first_imgRoma are looking to offload Diego Perotti, Juan Jesus and potentially Alessandro Florenzi in order to lighten the pressure on their wage bill. The Corriere dello Sport reports that the Giallorossi want to move on the three players, as they aren’t considered important in coach Paulo Fonseca’s plans. Juan Jesus started the first game of the season in a 3-3 draw against Genoa, performed poorly and has since lost his place in the side. Perotti meanwhile has been out with a hamstring injury for most of the season, but since his return he hasn’t contributed with a goal or an assist in six games. Florenzi has also lost his place in recent weeks, and with the right-back looking to keep his spot in Roberto Mancini’s Italy squad for Euro 2020, he’s seeking a move away, with Inter and Fiorentina linked in recent weeks. The Corriere reports that getting rid of the three players would save in excess of €10m in terms of wages. Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/last_img read more

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first_imgBags made from old saris and dupattas are on saleYou can’t help but think of women’s lib when you hear the words ‘Dupatta Campaign’. Women’s empowerment might well be the aim, but the solution here is for the empowered women to create fashionable accessories instead of marching against the world,Bags made from old saris and dupattas are on saleYou can’t help but think of women’s lib when you hear the words ‘Dupatta Campaign’. Women’s empowerment might well be the aim, but the solution here is for the empowered women to create fashionable accessories instead of marching against the world in search of equality. Fitness and recycled craft expert Wanitha Ashok, whose earlier projects include workshops in schools and colleges and even in the Central Jail, is the brains behind this evocatively titled campaign.While her earlier projects were about using newspapers in innovative ways, and recycling harmful electronic waste like floppies and CDs into art objects, her latest project in varied hues and designs is all about reusing fabric. “All the women I know have saris and dupattas that they no longer wear. After storing them for a while, they are discarded-probably in the garbage, which goes to the landfills causing more even more pollution. We wanted to find an innovative way to recycle this product,” says Ashok.The resultant solution works in two ways. Firstly, it provides a way to empower women with limited skills, education and resources. Secondly, the end product is a fashionable bag ready for use. “We started with a niche market, but it’s already gaining popularity,” says Ashok. From trendy shopping bags to fashionable totes for college-goers, the range of bags created by Ashok’s gang of women is enviable. You could also help the cause by dropping off your dupattas or to buy the bags that are becoming the talk of the town. For more details call 9341231441.advertisementWhile Ashok is addressing serious issues, Abhijit Saha, Bangalore’s celebrity chef, has been roped in on an effort to make the truffle accessible to the Indian gourmand. So, get ready to sample some black gold this season. While there has been a shortage in the truffle harvest in Europe, a little known community, Balehonnur, near Chikmagalur, seems to have literally stuck gold by spotting truffle. Often referred to as ‘culinary gold’, thanks to its prohibitive costing, truffles will henceforth be harvested in Chikmagalur.The truffle mostly grows underground at the roots of oak, chestnut and hazelnut trees and a kilogram of white truffle costs anything between 1,500 to 4,000 Euros. Other varieties include the black truffle and the Alba. Planter Suresh Pai has a confirmation from the Central Food Research Agencies in the US and Europe that the variety of fungus that he stumbled upon is indeed authentic truffle.Saha, a celebrity chefSaha, who helped popularise the restaurants at the Park Bangalore, has since ventured into culinary entrepreneurship with Caperberry and Fava, now best favoured by Bangalore’s well heeled. “It tastes just as good, though it’s not as aromatic as the ones in Europe. It goes without saying that the truffle is one of the tastiest delicacies available for us to work with. The problem has only been the cost,” says Saha. He says there’s more in store for the food connoisseur this coming season. For updates call 25594567.Monica and Zahir at their storeIf you are worrying about your calorie intake after gorging on Saha’s delectables, then Monica and Zahir Laliwala will help you lose some. Their store SportsXS stocks up on a variety of sports items that will make you grab some and workout with your purchase. Said to be the first of its kind organised sports gear retailing outlet in India, it’s spread over 5,600 square feet. With over 50 brands, 25 product categories and 28 sports