Statistics does not lie: Pjanić better than Vidal and Pogba

first_imgSince his arrival to Juventus, Miralem Pjanic became the target of the fans, former football players and self-appointed experts who talk about his bad games in this club.However, when one looks at Pjanić’s a concrete impact on the game and looks to statistics, both lead to quite different conclusions.For instance, if one looks at 14 matches where Pjanić played, it can be concluded that he  scored five goals and assisted six times, making him more efficient and profitable than Vidal and Pogba with whom he is constantly compared with. Moreover, his movements during the game and the percentage of correct bands are at a high level as well.For all these reasons it is unlikely that Massimilliano Allegri will let Miralem to leave and sign for Arsenal.The only question is when the fans will understand this?(Source: fokus)last_img read more

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GHR To Host Last Race Of 2013 Saturday October 5

first_imgAdditional InformationTrack: Grays Harbor RacewayLocation: 32 Elma McCleary Road, Elma, WA, 98541Track Contact: (360)-699-RACEWebsite: www.graysharborraceway.comSponsors: Budweiser, Bully Dog Performance, Cut Rate Auto Parts, Harbor Pacific Distributing, Hoosier Racing Tires, Lucky Eagle Casino and Hotel, The Contingency Connection, Lucas Oil Products, Our Community Credit Union, Pepsi, Shipwreck Beads, Whitney’s Auto Group, Elma Chamber of Commerce, Quinault Beach Resort and Casino, Grays Harbor County Fairgrounds, Adamas Reality, Olympic Eagle Distributing, Midnight Cruisers Rod Fest, PNE Corporation, Push Rods, Q-Mart, Midnight Cruisers, Fosses Hot Rods & Cool Cars, Harrington Financial, I-5 Quarter ¼ Midget Club, Jacknut Apparel, 104.7 KDUX FM, KIX 95.3 FM, RockAuto.com Submitted By Ben Deatherage for Grays Harbor RacewayPhoto Courtesy of Jim MarshallGrays Harbor Raceway has just one race left in the 2013 campaign as Saturday October 5th will be your last chance at seeing the 3/8-mile clay oval in action this year.  The venue will host the Northwest Extreme Winged Sprints, Cut Rate Auto Parts Street Stocks, and Hornets.Tickets for Saturday will be Adults $13.00, Senior (62+)/Juniors (13-18)/Military $10.00, Youths (6-12) $5.00, Youths (5 and Under) FREE, Family Pass (Two Adults and Up To Four Youths) $30.00, and Premium Seating $20.00. Pit gates open at 2:30, front gates, 4:30, and racing starting around 6:30.This event will mark the second time ever that racing has occurred at GHR in the month of October.  Last year Jesse Thistle managed to enter victory lane in the first ever Northwest Extreme Winged Sprint feature in Elma after dominating the field.  Already this year Kenny Rutz has won twice and Sammy Wright once in the same class.In the Cut Rate Auto Parts Street Stocks and Hornets their championships have been decided but nonetheless is guaranteed to produce some thrilling action.  Jason Tole backed up his 2012 title this year by capturing his third career Cut Rate Auto Parts Street Stock championship and Chad Norton also managed to score back-to-back track titles in the Hornet division.The Grays Harbor Raceway is known for its high speeds and side by side racing as well as its large track size. Hosting racing action from April to October regular classes include 360 Sprints, IMCA Modifieds, USAC Ford Focus Midgets, Street Stocks, Hornets, and for the first time the Northwest Extreme Winged Sprint Car Series. Special events include visits by the World of Outlaw Sprint Car Series and American Sprint Car Series-Northwest Region. You can keep up on all the latest activity at www.graysharborraceway.com for the most-recent news and stories or call the Northwest Information Hotline at (360)-699-RACE. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

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City of Olympia Reports Structure Fire on Fones Road

first_imgFacebook1Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by City of OlympiaAt 12:35 this morning, the Olympia Fire Department responded to a commercial structure fire in a large apartment complex at 1400 Fones Rd SE. 911 Dispatch received multiple calls reporting a fire from one side of a 10 unit building in the complex. Olympia Firefighters arrived 4 minutes later and found fire in the back of the building, extending up the outside wall to the attic spaces and roof. All the residents of the building had evacuated.Initial arriving crews reported heavy fire and smoke from the interior of 2 apartments, the back wall of the structure, the attic and the roof. Firefighters attacked the fire from both sides of the building while ladder companies work on the roof above the fire.  A second alarm was called for additional resources.  Fire spread throughout the attic.  The center 4 apartments of the 10 unit building received significant structural damage from the fire.  The remainder of the apartments received smoke or water damage at a minimum.  The building had fire alarms but not fire sprinklers.  Neighboring buildings in the complex, although close to the fire, were not damaged.This fire response included four Olympia Engine Companies, one Ladder Company, two Medic Units, and a Command Unit.  Lacey Fire District 3 sent one engine and a ladder truck on the initial assignment.  The second alarm brought additional units from Lacey, units from Tumwater and Fire District 6.  There were no injuries to firefighters.  One resident was treated for minor smoke inhalation and transported to the hospital.  Residents were able to evacuate multiple cats, one cat has found by firefighters and reunited with its owner, 2 other cats died in the blaze.Units remain on scene to complete overhaul and begin the fire investigation to determine the cause of the fire. Property and contents loss is estimated at over $1,000,000.  Management at the complex and the American Red Cross were working to care for the displaced residents.  The owners will work with the City of Olympia to rebuild the approximately 20 year old building.  New construction will require fire alarms and fire sprinklers.  Fire sprinklers could have significantly reduced the amount of fire damage in this event.For further information contact Olympia Fire Department 360-753-8348.last_img read more

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