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Azkals foil Tajiks Rally, keep top spot

Azkals foil Tajiks Rally, keep top spot

first_imgTrump’s impeachment defense, prosecutors dig in BaliPure, Pocari dispute title Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Gerald: Just because I’ve been bashed doesn’t mean I’d stop working Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer But Tajikistan struck twice in quick succession with Parvizchon Umarbaev scoring from the spot in the 57th minute off a questionable foul called on Amani Aguinaldo, and Dilshod Vasiev finishing off a quick counter attack four minutes later after Junior Muñoz lost the ball at midfield.Fil-Japanese leftback Daisuke Sato restored the two-goal cushion for the Azkals with a long range strike with 10 minutes remaining only for Manuchekr Dzaliliov’s late strike off another defensive breakdown giving the Tajiks hope until the end.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnSPORTSBreak new groundThe performance was a far cry from the horror show in Guangzhou where the Azkals absorbed a 1-8 defeat to China in a friendly Tuesday last week. Although the Azkals once again scrambled for most of the match and conceded some cheap goals against the Tajiks, they took their chances expertly with Patiño showing his quality.“It’s the perfect way to respond,” said midfielder Iain Ramsay, who played the full 90 minutes. Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio 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 respite MOST READ Swing Out Sister back to PH this April View commentscenter_img For Ina, portraying a zombie is like an ‘out-of-body experience’ End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend China reports 17 new cases in viral pneumonia outbreak Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ Presidency bid needs ‘deep reflection’ – Sara Duterte LATEST STORIES A brace from Javier Patiño helped the Philippine Azkals weather a late Tajikistan uprising for a thrilling 4-3 victory Tuesday night that firmed up their grip of the top spot in Group F of the AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers at Republican Central Stadium in Dushbane.Captain Phil Younghusband gave the Philippines the lead with a sublime free kick in the 28th minute, before Patiño scored in the 41st and 48th minutes off two assists from Mike Ott as the Azkals looked on their way to a comfortable victory before 15,000 fans in the Tajik capital.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more

Ingles, Gobert star as Jazz edge Warriors

Ingles, Gobert star as Jazz edge Warriors

first_img TIP INS Warriors: Durant passed Gary Payton (21,813 points) for 32nd place on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. He now has 21,836 points. … Golden State held the Jazz to 39.8 per cent shooting. It is the first time the Warriors lost this season after holding an opponent to under 40 per cent from the field. Jazz: Gobert grabbed eight of his 15 rebounds in the first quarter. … Utah tallied at least 39 points off the bench for the fifth straight home game. … The Jazz finished with 30 assists, the seventh time they have had at least 30 this season. Ricky Rubio led the way with 10 assists. SALT LAKE CITY (AP): Playing strong defence has typically proven to be a winning formula for Utah. Getting to that point has taken more turns and detours than the Jazz anticipated this season. Beating the defending NBA champions offers evidence that Utah is finally finding the defensive form the team and its fans took for granted at the end of last season. Joe Ingles scored 20 points, Rudy Gobert had 17 points, 15 rebounds, and matched his season-high with four blocked shots to lead the Jazz to a 108-103 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night. Utah held Golden State to 40 per cent shooting from the field and 32 per cent from the perimeter. The biggest stops came in the final two minutes when the Warriors missed three out of four shot attempts – including a pair of 3-pointers that could have forced overtime. “We defended for a full game,” Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell said. “We were locked into the game plan. When you play defence like that and we shoot the way we did, the outcome is going to be the way it was.” Jae Crowder added 18 points and 11 rebounds while Donovan Mitchell had 15 points on 5-of-26 shooting as Utah won a fourth straight home game. Stephen Curry scored 32 points, and Kevin Durant added 30 in just the Warriors’ second loss in eight games. “We let them off the hook a little bit,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “They weren’t playing that well, but we made a lot of mistakes. We couldn’t find the necessary energy and execution you need to win in this building.”last_img read more

