This needs a thread
There's just a few hours remaining until Ghana face Portugal in one last bid to progress to the next round of the World Cup, but over the past few days, the team has been thrown into chaos. The disputes reached a head this morning, when coach Kwesi Appiah announced that Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntarihad been sacked.
BREAK: #GHA coach Kwesi Appiah confirms sacking Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari from team camp.— Gary Al-Smith (@garyalsmith) June 26, 2014
After feeling so good about the Loszewski recruitment/story I thought the board might enjoy this story as it will also tug at the heart strings.
Maj. Robert Sides, back from a tour of duty, surprises his son Austin as he throws the ceremonial first pitch at The K
Chalk a win up for CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX. I'm definitely on the fence with the legal arguments in this case, even though it's hard for me to feel bad for any company (broadcast, provider, etc.) that is responsible for the insane price of cable TV.
The Aereo business model was cool though, and I REALLY hope this decision doesn't halt the movement towards a-la-carte TV options and start-ups focused on internet TV options.
Also, for those not familiar with Aereo (it was only in maybe 10 cities I think).
The Calder Trophy is the NHL's rookie of the year award. Danny Dekeyser was a candidate as well.
Congrats to him, his NHL future is bright!
Nathan McKinnon wins, and deservedly so.
In other news, Patrick Roy wins the Adams over Mike Babcock.
It had been reported in the past that Madonna and her daughter were visiting/considering Michigan. As reported by the Freep, it is now listed in Michigan's directory that she will be a freshman in Michigan's School of Music, Theatre and Dance.
Chances that Madonna will be a halftime show in an upcoming home game? The wheels in DB's head are surely spinning