18 Dec

I wish I could be punished like Tom Brady

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Henry MeierNothing to do with credit unions but yesterday Tom Brady was suspended four games for having his footballs deflated prior to the AFC championship game.Let me get this straight: He won the game and won the Super Bowl.  His punishment is to spend four extra  weeks on the couch at home watching  the games with his super model wife  Gisele Bundchen rather than being scowled out by  Bill  Belichick as he  gets  attacked by a bunch of 300 pound defensive lineman with 4-4 speed out to cripple him? Sign me up.Target Settlement Can Go Forward Effectively saying his hands were tied, a federal judge in Minnesota refused to block a proposed settlement between Mastercard and Target from going forward.  Under the agreement  $19 million  is being set aside for  eligible banks and credit unions to  settle their claims for operational costs and fraud-related losses on MasterCard-branded cards affected by the data breach. Upon accepting the offer, each issuer will release MasterCard, Target and its acquiring banks from all claims related to the data breach. continue reading »last_img read more

9 Sep

Munster and Leinster Under 21 football titles to be decided

first_imgCork won a thrilling decider between the teams by a point – 3-9 to 1-14 – in Tralee last year. Kerry have named 8 of the players that started that final for tonight’s game. Meanwhile Dublin aim to win a record fourth Leinster Under 21 title in-a-row when they take on Offaly at O’Moore Park.  Throw-in in both finals is at 7.30pm.last_img

28 Aug

Yusif Basigi sets minimum target of semifinals for Black Queens

first_imgBlack Queens head coach Yusif Basigi has targeted at least a semifinal berth for his side at the upcoming African Women’s Championship.The female senior national team confirmed their participation at the tournament after securing a 6-1 aggregate win over Tunisia.After leading the Queens to win gold at the African games, many have touted Basigi’s side as favourites to clinch the African Women’s Championship.However, the Hasaacas coach is eyeing a place in the last four as their minimum target.”The tournament is seven months away from now and it will be too early to say we are going to win it. We have to get there first,” he told the media after the game.”Our main target for the competition is the semifinal stage. After getting to that stage, we will then set a new target,” he added. The Championship, which will be the 12th edition, will be hosted in Cameroon between the 19th of November and 12 December.  –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more