Two men are lucky to be alive after a vital cord snapped on the bungee ride they were on moments before they were to be launched into the air.The incident occurred Saturday at the Cobra Adventure Park in Panama, Florida.Video of the incident shows the two riders seated in the “Vertical Accelerator” as the ride operator prepares to launch them into the air, suddenly the elastic rope on the left side of the ride, shreds to pieces and lands on the ground next to them.The riders were removed from the ride and the ride was briefly shut down.As of Monday, the ride was reportedly open and inspectors have been called to the park to check the ride.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – An inept West Indies suffered their heaviest One-Day International defeat to England, when they crashed to a 186-run loss in a lopsided series finale here yesterday.Reserving their worst performance of the three-match series for the historic Kensington Oval, the hosts batted and bowled with equal indifference, as England pulled off their first-ever clean sweep of an ODI series in the Caribbean.Sent in, England equalled their highest-ever total against the West Indies and the highest ever at the venue with 328 all out, from their 50 overs, with fit-again opener Alex Hales gathering 110 and Joe Root, 101.The pair dominated the West Indies bowling, adding 192 for the second wicket to pull their side around from the early loss of Jason Roy for 17 in the sixth over with 27 runs on the board.Twenty-year-old fast bowler Alzarri Joseph, playing his first game of the series in place of the injured Shannon Gabriel, claimed four for 76 while captain and fellow seamer Jason Holder picked up three for 41.Having never successfully chased a total in excess of 300 to win an ODI, West Indies buckled under the weight of history and collapsed for 142 all out off 39.2 overs – narrowly avoiding their lowest-ever venue total of 141, 23 years ago.Only left-hander Jonathan Carter with 46 showed any enterprise but he was the sole batsman to pass 20 and one of just three to reach double figures.West Indies were tormented by seamers Chris Woakes (3-16) and Liam Plunkett (3-27) who finished with three wickets apiece while Steven Finn claimed two for 35.Once the hosts collapsed to 45 for six in the 17th over, the mission became one of avoiding embarrassment, and they needed Joseph’s entertaining unbeaten 22 off 13 balls at number 11, to avert total disaster.Left-hander Kieran Powell (6) failed for the third straight game when he defensively pushed the third delivery of the innings from Finn in to Hales’ hands at short square leg.In the very next over, new batsman Evin Lewis tugged an attempted pull back to bowler Woakes without scoring and when opener Kraigg Brathwaite’s nondescript waft at Plunkett found Root at mid-wicket, West Indies were tottering on 13 for three in the fourth over.Jason Mohammed, already with two half-centuries under pressure in the series, failed to deliver this time as he missed a drive at Plunkett and was bowled for 10 at 32 for four in the 13th over and Shai Hope (16) and Holder (0) fell to Plunkett off successive deliveries in the 17th over, to leave the innings in strife.Carter, who finished as his side’s leading run-scorer with 137 runs, faced 77 balls and struck eight fours while adding 30 for the seventh wicket with Carlos Brathwaite (7).But seamer Ben Stokes trapped Brathwaite lbw on review and Carter was eventually ninth out, caught in the deep pulling at Finn in the 36th over.Hales and Root had earlier put England in control, with Stokes weighing in with a cameo 20-ball 34.Not for the first time in the series, the tourists lost an early wicket when Roy drove Joseph into Holder’s lap at mid-off but Hales and Root overcame a tough period to dominate.In his first match of the series after sufficiently recovering from a broken hand sustained on the recent tour of India, Hales faced 107 deliveries and crunched nine fours and five sixes to record his fifth ODI hundred.Root, meanwhile, coming off an unbeaten 90 in the second game in Antigua last Sunday, counted 10 fours in a 108-ball knock to post his eighth ODI hundred.Hales started slowly but quickly grew in confidence to reach his half-century off 52 balls with a cover-driven boundary off expensive leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo in the 21st over which leaked 18 runs.Given out on 93 in the 34th over, lbw to part-time off-spinner Kraigg Brathwaite, Hales gained a reprieve via DRS and raised triple figures off 99 balls with a top-edged six over the keeper’s head off Joseph.He was beginning to open his shoulders even further when he was caught at fine leg by Nurse off Joseph.Root, dropped twice