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#Donkomi: Anthony Annan joins Beitar Jerusalem

first_img–Source: Footy-ghana.com Midfielder Anthony Annan has completed a free agent move to FC Beitar Jerusalem for the remainder of the 2018/19 season.The Israeli Premier League giants however have an option to keep the Ghana international further for a full season in the summer.Annan, 32, arrived in Jerusalem Tuesday morning for a mandatory medical which he later passed before signing his deal on the Israeli transfer deadline day.FC Beitar have now made Annan their fifth signing of the January transfer window which includes former Chelsea star Yossi Benayoun.Anthony Annan recently became a free player after failing to extend his stay with Finnish champions HJK with whom he enjoyed two stints.FC Beitar Jerusalem are currently 9 th on the 14-team 2018/19 Ligat Ha’al log after 21 matches.last_img read more

Cal close to hiring Mark Fox as basketball coach, report says

first_imgCalifornia fired Wyking Jones last week after only two seasons in which the Bears went 16-47 overall and 5-31 in conference, finishing last twice. Nebraska, Fred Hoiberg talking Cornhuskers job, report says Fired after last season, Fox led Georgia to two NCAA Tournament appearances in nine seasons during which his teams were 163–133. Related News California is negotiating with former Georgia coach Mark Fox to become the Pac-12 school’s next head coach, according to multiple reports that cite unidentified sources.According to CBS Sports, Cal and Fox are “in the final stages of negotiations.” He also led Nevada to three NCAA Tournament appearances in five seasons in Reno.last_img

Scorpions ready for Jaguars test

first_imgCaptain Nikita Miller says staying in front will be the top priority of leaders Jamaica Scorpions heading into their sixth round WICB Four-day Tournament fixture against two-time defending champions Guyana Jaguars at Sabina Park, starting today.The top-of-the-table contest will see Jamaica with a record of three wins, a draw and a defeat, looking to extend a three point advantage over the Jaguars, who are second following results of two wins, two draws and a defeat.The 10-round tournament is completed by Barbados Pride in third, Windward Islands Volcanoes in fourth, Leeward Islands Hurricanes in fifth and Trinidad and Tobago Red Force in sixth and last position.”It’s a big game between two teams who have ambitions of winning the tournament,” was the way Miller summed up the contest.”But we are ahead and they are chasing, and the hope is that at the end of the game it will remain that way.”The Scorpions, who after losing their opener away to the Jaguars, has since grown from strength to strength and are coming off back-to-back wins, and will be seeking to continue that momentum.BRUSHED ASIDEThis, however, according to Miller, can only be had if his batsmen continue to show their worth as they did at home to Trinidad and Tobago Red Force and away to the Leeward Islands Hurricanes.Led by enterprising young batsmen Brandon King, opener John Campbell, Jermaine Blackwood and Andre McCarthy, the Scorpions brushed aside the challenge of the Hurricanes by an innings and 73 runs, while against the Red Force they were 132 runs victors.”In our recent successful games it is our batting that brought us through, and gave us the confidence we really needed,” outlined Miller.”We are therefore looking forward to this to continue, as our bowling is always there and there about.”In addition to the left-arm spin of Miller and the leg-spin of Damion Jacobs, the Scorpions bowling unit has been bolstered by the return of fast bowlers, Jerome Taylor and Marquino Mindley.The pair has replaced the injured Reynard Leveridge, and Gavon Brown, respectively.Guyana with Shivnarine Chanderpaul in their line-up will additionally look to emerging batsmen Leon Johnson, Vishaul Singh and Rajendra Chandrika to spearhead their batting, while as it relates to their bowling much will be expected of left-arm spinners GudakeshMotie and VeerasammyPermaul.”It should be a close contest as Guyana is a good team and have good players in their team,” Miller said.last_img read more