BoyleSports enters UK retail market with Wilf Gilbert acquisition

first_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: UK & Ireland Email Address 3rd June 2019 | By contenteditor Irish operator BoyleSports has made its long-awaited move into the UK retail betting market through the acquisition of Midlands-based bookmaker Wilf Gilbert.The transaction, for an undisclosed fee, will see BoyleSports take charge of 13 Wilf Gilbert licensed betting offices across the West Midlands.“With the purchase of the Wilf Gilbert group of shops we have realised our long-term goal to bring to the UK retail betting public the same quality of service and shops that BoyleSports’ Irish retail customers have enjoyed for years,” BoyleSports chief executive Conor Gray said.Wilf Gilbert’s outgoing owner-manager Graham Gilbert said it had been important to find a buyer that would retain its existing staff and provide customers with the best possible service.“We are confident that we have found that company in BoyleSports,” Gilbert said. “Knowing what BoyleSports has achieved in the very competitive Irish market I feel they have to potential to transform retail betting in the UK.”BoyleSports has had designs on the UK market for a number of years, and originally aimed to enter the market in the first quarter of 2019. However these plans were delayed with the company battling against taxes being doubled to 2% of turnover in its native Ireland.As it has never operated fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs), it believes that it will be able to differentiate itself from UK rivals struggling with maximum stakes being cut to £2 from April – and be able to benefit from larger chains selling off shops.“The FOBT stake-reduction legislation will radically change the UK’s retail betting environment,” Gray said. “As a company that has never operated FOBTs we hope to help drive that change by transforming each of the shops within this group into world-class betting lounges with a wide variety of betting available on state-of-the-art screens and interactive terminals.“The shops will have comfortable furniture, free refreshments and access to free wifi, and will provide a safe, regulated and enjoyable experience for both existing and new UK betting customers.”The operator has already secured a retail gaming licence from the GB Gambling Commission to facilitate its UK launch, and aims to rapidly expand throughout the UK having gained a foothold in the market.It is already in negations with a number of other chains, and is inviting regional bookmakers interested selling off shops to contact the business.BoyleSports chief financial officer Mark O’Neill discusses the operator’s plans for the UK retail market as part of iGamingBusiness.com’s deep dive into the future of the UK retail betting market. Tags: OTB and Betting Shops Topics: Sports betting Strategy Sports betting Irish operator BoyleSports has made its long-awaited move into the UK retail betting market through the acquisition of Midlands-based bookmaker Wilf Gilbert. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter BoyleSports enters UK retail market with Wilf Gilbert acquisitionlast_img read more

