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Euro: 2020: Rate the players - Sweden v Poland

Rate the players in the Euro 2020 Group E match between Sweden and Poland.
Tags: Sweden, Football, Poland


Real Madrid enter chase for Arsenal target and Sweden striker Alexander Isak

Alexander Isak impressing at Euro 2020 The European Championships are often opportunities to spot talents not usually available to see on a weekly basis for many fans but also that of clubs.The ability to be able to see some players operate at the elite level and away from their domestic appearances can provide important insight for recruitment teams as to how a player may adapt should they make the move to the big leagues.Whilst Alexander Isak has already impressed in one of Europe’s elite comp...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, Spain, Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Chelsea, Real Sociedad, Arsenal, Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo, Leicester, Gary Lineker, Florentino Perez, Madrid, Karim Benzema


Carli Lloyd makes 4th Olympic team as USWNT roster is revealed

Carli Lloyd is headed to her fourth Olympics after all. The 38-year-old Lloyd had vowed after the 2019 World Cup that she would push to make the team for Tokyo before stepping away from the sport. But then the games were pushed back a year because of the coronavirus, and Lloyd needed surgery on her knee. So making the 18-player roster was by no means a slam dunk for Lloyd, who scored three goals in the opening 16 minutes of the 2015 World Cup final in Canada. Vlatko Andonovski announced his Olym...
Tags: Japan, Texas, London, Sweden, Sports, Sport, Beijing, Canada, Soccer, United States, Wembley Stadium, Olympics, Brazil, Tokyo, Samantha, Megan Rapinoe


USWNT Announces Olympic Roster For Tokyo Games

(CBS Chicago)- The United States Soccer Federation and head coach Vlatko Andonovski announced the 18-player USWNT roster for this summer’s Olympic tournament on Wednesday. The defending World Cup Champions will look to retake the Olympic gold after a disappointing quarterfinals exit at the 2016 Rio Games. The 18-player roster consists of 17 members of the 2019 World Cup winning squad, with Kristie Mewis joining her sister Samantha as the newcomer to the group. “It’s been a long process to get to...
Tags: Japan, Sweden, Australia, Mexico, Sports, Connecticut, New Zealand, Samantha, Carli Lloyd, Lloyd, Heath, USWNT, Kristie Mewis, Tobin Heath, Christie Rampone, Rampone


5 things you need to know about Portugal vs France, Germany vs Hungary, Spain vs Slovakia & Sweden vs Poland

Euro Daily: June 23, 2021 The final round of European Championship group stage fixtures will feature a quartet of games, as the likes of Portugal and Spain eye crucial 3-point hauls.Below, check out five things you need to know about Wednesday’s action.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxthYqKsnyQ 1) Griezmann vs Ronaldo Kicking off our latest daily feature is an individual showdown set to play out during the crunch clash between Portugal and France. The latter, on the back of Denmark’s drubbing...
Tags: England, Sweden, Wales, France, Germany, Russia, Spain, Sport, Barcelona, Budapest, Hungary, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Manchester City, Amsterdam


Where to find Sweden vs. Poland on US TV and streaming

If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Sweden vs. Poland on US TV in Euro 2020, you’ve come to the right place. For viewers in the US, Sweden vs. Poland will be... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Sweden, US, Sport, Soccer, Poland, US Sweden, Where to find on TV


Major risk of eye injuries from padel, research ophthalmologists say

Several eye clinics around Sweden are seeing a rise in eye damage related to the racket sport padel. In an article in the Journal of the Swedish Medical Association (Läkartidningen), eye researchers affiliated with the University of Gothenburg state that padel is a potential high-risk sport for eye injuries, and that wearing protective goggles is a good idea.
Tags: Science, Sweden, University of Gothenburg, Swedish Medical Association Läkartidningen


Low-cost method for finding new coronavirus variants

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have developed a technology for cost-effective surveillance of the global spread of new SARS-CoV-2 variants. The technique is presented in the scientific journal Nature Communications.
Tags: Science, Sweden, Karolinska Institutet


