Son returns to Tottenham

first_imgRelatedPosts EPL: Son fires four past Southampton Son set for South Korea military service Everton’s Gomes to have surgery on broken ankle Tottenham forward Son Heung-min has travelled back to London ahead of a possible return to training.The 27-year-old spent time in Seoul after completing his compulsory national service in the South Korean Military Corps, where he finished among the top five performers. He made his way back to London on Saturday and will not have to self-isolate unless he tests positive for coronavirus, in line with Premier League and Government protocols.That means Son is set to be back at the club’s Hotspur Way training ground next week for solo sessions and could be free to join in group training as and when the Premier League allows it.The coronavirus pandemic has allowed Son to fully recover from a broken arm, which looked set to rule him out for the season, while also giving him a chance to carry out his national service without it impacting on his career.He was due to serve 21 months but earned an exemption after being part of his national team which won the Asian Games in 2018 and, as a result, only had to complete three weeks.Tags: Hotspur WaySon Heung-minTottenham Hotpsurlast_img read more

MYO Inter-Jamaat 15-over final billed for tonight under lights

first_imgTHE final of the Muslim Youth Organisation (MYO) Inter-Jamaat 15-over softball cricket competition is set for Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) ground this evening under lights.Prior to the championship clash, the four top teams in the competition will battle it out in the semi-finals, which are scheduled to start at the same venue from 14:30hrs.Keion De Jesus scored 122 for NA Masjid in the preliminary rounds.MYO, who finished as the best preliminary team, will face New Amsterdam Masjid, while the Diamond New Scheme (who got the second highest points) will battle Tuschen Train Station Masjid.Both games will be played simultaneously with the third place battle (a 10-over affair) set to start right after.The final will commence at 18:30hrs.MYO, which included a number of second-division hardball cricketers, will look to go all the way. They have a balanced side with the likes of Saheed Gittens, Javid Kayum, Richard Latiff, Safraz Esau, Timor Mohamed, Shafeek Ishmael and Majeed Khan in the mix. The team also has three U-15 players hungry to make their mark.Diamond New Scheme Jamaat, on the other hand, are armed with some seasoned softball players. A no-nonsense top order that can be destructive on a given day, with the likes of Rawl Reid, Ameer Khan, Patrick Khan and Rickey Sargeant. They are confident of taking home the hardware.From the Ancient County of Berbice are New Amsterdam Masjid, who are a resilient and a well-balanced side, with the likes of Keion DeJesus, who owns the tournament’s highest score of 122 runs against LBI in the preliminary round and Wahab Riaz who took the best bowling figures of 7-16 in the same game.Rawl Reid is expected to play his part for Diamond New Scheme Jamaat.Finally, newcomer Tuschen Train Station Masjid, who are considered the underdogs, but proved in the early rounds that they can create an upset on their day.That side includes a bowling attack, led by captain Anthony Kandar and Harry Singh and batting, led by Daniel Chunoo and Timothy Persaud.last_img read more