categories, SportsXS is also the franchisee for Adidas, Signature-Levi Strauss and Crossword to make the shopping experience complete.Sports entrepreneurship is not a common vocation in India and the largely unorganised industry still functions as single unit shots. “We are looking at expansion immediately in South India and aim to reach three to four lakh square feet in a time of five years. We want to make SportsXS a one of its kind station in the country,” says Monica.Thanks to their background in sports (Monica was a state level swimmer and Zahir was a state level badminton player), the duo has ensured strict quality control. SportsXS is a delight to tour whether you want to look at the range of cycles and accessories or if you’re looking for protective gear for any kind of adventure sports. Call on 25582411/2/3/4/5.Mandanna with her debut novel tiger hillsAfter fashion, food and sports, it is time for books. Sarita Mandanna’s debut novel Tiger Hills is a rage in the publishing circles and has already been considered a bestseller. Bangaloreans are lapping up the book thanks to the Coorg connection.Playing the dual role of being vice president of Equifin Capital and a novelist over the last five years, Mandanna has been paid the highest advance ever paid to a debut novelist by an Indian Publisher. The much bandied figure of 35 lakhs is a benchmark of sorts. While it is not surprising that the book has quickly made it to every bestseller list, the surprise element is that because of the book, the number of enquiries and bookings for homestays in Coorg have doubled. “Thanks to her book, we’ve been flooded with calls from across the country for stays,” confirms Krishna Muthanna, a planter and estate owner in South Coorg.advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgJust days after their two-year ban for indiscipline was overturned on appeal, Sandeep Singh and Sardar Singh made a comeback into the Indian squad for the tour of Australia.Both players had last month walked out of the national camp in Bangalore without permission, prompting Hockey India to slap the ban.But no sooner was the punishment revoked than the duo reclaimed their spots in the squad.There is also a new captain in Bharat Chetri and it will be the first such honour for the goalkeeper.He will be the third captain in three tournaments after Arjun Halappa and Rajpal Singh, a sign that coach Michael Nobbs wants to develop a leadership core in the side. Veteran Ignace Tirkey will be the vice- captain.The 22-man squad will tour Australia from October 12 till November 5 for a four- nation nine- a- side international Super Series, followed by another international tournament, featuring Pakistan and hosts Australia.The nine-a-side tournament will also feature New Zealand.Interestingly, VR Raghunath and Vikas Sharma, who were drafted into the side after Sandeep and Sardar had walked out, have been retained in recognition of their role in the victorious Asian Champions Trophy campaign.Hockey India selectors BP Govinda, Syed Ali, Thoiba Singh and AB Subbaiah, besides government observer Dilip Tirkey, witnessed the trials in Bangalore where the probables had a go at the new nine- a- side format as well.Roshan Minz is the only player from the Asian Champions Trophy squad to miss the cut. Veterans Tushar Khandker and Arjun Halappa, Bharat Chikara and SV Sunil also return to the squad.advertisementKhandker missed out on two tournaments due to a broken foot while Halappa had a groin injury.SquadGoalkeepers: Bharat Chetri (captain), PR Sreejesh Defenders: Manjit Kullu, Rupinder Pal Singh, VR Raghunath, Sandeep Singh Midfielders: Ignace Tirkey, Gurbaj Singh, Vikas Sharma, Manpreet Singh, Vikram Pillay, Arjun Halappa, Sardar Singh Forwards: Danish Mujtaba, Ravi Pal, Sarvanjit Singh, Rajpal Singh, Yuvraj Valmiki, SV Sunil, Gurvinder Singh Chandi, Tushar Khandker, Bharat Chikara Standbys: Nanak Singh (goalkeeper), Birendra Lakra (midfielder), Mandip Antil (forward), Chinglingsana (forward), Roshan Minz (forward)Saba to lead in AustraliaForward Saba Anjum will lead an 18-member Indian women’s hockey squad on the tour of Australia, which features four tests against the hosts and a nine-a-side tournament also involving Malaysia.SquadGoalkeepers: Yogita Bali, E Rajani; Defenders: Joydeep Kaur, Preety Sunila Kiro, Jaspreet Kaur; Midfielders: Asunta Lakra, Kirandeep Kaur, Ritu Rani, P Sushila Chanu, Mukta Prava Barla, Deepika; Forwards: Saba Anjum (captain), Jasjeet Kaur Handa (vice-captain), Poonam Rani, Vandana Katariya, Rani, Soundarya Yendala, Rosalin Dung Dung.last_img read more