Sharing the burden: Alternatives to an affiliate trade body

first_img Topics: Legal & compliance Tags: Online Gambling Affiliates clearly need to assume more responsibility for advertising compliance in Great Britain but the answer does not lie in more licensing or the solution being proposed by RAIG, argues Phil Blackwell. What’s needed is more guidance from the regulator 15th August 2019 | By Stephen Carter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Sharing the burden: Alternatives to an affiliate trade body It’s hard to trust a single affiliate trade association run by direct industry competitors. Operators have to be hard on affiliate compliance because their licences are at stake. Affiliates struggle to keep up with the requirements of licence holders due to limited resources and budgets. Operators still need affiliates for players. Affiliates still need operators for revenue.It’s becoming abundantly clear that there is no instant or single fix that will suddenly ensure even the semi-compliance of every gambling affiliate according to the LCCP.Less so, it is near impossible to believe that perfect compliance can ever be achieved or maintained. We therefore require a realistic, phased solution that can be rolled out over a number of months – one that incrementally improves affiliate compliance towards the aspired standard.Operators should still be ultimately accountable to the Gambling Commission and, as always, it’ll be their licences on the line (to be fair, it is kind of what they signed up for).However, it is wholly unfair for the GC to expect operators to be able to consistently enforce its rules upon affiliates to a standard it struggles to maintain itself. Operators should be judged more on their best intentions, reflected in the actions they are taking towards achieving the GC’s desired standard, than unavoidable oversights.To get to this point, though, we do need the GC to provide clarification on priorities, so that the most important and consequential changes can be tackled within the first adoption phase. There has to be a notice period for reform to be actioned, instead of blindly expecting everything at once.In fact, we’re already given hints as to the priorities of the Commission via infrequent, but detailed ‘news’ updates, the most recent examples being the availability of free-to-play games on affiliate platforms and, previously, the use of childish imagery in marketing materials.We don’t need an affiliate regulator to guide us; we simply need guidance from the existing gambling regulator. Here’s how it could work: Accountability for the ultimate compliance of affiliates to remain with operators, who themselves remain accountable to the Gambling Commission; The Gambling Commission to prioritise the most urgent and issues concerning third party and affiliate marketing; These priorities to then be communicated to operators alongside a deadline for implementation and details of what would constitute proof of affiliate compliance; Operators to work with affiliates to rectify issues by the deadline, logging proof of compliance and ceasing relationships with those who do not cooperate; The process to be repeated with a fresh set of issues according to wider license-holder priorities.While this would still place a burden on operators and affiliates, its weight would be lessened, panic levels reduced and the chances of adoption increased.Larger affiliates will still have the advantages of additional time and resource but, in this case, they would be leading by example and not from the front.There is also still a place for organisations such as RAiG, though not as regulators, but commercially driven consultancies. Affiliate bodies can openly sell their expertise and services to help others achieve the compliance standards required in each phase.Such consultancies will be able to drive revenue through open and honest means, not expensive and semi-transparent membership fees.Companies like this already exist. Rightlander and Optizmo, to name just a couple, are proof that the business model can work.As affiliates, we’re are expected to run before we can walk, but in the game of compliance monopoly, the Gambling Commission is the only real banker. So, let’s just try to stay out of jail.Phil Blackwell is acquisition operations manager at Lindar and responsible for the growth of affiliate site OnlineBingo.co.uk and proprietary bingo platform MrQ.com.Related articles: Monopolising affiliate compliance Hawkswood back in the hot seat Regions: UK & Ireland Legal & compliance Affiliates clearly need to assume more responsibility for advertising compliance in Great Britain but the answer does not lie in more licensing or the solution being proposed by RAIG, argues Phil Blackwell. What’s needed is more guidance from the regulatorThe debate around whether gambling affiliates should be subject to similarly strict regulations as operators remained as passionate as ever at July’s iGB Live! in Amsterdam. This is despite the proposed solution being launched in the form of Responsible Affiliates in Gambling (RAiG) back in May. If you read the last issue of iGB Affiliate, you’ll be aware of how inadequate I believe the association to be in its ability to accurately represent all affiliates of all sizes.There is also the small problem of full membership costing £20,000 and the board consisting of representatives from three of the industry’s biggest companies: Better Collective, Racing Post and Oddschecker.I have since discovered an article written by Better Collective founder and CEO Jesper Søgaard in September 2017 for the iGaming Business website entitled Licensing isn’t the answer to ‘cowboy’ affiliate problem.In the piece, Jesper argues that affiliates should indeed be accountable for their actions, but not to the point where a licence is required. I was particularly drawn to the following statements in the article’s conclusion, included in full below:“If it became a necessity for affiliates to obtain a licence, many of the major affiliates which have followed the rules would not be overly impacted, including us at Better Collective. However, a licence requirement would create a huge barrier to entry for other, smaller affiliates trying to enter the industry.“Licences cost money. For a small, one-man operation that is following the code of regulations, licence fees could break their business and leave them out of pocket. We can all agree this isn’t what we want to see in this industry and we should be doing all we can to help out the honest start-ups.“What licences would do is cause an oligarchical affiliate industry, which is something that nobody wants, and while we’re strong in our opposition against cowboy affiliates, licensing just isn’t the answer to solve that issue.”Jesper acknowledges that the biggest companies would benefit most from affiliate licensing, that licensing poses a real risk of creating a monopoly and that the high cost of entry could price smaller affiliates out of the market.Somebody explain RAiG to me again…Running out of options, running out of time As the distinction between affiliate manager and compliance officer continues to blur, the increasing demands of UK regulations weigh heavier on the shoulders of the industry’s traditional freedoms and opportunities.To continue without at least some degree of change or reform is not only to neglect our collective responsibilities to the welfare of players, but to also neglect our responsibilities to each other.That’s not to say that regulation requires revolution, but it does require consistency – something the industry seems to struggle with.A prime example of this was evident in early August concerning the involvement of 32Red in the transfer of Wayne Rooney to Derby County.As part of the deal and the gambling firm’s wider sponsorship of the club, Rooney, reported to have run up large gambling losses over the years, will wear the number 32 when he joins the club in January 2020.Chair of the all-parliamentary group for gambling Carolyn Harris was quick to condemn the move in the national press, telling The Sun that celebrity involvement in gambling was “not right or moral” and accusing Rooney of selling his soul.The announcement of this came in the same week a self-imposed whistle-to-whistle ban on advertisements during live sports broadcasts by Britain’s biggest operators came into effect.The public and the media demands consistency. Our industry does not help itself by declaring responsibility in one breath and exploiting circumstances for profit in another.Perhaps the most difficult part of any industry regulation, outside of the top-down form imposed by the Gambling Commission, is not enforcement, but agreement. With or without RAiG, there has to be an underlying code of ethics that dictates the behaviour all affiliates must adhere to.Central governance by large-scale competitors, high membership fees and the creation of an “oligarchy” clearly won’t work; so what could?The state of play The current Gambling Commission position on affiliate responsibility is covered in the Licence Conditions & Codes of Practice (LCCP) under social responsibility code 1.1.2 concerning third parties.The guidance is relatively short in length but broad in nature, and places complete responsibility for the actions of third parties on the gambling licence holder:“Licensees are responsible for the actions of third parties with whom they contract for the provision of any aspect of the licensee’s business related to the licensed activities.”The code goes on to state that licence holders require third parties to conduct themselves “as if they were bound by the same licence conditions and subject to the same codes of practice as the licensee.”Operators are essentially being asked to act as the Gambling Commission in their dealings with third parties and, for the purpose of this article, affiliates.Given that larger scale affiliate programmes can consist of hundreds of separate partnerships, the scope of this responsibility is almost impossible to implement comprehensively.It is also equally impossible for individual affiliates, which are often smaller in size and weaker in resource, to restructure their products to comply with an overwhelming and sometimes irrelevant set of regulations.Throw into the mix the obvious need for operators to acquire new players and for all parties to make money, and we find ourselves in the current state of buck-passing limbo.On one hand we have (rightly) panicked licensees desperate, but struggling, to maintain the compliance of third party affiliates. And, on the other, we have panicked affiliates trying to appease licensees while struggling to stay afloat.There has to be a solution that is both authoritative and sympathetic to all sides.Expansion of existing GC licence conditionsHere’s what we’ve established: Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Addresslast_img read more

