Ross CountyCorn Summary: One of the best views we’ve had this week. Insanely high ear placement and the most dented corn we’ve come across. Stalk rot is taking place here and with the weight of the ear so high up, an early harvest of this field will be key. We found some random smut and a little disease pressure. This field gets a good rating and a yield average of 203 bushels.Soybean Summary: The soybeans are getting taller as we go and father along, as you’d expect as you go south. For how little branching was taking place, the pod fill was still there. Some frog eye was noticed, along with some SDS. Canopy height was 48 inches and some Japanese Beetles were feeding. We rate this field an easy Excellent.Ross Co cornRoss Co cornRoss Co soybeansRoss Co beans Highland CountyCorn Summary: Another healthy and uniform stand here. Corn was planted on May 4th in this newly tiled field. Looks great from the road, but you can see a lack of N inside the rows with some skips showing up as well. For the lower population we expected the ears to be bigger than they ended up being. Disease and insect pressures were low and we rate this field as Excellent and our yield estimate is 210.Soybean Summary: This field would rank high compared to the others we’ve seen over the past 2 days. These beans were drilled at 7.5 inches on May 6th and the pop was around 180+. Some SDS was noted. The pods have developed nicely and were thick. We rate this field as Excellent.Highland Co cornHighland Co cornHighland Co soybeansHighland Co soybeansFayette CountyCorn Summary: This was obviously a wet field at some point but there were some good spots as you got into the field a little bit. Tip back on the ears was good so populations were pretty spot on here. Although they received a lot of rain early, they are in need of some again soon as the ground is cracking. We rate this field as Good and our bushel guess is 178.Soybean Summary: Water laid in some spots that will make this field variable. The plants were clean of disease and some beetles were feeding. The stalks were heavily podded and if the rains come at the right times, this field will be A-OK. We rate it Good.Fayette Co cornFayette Co cornFayette Co soybeans Clinton CountyCorn Summary: The field here was a high population and the plant health and look of the stalk was impressive. The yield didn’t quite match up with the look of the field. Some grey leaf spot was seen. The is a Good field in our rating system and our yield guess is 179.Soybean Summary: This field was surprising as the weed issues were noticeable going in. The plants were tall and very well podded. It looked like they sprayed some Cobra on this field which made the leaf like a little brown but not from SDS. Canopy height was 42 to 44 inches and its a Good rating for this field.Clinton Co cornClinton Co cornClinton Co soybeansClinton Co soybeanslast_img read more

first_imgTrending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:11’Not just basketball’: Circumcisions, pageants at Philippine courts01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Kris Aquino ‘pretty chill about becoming irrelevant’ Lastly, Irving, the dazzling Boston Celtics guard, can be found over at the YCL Covered Court in Quezon City. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Love game: Serena Williams reportedly marries in New Orleans Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 LATEST STORIES The Hyper Court app, which is powered by Google, features exclusive basketball content without the use of data. Through the app, Filipino hoopers instantly get their hands on videos of training routines.Nike on Friday also officially unveiled the five new-look basketball courts where players can get free content via Hyper Court.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutREAD: LOOK: LeBron shouts out PH fans for sprawling mural in TaguigEach court features image of basketball superstars LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and Kyrie Irving in stunning color. QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Arturo Torres, a Dallas-based illustrator, created the artworks that can be found across four cities in Metro Manila.The Titan Love Court in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig now shows a mural of James doing his signature dunk.DCIM100MEDIADJI_0105.JPGAt the nearby Ususan  Court also in Taguig is where Torres’ masterpiece of Bryant is laid out.In Makati at Comembo Covered Court lies an artwork of Durant while the design featuring his former teammate and reigning NBA MVP Westbrook brings the Scarlet Homes Covered Court in Parañaque to life. ADVERTISEMENT Read Next Ballers in Metro Manila can now easily access training drills to to raise their game to new heights with the Hyper court, a virtual basketball training tool.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more

