The football players of the coach Safet Sušić are found in the list of five most potential representations in the world. Apart from B&H, the portal Soccer Lens putted in the list also Russia, Senegal, Japan and Belgium.In the last five years, several international football teams have had an amazing progress as all as on FIFA’s classifications. Among them is the B&H team, writes the specified portal.B&H team was close to the World Cup 2010, but they were defeated by the barrage with Portugal. From the same opponent they lost even in 2012 at the same stage of the competition. This time, our team will make sure that situation to not happen again.Currently, they are in first place of Group G, in six games they have recorded five wins and one draw, what provided to them 16 points, three more than second-placed Greece. In the next four games will be enough three wins before they definitely book their tickets to Brazil.In addition to qualifying for the group stage Mundial, the representation team records and amazing success when it comes to FIFA ranking.They are in 13th place, which is a historical success. Behind them, they left selections of the world football greats, such as England, Russia, France, Sweden …Manchester City‘s player, Edin Džeko leads the charge of the national team, which is in the first four games of qualifying for the World Cup achieved 15 goals.But Džeko is not the only star of the team, there are the goal keeper Asmir Begović, captain Emir Spahić, who plays for Bayer from Leverkusen, Miralem Pjanić from Roma, Vedad Ibisević from Stuttgart … If they continue with this rhythm, B&H will fight for the first place, leaving behind the Greeks.As a team that will compete for the first time at the World Cup, will be a hard opponent for some teams that are already standard in major competitions.If they succeed in their goal, it is expected that B&H will have no fear from anyone, writes Soccer Lens. (Source: klix.ba)
A slow start, combined with penalties and mistakes, sealed Number 15 UCF’s fate for the game. Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett caught a 3-yard touchdown pass during a trick play called the “Pitt Special,” with just 56 seconds left in the game, causing UCF to drop the game to the Panthers (2-2), 35-34. UCF is now 3-1 on the season. The University of Central Florida is planning to take tailgating to a new level in time for next year’s football season, with the introduction of a lazy river to be located outside the school’s stadium.Officials say they will be offering 250 memberships to what will be called McNamara Cove for $2,500 each. The all-inclusive package will cover “covegating” leading up to all regular-season home games.Guests will be able to enjoy the lazy river, in addition to a pool, sand volleyball courts, lounge chairs, a bocce ball green, and a service cabana.Outside of game days, McNamara Cove will be open to student-athletes, as part of the university’s $30 million Kenneth G. Dixon Athletics Village.The lazy river is named for Tom and Stacey McNamara, who made a naming gift commitment of $1 million last year.Meanwhile, the national champion UCF Knights’ winning streak came to an end on Saturday against Pittsburgh.
One of the longest running rivalries will continue as the Chartiers Valley High School faculty and alumni will take to the hardwoods to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 16th annual “Hoops For A Cure” doubleheader on April 15 at Chartiers Valley High School. With more than $1 million raised for pancreatic cancer research, the popular “HOOPS FOR A CURE” charity event will benefit the Nathan S. Arenson Fund for Pancreatic Cancer Research, which is overseen by Dr. Olivera Finn, professor and chair at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.The “HOOPS FOR A CURE” charity doubleheader will find the Steelers and the Chartiers Valley Faculty and Alumni tangling in the 8 p.m. finale. Prior to the main event, the evening will begin with the AAAA Section 4 All-Stars taking on the WPIAL All-Stars beginning at 6:30 p.m.The event has raised more than $1 million in the past 15 years for the Nathan S. Arenson Fund for Pancreatic Cancer Research at the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute.Pancreatic cancer is the fifth leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Not only is this disease common, but it also is extremely difficult to diagnose and treat.(For more information or to purchase an admission or raffle ticket in advance of the event, contact Adrienne Arenson at (412) 279-1935. If you cannot attend the event but wish to make a charitable donation, please send a check payable to “UPCI/Arenson Fund” c/o Jeff Hilty, 633 Gregg St., Bridgeville, PA 15017.)