BGC warns of impact of UK immigration changes on casinos

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 2nd March 2020 | By contenteditor BGC warns of impact of UK immigration changes on casinos Casino & games Email Address Regions: UK & Irelandcenter_img Topics: Casino & games People Gambling industry trade association the Betting and Gaming Council (BGC) has called on the UK government to make exemptions for employees in the casino industry as it develops its new points-based immigration system for the country.The BGC warned that plans for this new points-based immigration system could have a significant impact on the casinos, tourism and the night-time economy. It said that foreign workers make up around 70% of all croupiers in the country, but many would fail to qualify for visas under the new system.The new system is due to be introduced on 1 January 2021, when the transition period that followed the UK’s exit from the European Union is due to end. It will see immigrants to the country required fulfil a set of criteria in order to secure a working visa for the country.Individuals from all other countries will have to have a job offer from an approved employer, of a set skill level, and be able to speak English under the system. Matching these criteria will see the applicant awarded 50 points.However, they will need to have 70 points to be eligible for a visa. This can be achieved by having a salary of at least £25,600, or qualifications such as a PhD, or an offer for a job in a sector in which there is a shortage of skills in the country.The BGC noted that croupiers would not qualify as having the requisite skills, qualifications, salaries or professions to be eligible for a visa. This, it said, would “damage highly successful parts of the UK economy.”Casinos, the association added, attract tourists from high-value markets such as China and the Middle East, employ more than 14,000 people in the country, support another 4,000 jobs across the UK and contribute more than £300m in tax revenue.“Casinos are a hugely important part of our country’s leisure industry attracting thousands of wealthy tourists to the UK from around the world,” BGC chief executive Michael Dugher (pictured) explained. “In order to remain competitive our casinos need the best croupiers with great arithmetic agility.“While we are determined to grow the number of UK croupiers through the NVQ in Gaming Operations available at many colleges and through the world class Nottingham Casino Academy, we need the ability to employ the best from around the world.” Gambling industry trade association the Betting and Gaming Council (BGC) has called on the UK government to make exemptions for employees in the casino industry as it develops its new points-based immigration system for the country. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletterlast_img read more

