Saleha joined Mobile World Live in October 2014 as a reporter and works across all e-newsletters – creating content, writing blogs and reports as well as conducting feature interviews…More Read more Mobile Mix: IFA gets interactive LG sues TCL over LTE patents TCL eyes value sector with CES duo, teases 2021 range AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 13 JUL 2017 Tags TCLVertu Related Devices Boutique smartphone maker Vertu’s UK manufacturing operation will be shut down, putting 200 people out of a job, Financial Times (FT) reported, just four months after it was sold to a member of an “exiled and secretive Turkish business dynasty” in a deal worth $50 million.Attempts by the new owner to buy the company out of administration failed, FT reported, as have attempts to resuscitate the business by cutting the price of its non-customised handsets from £10,000 and above, to between £4,000 and £7,000.In March, Baferton, a Cyprus-registered company, acquired the Vertu business from previous owner, China-based Godin Holdings.Baferton was funded by Hakan Uzan, part of a Turkish family with some history in the mobile industry.Uzan will keep the Vertu brand, technology and design licences, and plans to rebuild company, FT said.Vertu was rumoured to be on the brink of administration in 2016. The company failed to file its 2015 accounts and, after the acquisition was complete, Uzan reportedly discovered it had an accounting deficit of £128 million.The manufacturing arm was placed into administration before Uzan tried to buy back the business for £1.9 million.News of the demise of the UK manufacturing arm comes a matter of weeks after Vertu agreed a deal with smartphone maker TCL, covering the use of “advanced and innovative technology” from the Chinese company for “30,000 handcrafted Vertu phones”, to be produced at the UK plant.With an entry selling price of £7,500, more than 500,000 devices have been sold by Vertu since its first unit shipped in 2002. It counts more than 225,000 registered users.The company was set up in 1998, when it was part of Nokia, before being sold to private equity company EQT in 2012 and then to Godin three years later. HomeDevicesNews Vertu shutters UK operations Saleha Riaz Previous ArticleGrowth of personal assistant apps “spotty and sluggish”Next ArticleWBA chief says Wi-Fi key to affordable connectivity Author
CARPHA: Leading the Caribbean’s COVID-19 Response – VIDEO Aug 25, 2020 Oct 7, 2020 CARICOM seeks international support for socio-economic growthUNITED NATIONS, Mar 31, CMC – Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries are still grappling with the effects of global economic crisis as well as the impact climate change, Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie has said.[su_pullquote align=”right”]“Given its susceptibility to external shocks, the global realities and challenges are either mirrored or heightened…March 31, 2015In “CARICOM”Stage set for CARICOM Summit in BarbadosThe theme Vibrant Societies, Resilient Economies, will guide Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Heads of Government as they tackle a packed agenda at their Thirty-Sixth Summit that will be held 2-4 July, 2015, in Bridgetown, Barbados. Discussions will focus on issues including energy, in the context of a proposal for a new…July 1, 2015In “Anguilla”CARICOM-UN SG engagement to lead-up to CARICOM SummitA High-Level Strategic Dialogue between the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Heads of Government and the United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-Moon will help set the tone for the Thirty-Sixth CARICOM Summit from 2-4 July, in Bridgetown, Barbados. The engagement in the morning of Thursday 2 July will be guided by the theme,…July 1, 2015In “General”Share this on WhatsApp Standards, Quality Still Important Oct 7, 2020 Former CARICOM Assistant Secretary-General Dies Sep 25, 2020 CARICOM and UNEP extend cooperation on environment You may be interested in… The Hon Perry Christie, CARICOM Chairman and Prime Minister of The Bahamas New Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Hon. Perry G. Christie, Prime Minister of The Bahamas, said that in 2015, the Community will embark on a new journey as it prepares to implement its first Strategic Plan. In as new year address as he begins his six-month tenure as Chairman of the Conference of Heads of Government of CARICOM, Prime Minister Christie characterised the five-year Plan as a “bold step that demonstrates our determination to provide the best options for the growth and development of our people”. The full message reads: I take this opportunity to wish you all a happy New Year and a productive and prosperous 2015. This year, our Community embarks on a new journey as we look at modes of implementation of our first-ever Five-Year Strategic Plan 2015-2019. This Plan is a bold step that demonstrates our determination to provide the best options for the growth and development of our people. This Plan is an important part of the Reform Process in our Community and we stand to be judged both by its success and the actions we take in its implementation. In repositioning our Community, as this Plan seeks to do, we will be aiming at making it more resilient to the internal and external factors which hinder our efforts at attaining sustainable