Surprises on the summoned list of the Real society to play against him Betis in the Benito Villamarín. Surprise for the absences. They have not traveled to Seville or Miguel Ángel Moyá, nor Adnan Januzaj, two fixed in the calls of the San Sebastian team, although the reasons are very different. 13 eleven In the case of the goalkeeper Balearic, its absence from the list of summoned is because he is injured, suffers a little discomfort in his left knee for which he has stayed in Saint Sebastian, hoping he can recover for the Wednesday Cup match. We must remember that Moyá ends contract this season, but has already talked to the club that You will make the optional season you have in your contract effective. The Belgian has a different situation in the club Adnan Januzaj, with a contract until 2022, but always with a sign in the European market to leave the San Sebastian club, where has not finished offering the performance he promised when he was signed to Manchester United. Already last summer he threatened his departure, but in the end he had no firm offer to raise his gear. Now in january in Donostiarra club did not consider his departure, but in the face of this summer. Another thing is what the player wants, who has always been aware of the market, especially if he does not have the minutes that a player of his quality should have in a club like the Real. Regular of the bench in the league, its role is reduced to the Copa del Rey in which he is the owner.For that reason Your agent listens to offers that may come to present to the Royal and leave now in January, although they have not raised their departure. In that sense, from Italy it is spoken with great force of Rome’s interest in seizing its services, through an assignment until the end of the season with an option to buy 15 million euros in June If it works on Calcium. Imanol Sheriff He has left it out of the list of summoned, in anticipation of a possible negotiation to close the operation via Rome, something that is not at all ruled out. If the Oriotarra coach has left him out for Sevilla it is because he does not see him mentally ready to play in the league, because the Belgian has not traveled by technical decision, he has no discomfort. In fact, instead he has traveled even Ruben Brown, a footballer who had only entered a league call so far.
Dear Editor,Each time the Town Clerk of Georgetown dispatches a long-winded vacuous epistle to the letters column of the local dailies, it serves no other purpose but to aggravate further, an already irate citizenry. One wonders if it is deliberate, to let them know that he can and will do whatever he pleases, and they can ‘Like it or Lump it.’The Town Clerk knows that the most recent purported ‘election of Mayor and Deputy Mayor’ would better be referred to as the ‘selection of Mayor and Deputy Mayor’ which is done by a caucus of select Councillors prior. And therefore, to say that the Deputy Mayor was not returned by virtue of a democratic process is simply egregious.In fact, the denial of the ‘No-Confidence Motion against the Town Clerk’ which allows him to remain in his seat and spout a lot of baloney, is the epitome of autocracy instead of democracy.Undoubtedly the Alliance For Change has been kicked to the curb at City Hall, and every intelligent person knows that. But the biggest and sickest joke so far must be his statement that it is public knowledge that within recent times some members of the Council have been using their voices to disseminate inaccurate information and even fake news to adversely affect the image and reputation of the Council, to erode public confidence and trust in its work, and to undermine its authority, while others have been making efforts not only to improve the work of the Council but also the quality of life in the local communities. If this gentleman truly believes that persons are not aware of the graft, corruption, venality, nepotism and financial mismanagement that is ongoing at City Hall, then he is disconnected, lost and out of touch with reality.He then goes on to say that three years ago the city was left to rot. Does he not see that from the City Hall Building, Georgetown to everything else the Council has control over continues to rot and rot even more now? And was he not working right there at City Hall for the last 30 years when the city was purportedly left to rot? He further says that they turned around the fortunes of the city. This guy has quite a sense of humour. It was only a few contractors, a few officials of the Council and their relatives whose fortunes were turned around, not the city.Then he talks about ‘new and improved conditions of Georgetown’. What is he talking about? The Stabroek Market wharf that has collapsed or the market clocks that are not working? The old and unhygienic abattoir? the City Police training school that is in rack and ruins, the unfinished Kitty Market, the bad roads and poor street lighting, and the robberies around the dirty and leaking municipal markets? Wake up and smell the coffee Town Clerk.Sincerely,Melissa Chiu
