Loading… A striker by trade, Dennis has been Clement’s frontman, as his manager claims there is ‘a lot of interest’ in his player. ‘It is very likely that Dennis will leave,’ he told La Dernière Heure. ‘He can also count on a lot of interest. ‘It is the time for him to take a new step.’ At the age of 22, Dennis is very much a player on the up, he provides lightning pace and has an explosive way of playing. read also:Dennis’ Club Brugge finally crowned Belgian league champions He is able to lead off the shoulder of the last defender and get on the end of anything in front of the goal. Off the ball, his energy is infectious and presses his opponents relentlessly – seeing him put down as the first name on the team-sheet week in week out. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Dennis wanted to leave last summer, before the arrival of Philippe Clement prompted him to stay for a further year. His boss has now announced he is likely to leave the Jan Breydel Stadium this summer, with Arsenal looking like the expected destination, according to the Mirror. Last year, Club Brugge upped Dennis’s wages and awarded him a lucrative new contract through until 2022 by way of a thank you for staying. But that is unlikely to stop him leaving if Arsenal are willing to pay the £22million price tag associated with him. However, Dennis has attracted heavy interest from around Europe this season, having scored nine goals this season, including twice at the Bernabeu in the Champions League against Real Madrid. It is reported that Newcastle, Brighton, Sheffield United, Watford, Monaco and Sampdoria are also eyeing a move for the 22-year-old. Arsenal’s target, Emmanuel Dennis, is set to leave Club Brugge this summer after three years at the club, reveals his manager. Promoted Content10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?Celebs Who Are Turning 50 This YearSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art10 Awesome TV Series That Got Cancelled Way Too SoonWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs11 Greatest Special Effects Movies Of All Time
By Frederick HalleyTORONTO, Canada – When the International Cricket Council (ICC) Under-19 World Cup bowls off in New Zealand next month, one player with Guyanese roots will be part of the Canadian squad vying for supremacy in the prestigious tournament.Sixteen-year-old Ashtan Deosammy, who was born in Canada to Guyanese parents, Vengasammy and Dropattie Deosammy, has been making a name for himself at the youth level since representing his club Qasra Cricket Academy in Under-13 competitions and according to his coach Sheriff Bodhoo, Deosammy lives and breathes cricket.Boodhoo, himself a Guyanese who hails from Vergenoegen, East Bank, Essequibo, pointed out that Deosammy has been one of his brightest prospects in his academy which has a reputation for producing quality players over the years.Apart from representing the academy, Deosammy also plays for Transac Sports Club in the Toronto & District Cricket Association at both the senior and junior competitions, namely the Under-16, Under-18, Second and Elite divisions.An all-rounder who bats right-hand and also bowls off-spin, Deosammy is credited with almost single-handedly winning the Under-13 title for his team, blasting an undefeated 142 not out against Malton Sports Club in the 2013 final while he also hit a top-score of 81 versus Australasia Cricket Academy in this year’s Under-18 semi-finals. His team were primed to compete in the final versus Oakville but unfortunately the game was rained out, forcing the teams to share the winners’ trophy.Deosammy was also part of the Canadian Under-19 side which captured the ICC Americas Under-19 title, competed for against the USA and Bermuda earlier this year. They also participated in the one-day version of Cricket West Indies Under-19 tournament in the Caribbean.Canada will compete alongside Bangladesh, England and Namibia in Group C while in what is the 11th edition of the tournament and the third to be held in New Zealand.The top two sides from each group will advance to the Super League while the remaining eight teams will figure in the plate championship. The quarterfinals, semifinals and final of the Super League will be among the 20 matches to be broadcast live.The final will be played at Bay Oval in Tauranga on February 3 while both semi-finals will be played at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on January 29 and 30.The plate tournament will run simultaneously but end with the final at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Christchurch January 28.Canada squad: Arslan Khan (captain), Akash Gill (vice-captain), Ashtan Deosammy Emanuel Khokhar, Kavian Naress, Kevin Singh, Pranav Sharma, Randhir Sandhu, Krishen Samuel, Faisal Jamkhandi, Arshdeep Dhaliwal, Rishiv Joshi, Aran Pathmanathan, Pieter Pretorius, Rommel Shazad. Reserves: Prabal Sharma, Abaan Khan, Raqib Shamsudeen. Staff – Manager Wijay Senathirajah, Coach Farouk Kirmani, Assistant coach Zubin Surkari, Analyst Kulbir Jaswal, Physio Mohin Vadiwala.
Julian Whigham was asked to explain what went wrong on Virginia’s 18-play, overtime-forcing final drive of regulation on Saturday. The answer was a simple one — screen passes — and then he repeated himself four times for emphasis. The prior week against South Florida, Syracuse was gashed in similar ways, most memorably on an 18-yard gain on third-and-14. In a one-score game at that point, it prolonged an eventual fourth-quarter touchdown drive.For a defense that features 14 underclassmen on its two-deep depth chart, recognizing opponents’ plays is a challenge.“What happens when you have a young team is they’re just trying to execute the defense,” defensive coordinator Chuck Bullough said. “They’re not seeing the offense.”Linemen getting leverage, linebackers pursuing the ball and defensive backs shedding blocks all need to get better. The three levels of SU’s (3-3, 1-1 Atlantic Coast) defense hope to improve its screen-pass defense against No. 25 Pittsburgh (5-1, 3-0) on Saturday in the Carrier Dome at noon.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWhile other position groups have different responsibilities, cornerback Juwan Dowels said the secondary’s job is to attack the play. Dowels said the biggest challenge is when offensive linemen, who might weigh 100 pounds heavier, run full speed into open space.“Definitely just being aware of it,” Dowels said of the most important aspect in stopping a screen. “It’s something in the game that really could change the game, could get a big first down off of it, you could score off of it.”Once players recognize it, Dowels said the defensive backs try to “trick (offensive linemen) and beat them with quick steps,” in order to avoid being blocked. If they can’t make the tackle, they try to force the play back inside to where SU’s front seven could catch up and bring the ball-carrier down.Late in the first quarter against South Florida, that didn’t happen. Quarterback Quinton Flowers faked a handoff, deviating from the standard development of a screen pass, and threw the ball near the line of scrimmage to wide receiver Tyre McCants. Fifty-seven yards later, he was brought down on the Orange’s 2-yard line and two plays after that, USF scored a touchdown.“It’s just a matter of actually catching the guy that catches the ball,” senior defensive end Donnie Simmons said. “It’s out on the perimeter so as long as we can contain him, we should be straight.”The issue is Syracuse hasn’t always been able to do that. Simmons said as soon as he sees the offensive linemen take a couple steps, he recognizes the play. But not everyone else on the field might see it as well as the fourth-year veteran.On the drive Whigham referred to, Virginia traveled 88 yards in six minutes, 52 seconds. Virginia faced a crucial fourth-and-3, that if SU stopped, it likely would have won the game. Instead, Taquan Mizzell caught a pass 5 yards behind the line of scrimmage with two offensive linemen who opened up a lane near the sideline.Three plays later, the Cavaliers ran another screen and again two linemen got out in front and paved the way for a 12-yard gain. It moved UVA from the 24-yard line to the 12-yard line and put the Cavaliers in prime position for a score.After two losses in which Syracuse was close in the fourth quarter, the difference going forward for SU could come down to small details — and short passes.“Guys that haven’t played before,” Bullough said of the players struggling with screens. “We just got to keep emphasizing it in practice and that’s the only thing you can do.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 22, 2015 at 9:06 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds
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