before he had reached 20, strolled to his half-century off 71 deliveries but stepped on the gas and required only another 36 deliveries to reach three figures.On 241 for three at the end of the 40th over, England seemed poised for a total well in excess of 350 but underachieved in the last 10 overs, with only 87 runs coming for the loss of seven wickets.ENGLAND inningsJ. Roy c Holder b Joseph 17A. Hales c Nurse b Joseph 110J. Root c C. Brathwaite b Joseph 101J. Buttler b Holder 7E. Morgan b Nurse 11B. Stokes c K Brathwaite b Holder 34M. Ali c & b Joseph 0C. Woakes c Bishoo b Holder 13L. Plunkett run-out 11A. Rashid run-out 9S. Finn not out 2Extras: (b-1, lb-3, w-8, nb-1) 13Total: (all out, 50 overs) 328Fall of wickets: 1-27, 2-219, 3-232, 4-249, 5-263, 6-264, 7-304, 8-304, 9-317.Bowling: Holder 10-1-41-3 (w-2), Joseph 10-0-76-4 (w-2, nb-1), Bishoo 5-0-44-0 (w-1), C. Brathwaite 10-0-56-0 (w-3), Nurse 8-0-57-1, Carter 4-0-28-0, K. Brathwaite 3-0-22-0.WEST INDIES inningsK. Powell c Hales b Finn 6E. Lewis c & b Woakes 0K. Brathwaite c Hales b Woakes 5S. Hope c Root b Plunkett 16J. Mohammed b Plunkett 10J. Carter c Stokes b Finn 46J. Holder c wkp. Buttler b Plunkett 0C. Brathwaite lbw b Stokes 7A. Nurse c Plunkett b Woakes 6D. Bishoo c Roy b Rashid 10A. Joseph not out 22Extras: (b-4, lb-1, w-9) 14Total: (all out, 39.2 overs) 142Fall of wickets: 1-7, 2-8, 3-13, 4-32, 5-45, 6-45, 7-75, 8-87, 9-113.Bowling: Finn 10-1-35-2 (w-2), Woakes 8-1-16-3 (w-2), Stokes 7-2-27-1 (w-4), Plunkett 8-2-27-3 (w-1), Moeen Ali 5-0-27-0, Rashid 1.2-0-5-1.
European Tour chief executive Keith Pelley says the Ryder Cup is still on schedule for Sept. 25-27 at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin pending more discussions with the PGA Tour.___Three players from English soccer clubs Blackburn and Fulham have tested positive for the coronavirus.Blackburn says captain Elliott Bennett was found to be infected with COVID-19 after testing negative last Friday.Bennett says he doesn’t “feel unwell” and doesn’t have any symptoms. The European Tour plans to resume its season in July starting with a six-week stretch of golf tournaments in Britain and running through to the World Tour Championship in Dubai in December.The tour says its events initially will be held without spectators and will be subject to strict testing protocols amid the coronavirus pandemic.The season has been suspended since March 8. It will resume with the British Masters in northern England from July 22-25 before five further events in the “UK Swing” across England and Wales.Four Rolex Series events have been rescheduled for October to December. They are the Scottish Open, the BMW PGA Championship, the Nedbank Golf Challenge and then the season-ending World Tour Championship from Dec. 10-13.The tour says details of other tournaments from September to November will be announced later. Associated Press ___The Dutch Grand Prix has become the fourth Formula One race to be canceled this season.Organizers of the first Dutch GP in 35 years preferred to wait until next year in hope fans will be able to attend, rather than hold the race without them this time.The race in Zandvoort was set for May 3 and initially postponed.Race director Jan Lammers says “we would like to celebrate this moment, the return of Formula 1 in Zandvoort, together with our racing fans in the Netherlands.” The other races canceled were the season-opening Australian GP on March 15; the Monaco GP on May 24; and the French GP on June 28.Another six remain postponed.F1 organizers still hope to reschedule those and hold 15-18 races this season, starting with back-to-back races at the Austrian GP in July.___The postponed Belgian Cup final has been rescheduled for Aug. 1. That is one week before the start of the league’s next season. May 28, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The head of English cricket says “unorthodox” measures could be explored to ensure at least part of the domestic season is played this year. Fulham says two players tested positive but did not name them.The positive cases at the second-division clubs came after tests on 1,030 players and staff from Monday to Wednesday.The three players will have to self-isolate for seven days before returning to training ahead of a potential resumption of the competition.___The Hungarian soccer federation says matches in the country can once again be held with spectators in the stadiums. The England and Wales Cricket Board says there will be no professional domestic cricket before Aug. 1 because of the coronavirus pandemic.The governing body says its ambition remains to stage domestic competitions some time over the upcoming summer and that talks will continue with the government and health experts.The ECB has outlined a slew of proposals for play in both red ball and limited-overs cricket. They include opening up all grounds or using regional grouping for matches. Matches could yet be played before a limited number of supporters.England is looking to play international cricket from July.