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Why Dingdong considers new flick with Anne ‘a big thing’

Almost 20 years after they first---and last---worked together, Dingdong Dantes will reunite onscreen with his former "T.G.I.S." costar, Anne Curtis. But this time around, it's for a romantic film. The coming film, titled "Aya and Sid (Not a Love Story)," is Dingdong and Anne's first project together in which they play romantically involved characters. "It's such a big thing. I appreciate things like this," said Dingdong, who, in his two decades in show biz, has never shot a movie overseas---until now. It was also amusing, he added, to see just how much Anne has grown through the years. "Nakakatuwa ... It was one of the first big projects of our careers here in the industr...Keep on reading: Why Dingdong considers new flick with Anne ‘a big thing’.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerMar 19th, 2018

LeBron shines in debut, but Lakers still have lots to do

By Shaun Powell, NBA.com PORTLAND, Ore. -- His first basket of this new era was much like many others, in terms of impact and its ferocity and jaw-dropping nature. LeBron James stole the Trail Blazers’ cross-court pass and before him was the open court … and thousands of open mouths, all bracing in anticipation of a moment. His fast-break dunk was just as you expected it would be, jammed through the basket with a cocked arm and followed by a brief pose at landing, for emphasis and style. The greatest player in the game was back in full soar Thursday but, as it were, his new team remained stuck to the floor. Overall, this process is gonna take some time, you think? Before the Los Angeles Lakers whip the basketball world into a frenzy, they must whip Portland. And also the Houston Rockets, who visit Staples Center on Saturday (Sunday, PHL time) for the Lakers’ home opener. And the Golden State Warriors. And Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans. And any team in the Western Conference that considers itself a contender. But you knew this, right? “We’ll have to go through some moments,” LeBron said after the Lakers lost at Moda Center, 128-119. “We’ll have some adversity.” True, this isn’t an overnight sensation in the making. “Not as fast as you (media) guys think it’s going to happen,” LeBron said. The Lakers will get more chances to make a first impression, and that’s a good thing for them as they navigate through a potentially tricky transition period with their shiny new showpiece. There is only one thing that’s a lock through this bumpy path: LeBron is still the force he was in Cleveland and Miami, his only other NBA stops. Months before turning 34, his flow and his basketball instincts remain steak-knife sharp and his pride is intact. He tipped off his season by playing 37 minutes -- so much for reduced minutes here after 15 years of deep tread wear on his wheels -- and delivered 26 points, 12 rebounds and six assists. “I mean, that’s crazy, a guy to be in his 16th year playing at that pace and above the rim the way he was,” said Blazers guard Damian Lillard. “He looked like himself.” That said, he and his teammates are still working on their wavelength. This was evident for much of the night, when connections were missed and confusion reigned at times. On Thursday (Friday, PHL time), LeBron threw a behind-the-back pass that in Cleveland or Miami would usually hits is mark to teammates aware of his tendencies and timing. Last night, LeBron tried it and the ball dribbled out of bounds, all of which flummoxed LeBron and Kyle Kuzma (the nearest Laker). After the whistle blew and possession went to Portland, LeBron and Kuzma had a brief chat. “I expected Kuz to pop,” explained LeBron, “and he rolled. Then another time (Rajon) Rondo went to the hole, JaVale (McGee) thought it was going to him and it was meant for me. We’ll get better at that.” These first few weeks, if the Lakers are fortunate, will be conducted in a vacuum and a laboratory. Transitions are usually like that. LeBron had a similar one in Miami eight years ago, when a 9-8 start playing alongside Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh had folks thinking the sky was falling. With these Lakers, the reaction will -- or should, anyway -- be more muted if only because the expectations aren’t through the ceiling this season. The Lakers are trying to nourish the limited basketball experience of Kuzma, Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart and Brandon Ingram with LeBron (and Rajon Rondo) taking on more of a mentor role. That means class will be in session most, if not all, season. LeBron is preaching patience not only for those in and outside of the organization, but for himself as well. Sometimes, it’s easier said than done. LeBron realizes that he’s on the clock personally, even though his stamina and level of play remain high. “A lot of these guys don’t have as much experience, so I have to understand that,” James said. “And I do.” LeBron seems cursed by celebrated season openers, falling to 0-4 all-time in his debut games. He scored 25 points in his rookie opener, but Cleveland lost to the Sacramento Kings. He had 31 in his Miami opener in a loss to the Boston Celtics. And he had 17 points in his Cleveland return in 2014, a home loss to the New York Knicks. The Lakers’ crime Thursday (Friday, PHL time) was a failure to tighten up defensively and of course the mistakes that could be blamed on a getting-to-know-you game. And then there’s another issue that LeBron will soon discover, if he hasn’t already: He’s not in the easy East anymore. “There’s a tough game every night,” Lillard said. The West had 10 teams with winning records last season fighting for eight playoff spots. Coaches and players in the West were fond of tweaking their neighbors across the Mississippi in 2017-18, saying the non-playoff teams in the West should take some East spots. Of last season’s playoff teams, none return seriously weaker -- unless you’re ready to bury the San Antonio Spurs (who have a 21-year playoff streak going) or Minnesota Timberwolves (who are coping with the Jimmy Butler crisis). The Blazers were the No. 3 seed and were swept in the first round by the Pelicans, which puts the depth and overall strength of the West in perspective. Only three games separated the Blazers and the ninth-seeded Nuggets during the regular season. Meanwhile, the Rockets and Warriors were beyond the reach of mortals. LeBron chumped the East eight straight times to reach the NBA Finals. Yet by most indications, he’s an A-list teammate away from spooking the Warriors -- and that teammate isn’t in a Lakers uniform this season. This journey through the West could either humble LeBron or, at the least, make him realize the work needed for the Lakers to regain contender status. Heck, the Lakers couldn’t even prevent Nik Stauskas from having the biggest night of his NBA life. He scored 24 points and made more three-pointers (five) than the Lakers’ starting lineup (two). It was telling that Lakers coach Luke Walton started Rondo over Ball at point guard -- an understandable move after Ball missed several months recovering from knee issues. Rondo was mainly stellar (11 assists, three steals) while the Lakers’ fourth-quarter lineups excluded Ball. Meanwhile, Hart (20 points off the bench) earned crunch time minutes. “Everyone had different roles last year,” Walton said, “and some of those roles could change.” Well, someone’s role will remain the same. Regarding that guy, Walton said: “Glad he’s on our team. He’s pretty good at the game of basketball.” Veteran NBA writer Shaun Powell has worked for newspapers and other publications for more than 25 years. You can e-mail him here or follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 19th, 2018
Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 18th, 2018

