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Watch the extended highlights between Man United and Tottenham during matchweek three of the 2018-2019 Premier League season. #ManUnited #Tottenham #PremierLeague
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Finally it is here. The most thrilling/entertainer games of this season so far. Let me know in the comments which games should have been featured as well (No amazing comebacks).
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Premier League Punters, part of the Bankroll series previews the Week 8 Premier League football match Manchester United vs Newcastle playing on Saturday 6th October 2018 and highlights the best betting odds and football match tips that are worth the bet and pack value with guests Gordon Flash Watson @Flash_37 & Michael @ChefMichael1128 and presented by Natalie Rydstrom.
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Bruce Millington, Mark Langdon, James Milton and Paddy Power’s Emmet O’Keeffe look ahead to the best football bets of the weekend and preview one of the biggest games of the season in Liverpool v Manchester City.
On the show:
– Bruce asks another six questions including:
– Would Pochettino would consider becoming the next United boss?
– Are Villa doing a Wolves?
– Why are Celtic so low in the table?
– West Ham – what’s going on?
– Liverpool vs Manchester City is the biggest game of the weekend and possibly the season – does Jurgen Klopp’s setback at Napoli make the Reds a more attractive bet?
– We take a look at every Premier League game this weekend, where West Ham look set to continue their form against Brighton, Fulham host travel-weary Arsenal and Man Utd look tough to back at home to Newcastle.
– Weekend NAPs:
Bruce Millington: Wolves draw no bet at home to Palace
Mark Langdon: Colchester draw no bet at Stevenage
James Milton: West Brom to beat Reading
Emmet O’Keeffe: Burnley to beat Huddersfield
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As I write this article it is 28 degrees outside and winter's grip is fully upon us in the early days of this new year 2017. With that in mind I have for you today my version of baseball's Hot Stove League.
I'm not talking sport however, unless you consider the hunting of curiosities and antiquities to be sport – and many people do. In New England where I live, specifically on a 64 mile long sand bar called Cape Cod, antique and oddity hunting is great sport during the summer months.
In January all we bargain hunters can do is talk about past 'steals' and 'deals' that we've made while looking forward to May or June when yard sales, flea markets, and curiosity / antique shops will be as common as beach sand .
For veteran seekers of cast off treasures much of what follows will be old hat, but perhaps I'll give you a few new thoughts that might help you in next summer's transactions.
Many people have the misconception that antiques cost more than they can afford. Shopping for antiques is a great way to spend a free afternoon and you may be surprised at how many good bargains you come across. The hardest thing is many people do not know the true value of the particular item they are looking at in an antique shop.
It may have their concern due to the style of it or it brings back happy memories. You never really know if the shop owner is trying to up the price or if you are already getting a good deal. Since you can not quickly go to another store and compare the price you pretty much have to decide the maximum you are willing to pay for an item and then walk away if the negations do not work in your favor.
It is a good idea to do some checking into the reputation of a given antique dealer before you even step foot into their store. You will find you are able to get good deals on antiques when you get to know the owner of the store. If you are a frequent shopper in the store you can build a good relationship. Bringing in other customers to the store is something that will get noticed as well. The owners of the antique store will want to work with you on items so that you keep generating more business for them.
You will be able to negotiate the price for what you want if the antique shop is operated by the owner and not several different employees. Even though you will find more selection at antique malls, you will not be able to negotiate the prices as much. Small antique shops can generally offer you some history on the pieces you are the most interested in.
On Cape Cod and I expect just about everywhere else you will do much better at flea markets, garage sales, and in the shops with cash. Money talks – the folding kind – not the plastic variety. Cash does indeed speak and its voice is very loud.
Frequently you will get a far better price if you approach the seller with cash in hand, partly because the credit card fees cut into the vendor's profit. Many of antique stores, as well as the flea markets and yard sales people are hesitant to take personal checks, especially if you are from out of town. Showing that you do have the cash with you in an unobvious way is also helpful. For example, you can count it and then say, "will you take $ 50 for it? That's all I have with me today.