___ Elite sports made a comeback in Australia for the first time since March 22 with the Brisbane Broncos hosting Parramatta in the National Rugby League.Two rounds of matches were played in the NRL in March before Australia and New Zealand went into lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.No fans were allowed into the 52,500-seat stadium in Brisbane because of strict social distancing rules. But at a bone-jarring collision between burly rugby players was broadcast across Australia to signal the return of contact teams sports in the country.Players and all staff and officials had to undergo heat checks before entering the stadium and strict health protocols were put in place on the field.___ Bologna says a test carried out on a member of its staff who was suspected of having coronavirus has come back negative.The club says that a “further, definitive test” will be carried out in the next few hours.The players will nevertheless train individually as a precaution.It would be the first positive case in Serie A since the teams started training in groups if it is confirmed. The entire squad would have to go into quarantine.Serie A has been suspended since March 9 because of the coronavirus pandemic. The league is hoping to restart on June 13. The Latest: English cricket to explore ways to restart The announcement comes on the back of a government decree allowing the option amid the coronavirus pandemic.Organizers are obliged to keep three seats empty between each occupied seat and no fan may sit directly behind or in front of another. Players and essential personnel on or near the field during matches must recently have tested negative for the coronavirus.The federation says clubs can decide on their own whether they want to play in front or fans again.Tickets for next Wednesday’s Hungarian Cup final between Budapest Honved and Mezokovesd-Zsory at the Ferenc Puskas Stadium in Budapest will soon be sold online.___ Belgian soccer authorities say the match between Club Brugge and Antwerp will take place in an empty King Baudouin Stadium.Club Brugge has the opportunity to secure a league-cup double after it was awarded its 16th Belgian title this month following a decision to end the current season prematurely because of the coronavirus pandemic.All sporting competitions in Belgium have been suspended until July 31. The new season is set to start on Aug. 7.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6
It was a perfect mix of excitement and networking last weekend when Nigeria’s first online travel company Wakanow launched its much-anticipated Beach Sports Series themed “Sand, Sweat and Glory.”The event, which held at the Africa-themed La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort, had a number of corporate organisations compete for the top three spots in the highly charged contest.Speaking ahead of the games, Group Deputy Managing Director of Wakanow, Mr. Ralph Tamuno, said that the company seeks to leverage on the imitative as a platform to connect people together through sports. “The Wakanow La Campagne Beach Sports Series is a specially packaged initiative that brings together corporate bodies and sport loving individuals in a relaxed and fun environment inspired by a sense of healthy competition. It also provides networking opportunities and experience sharing for professionals across various industries.“Over the years, sporting activities have become not just a tool for recreation and social cohesion but a vehicle to promote good health and tackle some of the life-threatening hazards associated with modern life,” he stated.Following a succession of matches at various group stages, Team DHL, Oya and Wakanow grabbed the top three positions to emerge champions in the inaugural edition of the games.Speaking during the award presentation to the winning teams, Chief Marketing Officer of Wakanow, Mrs. Victoria Onwubiko, congratulated all the participating teams for their efforts at the various stages of the keenly contested games.