Director Irene Villamor defends Nadine Lustre from critic who called her ‘flop queen’

Director Irene Villamor recently came to the defense of actress Nadine Lustre after a basher called her "flop queen" online. Following the success of "Sid and Aya: Not a Love Story," which saw Anne Curtis and Dingdong Dantes together on the big screen, Villamor is now working on her next film, "Ulan," which stars Carlo Aquino and Lustre. Aquino took to his Instagram recently and shared a photo of him and Lustre shooting a scene for the movie. In Aquino's post yesterday, Oct. 15, he and Lustre are seen standing in the rain in what looked like a jeepney stop in the University of the Philippines Diliman campus in Quezon City. "Munting palaruan noong aking kabataan," Aquino wrote o...Keep on reading: Director Irene Villamor defends Nadine Lustre from critic who called her ‘flop queen’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 16th, 2018

Filipino gold medal winner of Italian fine arts academy contest holds homecoming exhibit

If there is one thing Filipino artist Allanrey Migz Salazar knows, it's that comfort zone is a very nice place. "But nothing grows there," he says. Some two decades ago, Salazar, 45, decided to embark on a journey that took him across Europe where he was able to plant his roots on fertile artistic grounds. Salazar conducted a brief formal study of fine arts at the cole Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Paris, and took an intensive brief course in photography in Wrzburg, Germany. He also stayed for long stretches of time in Venice and Florence to immerse himself in Italian Renaissance art history. Among the artists he considers his influences are Michelangelo, Tintoretto, Rembra...Keep on reading: Filipino gold medal winner of Italian fine arts academy contest holds homecoming exhibit.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 23rd, 2018