Wimbledon cancelled over Covid-19 pandemic

first_img The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has confirmed that this year’s edition of the Wimbledon Championships will not take place due to the outbreak of novel coronavirus (Covid-19).The Championships had been due to run from 29 June to 12 July in London, but concerns over the ongoing situation with coronavirus led the AELTC to cancel the 2020 tournament altogether.The AELTC had considered switching the competition to later in the year, but said as it is likely that current restrictions in the UK “will continue for many months”, there was no possibility of rearranging the event. Instead, the 134th edition of the Championships will take place from 28 June to 11 July 2021.This will be the first time the Championships has not taken place since 1945, when the tournament was coming to the end of a six-year suspension due to the outbreak of World War II.“It has weighed heavily on our minds that the staging of the Championships has only been interrupted previously by World Wars but, following thorough and extensive consideration of all scenarios, we believe that it is a measure of this global crisis that it is ultimately the right decision to cancel this year’s Championships, and instead concentrate on how we can use the breadth of Wimbledon’s resources to help those in our local communities and beyond,” AELTC chairman Ian Hewitt said.AELTC chief executive Richard Lewis added: “While in some ways this has been a challenging decision, we strongly believe it is not only in the best interests of society at this time, but also provides certainty to our colleagues in international tennis given the impact on the grass court events in the UK and in Europe and the broader tennis calendar.”Meanwhile, European football governing body Uefa has announced that all matches across its Champions League and Europa League tournaments will remain suspended until further notice.Uefa initially postponed the games last month in response to the outbreak of coronavirus, and at the time said it would issue further updates as the situation progressed.However, with many countries across Europe having rolled out strict measures to combat further spread of the disease, both events will remain suspended for the foreseeable future.Uefa also announced that all national team matches for men and women that were due to be played in June 2020 will be postponed until further notice. This includes play-off matches for showpiece men’s European Championship 2020 and all qualifying matches for the Women’s European Championship 2021.The organisation had already announced that the Euro 2020 tournament would be moved to next year, with the competition now set to run from 11 June to 11 July.The cancellation of national team games also applies to all scheduled friendly matches, youth-level events and futsal competitions. In addition, all deadlines related to all 2020/21 Uefa club competitions will be postponed until further notice.Elsewhere, North America’s Major League Baseball (MLB) has also announced that its MLB London Series will not take place due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Chicago Cubs had been due to play the St. Louis Cardinals at London Stadium over the weekend of 13-14 June. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 1st April 2020 | By contenteditor Email Address Topics: Sports betting Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has confirmed that this year’s edition of the Wimbledon Championships will not take place due to the outbreak of novel coronavirus (Covid-19). Sports betting Wimbledon cancelled over Covid-19 pandemiclast_img read more

Illinois introduces new restrictions amid Covid-19 spike

first_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Topics: Casino & games Legal & compliance Illinois introduces new restrictions amid Covid-19 spike 19th August 2020 | By contenteditor AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter The Illinois Gaming Board has announced new restrictions for land-based gambling facilities in the state in response to an increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19) cases.According to the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), the Metro East region of the state has exceeded its criteria that trigger additional measures to slow any further spread of Covid-19.IDPH figures show Metro East’s positive test rate averaged at least 8% for three consecutive days from August 14-16. As such, restrictions will now be put in place for the region that includes the Bond, Clinton, Madison, Monroe, Randolph, St. Clair and Washington counties.Effective from 11pm local time yesterday (August 18), video gaming operations at all licensed locations in the region are only permitted between 8am and 11pm.Read the full story on iGB North America. The Illinois Gaming Board has announced new restrictions for land-based gambling facilities in the state in response to an increase in novel coronavirus (Covid-19) cases. Casino & games Tags: OTB and Betting Shops Regions: US Illinois Email Addresslast_img read more

