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The week in pictures: October 06 – October 12, 2015

Oct 14, 2015

Weekly news in pictures

There were a lot of important news stories that broke over the last seven days so lets look back at some of the biggest.

Turkey began three days of mourning on Sunday after a peace march in central Ankara was attacked by two explosions that killed over one hundred people. A team of four civil and police inspectors began an investigation into the attack the government blamed on ISIS, left wing militants or the PKK, the Kurdish freedom fighters with whom a truce recently broke down. The left wing organizers of the march placed blame on the government of Recep Tayyip Edogan for failures in security.

The death toll in the ongoing mounting violence in Israel/Palestine continued to rise last week as Palestinians clashed with security forces and numerous stone throwing attacks added to the rising tensions following the 14 stabbing attacks that have targeted Jews since October 3rd and spawned at least one revenge attack in which four Palestinians were stabbed. Both sides blame each other for the situation, with the Israel cabinet setting the minimum jail term for stone throwing at four years.

In Pyongyang, capital of North Korea, the nation’s leader Kim Jong-un presided over a massive rally to celebration the 70th anniversary of the formation of the ruling Worker’s Party. Thousands marched through the city’s huge main square in a parade that included troops and military vehicles, traditionally dressed ladies waving flowers and a fly-past by the air force. The parade also featured a display of ICBMs and a reference made to the country’s controversial nuclear program.

In sport Wales qualified for the Euro 2016 finals in France despite losing 2-0 to Bosnia-Herzegovina, the first time the team has reached a major tournament final since 1958. Finishing second place in the group behind Belgium, the question is can the Welsh side continue this run of success against the best sides in Europe next summer? You’ll have to read our daily news pages to find out but in the meantime lets look back at some of the major news stories we covered over the last seven days.

 

1. More than 250,000 players participated in PokerStars online poker tournament, which was the largest such event all time.

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The buying-in was 1 cent (Photo: (PokerStars)

 

2. FIFA vice president Michel Platini was handed a 90-day suspension, virtually taking him out of the race for FIFA presidency.

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(Then) Not a cloud in the sky, not a care in the world (Photo: David Cannon/Getty Images)

 

3. Ladbrokes Coral merger could come through in late 2015 or early 2016 after USD 2.1 billion facility was secured.

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Joining forces (Photo: Stephen Barnes)

 

4. Jurgen Klopp will be the great addition to the Premier League as the German will bring fresh ideas and a new approach to English football.

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You know he’s jumping on the inside (Photo: Peter Byrne/PA Wire)

 

 

Meanwhile Salman, a 12 year old Jaguar on lone to The Delhi Zoo has been reportedly sent home having failed to make with their female Kalpana because he’s too fat. “The female is seen trying to entice him,” said Riaz Khan, “but he lies in a corner and refuses to respond.” Keepers report his appetite, that of the average tiger, has made him lethargic and a strictly imposed diet failed to provide improvement or any off-spring from Kalpana, who has failed to mate with three males thus far.

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Scotland v Germany 2-3 Ends Scots’ Campaign?

Sep 08, 2015
Scotland v Germany 2-3 Mario Gotze

Scotland v Germany 2-3: Puts the jocks’ EURO dreams in miracle zone (P: Reuters)

Scotland v Germany 2-3 together with the loss in Georgia hurt the Scots’ chances to qualify for EURO 2016 badly.

After the upheaval in EURO 2016 qualifying Group D, Republic of Ireland are in an excellent position to capture the third spot. They also have a chance to reach second place, ensuring outright qualification. This also means that the Scots went the opposite way. After Scotland v Germany 2-3 appeared in sports scores, and the failure in Georgia last week, they are sitting fourth, four points behind the Irish.

Watching the turnaround in Group D, it is interesting to see the odds for qualification. Republic of Ireland qualifying goes for online betting odds of 2.20 (6/5) at Bet365 Sportsbook. This is actually good business, since the Irish still have a shot at second place finish. They are also in contention for the sole spot of the best third-placed team, and their fighting spirit should help them in a possible playoff fixture as well.

