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For any non UK viewers, semi pro soccer highlights are also known as semi pro football uk or non-league football here in the UK. 2020 will be the year where semi pro football wrestles more and more spectators away from the professional game, as they become disillusioned with VAR.

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  1. FC NONLEAGUEFOOTBALL

    January 27, 2020 at 9:01 am

    Superb as ever!! Love the comments, reverse angles and graphics! Something to aspire too for sure. Well done, and keep up the great work.
    Ps., love being able to keep up with Brockenhurst from Yorkshire 😉

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文中邀請全球廣大科技工作者加入聲明,“我們邀請其他人加入我們,支持武漢和中國各地的科學家、公共衛生專業人員和醫療專業人員。與前線同事並肩作戰!我們用同一個聲音說話。為了增加您對這一聲明的支援,請線上簽署我們的信件。We invite others to join us in supporting the scientists, public healthprofessionals, and medical professionals of Wuhan and across China. Stand withour colleagues on the frontline! We speak in one voice. To add your support for this statement, sign our letter online. LM is editor of ProMED-mail. ”科學家線上支持請訪問:

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At U.C. Irvine, to Honor Kobe Bryant Is to Win

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LOS ANGELES — In the weeks since Kobe Bryant’s death, the sprawl of Los Angeles has been covered in murals of the longtime Laker. It would be hard to find a local basketball court without a player wearing a Kobe jersey. Flowers, candles and other tributes have piled up outside Staples Center.

As the city prepared for a memorial service on Monday to celebrate the lives of Bryant and his daughter Gianna, who were among nine people killed last month when their helicopter crashed into a hillside near Calabasas, Calif., many were finding the most meaningful tributes to be the ones on the court.

That is especially true for a team that was close to him: the Anteaters from the University of California, Irvine.

The university’s Bren Events Center, a 10-minute drive from Bryant’s home, became an unexpected training ground for the player in 2007, thanks to the coordination of Ryan Badrtalei, who was then the director of basketball operations.

From 2007 to 2013, the Bren Center was Bryant’s off-season home. He was relentless, Badrtalei said, to the point that off-season almost sounded like an oxymoron. “I can honestly say there wasn’t a day where he gave a half effort,” Badrtalei said. “That was his approach every single day of every off-season: ‘What can I do to get better? How can I do more to continue to evolve?’”

Badrtalei, too, was relentless. He became the assistant coach of the Anteaters in 2009 as his relationship with Bryant deepened. “Being around him, not wanting to let him down, kept that drive going,” he said.

One of the last texts Badrtalei sent to Bryant was about that persistent mentality. While listening to an interview with Bryant, Badrtalei realized he could predict every answer. “I said: ‘Man, I can’t believe how much you have impacted my thought process. Every question they asked, I kind of knew the answer.’ I know how he thinks and how it’s shaped the way I think in terms of my approach to training and competition.”

“And that’s unfortunate for everybody I’ll be coaching — they’ll feel that,” he added, laughing.

It was evident on the court Saturday night when Turner and Badrtalei led the Anteaters against California State University, Northridge. The Anteaters are in their championship push with hopes of an N.C.A.A. berth, and it shows.

At one point in the game, the Anteaters were leading by 32 points. But they were playing with an intensity as if the score were reversed, their coaches shouting as if the N.C.A.A. championship were on the line.

Most of this year’s squad did not interact with Bryant as much as some previous teams. In 2013, after Bryant ruptured his Achilles’ tendon, his off-season became dedicated to rehabilitation. His time at the Bren Center became sporadic, and he retired three years later.

But his relationship with U.C. Irvine remained strong, and the Anteaters intend to honor him the best way they know how: on the court. The Anteaters won their game on Saturday, 87-64, to improve to 19-10. They are 11-2 in the Big West Conference.

“I don’t think there’s anything better we can do to honor the legacy of Kobe than trying to compete at our highest level,” Turner said. “Our players see that as the responsibility that comes with feeling connected with Kobe, with the Mamba mentality.”



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