EFF Daily: Germany injury news, pick Spain player, captain Robin Gosens

EFF Daily: June 23rd updates Wednesday, June 23rd, will see the final set of Euro 2020 group games played out.There will be four separate matches taking place, with Group E’s games kicking off at 5 PM UK time and then Group F coming to a close at 8 PM.Group E’s final games will see Sweden and Poland go head-to-head, with the latter set to top the group should they win.Spain are also taking on Slovakia in a game they must win to qualify for the round of 16. La Roja are currently without a win at ...
Tags: UK, Sweden, France, Germany, Spain, Sport, Hungary, Soccer, Portugal, Poland, Joachim Low, Slovakia, La Roja, France France, Fabia, Poland Poland


Why England finishing above Czech Republic is so important for Mason Mount’s last-16 inclusion

Gilmour positive means Chilwell & Mount out Scotland midfielder Billy Gilmour returned a positive test for Covid-19 this week and therefore will be unavailable for Scotland’s final group match against Croatia.Should they progress into the last 16 of the competition it is unlikely that the Chelsea youngster will play unless Scotland reach the later rounds. We can confirm that Billy Gilmour has tested po sitive for COVID-19. Having liaised with Public Health England, Billy will now self-isolate fo...
Tags: England, Sweden, Scotland, Spain, Sport, Czech Republic, Soccer, Chelsea, Portugal, Poland, Croatia, Gareth Southgate, Uefa, Slovakia, Ben Chilwell, Miguel Delaney


Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven ousted in no-confidence vote

Sweden's parliament backed a no-confidence vote against Prime Minister Stefan Löfven on Monday, making him the first Swedish premier to be ousted by a motion put forth by opposition lawmakers.
Tags: Europe, News, Sweden, Stefan Lofven


12,000 scientific articles a year -- can they all be wrong?

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) is often used to determine the chemical composition of materials. It was developed in the 1960s and is accepted as a standard method in materials science. Researchers at Linköping University, Sweden, however, have shown that the method is often used erroneously.
Tags: Science, Sweden, Linkoping University


Preem testing renewable gasoline production from saw dust

In Sweden, the first tests to produce renewable gasoline from sawdust have just been carried out at Preem’s refinery in Lysekil. Work has now started to process 50,000 metric tons of pyrolysis oil at the plant. The renewable raw material will be delivered from the Swedish company Pyrocell. Extensive tests have now begun in Lysekil on the catalytic cracker, one of the refinery’s largest plants, which primarily produces petrol. The test consists of two parts, an initial smaller batch of 300 tons o...
Tags: Sweden, Preem, Fuels, Renewable Gasoline, Saw Dust, Lysekil Work, Pyrocell Extensive, Lysekil, Pyrocell, Gävle Pyrocell


POTD: Swedish Home Guard with Ak4 and PSG90 B

Photo Of The Day and we have more great pictures of the Swedish Home Guard and U.S. Army Green Berets as they trained together in November last year. The Swedish Heckler & Koch G3 clone called Ak4 is easy to spot, with the Aimpoint CS red dot sights and upgrades from Spuhr. Did you also notice […] Read More … The post POTD: Swedish Home Guard with Ak4 and PSG90 B appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Sweden, Guns, Defense, Training, Heckler Koch, Photo of the Day, AK4, Spuhr, Green Berets, U S Army Green Berets, AI AW, Aimpoint CS, PSG90, Swedish Home Guard, Ak4c


Lucas Raymond Not On Sweden’s Under-20 Roster

from Kevin Allen of Detroit Hockey New, Detroit Red Wings prospect Lucas Raymond wasn’t left off Sweden’s summer U-20 roster because he was coming off surgery. He didn’t get a spot because the Swedes believe he could be in the NHL. “Both Raymond and (New Jersey Devils prospect) Alexander Holtz have already played two WJC and are going to NHL training camps in the fall,” said a source familiar with the Swedish team. “We don’t know if they will be available for the WJC in Red Deer in De...
Tags: Sweden, Sport, NHL, New Jersey Devils, Raymond, Red Wings, WJC, Kevin Allen, Red Deer, USA Hockey Arena, Plymouth Michigan, Lucas Raymond, Alexander Holtz, William Wallinder, Theodor Niederbach, Detroit Hockey New Detroit Red Wings


