Sam Houston’s Cowser, Central Arkansas’ Cameron Earn Weekly Baseball Honors

first_imgFRISCO, Texas – Sam Houston State outfielder Colton Cowser is the Southland Conference Hitter of the Week and Central Arkansas hurler Noah Cameron earns Pitcher of the Week honors, the league announced Monday. Southland Conference Players of the Week are presented by MidSouth Bank.Cowser reached base safely in 13 of his 18 plate appearances over four games last week, a mid-week loss to Louisiana Tech on Tuesday and a weekend series win over Incarnate Word. With three multi-hit games, the freshman recorded a hit in nine of his 14 at-bats, good for a .643 average on the week. Sam Houston State (12-5, 5-1 SLC) hosts Baylor at 6:30 p.m. CT Tuesday before heading to The Big Easy for a three-game weekend series against New Orleans, beginning with a 6:30 p.m. first pitch on Friday. Cameron helped lead the Bears to a series-clinching win on Saturday, tossing a complete-game shutout as Central Arkansas blanked Nicholls 5-0. The Bears continue a nine-game homestand with a 6 p.m. contest against Oral Roberts before hosting Stephen F. Austin over the weekend.Hitter of the Week – Colton Cowser, Sam Houston State – Freshman – Outfielder – Cypress, TexasIn the series opener against Incarnate Word, Cowser reached base in all five plate appearances, drawing two walks and tallying three hits while scoring four of the Bearkats’ 10 runs.After going 1-for-3 with a walk, hit-by-pitch and stolen base in the middle game of the weekend, he delivered another three-hit performance in the finale, driving in four runs and a pair of extra-base hits: a homer and a double. Honorable Mention: Jeffrey Elkins, Northwestern State; Luke Marbach, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Taylor Smith, Incarnate Word.Pitcher of the Week – Noah Cameron, Central Arkansas – Freshman – Pitcher – St. Joseph, Mo.In his fourth career start, Cameron surrendered just four singles and struck out 13 Colonels in a complete-game shutout victory on Saturday. Over the weekend, Central Arkansas sat down 47 batters on strikes while walking just six. Entering the weekend, Nicholls ranked in the top half of the conference with a .280 team batting average.Honorable Mention: Spencer Chirpich, Abilene Christian; Cullen McDonald, Northwestern State; Alex Palmer, Stephen F. Austin.Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.last_img read more

