Click to comment Eric Mathe and Chambery Savoie together until 2024 Chambery Savoie with 15% decreased budget: Club is at stake ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsThe leaders of the French Championship Chambery Savoie and right wing Fahrudin Melic extended deal until 2022.This is probably the last contract which is signed by 34-years old lefthander who is currently the TOP scorer of the French Lidl Star Ligue with 32 goals in four matches.Melic came to Chambery from Paris Saint Germain handball in 2016.He played at Paris between 2013 and 2016.Melic is former Montenegrian national team member. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Related Items:Chambery Savoie, Fahrudin Melic Recommended for you Chambery Savoie win French Cup 2019 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Related TopicsFinn BalorKurt AngleRAWRoman ReignsWWE RAW Vince McKee RAW opens up with Kurt Angle telling us that tonight Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose will get a shot at Sheamus and Cesaro’s Raw tag team titles.Take = Well, that’s nice that Rollins and Ambrose get a shot at getting their belts back, but that is your main event? Up Next an impromptu Intercontinental Title Match: Roman Reigns (c) vs Jason Jordan after Jordan calls out Reigns. Samoa Joe also comes out and talks a little trash. In the end, Angle awards his son with the title match. To the surprise of no one, Reigns retains as the match goes two segments.After the match Joe hits the ring and attacks Reigns. Joe puts Reigns in the Coquina Clutch but Jordan pulls Joe off of Reigns and suplexes him. Jordan and Joe exchange words. Jordan turns around and Reigns Superman punches Jordan.Take = Good booking here. They are getting the fans excited about Reigns and Joe renewing their feud and also keeping the heel heat on Jordan. It shouldn’t be much longer until Jordan goes full heel, turning on his father. Also, Joe apparently still has a lot of the rub Lesnar put on him this summer. The fans are behind the ultra-heelish Joe.Absolution delivers another beat down to Sasha BanksTake = This group is getting over. They will eventually need to spice it up with a little something different. For now, however, it is working perfectly.Backstage, Enzo Amore is with Drew Gulak, Noam Dar, Ariya Daivari, and Tony Neese. Enzo berates Daivari and Dar for losing last week. After the verbal lashing is done, Amore turns around and is face to face with the beastly Nia Jax who hits on him.Take 1 of 2 = 205 Live is still a thing?Take 2 of 2 = At least they are tyring to do something, anything with Nia Jax. Amore has proven he works well with bigger figures in stature. Such as Big Cass, and Big Show for example. Big Jax?Next week Gulak will face Rich Swann to become the number one contender for the Cruiserweight Championship. After the match, Gulak tries to show us his power point presentation but as always he gets cut off.Take = Again, 205 Live is still a thing? Enjoy that match next week Cleveland fans because I have a feeling this entire division is fading fast.After a Braun Strowman beatdown of Elias, Kane challenges him to a match next week on RAW.Take – Okay Cleveland fans, that truly is something to get excited about! Kane will do what he has been doing for the last 20 years and put someone over.Asuka defeats Foxy who is then beat down by Absolution.Take = Two building stories advanced in one segment. Nice work all around!Finn Bálor defeats Bo Dallas w/Curtis AxelTake = Axel and Dallas killing time while The Miz is out filming a movie. As for Balor, he is so over with the fans, it is almost Daniel Bryan like.In a mashed-up Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt promo, it is announced that Matt Hardy is “Woken”.Take = EXCELLENT! Oh my was this good. Both characters playing their roles perfectly and the crowd was red hot for Hardy. Matt Hardy playing the role he was born to play. Let the fun begin! Rest up Jeff, because Brother Nero needs to happen as well.Finally, “The Bar” retains the title with a wild win over Rollins and Ambrose.Take = Not sure what this main event did to advance anything.
Individual rounds have been played behind closed doors in the past, most recently at a tournament in Shizuoka last October as Typhoon Hagibis approached. However, it is unprecedented for an entire tournament to be played without fans.“It is to ensure the safety of the gallery, the players and volunteers,” said an organizer. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES FUKUOKA – The LPGA of Japan Tour will hold its season-opening tournament as scheduled in March but without fans due to the current coronavirus outbreak, the tour said Wednesday.The Daikin Orchid Ladies, set for March 5 to 8, at Ryukyu Golf Club in Okinawa Prefecture, will be played entirely without fans, while the March 4 pro-am event has been cancelled. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
Week 5 PPR Rankings: TEsThese rankings are for full-point PPR leagues.MORE WEEK 5 DFS: Stacks | Values | Lineup builder 1Travis Kelce, KC vs. IND.2George Kittle, SF vs. CLE.3Zach Ertz, PHI vs. NYJ.4Evan Engram, NYG vs. MIN.5Darren Waller, OAK vs. CHI (in UK).6Austin Hooper, ATL @ HOU.7Mark Andrews, BAL @ PIT.8Tyler Eifert, CIN vs. ARI.9Greg Olsen, CAR vs. JAX.10Will Dissly, SEA vs. LAR.11Delanie Walker, TEN vs. BUF.12Eric Ebron, IND @ KC.13Jared Cook, NO vs. TB.14O.J. Howard, TB @ NO.15Noah Fant, DEN @ LAC.16Jason Witten, DAL vs. GB.17Trey Burton, CHI vs. OAK (in UK).18Jack Doyle, IND @ KC.19Vance McDonald, PIT vs. BAL.20Dawson Knox, BUF @ Titans.21Gerald Everett, LAR @ SEA.22Lance Kendricks, LAC vs. DEN.23Jimmy Graham, GB @ DAL.24Jeremy Sprinkle, WAS vs. NE25Ricky Seals-Jones, CLE @ SF.26Irv Smith Jr., MIN @ NYG.27James O’Shaughnessy, JAX @ CAR.28Kyle Rudolph, MIN @NYG.29Jordan Akins, HOU @ ATL. It almost seems like a waste of internet space to publish separate Week 5 fantasy TE PPR rankings and standard rankings. What’s the difference? It’s not like RB or WR where you see at least a few big swings in value based on catches and targets. High-volume tight ends are great for standard and PPR, and favorable matchups will vault a low-target TE into a sleeper in both formats. The biggest riser in this week’s rankings is Tyler Eifert, who gets a Cardinals defense allowing over 25 PPR fantasy points to TEs per game (not a typo). On the other side, Eric Ebron drops a few spots because of his rather pedestrian eight catches on the season. However, he still has 128 yards and two touchdowns (and a favorable matchup in KC), so he should be in PPR lineups despite his TD-or-bust nature. WEEK 5 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerAustin Hooper (@ HOU) gets a slight bump up despite a statistically tough matchup. Hooper trails only Darren Waller (vs. CHI in London) in TE receptions, so it’s tough to leave him out of the upper tier. Jared Cook (vs. TB) and O.J. Howard (@ NO) both have talent and decent matchups (especially Cook), so they’re knocking on the door of start ’em status despite disappointing all year.WEEK 5 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiverBenjamin Watson (@ WAS) is a name to watch as he returns from his season-opening four-game suspension. The Patriots have barely utilized their TEs this year, but Watson is a veteran target who’s worked with Tom Brady before, so perhaps he sees more usage.WEEK 5 DFS LINEUPS:Y! cash | Y! GPP | FD cash | FD GPP | DK cash | DK GPPReminder: Check back for updates during the week.WEEK 5:Top waiver pickups | FAAB planner | Trade values | Snap countsLISTEN TO THE SN FANTASY WEEK 5 PREVIEW PODCAST BELOW