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Friday, March 25, 2011

Gyan Wins most popular entertainer in Ghana

Asamoah Gyan

Ghanaian football star international Asamoah Gyan has been crowned the most popular entertainer in Ghana at the Most Popular Entertainer of Ghana (MPEG) Awards ceremony, held at the National Theatre.
The college, composed of professionals and observers of different disciplines in Ghana, has selected 10 winners for the first edition include:
The most entertaining personality footballer of the year: Asamoah Gyan
Personality boxing's most entertaining of the year: Joseph Agbeko
The most entertaining film acting personality of the year: Adu Kofi (Agya Koo)
Most of the personality of the stage acting of the Year: Andrew Adotey
The most exciting comedy personality of the year: Benson Funny Face
The most exciting musical personality of the year: Dede Amakye
Most Receive Broadcast Radio Personality of the Year: Banson Fife (Accra), Kwame Adinkra (Kumasi), Nana Otu Gyandoh (Takoradi)
Most receive television broadcast personality of the year: Nana Aba Anamoah
The ceremony honored accomplished individuals and institutions for their contribution to the entertainment of Ghana in the last year and over the years has been a night of honors, laughter and music industry legends came out to award prices to the stars of this! MPEG honored individuals who have excelled in their respective fields, and considered by the College individuals who distinguish themselves among their peers based on monitoring of entertainment in 2010.
The ceremony was hosted by singer / rapper / actor A-Plus got the crowd cracking their ribs in a certain mood. There were also performances by women Dela Hayes stripe, Kofi B, Okyeame Kwame, Bertha, and Dada Halfco.

Asamoah Gyan has emerged the most popular artist after the public vote among the 10 winners. There were also awards for the National Theatre of Ghana, for his contribution to arts and entertainment in Ghana, as well as the Lifetime Achievement Award for veteran actress, Dzifa Glikpo.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Now the season ends for Arsenal's defender Johan Djourou.

ARSENAL’S defender Johan Djourou will miss the rest of the season after suffering a dislocated shoulder in his side’s FA Cup quarter-final defeat to Manchester United.
Johan Djourou in action

Djourou was injured in the second half at Old Trafford as he almost turned Wayne Rooney’s cross into his own net. The 24-year old took a nasty blow in reaching for the ball when team-mate Bacary Sagna crashed into him and he eventually left the field on a stretcher after extensive treatment.

“Unfortunately, we have lost Djourou now for the rest of the season,” manager Arsene Wenger confirmed after the 0-2 loss that leaves the Gunners with just the Premier League to play for this season.

With Thomas Vermaelen still injured, Djourou’s absence again leaves Arsenal light at the back as it heads into the title run-in. Djourou’s injury was a gloomy postscript to a shattering fortnight for Arsenal. Two weeks ago, Gunners’ supporters were talking optimistically of an unprecedented quadruple.

Losses to Birmingham and Barcelona in the Carling Cup final and Champions League respectively wrecked that dream, and goals from Fabio and Wayne Rooney on either side of the break at Old Trafford now leave Arsenal with only the league title to chase.

“I cannot fault our effort but things do not go our way at present,” Wenger said. “We have lost three big challenges in a strange way.

“One in the last minute with a goal from nowhere, one under very strange circumstances in Barcelona and today in a match where we were not outplayed but were punished by a team that was more clinical than us.”

Wenger is trying to maintain a positive air but felt the hangover from the disappointment of Tuesday’s defeat at the Nou Camp was still present in too many of his players’ performances. He noted: “Subconsciously, I feel the disappointment of Tuesday played a part in the game.
Johan Djourou

“You could see something has gone, not in our effort or attitude, but confidence-wise. But I don’t feel like the season is slipping away. I believe we can do it (win the title). It is a good test for us now to show we can regroup and show the mental strength and togetherness quickly.“We will have to answer this kind of question in the next two or three weeks, we have to show we have an answer. We are used to being questioned. We have to show we are strong enough to deal with it.”

Now the season ends for Arsenal's defender Johan Djourou. What is your take on this, post your comments below.

ICC: Collingwood focused on helping England in quarters.

PAUL Collingwood
PAUL Collingwood has too much on his mind trying to help England through to the quarter-finals of the World Cup to worry about how long his own international career may continue.

England has never won this competition in nine previous attempts, stretching back to 36 years, and is in danger of leaving before the knockout stages for the fourth successive time. A surprise victory for Holland against Bangladesh in Chittagong could yet change that uncomfortable equation.

On a day it was suggested that captain Andrew Strauss might be about to quit ODIs after this sub-continental campaign - a move understood to be highly unlikely - Collingwood insisted that he was looking no more than four days into the future. He said: “You put the whole thing together, and we’re a formidable team. We want to do that against the West Indies.”