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Government Cries Foul

first_imgCote d’Ivoire was the first neighboring country to close its border to Liberia and halt movements of people, ships and flights. The Foreign Ministry stressed that the current Ebola outbreak is not only a problem for Liberia and other worst-hit countries: “It is also a test of human solidarity amidst human adversity”.      The Ministry, meanwhile paid tribute to the many countries, whether big or small, that have rendered exemplary assistance and empathy to Liberia since the outset of the Ebola epidemic in the country, adding that those countries deserve tremendous credit for the progress Liberia is beginning to register in its fight against Ebola. These measures, the Statement noted, are inconsistent with advice from the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and other experts. The Liberian Government, the Statement noted, has protested against these unnecessary restrictions and stigmatization through a variety of channels, including direct diplomatic contacts to the countries involved and advocacy at multilateral fora, including the AU and the United Nations.  The Liberian Government, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has reiterated its concern over the manner in which Liberian citizens are being stigmatized due to the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in the country. The Statement particularly hailed the Government and people of Cote d’Ivoire for the resumption of flights by its national carrier, Air Cote d’Ivoire, to Liberia and other Ebola affected countries: “We hope that others will soon follow suit in line with commitments made over a month ago.” “Blanket visa suspensions and other extremely harsh actions do not necessarily isolate Ebola; they only isolate countries affected by Ebola; and by so doing, they do not only undermine the ability of affected countries to effectively and expeditiously fight the disease but also compound the long-term socio-economic impacts of the Ebola crisis”, the statement said. Minister Ngafuan termed this situation as the height of unfairness and blanket stigmatization attitudes by some countries to treat every Liberian who constitutes a part of the country’s 4 million population as though he or she is an Ebola carrier because over 6,000 persons have been infected with the virus in Liberia since March 2014. The statement also noted that countries perpetrating these harsh measures do not take into consideration such particularities as to whether or not the Liberian passport holder had in fact been in Liberia over the past one month or so or whether or not the passport holder had come in close contact with any infected person. The Ministry asserted that the Liberian Government does not contest the right of any Government to protect, first and foremost, the interest and well-being of its own citizens and residents; but strongly urges leaders of the world – heads of state and government, parliamentarians, ministers, etc., to take measures that achieve the double objective of protecting their own citizens and at the same time assisting countries battling with Ebola to quickly contain the disease.  The Ministry of Foreign Affairs asserted that these harsh measures also run counter to the September 18, 2014 UN Security Council Resolution 2177, sponsored by over 130 countries, and the decision of the Extraordinary Meeting of the Executive Council of the African Union (AU) held on September 8, 2014 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The Foreign Ministry, as a way of averting and promptly responding to travel and other complications that may be experienced by Liberians due to stigmatization, disclosed a series of local and international phone numbers, and email addresses as well as the Ministry’s FaceBook address. Foreign Minister Ngafuan noted that citizens and residents of Ebola affected countries have already been victimized by the deadly virus and that it is unfair and unconscionable for them to be doubly victimized by actions that are not necessarily aimed at attacking the disease, but rather attacking the fact that they hold a particular type of passport.  The Foreign Ministry further narrated that in order to forestall such difficulties, it advises officials of government and ordinary Liberian citizens, to the extent they feel comfortable to do so, to apprize the Ministry via email of their travel itineraries at least two days before their date of travel out of Liberia: “This will enable the Ministry to contact the Liberian mission(s) accredited to the country (ies) of travel to take proactive actions and be on the alert to assist whenever travel complications arise.” The Foreign Minister referenced the ordeal of a young Liberian lady named A. Boffah Kollie, who was denied entry at the airport of a country (name withheld) in which she had gone to begin graduate studies in Medicine.  This, said the Minister, is just one of many heart-rending stories that the Foreign Ministry receives daily.  Of recent, Morocco has expressed skepticism about hosting the African Cup of Nations in Rabat fearing that people from Ebola-affected countries may spread the disease in that north African country. The contact channels will afford Liberians facing these stigmatizing circumstances the opportunity to alert the Ministry of the specifics of their case: “While we cannot guarantee that acceptable redress will be found in every case, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs assures the general Liberian public that it will exhaust all available diplomatic options to bring relief to Liberians or groups of Liberians facing such embarrassment.” The Ministry then disclosed that in order to improve the safety of travel and enhance confidence internationally, the Government of Liberia, with capacity support from partners including the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has been implementing robust and strict exit and entry screening procedures at all our air, land and sea ports.CONTACT DETAILSDirect Contact to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Monrovia:CELL NO: +231 770 262 756 and + 231 886 002 728Email: foreignaffairslib1847@yahoo.comFacebook: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of LiberiaLiberians may choose to also contact the following hotlines at the following Liberian missions abroad:United States of America:Hotlines:+1 646-287-9755 and +1240-396-7246United Kingdom (UK):Hotlines:+44-7459704031 and +44-7438516153Belgium:Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) “While we appreciate the assistance from governments and other partners from across the world in our fight against Ebola, it should be noted that no amount of external assistance can be more appreciated by the Liberian people in these trying times than to be treated with respect and dignity.” South Africa was the second to announce stopping its citizens from entering Liberia and Liberians from entering South Africa. A Foreign Ministry press statement read, by Foreign Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan at the daily news briefing of the Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism (MICAT) last Wednesday, expressed deep concern over a rising trend of measures and reactions on the part of some members of the global community that can only be described as disproportionate and panic-driven. Also citing another reference to the UN, the Government through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the UN Security Council, in its unanimous Resolution 2177 “expressed concern about the detrimental effect of the isolation of the affected countries as a result of trade and travel restrictions imposed on the affected countries”, and called on “Member States, including of the region, to lift general travel and border restrictions, imposed as a result of the Ebola outbreak, that contribute to the further isolation of the affected countries”.last_img read more

