Success breeds interest – Samaras

Posted On Sep 21 2020 by

first_img For his part, Samaras insists he has no intention of leaving Glasgow any time soon. The 28-year-old arrived at Parkhead on loan from Manchester City in January 2008, before signing a permanent deal the following summer and is now the longest-serving player at the club aside from skipper Scott Brown. While speculation surrounds the future of some Hoops players such as Gary Hooper, Victor Wanyama and Fraser Forster, Samaras – voted player of the year by the club’s supporters recently – is “fully committed” to the Clydesdale Bank Premier League champions. He will sit down and discuss an extension to his current deal which finishes next year, at a time to suit both parties. He said: “I have one more year of my contract and hopefully I will be here next season. Six years is a lot but it has gone so fast and when you feel good at the club, people are looking after you and you feel you are part of a big family, I cannot see a reason to leave. “But it is too soon to speak about a contract. When they are ready and I am ready then we will have a chat. But we have plenty of time, don’t worry.” Georgios Samaras is not surprised that Celtic boss Neil Lennon has been linked with a move to Everton. The race for the managerial hot-seat at Goodison Park is under way after it was confirmed that David Moyes will take over from soon-to-be-retired Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United on July 1. “I haven’t heard anything but all I can say is that when you are playing at a high level like the Champions League and doing well then for sure people will come and watch the players or the manager or whoever is part of the team,” said the Greece international. “That is normal. When you are doing well, people will come and watch you. But I don’t know what he is thinking or what he wants to do.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more


Memorial Tournament 2019: Tee times for Tiger Woods, field, Round 4 TV schedule, live stream

Posted On Aug 16 2020 by

first_imgWith an increased purse comes a larger winner’s share. Bryson DeChambeau won $1,602,000 for his 2018 victory. The winnings for first place will go up to $1,638,000 this year.Odds to win the Memorial TournamentGolferOddsRory McIlroy+900Tiger Woods+1100Justin Rose+1600Patrick Cantlay+1600Jordan Spieth+1800Justin Thomas+1800Matt Kuchar+1800Rickie Fowler+2000Tony Finau+2000Hideki Matsuyama+2200Jason Day+2200(All odds via Bovada)Memorial Tournament past championsWoods’ five Memorial Tournament victories are the most of all-time, and Kenny Perry is the only other golfer to win more than twice. Jack Nicklaus, who designed Muirfield Village, is among the small group of golfers to have won twice.YearWinnerScore2019TBD…2018Bryson DeChambeau-152017Jason Dufner-132016William McGirt-152015David Lingmerth-152014Hideki Matsuyama-132013Matt Kuchar-122012Tiger Woods-92011Steve Stricker-162010Justin Rose-182009Tiger Woods-12 Since Woods is looking to rebound, the Memorial Tournament may have come at the ideal time. He has won the tournament a record five times, including three straight wins from 1999-2001. The tournament, founded by Jack Nicklaus, has been played at Muirfield Village Golf Club in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio, every year since its inception in 1976, so it’s a course that Woods is very familiar with. MORE: Watch the Memorial Tournament live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)This will be Woods’ final tournament before the U.S. Open, the third major of the year, making it important that he captures some momentum before the gauntlet at Pebble Beach. He will be competing against a loaded field, however, which features nine of the top 13 players in the World Golf Rankings. While Woods has won five times at Muirfield Village, he hasn’t finished in the top 20 since his last victory in 2012. Here is all of the information for how to watch the 2019 Memorial Tournament, including a full TV schedule, tee times for Woods and the field, updated betting odds and more. You can also follow our “Tiger Tracker” blog and live leaderboard to keep up with the tournament.Memorial Tournament 2019 TV schedule, live streamGolf Channel will broadcast all four days of the Memorial Tournament. Coverage then shifts to CBS on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. You can watch all four rounds on fuboTV (7-day free trial).DateTimeTV ChannelThursday, May 302:30-6:30 p.m. ETGolf Channel/fuboTVFriday, May 312:30-6:30 p.m. ETGolf Channel/fuboTVSaturday, June 112:30-2:45 p.m. ETGolf Channel/fuboTVSaturday, June 13-6 p.m. ETCBS/fuboTVSunday, June 212-2:15 p.m. ETGolf Channel/fuboTVSunday, June 22:30-6 p.m. ETCBS/fuboTVLIVE: Full leaderboard for the 2019 Memorial TournamentTiger Woods’ Memorial Tournament tee timesWoods will be playing with alongside Ryan Armour on Saturday. The pair is scheduled to tee off at 10:35 a.m. ET for Round 3 on Saturday. DateHoleTimePairingThursday, May 30108:26 a.m. ETJustin Rose, Bryson DeChambeauFriday, May 3111:16 p.m. ETRose, DeChambeauSaturday, June 1110:35 a.m. ETRyan ArmourSunday, June 2110:40 a.m. ETKeith MitchellTIGER TRACKER: Follow Woods’ score at The Memorial TournamentWho else is in the Memorial Tournament field?In addition to the likes of Woods, Rose and DeChambeau, Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Xander Schauffele and Rickie Fowler make up the rest of the top 10-ranked golfers competing in the tournament. Other notables include Matt Kuchar, Patrick Cantlay, Phil Mickelson and past champions Steve Stricker, Hideki Matsuyama and David Lingmerth. PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka and runner-up Dustin Johnson, the two top-ranked golfers in the world, will not be participating in the tournament. 2019 Memorial Tournament leadersHere are the Sunday tee times for the tournament leaders. You can find the full list of Day 4 tee times here.Tee time (ET)Pairing1 p.m.Justin Rose, Kevin Streelman1:30 p.m.Jordan Spieth, Marc Leishman1:40 p.m.Hideki Matsuyama, Patrick Cantlay1:50 p.m.Martin Kaymer (leader), Adam ScottMemorial Tournament purse, winningsThe Memorial Tournament contains a larger purse than most other non-majors. Its $9.1 million purse — a $200,000 increase from last year — for 2019 is higher than any other PGA Tour tournament in May besides the PGA Championship. The purse saw a dramatic increase in 2016 from $6,200,000 to $8,500,000. With his forgettable missed cut at the PGA Championship in the rearview mirror, Tiger Woods will try to right the ship at the Memorial Tournament, the next event on his 2019 schedule.Woods shot 5-over par in the first two rounds at Bethpage Black in the second major of the year, missing the cut by a stroke. His performance was a far cry from his memorable Masters win.last_img read more