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first_imgIndia will have to sort out their top-order batting woes as buoyed by a morale-lifting 16-run victory in the previous game, a resurgent West Indies would be a tough nut to crack in the fourth and penultimate one-dayer at the Holkar Stadium here on Thursday.Windies had competed well against the stronger and more fancied hosts in the first two matches that they lost at Cuttack and Vishakapatnam, but the victory in the must-win Ahmedabad match has lifted their sagging spirits on the tour where very little has gone right for them.The much-vaunted Indian batting line-up would certainly be wary of the dangers posed by the varied Windies attack after the way they folded up in the Motera Stadium.Rohit Sharma played a lone dominant hand among the front-line batsmen and has been the bulwark of this batting order that is without the presence of key players Sachin Tendulkar, Mahendra Singh Dhoni ? both resteed ? and the indisposed Yuvraj Singh.The biggest flops have been the Delhi duo of Virender Sehwag, who is leading the squad in the absence of Dhoni, and Gautam Gambhir, performing well below par in the three games.Both were dismissed shockingly for first-ball ducks by West Indies’ pacer Ravi Rampaul who has made a big impact with both the bat and the ball in the rubber.Sehwag and Gambhir need to pull up their act and come out with bigger contributions for India to take an unassailable lead and clinch their second ODI series in a row after the 5-0 whitewash of England.advertisement”We have to look at our top order. We have to click and fire. We have to give a good start as a team so that we can achieve any target or set any target for the West Indies in the coming games,” said Sehwag after India lost at Ahmedabad.Parthiv Patel, donning the gloves in the absence of Dhoni, did show some encouraging form in Ahmedabad while stroking his way to 39, but would need to convert such starts into more meaningful ones.The bowling too did not exactly set the Sabarmati river on fire with the likes of Umesh Yadav and Abhimanyu Mithun having been carted around by West Indian captain Darren Sammy and Andre Russell.The old penchant of the Indian bowling attack to concede big runs to the lower order after packing off the top has resurfaced in this series.Yadav has been given a break for the last two games and Irfan Pathan, who had been in the international wilderness for nearly two and a half years, brought into the squad and his inclusion in the playing 11 would give the right-oriented pace attack a bit more variety.The Baroda man’s presence, who has been rewarded for some consistent display in Ranji Trophy this season, would also add meat and experience to the line-up with his ability as a power-hitting left-handed floater in the batting order.”It would be difficult for me to say whether it’s more of happiness or relief, but I would like to make full use of the opportunities available. Not many people get a chance to represent the country and I have been fortunate enough to do that and, God willing, would like to represent my nation for a long time,” he has said.There certainly could be a hint of nervousness in him when he steps on the field, but the 27-year-old is a potential match-winner and could not have asked for a more appropriate stage to rekindle his career.Pathan and Vinay Kumar could be a handful for the West Indies batting line up which is likely to miss the classy Darren Bravo who retired hurt when in good flow in Ahmedabad because of a left hamstring strain and did not resume his innings or come on to field.Left-handed Bravo’s availability for the match is in doubt and his absence would be a big blow for the struggling Windies outfit.The visiting batsmen would again be confronted by the spin duo of Ashwin and left-armer Ravindra Jadeja both of who bowled well and economically in Ahmedabad. The visitors need to be more positive against this duo to keep the momentum going in the middle overs.The return to form of Marlon Samuels with the bat, who batted fluently for his first half century of the rubber at Ahmedabad, is welcome news for the inexperienced batting order which has worked in fits and starts.Rampaul has been the stand-out performer with the ball for the visitors on this tour in both Tests and ODIs, and the tourists should also be very pleased with the debut of off spinner Sunil Narine who showed good variety and control in Ahmedabad with his flat stuff to pick up 2 for 34.advertisementBut the tourists’ bowling, overall, looks a bit short of the necessary depth to trouble the long and formidable Indian batting unless it self-destructs as it did in Ahmedabad.Pitch curator Samundar Singh Chauhan said yesterday that the wicket is batsmen-friendly.Whether the proceedings live up to his promise remain to be seen as in the first two games the batsmen have not had things all their way.The squadsIndia: Virender Sehwag (Capt.), Gautam Gambhir, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja, Parthiv Patel, R Ashwin, Abhimanyu Mithun, R Vinay Kumar, Irfan Pathan, Varun Aaron, Rahul Sharma, Manoj Tiwary.West Indies: Lendl Simmons, Adrian Barath, Marlon Samuels, Darren Bravo, Danza Hyatt, Kieron Pollard, Denesh Ramdin, Darren Sammy (Capt.), Andre Russell, Ravi Rampaul, Kemar Roach, Anthony Martin, Sunil Narine, Kieran Powell, Jason Mohammed.Match starts at 2:30 pmlast_img read more

