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Ancelotti backs up Bale in game against Espanyol
By Andrew Scott Sunday, 11 January 2015 07:16
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti defended Gareth Bale after the player was booed in the team’s victory over Espanyol on Saturday, something that many fans and bookmaker software services were not very pleased at all to see.
At the their clash in the Santiago Bernabeu, the Spanish giants were able to clinch a win of 3-0 over Espanyol – a club based in Baercelona – and Bale was one of the players to score after a very nice free-kick was netted by him in the first half of the game, to the delight of fans around the world.
After 12 minutes passed, the stalemate was broken by James Rodriguez. Defender Nacho Fernandez finished things off, and the contentious red card that was given to Fabio Coentrao did not affect the hosts much, but the manager was not very happy with what the player got.
And in the press conference that Ancelotti gave after the game, he focused on the way that the crowd treated Bale, who got plenty of jeers after he wasn’t able to coordinate properly in the game’s second half with Cristiano Ronaldo.
The manager said: “He [Bale] has played a very good game. He scored and starred for the first goal, then the fans ask for the pass to Cristiano.
“Altruism is important and if someone is selfish, we will fix it. People demand a lot to the major players and Bale is one of those.
Raycom Media Camellia Bowl: Bowling Green vs. South Alabama
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 16 December 2014 02:37
In the Mid-American Conference, Bowling Green won their division, and they got the opportunity to compete for the title of the MAC. Pay per head wagering services saw that the Falcons lost, and had a bowl game at hand against South Alabama – a team that just made it, as they lost four of the season’s last five meetings.
This season, the Jaguars’ passing offense was ranked at 100th place with QB Brandon Bridge starting. The player was able to pass for 1,648 yards, 14 TD’s and only 6 six picks while he missed most of two matchups as the season was coming to an end. Bridge’s top target was WR Shavarez Smith, who for 714 yards was able to catch 50 passes and 8 TD’s. The team’s running game did a slightly better job as RB Kendall Houston was the one to lead the Jaguars with 652 yards and a TD, and second place went to RB Xavier Johnson, with 417 yards and a TD.
Paul Lambert delighted with Aston Villa’s resilience
By Andrew Scott Saturday, 8 November 2014 10:27
Paul Lambert, Aston Villa boss, was very happy with his team after they were able to fight in the face of adversity and get a draw of 0-0 when they took on West Ham in their Premier League matchup, and many sportsbooks offering online bookmaking solutions saw a truly impressive display made by Lambert’s side.
Villa paid a visit West ham after they ended up losing six consecutive meetings, but they were able to clinch a key point as on Saturday, the team’s defence were unyielding with the pressure at Upton Park.
West Ham were the ones who were dominating possession of the ball, and Brad Guzan made numerous saves against them, which include a very nice stop with one hand during stoppage time that didn’t allow Andy Carroll – the substitute -from making his way back into first-team action with a goal scored.
The manager was delighted by Villa’s performance at defense, saying: “It’s a great point, a really great point.
And many fans following the club could not agree more with Lambert, especially after what they saw on the pitch.