Erwan Heussaff’s ode to New Zealand: Salmon with arugula puree

    When Erwan Heussaff and his fiance (now wife) Anne Curtis were looking for places to hold their wedding, they narrowed down the choices to Tasmania in Australia, and New Zealand. "Both are similar in terrain," Heussaff says, "but once we landed in Queenstown, we knew that it was the place." It also sparked his love affair with New Zealand. "It has one of the most beautiful airports in the world," he recalls. "You land in between hundreds of mountains, most of them snow-capped. It's the most gorgeous thing." New Zealand's produce Apart from viewing magnificent landscapes such as the Franz Josef Glacier and Ben Lomond, what excited him the most was sampl...Keep on reading: Erwan Heussaff’s ode to New Zealand: Salmon with arugula puree.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 30th, 2018

Ben Affleck joins Anne Hathaway thriller The Last Thing He Wanted

Ben Affleck. Image: INQUIRER.net stock photo The star of 'Argo', 'The Town' and 'The Accountant', not to mention the DC Extended Universe's current Batman, has si.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJul 13th, 2018

Anne Curtis stars in thriller film Aurora

After her top-grossing reunion movie 'Sid & Aya: Not A Love Story' with former 'T.G.I.S.' co-star Dingdong Dantes, Princess of All Media Anne Curtis embarks on another must-.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 21st, 2018

Anne Curtis stars in thriller film ‘Aurora’

After her top-grossing reunion movie "Sid & Aya: Not A Love Story" with former "T.G.I.S." co-star Dingdong Dantes, Princess of All Media Anne Curtis embarks on another must-see project, the thriller film "Aurora." Shot in breathtaking Batanes, the film is directed by Yam Laranas, best known for his 2011 work "The Road," starring Alden Richards. Meanwhile, 2018 is shaping up to be a banner year for Curtis as she is set to make three big releases this year. Her current film "Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story" has swept the box-office with staggering gross sales of P160 million. Then, her first-ever action film "Buy Bust," will open locally on August 1. Her third film t...Keep on reading: Anne Curtis stars in thriller film ‘Aurora’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 21st, 2018

