Monday, February 28, 2011

Arsenal Posts Financial Loss After Wembley Defeat

Premier League football club Arsenal posted a loss during the six months to the end of November, mainly at the expense of reduced playing resources.

The club’s 2.5 million pound ($4 million) loss within six months on November 30 in contrast to a profit £ 29.2 million for the corresponding period in 2009.

Zimbabwe Won By 175 Runs Against Canada

Zimbabwe, bowled out by Canada for 123 on Monday to comfortably win their World Cup Group A match by 175 runs.

With his side defending a healthy 298-9, Zimbabwe spinner Ray Price opened the bowling and took three wickets in the first six overs to reduce the ICC Associate nation to 7-3.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Vettori Refusing To Make Easy Excuses For NZ Loss

New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori refuses to apologize for the easy capitulation of his team to Australia at the World Cup.

After a couple of days of grueling emotional players in touch with friends and family following the deadly earthquake in Christchurch, caps blacks have a week to back up their confidence and clear your head before their first group match against Zimbabwe.

Bouchard Scores in OT To Lifts Wild Over Ducks

Dan Ellis to leave a goal that should have been easy to quit in the third period after the Ducks getting two joints as their new goalkeeper during the final minute of overtime. He stopped at first.

Pierre-Marc Bouchard scored the other breakaway with 6.3 seconds on the clock, giving the Minnesota Wild a 3-2 win Friday night. Jose Theodore made 19 of his 46 saves in the second period, helping send the Ducks to their demoralizing loss right fifth.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Junior De Barranquilla Meets Gremio RS Soccer Match

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Arimura Leads in Singapore By 2 After 2nd Round 66

Chie Arimura of Japan shot a 6-under 66 to widen her lead to two strokes over Karrie Webb in the second round of the HSBC Women’s Champions on Friday.

Arimura, ranked 19th in the world, made six birdies and an eagle and overcame bogeys on two of her first three holes to post a 10-under 134 total.

Australia Pace Bowler Bollinger Out Of World Cup

Australian pace bowler Doug Bollinger has been closed the World Cup because of the injury to his left ankle.

The 29-year Bollinger did not play in the opening victory over Zimbabwe and the second match against New Zealand and is back home for treatment so the team physiotherapist Alex Kountouris said is "pain in the ankle are most the left. "

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Dolan Again Denies Thomas Role in Anthony Pursuit

Madison Square Garden, James Dolan said that the reports that Isiah Thomas has participated in the search for Carmelo Anthony were "a fantasy in someone's mind."

Dolan also praised the work of Donnie Walsh said at the opening press conference on Wednesday that Anthony would review the employment status of the President of the team shortly after the trade deadline.

Cincy Pulls Upset; Georgetown’s Wright Breaks Hand

Cincinnati NCAA hopes are very safe after the first win of the school in one of the top 25 teams in seven years, while Georgetown's immediate future is suddenly very clear, due to a broken hand Chris Wright.

Yancy Gates scored 17 points and 11 rebounds Wednesday night, and the Bearcats held at Georgetown four field goals in the second half in a 58-46 victory over No. 11 Hoya.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Verdasco Slumps in 1st Round At Mexican Open

Second-seeded Fernando Verdasco Spain was eliminated in the first round of the Mexican Open, losing 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 to Brazil Thomaz Bellucci Tuesday.

Verdasco lost in the first round of the RMK Championships in Memphis last week by Milos Raonic, who won the SAP Open final last week.

Bellucci converted 75 percent of his break points and won 70 percent of his service points to beat Verdasco in just over two hours Tuesday night.

Depleted Nuggets Roll Past Grizzlies 120-107

JR Smith 26 points helped Denver beat Memphis Grizzlies 120-107 on Tuesday, just hours after the Nuggets reached an agreement blockbuster that sent Carmelo Anthony, Chauncey Billups and the New York Knicks.

Tony Allen scored 26 points and OJ Mayo added 21 for the Grizzlies, who had a string of four victories stopped.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Podolak Injured in Accident

Ed Podolak, a former University of Iowa and Kansas City Chief football standout and current radio analyst for football in Iowa, was injured in this weekend when struck by a vehicle Scottsdale, Arizona

Podolak suffered serious injuries when struck by a car while crossing the street near his hotel in Scottsdale. Podolak and his wife, Vicki, attended a social event on Saturday in Scottsdale.

Alabama A&M Defeats Southern University 64-45

Cornelius Hester scored 24 points, most of whom come from six three-pointers as Alabama A & M beat Southern University 64-45 on Monday night.