development in a rapidly changing world. There can be no more vivid demonstration of the dynamic nature of the global environment that we face than the recent rapprochement between Cuba and the United States. Those of us who have consistently called for an end to the isolation of our sister Caribbean country and, in particular, the cessation of the economic, trade and financial embargo are heartened by the initiatives announced by President Obama and President Castro. In my view this rapprochement underscores the urgency of a summit between the American President and the Heads of the Community. This year also marks the beginning of negotiations for the United Nations Post-2015 Development Agenda which seeks to find a more effective route to the sustainable development of all States. This is of keen interest to our Community as it is important that the concerns of small vulnerable states like ours must be taken into account and acted upon. We have taken action in this regard by ensuring that our concerns and interests are part of the platform for the negotiations agreed to last September in Samoa by the grouping of Small Island Developing States (SIDS). As I assume the Chair of CARICOM for the next six months, it will be my duty to work with my colleague Heads and the Secretary-General to lay the foundations for the implementation of our Strategic Plan. Of particular importance will be the high priority areas identified for focused implementation over the next five years. These will be critical as it is imperative we find the means to reverse the dire economic situation with which so many of us are faced. I hope that you are all able to join us in Nassau on 26th and 27th of February for the Intersessional Meeting. I think that there will be an important discussion on the investment in the cultural development of our Community including sports and music. There must be increased focus on this part of our human development as we look toward the future of the Region. There is no question in my mind that increased emphasis on the development of young people should also be a central focus. My predecessor as Chair, the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Honourable Gaston Browne, has ably guided us through the last six months. The responsibility is now mine to continue to advance the interests of our Community and strengthen the integration process with the assistance of my colleague Heads of Government and the Secretary-General, and the support of the people of CARlCOM. May we all have a blessed 2015. Perry G. Christie Prime Minister Commonwealth of The Bahamas Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading…
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Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. The Indians are offering fans the chance on Monday to get their picture taken with the teams’ 2016 American League Championship trophy.The photo opp is free, and will take place for 90 minutes, from 11:30am till 1pm on the Home Run Porch at Progressive Field.Here’s part of the release from the Indians about the event. In order to receive access to this event, fans simply must show on their mobile device that they submitted an All-Star Game ballot Monday morning supporting Tribe players at the Left Field Gate. Fans may also show their maxed-out voting message if they’ve already voted the maximum 35 times as permitted by Major League Baseball.Fans can visit www.Indians.com/Vote to complete their voting, or vote on the MLB.com Ballpark app. Fans can vote a maximum of 35 times before voting ends on Thursday, June 29.Next Wednesday, 10,000 fans will receive a replica of the trophy, courtesy of KeyBank, when the Tribe takes on the Cincinnati Reds at 6:10 PM. All gates will open two hours prior to the game, and great seats remain at Indians.com. Related TopicsIndians Matt Loede
It appears that Sports Illustrated’s Peter King is yet another analyst buying into the Josh Allen hype, as he’s now predicted the Cleveland Browns will draft the Wyoming quarterback with the first overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft in his latest MMQB column. According to King, he’s talked to a friend of Cleveland’s general manager John Dorsey who’s said the plan is to take Allen with the first pick and Penn State running back Saquon Barkley with the fourth overall pick.“I would be surprised if he traded down,” King reported from his conversation with the anonymous source. “This would be his chance to take his two offensive cornerstones for the next eight or 10 years.”Allen has been projected to go to Cleveland in a number of mock drafts, including all of Mel Kiper Jr.’s mocks to this point. The obvious infatuation with Allen is his size and arm strength, as the 6’5 quarterback dazzled scouts with an 80-yard bomb at the NFL Combine. However, there is a concern with Allen’s accuracy and ability to complete intermediate passes and he’s shown those flaws throughout his last two years in college. It’s a matter of if the Browns want to take a risk on Allen for the ceiling he could reach due to the raw talent that continues to be hyped about him.Draft month is officially upon us and we’ll finally find out what the Browns plan on doing at the end of April. Related TopicsJosh Allen Eli Mooneyham Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling.