Israel in uproar over Argentina pre-World Cup friendly snub

By Aron Heller, Associated Press JERUSALEM (AP) — The sports-crazed nation of Israel was in uproar Wednesday over Argentina's abrupt cancellation of a World Cup warmup match following pro-Palestinian protests, with some of the country's leaders accusing Lionel Messi and his teammates of caving to terrorism. Israel was eagerly awaiting the sold-out international friendly scheduled for Saturday night at Jerusalem's Teddy Kollek Stadium and the arrival of some of the world's best players. Argentina is one of the most popular national teams among Israelis and fans had been scrambling to get a chance to see Messi in person. But after a fierce Palestinian campaign, which included images of Argentina's white and sky-blue striped jersey stained with red paint resembling blood and threats to burn Messi posters, Argentina's football federation announced it was skipping the event. Claudio Tapia, president of the Argentine Football Association, apologized for cancelling the match but said the safety of the players was at stake. "What has happened in the last 72 hours, the actions, the threats that have occurred have led us to take the decision not to travel," he said during a news conference in Barcelona, where the Argentine team is training prior to the start of the World Cup next week. "(We) apologize to the Israeli community. It's nothing against the Israeli community, the Jewish community and I would like everyone to take this decision as a contribution to world peace," he said. "In the end, they've done the right thing, and this is behind us," Argentina striker Gonzalo Higuain told ESPN. "Health and common sense come first. We felt that it wasn't right to go." Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called Argentine President Mauricio Macri and urged him to intervene, to no avail. Later Wednesday, Israel's Sports Ministry said a "negotiation" about the match was underway, perhaps in hopes of salvaging it, but gave no further details. "It's unfortunate the soccer knights of Argentina did not withstand the pressure of the Israeli-hating inciters, whose only goal is to harm our basic right to self-defense and bring about the destruction of Israel," said Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman. "We will not yield before a pack of anti-Semitic terrorist supporters." The head of the Palestinian football association, Jibril Rajoub, had called on Arab soccer fans to burn Messi posters and T-shirts if he participated. He has long tried to get soccer's world governing body, FIFA, and the International Olympic Committee to impose sanctions against Israel. Rajoub believes Israel should be punished for restricting movement of Palestinian players, and for forming teams in West Bank settlements. Rajoub had also objected to holding the match in Jerusalem, whose eastern sector the Palestinians claim as their capital. Although the Kollek stadium is in west Jerusalem, it is located in a neighborhood built where a Palestinian village once stood before it was destroyed in the war surrounding Israel's independence in 1948. Following the move, he held a press conference in Ramallah featuring a picture of him with Messi and a sign reading: "From Palestine, thank you Messi." Rajoub had accused Israel of playing politics with the game, by moving it from its original location in Haifa to Jerusalem, and by trying to link it to celebrations surrounding Israel's 70th anniversary. He called it a victory for "ethics and values" of sports. "They tried to use sport as a tool for political ends, and for this I think, they failed," Rajoub said. Israeli President Reuven Rivlin said it was a sad morning for Israeli sports fans, including his own grandchildren. "But there are values that are greater than even Messi. The politicization of the Argentinean move worries me greatly," he said. Opposition figures, however, accused Israel's headline-seeking sports minister Miri Regev of bringing on the politicization of the sporting event by insisting on moving the game from Haifa to contested Jerusalem and by trying to orchestrate a politicized photo-op with Messi. Israel captured east Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war and annexed the area in a move that is not internationally recognized. Israel considers the entire city to be its capital, while the Palestinians seek east Jerusalem as the capital of a future state. Regev rejected the backlash at a press conference Wednesday evening saying "there is no bigger lie" than claims her decision to hold the match in Jerusalem aided in its cancellation. She said the Argentinians had not objected and that Messi himself had wanted to visit sacred Christian and Jewish sites in the holy city. Regev said the match was canceled following "threats by terror elements sent to Messi and his family and to other players." Opposition leader Isaac Herzog called the snub a "spectacular own goal" by Regev that delivered victory to boycotters of the Jewish State. Labor Party leader Avi Gabbay called for a police investigation into Regev's "corrupt conduct." "We just absorbed a shot in the face. This is not just sports," he tweeted. "This, unfortunately, could start an international tsunami." Regev claimed that "terrorist" groups had made threats against Argentina's players and their families, sending them images of dead children, though she gave no further evidence. She accused members of the Israeli parliament, or Knesset, of backing the boycott advocates. "Unfortunately, we have Trojan Horses in the Knesset who give headwind to terrorism," she said. The Palestinian militant Islamic group Hamas praised Argentina for canceling the game. Spokesman Husam Badran said Hamas "applauds" the move and reiterated its position that rejects "all forms of normalization" with the Jewish state. A senior official at the Argentine Football Federation said the national team decided to call off the match with Israel after receiving threats from Hamas. The official, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity due to safety concerns, did not provide evidence or details of the alleged threats. A Hamas official mocked reports that the group had threatened the players, calling them unrealistic, and saying they don't deserve a comment. The Hamas official was not authorized to comment in the issue and also spoke on condition of anonymity. Hamas is sworn to Israel's destruction and has ruled Gaza with an iron fist since it took over the territory in 2007. Israel and the United States consider it a terror organization for its bombings, shooting and rocket attacks targeting civilians. Israel has largely fended off the boycott campaign with only a small number of artists and organizations shunning the country. Argentina's snubbing would appear to be the boycott movement's greatest achievement thus far. The grassroots movement advocates boycotts, divestment and sanctions against Israel in what supporters say is a way to promote Palestinian rights through nonviolent means. Israel says the campaign goes beyond Israeli occupation of lands claimed by the Palestinians and masks a deeper aim of delegitimizing or even destroying the country. It has formed a government ministry whose primary mission is to combat the boycott movement. The Argentinean move, which featured on the front pages of all the major Israeli dailies, raised fears that it could serve as a template for future boycotts of Jerusalem, most notably next year's scheduled hosting of the popular Eurovision song contest. The Palestinians celebrated the cancellation as a major triumph. Israeli organizers said an offer had been floated to have the game played in Barcelona instead, but it was highly unlikely. "I think sports should never be involved with politics," said Shahaf Ashraga, a fan in Jerusalem. "It just makes me sad to think that the game has to be canceled because of the Palestinian pressure." Argentina opens its Group D campaign in Russia against Iceland on June 16. It then plays Croatia on June 21 and Nigeria on June 26. It is unclear whether Argentina will play another warmup, or if it will arrive in Moscow ahead of schedule. ___ Associated Press writers Debora Rey and Victor Caivano in Buenos Aires, Argentina, contributed......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 7th, 2018