USWE’s Epic Series All Mountain hydration packs wrangle your dancing monkey

While many riders are experimenting with on-bike storage, there are still plenty who prefer the convenience of a backpack for hauling water, trailside tools and snacks. Sweden’s USWE has just released their EPIC Series All Mountain packs, and they’re looking to win riders over with their No Dancing Monkey strap system. There are three packs […] The post USWE’s Epic Series All Mountain hydration packs wrangle your dancing monkey appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sweden, Sport, Cycling, Gravel Bikes, Mountain Bike, Clothing-Gear-Tools, USWE


Arsenal, Chelsea given boost in race for Alexander Isak’s signature

Arsenal, Chelsea interested in Isak The European Championships offer an opportunity for supporters to see plenty of players from other countries and leagues that they would not typically see.This is not just restricted to the fans and it is an opportunity for the players to put themselves on a different level than they are typically seen for their club sides and therefore making them more attractive in the transfer window.Sweden striker Alexander Isak was already an exciting talent at Real Socie...
Tags: Sweden, Sport, Frankfurt, Soccer, Chelsea, Liverpool, Real Sociedad, Portugal, Borussia Dortmund, Wolfsburg, Dortmund, Alexandre Lacazette, Michael Zorc, Sociedad, Andre Silva, Alexander Isak


Ban biometric surveillance in public to safeguard rights, urge EU bodies

There have been further calls from EU institutions to outlaw biometric surveillance in public. In a joint opinion published today, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) and the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), Wojciech Wiewiórowski, have called for draft EU regulations on the use of artificial intelligence technologies to go further than the Commission’s proposal in April — urging that the planned legislation should be beefed up to include a “general ban on any use of AI for autom...
Tags: Google, Europe, UK, Sweden, China, Tech, Eu, European Union, Commission, Board, Ico, ClearView, The Commission, GDPR General Data Protection Regulation, European Data Protection Board EDPB, Commission EU


Swedish PM ousted in no-confidence vote

Sweden's parliament voted to oust Prime Minister Stefan Lofven in a no-confidence motion on Monday, giving the Social Democrat leader a week to either resign and hand the speaker the job of finding a new government, or call a snap election.
Tags: News, Sweden, Stories, Stefan Lofven, Social Democrat


Luis Enrique backs Alvaro Morata to take Spain through

Spain’s goal struggles Spain have struggled so far in their Euro 2020 group drawing against both Sweden and Poland putting all the pressure on their final match against Slovakia.If they want to progress they will need a victory from the match, with a second place finish looking more likely should Sweden beat Poland. However, they could top the group if Poland manage to overcome the Swedes and Luis Enrique’s side win their test.The main struggle for the side has been the lack of goals. Gone are t...
Tags: Sweden, Spain, Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Chelsea, La Liga, Manchester City, Chile, Real Madrid, Poland, Espn, Slovakia, Harry Kane, Andres Iniesta, David Villa


Sweden's PM Loses Confidence Vote Amid Housing Crisis

Stefan Lofven, Sweden’s Social Democratic prime minister since 2014, has lost a confidence vote in parliament, making him the first Swedish government leader ever to lose such a motion.
Tags: Sweden, Stefan Löfven Sweden


Swedish PM Stefan Löfven loses no-confidence vote

Social Democrat defeated in motion called over plan to ease rent controls for new-build apartmentsStefan Löfven, Sweden’s Social Democrat prime minister since 2014, has lost a no-confidence vote, making him the first Swedish leader ever to lose such a motion.The vote was initiated on Tuesday by the small Left party, an ally of the minority government that is not in the two-party ruling coalition, over a plan to ease rent controls for new-build apartments. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, World news, Stefan Lofven, Löfven Sweden


Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven ousted in no-confidence vote

Sweden's parliament voted to oust Prime Minister Stefan Lofven in a no-confidence motion on Monday, giving the Social Democrat leader a week to either resign and hand the speaker the job of finding a new government, or call a snap election.
Tags: Sweden, Cnn, Stefan Lofven, Social Democrat


California Defies Expectations of Doom, Promises Massive Tax Rebate (slashdot)