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Kwakwani man dies after lorry topples

first_imgA Kwakwani, Berbice resident was on Friday evening killed after losing control of the vehicle he was driving along the 14 Miles Potaro Road, Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni). Dead is 30-year-old Kevon Sauers of Kwakwani River Front, Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice).Reports are at about 21:00h on the day in question, Sauers was driving motor lorry GSS 6366 with a trailer bearing registration number TRR 5291 and in the vicinity of 14 Miles Potaro, when the vehicle encountered mechanical problems while descending a hill.It was at this time, the driver lost control of the vehicle causing it to topple several times before coming to a halt. Sauers was reportedly pinned and died on the spot.The porter, Clifton Charles Rodrigues, who was with the now dead man at the time escaped with injuries.Sauers’ body was removed after persons cut through the wreckage. He was taken to the Mahdia Hospital Mortuary. A team of Police Officers has travelled to the scene as investigations continue.Only last week, the Police stated that at the end of January 2018, the Force record a 20 per cent increase in road accidents but a 14 per cent decline in road fatalities when compared to the same period last year.Up to the end of January, six persons have lost their lives. The Police also reported that serious, minor and damage accidents have declined by 17 per cent, 15.3 per cent and 13 per cent respectively.Speeding and drunk driving, coupled with speeding and pedestrians crossing in the path of approaching vehicles, were the main causes of the fatal accidents reports for the first month of the year.last_img read more

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Minibus driver arraigned for Ogle fatal accident

first_imgThe driver of the motor vehicle that was involved in the fatal accident on Saturday evening at Ogle Public Road, East Coast Demerara (ECD) was slapped with two counts of causing death by dangerous driving, and on Tuesday appeared at the Sparendaam Magistrate’s Court.Umesh Boodram, of Lot 20 Campbellville, Georgetown, stood before MagistrateDead: Rameshwar SinghZamina Ally-Seepaul and was not allowed to plead to the indictable offence.The charge stated that on December 9, 2018 on the Ogle Access Road, ECD, he drove dangerously causing the death of 18-year-old Rameshwar Singh, called “Alvin”, and 20-year-old Jason Harris, both of Cummings Lodge.However, Boodram was granted bail in the sum of $600,000. He was ordered to make his next court appearance on January 16, 2019.The young men were struck down while returning home from a nearby service station.As initially reported, the driver was reportedly proceeding along the roadway when he attempted to make a right turn when the motorcycle that was controlled by Harris collided with his vehicle.The impact reportedly threw Harris and Singh onto the roadway, where they sustained severe injuries.They were rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital, where Singh wasDead: Jason Harrispronounced dead on arrival and Harris was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), where he took his last breath on Sunday.A breathalyser test conducted on the driver of the motor pick-up showed no sign of alcohol in his system.last_img read more

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Chinese fans round on ‘rat’ Tevez after holiday barb

first_img0Shares0000Carlos Tevez missed half of Shenhua’s CSL games injured, out of form or out of shape, and when he did play he failed to justify his hefty pay cheque, scoring four league goals © AFP / Chandan KHANNASHANGHAI, China, Jan 17 – Furious Chinese football fans branded Carlos Tevez shameless and “a rat” on Wednesday after the Argentine striker described his ill-fated spell at Shanghai Shenhua as a “holiday for seven months”.The 33-year-old struggled for form and fitness during a disastrous stint in China, where he was among the best-paid players in the world on a reported weekly salary of 730,000 euros. He brought his Chinese nightmare to a premature end when he returned to Boca Juniors earlier this month and on Monday joked with Argentine television channel TyC Sports: “It’s fine because I was on holiday for seven months.”That prompted an outpouring of anger on Chinese social media, with fans of a number of Chinese Super League (CSL) clubs rounding on the man often disparagingly labelled “very homesick boy” in the Asian country.“Football hooligan, please get your arse out and never return to China again. Scum,” wrote one on Weibo, China’s equivalent of Twitter.“I wonder if there is anyone more shameless than him,” added another.Tevez missed half of Shenhua’s CSL games injured, out of form or out of shape, and when he did play he failed to justify his hefty pay cheque, scoring just four league goals.As well as hitting out at Tevez, whose previous clubs include Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus, Chinese fans also said Shenhua should take same of the blame.“After looking at Tevez’s interview my heart as a Chinese football fan is again deeply hurt,” wrote another on Weibo.“While we are chasing Tevez like a rat crossing the street, China’s (football) managers should also do some good self-reflection.”In contrast, Tevez has been warmly welcomed back for his third stint at Boca and has a supporter in Argentine great Diego Maradona.“He filled Santa’s sack with dollars and came back to Boca,” Maradona was quoted as saying by Argentine TV earlier this month.Shenhua, who are keen to draw a line under the Tevez fiasco, declined to comment.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Liverpool face missing out on Portugal Euro 2016 star as Inter launch £42m bid