“We are very excited at the success of the first edition of Wakanow Beach Sports Series, and are particularly impressed with the showmanship, friendship and shared experiences made possible by this competition. The Wakanow brand takes special delight in establishing enduring connections with consumers through these moments,” she stated.She added that the beach sports initiative is another way the Wakanow brand immerses itself in the rich culture and lifestyle of its customers by leveraging heavily on multi-touch campaigns and superior brand experiences that create seamless connection between the brand and its public.Wakanow is one of Africa’s online travel portals, providing seamless travel deals, holiday packages and tour services to millions of travelers in Africa and beyond. Wakanow has grown from a humble background to becoming one of the fastest growing and largest travel sites in Africa.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Facebook Twitter Google+ Scott Shafer called for a fake.The last time the Syracuse head coach let a punter attempt to placekick on Saturday, Jonathan Fisher booted an extra point into the offensive line and had to scramble back to tackle Wake Forest’s Neil Basford who had scooped up the loose ball.This time, with Syracuse facing a fourth-and-goal at the Wake Forest 3, holder Charley Loeb caught the snap and immediately took off to his left before turning upfield toward the end zone.He was stopped inside the 1-yard line.“I just felt like if we had one blocked there then it’s not a two-point conversion if they run it back,” Shafer said. “It’s a touchdown.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe SU (4-4, 2-2 Atlantic Coast) kicking game reached a new low in the team’s 13-0 victory against Wake Forest (4-5, 2-4) at the Carrier Dome on Saturday. With Ross Krautman out for the year and replacement Ryan Norton suspended after his arrest on Friday, punters Fisher and Riley Dixon split the kicking workload.Dixon only handled kickoffs, but was lined up for the fake field goal. Fisher made his first extra point, but floundered on the second.Shafer estimated it rose only three feet in the air.“We needed another week to get him to have the ball come up higher,” Shafer said.Fortunately for the Orange, it won’t need Fisher or Dixon to kick field goals against Maryland next Saturday.Norton will return to the team tomorrow, Shafer said, after an especially difficult week.He “stubbed his toe” when charged with resisting arrest and underage possession of alcohol, Shafer said, and his grandfather died this week.“He’ll be back tomorrow,” Shafer said, “ready to help this team kick some field goals.” Comments Published on November 2, 2013 at 8:25 pm Contact Stephen: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Stephen_Bailey1
The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary between Wednesday, Oct. 8, and Thursday, Oct. 9.Crimes against propertyAt 9:54 P.M. on Oct. 8, a student reported that the rear bumper of his car was damaged while the vehicle was parked at the location.At 12:12 a.m. on Oct. 9, DPS officers responded to a report of a suspect driving a vehicle near 29th Street and Normandie Avenue, which was identified as a stolen vehicle by the license plate recognition system. Officers located the vehicle, but the suspect evaded them. During a later search of the area, officers pursued the suspect on foot and detained him. He was then arrested and transported to MDC for booking.Miscellaneous incidentsAt 12:09 p.m. on Oct. 8, a student was cited to Judicial Affairs for uncooperative and belligerent behavior with an LAPD officer who issued her a citation for riding her bicycle on the wrong side of the road near Jefferson Boulevard and Hoover Street.At 3:45 p.m. on Oct. 8, officers responded to a student who sustained a cut to his forehead when he fell while riding his bicycle near the JEP House. An LAFD RA unit was requested and treated the student, and then transported him to his residence.At 4:19 p.m. on Oct. 8, DPS officers responded to a non-USC female at the Blanche and Frank R. Seaver Student Residence Hall who sustained an injury to her shin when she slipped and fell inside a coffee shop in the location. The female stated she would seek medical treatment on her own, and she was released at the scene.At 4:29 p.m. on Oct. 8, DPS officers responded to a student who was struck by a vehicle while riding her bicycle near the Lorenzo apartments. The student sustained an injury to her ankle and was applying ice to it when officers arrived. She declined medical treatment. LAPD officers were responded to conduct a traffic investigation.At 11:04 p.m. on Oct. 8, DPS officers responded to a student who injured his ankle while playing basketball at the Lyon Center. The RA Unit that examined the student then transported him to California Hospital for medical treatment.At 12:14 a.m. on Oct. 9, officers responded to a student at Annenberg House who had a reaction to a medicated cream he applied to his groin. The student was examined and then transported to California Hospital for medical treatment.