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s “beloved son,” Robert Sirleaf, remains undecided as to whether he will contest the senatorial race despite receiving a petition to stand in the ensuing election.The National Elections Commission (NEC) is to hold Liberia’s first ever, Special Senatorial Election since the coming into force of the 1986 Constitution.The NEC has set the polling date for the second Tuesday in October of this year (2014).Mr. Sirleaf received a petition Monday in Monrovia to stand in October’s poll as a candidate for Montserrado County.The petitioners, under the banner of the Montserrado Redemption Squad. headed by Lasanna Fofana, said they believed that the President’s Special Advisor has the ability to deliver in the areas of education, youth empowerment, and community development, which he said “Montserrado County is desperately in need of at the moment.”Reading the petition at the Clara Town football field, Fofana indicated that community development programs initiated by the President’s son were the determining factor in their choice of the former National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) board chair.“Petitioning him for the senate is a gateway to the long term development agenda of the country,” Fofana said.Receiving the petition, Robert Sirleaf described it as a level of responsibility presented to him by the petitioners that needs to be treated with caution.“I have not made a final decision on this but I will take it to bed tonight and ask God. I believed this petition is about nine years of adequate representation of the people. I know tomorrow will be better,” Robert asserted.He noted that positive approach to things remains his hallmark. He encouraged his petitioners to remain proactive and positive in addressing issues in the country.Though undecided, Monday’s petitioning program confirms the prospect of his entering the senatorial race, which will in turn test his popularity should he intend to succeed his mother in the near future.If Robert should win the senatorial seat, political commentators pointed out; “His mother will certainly tutor him to serve as her successor to run the affairs of the state in order to keep a strong grip on power.”Mr. Sirleaf has no political party at the moment. This means he will file his papers to Electoral body as an independent candidate. Hee is competing for the Montserrado Senate seat against soccer icon George M. Weah of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), Liberty Party’s Benjamin Sanvee and the candidate fielded by his mother own Unity Party, Alue Silla.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Y. Best (far left) take Mr. Alexander B. Cummings (3rd from left) on a tour of the Stanton B. Peabody Memorial Library at the Daily Observer. Ms. Satta C. Sonie (right) a professional librarian, gives a brief introduction about the library.Cummings describes BWI Class of ’59Alexander B. Cummings, the political leader of the opposition Alternative National Congress (ANC) described Booker Washington Institute (BWI) Class of ’59 as a very distinguished class that produced many great people, some them now living in the diaspora, while others, among them, Dr. Kenneth Y. Best, a veteran journalist, are in the country contributing to the Liberia’s development.Mr. Cummings made the statement on Thursday, April 25, 2019, when he paid a courtesy visit to the Stanton B. Peabody Library at the Daily Observer newspaper in Paynesville, outside Monrovia.His description of the BWI Class of ’59 came about when he was informed about e-book Dr. Best recently published, entitled, “The Melting Pot: History of the BWI Class of ’59.”He said not only are the members of the class of ’59 making headways, but their children too are also emulating their parents’ examples by significantly impacting the society.Mr. Cummings named Richelieu Dennis Jr., and Nyema N. Tubman, two children of the BWI Class of ’59 as the highest contributors to his development objective.Richelieu Dennis Jr. is the son of the late Richelieu Dennis Sr., and Nyema N. Tubman, the son of Cllr. Robert Tubman, who married a Swedish woman and lives in Sweden with his family.In a related development, Mr. Cummings has pledged to help digitize the Liberian Observer’s library for the benefit of the students, and the public to do research.Dr. Best e-book, The History of the Class of ’59, was launched Thursday, April 18, 2019 on the Daily Observer newspaper’s website.The e-book recounts the most memorable events of BWI Class of 1959 in a riveting story-telling fashion.It highlights the most distinguished accomplishments of the members of this unique and extraordinary class. Even their children went on to accomplish greater feats as is also recounted in the book.Members of the class hailed from across the Liberian landscape. As such, the old “Country-Congau divide” is rendered null and void in this e-book – which is why the class is described as a “melting pot., but for Mr. Cummings, it was “a very distinguished class.”Members of the class did not only represent their various counties, but also distinguished themselves, and excelled in their various academic and professional careers that included architects, lawyers, businessmen and women, engineers of various kinds, pilots, distinguished military personnel, and even a presidential candidate, Cllr. Winston Tubman, were born out of the BWI Class of ’59.Several Liberian academics have commented on the book. In a moving foreword to the book, Sister Mary Laurene Browne, President of Stella Maris Polytechnic in Monrovia, writes:“The Melting Pot: History of the Class of’59 should be in the hands of today’s Liberian students so that the implications of scholarship can be thoroughly valued.As an educator, it is my desire to see our education system to sit on the old mat to effectively plait the new.”African Methodist Episcopal University President, Joseph T. Isaac, also a BWI alumnus (Class of 1982), describes the Class of ‘59 as one of the nation builders:“Everyone with interest in vocational education in Liberia, who wishes to understand the specific blend of academic formula employed by the BWI in teaching, training and creating top leaders for Liberia’s national development agenda, wish no more; because in this book, KYB has unpacked the density and unmasked the mystery with this story of the Class of 1959… Kenneth Best, in his classic storytelling posture, describes how this group of intelligent and committed students from various backgrounds went from being complete strangers to each other at BWI in 1956, to become lifetime friends and colleagues, and major actors on the national stage.