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Price per Head Bookies: Harvick and Logano had a confrontation
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 19 February 2015 02:05
NASCAR fans and price per head bookies thought that Joey Logano and Kevin Harvick were going to come to blows at the Sprint Unlimited, after Logano entered the back of Harvick’s vehicle when there were two laps left in the race.
Both drivers have what seem to be some very serious issues that date to 2010, as well as an incident that took place in Pocono Raceway, and they almost went at each other’s throats on Saturday night (Harvick was still wearing his helmet) after the drivers left their vehicles once the event at Daytona was over. There was a moment when Logano apparently lunged at Harvick before being separated.
“He’s just Kevin,” said Logano. “He’s an instigator, right? It’s the same thing he is every other time he talks to someone. It’s the same old crap. It just happens all the time. It’s no big deal.”
Many fans remember when back in October, Harvick criticized the blocking moves by Logano at Talladega, which he thought helped Brad Keselowski – Logano’s team-mate – win that competition. The driver was not very happy about what Logano thought was an absurd move.
Andres Iniesta says that Messi is key for Barca’s success in the coming years
By Andrew Scott Wednesday, 18 February 2015 04:06
Andres Iniesta said that Lionel Messi, his world famous team-mate, is vital when it comes to Barca competing for European and domestic titles in the years that follow, something that bookmaker software services can fully agree with, especially with the problems that the club is currently facing.
Messi – who on Sunday had his 300th appearance in La Liga, and made a hat-trick in the team’s 5-0 victory over Levante – saw that in the last few months his future in the sport turned into a subject that sparked plenty of debate.
What apparently was a disagreement between Luis Enrique – the team’s coach – and the 27-year-old, coupled with the player’s suggestion that he didn’t know for which club he would play when next season gets underway, sparked plenty of rumours about the Argentina captain parting ways with the Catalan giants.
But in a conversation that he had with FIFA.com, Iniesta said: “I hope and wish that Leo can be with Barca for a long time, because he has been, is and will be fundamental to our competing for honours. That’s my sole desire.”
Even though the victory on Sunday was able to extend Barca’s winning streak to 11 meetings, the past few months were not exactly smooth ones.
Joshua pulls out of Johnson clash after aggravated back injury
By Andrew Scott Wednesday, 14 January 2015 04:11
Anthony Joshua had no choice but to pull out of his clash with Kevin Johnson after his back injury was aggravated, surprising many fans and bookmaker software services alike.
The heavyweight, who’s 25-years-old, suffered an injury on his back that proved to be a pars stress fracture, and medical attention was needed immediately, ruling the fighter out of the Johnson fight taking place on the 31st of January at the O2 Arena in London.
The fighter is now looking to hit the ring, but he’s been expected to train again for his next fight set to take place on the 4th of April in Newcastle.
After 10 wins by mean of stoppage, the fighter was hoping to put his skills in the ring to the test against the former challenger for the world title, who never suffered a knockout.
“I trained so hard over Christmas and the press conference with Johnson was so lively that I was really looking forward to putting in a great performance,” said Joshua.
“It’s bad news for myself and for the fans that have bought tickets. I hope to be able to put on a fan zone at the weigh-in and the fight itself to meet the fans.