All Activity Share on other sites 10,243 posts Members Go To Topic Listing Colors Are Trademarks, Court Says Posted August 20, 2006 andrewharrington Posted August 20, 2006 By mfoster, August 19, 2006 in Sports Logo News Prev umlegend80 2,568 posts rmered 5,840 posts Posted August 19, 2006 This topic is now closed to further replies. 182 mfoster Link to post Share on other sites ZBoyer 4,324 Link to post Location:Phoenix Share on other sites Not a lawyer, but I’m not sure I agree with this one…http://chronicle.comFrom the issue dated August 11, 2006Colors Are Trademarks, Court SaysBy MARTIN VAN DER WERFNot only are a college’s logo, mascots, and slogans protected by trademark law. So is its color scheme, a federal court has ruled.The decision marks the first time a court has ruled that the simple use of a college’s colors on items, even when the name of the institution is not displayed, violates a trademark, said Bruce B. Siegal, senior vice president and general counsel for the Collegiate Licensing Company.The company, along with Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge, Ohio State University, and the Universities of Oklahoma and of Southern California, sued the Smack Apparel Company, of Tampa, Fla., over its production of four T-shirt designs.Judge Mary Ann Vial Lemmon of U.S. District Court in New Orleans noted that each of the universities had used the same color scheme since the 19th century and had “spent millions of dollars over the years in marketing and promoting items bearing their initials and school colors.”In the context of when and where the shirts were being sold, consumers could easily be confused about whether the shirts were official licensed apparel, she found.Lawyers for Smack Apparel admitted that the company had used the color schemes of the universities to “call them to the mind of the consumer.” But Smack argued that it is a “fair use” to make shirts in the universities’ colors if they do not name the institutions.Section: Money & ManagementVolume 52, Issue 49, Page A25Marc what color do you think of if some says “Zales”? nothing too specific probably.What do you think when if some says “Tiffanys”? …you immediately think of the color of the packaging. That is the difference and why color is protectable and chaos will not ensue. Share this post Posted August 19, 2006 0 Share this post 0 0 Members Location:Brooklyn 187 Members Posted August 22, 2006 Posted August 19, 2006 22,645 Members Location:Sun Devil Country 0 Location:Fort Worth, Texas 4,324 Link to post 37 182 OTBC Share this post Next DEAD! For those who doubted me whenever I brought up this subject: “Told ya so.” 0 2,557 posts Members 17 mohelmets 0 635 posts 0 Share this post ElwoodCuse ElwoodCuse 6 Share this post 0 Share this post 28,703 posts This is . This just opens a Pandora’s box of potential problems. What’s next?Does this mean that pro sports can go after high school sports or little league teams, or rec leagues, or even other pro and college teams if they use the same colors? They’ve already sued them for using thier logos or an altered logo that strongly resembles them.I know of a high school that recently renamed their mascot the “Panthers” and while they do not use the NFL’s Carolina Panthers logo, they did adopt their colors of black, Carolina blue, and silver as their own. Does that mean they could be sued under this logic?Are we going to have court cases trying to determine if someone has copied “Yankee Blue” (Navy)?All colors already exist. You cannot “create” a new color, only assign a name to one. You also cannot claim a color exclusivly for yourself and no one else. I’m aware this is an attempt to crack down on illeagal merchandising, but they need to find a different method because this ruling is really reaching & grasping. I don’t know that it will go that far. I think a lot of schools and teams realize the importance of their identities being used by high school and recreation teams for youngsters and, given the fact that a lot of teams don’t mind the use of the logo, I don’t think teams will care if the colors are being used.The way that I interpreted this ruling is that it’s a problem for vendors who are trying to make money off of the school’s likeness without receiving permission to do so. I might be wrong here, but I believe Smack Apparel was the company that was making the shirts that featured some kind of dig at the university’s main rival. If you have a shirt that says “Texas sucks” or something of the sort in red-and-white, one would assume it’s an Oklahoma shirt – and that’s where I think the confusion lies.That would protect the high schools and such, because they’re not trying to pirate the professional or collegiate team’s identity for their own corporate profit. Thus, I think the use of colors is fair, unless you can prove that you’re trying to take them with the intent of making money off of an unsaid university. Members 327 12 1,555 1,459 posts ebod39 Banned 0 I thought we were an autonomous collective andrewharrington 17 6 0 Share on other sites Share on other sites 8 Share this post 8 0 950 2 4,348 posts 0 Followers 1 1,687 posts Share this post Link to post Link to post ebod39 Page 1 of 2 2 Location:Livonia, NY (near Rochester) 2,557 posts Members 1,085 posts Posted August 19, 2006 Posted August 19, 2006 Share this post SportsLogos.Net Share on other sites Link to post Location:St. Paul | Chicago Bleujayone Memories… Share this post Share this post BigMac12 950 umlegend80 187 