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Her journey into a life of mining commenced with her husband. By constantly accompanying her husband into the interior, Hollis David developed a love for mining. That love saw her setting up her own mining operation. But, aside from the love for mining, Hollis saw it as an opportunity to provide a better life for her family.Hollis would go on to say, “I took the opportunity, and was not disappointed”.While the issue of discrimination has always been a topical one, Hollis has not found it to be a bother, since she has always maintained a positive posture, holding firm to the belief of “mutual” respect.Responding to whether she gained from the support of mentors and/or sponsors, Hollis reasoned that her spouse has “always had my back through thick and thin”.But as with any career, there will be challenges. The mother of four listed dishonesty and the plight that comes with mining as two typical challenges that she has encountered for the years she’s been in the sector. Those challenges were overcome by putting better management systems in place and placing additional focus on the career path she has embraced.Futuristically, Hollis dreams of setting up her own business; one that specialises in the retail of mining equipment and spare parts used in mercury-free mining.But apart from the challenges and successes, Hollis said, “I wish someone had told me how challenging it (is) to manage a workforce in the mining sector”.However, to any young woman contemplating venturing into mining, Hollis says, “Go for it! It will be challenging, but (you have to) be strong”.Hollis doesn’t sit on any board, since she travels very often in and out of the interior. She doesn’t have the time for that, but if time were to permit, she would happily do so.Incorporating best practices within her mining operation is paramount. The medium scale miner says she ensures all workers wear safety gear, and there are proper “tail end ponds”. “I make sure that the mercury is burnt in a proper place too”, she added.The Guyana Women Miners Organisation (GWMO) member encourages all members of this organisation to actively engage in best practices and sustainable mining.Hollis is most passionate about travelling to various parts of Guyana and waking up to the fresh morning breeze in the “land of many waters”.Interestingly, Hollis manages being a miner and a mother just fine. “I balance it well. I make sure that my children are well taken care of. Likewise, the business; I make sure everything goes well with it, too”, she says.Hollis enjoys spending quality time with her family, which includes taking her children out, and cooking for them.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings“We have to do everything we can to show the people that shop here that we welcome them,” City Councilman Frank Fenton told City News Service. “We need to compete with all these other shopping centers that are around. One thing that I learned over the years is that people want to shop where they’re welcome. It’s not the money, it’s the thought they have to pay for parking.” Mayor Jimmy Delshad called the return of two-hour free parking “a win- win for the city, merchants and residents.” “It’s a great step for the city of Beverly Hills,” Delshad said. The mayor also said a recent series of meetings in New York City with executives of retailers with stores in Beverly Hills had factored into his support for reinstating the additional hour of free parking. “A lot of them (stores) have their own valet parking, but validating their parking is costing them a lot more than it would cost if people have two- hour free parking,” Delshad said. The city’s parking enterprise fund finances parking structure improvements. Delshad said increasing the length of free parking will cost that fund $1.7 million in this fiscal year. But the city government “will find other ways” to compensate for that loss, Fenton said. “We have plenty of cash in reserve, so I’m not worried about that,” he added.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! BEVERLY HILLS – Starting today, Beverly Hills is once again offering two hours of free parking in four city-owned structures to lure more shoppers to the area. The city had reduced the length of free parking to one hour a year ago to compensate for lower income from sales and hotel taxes. However, complaints from residents and merchants prompted the City Council to vote 5-0 Nov. 13 to reinstitute two hours of free parking. The extended free parking will be available at structures located at 216 S. Beverly Drive; 345 N. Beverly Drive; 9510 Brighton Way and 438 N. Beverly Drive/439 N. Canon Drive.
