Sport / Dundee FC by George Cran August 16, 2018, 10:00 am FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppEmail Sign up to our Sport newsletter In the five years they have owned Dundee, the club has become a part of the family according to owner Tim Keyes – and he sees a new stadium as the ideal way for it to flourish for the foreseeable future. The Dark Blues’ American owner has been in town over the past couple of weeks to help managing director John Nelms put things in place for their proposed stadium plans – as well as help the club’s running in the short-term with an injection of cash. An announcement is expected on plans for the 15,000-seat arena at Camperdown Park at the end of this month and it is understood the issue with Transport Scotland over access from the Kingsway has been resolved. And Keyes says the project is key to the future of the club – but not the be-all-and-end-all for his, and his family’s, commitment. He said: … [Read more...] about Dundee FC owner Tim Keyes: ‘New stadium will fuel club for next 10 to 20 years’
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BOULDER — Will the real Mike MacIntyre please stand up? To tell the truth, we don’t know if Colorado’s football program has the right coach to return the Buffaloes to glory. Is MacIntyre coach-of-the-year material, as we saw in 2016? Or is he the guy who has gone 15-34 during his other four years on the CU sideline? The difference between the Buffs’ giddy rise and harsh return to reality, when their victory total dropped from 10 to five within the span of 12 months, was the math problem that consumed MacIntyre as he prepared for his sixth year on the job at CU. “I gained a lot, introspectively, looking at things I could’ve done better,” MacIntyre said Thursday. Instead of building a bigger weight room or buying whiz-bang video technology, know what MacIntyre changed? He went old school. The coach started a book club for the Buffaloes. A few minutes of story time with Mac, if you will. The Buffs didn’t have twice the talent on the roster … [Read more...] about Kiszla: Story time with Mac. Coach tries to build better CU football team with book club for Buffaloes.
0 Have your say Celtic have been confirmed as the latest partner club for Pro Evolution Soccer 2019. In addition, an official version of Celtic Park will be included in the game.It had been reported last week that Celtic Park and Rangers' Ibrox would be in the latest version of the game. The news that Celtic are an official partner was confirmed on the game's official Twitter page.Celtic Park will available via a data pack after the launch of the game. Konami, the game's producers, will be employing its stunning 3D scanning systems to ensure that the Glasgow club’s squad are perfectly represented in-game. Each player will be scanned by dozens of cameras from every angle, while Konami's technical team will ensure that individual skills and abilities, along with playing styles, are matched in every way.Gordon Kaye, head of business development at Celtic FC remarked: “We are delighted to be partnering with Konami at such an exciting time for the PES … [Read more...] about Celtic confirmed as partner club for Pro Evolution Soccer 2019
Updated 2:58 am PDT, Thursday, July 26, 2018 Photo: Scott Audette, AP Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 ARCHIVO - Foto de archivo del 10 de julio de 2017 de Paul McCartney actuando en la Amalie Arena de Tampa, Florida, EEUU. (AP Foto/Scott Audette) ARCHIVO - Foto de archivo del 10 de julio de 2017 de Paul McCartney actuando en la Amalie Arena de Tampa, Florida, EEUU. (AP Foto/Scott Audette) Photo: Scott Audette, AP Paul McCartney returns to Cavern Club for exclusive gig 1 / 1 Back to Gallery LONDON (AP) — Paul McCartney is planning a return to the famous Liverpool club credited with being the birthplace of the Beatles. McCartney is set to take the stage at the Cavern Club for an exclusive performance on Thursday. The Fab Four played at the cellar bar — now located across the street from its … [Read more...] about Paul McCartney returns to Cavern Club for exclusive gig
OPEN leader Kevin Kisner was once banned from his home golf club for racing buggies, boozing, betting and urinating on the course. The American golfer, 34, landed in hot water with course chiefs after footage emerged of him fooling around at the course in South Carolina, US. In the 2016 clip produced for Vice Sports, Kisner can be seen ordering seven carts in a line before they zoom off, one crashing almost straight away. The video was meant to show how Kisner, who fired an opening five-under 66 at Carnoustie, spent his days off. But jobsworths at Palmetto Golf Club - the second oldest golf club in the States and just a 20-minute drive from Augusta National - took exception. At the start of the eight-minute long video, Kisner can be seen filling a cooler with beer before heading out onto the course. OPEN WARFARE Tiger's back in action as Spieth blows chance to catch leader Kisner TIGER'S GIRL Who is Tiger Woods' girlfriend Erica Herman? OPEN FOR BUSINESS The Open 2018 leaderboard: Live … [Read more...] about The Open 2018: Kevin Kisner once banned from home golf club for racing buggies, boozing, betting and urinating on course