“The principles should be broad enough to be applied to a variety of circumstances rather than tailored to a particular issue or controversy, and the Task Force should not deal with any particular issue or controversy,” Quick wrote in a letter then. “The Task Force should weigh all relevant considerations and develop criteria for making such decisions.” A bust of Rufus VonKleinsmid was found vandalized Friday morning at the VonKleinsmid Center, hours before Carol Folt was set to be sworn in as president of the University. During his tenure at the University, VonKleinsmid co-founded a think tank that promoted sterilization “to improve civilization.” A 2017 Daily Trojan article reported that “A Nation of Imbeciles,” a 2015 paper published in the “Chapman Historical Review,” found that the organization influenced Nazi Germany’s eugenics-based ideology through connections with top German intellectuals and officials. VonKleinsmid holds a controversial legacy at USC. Along with being the University’s fifth president, he was a known eugenicist, someone encourages the reproduction of desirable traits, generally among white people, and discourages reproduction among people with negative traits, which included the poor and people of color, both of whom were deemed intellectually inferior. While USC has not yet released a statement on the incident, USG Vice President Mahin Tahsin and USG President Trenton Stone said in a statement to the Daily Trojan that they have been in touch with Vice President for Student Affairs Winston Crisp. Students have asked the University to rename the structure for years. In March 2018, the Undergraduate Student Government Senate voted in favor of creating a task force to rename the building. “What needs to be understood is that this is not an issue of a few students disliking USC’s history or simply a representation of what the norm was at the time; calls to rename buildings are, however, an active movement to remove racism from the pedestal and a process in which history is accurately represented — not slanted — by the narratives of exceptionalism commonplace in American universities,” a Daily Trojan Opinion writer wrote in 2016, after a University study revealed VonKleinsmid’s controversial past. “USG just last week appointed three members to the Nomenclature Task Force and the group should be meeting soon,” they said in the statement. “We hope this will be a formal place to be able to evaluate names, images, and symbols on campus and prove to be effective in making everyone feel more comfortable attending USC.” According to a photo acquired by the Daily Trojan, the bust’s face was covered in a cloth with the words “rename VKC” written across it and a piece of cardboard with the word “nazi” hanging around its neck. Department of Public Safety Assistant Chief David Carlisle said that they are in the preliminary stages of investigating the incident. Photo acquired by Daily Trojan. USG did not comment on the specifics of the incident. In February, former Provost Michael Quick announced the creation of a task force on University nomenclature. The group is responsible for defining principles and processes for faculty, staff and students to submit concerns regarding campus building names, symbols and monuments, according to a memo sent to the USC community. Folt is no stranger to addressing controversial monuments. During her time at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Folt made the decision to remove the pedestal where “Silent Sam,” a campus Confederate statue, once stood. The fall before, students protested and took down the statue at UNC. After her controversial decision, UNC’s Board of Governors asked Folt to resign — months earlier than she anticipated.
Left tackle Josh Oglesby and the rest of Wisconsin’s offensive line will be tasked with forming running lanes for running back Montee Ball (right) Saturday.[/media-credit]After its Rose Bowl aspirations were taken to the brink three weeks ago, the Wisconsin football team already finds itself back in control of its destiny.With two games left in the regular season, Wisconsin is eight quarters away from clinching a berth in the inaugural Big Ten Championship Game. Following back-to-back losses to close out the month of October, the Badgers (8-2, 4-2), who defeated their last two opponents by a combined score of 104-30, are in control of the Big Ten Leaders Division thanks to losses from Penn State and Ohio State a week ago.But before the No. 17 Badgers can close out the year at home, they’ll have to hit the road for a contest with Illinois (6-4, 2-4) at Memorial Stadium.After being fortunate enough to see the opponents they needed to lose do so, the Badgers are focused on not letting the carpet slip from underneath them once again.