first_imgTORONTO — A former Toronto pastor found guilty of manslaughter in the death of his pregnant wife will face a sentencing hearing today.In February, a jury found Philip Grandine guilty in the death of his wife, who drowned in her bathtub in October 2011.Anna Karissa Grandine was 29 years old and 20 weeks pregnant when she died.Prosecutors alleged that Grandine drugged his wife with an anti-anxiety medication so she wouldn’t be as vigilant while he continued an affair with her friend.The Crown said he then failed to stop his wife from getting in a bath while sedated.Grandine had previously been tried for first-degree murder in his wife’s death and was found guilty of manslaughter, but the conviction was overturned on appeal.Ontario’s highest court found the trial judge made an error when answering a question from the jury in that case and ordered a new trial on the manslaughter charge.That meant prosecutors could no longer argue that Grandine meant to kill his wife.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Junior wide receiver Devin Smith (9) dives into the end zone during The Game Nov. 30 at Michigan Stadium. OSU won, 42-41.Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editorUrban Meyer has won every game since taking the reigns at Ohio State, but it was one game in particular that stood out.The team has ripped off 24 straight victories since Meyer took over, including 16 in the Big Ten but it wasn’t until OSU’s first conference victory under Meyer that his presence seemed to be truly felt.That win came Sept. 29, 2012, when the Buckeyes traveled to East Lansing, Mich., and beat Michigan State 17-16.It was a game Meyer and his players mention often, the crossroads of what has now become the nation’s longest winning streak.“Last year, it was a big turning point for us,” OSU junior wide receiver Devin Smith said Monday. “I felt like after that game, the team started to get a little closer, the leadership started to grow and got a lot stronger and led the team to keep winning ball games and be 12-0.”The Buckeyes used the momentum gained from earning their first big win on the road to run the table in 2012, never really facing a challenge for much of the rest of the season.Saturday, OSU and the Spartans meet again — this time with the 2013 Big Ten Championship on the line and for the Buckeyes, a likely berth in the BCS National Title game.A 2012 NCAA-imposed postseason bowl ban kept the Buckeyes home last December, but now with it all back in play, it’s the Spartans who once again stand in their way of getting to their ultimate goal.Redshirt-senior Corey Linsley said it “absolutely” is ironic that the same team OSU beat to turn their 2012 season in the right direction now could keep it from getting a chance to play for the crystal ball.“We were just talking about (that) in the weight room the other day. Everything changed last year for us (after beating the Spartans),” Linsley said Monday. “And now everything’s on the line for us … I’m sure they want to get us. They feel like they maybe should have won that game.”Against the Spartans last season, OSU took the lead late in the third quarter when then-sophomore quarterback Braxton Miller connected with then-sophomore Smith on a 63-yard strike that proved to be the game winner. It was Miller’s only touchdown of the game, but helped catapult his team to victory and on to an undefeated season.Meyer said he’s studied and learned a lot from that game, but this year’s Buckeye team is better than it was a year ago.“I learned quite a bit,” Meyer said Monday. “They were very good (last season). We were not very good. I’m not taking anything away from Michigan State because they are excellent. But we’re a much better offense than we were a year ago, but that was a street fight last year.”Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio said during Sunday’s Big Ten teleconference there was one big thing that stuck out about last year’s loss at home to OSU.“I’d say missed opportunities,” Dantonio said. “We hit a trick play down I think to the 5-yard line but were misaligned, which resulted in a penalty. Came back the next play, hit a deep crosser and dropped the ball. We get a fumble recovered where we scooped it and scored. They blew the whistle or something and it didn’t count, so we ended up driving partly down the field and having to settle for a field goal rather than a touchdown. So opportunities like that, we had the lead briefly in the fourth quarter, I believe, or third quarter, I believe, and they hit a deep one to Devin Smith.”The intensity and magnitude of the game with the Spartans coupled with the chance to play for the BCS title caused Linsley and a few of his teammates on the offensive line do something they aren’t used to once they got back from Ann Arbor Saturday night: take a dip in the cold tubs.“I don’t think I’ve ever done that before after a game,” Norwell said. “The level of focus that that gave us, it was a moment of intensity there for a second, but now it’s a level of focus that our dream is here. The chase is real.”The journey Meyer has taken OSU on since he came to Columbus seems to have come full circle — all the way from the turning point in the form of last season’s win against Michigan State, to now.“That’s one of the interesting things about college football. Everything I guess just kind of comes back,” sophomore linebacker Joshua Perry said Monday. “That was a big game for us last year, and that was a dog fight and I expect it’s going to be a dog fight this weekend too. It’s going to be a big game. They’ve really got a good defense and their offense has been hitting their stride lately so Buckeyes gotta play Buckeyes football.”OSU looks to fulfill a goal of capturing a Big Ten Championship when it takes on the Spartans Saturday, scheduled for a 8:17 p.m. kickoff at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. read more