ESPNFC: Germany break Scotland’s hearts in Euro 2016 qualifying

 
Germany ended their Euro 2016 qualifying struggles by beating the hosts at Hampden Park. The Scotland v Germany 2-3 meant that Joachim Low’s team is only three points away from officially being qualified for the tournament in France next summer.

For long periods of the match, they played like the side that won the World Cup last summer. They kept letting back Scotland to the game however. The hosts were able to equalize twice against the dominant Germans. They also had a shot at leveling again at the very end of the contest.

Scotland v Germany 2-3 Muller second goal

Muller celebrates scoring his second goal (Photo: Getty Images)

Joachim Low has to sort out these suicidal tendencies, if he wants to make Germany ruthless champions once again. After the Scotland v Germany 2-3, they are favourites for the European Championship title next summer however, gambling news report. Bet365 Sportsbook has a reasonable offer for them to be crowned. They are available with online betting odds of 4.00 (3/1).

With Scotland suffering two defeats in a row – they were beaten in Georgia last week -, Republic of Ireland were able to overtake them. The Boys in Green won against Gibraltar and Georgia, and now they have a shot at second place.

This will be an interesting group to watch in the last two rounds. The Irish will entertain Germany, while Poland will visit Scotland on the penultimate matchday in Group D. Then in the closing round, Poland and the Republic might decide outright qualification between each other.

BBC: Euro 2016 qualifying: Scotland are still in this – Gordon Strachan

 
Scottish national team coach Gordon Strachan said after Scotland v Germany 2-3, that his side still have a chance to qualify for the EURO 2016. Some chance. Scotland to qualify for the tournament is available with internet betting odds of 13.00 (12/1) at Bet365 Sportsbook.

That would be good money for sure. However you can bet on their failure at 1.04 (1/25). You don’t have to be an expert of gambling facts to sort out what that means. However, Strachan thinks that tracking third-placed Republic of Ireland by four points doesn’t mean that his team is out of the competition yet.

He said, “We are still in this. We’ve had two chances over the last couple of days to pick up points and we’ve not done that, so we can’t look about and blame anybody else for anything. But trust me, we’re still in this.”

Scotland v Germany 2-3 Gordon Strachan bench

Scotland coach Gordon Strachan still believes they can make it (Photo: Getty images)

He continued, “If we play like that, the same determination with a wee bit luck – when you play the world champions you need a wee bit of luck. You don’t need deflections coming off someone’s foot and creeping in the back of the net.” Strachan was talking about Germany’s luck by Thomas Muller’s shot. However, his side was also favoured by fortune, when the ball came off from Manuel Neuer and bounced back into his net from the chest of Mats Hummels, to make it 1–1.

Strachan added, “They’re a bit disappointed in there but I can feel within that disappointment that they gave it a good shot. We were just a fraction away from it being the perfect performance. We’re three or four passes from being a right good side.”

Then he concluded his press conference after the Scotland v Germany 2-3, “Every one of those guys has got something inside them that drives them on. To go behind against the world champions, go behind again and you keep coming back, keep plugging away – they can be proud of their performances. I can’t wait to get them back together. I’m really proud of them and they should be proud of themselves”.

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Netherlands Euro 2016 Chances Cut

Sep 07, 2015
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The Netherlands EURO 2016 qualifying campaign has been a disaster so far (Photo: Reuters)

After they suffered a 3-0 defeat in Turkey, Netherlands Euro 2016 chances are under serious threat.

The Dutch national team can still reach the playoffs of the Euro 2016 qualifiers, but they have to come back from a two-point handicap in two games. Now they will have a month of preparation. It is not expected that national team coach Danny Blind would leave his post after he took over the side in the summer. There is a crisis at the Dutch national side, and another change in management is hard to see bringing an instant solution.

Especially as Netherlands Euro 2016 chances are so bad that they don’t even have control over their fate. Next time they will play against Kazakhstan on the 10th October, so players will have time to clear their heads. Gambling news report that they will be 1.22 (2/9) favourites according to Betway Sportsbook in their next qualifier. However, looking at the side now, a draw for 6.00 (5/1) is also very tempting.

BBC: Euro 2016: What has gone wrong with Netherlands?

