Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on February 16, 2019 at 8:46 pm A week after a historic loss against Colgate, No. 20 Syracuse (1-1) upset No. 15 Albany (0-1), 13-5, in the Carrier Dome on Saturday. The Orange were led by Bradley Voigt, who scored six goals and tripled his previous career high. Drake Porter was efficient in net in his second start, and SU regained momentum in the early portion of its season.Here’s what our beat writers had to say after the contest: Facebook Twitter Google+
Interim Hearts of Oak head coach, Edward Odoom, has praised the mental strength and toughness of the team’s players after their Week 5 victory at Liberty Professionals in the Ghana Premier League.The Phobians struck twice in the last five minutes of the match to win 2-1 in Dansoman after conceding a 1st minute goal from Michael Sefa.Bernard Arthur and Kofi Kordzi got the goals for Hearts as they went unbeaten in three league matches. After the match, Odoom highlighted just how strong his team was on the day.“We are a work in progress at the moment and the players are showing determination, good character and the will to win.In terms of the tactics we used to win today’s match, we went with something similar to what we did at WAFA. We defended deeply but we decided to edge a counter-attacking threat to us and on play on the break.”After a tough start to the league that saw them losing their first two matches to Berekum Chelsea and Medeama, Hearts are now on 7 points after getting wins against Dwarfs and Liberty and a draw at WAFAThey face arch rivals, Asante Kotoko, in their next Ghana Premier League in Accra on January 26.
Head coach of the national football team of BiH, Mehmed Bazdarevic, announced the list of players for the match against Greece in Athens, which will be played within qualifiers for placement on the World Cup in Russia in 2018.On Bazdarevic’s list are following:– Goalkeepers: Asmir Begovic, Ibrahim Sehic and Kenan Piric– Defense: Toni Sunjic, Ognjen Vranjes, Emir Spahic, Sead Kolasinac, Ermin Bicakcic, Edin Cocalic and Ervin Zukanovic– Midfielders: Miralem Pjanic, Haris Medunjanin, Gojko Cimirot, Mato Jajalo, Edin Visca, Rade Krunic, Tino Sven Susic, Izet Hajrovic, Senad Lulic and Danijel Milicevic– Attack: Edin Dzeko, Vedad Ibisevic and Milan Djuric.Sanjin Prcic and Marin Anicic canceled their arrival due to their injuries.On the wider list are Samir Memisevic, Dario Dumic, Haris Duljevic, Miroslav Stevanovic and Tomislav Tomic.The match Greece – BiH will be played on the 13th of November in Athens.When it comes to the situation in Group H, the first is the team of Belgium with 9 points, and the runner-up Greece has the same number of points. BiH is on the third place with six points, while Estonia has three points. Cyprus and Gibraltar have no points.(Source: D. B./Klix.ba)