It is important to remember that you will be buying antiques in the condition they are in. Make sure you take the time to thoroughly examine what you are purchasing. You do not want to get home and discover what you thought was a great bargain is nothing but junk. Most antique dealers take pride in offering quality items but you still need to check. You will be disappointed if you think you are going to take home an antique in mint condition for a very low price though.
If you are looking for certain antiques, take a look around online to get a good idea of what the going price is for them. Try to negotiate something that is about 25% less than the rates you find online. Do not be afraid to ask the antique shop owner to cut you a better price. It helps if you say something along the lines of "would you accept $ 100 for this?" Instead of "can you lower the price"? It definitely helps you get what you want if you are assertive but not going overboard.
Do not be afraid to ask for a better price, especially at flea markets. On slow days at flea markets and swap meets some vendors do not even make enough sales to cover the cost of their space. If you happen to be the sale that will allow him to at least meet his rental fee, you may be able to negotiate a steep discount.
If you are planning to visit Cape Cod this summer you'll find more antique shops per square mile than just about any other place in New England. Another source for vintage and new items as well, are the sidewalks of the fifteen towns of the Cape. Many seasonal cottage owners frequently upgrade their furnishings. Instead of selling off the old items, they put them out on the sidewalks with a big "Free" sign on them. You can find everything from televisions, to couches, beds, bureaus, and even the kitchen sink! Beginning in May the sidewalks of the Cape could be paved with 'gold' for you.
Also in May, the new season starts at one of the best venues in New England- the Wellfleet Flea Market on Route Six, just over the Eastham line. There are hundreds of dealers and thousands of bargains every weekend from mid may to Columbus Day. When the sun goes down, the market takes off its salesman's apron and reveals its true identity as a delightful old time Drive-in Movie Theater. Every night, rain or clear, Wellfleet shows two first run feature films – an old fashioned double feature! They even still have the vintage drive-in food available from the snack bar. Sooner or later everyone who visits Cape Cod goes to Wellfleet for the flea and the show.
Blocking in volleyball is at once the simplest skill to execute and the hardest one to do well. Timing the block correctly is part of that. This article will look at that timing aspect. This article will provide some advice on how to improve your timing to make you a more effective blocker.
Timing off the hitter’s jump
The single biggest determining factor in timing a volleyball block is matching your jump with the jump of the hitter. This doesn’t mean you need to jump at the exact same time as the hitter, but you won’t be too far off from that. Keeping this in mind may help with another facet of blocking which is making sure that your last bit of focus is properly on the hitter, not on the ball (subject for a separate article). It will also keep you from jumping when the hitter doesn’t actually jump (bad set, etc.).
Distance off the net
While the biggest timing factor is the hitter’s jump, you need to adjust your block jump based on how far off the net the hitter will be attacking the ball. The further back, the more you must wait to account for the longer time it will take for the ball to reach you. A back row attack, for example, requires a bit of a delay in your jump compared to a ball set tight to the net.
Speed of the hitter’s arm swing
The final little adjustment to timing comes by accounting for how hard the hitter attacks the ball. This is just like adjusting for the hitter’s distance off the net. An attacker with a fast arm swing will get the ball to you quicker than a player with a slow one. As a result, you have to delay a bit for the latter and jump a bit earlier for the former. If you can catch the hitter setting up an off-speed shot, that could also factor into your block timing (or your decision to go up at all).
Commit vs. Read
The jump, distance, and arm swing timing factors are going to be the same whether you are commit blocking (going up with a hitter without waiting to see if they are getting set) or reading blocking (waiting for the set). If you are commit blocking you still have to time your block based on the hitter’s jump, how near the net they are, and the speed of their swing.
Timing isn’t the only factor in good blocking, as getting up right on time won’t do you much good if you’re in the wrong spot. If you can combineproper timing together with proper positioning and blocking mechanics, though, you can put up a very nice block.