 
Several national teams celebrated the qualification for next year’s UEFA European Championships during the weekend. Two sides have booked their places for the tournament in France from Group A. They are Iceland – 67.00 (66/1) outsiders to win the Euro ’16 at Betway Sportsbook – and the Czech Republic, who are 81.00 (80/1) outsiders. Meanwhile the Dutch football giants continue to struggle.

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The real blow was actually the side’s home loss to Iceland (AFP/Getty Images)

After a defeat in Turkey, Netherlands Euro 2016 chances suffered another blow under national team coach Danny Blind. The loss on Sunday came just three days after another defeat appeared in live sports results against Iceland. There are two rounds left from the qualifiers and the Dutch are trailing Turkey by two points. This means that they only have a chance to reach the playoffs, if the Turkish lose against the Czech Republic or Iceland.

So, Turkey have to play against two sides that already have qualified for the tournament. Moreover, they are boosted by the fact that they inflicted the heaviest defeat on the Dutch since Euro 1996, when England dispatched them 4-1 at Wembley. It is no wonder that Netherlands Euro 2016 chances were cut, but they still have an outside shot to win the Euros with betting odds of 34.00 (33/1) according to Betway Sportsbook.

ESPNFC: Netherlands’ arrogance and idealism in doomed Euro 2016 bid under Blind

 
It seems that the announcement of Danny Blind did not solve problems at the Dutch national team. The side struggled under Guus Hiddink, and they have been struggling under Blind too. Netherlands Euro 2016 chances are becoming weaker and weaker. They occupy fourth place in Group A. This means that they have considerable problems.

Danny Blind Netherlands Euro 2016 coach

The blame is on Blind for the Netherlands Euro 2016 failure (Ph: gooischetamtam.nl)

Their qualification is out of their hands. Don’t forget, this is the same side that went all the way to the World Cup semifinals last summer in Brazil. They were eliminated by Lionel Messi’s Argentina on penalties, but after that they swept aside the hosts to claim the bronze medal. Though it is clear that the pragmatic approach left the team together with Louis van Gaal, they are still a puzzle, even for many experts of gambling facts.

Dutch football is all about ball control, skills and attacking approach. These are more important values for them than points and results. Still, the Dutch were able to reach second and third places in the last two World Cups by pragmatic football only. They returned to their traditional way of football since, but after Netherlands Euro 2016 chances will be completely gone, they might try something less pretty again.

It seems that those times, when the Dutch were successful by totally controlling their games are gone. Whether it is temporary or permanent, we will see. But it seems, that they have to embrace a new identity to return to world’s elite on a permanent basis.

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Wales Football Team Has a Chance to Qualify For EURO 2016

Jun 09, 2015
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Wales has quite a football team (Photo: Todosobrecamisetas)

The Wales national football team has never made it to the European Championship, and they recorded only one World Cup appearance in 1958, when they finished sixth. They were unsuccessful in the qualifiers since then, even with players like Liverpool super striker Ian Rush and Manchester United icon Ryan Giggs in the side.
They almost made it to the 1994 World Cup though, when they managed to beat Belgium, however they failed eventually. Now they have great odds to qualify for the EURO 2016, and with Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey in the team, they even have a chance against Belgium, who will face them in Cardiff on Friday for Wales’ upcoming Euro qualifier.

UEFA.com: Wales captain Gareth Bale closing on 50 caps

Gareth Bale is preparing for his 50th cap for Wales which would be a European Championship qualifier against Belgium in Cardiff on Friday. “I love playing for Wales and representing my country,” the Real Madrid star revealed. “For me, it’s the ultimate honour.”
Anyone could realize the seriousness of Bale’s drive watching him playing in the red shirt of the national football team. He helped the unbeaten Wales football team with four goals in five games, and now the Dragons are level on points with Belgium sitting on the first place in Group B, with a huge chance for qualifying to the UEFA EURO 2016 in France.

Gareth Bale Wales captain

Gareth Bale brought his team up in Group B (Photo: Reuters via DailyMail)


National team manager Chris Coleman also praised his best player, saying “His performances have been outstanding. He’s a credit. You see his reactions in the game and what it means to him.” Bale has yet to participate in a major tournament representing his country, however keen followers of sports scores know that now Wales is virtually a favourite to qualify to the Euros from Group B.