Blood spray at issue in Spector trial

Blood spray at issue in Spector trial

first_imgBut minutes later he raised the fee question again. “I’m so grateful to you for being concerned with my money, but at this time of my life I don’t care,” Spitz said. The defense contends a depressed Clarkson killed herself and Spector was too far away to have pulled the trigger. Jackson, giving jurors what might be a preview of his final argument in the case, repeatedly enumerated facts that could tie Spector to the killing, among them that Clarkson was in Spector’s home, that she was unfamiliar with the house, that she was shot with a gun belonging to Spector, and that she had her purse on her shoulder as if she was about to leave. Spitz said he was aware of all those facts and they didn’t change his opinion. Nor was he swayed by a picture of one of Clarkson’s fingernails with a piece of acrylic coating chipped off. Asked if that could indicate that Clarkson struggled with an assailant, Spitz said, “Nails can break in a struggle. In this case, it didn’t break in a struggle.” Instead, he said it most likely broke from her firing the gun. “And the other explanation is it broke in a struggle?” said Jackson. “I’m not going to say it’s impossible,” said Spitz. Jackson also returned to a central argument of the prosecution case: that Spector had threatened women with guns in the 1990s in similar circumstances. As Jackson recited the details of each incident, Spitz said he was aware of them and considered them along with all of the other evidence. “I came to the conclusion that my opinion as rendered was correct,” he said. “I would not say she committed suicide. I would say she shot herself.” On Wednesday, Spitz had said that Clarkson probably shot herself in an impulsive act while she was under the influence of liquor and drugs and without consideration of the consequences. “In my opinion,” he said, “it is most likely a suicide.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LOS ANGELES – With her dying gasp after being shot through the mouth, actress Lana Clarkson may have breathed out blood that spattered on Phil Spector’s jacket, a forensic pathologist testified Thursday in Spector’s murder trial. But he said that would not change his opinion that Clarkson pulled the trigger on the gun. Asked by the prosecutor how far a final gasp of blood might travel, Dr. Werner Spitz said, “Just imagine yourself coughing, terminally expelling the last gasp. How far would that go? Two feet, three feet.” But he objected to the prosecutor referring to “all the spray” landing on Spector’s jacket. “When you say all, it sounds like you have a bucket full of stuff,” said Spitz. “He has 18 spots and some are where he wiped something.” The cross-examination of Spitz by Deputy District Attorney Alan Jackson was the most caustic and lengthy of any confrontation with an expert so far in the trial, providing a dramatic courtroom contest between a white-haired expert with more than 50 years experience and a youthful-looking prosecutor. Jackson returned several times to the theme that Spitz was being paid $5,000 a day by the defense and might not be giving an unbiased assessment of the evidence. Noting how long the questioning was lasting, Jackson said at one point, “Well, this is another $5,000 for you.” “Mr. Jackson,” the witness retorted, “I’ve got plenty of money. The only thing I don’t have is time.” “Well said,” responded the prosecutor. last_img read more

Liverpool BETTER now than they were with Luis Suarez

Liverpool BETTER now than they were with Luis Suarez

first_img Luis Suarez in action for Liverpool last season 1 Joe Allen believes Liverpool have finally overcome the loss of Luis Suarez and are now even better than they were with the Uruguayan leading their attack.With Suarez in sensational form last season, the Reds only narrowly missed out on the Premier League title.His summer departure to Barcelona left a huge void and Brendan Rodgers’ side, also rocked by the absence of fellow striker Daniel Sturridge through injury, made a disastrous start to this season.But Liverpool have been vastly improved in recent weeks, with a ten-match unbeaten run moving them to within touching distance of the top four, and Allen reckons they are now at the top of their game.“At the start of the year we talked about how losing Suarez was going to have an affect but now we have overcome that,” the midfielder Allen said.“It took us a little bit of time to overcome that because the injury problems we had were not ideal.“We are certainly back up to that level and if anything with the different system we play this season we might even have taken a step forward.“Sometimes (criticism) gets taken out of hand but I don’t think it was unfair. There was no hiding places and we were not delivering as players.“There was no excuse from us. We knew there might be a difficult patch early in the season and that probably went on longer than we hoped and expected.“At the same time we always knew we would come through it and I think that was the biggest sign we would be where we are at this stage.”As well as edging closer to a Champions League qualification spot, Liverpool are through to the FA Cup quarter-finals and travel to Besiktas on Thursday looking to secure safe progress to the Europa League last-16.Allen says everyone at the club is “digging deep” to cope with their three-pronged attack, epitomised by the resilience showed in winning 2-0 at Southampton on Sunday.The St Mary’s encounter was not without its controversy, though, as referee Kevin Friend waved away three strong, first-half penalty appeals from the hosts.Dejan Lovren handled after Filip Djuricic twice went down in the box, first under pressure from Emre Can and then Allen’s challenge.“If I am being honest I didn’t get contact on the ball, which was disappointing because I felt I could get it but missed it,” the latter said.“I didn’t really take him down either so it is one of them where my heart was in my mouth a little bit but at the same time I can see why it wasn’t given.”Those incidents along with others at the weekend led to widespread discussion about the merits of video technology – something Southampton captain Jose Fonte would back.Asked if he would support the introduction of such the measure, the Portuguese centre-back said: “Yeah, I think so, I think it would be a good solution.“It’s one of those days. Nothing went our way. We kept trying, we kept working hard.“They got a great goal really early on and then we put the pressure on them, and we just didn’t have any luck today, either with decisions or in the game itself.”last_img read more