A shift in gambling marketing

first_imgAs was made plain by Winterling from FC Bologna, blanket bans truly are a blunt instrument that ends up hurting sport at the same time as restricting gambling operators. The hope is that be being smart the sector can both thrive within the new structures and avoid any further action. Topics: Marketing & affiliates Marketing Marketing regulation Sponsorship It is an example of how the gambling sector and its partners are negotiating the new regulatory landscape surrounding gambling in Europe, one which is being changed further by the response of gambling authorities to the ongoing pandemic. “We need to be using as much of our proprietary data as possible, using the new-found techniques around data science to deliver personalisation and improved recommendations,” chief executive Stuart Simms told investors on the earnings call. Marketing regulation But it has now developed a degree of maturity in how it targets players. This comes at a crucial time for the gambling sector which, as Geheeb suggests, had enjoyed relatively lower customer acquisition costs even just a few years ago than it does now. Tags: Sportradar XLMedia Stuart Simms Christoph Winterling FC Bologna Regulus Partners Florian Geheeb But with tighter regulation – and the taxation that comes with it – the dynamic has changed. “All of these facets have changed and generated a shift,” says Geheeb. For XLMedia, it means the inventory of sites and will become “more dynamic by nature as it drives more personalised consumer journeys.” In key territories such as Italy (where the ad bans pre-dated the pandemic) and Spain, measures have already been introduced that severely limit or ban direct advertising and impose further restrictions on all forms of marketing. “It is a new reality,” says Florian Geheeb, global director for advertising sales at Sportradar. “But the operators have learnt to adjust, depending on the regulations.” Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter “Setting mandatory deposit limits is not new but the policy has become more prevalent as a temporary emergency measure during the pandemic,” the Regulus team said. Switching channels Meanwhile, as was detailed in a recent blog from the analysts at Regulus Partners, the measures undertaken by countries such as Sweden, Belgium and Spain (again) to establish deposit and bonus limits will also act as a brake on marketing efforts. This is, of course, the world of ad-tech and programmatic advertising, an area which some say the gambling sector has yet to fully explore. 15th December 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Changing focus from above-the-line advertising and marketing to other forms of digital marketing techniques is now the name of the game. In its recent half-year results, affiliate marketing firm XLMedia noted that technology has been identified as a prime area where the company can leverage its heritage to better direct the audience. “At the time Serie A was losing money because we would be losing clients for LED hoardings so we had to be creative and look for opportunities where we could still offer betting brands the opportunity to take advantage of our global visibility but excluding the visibility in Italy,” Winterling adds. Regions: Europe UK & Ireland Southern Europe Sweden Italy Spain It has led to “virtual advertising” packages which utilises LED technology and on-screen overlays ‘positioned’ behind the goals to offer Asian betting partners the opportunity to be seen on pitch-side hoardings on regional broadcasts. “There is enough technology out there,” says Geheeb. “Marketing will always be about creative messaging but who and when you target should be a decision based on facts and, therefore, data.” “For us, it was a shock,” says Christoph Winterling, commercial and marketing director at Serie A’s FC Bologna of the Italian ad ban introduced last year. Track back In the UK, meanwhile, where there is already a voluntary whistle-to-whistle ban in place, the anti-gambling industry lobby has put forward suggestions that would lead to a complete ban on TV gambling ads and sports sponsorship. The data to hand within the gambling consumer ecosystem, whether with operators or affiliates, is a “rich pot of gold” as Simms at XLMedia put it and one that offers a better understanding of player behaviours. Ad-tech has developed significantly in the past 10 years and for those following the ups and downs in this area, it has been a bumpy ride. A shift in gambling marketing Under pressure from regulators across Europe, the gambling sector is having to alter and adjust its marketing efforts to confront a new reality. By Scott Longley. This will help increase in the productivity of the company’s sites. “We need to truly segment the audience and understand the behaviours, particularly around maximising tail revenues which previously we haven’t paid enough attention to,” Simms added. Such efforts can only help in the effort to answer both the fears of the regulators and the concerns of those consumers for whom the abundance of gambling advertising was perhaps doing more harm than good. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter For Geheeb, the greater understanding of player bases will lead to a greater focus on player retention. “You know your own customer the best,” he points out. “If you leverage the information you already have there is a high chance you can constantly engage with them and increase their lifetime value to you.” The added benefit of this approach is that you can more clearly avoid targeting vulnerable groups. AdTech allows you to focus on specific elements of the audience,” he says. Email Address “This industry has always been a very profitable one and they might not have needed the efficiencies that can be achieved with today’s AdTech capabilities,” he adds. “There wasn’t the obvious urge to spend every marketing dollar efficiently.”last_img read more