Paul Collingwood acknowledging sheers from fans
England’s problem has been marrying the skills of each of the three disciplines of batting, bowling and fielding. More often than not, one of the above has been off colour and has let the side down.
Collingwood, who is no longer sure of his place as a regular after a worrying lack of batting form for much of this winter, added: “We really need to focus on getting this complete game.
“If we do, we will be very hard to beat for any team. We really have to look at the positives and focus on our strengths.”
As for his own future, Collingwood admits that it will be regrets if he cannot look back one day and say he was involved in a successful World Cup campaign.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Siasia Picks 20 for Obama Cup.

.:Got Sports Wonders:.
Super Eagles' Head Coach, Samson Siasia has selected 20 home-based players who will represent Nigeria at the United States President's Holiday Celebration Soccer Tournament, otherwise known as the Green Bowl Soccer Tournament, which takes place in Dallas, Texas, United States of America next weekend.
The Super Eagles battle Costa Rica, Mexico and Panama at the annual soccer event.
Samson Siasia.

Last Thursday, the United States Embassy in Nigeria issued entry visas into America to 22 players and eight officials of the Nigeria team for the competition meant for domestic league players of the countries involved.
The list made available to reporters by the NFF at the weekend, indicate that out of the 22 players earlier picked, Siasia has dropped goalkeeper Bassey Akpan and striker Gbolahan Salami, two players recently slammed with one-year ban by the Disciplinary Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation for indiscipline and appalling lack of self-control.
Top on the list is domestic league current highest goals scorer Ekigho Ehiosun, Kano Pillars towering defender Abdul-Wasiu Sowemimo, experienced Heartland FC defender Chibuzor Okonkwo and Victor Ezeji.
There are also goalkeepers Chigozie Agbim and Sunday Rotimi, as well as strikers Ejike Uzoenyi, Gambo Mohammed and Joseph Thompson.

Also picked for the tournament are defenders Valentine Nwabili, Yinka Adedeji and Gege Soriola, as well as midfielders Julius Ubido, Bartholomew Ibenegbu, Harrison Egbune and Stanley Okoronkwo.
The rest are Bernard Okorowanta, Osas Okoro, Cletus Itodo and Yusuf Jaiyeola.
Apart from coaches Samson Siasia, Simon Kalika and Ike Shorunmu, the other officials on the team include Team Coordinator Emmanuel Attah, Secretary Enebi Achor, Team Doctor Ibrahim Gyaran, Team Physiotherapist Wale Oladejo and Team Curator Chidi Ngoka.
The contingent will depart from Murtala Muhammed International Airport aboard a Delta Airline flight on Wednesday, February 23 for the tournament
Siasia Talking to His Player.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Cycling Great Armstrong says he's not affected by drug probe

Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong says he is not affected on a daily basis by an ongoing US federal investigation into drug use by cyclists.
In an interview in Thursday's Sydney Morning Herald - his first newspaper interview since July - Armstrong spoke of problems affecting cycling but would not elaborate on the Food and Drug Administration investigation.
Lance Armstrong © Gallo Images

A grand jury in Los Angeles has been hearing evidence from an investigation for months in closed sessions.
Asked about the hearings which were prompted by allegations by disgraced American cyclist Floyd Landis, Armstrong told the Herald, "I don't let it affect me.
"I have five kids to raise. I have a foundation to help run and lead. I still have, theoretically, a job - I ride my bike and train every day. It has no effect in what I do on a daily basis."
In the wide-ranging Herald interview, Armstrong talks about problems facing cycling, his recent visit to American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, and his concern for victims of flooding in Australia's Queensland and New South Wales states.
The interview precedes Armstrong's appearance in the Tour Down Under in South Australia from January 16 to 23 which is likely to be his last international race. He will likely compete in the Tour of California next month before concentrating on his preparation for October's Hawaii Ironman.
Armstrong indicated concern for the state of cycling and for the future of the sport given to scandal, recrimination and bitter public debate.
"It's a long, long conversation that would take many, many beers to try and scratch the surface on," he said.
"But it's at a sensitive state right now. Other sports have a done a good job ignoring whatever issue they may or may not have or dealing with it internally, or dealing with it through a players' union or teams' union or governing body.
"Our (issues) most of the time play out in the public eye, (with) people popping off in the press. As long as that kind of anarchy exists we'll never move forward.
"It's easy for people to use the UCI (International Cycling Union) as a sort of whipping boy. To me there is total lack of solidarity or unity when it comes to the athlete and the team. Whether it's entry to races, or race radios, there will still be issues.
"You can never come to a consensus, which is fine. But some of it should be dealt with behind closed doors ... among the teams, among the riders who (must) come to a solution that should be the approach they move forward with. But it's not. People walk out of these meetings and immediately ... start popping off (to the media)."
Armstrong said it was now too late for him to effect positive change in cycling.
"Being close to 40, those days are done," he said. "Cycling has been great to me. (But) from now on, I ride for fun. I ride for pleasure. I ride for fitness.
"I plan on keeping the ties I have, whether it's the local bike shop, (my) development team or multisport stuff that include bikes - triathlon or mountain bike - or charity rides I enjoy. That will be my connection.".:Got Sports Wonders:.