Arsenal v Chelsea: Former Blues star claims GUNNERS have better chance of title

Arsenal v Chelsea: Former Blues star claims GUNNERS have better chance of title

first_imgArsenal are much better placed than Chelsea to challenge for the Premier League title.That’s the view of Tony Cascarino, as the London rivals prepare to clash at the Emirates on Saturday evening.The two teams head into the meeting equal on ten points, but former Blues striker Cascarino reckons Arsene Wenger’s Gunners have the edge on Antonio Conte’s side.Speaking on the Weekend Sports Breakfast, he said: “They will both find it tough to get anwhere close to Manchester City this season…. But I personally think Arsenal are in a better position as a football club.“Cherlsea’s back four is not what Conte would want. He chased numerous centre-halfs over the summer and got David Luiz in. I look at them and think is Ivanovic good enough for Chelsea to challenge? Is Cahill? No. “John Terry is out injured, that is a blow, Azpilicueta has switched from left-back to right-back and Alonso is a full-back that needs a lot of work physically.“Then you look at the goalkeepers. Cech was second to Courtois [at Chelsea] but at the moment Cech is a lot better.“I  just think Arsenal look a bit more rounded as a group. Costa is a massive plus and as an ex-Chelsea player I would like to think they could challenge and get beyond Arsenal, but I just don’t see it at the moment.”talkSPORT has live and exclusive national radio commentary of Arsenal v Chelsea on Saturday. Kick-off 17:30last_img read more

Adrian Durham: ‘Why I will no longer use Dons when referring to MK on talkSPORT’

Adrian Durham: ‘Why I will no longer use Dons when referring to MK on talkSPORT’

first_img ‘I have made a decision that when reading the latest scores on Matchday Live every Saturday afternoon I will not use the word Dons on air’ 1 talkSPORT’s Drivetime presenter Adrian Durham will no longer refer to MK Dons on air by their given name, preferring to use just Milton Keynes in respect of AFC Wimbledon. He explains why below… On holiday recently at a countryside retreat deep in the remote gorgeousness of the English landscape I bought a book in a charity shop by Niall Couper. It’s called ‘This Is Our Time’, and it chronicles the birth and development of AFC Wimbledon. It’s a very good read, and it took me back 15 years or so.In the early 2000s I was in a radio studio with Charles Koppell to my right and Kris Stewart to my left. The tension was almost unbearable, the feelings of anger and bitterness within Kris were clear, although my admiration for him grew hugely that night as he kept a lid on his emotions in order to convey his points coherently.Kris was a fan of Wimbledon Football Club. The original club, the ones that went from non-league to win the FA Cup, with players, characters, and a spirit you can’t buy.Charles was the enemy of football – the man who wanted to take Wimbledon to Milton Keynes. And Koppel got his way.That night in the studio I still didn’t really think it would happen. Surely the FA respected the soul of football enough to throw this out without consideration.But no, it was passed, and it happened.The subsequent history of the ‘new’ AFC Wimbledon has been a joy to watch. I remember reporting on the open trials in June 2002, and wondered just how far this could go. Well we’ve seen how far – they’re back in the league, and they’re going back home, all being well. Oh and they’re on course to finish above MK for the first time ever.On March 14, AFC Wimbledon beat their ugly re-invention 2-0, a monumental night for all those fans who worked so hard to rise from the ashes.And it’s that night that’s led to my decision to start referring on the radio to the ‘new’ club as Milton Keynes only.MK exist, it’s a fact. And there are positives: it’s a great stadium, and their academy has flourished – they gave England Dele Alli.I don’t like how it came about, but it happened, and there are some good things going on at the football club in Milton Keynes.But they have nothing to do with the old Wimbledon, so in my view it is time to disconnect the two – it is only MK who persist with connecting themselves with Wimbledon. MK should have no connection with the history of the original Wimbledon. And it is time to drop the ‘Dons’ suffix.It is not appropriate, Wimbledon fans find it offensive, so time for MK and Pete Winkelman to do the right thing and let it go.At the meeting between the two at Kingsmeadow in March the Dons name was left off the scoreboard and the team sheet. It is clear how AFC Wimbledon as a club feel about it.It is time to move on, and MK can make that happen by doing the honourable thing that would respect the soul of football by dropping the name Dons and moving forward.To support AFC Wimbledon in this, I have made a decision that when reading the latest scores, half times and results on talkSPORT’s Matchday Live show every Saturday afternoon I will not use the word Dons on air, and I will from now on refer to the club as Milton Keynes only. Forgive me if I slip up occasionally, old habits will die hard.If it helps in any way then brilliant, hopefully it will encourage MK to do the right thing as a club.Dropping the Dons is the only way to bring some sort of closure over a sad, sorry, sickening tale that will be remembered as the football authorities disrespecting football fans for the sake of money and greed.Time to do the right thing Milton Keynes. What do you say?last_img read more