GamCare user survey reveals support for bans on VIP schemes and shirt sponsorship

first_imgThe survey also found that respondents wanted more investment in research, education and treatment to protect and support those at risk of or experiencing harm from gambling. This should include support reflecting the needs of young adults, women, and members of BAME communities. “The recent pandemic has only increased common risk factors including isolation, boredom and money worries,” GamCare chief executive Anna Hemmings said. “Young men under 35 make up the majority of those who seek help via our helpline. Email Address Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: UK & Ireland 31st March 2021 | By Robert Fletcher As part of the consultation process, GamCare opened a survey in order to gather opinion on proposals for the review, to which 343 people responded. “We want people to realise the first step is to seek non-judgmental help from our trained advisers after what has been a terribly damaging year for us all. Some 84% called for further restrictions on advertising to children and young people, while 89% wanted to see access to gambling taken away from children completely. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Respondents also called for better safeguarding for those experiencing harms, with 71% urging further limits introduced to online gambling accounts and 83% wanting a ban on VIP schemes that reward people for gambling more. Outright bans on gambling operators sponsoring football shirts and VIP betting schemes were among the most supported proposals in a survey of GamCare users in response to the government’s consultation on the review of 2005 Gambling Act. GamCare said respondents wanted to see more safer gambling messaging used by gambling operators, including clear signposting to the National Gambling Treatment Service.center_img “Gambling is a serious health harm and we welcome discussion to bring this problem to the forefront of addiction issues, and to ensure we can secure sustainable funds to meet the needs of those affected.” Topics: Social responsibility Responsible gambling “We want to encourage anyone who is worried about themselves or a loved one to contact us – we can offer expert advice and arrange for them to get the support they need.” “The review of the 2005 Gambling Act has come at just the right time as we are climbing out of lockdown in the UK, and the increase those seeking help with their online gambling has become a worrisome problem,” Hemmings said. Among these was a ban on gambling operators sponsoring football shirts, with 83% of those who responded to the survey saying that they would support such a rule, while 80% wanted a ban on operators sponsoring sports events. Launched in December of last year, the review is seeking to update the current version of the Act, with stake limits, the role of the Gambling Commission and new ad restrictions to be considered. Social responsibility Tags: GamCare Gambling Act Review In addition, 84% of respondents said they wanted to see gambling companies cover the cost of new research, education and treatment for gambling harms. Other key findings included that 64% of users thought more resources should be available to problem gamblers and their loved ones. More than half of those who took part in the survey had received some form of help for their gambling. GamCare user survey reveals support for bans on VIP schemes and shirt sponsorshiplast_img read more

Trinbago Knight Riders v Jamaica Tallawahs Live on Fancode, Team Prediction,…

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UEFA Champions League: Real Madrid stunned by Shakhtar Donetsk, Champions league…