Isner inspires US to sixth Hopman Cup title

John Isner inspired the United States to Hopman Cup glory in Perth on Saturday as they beat Belgium 2-1 to win the mixed team event for the sixth time.
The world number 19 crushed Ruben Bemelmans 6-3 6-4 to level the tie after Bethanie Mattek-Sands had been beaten 7-6 6-3 by former world No 1 Justine Henin in the opening match.
Isner then joined forces with Mattek-Sands to win the deciding mixed doubles 6-1 6-3 to give the United States a well-deserved victory.
John Isner © Gallo Images

"This has been a great, great week," Isner said. "I'd like to thank Bethanie, her back's got to be hurting because she's been carrying me all week."
The winners were each awarded a gold and diamond-encrusted tennis ball as their prize, much to the delight of Mattek-Sands.
"I actually saw these when I first got here and I thought they were the best trophy in tennis," she said. "It's been an amazing week."
Belgium were a late replacement in the final for Serbia, who had to pull out after Ana Ivanovic suffered an injury.
From 1-1 in the first set, Henin and world number 58 Mattek-Sands shared eight consecutive service breaks but both managed to hold to force a tiebreak.
Mattek-Sands had been aggressive throughout and her attacking tennis paid off when she held two set points 6-4, only for Henin to find her game just in time to take it 8-6.
The American then broke in the first game of the second set on her way to a 3-1 lead but Henin, in her first event back after six months out with a fractured elbow, then hit top gear and won 18 of the last 19 points to seal victory.
"When I heard I had to play the final I was really mentally getting ready to go to Melbourne," Henin said.
"It took me until 3-1 down in the second set to start playing my game but in the last five games I really found my level and it was good to finish with a win.
"But they were the better team today and I think the best team of the week won," Henin said. "John was just too big but it's been great preparation for the Australian Open."
Isner never gave Bemelmans a chance in the men's singles, serving 13 aces as he brushed aside the young Belgian to level the tie..:Got Sports Wonders:.

Tennis: Russia's Zvonareva shows star quality

Russian tennis ace Vera Zvonareva threw down the gauntlet ahead of the Australian Open with an awe-inspiring demolition of world No 1 Caroline Wozniacki in Hong Kong on Saturday.
The 26-year-old took just 56 minutes and dropped just one game as she thrashed the Dane 6-1, 6-0 on the back of an equally ruthless straight-sets win over Venus Williams at the exhibition tournament.
"It was a great match and I played some good tennis," Zvonareva said of her mesmerising performance, to cheers from the capacity crowd at the 3 600 Victoria Park stadium.
Vera Zvonareva © Gallo Images

"I'm just happy to be back here in Hong Kong. I'm enjoying the atmosphere – everyone came here to support us. It was my first two matches out here in Hong Kong to start the season and I'm definitely excited about it.
"And the way I played those two matches, I'm very happy, so hopefully I can keep the form and play some good tennis in Australia."
Wozniacki, 20, who rose to the top of the rankings in October last year, topped the bill at this week's Hong Kong Tennis Classic World Team Challenge.
But it was her Russian rival who has emerged as the player to be feared when the Australian Open starts in Melbourne on January 17.
Zvonareva, who enjoyed a career-best season last year, pounced on her opponent's weak second serve without mercy and overwhelmed the Dane at the baseline, taking the first set in just 25 minutes.
Wozniacki, renowned for her consistency, made an uncharacteristic 10 unforced errors against just one winner in the first set and quickly dropped two service games in the second as Zvonareva took complete control.
"Vera played very well today – I definitely didn't play to my level," said a circumspect Wozniacki. "I had some good shots but then I had some very bad shots and the wrong selection of shots. I just need to learn from this one."
The Hong Kong exhibition, which ends on Saturday, features four three-player teams, representing Europe, Russia, the Americas and Asia-Pacific.
Russia had an overnight 1-0 lead over Europe in the gold final after Maria Kirilenko beat France's Aravane Rezai 6-3, 4-6, 6-3.
But Sweden's six-time Grand Slam singles champion Stefan Edberg, 44, drew Europe level after winning 6-4, 6-0 in his "legends" singles rubber against Russia's 36-year-old French and Australian Open champion Yevgeny Kafelnikov.
Earlier, the Americas' John McEnroe and five-time Wimbledon winner Williams won the consolation silver group final for losing semifinalists, beating Asia-Pacific's Australian Mark Philippoussis and Zhang Ling of Hong Kong 6-2, 7-6.
.:Got Sports Wonders:.