first_img1 Inter Milan have moved ahead of Liverpool in the race for Portugal star Joao Mario by making an offer of £42m.The Sporting Lisbon midfielder is attracting plenty of interest this summer after helping his country go all the way at Euro 2016.Liverpool are one of those interested in the 23-year-old and they had a bid of £33.5m rejected back in July.Inter are keen on Mario too and they are now leading the race to sign him as, according to Record, they have made an offer of £42m.The deal is structured so that the Italian side will pay £38.5m upfront, with a further £3.5m made up by bonuses.Inter previously failed with an offer of £29m plus £8.3m in add-ons, but they are hopeful this latest approach will be enough to land Mario. Joao Mario in action for Portugal at Euro 2016 last_img read more

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CONCERN OVER FUTURE OF LEADER JOBS IN DONEGAL

first_imgWith less than three months remaining until the EU rural development projects are taken over by County Councils, serious concerns have arisen that employees currently working for the Leader companies will lose their jobs at the end of June.Councillor Ian McGarveyThe Tirconail Tribune report that staff at the Donegal Leader Companies including DLDC in Letterkenny have been left in the dark about their future employment under the new regime from July 1st.It appears that around eight posts in Letterkenny have remained unfilled since it was announced that the current administration model was being changed. And according to sources, the five full time employees in Letterkenny have been left in the dark with no communication as to their future status.The former number of 1,500 employees of Leader companies across Ireland has been halved and most of those left have no idea if they will have a job in July.Cllr. Ian McGarvey said he is aware of the issues involved and he does not agree with the new mechanism because it is a further attempt to take funds away from rural Ireland.He is raising the issue with Council officials this week. Since the Donegal Local Development Company was founded the company has been one of Donegal’s major success stories with a track record that no other government agency can match. The company has been instrumental in overseeing the delivery of €55 million in that period with direct funding of €23 million in grant assistance to hundred of projects.With Donegal going to get €12.9 million in rural development funding between now and 2020 the cut from the previous allocation of €25 million is more serious because for the first time the urban area of Letterkenny is now included. We are being told that Leader must now embrace a wide range of community projects for the Letterkenny area on a seriously reduced budget. And as a consequence many rural based initiatives may have to be scrapped entirely.This means that the overall cut to the Donegal allocation may be in the order of 55% said one political source this week.Already the new funding mechanism is causing political ructions. Eamon O’Cuiv of FF has accused the Environment Minister, Alan Kelly of effectively taking away €250 million of rural development funding from ‘truly rural areas’ and redirecting it to more urban locations. He is to raise his concerns with the EU Commission.For the past 22 years, Leader funding has allowed investment to thousands of projects in rural Ireland and in terms of the number of jobs it supports it has been a big success.. Part of that success story has been the way it has been administered and managed locally. Launched in 1991 by the then Commissioner for Agriculture, Ray MacSharry, funding under Leader was administered by not for profit local development companies who distributed grants and other supports to projects within their areas.The approach and success of the programme in Ireland was regarded internationally as a model of best practice and the Irish LDCs are at the forefront of an EU-wide Leader movement constituting more than 2,000 groups in 28 member states. That is all about to change.Environment Minister Phil Hogan decided to ‘align’ the LDCs with local authorities under ‘socio-economic committees’ (SECs). The fear is that these largely voluntary bodies will be eventually subsumed within county councils, with all the bureaucracy and politicisation that this method entails.Opposition to the Government’s plan is being spearheaded by the Irish Local Development Network, which in the past year supported almost 2,000 enterprises and administered €200m in funding. It contends that the change would cost the Government more than €20m, would put 2,000 jobs at risk and could even jeopardise further EU funding. Independent MEP Marian Harkin has pointed out that the success of the community groups in terms of job creation was at least on a par with the achievements of the IDA and Enterprise Ireland. Claiming that the move will “eliminate genuine community voluntary participation and replace it with jobs for the boys”, she said that one of the abiding strengths of the local community structure was that it did not have friends in high places.In those circumstances many political and community leaders will find it very difficult see any good reason for dismantling a system that has provided jobs in areas that foreign investment rarely touches. It is not as if the local authorities have been clamouring for such a role. They do not want the job, presumably because they recognise that they have neither the experience nor the expertise to match the achievements to date.The representative body of Leader companies in Ireland, the Irish Local Development Network has said that reduced investment in rural Ireland under the Rural Development Programme will have far reaching consequences for those most marginalised in rural Ireland.John Walsh, ILDN Chairman said: “The current Leader programme implemented by their Local Development Companies has been a huge success for rural Ireland. Since 2009, 8,698 rural enterprises were funded through Leader which supported the creation of 4,084 rural jobs. This during one of the worst economic times Ireland has faced in recent decades. Leader also improved the quality of life for rural communities with significant investments in community infrastructure across the country.”He adds: “At a time when rural communities are hit daily with reductions in public services, Post Offices closures and the scaling back of rural transport services, this additional cut will be seen by many as another slash and burn announcement for rural Ireland.”Meanwhile those currently employed by the Leader Companies can only wait and hope they will still have a job on July 1st.CONCERN OVER FUTURE OF LEADER JOBS IN DONEGAL was last modified: April 9th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Cllr Ian McGarveydonegaljobsLEADERlast_img read more