Fitting follow-up for Dingdong s game-changing thespic triumph

Dingdong Dantes (left) and Anne Curtis in 'Sid& Aya: Not a Love Story' With the release of Irene Emma Villamor's 'Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story,' Dingdong Dantes fina.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 3rd, 2018

Fitting follow-up for Dingdong’s game-changing thespic triumph

  With the release of Irene Emma Villamor's "Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story," Dingdong Dantes finally finds a fitting follow-up to his game-changing thespic triumph in "Seven Sundays"---with affable Anne Curtis in tow. Yes, it is the movie to watch this week. Dingdong's noirish romantic starrer reverberates with the millennial vibe that has made films like "Never Not Love You" and "Meet Me in St. Galen" crackle with relatable pertinence as it follows the lives of reckless protagonists who don't mind betting on everything but their hearts. Go-getting stockbroker Sid (Dingdong) and odd-jobs worker Aya (Anne) are no strangers to gambling---he with his money, she with her ...Keep on reading: Fitting follow-up for Dingdong’s game-changing thespic triumph.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 2nd, 2018

GMA original compositions take center stage in My Guitar Princess

Julie Anne San Jose considers her latest TV project My Guitar Princess special because the story is something very close to her heart. Airing every day before Eat Bulaga, the musical rom-com series sees Julie Anne’s character Celina Tamayo hiding her identity behind an anonymous “Guitar Princess” online so that she could do the one […] The post GMA original compositions take center stage in My Guitar Princess appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsMay 31st, 2018

Sarah at Anne, magsasama sa pelikula

Did we hear it right that Direk Irene Villamor’s next project for Viva Films after the currently showing Sid & Aya (Not A Love Story) is an Anne Curtis-Sarah Geronimo starrer? Anne plays leading lady to Dingdong Dantes in Sid & Aya. Si Sarah naman has an upcoming movie, Miss….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsMay 30th, 2018

For Dingdong and Anne, marriage not a hindrance to show biz career

Dingdong Dantes and Anne Curtis Being married isn't and shouldn't be a hindrance to continue pursuing a career in show biz. That's why Dingdong Dantes and Anne Curtis cherish the fac.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsMay 29th, 2018

Marian at Anne, ‘di sinipot ni Liza

Titulong ‘Primetime Prince,’ babawiin ni Alden KUNG isasama ni Dingdong Dantes si Marian Rivera sa premiere night ng Sid & Aya (Not A Love Story) mamaya, muling magkikita sina Marian at Anne Curtis, leading lady ni Dingdong sa pelikulang showing na sa May 30. Nagkita na kasi sina Anne at….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsMay 27th, 2018

‘Sid and Aya’ gets a Rated PG

  The ultimate "hugot" movie is ready for everyone's consumption as Anne Curtis and Dingdong Dantes' "Sid and Aya: Not a Love Story" is given a PG rating by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board. Film producer Viva Films informed the waiting fans through an Instagram post last May 25. Fans are excited for this movie as it is Curtis and Dantes' reunion project 20 years after their stint at phenomenal '90s afternoon teen craze "T.G.I.S." In past interviews, both actors said working with each other now is much easier because they have established a friendship back in their youthful years. Among their "T.G.I.S" batch mates were Antoinette Taus...Keep on reading: ‘Sid and Aya’ gets a Rated PG.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 26th, 2018