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first_img“We don’t have a billion people to choose from. So we have to make use of whatever we have.” As head coach in charge of looking after the Australian Institute of Sport programme at the Cricket Australia Centre of Excellence in Brisbane, renowned coach Troy Cooley knows setting up and maintaining a sustainable system for cricketers is the backbone of a strong national set up.And with only six state teams, Cooley and the Centre of Excellence are pivotal in keeping the assembly line of ‘ready’ cricketers running.On Saturday, the academy at the Allan Border Field in Albion ‘turned the first sod’ on a new $ 17.5 million facility which will provide a profile of players and measure their attributes to improve their game and help take the next step.”This will be one of the best profiling places in the world. We know what a player requires to be a fast bowler or a batsman as we have some stringent standards regarding fitness and basic technique. We will be able to put them through the paces of sport sciences and tell them exactly what they need to be doing,” Cooley said.The centre has for long been regarded as one of the best facilities as far as developing and training budding cricketers is concerned and Cooley is proud of the fact that the current system in Australia allows players from the junior levels to make the transition to the higher level.”We have good people who pass players on from second grade to first grade cricket. All states have their youth programme set-ups. We have selections for the under-18 talent camp and then that moves into the under-19 international programme and then into Australia A and Sheffield cricket. We expose youngsters to conditions and situations they are likely to get at the top level. And we allow them to make mistakes, explore and use their thought process on how to tackle a situation,” he said.advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgJade Jagger, DesignerWe have a cookie cutter approach to design in the West. It wasn’t always like this, but in recent years, a lack of artistic input, from the high street to our homes, has left a legacy of homogeneous design. As a fashion and interiors designer, I travel the,Jade Jagger, DesignerWe have a cookie cutter approach to design in the West. It wasn’t always like this, but in recent years, a lack of artistic input, from the high street to our homes, has left a legacy of homogeneous design.As a fashion and interiors designer, I travel the world working and looking for inspiration. My hope is that countries with strong design identities, such as the big new superpowers, India and China, don’t end up heading down the same route as the West as far as this approach to design goes.India has been an important place for me. I have a house in Goa where I spend a great deal of time, using it as a hub to visit the rest of the country. I’ve worked in India for 20 years now, with many of my jewellery workshops based there, and the country is one of the few places that still really reveres the kind of hand-crafts that I’m interested in. There is huge attention to detail and old-fashioned standards. Good design in is their DNA.Of course, India has changed a great deal in that time. But while it has embraced global influences like coffee shops, the streets aren’t littered with Starbucks. Instead, they have a homegrown brand, Cafe Coffee Day, that is hugely popular with the nation’s youth, which shows you can create large scale business models without being bland.Fab India, a clothing and homes store which reminds me a little of Habitat in its glory days, has a similarly individual feel despite its prevalence. Thousands of rural producers help to create their products, using traditional techniques and skills. This makes for a multitude of different styles so that, say, if you find a tablecloth you like, the chances are you won’t find one to match. To me, this is hugely exciting.An outside view of the swanky living room designed by Jade Jagger for The Lodha Group in MumbaiIndia itself has a number of different design identities. In Mumbai for example, people dress differently to those in other Indian cities so it is a Mecca for inspiration. The women are much more embellished and the men sport more outrageous styles than you find elsewhere in the country.The refreshing thing is that this sense of style, this love of great design, runs through every social class. Everyone in India, whatever their financial situation, cherishes and owns items that are beautiful and unique. Whether it’s a fabulous shawl, a hanging on the wall or jewellery, you can see that everybody