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Oct 21, 2012 10:17pm
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WINNIPEG —Two CFL teams desperate for a win meet tonight when the Winnipeg
Blue Bombers play host to the Montreal Alouettes. Oakland Raiders
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beginning at 8pm et/5pm pt. You can also interact with your fellow fans on our
Game Night Blog. The Bombers, 1-4, can pull into a tie with the 2-3 Alouettes
with a victory, as they play only their second home game this season. The
Alouettes are looking to turn around their worst season start since 2008 and
avoid sharing the leagues cellar with last years East Division champions. “You
always want a victory to enjoy that bye week,” says veteran Montreal quarterback
Anthony Calvillo. “Thats the situation were in now and Im sure Winnipeg is
telling themselves the exact same thing. Itll be a challenge.” Their task wasnt
made easier by a 12-hour wait at Trudeau Airport in Montreal after their
scheduled 8 a.m. flight to Winnipeg was delayed Thursday. They arrived at the
airport at 6:30 a.m. and didnt board the plane until nearly 6:30 p.m. “Brutal
day,” kicker Sean Whyte said on Twitter. While Montreal may be struggling, with
Calvillo in charge the Bombers know their second win isnt going to be any easier
than their first against the Edmonton Eskimos. But they do have a plan to deal
with the wily veteran, now in his 19th CFL season, says linebacker Jonathan
Hefney. “Were just going to go out and play hard, go out and try and put
pressure on him and try do what we can do with their receivers and well see what
happens,” he said this week. “I feel we didnt put enough pressure on him last
time so were going to work to get that done.” When they met July 6 in Montreal,
the Bombers let the Alouettes get 14 unanswered points in the first quarter and
another 14 in the fourth on the way to a 41-30 victory “We just want to make him
be rattled,” says Hefney. “Get to him as fast as we can. He gets rid of the ball
fast, thats why he dont give up a lot of sacks, so were just going to try to get
to him as close as we can.” Calvillo has his own plans. “We have to make sure we
take care of the ball early and that we put some points up on the board because
you know their crowd is going to be loud,” he predicted. With close to 30,000 in
the stands against Edmonton, the roar was deafening. Winnipegs offence will be
led for the second time this year by Alex Brink as a starter. Buck Pierce is out
with an injured foot. The 23-22 win the Bombers eked out last week against
Edmonton did a lot to lift the teams spirits during practice this week. It was
big for Brink, who tanked during his first start in Toronto the week before when
he completed only nine of 34 passes as the Bombers bowed 25-22 to the Argonauts.
“Its definitely a confidence builder. You take your successes and you want to
build off them,” he said this week. “Guys want to see a quarterback that can
lead them to victories.” He has the CFLs top receiver so far this season—
Chris Matthews—and recently returned tailback Chad Simpson to help keep the
team on a roll. They had a touchdown each against Edmonton. Montreal coach Marc
Trestman knows Simpson is dangerous. “Weve got to keep an eye on him,” he says.
“Theyve been throwing the ball extensively, more than 70 per cent on first down,
but the times when he does run hes scary.” The injury bug continues to bite both
teams. Winnipeg backup running back Nathan Riva and fullback Jordan Matechuk
both hurt in practice this week. That leaves the Bombers fresh out of backup
Canadian tailbacks so they dipped into the practice roster for import Will Ford
to back starter Simpson. Ford was only signed as a free agent last month. It
means some juggling for coach Paul LaPolice as he adds one import and removes
another to keep his ratio in check, in this case linebacker Terrell Parker. “It
tightens your specials teams a little bit but certainly when youve lost three
Canadian running backs theres not much you can do,” he said. “Weve made
adjustments.” Ford is happy for the shot and has been taking plenty of
first-team reps during practice. “Yesterday I took all of them so it was a
little rough on me but Im pretty much in tune,” he said mid-week. Montreal
defensive tackle J.P. Bekasiuk will be lost for at least a month with a knee
injury and kick returner Trent Guy is out with a rib injury. Victor Anderson and
Bo Bowling will handle return chores. “He said he would be hurting the team if
he had to play,” Trestman said of Guy. “With the bye week, hopefully well see
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. Lawrie decided to rescind his right to appeal a four-game suspension Thursday
after the Blue Jays third baseman hit an umpire with his helmet during a game
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German ranked 36th in the world, improved to 4-1 against Fish, and has won six
of his last seven matches against top-15 players. Sebastian Janikowski Jersey . The sun came
out after a cloudy day of intermittent showers, with Madrids players and
coaching staff descending on downtown Madrid a day after beating Athletic Bilbao
3-0 to clinch its first league title since 2008. If the 911 terror attack on the
US in 2001 set the tone for the worlds political arena in the first decade of
the new millennium, it is no exaggeration to say that Chinas rise re-defined the
global economic landscape. Statistics abound to testify to Chinas rising
economic prowess. To name but a few, once the numbers come in China will
probably have replaced Germany to become the worlds top exporter in 2009; it is
set to replace Japan to become the worlds second largest economy next year, from
the 10th place 10 years ago; and it is playing a leadership role, together with
other major players, in building a more fair and rational world economic order.
Related readings: China economy to grow 9.5% in 2010: thinktank UN report
projects China economy to grow 8.8% Beijing has major role behind Macaos rise on
international stage The countrys ascent in the past decade, however, would have
been unbelievable for many Chinese 10 years ago, when East Asia was reeling in
the wake of the devastating Asian financial crisis. To anchor the regional
economy, China unswervingly but painfully decided to hold its currency firm,
despite the domino-like fall of other regional currencies. The price it paid as
a result was slumping exports and slowing economic growth at the turn of the
century. Since then, its economic leadership in the region has been growing, and
so has its integration into the world economy. In 2001, China became a member of
the WTO, marking a new page in the worlds economic history. More recently, it
has been playing an increasing role in reforming the global financial regime,
which was previously monopolized by developed countries. Economists estimate
that in 20099, China could have contributed to about half of the worlds economic
growth. Carson Palmer Jersey. It speaks volumes about
what that integration means for the world. Chinas economic achievement, however,
has not come easily. Internationally, it has come amid the recurrent China
threat accusation from some countries that feel uneasy about Chinas rising
economic power. When the world economy suffered from falling prices, China was
readily accused of exporting deflation to the rest of the world; when world
market prices rose, China was accused of driving up prices. When the Asian
currencies faced the danger of collapse in the Asian financial crisis, the yuan
was asked to stand firm; when some countries suffered a trade deficit, they
demanded that China raise the value of the yuan Such drama has been repeatedly
put on stage – all within the same decade. Domestically, China has to
continually push its market economy reform against frequent attempts by some to
retreat to the old centralized economic management. For Westerners, who have
taken for granted that the market economy is the best choice for economic
development, it is hard to understand how strenuously Chinese policymakers have
pushed that reform, something that was only initiated in the early 1980s.
Moreover, it is yet to solve such problems as a widening wealth gap, unbalanced
regional development, restructuring of the manufacturing- and export-centered
economy as well as the build-up of what will be a costly social security system.
If the past decade saw China rise to become an international economic
powerhouse, the next will see how China deals with those internal economic
challenges to make its development more sustainable. (China Daily 01042010
page8) ’ ’ ’ 

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