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GAA star avoids jail after paying victim €2,500 after walking-stick attack

first_imgA GAA star who attacked an elderly man with his own walking stick after a row at a chip shop has escaped going to jail.Tyrone star Dean McNally was told by a Judge that he can consider himself “extremely lucky” after he was ordered to pay his victim €2,500 in compensation. Dean McNally, aged 27, previously appeared at Letterkenny District Court in Co Donegal after being told to pay victim Eugene Ferry €2,000.The court heard how there had been a verbal row at a chip shop involving McNally, two of his friends and an elderly gentleman using a walking stick.The row spilt out onto the street outside the Downings Bay Hotel on the night of March 4th, 2017.Outside McNally, who plays for both Tyrone and Kildress, broke Mr Eugene Ferry’s walking stick on the ground.Mr Ferry was then pushed to the ground during the incident and hurt his hand.He then threw the other part of the walking stick at the elderly man hitting him in the back.The court was also told that both McNally and his two friends then began to verbally abuse Mr Ferry.Victim Eugene Ferry who was attacked with his own walking stick. Pic by Northwest Newspix.The victim made a complaint to bouncers who contacted Gardai about the matter.Garda Colm McConigley viewed CCTV footage of the attack and was able to identify McNally as the culprit.Solicitor for the accused, of 23 Cabhan Alvinn, Pomeroy, Dungannon, Co Tyrone, Mr Kieran O’Gorman, said his client had no previous convictions.He said his client was of good character and never meant to get involved in any row.He is charged with being intoxicated, using threatening and abusive language and also assault.He handed in a number of references to Judge Paul Kelly on behalf of McNally whom the court was told is engaged to be married.A victim impact statement on behalf of the victim was handed into court and Judge Paul Kelly handed the statement to McNally to read.Mr Ferry said he did not have any medical expenses as a result of the attack.McNally told the court “I apologise for what happened and I should not have been involved.”The court was initially told that €500 had been paid to Mr Ferry as compensation but Mr Ferry said that this was not the case.He added that he had been offered €100 but nothing had ever come of it.Judge Paul Kelly asked if two other accused men involved in the case had appeared before the court.He then said “I’m curious about the other two individuals. The injured party said he was attacked by three males outside chip shop. Is he covering up for other people is the question I’m asking.”Garda Inspector Goretti Sheridan told the court that it was a bouncer outside the premises who identified McNally and that no other people had been sought in connection with the attack.Judge Kelly ordered that €2,000 be handed over to Mr Ferry and also that another €500 lodged in court by McNally be given to the victim.“On that basis, I will strike out the charges against him. He can consider himself extremely fortunate. He can consider himself very lucky,” he added.GAA star avoids jail after paying victim €2,500 after walking-stick attack was last modified: April 12th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:attackDean McNallydownings bay hotelEugene FerryGAAStarTyronelast_img read more