Scotland lose in Israel after second-half collapse

Scotland lose in Israel after second-half collapse

first_imgIsrael came from behind to win 2-1 as Scotland unravelled after the interval in Haifa.The Scots had edged into a first-half lead thanks to Charlie Mulgrew’s penalty, but Dor Peretz equalised for the hosts before John Souttar saw red and Kieran Tierney found his own net to complete the turnaround.After losing their Nations League opener in Albania, Israel had arrived for the Haifa contest off the back of a miserable run of form.However, the hosts dominated for long spells on the night, with Alex McLeish’s side relying on last-ditch defending, saves from Allan McGregor and an extraordinary miss to keep the score down. Israel spurned chances to equalise before the break, with Mounes Dabbur – who scored twice against Celtic in the Europa League – going close and former Chelsea forward Ben Sahar hitting the post.But parity was eventually restored on 52 minutes when Peretz, who gave away the penalty, made amends by sliding the ball into the corner after the ball broke his way in the box.Taleb Twatha missed a sitter as Israel continued to dominate, somehow managing to hit the bar from four yards out.Scotland continued to toil in the stifling Haifa heat and the task got even harder when Souttar received his marching orders.The Hearts centre-half was robbed of possession by Dabbur, picking up his second booking after stopping the Salzburg hitman from driving into the box.Israel took the lead with 20 minutes to go when former Celtic playmaker Beram Kayal drove in a low cross and Tierney scythed the ball across goal into the far corner.Ten-man Scotland pressed for an equaliser but were unable to get back level. The result leaves the Nations League group wide open, with all three sides on three points after two rounds of fixtures.Scotland travel to Albania next on November 17, before McLeish’s men look to exact revenge against Israel at Hampden three days later.Israel started the better of the two but fell behind on 25 minutes when Blackburn stopper Mulgrew drilled home a penalty.Facing away from goal, Hearts attacker Steven Naismith was sent tumbling in the box by a clumsy bit of defending and the ref pointed to the spot, with Mulgrew taking full advantage.last_img read more

Crash on I-65 Claims the Life of a Freetown Man

Crash on I-65 Claims the Life of a Freetown Man

first_imgDespite life-saving efforts, 41-year-old Kenneth Cubbage Jr. of Freetown Indiana was pronounced deceased at the scene.His mother, 62-year-old Connie Cubbage was a passenger in the vehicle, she was transported to Methodist Hospital by ambulance in stable condition. The investigating officer, Trooper Aaron Smith, is still unsure why the vehicle left the roadway, but evidence at the scene indicates the vehicle hit a tree and rolled several times.The driver, Mr. Cubbage Jr. was wearing a seat belt, however, the passenger was unrestrained.The Shelby County Coroner’s Office responded to the scene and recovered the remains of the deceased.Both directions of I-65 were closed for a brief time, the northbound lanes were affected for approximately two hours while the crash was investigated and the wreckage was removed. A 41-year-old Freetown man was killed and his mother was sent to the hospital this morning in a crash near Edinburgh. Early this morning emergency crews were dispatched to I-65 northbound near the 82-mile marker in Shelby County for reports of a single vehicle crash.Around 2:45 a.m. 911 calls began coming in about a vehicle off the roadway and both occupants were severely injured.Shelby County Sheriff Deputies along with medics were first on the scene, they immediately summoned a medical helicopter.last_img read more