invests as much effort as they can to decorate themselves and their homes with great design. In India, if you’re looking for some metal furniture, for example, you’re more likely to go to the ironmonger and create your own chair than go to a shop. This is a country in touch with artisan production and craft.Fine workmanship and craftsmanship is expected and appreciated. Let’s face it, an India full of shops selling the same items in Mumbai as you’d find in Manchester or Miami, like a fast food chain, would be a design disaster. There are cultural differences and I think we should maintain and celebrate them. No design should ever be a carbon copy of something overseas.Whether I’m working with unique fashion pieces, or on larger scale interior design projects for yoo, I always seek to deliver originality. This is why the amount of design duplication in fashion frustrates me. I don’t see why the high street can’t come up with some of its own original designs instead of endlessly copying others.India aside, there are several other places close to my heart which have a distinct design quality and a kind of visual language that in inherent in the local culture.The bedroom at The Lodha Fiorenza Show Suite that draws on Indian motifs and rich colours like burnished gold and redIn Morocco there’s definitely still a love for intricacy, while in Ibiza that Mediterranean whiteness and cleanliness remains strong. In northern Europe, of course, we lean toward darker colours and generally a more cosy way of finishing off our homes.My home in Ibiza is a good example of integrating with the local culture. The design for it is quite minimalistic in a way, in terms of colours, but the house has got a great combination of Mediterranean courtyard, a main room with a grand double height ceiling, and a smattering of Moorish influences.I’ve currently got projects running in Portugal, Morocco and India and, while the odd client still wants some imported marble or the like, I’m finding there is an increased desire for a look and feel that’s authentic. People want design that is defined by their country and that sits harmoniously with the environment.In a world under threat from insipid, homogeneous design, we should celebrate those who constantly seek the unique.Jade Jagger is Creative Director of yoo; www.yoo.com, jadejagger.comadvertisementadvertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgUnion Rad and Transport Minister C. P. Joshi will now feel at home with two Rajasthan cadre officials joining his team. A revamp is likely with a couple of senior-level officers already packing their bags, hint insiders. Rumours are that two joint secretaries are on their way out.Joshi has already got in place Rohit Kumar Singh, secretary (sports) in the Rajasthan government as joint secretary and Rohit Kumar from MNREGA as a director rank officer. Kumar is also an IAS from the Rajasthan cadre as Singh.Officials justify the postings saying, safety is a priority and more hands are needed to execute the guidelines.last_img read more

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first_imgYesteryear superstar Rajesh Khanna , who was on Saturday admitted to a private hospital here, is recovering fast and likely to be discharged in a couple of days.The 69-year-old actor, who was not keeping well of late, was admitted to Lilavati Hospital in suburban Bandra due to “exhaustion” and “weakness”.”He (Rajesh) is fine…He is much better on Sunday. He should get discharged in a day or two,” Khanna’s estranged wife Dimple Kapadia, who is taking care of him told PTI.Speculations were that Khanna was suffering from liver infection whereas some reports say that his kidneys have been severely affected.However, Dimple denied the reports saying the actor was only “little weak”.”No, not at all. He is exhausted and a little weak.. So for better care we have brought him to the hospital,” the actress who is tending to him at the hospital said.Khanna’s manager Ashwin had said earlier this week that the actor had stopped taking food for the last three-four days though he was at home.Dimple Kapadia coming out of hospital.However, “Kaka” , as the actor is fondly referred to in the industry, had emerged at the balcony of his house ‘Aashirwad’ on Carter Road in suburban Bandra to wave at his fans and media persons.Flanked by his wife and actor son-in-law Akshay Kumar, a bearded Khanna, though looking frail, attired in a crisp Kurta and sporting black shades, repeatedly flashed the victory sign with a smile.Earlier in April too, the actor had to be admitted to Lilavati Hospital after he complained of uneasiness and exhaustion.The actor was hailed as India’s first superstar after 15 consecutive solo superhits between 1969 and 1972 including “Aradhana”, “Haathi Mere Saathi”, “Anand” and “Amar Prem”.He was recently seen appearing in his first television ad, directed by filmmaker R Balki, for Havell’s fan.advertisementlast_img read more