“After those two losses you’re not supposed to think about the future, but we felt like we lost all that we were working for,” running back Montee Ball said. “It feels good to be back in the driver’s seat, and we just have to be sure we capitalize this time.”The Fighting Illini began 2011 as a sweet surprise of the Big Ten, winning their first six games and climbing as high as No. 15 in the USA Today Coaches Poll. But the season took a disastrous turn for Illinois, as the Illini are currently on a four-game losing streak. No. 18 Michigan handed Illinois its most recent loss, 31-14.Illinois features a defense that has been able to consistently play well all season, but an offense that, despite having several playmakers, has mustered a mere 42 points over the course of its four-game slide (10.5 points per game) and has failed to score any points in the first half of any of those four games.Comparatively, the Illini scored 208 points during its six-game win streak (34.7 points per game).The latest foe in the gallery of Big Ten mobile quarterbacks for Wisconsin to face is sophomore Nathan Scheelhaase. In his second season as a starter, Scheelhaase has thrown for an average of 185.7 yards per game and his 515 rushing yards place him just three away from leading the team.After facing several dual-threat passers already this season, the Wisconsin defense has grown comfortable defending against passers with an added dose of athleticism.“Our defensive line has to do a good job with the pass-rush lanes [to] make sure he cannot escape,” co-defensive coordinator Chris Ash said. “We’ve faced athletic quarterbacks a lot this year and we’ve done a good job, so we’re not expecting anything different.”Just over half of Scheelhaase’s 147 completions have been caught by NFL prospect A.J. Jenkins, a 6-foot, 190-pound wide receiver. With 76 receptions and seven touchdowns this year, Jenkins is eighth in the nation with 1,133 yards and impressively averages just under 15 yards a catch.But as good as Scheelhaase and Jenkins are, Wisconsin safety Aaron Henry knows the Illini defense has several other resources for moving the ball and scoring that demand attention as well.“Jenkins and Scheelhaase are the notable guys, but they have a running back, (Jason Ford,) who’s also really, really good,” he said. “They have two other wide receivers who also can make plays. I think it’s up to us to go out there and contain not only [Scheelhaase and Jenkins,] but their whole offense.“They definitely have guys outside of those two that can take it the distance.”But while Illinois’ offense has had trouble putting points on the board, the defense has done well this season to keep opponents from doing the same. Illini opponents have only scored 20 or more points four times this season, as Illinois is 12th in the nation in scoring defense.The defensive line and secondary are particular areas of expertise for the Illini, ranking ninth in pass defense (173.4 yards per game) and fifth in sacks (3.2 per game). Junior defensive lineman Whitney Mercilus, who has amassed an astounding 12.5 sacks in 10 games, leads the defense.That will make for an interesting matchup as Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson is tops in the nation with a 201.58 passer rating and averages just over 240 passing yards a game. Wisconsin’s offensive line, meanwhile, allows 1.60 sacks a game and on the ground has also churned out a record-setting running back in Ball, who now holds the conference single-season touchdown record with 27.“It’s a little different just because we haven’t seen them in a while and they have, for the most part, a new staff,” offensive tackle Josh Oglesby said. “It just takes getting familiar to it again. They have one of the most talented front sevens in the conference, and it’s definitely going to be a great test for us.”
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Police on Friday said they had seized a quantity of drugs as well as guns and ammunition during a pre-dawn raid in Central Trinidad.Police Commissioner Gary Griffith in green shirt with members of the TTPS.Police Commissioner Gary Griffith, who led the police exercise following a sting operation, said on television that “a very high-profile person of interest” had been detained.He said the operation came after 18 months of intelligence work and represents a significant break in the illegal guns and drugs trade.The police said several new guns had been sized during the operation and that several warrants for the arrest of another individual will be executed later on Friday.Police have maintained a heavy presence in the Macaya Trace, checking vehicles and people entering and exiting the area.
With Acheampong resigning from AshGold, it is unclear if he will still hold his position on the Executive Council of the Ghana FA since being attached to a club in the local football structure is a requirement for being part of the Association. AshGold Sporting Club will have to find a new Chief Executive Officer after the current one, Frederick Acheampong, resigned on Thursday.He announced this via his personal Twitter handle and said that he was no longer with the club since April 30.No reasons have been given by the club but Acheampong, on his part, said his reasons for walking away were ‘personal’.Acheampong became the club’s CEO in 2018 and he supervised the club’s participation in the CAF Confederation Cup in 2019.In his tweet, he thanked the club for the chance to serve and he thanked the team’s management and fans for their support.