1 Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho could miss the start of the season due to an Achilles injury.The Frenchman discovered last week that he is free to play for the club again after UEFA dropped a doping charge against him.Sakho missed out on the Europa League final and selection for his country at Euro 2016 due to the case, caused by his use of a fat-burning substance.The 26-year-old is now eager to get his career back on track, but it could be a while before he returns to action with Jurgen Klopp revealing the centre-back is still struggling with a long-standing problem.“Mama had a little issue with his Achilles when he was playing, one day on, one off, this kind of thing,” Reds boss Klopp said.“When he had his little ‘break’ he used the time to have a little bit of treatment and that now means another three or four weeks before he can train again.“There was no surgery, he is just not about to train at the moment. He has got some rehab of course and it’s not too good a situation for him, for us, everybody.“It’s not important what I could say because everyone thinks the same. He’s here, he’s not available at the moment but he is doing rehab. We will see how he reacts to that and then when he can play again.”Sakho has been out of action since the Merseyside derby on April 20 after a sample he gave following the Europa League tie with Manchester United was found to have a fat-burning substance in it.It is believed the France international may be considering his legal options having been cleared to return to the game.“I cannot say too much as a manager. I don’t know exactly what will happen now from Mama’s side or UEFA’s side,” Klopp added.“But as a human being I can say it’s a sad story. He didn’t play now for three and a half months. That’s obviously not really cool but we all know that doping is a very serious thing and we cannot have that.“But I am sure they tried to do the right thing. Others have to talk about this because I don’t know what I am allowed or able to say. That’s one thing and the other is that Mama is currently injured.”Klopp’s central defensive options are set to be depleted further after Martin Skrtel flew to Turkey on Tuesday night to put the finishing touches to his £5million move to Fenerbahce following an eight-year stint at Anfield.The 31-year-old was pictured holding a Fenerbahce scarf at Istanbul Airport and he told reporters he expects to finalise his switch on Wednesday.With Skrtel nearing a departure, Sakho currently injured and Kolo Toure having recently been released, Klopp is light in that area even after acquiring Joel Matip from Schalke already this summer. Mamadou Sakho with Jurgen Klopp
COASTAL areas of Donegal – and many inland – experienced a ‘blue fog’ at the end of another stunning day in the county.The cold air flow affected many areas in the north of the county, rolling inland from Lough Swilly and covering many towns and villages including Letterkenny at one stage before dusk.The fog will linger overnight prompting a warning from Gardaí to motorists to take care – use fog lights if you are out and about. BLUE FOG ENDS SUNNY DAY IN DONEGAL was last modified: June 17th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalfogWarningweather
Norton is immediately eligible to compete for the Bulldogs and will have one remaining year of eligibility. The newest addition to the Bulldogs’ roster is the son of Randy and Claire Norton and the Norton family has strong ties to Iowa. Randy, who is currently the head women’s basketball coach at UAB, played both basketball and baseball at the University of Iowa. On the hardwood, he was a guard on the 1979 Big Ten Championship team and the 1980 Final Four team. He would eventually spend three seasons playing baseball in the Montreal Expos’ organization before transitioning to coaching. Print Friendly Version The 5-foot, 10-inch point guard started all 32 games for UAB in 2017-18 and averaged 7.5 points while dishing out 4.9 assists per game. As a freshman, he was one of 21 Kyle Macy National Freshman of the Year Award finalists and named to the Conference USA All-Freshman team. Norton graduated from Bloomington, Ill., Central Catholic High School where he led the team to a 2A state title as a senior and scored 25 points in the title game. He played one season there after three seasons at Rock Bridge High School in Columbia, Mo., earning a pair of all-state honors. Prior to suffering a season-ending injury in 2016-17, he was named All-Conference USA third team as a sophomore by averaging 8.9 points per game and leading the league in assist-to-turnover ratio. He was also named the Conference USA Men’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year. DES MOINES, Iowa – Nick Norton, a graduate transfer from UAB, will join the Drake University men’s basketball team for the 2018-19 season, Drake head coach Darian DeVries announced Sunday, April 15. “We are ecstatic to have Nick join our basketball family!” DeVries said. “He brings tremendous toughness, skill and basketball IQ to our team. His leadership and winning attitude will be an enormous addition to our program.”