Sky Sports: Aaron Ramsey up for Wales’ European Qualifier v Belgium

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey said that the qualifier against Belgium in Cardiff will be the biggest game for Wales in a decade, gambling news report. The two teams have already met in Brussels in November for a 0-0. The Dragons now have a real chance to qualify from Group B and to represent their country in a European Championship for the first time.
A victory against Belgium would be their biggest achievement since beating Italy 2-1 in 2002, according to Ramsey. He said, “I wasn’t involved then but it’s the biggest game Wales have been involved in since then. It’s probably the biggest game we’ve played in playing for Wales with this group of players.”
Ramsey also spoke about Gareth Bale, whom he considers as one of the bests. “Our understanding is really good, he is a top quality player and it’s always nice to play with those sort of players,” Ramsey revealed.

BBC.com: Euro 2016: Wales ‘would beat’ class of 1993 – Mark Aizlewood

Followers of live sports results might remember that Wales had a very good team in 1993 that just failed to qualify to the 1994 World Cup. That outfit defeated Belgium with goals from Ryan Giggs and Ian Rush. Mark Aizlewood, a defender for Bristol City back then, was also part of the team and he thinks that the current side would beat them.
He said, “The present team would have beaten our team because they’ve got far more quality.” He went on to explain his statement, saying “Don’t get me wrong, people like Ian Rush, Dean Saunders and Ryan Giggs would have starred in today’s generation, but people like me probably wouldn’t have.”
Looking back at their game against Belgium, he said, “I was a boy from a council house in Newport finding himself on the same pitch as world superstars like Ian Rush, Mark Hughes and Ryan Giggs. My instructions from [former Wales boss] Terry Yorath were simple – When I got the ball I had to pass it to Giggs, Rush, Saunders or Hughes where the quality was.”

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EURO Qualifiers – Round 5 (Part 4)

Mar 24, 2015

Friday’s games should offer great entertainment for football fans, however the encounters set for Saturday will be even better. Israel will host Wales in a game that should see the home side struggle against a team that boasts Bale, one of the biggest stars in today’s football. Belgium will square off against Cyprus at home, a place where they should have the capacity to win.

EURO Qualifiers – Round 5 (Part 4) (March 27-31, 2015).

European Qualifiers Round 5 Latest scores – European Qualifiers:
Israel Wales 0-3
Belgium Cyprus  5-0
Bulgaria Italy  2-2
Netherlands Turkey  1-1

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EURO Qualifiers – Round 5 (Part 3)

Mar 24, 2015

The final game on Friday will see Switzerland clash with Estonia at home in a game that will bear some uncertainty as both sides have shown that they are prone to blunder. The other matches will resume on Saturday with the first one being between Kazakhstan and Iceland.

EURO Qualifiers – Round 5 (Part 3) (March 27-31, 2015).

European Qualifiers Round 5 Latest scores – European Qualifiers:
Switzerland Estonia 3-0 
Kazakhstan Iceland  0-3
Azerbaijan Malta  2-0
Croatia Norway 5-1

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EURO Qualifiers – Round 5 (Part 2)

Mar 23, 2015

So far national sides have played 4 matches in the EURO qualifiers which have produced great clashed between them. However, the stakes are about to get a lot higher as each country tried to improve their position in their respective groups. There will be plenty of exciting encounter to watch this weekend, so sporting fans are encouraged to have a look at our betting preview.

EURO Qualifiers – Round 5 (Part 2) (March 27-31, 2015).

European Qualifiers Round 5 Latest scores – European Qualifiers:
Montenegro Russia  0-0
Slovakia Luxembourg  3-0
Slovenia San Marino  6-0
Spain Ukraine  1-0

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EURO Qualifiers – Round 5 (Part 1)

Mar 23, 2015

Until now we seen great matches as national sides go up against one another to reach the EURO tournament being held in France next year. However, the games are about to get a lot more competitive as each country will aim to make their presence known in round 5 so they can represent themselves on the great football stage.

EURO Qualifiers – Round 5 (Part 1) (March 27-31, 2015).

European Qualifiers Round 5 Latest scores – European Qualifiers:
England Lithuania 4-0
Macedonia Belarus  1-2
Liechtenstein Austria  0-5
Moldova Sweden 0-2 

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