The Bulldogs (12-11, 9-5 Southwestern Athletic Conference) led 23-19 at halftime, but extended its lead to double digits in a 10-0 run led by Casey Cantey at the beginning of the second half. Cantey scored five of his 18 points during the surge, which ended with Alabama A & M ahead 40-25 with 14:40 left.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Cal Snaps Losing Streak, Stuns UCLA 76-72 in OT

Jorge Gutierrez scored 34 points, Markhuri-Frisian Sanders has 12 points and California beat UCLA 76-72 instead of overtime Sunday night to take a series of four defeats in thrilling fashion.

The Bears blew a 12-point lead and overcame great Malcolm Lee buzzer beater at the end of regulation time and finally broke his slip. Star Allen Crabbe first year back after missing the last two games with a concussion to score eight points, seven rebounds and get help from Cal (14-13, 7-8 Pac-10) is above .500.

Carlo Mazzone Denies He Will Return To Coach Roma

Former Brescia coach Carlo Mazzone and Naples denied that come out of retirement to take the reins at Roma after Claudio Ranieri has tendered his resignation earlier this evening.

Mazzone also led Giallorossi driver between 1993 and 1996, but has ruled out a return to the bench. He also denied that a player revolt helped Ranieri door Trigoria.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Michael Llodra Meets Robin Soderling Tennis Match

Match of the quarter finals of men's tennis tournament in Marseille in France, Has turneuc runs on indoor carpet. a very interesting match in the quarterfinals between Frenchman Michael Llodra and Swede Robin Soderling.

Arriving at the age of 30 Years, best practice Llodra tennis career, got up on the 23rd in the ATP rankings.

Hanzal Nets Winner, Coyotes 6th Straight Victory

Coyotes are not the best and still managed to get two points.

Things are going to these events.

Martin Hanzal scored the goal kick late in the second period, Keith Yandle has three assists as the Coyotes beat the Atlanta Thrashers 4-3 on Thursday night for their sixth straight victory.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Raonic and Del Potro Through in Memphis

Canada wildcard Milos Raonic Spanish Fernando Verdasco defeated for the second time in four days, going to the second round of the ATP-WTA tournament in Memphis.

Raonic ousted second seed Verdasco 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (7 / 5) to $ 1,320,000 event, booking the date of the second round against Czech Radek Stepanek.

Sacramento Meets Dallas Mavericks NBA Match

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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Philadelphia Flyers Meets Tampa Bay Lightning NHL Macth

The first game that I think deserves bet anyway, in this round of the NHL will take place from 2:35 pm to St. Pete Times Forum, where people from the Tampa Bay Lightning will host the Philadelphia Flyers ones, those of the Bolts with a strong moral advantage before the meeting by the fact that he managed to win in all three games played against the from Philadelphia this season.

Tampa Bay Lightning ranks second in the Eastern Conference with 73 points after 56 matches with a 34-17-5 statistics, although they managed to score a lot, being in the first half of the league in goals scored in this season, a goal not totally impressive, actually it is neutral 172:172, evidence that the sign but also allow plenty more goals.

America Beats Nacional 2-0 in Libertadores

Vicente Sanchez and Matias Vuoso scored early in each half of America's Mexican club had a 2-0 win against Nacional of Uruguay, on Tuesday at the stage of the Copa Libertadores group.

Sanchez came to the post back to score in the fourth minute of Miguel Layun Vuoso and low cross hit the second from the edge of the area in the 49th to give the victory to Azteca America.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Dutch Captain is Injury Doubt For WCup Opener

A Dutch official said Captain Peter Borren could miss the team's opening World Cup match against England next week because of an abdominal injury that has sidelined him a game warmup Tuesday.

Deleted, one of the experienced players in the Dutch team, missed a game his team warm up first Saturday against Sri Lanka and leaned back for Tuesday's match against Kenya in Colombo.

Schalke Striker Raul Moved By Return To Spain To Take On Valencia

Schalke striker Raul will play a match in Spain for the first time since he left Real Madrid during the summer before, and 33 years says that the game against Valencia will be a "memorable" one for him.

Hitman is not too eager to deal with a Spanish team in the knockout phase of the competition, but believes that the German side will play with a strong mentality and overcome Los Che.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Swimming Klim The Latest Australian To Dive Back Into The Pool

Double Olympic champion swimmer Michael Klim is the latest Australian returns to the sport after he stopped near a four-year retirement on Monday.

Klim, 33, who won gold medals in relays at the Sydney Olympic Games 11 years ago, he joined Ian Thorpe, Libby Trickett and Geoff Huegill in return to sport before the Games in London next year.

Bayer Leverkusen's Michael Ballack Sidelined With Knee Injury

An examination showed Bayer Leverkusen star midfielder Michael Ballack will be out for several days with a knee injury.

Ballack was back on the bench of his team's 3-0 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt, while knowing that the heat in about 40 minutes.

34-year-old has been aggravated an old injury to his left knee, and should begin training in the middle of the week.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Kings Leave Cousins Home After Postgame Incident

Sacramento rookie DeMarcus Cousins not make a mobile game against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday night, as in the locker room after the defeat of the Kings in '99-97 home loss to Oklahoma City on Saturday.