FIFA World footballer of the year Christiano Ronaldo will be up against the Moroccans in Group B of the tournament. File photo.MOSCOW – Ugandan tormentors Egypt has drawn a relatively better group than other African compatriots in the World Cup group draws held in the Russian capital on Friday.Egypt will be in Group A alongside hosts Russia with Said Arabia and Uruguay competing the group.Morocco and Tunisia got tougher draws in Group B and G respectively, with the North Africans facing on song Europeans Portugual and Spain for Morroco and Belgium and England for Tunisia.The rest of the African qualifies – Nigeria and Senegal will too be pleased they can negotiate their groups, albeit with some hard work.Fulk Draw:FIFA WORLD CUP 2018 drawGroup A: Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UruguayGroup B: Portugal, Spain, Morocco, IranGroup C: France, Australia, Peru, DenmarkGroup D: Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, NigeriaGroup E: Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, SerbiaGroup F: Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South KoreaGroup G: Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, EnglandGroup H: Poland, Senegal, Colombia, JapanTHE FIXTURE (GROUP STAGES)Group AJune 14, 2018Match 1: Russia vs Saudi Arabia, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, 3pm BSTJune 15, 2018Match 2: Egypt vs Uruguay, Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg, midday BSTJune 19, 2018Match 17: Russia vs Egypt, Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, 6pm BSTJune 20, 2018Match 18: Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia, Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don, 3pm BSTJune 25, 2018Match 33: Uruguay vs Russia, Cosmos Arena, Samara, 2pm BSTMatch 34: Saudi Arabia vs Egypt, Volgograd Arena, Volgograd, 2pm BSTGroup BJune 15, 2018Match 4: Morocco vs Iran, Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, 3pm BSTMatch 3: Portugal vs Spain, Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi, 6pm BSTJune 20, 2018Match 19: Portugal Morocco, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, middayMatch 20: Iran vs Spain, Kazan Arena, Kazan, 6pm BSTJune 25, 2018Match 35: Iran vs Portugal, Mordovia Arena, Saransk, 6pm BSTMatch 36: Spain vs Morocco, Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad, 6pm BSTGroup CJune 16, 2018Match 5: France vs Australia, Kazan Arena, Kazan, 10am BSTMatch 6: Peru vs Denmark, Mordovia Arena, Saransk, 4pm BSTJune 21, 2018Match 21: France vs Peru, Central Stadium, Ekaterinburg midday BSTMatch 22: Denmark vs Australia, Cosmos Arena, Samara 3pm BSTJune 26, 2018Match 37: Denmark vs France, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow 2pm BSTMatch 38: Australia vs Peru, Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi, 2pm BSTGroup DJune 16, 2018Match 7: Argentina vs Iceland, Spartak Stadium, Moscow, 1pm BSTMatch 8: Croatia vs Nigeria, Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad, 7pm BSTJune 21, 2018Match 23: Argentina vs Croatia, Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod, 6pm, BSTJune 22, 2018Match 24: Nigeria vs Iceland, Volgograd Arena, Volgograd, 3pm BSTJune 26, 2018Match 39: Nigeria v Argentina, Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, 6pm BSTMatch 40: Iceland v Croatia, Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don, 6pm BSTGroup EJune 17, 2018Match 10: Costa Rica vs Serbia, Cosmos Arena, Samara, midday BSTMatch 9: Brazil vs Switzerland, Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don, 6pm BSTJune 22, 2018Match 25: Brazil vs Costa