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Bale & Wilshere scoop PFA Togel Singapore awards in England



Gareth Bale has been chosen the players’ Player of the Year at the PFA awards in London.

The Tottenham flyer won the vote from his peerBales following some explosive left-sided displays for his club in Europe, notably in Spurs’ defeats of Inter and Milan, which have left the 21 year-old Welshman one of the most coveted Togel Singapore men in football.


Arsenal’s Samir Nasri came second, with Man City’s Carlos Tevez third.


The Gunners’ Jack Wilshere won the Young Player of the Year Award, after the 19 year-old midfielder broke into Arsene Wenger’s first eleven and the full England national team.Wilshire


PFA Premier League Team of the Year 2011:


Van der Sar (Man Utd), Sagna (Arsenal), Cole (Chelsea), Vidic (Man Utd), Kompany (Man City), Nani (Man Utd), Nasri (Arsenal), Wilshere (Arsenal), Bale (Spurs), Tevez (Man City), Berbatov (Man Utd).


Japan joins Copa after u-turn


Japan will enter the Copa America as a guest in July after all.


Vice-President Kohzo Tashima has confirmed the JFA will send a team of predominantly Europe-based players to the tournament, which takes place in Argentina between the 1st and 24th of July.


“By playing in the tournament,” said Tashima, “we can show the rest of the world how the country of Japan is fighting. If we don’t take part in the tournament, it could present a negative impression.”


J-League fixtures postponed because of March’s earthquake and tsunami have been rescheduled for the same period, which initially caused the JFA to withdraw. But promises of financial aid from CONMEBOL forced a re-think.

The Asian Cup holders will face Colombia and Bolivia before a clash with the hosts in Cordoba.


The top two in three groups plus the two best-placed third-place teams will qualify for …

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Keikoan and Proulx claim WSOP Togel Singapore bracelets



French Canadian Miguel Proulx and Northern California pro Matt Keikoan are the latest proud bracelet holders as the 2010 World Series of Poker rolls on, delivering a stream of big money and star-power fuelled excitement at the Rio in Las Vegas.


Proulx took down a marathon event 28 $2,500 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha tussle, besting a starting field of 596 hopefuls and a final Day 3 survivor list of 12.


Proulx accounted for most of the action as the final table was formed and then whittled down to the heads up, in which he faced L.J. Klein at a chip disadvantage, doubling up into a more competitive position and ultimately beating him with a nut flush.


Along with the $315,311 main prize, Proulx picked up his first WSPOP bracelet, leaving LJ Klein with the runner-up prize of $195,147.


Northern California pro Matt Keikoan won his second WSOP bracelet (the first was in 2008 in a $2,000 NLHE competition) after three tough days in event 29, the prestigious $10,000 buy-in Limit Hold’Em World Championship.


He did so against many of the top names in the Togel Singapore game who had created a star-heavy entry field of 171 players for the event. Terrence Chan, Matt Hawrilenko and Greg Mueller provide good examples of the quality of the field.


On the final day, 13 survivors started out on a 15 hour endurance test that ended in just two men facing off.


The 5 hour heads up in the early hours of the morning pitched Keikoan against Daniel Idema and was characterised by talented and disciplined play by both contestants, but in the end the day and the bracelet was Keikoan’s, along with a first prize paycheck of $425,969, bringing his career earnings to well over …