How Dingdong handles the paparazzi

Since Anne Curtis and Dingdong Dantes are from rival networks, it's not possible for them to be part of the same TV show. So, it'll be quite refreshing and interesting to watch the two st.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsMay 19th, 2018

Dingdong Dantes on 2019 senatorial bid: ‘No comment’

              As the national elections draw near, hopeful public servants and re-electionists are slowly making their way into public view. Among the names rumored to take his chances for a Senate seat is Kapuso primetime king Dingdong Dantes.   However, he shunned commenting on the issue when he was asked by a group of reporters at the media launch of his upcoming film "Sid and Aya: Not a love story" last May 17, which he leads with fellow former "T.G.I.S" co-star Anne Curtis.   Meanwhile, other reports say Dantes would be running for a Congressional seat, however, nothing has been confirmed yet and the a...Keep on reading: Dingdong Dantes on 2019 senatorial bid: ‘No comment’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 18th, 2018

WATCH: Anne Curtis, Dingdong Dantes spend sleepless nights together in Sid & Aya: Not a love story

Would you hire someone to spend your sleepless nights with? For Sid (Dingdong Dantes), he did just that for the sake of having some company as he battles insomnia. A peek into his situation can be.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsMay 8th, 2018

Liverpool considers itself warned of possible Roma comeback

By Andrew Dampf, Associated Press ROME (AP) — Liverpool has already seen how things can go badly wrong at the Stadio Olimpico. The Reds, however, are confident they will not face the same fate as Chelsea and Barcelona did this season. Liverpool takes a 5-2 advantage into Wednesday's second leg of the Champions League semifinal against Roma, which can still advance if it replicates the 3-0 victories it produced first in the group stage against the English Premier League champion then again in an even more stunning result against the Spanish champion in the second leg of the quarterfinals. "I cannot say it's not possible. I can say we are not Chelsea. We are not Barcelona," Liverpool coach Juergen Klopp said Tuesday. "Tomorrow we have to be ready and we will be ready. "Rome was more ready than Barcelona. Barcelona probably thought it was decided. Us, everyone is telling us that it's quite difficult and it's possible," Klopp added. "Nobody told Barcelona that. "If a warning was needed — I didn't need a warning — but if a warning was needed then there's the warning." Roma needs to win by a three-goal advantage but don't expect Liverpool to sit back and defend. Not with an attacking trio of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino — the strikers who scored all five of Liverpool's goals in the first leg. "We are difficult to play — not to forget — we are really difficult to play," Klopp said, pointing out that Roma has not conceded a goal at home in this season's Champions League. "If you really want to win you have to accept that you could lose. You have to use their situation much more than they use their situation. Because they have to win against us." A five-time European champion, Liverpool knows a thing or two about big comebacks. The Reds trailed AC Milan 3-0 at halftime of the 2005 Champions League final before storming back to win their last title in a penalty shootout. After conceding two late goals in the first leg, fans felt like they gave Roma more hope than they should have had. "After the (first leg) there was a feeling we lost. We didn't. We are still 5-2 up," Klopp said. "A lot of people think, 'Oh, Roma only has to win 3-0.' But that's quite a result. We will be there as well tomorrow." "There's a football game to play and that's what you want, to play for big stakes." There are concerns over fan violence surrounding the match after two men from Rome were arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following an assault outside the stadium before the first leg that left a Liverpool fan in critical condition. "We were devastated," Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum said of when the team learned the news. "But we have to move forward and go on. "It's not good to wait for those things to motivate you," Wijnaldum said. "We are already motivated." Klopp warned his club's fans to avoid a reprisal attack. "It's a football game and the fight around the game is only on the pitch," the German coach said. "Anybody who does not accept these rules will be sent off.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 2nd, 2018