Rica, Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, midday BSTMatch 26: Serbia vs Switzerland, Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad, 6pm BSTJune 27, 2018Match 41: Serbia vs Brazil, Spartak Stadium, Moscow, 6pm BSTMatch 42: Switzerland vs Costa Rica, Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod, 6pm BSTGroup FJune 17, 2018Match 11: Germany vs Mexico, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, 3pm BSTJune 18, 2018Match 12: Sweden vs South Korea, Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod, midday BSTJune 23, 2018Match 27: Germany vs Sweden, Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi, 3pm BSTMatch 28: South Korea vs Mexico, Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don, 3pm BSTJune 27, 2018Match 43: South Korea vs Germany, Kazan Arena, Kazan, 2pm BSTMatch 44: Mexico vs Sweden, Central Stadium, Ekaterinburg, 2pm BSTGroup GJune 18, 2018Match 13: Belgium vs Panama, Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi, 3pm BSTMatch 14: Tunisia vs England, Volgograd Arena, Volgograd, 6pm BSTJune 23, 2018Match 29: Belgium vs Tunisia, Spartak Stadium, Moscow, midday BSTJune 24, 2018Match 30: England vs Panama, Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod, midday BSTJune 28, 2018Match 45: England vs Belgium, Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad, 6pm BSTMatch 46: Panama vs Tunisia, Mordovia Arena, Saransk, 6pm BSTGroup HJune 19, 2018Match 15: Poland vs Senegal, Spartak Stadium, Moscow, midday BSTMatch 16: Colombia vs Japan, Mordovia Arena, Saransk, 3pm BSTJune 24, 2018Match 32: Japan vs Senegal, Central Stadium, Ekaterinburg, 3pm BSTMatch 31: Poland vs Colombia, Kazan Arena, Kazan, 6pm BSTJune 28, 2018Match 47: Japan vs Poland, Volgograd Arena, Volgograd, 2pm BSTMatch 48: Senegal vs Colombia, Cosmos Arena, Samara, 2pm BSTKnockout stagesLast 16June 30, 2018Match 50: Winner Group C vs Runner-up Group D, Kazan Arena, Kazan, 2pm BSTMatch 49: Winner Group A vs Runner-up Group B, Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi, 6pm BSTJuly 1, 2018Match 51: Winner Group B vs Runner-up Group A, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, 2pm BSTMatch 52: Winner Group D vs Runner-up Group C, Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod, 6pm BSTJuly 2, 2018Match 53: Winner Group E vs Runner-up Group F, Cosmos Arena, Samara, 2pm BSTMatch 54: Winner Group G vs Runner-up Group H, Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don, 6pm BSTJuly 3, 2018Match 55: Winner Group F vs Runner-up Group E, Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, 2pm BSTMatch 56: Winner Group H vs Runner-up Group G, Otkrytiye Arena, Moscow, 6pm BSTQuarter-finalsJuly 6, 2018Match 57: Winner Match 49 vs Winner Match 50, Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod, 2pm BSTMatch 58: Winner Match vs 53 Winner Match 54, Kazan Arena, Kazan, 6pm BSTJuly 7, 2018Match 60: Winner Match 55 vs Winner Match 56, Cosmos Arena, Samara, 2pm BSTMatch 59: Winner Match 51 vs Winner Match 52, Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi, 6pm BSTSemi-finalsJuly 10, 2018Match 61: Winner Match 57 vs Winner Match 58,Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, 6pm BSTJuly 11, 2018Match 62: Winner Match 59 vs Winner Match 60, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, 6pm BSTThird place play-offJuly 14, 2018Match 63: Loser Match 61 vs Loser Match 62, Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, 2pm BSTFinalJuly 15, 2018Match 64: Winner Match 61 vs Winner Match 62, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, 3pm BSTComments