first_imgFootballChampions LeagueSportSport News UEFA Champions League: Real Madrid stunned by Shakhtar Donetsk, Champions league hopes dented Football Football by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeIPL 2020: Bad news for Sunrisers Hyderabad’s Jonny BairstowIPL 2020 : Srikanth and fans slams MS Dhoni, says ‘wasted 15 Cr on Jadhav & Chawla’Free Fire Redeem Codes for April 13th, Best ways to Redeem themReal Madrid stunned by Shakhtar Donetsk : Zidane says ‘will not resign’“I am not going to resign, not at all,” said Zidane following the 2-0 loss.“We are always going to have difficult moments, and we are on a bad run, but we need to keep going,” added the Frenchman, whose side suffered a shock 2-1 defeat by Alaves in La Liga on Saturday.“I have the strength needed to turn the situation around and I am going to give everything to do that. So are the players. “We played well and we deserved more. We just need to lift our heads up and think about the next game.”It was Real’s second defeat by Shakhtar in this season’s competition, the Ukrainian side winning the reverse fixture 3-2 in Madrid. Earlier Romelu Lukaku scored twice as Inter Milan beat Monchengladback 3-2 later on Tuesday to keep their hopes of qualification alive.Real Madrid stunned by Shakhtar Donetsk :The 13-times European Cup winners went behind in the 57th minute when Shakthar substitute Dentinho capitalised on a lapse in concentration from defender Raphael Varane to score.Israeli forward Manor Solomon then wrapped up the home side’s shock win over the Spanish champions in the 82nd with a solo run on the counter and finish into the bottom corner.Dentinho came on in the first half to replace striker Junior Moraes, who was injured after being hauled down by Varane in a bid to prevent the forward racing towards goal unchallenged.Shakhtar, who beat Madrid 3-2 away in October, are second in Group B on seven points, level with Zinedine Zidane’s Real side but ahead due to their superior head-to-head record. 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PSL 2021 New schedule -PSL 2021 SCHEDULEWednesday, June 9: Lahore Qalandars v Islamabad United (8pm)Thursday, June 10: Multan Sultans v Karachi Kings (5pm), Peshawar Zalmi v Lahore Qalandars (10pm)Saturday, June 11: Islamabad United v Quetta Gladiators (8pm)Sunday, June 12: Quetta Gladiators v Peshawar Zalmi (8pm)Monday, June 13: Islamabad United v Lahore Qalandars (5pm), Multan Sultans v Peshawar Zalmi (10pm)Monday, June 14: Islamabad United v Karachi Kings (8pm)Tuesday, June 15: Quetta Gladiators v Lahore Qalandars (5pm); Peshawar Zalmi v Karachi Kings (10pm)Wednesday, June 16: Multan Sultans v Quetta Gladiators (8pm)Thursday, June 17: Islamabad United v Peshawar Zalmi (5pm); Karachi Kings v Lahore Qalandars (10pm)Friday, June 18: Multan Sultans v Lahore Qalandars (8pm)Saturday, June 20: Quetta Gladiators v Karachi Kings (5pm); Multan Sultans v Islamabad United (10pm)Monday, June 21: Qualifier (1 v 2) (5pm), Eliminator 1 (3 v 4) (10pm)Tuesday, June 22: Eliminator 2 (loser Qualifier v winner Eliminator 1) (8pm)Thursday, June 24: Final (8pm)PSL 2021 Replacements: From Shimron Hetmyer to Johnson Charles; check full list of PSL 2021 replaced players Cricket NZSky NZ PSL 2021 when will PSL 2021 be held?PSL 2021 will take place in UAE from June 9, 2021.PSL 2021 when will PSL 2021 final be held?PSL 2021 will take place in UAE from June 24, 2021.PSL 2021 What Time PSL 2021 Will begin? 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CricketPakistan Super LeaguePakistan Super League 2021 PSL 2021 New schedule -PSL 2021 squads: Islamabad UnitedShadab Khan, Faheem Ashraf, Alex Hales, Asif Ali, Colin Munro, Hussain Talat, Musa Khan, Zafar Gohar, Hassan Ali, Chris Jordan, Lewis Gregory, Phil Salt, Rohail Nazir, Reece Topley, Iftikhar Ahmed, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Ahmed Saifi Abdullah, Akif Javed.Karachi KingsBabar Azam, Mohammad Nabi, Amir Yamin, Arshad Iqbal, Colin Ingram, Imad Wasim, Mohammad Amir, Sharjeel Khan, Waqas Maqsood, Dan Christian, Chadwick Walton, Joe Clarke, Noor Ahmad, Danish Aziz, Mohammad Ilyas, Zeeshan Malik, Qasim Akram.Lahore QalandarsSohail Akhtar, Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Hafeez, Ben Dunk, David Wiese, Dilbar Hussain, Haris Rauf, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Rashid Khan, Joe Denly, Samit Patel, Tom Abell, Zeeshan Ashraf, Salman Ali Agha, Mohammad Faizan, Maaz Khan, Zaid Alam, Ahmed Danyal.Multan SultansShahid Afridi, Imran Tahir, Sohail Tanvir, James Vince, Khushdil Shah, Rilee Rossouw, Shan Masood, Usman Qadir, Chris Lynn, Sohail Khan, Mohammad Rizwan, Carlos Brathwaite, Sohaib Maqsood, Sohaib Ullah, Adam Lyth, Shahnawaz Dhani, Muhammad Umar, Imran Khan SrPeshawar ZalmiHaider Ali, Kamran Akmal, Wahab Riaz, Liam Livingstone, Shoaib Malik, David Miller, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Ravi Bopara, Sherfane Rutherford, Amad Butt, Umaid Asif, Saqib Mahmood, Imam-ul-Haq, Muhammad Imran, Mohammad Irfan, Ibrar Ahmed, Mohammad Amir Khan.Quetta GladiatorsSarfaraz Ahmed, Chris Gayle, Anwar Ali, Azam Khan, Ben Cutting, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Nawaz, Naseem Shah, Zahid Mahmood, Dale Steyn, Tom Banton, Usman Khan Shinwari, Cameron Delport, Qais Ahmad, Abdul Nasir, Saim Ayub, Arish Ali Khan, UsmanPSL 2021 Point Tablelast_img read more