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DONEGAL TEENAGER SIGNS FIRST PROFESSIONAL CONTRACT WITH STEVENAGE

first_imgFormer Letterkenny Rovers Youth star Dale Gorman has penned a professional contract with League Two side Stevenage FC. The talented midfielder was signed by Stevenage FC in the summer of 2013.Gorman has spent the last two years with the club’s academy side and has delivered a series of accomplished displays which have ultimately earned him a professional contract with the club’s first-team. Gorman is due home now for six weeks before returning to Stevenage in the middle of June for his first pre-season with the first-team.Gorman expressed his delight on his Facebook timeline, “Delighted to have signed my first professional contract at Stevenage FC.“Back home tomorrow for the summer break and looking foward to the season ahead. 🙂Gorman comes from good stock, his father Anthony played for Linfield FC and won several League titles. He also played with Derry City, Sligo Rovers and Finn Harps during an illustrious career.DONEGAL TEENAGER SIGNS FIRST PROFESSIONAL CONTRACT WITH STEVENAGE was last modified: May 7th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Dale GormannewsProfessional ContractSportStevenage FClast_img read more

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Every Premier League side ranked by chance they have of being relegated this term

first_img Mark Hughes guided Southampton to safety last term, but he might not do the same this time around 5. Newcastle – 28 per cent chance of being relegated this season4. Burnley – 35 per cent chance of being relegated this season3. Fulham – 36 per cent chance of being relegated this season2. Huddersfield – 53 per cent chance of being relegated this season TOP WORK Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? It’s been a season of struggle for David Wagner, and that looks set to continue revealed SORRY 1. Cardiff – 54 per cent chance of being relegated this season How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 changes Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? huge blow 4 gameday cracker Fulham and Southampton are certainly not clear of the drop as their struggles have left the pair just two points clear of the bottom three, while every other side up to Everton in 11th will probably consider themselves candidates for relegation.It’s still very early in the season to be making calls on which teams will be relegated come the end of the campaign, but talkSPORT.com have taken a look at the stats to do just that. Guardiola-inspired tactics: Is this how Arsenal will line up under Arteta? Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion whoops Neil Warnock’s Cardiff have been tipped for relegation ever since their promotion Despite Watford’s bright start to the season they could still face the drop tense 4 10. Everton – six per cent chance of being relegated this season=8. West Ham, Crystal Palace – 14 per cent chance of being relegated this season7. Brighton – 19 per cent chance of being relegated this season6. Southampton – 25 per cent chance of being relegated this season Most read in Premier League Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury 4 Though many consider predictions nothing more than guesswork, the experts at FiveThirtyEight have built a model which calculates the percentage chance every side has of dropping out the division..Using their data, we present the chance all 20 Premier League teams have of being relegated from the top flight this season. You can see the results below…=15. Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal, Man United – less than one per cent chance of being relegated this season14. Bournemouth – two per cent chance of being relegated this season=12. Leicester, Wolves – three per cent chance of being relegated this season11. Watford – five per cent chance of being relegated this season 4 latest The Premier League relegation battle is shaping up to be rather thrilling as the season wears on.Three sides – Huddersfield, Cardiff and Newcastle – have yet to win a single match, and have between them just seven points out of a possible 24. predicted last_img read more

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