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period for a close finish

in camera talk Sat Sep 21, 2019 4:04 am
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Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne says Maurizio Arrivabene retains his total confidence and the team is in the best shape Ive seen it in a long time, despite their disappointing start to 2016. Pressure has been growing on F1s Italian powerhouse having missed several opportunities to challenge Mercedes for race victories and, ahead of the Spanish GP, their rivals had more than double their points after just four races.Marchionne, who has a reputation as a no-nonsense operator, ramped up the scrutiny on Ferrari further by declaring they needed to start winning races as soon as possible. Reports in Italy had suggested team boss Arrivabene could come under pressure for his job, but asked if the Italian still retained his confidence, Marchionne told Sky Sports F1: Totally. Beyond question. Marchionne was speaking after arriving in the Spanish GP paddock, the day after Ferraris season hit a new low when they were outqualified by both Red Bulls, as well as the Mercedes drivers.Vettel backs under-pressure ArrivabeneHowever, the Italian-Canadian cited an out of body experience with tyre temperatures for the teams shock qualifying struggles and backed them to learn lessons to avoid a repeat.I still think we still have two of the worlds best pilots, he replied, when asked if change was needed at the team.I shouldnt be saying this with four drivers who are not ours in front of us [on the Barcelona grid], but I think we have the best pilots. I think the team is in the best shape Ive seen it in a long, long time. They need to continue to work diligently on facing these issues. I will not make a huge issue out of the fact that yesterday we had this out of body experience with operating the car in a temperature window that was not proper. Had we known it we would have done a variety of things differently to the tyres.It has never happened to us, so well get better at this.Dont miss the F1 Report: Spanish GP on Wednesday night at 8.30pm when Sir Patrick Head and Marc Priestley will join Natalie Pinkham to review events in Barcelona Also See: Watch: Teds Qualy Notebook Gossip: Changes afoot at Ferrari The Spanish GP at it happened Cheap Shoes Free Shipping . The Argentine midfielder made the announcement himself on Twitter on Tuesday and posted a picture of his swollen left foot. His message said he would be out "at least three weeks. Discount Shoes For Sale . The 10-year deal the league and players agreed to that ended the 2011 lockout gave either side the right to opt out after six years. With the league projecting financial growth, there has been speculation that players will take that option in three years, especially since a new national TV contract will be in place by then. https://www.wholesaleshoesusa.com/. 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Jeff Green added 18 points and Brandon Bass added 16 points and nine rebounds for the Celtics, who were coming off a 92-85 loss to the Bucks on Saturday in Milwaukee. Of Milwaukees three wins this season, two have come against Boston and the Celtics avoided having the total reach three by holding off the Bucks down the stretch. "We moved the ball side to side and inside-out way better than we did Saturday," coach Brad Stevens said. "Maybe thats a little bit of karma for why the shots went in." Avery Bradley scored 15 and Jared Sullinger finished with 12 points as all five starters scored in double figures for Boston, which had lost two of three. The Bucks had just snapped an 11-game losing streak by beating the Celtics on Saturday in Milwaukee, but couldnt quite rally from a 13-point deficit in the fourth quarter. "I think were getting a little better. They still made a run and made it close," Crawford said. O.J. Mayo scored 19, and Brandon Knight had 15 points and six assists for Milwaukee. Khris Middleton added 14 points for the Bucks, who were outrebounded by the Celtics 40-33. The win put the Celtics at least in a temporary tie for first place with Toronto, which played later Tuesday at Golden State. But in the Atlantic Division, which currently doesnt have a team with a winning record, the standings arent all that impressive. "Were 8-12. Its not like were lighhting the world on fire," Stevens said.dddddddddddd The Celtics led by as many as 15 points and had a 13-point lead in the final period cut to three twice before holding on for the win. "I felt we were right there. They just made the tough shots," Milwaukee coach Larry Drew said. "They made the plays down the stretch and we did not." Giannis Antetokounm pulled Milwaukee within 69-65 with an alley-oop dunk to open the fourth quarter. Crawford answered for Boston with a 3-pointer, starting the Celtics on a 15-6 run that nearly put a comeback out of reach for Milwaukee. Lee followed his 3-pointer with a jumper to put the Celtics up 81-71, then Crawford hit a 3-pointer to put Boston up 84-71 with 7:51 left. The Bucks got back in it with a 13-4 run, pulling within 90-87 on a pair of free throws by John Henson, then made another charge late in the period for a close finish. Knights 3-pointer with 1:10 remaining cut Bostons lead to 99-96, but Sullinger answered at the other end, beating the shot clock with a jumper that put Boston back up 101-96. Stevens said he put Sullinger in a bad position with the play, but the young forward beat a double-team and got the shot when the Celtics needed it. "Its a good player making a good play and bailing out a bad coach," Stevens said. Knight missed everything on another 3-point attempt for Milwaukee and the Celtics held on to win it. NOTES: Two of the Bucks three wins this season have come against the Celtics. ... Caron Butler (knee) missed his third straight game for the Bucks. ... Boston rookie Kelly Olynyk (sprained right ankle) did not dress. ... The Celtics committed just one turnover in the first quarter. ... Milwaukee was playing the first of back-to-back nights. The Bucks host Detroit on Wednesday. ... Kris Humphries and Sullinger pulled down eight rebounds apiece. ' ' '

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