first_imgNew Arsenal manager Unai Emery has outlined his aim to return the club to the pinnacle of football by having them challenge for the Premier League and Champions League titles once moreThe Spaniard was officially unveiled as Arsene Wenger’s successor on Wednesday and vowed to return the Gunners back to their rightful place among Europe’s elite.“I believe in the players we have here,” said Emery, according to the Premier League website.“We can grow with these players and the objective is to work hard with these talented players, to work to be a candidate for all the titles in the future.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“Then it’s very important, after two years outside the UEFA Champions League, to work towards this, to arrive and be the best team in the Premier League and also the world.”The 46-year-old is a big admirer of the playing style that Arsenal has of holding the possession of the ball and intends to impose his own style of “intense pressing” for when they are not in possession.“In my career I am very demanding for all, demanding of the players also. My idea is to be a protagonist for all of the match. We play against teams with this personality, and I think the history here shows they love playing with possession of the ball,” said Emery.“I like this, and when you don’t have possession of the ball I want a squad very, very intense in pressing.”last_img read more

first_imgBiographer Manuel Pereira believes Jose Mourinho’s time at the top of the football world isn’t over as he is yet to conquer the German and French leaguesThe Portuguese coach has enjoyed an incredible 18-year managerial career in top-flight club football following spells with Benfica, União de Leiria, FC Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and Manchester United.In that time, Mourinho has won league titles and domestic cups across four different countries along with two Champions Leagues and the Europa League.While the four-time World Best Club Coach’s career has hit a low point recently, in light of his sacking from United last month, Pereira insists Mourinho is far from finished.“He is a very ambitious person and will not disappear into the sunset,” Pereira told Goal.“He still has a long life as a coach before him with many challenges that excite him. He has only trained in Portugal, England, Italy and Spain so far.“For example, he still lacks the Bundesliga. If Karl-Heinz Rummenigge calls him tomorrow and offers him to train Bayern, Mourinho would agree for sure.Jose Mourinho, Lionel MessiMourinho: “Lionel Messi made me a better coach” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho believes the experience of going up against Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi at Real Madrid made him a greater coach.“Also PSG would certainly be a delightful task for him.”Another possibility for Mourinho is taking charge of the Portugal national team, which would be less stressful.Although Pereria believes a lot can happen between now and this summer at Real Madrid, who he believes Mourinho could still rejoin.“In case he does not find a club in the summer, I can imagine that he will take over the Portuguese national team,” Pereria said. “That would mean less stress for him.“He could thereby devote himself more to his private life, which has suffered a lot in Manchester.“He did not have a real home there, but spent most nights in the hotel or flew to London to be with his family.“But a lot can happen by summer. Especially at Real Madrid.”last_img read more

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, June 13, 2016 – The Free Spay and Neuter campaign fell short this time around when it came to their goal of 400 pets prevented from breeding as much as 67,000 animals over a six year span.  Dr. Susanne Parr of Pets without Vets yon Thursday reported that 150 animals had been snipped, and that they are most interested in keeping the stray dog and cat population way down.The biggest challenge was despite the service being free, residents were calling on the volunteers to pick up and drop off their pets in large numbers; that service was offered free by the clinic but to their surprise, the group was inundated with those requests.  The Animal Welfare Unit is also on board for this event which offered vaccination and de-worming shots.last_img read more