Three Things I Took Away From the Intel Developer Forum

Three Things I Took Away From the Intel Developer Forum

first_img… and i’m not talking about the giveaways 🙂Last week I spent on the road between a few days at the Intel Developer Forum and then at the Insight Conference in Denver.  At both events, I was speeking about the Intel IT private cloud computing implementation around why and what we are implementing inside our business.  But during the conference I alo had the change to see a lot of exhibits, talk to a lot of technology professionals and IT peers, and listen in on a CIO panel discussion. While the week was filled with learning, three things stood out for me both professionally and personally.1) Every CIO’s priorities are driven by business needs, however the challenges they face are dramatically similar.  Topics of security, consumerization, collaboration, employee productivity, business efficiency and IT leadership (ie leading their organizations) are front and center.  Some interesting insights / quotes from the panel I wrote down:     “Security model is shifting from the firewall to the end piont device”     “IP is everything – must protect it”     “enterprise security requires partnership with employees”     “we’re measuring producitivity in minutes”     “work is done in smaller increments” … but with more people involved”      “the openness of social media and consumerization is contrary to requirements to secure IP”     “requirements of enterprise security and consumer security are fundamentaly different”     “CIO role is changing and growing in importance”     “IT cannot be the department of No” 2) Cloud Computing remains a mis-understood confusing topic.  There are so many definitions, techologies, solutions and delivery models that get associated with the term “cloud” and the hype cycle on cloud is at full peak.  The concern I have is that because the term “cloud” elicits a variety of reactions (often bi-polar) of strong endorsement or strong skepticism and concern.  As I share the Intel IT cloud computing strategy and implementation roadmap a few items garner most of the questions from IT professionals – the good thing is we have our answers already .. does your IT group?     “how are you defining cloud computing”     “how are you balancing private vs public cloud”     “how are you managing the services and applications in the virtualized environment”     “how are you implementing self-service”     “where are you doing application development”  3) Smart TV is pretty cool.  Prior to IDF, I’d heard about the concept but did not understand its usage model.  The demos really caught my interest and when these devices come out, I will certainly talk to my wife about purchase. If you want to learn more about Smart TV, start hereChrislast_img read more

Does ‘supportive housing’ help the homeless with medical needs? Not clear, study says

Does ‘supportive housing’ help the homeless with medical needs? Not clear, study says

first_img Does ‘supportive housing’ help the homeless with medical needs? Not clear, study says Ted S. Warren/AP Photo By Victoria DavisJul. 16, 2018 , 4:00 PM PSH was designed to address such “housing sensitive conditions” as ensuring that diabetics have a refrigerator to keep their insulin or that cancer patients receiving chemotherapy have ready access to a bathroom. The committee, which issued its report on 11 July, cited studies showing that PSH is effective in serving the medical needs of those with HIV/AIDS. However, it says similar evidence doesn’t exist for other conditions. In fact, Kizer and his colleagues were sorely disturbed by the spotty state of the research.“The committee was disappointed to find that the existing literature lacks information on the type, intensity, frequency, or length of the needed services,” they write. “The lack of data about these things effectively precluded generalizing to who among individuals experiencing homelessness are most likely to benefit from the services and different models of PSH.”center_img A new report finds no evidence that efforts to provide support for the chronically homeless improve their health or reduce the cost of their care. But that doesn’t mean the U.S. government should stop funding programs that offer permanent supportive housing (PSH), say the authors of the study, conducted by a panel convened by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Instead, the report calls for more analyses of what types of interventions work best for which populations.“As a former clinician and public health official it would seem logical, if not obvious, that if you can keep people safe with housing they should have better health outcomes,” says the report’s chair, Kenneth Kizer, who leads the Institute for Population Health Improvement at the University of California, Davis. “Indeed, one of our recommendations is that we need to increase the supply of permanent supportive housing.”The chronically homeless represent less than 20% of the 550,000 homeless people in the United States. 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