CEST 29/04/2016 Upd. at 18:22 A Bayern Munich win over Borussia Monchengladbach this Saturday – or if Borussia Dortmund slip up against Wolfsburg – would hand the Bavarians their fourth consecutive league title, the third won by Pep Guardiola since he took over. “If next week we lose [to Atletico], you can kill me, but I am not dead yet,” advised Guardiola, who spoke about the criticism he’s received after the loss at the Vicente Calderon. For that reason, and with the team still alive in the German Cup and the Champions League, despite a semi-final first leg defeat to Atletico Madrid, Guardiola was optimistic and confident in a press conference on Friday. “You can’t imagine how happy I am that we are in these situations. We are well placed to win La Liga, we are in the final of the cup and I’m satisifed with how we ended the game against Atletico,” the Catalan coach said. “I’ve had a good time in Germany, but I’ve had to cope with things that did not happen at Barcelona. For that reason, I’m going. I am not capable of winning the treble each year and I am not ready to win the Champions League each year, but I have had a good time and I will have a good time in the weeks I have left in Germany,” added the man from Santpedor. Juanma Romero
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Image Courtesy: Wah CricketAdvertisement kz2kNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs3k7tWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Edxj( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 4iWould you ever consider trying this?😱c5289xCan your students do this? 🌚33Roller skating! Powered by Firework Apart from the heartbreak which Neesham had to endure during the World Cup final which the Kiwis lost by the thinnest of margins, the all-rounder’s childhood coach reportedly passed away during the all-rounder’s super over heroics which brought the Blackcaps close.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Wah CricketDavid James Gordon, who also coached Lockie Ferguson during his time as a coach at the Auckland Grammar School passed away after Neesham hit a six off archer which swayed the game towards their favour.Leonie, Gordon’s daughter claimed that he stopped breathing once Neesham hit Archer over square leg. Leonie also added that the nurse mentioned about his change in the breathing during the tense super over. She added:Advertisement “You know, I think Jimmy Neesham had just hit that six and he took his last breath,” she told Stuff.co.nz. “He has a quirky sense of humour and he was a real character and he would have loved the fact that he did that.”“It was lovely, you know, he’s kept in touch with Jimmy and he is friends with Jimmy’s father. He always had a soft spot for Jimmy Neesham, he was very proud of him. He would definitely be following his career.”Advertisement Jimmy Neesham also posted a tweet for his childhood coach where he thanked his beloved coach. Check out the tweet below:Read Also:Former Pakistani cricketer Abdul Razzaq makes a statement on having extramarital affairsBreaking News: Trevor Bayliss appointed as HEAD COACH of Sunrisers Hyderabad Advertisement
VOLLEYBALL 06/04/2020 Upd. at 11:14 – Daniel de Souza Maciel (Saaremaa) sport.es – Kevin Durant (Brooklyn Nets) – Gotoku Sakai (Vissel Kobe) – Marouane Fellaini (Shandong Luneng Taishan) AMERICAN FOOTBALL CYCLING – Matías Vargas, Wu Lei & Leandro Cabrera (Espanyol) – Thiago Wild Seyboth (144º ranking ATP) – Rudy Gobert (Utah Jazz) The world of sport is suffering, in first person, the effects of coronavirus. Various sports stars have tested positive for the virus which is sweeping the globe after first being detected in China. – Dmitry Strakhov Todos los deportistas que han dado positivo en coronavirus – Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz) – Gedeón Guardiola (Rhein-Neckar Löwen) – Sean Payton, coach of New Orleans Saints – Timo Hübers, Jannes Horn (Hannover 96) IN SPORT.ES FOOTBALL – Jonathas de Jesus (Elche) – Patrick Cutrone, German Pezzella, Dusan Vlahovic (Fiorentina) – Timo Hübers, Jannes Horn (Hannover 96) TENNIS – Martín Ortega (general director at Leganés) – Maximiliano Richeze – Kostas Sloukas, Jan Vesely and Ahmet Duverioglu (Fenerbahçe) – Marcus Smart (Boston Celtics) – Callum Hudson-Odoi (Chelsea) – Christian Wood (Detroit Pistons) – Trey Thompkins (Real Madrid) – Ezequiel Garay, Mangala, Gayà (Valencia) – Luca Killian (Paderborn) – Paolo Maldini (spoprting director Milan) – Fernando Gaviria – Chris Kielsmeier (Cleveland State, coach) The list of names is growing and more are added all the time. Here are those that have been revealed so far: – Evangelos Marinakis (owner of Olympiacos) BASKETBALL CEST Gabbiadini the latest player to get coronavirus – Mikel Arteta (coach of Arsenal) – Paulo Dybala, Blaise Matuidi & Rugani (Juventus) – Earvin Ngapeth (Zenit Kazan) – Five players from Trops Málaga – Two players from French side Chambéry – Manolo Gabbiadini, Omar Colley, Albin Ekdal, Morten Thorsby y Antonino La Gumina (Sampdoria) RELATED STORIES HANDBALL Official: Man City v Real Madrid suspended
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Two Drouin and District Netball Association All Abilities players helped Victoria take home silver in the national netball championship for women with an intellectual disability earlier this month. By Romy Stephens Brooke Baker and Erin Munckton headed to the Queensland State Netball Centre to participate in the Marie Little OAM Shield.Named after disability netball pioneer Marie Little OAM, the competition sees netball teams from each state compete.Victoria ended up losing to South Australia 21-18 in a hard-fought gold medal match on 14 October.Returning player Brooke helped mentor newcomer Erin throughout the tournament.Brooke said the Drouin netball community was instrumental in helping her make it to the championship for the second year in a row.“I love playing netball in Drouin and the fact that we have another Drouin player, Erin, in the Victorian team to compete is fantastic,” she said.“Everyone is super supportive of the players and coaches and they have helped shape me so much.“Without them, I may never have made it to the Marie Little OAM Shield last year or this year.”She added how important netball has been throughout her life.“Netball doesn’t make me feel different and it is something I love,” she said.“Netball is just one big team sport where I feel included. It’s a challenge I love to take on and it teaches me so much.”Erin agreed with how supportive the local community has been.“I love the community and everyone involved. I’ve seen people progress because of all the support we receive and because it’s a tight netball community to play in,” she said.“For Brooke and I to be playing together and representing our home area is so amazing.”Netball Victoria’s community and junior development manager, Tanya Gamble, said the tournament was a great example of how inclusive netball is across the state.“The Marie Little OAM Shield allows women with an intellectual disability the chance to represent their state in a game they love,” she said.“We’re proud of the programs we have in place across Victoria which help pave this pathway for athletes, and we will continue to develop these programs to ensure netball maintains its inclusive environment.”This year was the first time the tournament was included as part of the INA Global Games – the world’s largest sporting event for athletes with an intellectual impairment.
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