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first_img“They are lighter and deliver great mobility and sweat wicking characteristics, and the feedback from players has been overwhelmingly positive. “However, during game play we have seen a small number of athletes experience significant jersey tears. “We are very concerned to see any game day tear and are working quickly to implement a solve that involves standardizing the embellishment process and enhancing the seam strength of game day jerseys.“The quality and performance of our products are of utmost importance and we are working with the NBA and teams to avoid this happening in the future.”ADVERTISEMENT After 30 years, Johnlu Koa still doing ‘hard-to-make’ quality breads Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Malditas save PH from shutout MOST READ ‘A complete lie:’ Drilon refutes ‘blabbermouth’ Salo’s claims LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers plays with a ripped jersey during the second half against the Boston Celtics at Quicken Loans Arena on October 17, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images/AFPNike on Tuesday vowed to fix issues with its NBA jerseys after a string of high-profile incidents which have seen shirts torn to shreds.The opening weeks of the NBA campaign have seen multiple incidents of torn jerseys, creating a public relations headache for Nike in the first season of an eight-year deal as the league’s jersey supplier.ADVERTISEMENT The Fatted Calf and Ayutthaya: New restos worth the drive to Tagaytay Several of the league’s biggest names, including LeBron James and Draymond Green have been seen wearing tattered shirts since the season began.Last week, Sixers star Ben Simmons’ shirt was almost completely torn apart as he tussled for the ball during his team’s game with the Indiana Pacers.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingNike said it was working to remedy the situation in a statement on Tuesday.“Nike always puts the athlete at the center of everything we do and we have worked hard to create the most advanced uniforms in the history of the NBA,” the company said. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. center_img MRT 7 on track for partial opening in 2021 LiAngelo Ball, UCLA teammates arrested in China for shoplifting Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim Palace: Robredo back to ‘groping with a blind vision’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES View commentslast_img read more

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first_imgPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netDanny Kingad came into ONE Championship’s Legends of the World card ready to take his shot at destiny.With a five-fight winning streak under his belt, Kingad beamed with confidence and stared at ONE flyweight champion Adriano Moraes with the intent of taking the belt for himself.ADVERTISEMENT UP dumps NU in last elims game, but Final 4 status still in limbo With thousands of home fans screaming his name, Kingad tried to assert his offense on the Brazilian but it was Moraes who immediately got the upper hand in the opening minute of the first round sending the Team Lakay member to the mat.Moraes (17-2), who was making his first defense of the ONE undisputed flyweight belt, then methodically tired out Kingad on the ground before transitioning to the rear naked choke 15 seconds left in the fight.READ: Danny Kingad: student by day, fighter by night Kingad, though, didn’t leave himself down for too long as he knows he got the valuable experience of fighting in a title fight that would help him in the long run.“I will go back again and train,” said Kingad. “We will have future chances and we will get that belt for the country.”ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Palace: Robredo back to ‘groping with a blind vision’ MOST READ Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim LATEST STORIES MRT 7 on track for partial opening in 2021 The fight lasted 4:45— with Kingad tapping out to Moraes’ rear naked choke.READ: Kingad fails to take ONE flyweight title as Moraes retains beltFEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingHumbled and beaten, Kingad knew it still wasn’t his chance to become the top flyweight in the promotion.“All I can say is it isn’t my time yet to be a champion,” said Kingad (5-1) in Filipino Friday at Mall of Asia Arena.center_img After 30 years, Johnlu Koa still doing ‘hard-to-make’ quality breads View comments Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ The Fatted Calf and Ayutthaya: New restos worth the drive to Tagaytay ‘A complete lie:’ Drilon refutes ‘blabbermouth’ Salo’s claims Malditas save PH from shutout Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

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