The East Central Lady Trojand got a 11-1 win against The Batesville Lady Bulldogs in Varsity Softball action.Batesville vs. EC Varsity Softball (5-13)The EC JV Team followed suit with a 10-1 victory.Batesville vs. EC JV Softball (5-13)The Lady Bulldogs will be hosting The Rushville Lady Lions this Thursday (5-15) in EIAC Play.Submitted by Batesville Coaches Jody Thomas and Mike Ploeger with Max Preps.
Liverpool’s first title in 30 years has seemed almost inevitable since they beat rivals City 3-1 at Anfield back in November, and on Thursday they finally secured the title with another loss for City, this time against Chelsea. Before the game at Anfield Jurgen Klopp’s side led by six points but, in the Sky Sports studio, Vincent Kompany was questioning if it was too early to say Liverpool could win the league, “In this case, if you look at the last decade or so, there have been numerous times where Liverpool were top of the league and there were numerous times where City were behind as well…” the Belgian said before he was interrupted. In the match Fabinho put Klopp’s side ahead after just six minutes but there was controversy as Trent Alexander-Arnold somehow wasn’t ruled to have handled the ball in his own area in the build up. Mid sentence Kompany was suddenly stopped by fellow pundit Mourinho, who was just 10 days away from getting the Spurs’ job, who argued Liverpool were ready to be champions. “They know how to win, they know how to cope with the pressure, so for me, the game today is very, very important. Loading… Jose Mourinho quietened Vincent Kompany back in November and explained to the former Manchester City captain why he felt Liverpool were ready to win the Premier League. Jose Mourinho Brilliantly Predicted Liverpool’s Title Credentials To Vincent Kompany Sadio Mane made it 3-0 after 51 minutes and Bernardo Silva’s goal with 12 minutes left was nothing more than a consolation goal.Last season City handled the pressure as Liverpool kept one point behind the then defending champions but as Liverpool pulled away from this term Kompany’s former side couldn’t keep pace. Mourinho was right all along. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Mourinho would go on to be proved right because Liverpool’s win took them nine points clear, and they would only go on to extend that lead throughout the season. “Because if the distances are three points or six points, it is still very open, but if the difference is nine points, goodbye.” Fabinho celebrates putting Liverpool ahead, on their way to opening up a nine point gap. Image: PA Images There was no questions as Mo Salah headed the Reds’ second goal just minutes later to give Pep Guardiola’s side an almighty uphill struggle. Read Also: Hungry Klopp plans to build on Liverpool title win “Even in terms of statures, if statures play something. You are the champions of England but they are the champions of Europe. “But City was the best team when I gave you the title, you never told me thank you. When I gave you the title by winning here and you didn’t even call me to say thank you, you were the best team,” Jose said in typical bullish fashion.“They were not the best, they were there, they were almost there, but you were the best team, in this moment I don’t think there is that difference in power. Promoted Content7 Action Movies That’ll Give You An Adrenaline Rush6 Best Supercars In Movies You’ll Dream To Drive At Least OnceBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeDid You Notice How Natural Simba’s Movements Looked In The Movie?11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoMost Beloved First Ladies Of All TimeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much read more
Related Articles KSA issues ‘conduct warning’ following covid marketing breaches July 28, 2020 Submit Share Altenar: Supporting expansion plans in Denmark and Portugal August 20, 2020 EGBA calls for enhanced collaboration on consumer rights August 11, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Online gambling trade body the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) has published its latest study ‘Consumer Protection in EU Online Gambling Regulation’, outlining significant all-around failings in consumer protections across EU member states.The study is authored by Dr Margaret Carran of City University London and reveals an un-harmonised and unequal marketplace with regards to online consumer protections which should be in place to safeguard player transactions and engagements.In its review of current standards, the EGBA monitors whether key principals of the ‘European Commission’s Recommendation 2014/478/EU’ had been implemented across member states focusing on the provisions of – customer verification, protection of minors, social responsibility measures, best practices and gaps within operating frameworks.Publishing its latest report, the EGBA states that the European Commission’s lead 2014 objective of ‘protecting all online gamblers in Europe’ has not been achieved as a mandate, due to substantial divergence in member state marketplace requirements with regards to underlying consumer protections.Maarten Haijer – EGBAUpdating the market, Maarten Haijer, Secretary General of the EGBA, explained: “Because online gambling in Europe is regulated at national level, the level of consumer protection provided to players varies depending on where they reside in the EU – and this is entirely inadequate for what is an inherently borderless digital sector.”“Guidelines have proven insufficient and we call on EU policymakers to act by introducing mandatory rules to ensure there is a consistently high-level of consumer protection and uniform safety nets for all online gamblers in Europe.”Key findings in the EGBA study detail that since 2014 only Denmark has implemented the EC player protections recommendation/guidelines fully.On player verification, at present 22 member states require customer identities to be verified upon application to open an online gambling account.Protecting minors, all EU member states that allow online gambling services impose a minimum age requirement, with the 22 states setting a uniform age restriction of +18-years of age.Nevertheless, the EGBA details that guidelines remain unequal with regards to advertising practices, where only 13 member states have implemented ‘no underage gambling’ signs to be displayed across advertising/marketing content.At a social responsibility level, whilst the majority of member states (23) have enforced that online gambling operators oblige a self-exclusion player function. The EGBA finds that operators are left unsupported by a lack of established self-exclusion registers (14-only) across member states.Furthermore, online gambling responsibility frameworks are hindered by the fact that no EU member state ‘automatically refers at-risk gamblers to health group organisation or treatment centres upon self-exclusion’.In its report summary, the EGBA further outlines that the European Commission has failed to deliver an appropriate review of online gambling safeguards within member states that was meant to be processed by January 2017.Concluding – “The study attributes this failure to the voluntary, non-binding nature of the guidelines and concludes that mandatory EU rules are needed to ensure a uniform, high-level of consumer protection for online gamblers in Europe”. read more