As California approaches the biggest state tax rebate in U.S. history, Bloomberg News co-founder Matthew A. Winkler questions its reputation as a state doomed by over-regulation and high taxes. In fact, California "has no peers among developed economies for expanding GDP, creating jobs, raising household income, manufacturing growth, investment in innovation, producing clean energy and unprecedented wealth through its stocks and bonds." By adding 1.3 million people to its non-farm payrolls si...
Tags: Japan, New York, Texas, News, Sweden, California, Germany, Bloomberg, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Trump, Golden State, Texas Florida, EditorDavid, Bloomberg Barclays, Bloomberg News co


POTD: U.S. Marines Train in Sweden for BALTOPS

If you have a taste and interest in firearms and soldiering, this is where you’ll find some of the greatest photographers in the world on the subject. Let TFB’s Photo Of The Day be your daily guide and leisure. Above we have U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Matthew Dillon, a machine gunner with the 22nd Marine Expeditionary […] Read More … The post POTD: U.S. Marines Train in Sweden for BALTOPS appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Sweden, Guns, Defense, Training, US Marines, Photo of the Day, M240B, Let TFB, Baltops, Lance Cpl Matthew Dillon


Leona goes for maiden LPGA win: "I've really got nothing to lose"

GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN - JUNE 19: Leona Maguire watches her tee shot on the 11th hole during round three of the Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give at Blythefield Country Club on June 19, 2021 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) Leona Maguire believes she has “nothing to lose” as he goes into the final round three strokes...
Tags: England, Sweden, US, Sport, Golf, Michigan, Dublin, Charley Hull, Grand Rapids, Maguire, Nelly, LPGA, Grand Rapids Michigan, Bubba, Leona, Lexi Thompson


How Euro 2020 Fantasy Football managers can navigate the matchday 3 rotation with Italy & Netherlands risky

Matchday 3 The group stage of the European Championships this year is almost at an end but because of the way that the competition is structured almost all of the teams can yet still go through.Due to the fact that the competition has got 24 teams and there is a round of 16, it means that eight clubs will need to be eliminated from the 6 groups.Therefore, 4 of the 6 groups will see a 3rd placed team go through based upon the number of points accumulated across all of the 3rd place teams.What is ...
Tags: England, Sweden, Wales, France, Germany, Spain, Sport, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Austria, Budapest, Hungary, Munich, Soccer, Italy, Netherlands


44% of world sees U.S. as dangerous to democracy

Now that everyone has seen our normal-guy president not making an ass of himself in Cornwall at the G7, and then not kowtow to the Russian dictator in Zurich, I don’t know, maybe the numbers are better. But just last month, before Joe Biden had his first chance as president to walk the world stage, 44% of people polled in 53 countries around the globe saw the United States as a danger not just to democracy in general but to the prospects for democracy in their very own countries. And, yes, we’re...
Tags: Sweden, Vladimir Putin, Congress, Opinion, Washington, Saudi Arabia, Uncategorized, US, America, Sport, Joe Biden, Beijing, Soccer, United States, Cornwall, State Department


Spain struggle again as Poland earn vital point in Seville

Spain labor while Poland stay alive in Group E In a group that was touted to be relatively straightforward to navigate for an in-form Spain, the picture that has been painted in Group E with one round left to play is hardly the one that Spanish artistry would have hoped for. Two matches played, two points and just one goal to show for their efforts is hardly the headline that Luis Enrique would have wished for, considering the quiet expectations surrounding a Spanish outfit whom many felt could ...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, Spain, Sport, ESP, Soccer, Bayern Munich, Poland, Bia, Slovakia, Borussia Dortmund, David Villa, Fernando Torres, Luis Enrique, Robert Lewandowski, Lewa


California Defies Expectations of Doom, Promises Massive Tax Rebate

As California approaches the biggest state tax rebate in U.S. history, Bloomberg News co-founder Matthew A. Winkler questions its reputation as a state doomed by over-regulation and high taxes. In fact, California "has no peers among developed economies for expanding GDP, creating jobs, raising household income, manufacturing growth, investment in innovation, producing clean energy and unprecedented wealth through its stocks and bonds." By adding 1.3 million people to its non-farm payrolls si...
Tags: Japan, New York, Texas, Sweden, California, Germany, Tech, Bloomberg, Pennsylvania, Trump, Golden State, Texas Florida, Nevada California, Bloomberg Barclays, Bloomberg News co, Matthew A Winkler