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Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/ Parma injury problems are piling up ahead of Saturday’s trip to Inter, as Andreas Cornelius also has a thigh strain. The Swede had just scored a hat-trick in the 5-1 victory over Genoa and was himself a replacement for Roberto Inglese, who sprained his ankle. A statement from Parma confirmed Cornelius has been diagnosed with a Grade I thigh strain in his left femoral bicep, which is expected to keep him out for a couple of weeks. It’s a heavy blow, as it means both centre-forwards are absent for this weekend and likely to skip the midweek clash with Hellas Verona too. Bruno Alves remains on the treatment table in defence, while midfielder Alberto Grassi had surgery this morning to resolve a long-standing right knee problem.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a controversial stoppage-time penalty after Genoa went down to 10 men, as Juventus scraped a victory. Leonardo Bonucci’s header was cancelled out by a bizarre Christian Kouame mis-kick, which ended up wrong-footing Gigi Buffon. The game was decided in the second half, as first Francesco Cassata was shown a harsh second yellow card, then Ronaldo earned and converted a last-gasp spot-kick. Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/
Hot on the heels of Phil Gyemore’s latest family addition, TFA would like to congratulate Australian representative Drumayne Dayberg-Muir and his partner on the birth of their little boy, Destyn.Australian representative and Touch Football Qld Development Officer, Phil Gyemore and his family welcomed daughter Madison Marie Gyemore last Thursday. Congratulations guys!
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Ranieri driving Fulham bid for Besiktas defender Vidaby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveFulham boss Claudio Ranieri is reviving his plans for Besiktas defender Domagoj Vida.Le 10 Sport says Ranieri wants to boost his defensive options and is eager to bring Vida to London.The Italian has been tracking Vida since his time in charge of Leicester City.The Cottagers are ready to bid for the Croatia international, confident of landing Vida for a realistic fee.Besiktas, in the midst of financial difficulties, need to sell to balance the books this month.
TagsPremiership NewsAbout the authorIan FerrisShare the loveHave your say Anfield will play host to Liverpool Womenby Ian Ferris20 hours agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool Women will play a Women’s Super League game at Anfield for the first timeVicky Jepson’s side will play Everton during Women’s Football Weekend, which has been scheduled for the next men’s international break.”It’s important that if you support Liverpool you get down and support the women’s team,” Jepson told BBC Sport.It will be the first time Liverpool Women have played at the 54,074-capacity ground since an FA Cup semi-final defeat by Arsenal in 2013.”It should be exciting for the fans given we have a big Liverpool family,” Jepson said.”There is still a long way to go just like any women’s team but we are certainly moving in the right direction.”We are being backed and moving towards where we need to be.”The Reds usually play their home games at Tranmere Rovers’ Prenton Park, which has a capacity of 16,587.
Update: Based on this earlier tweet from the account, it appears Johnny Unitas’ son John Jr. runs it. It’s unclear if he was the one who tweeted back at the Buckeyes fan, but it is interesting. Thanks for having me on the show @ScottGShow1057 @Transamerica @120Sports @DunbarArmored @TheGrandBmore #winningqb https://t.co/iNNmYgSWE8— Golden Arm Award (@GoldenArmAward) December 9, 2015John Unitas Jr joined the show earlier to announce the 2015 @GoldenArmAward. Check out this years winner here: https://t.co/zcbofw9rbk— Scott Garceau Show (@ScottGShow1057) December 8, 2015Earlier: Today, Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook was named the winner of the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, presented annually to the top senior collegiate quarterback. After the news emerged on Twitter, an Ohio State fan named Matthew Gaskill tweeted at the award’s official account and mocked Cook for his perceived slight of Buckeye legend Archie Griffin after the Big Ten Championship [email protected] Good thing Unitas isn’t around to be disrespected by @Connor_Cook03 @MSU_Football— Matthew Gaskill (@MatthewGaskill) December 8, 2015Gaskill’s tweet is actually pretty run-of-the-mill. But the response from the Unitas Award Twitter account was anything but. It has since been deleted, but we have a screenshot. Okay then. Not only did the person running the account use an aggressive response, they personalized it as well. See that “Stick to RE” at the end? That’s referring to Gaskill’s career in real-estate, which he mentions in his Twitter [email protected] Hey, intern. It wasn’t a knock on Unitas. If you followed football and the guy who won your award, you’d get the reference— Matthew Gaskill (@MatthewGaskill) December 8, 2015What a time to be alive indeed.
Fourth-year in journalism and Ohio State gymnast Paris McGee views himself not as an athlete first but as a student. Credit: Alyssia Graves | Former Assistant Sports DirectorParis McGee Jr. noticed something about men’s gymnastics: there were no men on the floor that looked like him. When he got to college, he strived to change that.Since he was a little kid, McGee’s parents had him involved in a plethora of activities. He started off as a model and actor for Nickelodeon Jr and performed on Broadway. To add on to his long lists of talents, McGee wanted to learn how to flip. Fulfilling their ambitious boy’s dreams, his parents got him involved in gymnastics when he was 8, McGee said. Four months later, he said he was already good enough to make the competitive team.“In my first level six regional competition, I remember going into the competition and my coach telling us that the other kids were going to be a lot better than us so don’t expect to medal, just give it your best shot,” McGee said. “I walked away with six out of seven titles.” When McGee practiced the next day, he said no one acknowledged his success. It was then that he had noticed that his talents were far more advanced than his teammates, which everyone was shocked by. A few years later, schools like Iowa, Illinois and Nebraska began to show deep interest in McGee. He eventually decided to join the Cornhuskers.After his freshman year, McGee had decided that Nebraska was not the best fit for him. He struggled with the decision of giving up gymnastics altogether and going back home to pick up where he left off in his modeling career. “I was going to go back home to NYU to focus on school and officially quit gymnastics and maybe give acting and modeling another shot,” McGee, now a redshirt senior, said. “I decided to at least give gymnastics one more shot. So I came to Ohio State because I wanted to, at the very least, stop gymnastics on my terms and not anyone else’s.” According to the NCAA demographics research, there are currently 20 African American male gymnasts. This makes up roughly 6 percent of the sport. Remi Roberts, a student coach on the George Washington University women’s gymnastics team, said these numbers don’t surprise her. “As a little girl, there would only be about one black boy on each team or at a meet, if even that,” Roberts said. This is one aspect to college athletics that McGee has noticed and has bothered him throughout his collegiate career. McGee had trouble connecting with his teammates and feeling like he belonged due to a gap in their cultures that everyone expected him to adjust and fill in. It even made him wish that he had been on teams like track or football. He said, being the only black player on the team, he would go to a lot of social gatherings that were predominately white, making him stand out. When those roles were reversed, McGee said his friends had a difficult time. “One of my teammates left a party that we went to that was predominantly black because he was uncomfortable,” McGee said. “What hurt me was that what I live through on a day-to-day basis, he couldn’t even handle for 10 minutes, but it wasn’t an issue when I had to go through it.” McGee is aware that this culture of being expected to fit in isn’t limited to just him.Where he lacked support from other racial groups, he expected to find it in his own. This wasn’t the case. McGee said the lack of black male participation comes from the derogation of the sport in the black community. “The black community looks at gymnastics as an attack on our masculinity,” McGee said.According to McGee, there has only been one black male NCAA all-around gymnastics champion. He wants to see this number increase. McGee said he is willing to fight his battles to show little black boys in the crowd watching, like he once was, that they belong. “I did it so you can do it,” McGee said. “There’s no excuse. And if you do do it just know that you are going to have an army of people behind you.”