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  • Arsenal star Bernd Leno hails Liverpool rival Alisson as the best goalkeeper in the Premier League ahead of David de Gea and Ederson

    first_imgArsenal star Bernd Leno hails Liverpool rival Alisson as the best goalkeeper in the Premier League ahead of David de Gea and Ederson Alisson has thrived at Anfield since joining the Reds in 2018 (Picture: EPA)He said: ‘Alisson is a goalie who has no fear – if he does something, he sticks to his decision.‘In his mind, he knows what to do and he doesn’t hesitate. That is natural goalkeeping, having no fear, reading the game and deciding.‘One of his big strengths is to stay calm in the high-pressure moments and making what look like natural, easy decisions, but they’re not easy because you always need perfect solutions and decisions. It’s a quality he has.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Petr Cech names Manchester United legend as his toughest opponentMORE: Jurgen Klopp names Steven Gerrard as the former player he would sign for Liverpool Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 9 May 2020 7:43 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.5kShares Advertisement Comment Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno has hailed Liverpool rival Alisson (Picture: Getty)Arsenal star Bernd Leno has hailed Liverpool’s Alisson as the ‘most complete goalkeeper’ in the Premier League ahead of David de Gea and Ederson.Brazil international Alisson has thrived at Anfield since signing from Roma in the summer of 2018, helping Liverpool win the Champions League and dominate the 2019-20 Premier League.Alisson and star defender Virgil van Dijk have been hailed for transforming Jurgen Klopp’s side into the best team in Europe and Arsenal’s Leno has also paid tribute to the Brazilian goalkeeper.Asked to name the best shot-stopper in the Premier League, Leno told Soccer Am: ‘For me it’s clear, it’s Alisson.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘He’s good at everything and his stats are also very good. He’s played a number of big games for Liverpool and for me it’s clear that he’s the best goalkeeper at the moment.’Like Alisson, Leno also arrived in the Premier League two years ago and has largely impressed for Arsenal despite the club’s mixed form.Last month, Liverpool goalkeeper coach John Achterberg revealed the secret behind Alisson’s immediate success in England. Advertisementlast_img read more

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  • Christine Durham

    first_imgChristine Durham, 60, of Lawrenceburg passed away Sunday, March 29, 2020 at Woodland Hills Care Center in Lawrenceburg.  Christine was born Friday, November 13, 1959 in St. Clair County, Illinois, the daughter of Calvin and Amelia (Wilson) Durham.  Christine is survived by many friends.A memorial service will be held at a later date.  Memorials may be given in honor of Christine to Indiana Mentor in care of Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home.  Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, Box 156, Moores Hill, IN 47032, (812) 744-3280. To leave online condolence messages for Christine go to www.sibbettmoore.com.last_img read more

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  • Allicock makes light work of Cuban boxer in competition

    first_imgCARIBBEAN bantamweight champion Keevin Allicock stormed to a convincing victory against Cuban boxer Victor Abreu in his first boxing competition in Cuba, but some of Guyana’s other Olympic hopefuls were not as successful.Allicock and three other boxers, middleweight Desmond Amsterdam, light welterweight Colin Lewis (both former Caribbean champions) and light heavyweight Dennis Thomas (a Caribbean two-time silver medallist) are current in month-two of a three-month training stint on the Spanish-speaking Caribbean island.The boxers are hoping to get into shape for the upcoming Olympic Qualifiers, scheduled for March 26 to April 3 in Argentina as they aim to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics (July 24 to August 9).In the recent competition at the Sancti Spiritus province (almost in the middle of the island), Allicock registered an easy 3-0 win. Amsterdam on the other hand, lost a close points-decision to Jorge Cuellar; while Thomas’s match against Lazaro Fiss was stopped in the second round by coach Francisco Roldan after Thomas hurt his hand.Colin Lewis did not compete as he was battling a bout of influenza.WILL BE READYAccording to information out of the Guyana Boxing Association (GBA), seasoned boxing coach Roldan is pleased with the overall performance of the boxers.In a release, it was pointed out that the former Guyana-based Cuban coach said that “he was pleased with the performance of the boxers and declared that all will be ready for the Olympic Qualifiers next month”.The boxers are expected to participate in another tournament next week.The Government of Guyana and the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) made the training-stint in Cuba possible.last_img read more

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  • Adrian Gonzalez criticizes MLB’s replay system after controversial call at the plate

    first_imgGonzalez disagreed.“If we take the lead, so many different things could’ve happened,” he said. “Julio (Urias, the Dodgers’ pitcher) has a run to work with.”Roberts said he was “pretty certain” the call would be reversed.“But those guys in New York, they’ve got a job to do, and obviously they saw it the other way,” Roberts said.Here’s the kicker: Gonzalez said that two field umpires — he wouldn’t say who — agreed with him. They both thought he was safe.But Gonzalez didn’t lay the blame with the umpires on the field. His problem was with a review process that allows for a hung jury.“Given enough reason to overturn it, it should be ‘safe’ or ‘out.’ Just call what you see — ‘safe’ or ‘out.’ “For the most part they get it right,” Gonzalez said. “In this case they got it wrong.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “We’ve got plenty of still frames to prove that I was safe,” Gonzalez said. “Unfortunately this turned into a trial and there was not enough evidence.”Two minutes and 51 seconds after Roberts initiated the review, the headphones were off. Cederstrom raised his right arm, signaling out. The call on the field stood — baseball’s equivalent of a hung jury.The lack of a definite answer re-ignited questions about the efficacy of baseball’s challenge system. Gonzalez looked safe to some and out to others; all parties could agree it was a close play. But fans at the stadium and viewers at home were not privy to the maximum of 12 camera angles available to MLB’s replay crew in New York. The replay official, Paul Nauert, presumably was. How could none of the camera angles definitively show whether Gonzalez was safe or out?As far as the game was concerned, the question was moot. The Cubs beat the Dodgers 10-2, evening the best-of-seven series 2-2. It’s unlikely that one extra run would have provided enough momentum to overcome the Cubs’ offense, or the Dodgers’ four errors on defense.center_img LOS ANGELES >> In the second inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series, a close play at the plate briefly consumed all of Dodger Stadium. The announced crowd of 54,449 umpires rendered their verdict quickly: Adrian Gonzalez was safe.The home plate umpire, Angel Hernandez, disagreed. Gonzalez certainly thought he was safe. He rose from the ground, his jersey covered in dirt, gesturing toward the third-base dugout. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts quickly challenged the call on the field. Hernandez assumed his station near the Dodgers’ dugout and crew chief Gary Cederstrom joined him, headphones over his ears. As they waited patiently for a decision from Major League Baseball’s replay room in New York, fans were treated to an endless stream of replays of Gonzalez’s slide, Willson Contreras’ tag, and the diminishing sliver of daylight between Gonzalez’s left hand and home plate.last_img read more

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