Cousins reportedly was upset that his teammate Donte Greene had not dropped the ball for the final shot of the game.

Mickelson To Play in Match Play

Mickelson, who missed the World Golf Championship event in Arizona a year ago, said last November, can sit, depending on a family holiday. But when he finished his final round at Pebble Beach on Sunday, Mickelson told the Associated Press, "I'll be there."

Lee Westwood, who took over at No. 1 in the world three months ago, will be the first head when the Match Play Championship begins Feb. 23 at Dove Mountain, north of Tucson.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Joe Webb Wants To Be in QB Mix For Vikings

The most pressing issue on the Minnesota Vikings, who are not related to a surge of new stadium that will play quarterback.

The franchise is looking for a boyfriend, someone can not maintain a position for two years now you see me, now you're Brett Favre.

Rested Tsonga Downs Ljubicic To Reach Rotterdam Final

A well rested Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has reached his first ATP final since October 2009 by beating Croatia's Ivan Ljubicic 6-4 7-6 in the semi-finals of the World Indoor Tournament on Saturday.

The French, who had more time to prepare the quarter-final after opponent Tomas Berdych retired due to illness on Friday, has the unique opportunity to break in the fifth game on his way to take the first set.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

India WCup Preparations Raise Unhappy Memory

Preparations for the upcoming World Cup cricket has revived bad memories of India's chaos that accompanied the rise in the Commonwealth Games last year.

While the reputation of the Commonwealth Games was partially saved by some repairs frantic last-minute, slow renovations already claimed this month's World Cup one of its most anticipated match-times of India Eden Gardens ground in Calcutta.

Warriors Beat Denver 116-114 To Finish Homestand

Carmelo Anthony walked on the floor, furious, screaming and waving the ball. A wild melee to hold court in Denver last fall ended on lifting Nene and Anthony also turned away never to touch the ball.

"No," Warriors guard Monta Ellis muttered with a smile. "But I'm glad I did not."

Ellis scored 37 points, Dorel Wright almost had a triple-double and Warriors Golden State held on to beat the short-handed Nuggets 116-114 Wednesday night.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Mississippi State Suffering Through Chaotic Season

Basketball season Mississippi State has been defined by fistfights NCAA lengthy suspensions television, professional issues and controversy Twitter.

Behavior has led to four starters being suspended for 30 games combined. We are no longer with the team. It's embarrassing for a proud program that won five titles in the quarterfinals of the Western Conference South Division.

Hussey Angered At World Cup Omission

Michael Hussey says his axing from the Australian team's Cricket World Cup was premature and he would be able to overcome a hamstring injury to play in the later stages of the tournament.

Hussey retired from the team Tuesday with the spinner Nathan Haurtiz but said it should have received more than one occasion to prove his fitness.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Bravard Lifts Seminoles Past Virginia, 78-74

Cierra Bravard and No. 19 Florida State has its way with Virginia, which dominates the interior and on the way to win the ACC bumpy road.

And then they had to risk everything to go away.

But Natasha Howard scored inside with 15.4 seconds left and Bravard hit a pair of free throws with 3.9 seconds left, each time after the Cavaliers closed within two, and the Seminoles days for a 78-74 victory Monday night, and some lessons learned.

Cavs Lose 25th Straight, Another NBA Futility Mark

Cleveland Cavaliers lost their way to the NBA record book fashion assembly rather than a merger, but the head of a call struck a typical group, it can not do anything right.

As the center of 7 meters loses the ball to jump 6-foot-2 guard. And a decent outside shooter decided to move to old-fashioned way and not putting the potential tying 3-pointer.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Packers Win Sends NFL Into Uncertain Offseason

It was as complex as deciding how to allocate $ 9 billions so easy to do that all the tickets were also accompanied by a place, the NFL has had problems in the right way this week's Super Bowl.

League slogged through the storm in Texas, a national anthem thwarted a disaster and the comings and goings Super seat of collective bargaining that threaten to leave the sport.

Steelers Fumble Away A Chance For Super Bowl Rally

Reading the game perfectly, Green Bay linebacker arrived about the same time in the backfield Rashard Mendenhall took over the exchange.

The ball popped loose and the Packers back to the creation of the decisive touchdown drive. And when the Super Bowl was done, spent the 1931-1925 Pittsburgh Steelers victory Sunday night.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Canucks Rally With 2 in 3rd to Beat Blackhawks 4-3

Vancouver Canucks forward Daniel Sedin leads the NHL and the bragging rights for his twin brother Henrik. However, he was most struck by a rare home victory over rival Chicago.

Daniel Sedin of the goal with four minutes, moved atop the NHL scoring race with 69 points and lifted the Canucks to their fifth straight victory with a wild 4-3 victory in the Blackhawks Friday night.

