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Di Maria will not quit Old Trafford

first_imgAngel Di Maria insists he does not want to leave Manchester United but admits he is at a loss as to why he has fallen out of favour at Old Trafford. The Argentinian joined the Red Devils for a British-record £59.7million in the summer but, after a promising start to his career in England, injury and a loss of form saw him finish the season on the bench. That has prompted some talk of a move away, with reports in Spain suggesting Barcelona are set to make an audacious move for the forward who only left arch-rivals Real Madrid 10 months ago. But Di Maria, currently at the Copa America with Argentina, has stressed he will stay and fight for his place, despite revealing he is in an “uncomfortable” position. “I started well with goals and assists,” he told Argentinian newspaper Ole. “I was having a good time, until I was outside (of the first team). “It’s a little hard to explain why I do not play.” Asked if he was uncomfortable, he added: “‘Yes, for me and my family. Because not everything goes as I want, because I don’t play. “I came with an intention and ended up on the bench. It’s hard to say how I feel there. “No (I will not leave) because I’m not thinking like that. “In Madrid there were times when I was whistled around the stadium but I faced it and then it turned around. I like to deal with things. “I’ve demonstrated what I do for several years.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Polina Shemanova leads way with 21 kills as SU defeats Wake Forest 3-1

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 28, 2018 at 10:27 pm Contact Andrew: arcrane@syr.edu | @CraneAndrew Syracuse (7-4, 3-0 Atlantic Coast) continued its strong start in conference play with a 3-1 over Wake Forest (5-10, 0-3) Friday night. SU improved to 3-0 in the ACC for the first since joining in 2013. Freshman Polina Shemanova finished the match with 21 kills, recording her first career 20-kill game in conference play.Unlike the two wins at home last weekend, the Orange found itself in danger of dropping straight sets during its first road match in conference play.After winning the first set 25-19, SU could not capitalize on its quick start in the second set, blowing an early 4-1 lead and losing 25-21. It seemed the Orange had taken control in the third set with a 13-10 lead, but instead found itself tied with the Demon Deacons at 15 and in need of a spark to avoid dropping consecutive sets.Shemanova tallied two consecutive kills led to a Wake Forest timeout and kickstarted a 10-2 run by the Orange to close out the set.Syracuse used another late run in the fourth set, a 4-0 scoring streak, to break a 21-21 tie and claim the set. During this run, Shemanova again contributed a pair of consecutive kills. This time, they were the final two points of the match. Friday marked the fifth time this season she has registered 20 or more kills in a match.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSenior setter Jalissa Trotter contributed 44 assists, while Santita Ebangwese chipped in 13 kills and had a season-high 9 blocks for the Orange. Syracuse’s .308 hitting percentage nearly doubled Wake Forest’s .173, Syracuse improved its overall set record to 9-2 in conference play. It will visit Duke (7-5, 1-2) Sunday at 1 p.m. Commentslast_img read more

Polish restrictions hamper 2018 progress for bet-at-home

first_img StumbleUpon Fortuna completes Playtech IMS upgrade for Polish profile May 7, 2020 Related Articles Polish wagering report highlights STS market dominance  August 17, 2020 Frankfurt Xetra-listed online bookmaker bet-at-home has credited its strong marketing investment for reporting €66.6 million betting and gaming revenue for H1 2018. The operator also outlined that the elevated restrictions in Poland this year, led to its gross betting and gaming revenue declining 13.3% from the corresponding period in 2017. In spite of the World Cup group stage taking place in the first half of this year, the group also saw a decline in the volume of bets for the current period, something that it also stated was down to the heightened restrictions on foreign operators in the Polish market. Emphasising the current state of play in Poland, the group’s CEO Franz Ömer, told SBC earlier in the year that: “A modified gambling law came into force in Poland on 1 April 2017 under which sports betting licences are granted to foreign operators at unprofitable conditions. However, the casino offering is restricted exclusively to a state-owned company.“We consider this to be contrary to the laws of the European Union, and since July 2017 we have been faced with blocking mechanisms that are in breach of EU law. It is therefore of even greater satisfaction that we can look back on such positive growth over the last financial year.”Mapping out plans for the rest of 2018, the group outlined: “From the current perspective, and assuming an unchanged regulatory and tax law environment, the Management Board expects gross betting and gaming revenue increasing to €150 million in the 2018 fiscal year. Furthermore, the Management Board assumes EBITDA to reach a level between €36 million and €40 million in 2018.” Submit Share Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020 Sharelast_img read more