First Huskies Broadcast of 2010/11 Season

first_imgMatthew Lago will be the new colour commentator riding shotgun with me as I do my first full season of play by play for the Huskies. Having had a little taste of it during the Allan Cup I am pumped to get a full season to sink my teeth into. We are working hard to make sure you don’t notice a drop in quality from the broadcast that Jon Zacks provided the last few season. Check this blog and make sure you follow energeticcity on twitter as well as we will be using as much new media as possible to keep you informed as the game goes on. – Advertisement – So join us at 100.1 on your FM dial or streaming on energeticcity-beta.mystagingwebsite.com. And keep this blog and www.twitter.com/energeticcity open and updating for all your Huskies news. It’s been a hectic day of preparation as we get set for a new season of Huskies road games live on Moose FM and Energeticcity.ca. We are very excited to bring you tonight’s game and the new crew has already begun working on some cool new features which I think you will enjoy. Matty Sales returns to the Moose to operate the board and provide out of town scores. If you have any questions or comments for us throughout the game Matty will gladly bring them to our attention. Get in touch by calling 787-2222 or emailing [email protected]last_img read more

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Angry Ronaldo throws reporter’s microphone in lake

first_imgVideo footage has emerged of Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo bringing an impromptu interview to a sudden halt – by throwing the reporter’s microphone into a nearby lake on Wednesday.The incident happened several hours before Portugal’s decisive Euro 2016 Group F clash with Hungary in Lyon with a berth in the tournament’s last 16 at stake.The 21-second clip shows Ronaldo, surrounded by security guards, strolling by a lake with his team mates.When the reporter from Portugal’s CMTV approaches to ask if he was prepared for the game, Ronaldo grabs the microphone from him with one hand and pitches it into the water.The 31-year-old Real Madrid forward has been under pressure after refusing to shake hands with Iceland’s players following Portugal’s 1-1 draw in their opening game and missing a penalty in their second group match – a goalless draw with Austria.Jose Delgado, a correspondent for Portuguese daily A Bola, told Reuters Ronaldo was frustrated by his poor performances.”The hours before the game are always difficult for the players and I don’t think it’s a good idea they mix with journalists because things like this may happen,” he said.”Ronaldo has been anxious in the last few days because he didn’t play well in the opening two games. Let’s see what he can do against Hungary and if he can come to his usual level.”Reporter: “Cristiano, did you manage to see Messi’s incredible free kick yesterday?” pic.twitter.com/nJYpGtpItM Troll Football Media (@Troll__Footbal) June 22, 2016last_img read more

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