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02.08.2019 10:27
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BUFFALO, N.Y. - The Buffalo Bills are scheduled to interview two more coaching candidates before taking a wait-and-see approach to determine whether to expand their search next week, a person familiar with the process told The Associated Press on Friday.The person said the Bills are meeting with San Francisco 49ers offensive co-ordinator Greg Roman on Friday, followed by Detroit Lions defensive co-ordinator Teryl Austin on Saturday. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the Bills have not revealed their plans to replace Doug Marrone, who stepped down abruptly on Dec. 31.Roman and Austin increase the Bills list to 12 candidates who have been interviewed. Its group that includes former New York Jets coach Rex Ryan, two-time Super Bowl-winning coach Mike Shanahan, Bills defensive co-ordinator Jim Schwartz and Cincinnati offensive co-ordinator Hue Jackson.The Bills have no more interviews scheduled, but that could change.Without identifying who, the person said, the Bills have identified more than one candidate on teams competing in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs this weekend. Buffalos search committee, headed by new owners Terry and Kim Pegula, will then wait until the games are over to see who might become available to be interviewed next week.The Bills have already met with three assistants on teams still in the playoffs: Seattle co-ordinators Darrell Bevell (offensive) and Dan Quinn (defensive) and Denver offensive co-ordinator Adam Gase.Its unclear whether the Bills will wait beyond next week to begin narrowing their list.The Pegulas, who purchased the team from the estate of late owner Ralph Wilson in October, have taken a hands-on approach in what has become one of the franchises most extensive searches. After spending last weekend meeting candidates on the west coast, the most recent series of meetings are taking place in Florida, where the Pegulas live.General manager Doug Whaley and team president Russ Brandon are also taking part in the interviews.Wilson was not directly involved in the Bills most recent searches. The teams last search took six days and involved five candidates before Marrone was hired in January 2013.This is the Bills sixth coaching search since Wade Phillips was fired following the 2000 season. And Marrones departure was unexpected after the second-year coach exercised an opt-out clause in his contract that kicked in once the team was sold.Buffalo went 9-7 to match its best record since 2004. The Bills, however, missed the playoffs to extend the NFLs longest active post-season drought to 15 years.Roman completed his fourth season with the 49ers, who are also in flux after coach Jim Harbaugh was not retained and was hired by Michigan. The 49ers offence finished ranked among the NFLs top 10 in each of his first three seasons before dipping to 20th last year.He is also familiar to the Pegulas because of their Penn State ties. Terry Pegula attended Penn State and is a major supporter of its football and hockey programs. Roman was a candidate to take over the Nittany Lions football team in each of its last two vacancies.Austin completed his first season with Detroit, where he oversaw a defence that finished second in the NFL in yards allowed. His previous NFL stops included Baltimore, Arizona and Seattle, and broke into coaching as a Penn State graduate assistant in 1991.Austin also has tied to Whaley, as both played college at Pittsburgh, though their careers did not overlap.The Bills strength has been their defence, which produced three Pro Bowl linemen last season.Buffalos offence has remained the teams weakness, and lacks an established starting quarterback. Veteran journeyman Kyle Orton announced his intention to retire after closing last season with a 7-5 record. He took over after second-year starter EJ Manuel was benched after a 2-2 start.Manuel, a former first-round draft pick, has two years left on his contract.