Mavericks’ Late Surge Stuns Celtics

Jason Kidd made a 3-pointer 2.5 seconds remaining to complete later in the breathtaking ride in which the Dallas Mavericks defeated the Boston Celtics 101-97 in the NBA on Friday.

Celtics led 97-91, but the Mavericks scored the final 10 points. After Kevin Garnett missed a jumper from 18 feet with 15 seconds left, Mavericks tried to enter, but Dirk Nowitzki had trouble handling the ball and threw it to Kidd, who made his second 3-pointer in the Thurs

Friday, February 4, 2011

Hantuchova-Safarova To Open Fed Cup Derby

Slovakia's Daniela Hantuchova will meet Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic opening singles of the Fed Cup derby in the Slovakian capital of Bratislava on Saturday.

Dominika Cibulkova host another singles quarterfinals at the Australian Open on hard courts against Petra Kvitova Sibamac Arena.

Washington State Edges Oregon State 67-64

Iret Amojo Sage Romberg and scored 17 points each and Washington State erased a 10 point deficit in the first half to defeat Oregon State 67-64 on Thursday night.

Amojo made three free hand in the last 20 seconds to seal the Cougars (6-16, 4-6 Pac-10), who trailed 30-22 at halftime and dominated the Beavers (7 - 14, 0-10) 45-34 in the second half.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Cardinal Wears ASU Down in 2nd Half For 72-54 Win

Playing for a team missing its point guard, who was beaten by 47 just a month ago, Stanford had an unexpected battle.

It pained by Cardinal beat the ball inside, walk away with an egg! a victory which puts them in a victory for the longest match winning streak in the history of Pac-10.

Flyers Leave it Late To Beat Predators

Ville Leino scored two goals including the winner late to the NHL Eastern Conference-leading Philadelphia Flyers a 3-2 win against the Nashville Predators on Thursday.

The second goal came with 3:16 Leino left in the game. He went to 360 degrees in front of the net to prevent slipping forward Martin Erat Nashville and beat goalkeeper Anders Lindback with a backhand on the glove side high for the winner.

Oregon Blasts Washington State 69-43

Joevan Catron had 17 points and nine rebounds, and Oregon recorded the most convincing win Pac-10 Conference to be in five years 69-43 victory at Washington State on Thursday night.

Jay-R Strowbridge added 15 points off the bench, had 13 and Garrett Sim EJ Singler had 10 points for the Ducks (11-11, 4-6 Pac-10), derived from the opening basket.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Randolph Lead Grizzlies Over Timberwolves

Midway through the fourth quarter, Zach Randolph bluffed their way to a rebound and Kevin Love accidentally released tooth with an elbow to the jaw meat Love.

E 'was literally an example of what Randolph had done symbolically love all night.

Randolph had 23 points and 13 boards and Rudy Gay had 22 points, seven assists and seven rebounds to lead the Memphis Grizzlies a 102-84 victory by the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night.

Northwestern State Beats Central Arkansas 85-78

Pratt scored 23 points and Devon Baker added 20 as Northwestern State defeated Central Arkansas 85-78 on Wednesday night.

Louis Ellis hit 3-pointer with 10:38 to play, to help Northwestern State (13-10, 5-3 Southland Conference), one of its biggest lead 64-49 at night. Bears (5-16, 1-7) still trailed 80-69 with 1:20 left when Mike Pouncy hit two 3-pointers to lead 9-3 journey that pulled them to 83-78 and 29 seconds remaining.

South Africa's Parnell Joins Sussex

The 21-year-gasket left arm has represented South Africa in the three formats of the game and played for Kent in England in 2009.

Parnell, who is South African team for the next World Cup, said: "I am very excited to play for Sussex."

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Horton, Bergeron Lead Bruins Over Hurricanes 3-2

Tim Thomas took first place in a matchup of All-Star goalkeeper.

Nathan Horton and Patrice Bergeron has done in the third period and Thomas made 24 saves to help the Boston Bruins defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 3-2 on Tuesday night.

Daniel Paille also scored for Boston, giving the Bruins three wins in their four meetings with Carolina this season.

WVirginia Beats Providence 59-45

Liz Repella scored 16 points and No. 14 West Virginia rebounded from consecutive road losses with a 59-45 victory in Providence, on Tuesday night.

Asya Bussie added 14 points and Madina Ali was 13 and the Mountaineers (20-3, 6-3 Big East), who extended their school record for consecutive home wins and 31

Arizona Makes Return to AP Poll For First Time Since 2007

Men's basketball team from Arizona made its debut in the Top 25 Associated Press rankings for the first time since December 31 December 2007, and returned to the ESPN / USA Today poll of coaches.

Head coach Sean Miller Wildcats are now ranked No. 21 in AP and No. 22 in the coaches poll.