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL Yannick Carrasco Belgium Jersey . Numbers Game looks at the As getting Jon Lester from Boston, sending Yoenis Cespedes to the Red Sox along with a deal involving the As and the Minnesota Twins. The Athletics Get: LHP Jon Lester, LF Jonny Gomes, OF Sam Fuld and cash. Axel Witsel Belgium Jersey . PETERSBURG, Florida – Heading into Thursday nights action, Dioner Navarro had caught 14 innings combined from starters Drew Hutchison and Mark Buehrle. http://www.soccerbelgiumteamonline.com/Toby-Alderweireld-UEFA-European-Belgium-Jersey/ . The international synchronized skating competition takes place from January 31 - February 1, 2014, and features 39 teams from 10 countries, in senior, junior, and novice. Vincent Kompany Jersey . JOHNS, N. Mousa Dembele Belgium Jersey . According to Dave Stubbs of The Montreal Gazette, preliminary talks have begun between Markov - an unrestricted free agent this summer - and general manager Marc Bergevin.BARCELONA, Spain -- Morocco striker Mounir El Hamdaoui scored a hat trick and set up another goal in his first start for Malaga on Sunday in a 5-0 thrashing of Rayo Vallecano in the Spanish league. El Hamdaoui joined Malaga at the close of the summer transfer window, and with one start he has already equaled his goal scoring tally from last season with Italian club Fiorentina. "(El Hamdaoui) had a perfect start," coach Bernd Schuster said after getting his first win with Malaga. "You cant ask for anything more. He scored, gave assists. Hes a player that is going to help us a lot with his talent and effort. Hes always moving and always wants to receive the ball in a good position. Im happy for him, because it wasnt easy." Elsewhere, Real Betis led by midfielder Salva Sevillas brace dealt Valencia its third straight loss, a 3-1 defeat in Seville, before both teams turn to the Europa League. Espanyol won 1-0 at 10-man Granada thanks to Manuel Lanzarotes 76th-minute free kick, while Getafe striker Nicolas "Miku" Ladislao netted a double in a 2-1 win over last-place Osasuna. El Hamdaoui volleyed in Vitorino Antunes out-swinging cross to open at their La Rosaleda Stadium in the 31st, and nine minutes later the former Ajax played generously squared the ball for Francisco Portillo to make it 2-0. Malagas Eliseu Pereira put the result beyond doubt three minutes after halftime with an unstoppable shot inside the far post. El Hamdaoui finished off a great team buildup in the 62nd with the ball passing through the legs of Portillo, Pedro Morales and Jesus Gamez before he pushed it home. He then used a hard left-footed strike to drive his third goal between the goalkeeper and the post to cap Malagas much-needed victory. "What we saw today was what we were lacking, a great win, with five goals," said Schuster. "We took a step forward today." Valencias sloppy passing helped Jorge Molina put Betis ahead in the ninth, and the striker threaded a through ball for a charging Sevilla to fire by goalkeeper Diego Alves in the 22nd. Diego Alves made the first of several saves to deny Molina in the 32nd, but he failed to stop Sevilla from poking the baall between his legs in the 35th for his second goal of the night.dddddddddddd Valencia defender Ricardo Costa pulled one back with a header from a free kick in the 67th, but his team never threatened after. "We are trying to improve, but we gave too much away and its difficult to win playing like that," said Valencia coach Miroslav Djukic. "We lose the ball too easily. We need to keep it simple and play more long balls if we cant make the short pass." Valencia hosts Swansea on Thursday in the Europa League while Betis welcomes Lyon. Espanyols victory at Los Carmenes Stadium kept the Barcelona-based side unbeaten through four rounds to start the season. Lanzarote gently curled the ball off the post and into the net from a free kick inside Granadas area awarded to Espanyol after the referee ruled that goalkeeper Roberto Fernandez had handled a back pass from a defender. Televised replays showed that the ball appeared to take a deflection off an Espanyol player, suggesting that the free kick should not have been given. Granadas tempers boiled over in the 82nd when substitute Odion Ighalo received back-to-back bookings, both for protesting to the referee. "It felt like an evenly-matched game and that we had to stay alert to take our chances," said Espanyol coach Javier Aguirre. "It looked like a sure 0-0 that could only be broken with an individual action, and thats where Manu Lanzarote was great." Mikus goal-scoring performance for Getafe helped ruin the debut of Osasunas new manager Javi Gracia, who replaced the fired Jose Mendilibar two weeks ago. Osasuna started brightly on the road in Madrid with Roberto Torres scoring in the 24th, but Miku headed in a corner kick that had sailed over goalkeeper Andres Fernandez to level in the 35th. After his acrobatic kick had sent the ball off the woodwork, Miku used a nifty touch to slip the ball under a defender before placing his second goal just inside the post in the 52nd, sending Getafe on its way to its first win of the season. Osasuna almost grabbed the draw when Oriol Riera hit the crossbar in the 85th, but it remained the only team yet to take a point in Spains topflight. ' ' '

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