Potential Lunch Winner ElwoodCuse Share on other sites Posted August 22, 2006 Location:CLE · IND · PDX 0 Colors Are Trademarks, Court SaysBy MARTIN VAN DER WERFNot only are a college’s logo, mascots, and slogans protected by trademark law. So is its color scheme, a federal court has ruled.The decision marks the first time a court has ruled that the simple use of a college’s colors on items, even when the name of the institution is not displayed, violates a trademark . . . .I hate when the media overblows federal district court opinions. Here, given the Supreme Court’s aforementioned holding in Qualitex, the district judge had no choice but to rule the way she did. By ruling against colors as trademarks, the judge would likely have been overruled at the circuit level, and no judge likes being overruled.The key to colors is that they require demonstration of “secondary meaning.” That means that consumers must identify the specific use of colors on the goods with the university. I think schools with common color schemes would have a harder time showing secondary meaning than LSU for example. It’s only a violation if consumers would think that the specific use by the defendant would confuse consumers into thinking the goods were licensed merchandise. The color doctrine is more narrow than this article makes it seem.I don’t really buy the slippery slope/parade of horribles argument. Colors have been trademarkable subject matter for 10 years and all hell hasn’t broken loose in other industries. The beauty of judge made law is that if bad things do start happening, the law can be quickly changed. Z! Members Members Exactly. It’s not going to hurt a high school that uses similar colors as a pro team. It’s going to stop, for example, a new international shipping company from using brown as its proprietary color. Sports Logo News Next 187 on a sidenote: an interesting battle is brewing in the retail market where 3 companies arejostling for position to be recognized by the color red. Not in a legal, “I’m gonna sue you sense” but in a public recognition sense (as my example above demonstrates). Target, JCPenney and Macys are all seeing Red in thier logos and marketing. Of the three companies listed, which one would you pick as the initial winner as to who the public associates with the color red?IMO, Target is the clear winner. 182 Share on other sites Members 143 posts All this is doing is preventing people from making shirts that are navy and say Michigna in gold or are royal and say Kentucky in white. No big deal. Link to post Sign in to follow this http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/cad…5861520896.htmlDown Under, colours are not owned by anyone.Cadbury was told it does not own the right to their own shade of purple. Sports Logos mfoster Not surprised by this.What I was surprised was a few months back was Jack White from the White Stripes whining and crying that red, black and white was the White Stripes color scheme and that bands were ripping them off for having used them: The Used and Green Day amongst others.Curious if that court finding protects bands as it does teams. Link to post Link to post Members Members 1 Link to post ebod39 ElwoodCuse Location:CT Link to post Share on other sites Forums Home Share this post ebod39 Share this post 17 Link to post Prev 0 Share on other sites 187 0 0 Sports Logos on a sidenote: an interesting battle is brewing in the retail market where 3 companies arejostling for position to be recognized by the color red. Not in a legal, “I’m gonna sue you sense” but in a public recognition sense (as my example above demonstrates). Target, JCPenney and Macys are all seeing Red in thier logos and marketing. Of the three companies listed, which one would you pick as the initial winner as to who the public associates with the color red?IMO, Target is the clear winner. True enough, although I don’t think that one necessarily thinks “Target” from just the color red.Not quite like the Tiffany Blue box or the brown of UPS. 0 528 posts 0 Sign in to follow this 10,243 posts 182 Share on other sites Link to post Recommended Posts Members Members 1,555 4,324 0 8 Puck Favourite Logos:Boston BreakersOakland InvadersNY/NJ KnightsSan Jose SharksSeattle Mariners Share on other sites 6 187 Share on other sites Link to post Posted August 20, 2006 0 Share this post Link to post Link to post Share on other sites Members Share on other sites Posted August 20, 2006 andrewharrington 0 843 posts Mingjai Share on other sites Page 1 of 2 22,645 Link to post 12 0 Posted August 19, 2006 andrewharrington “Bleu Bomb Buzzes Metropolis.” Members Share this post Share this post 0 Bands will have a lot tougher time proving secondary meaning. I cannot think of any band at all that I would identify based on color alone except for tie-dye as the Grateful Dead.As for the retail stores, I’d say red is Target but how nationwide are they? They only popped up in some part of PA and NY fairly recently. I bet a nationwide survey of “what store does red equal” would yield very different results. Members 187 Geez, I guess the WSU Cougars better sue my ass then….I wore their “colors” today…Mike Share this post Bleujayone DEAD! Posted August 19, 2006 0 187 53,285 posts 182 843 posts Colors Are Trademarks, Court Says 2 2 Geez, I guess the WSU Cougars better sue my ass then….I wore their “colors” today…Mike Sue your ass, you say? … or maybe sue Uranus…. bulldogbarks55 Posted August 20, 2006 rmered Posted August 20, 2006 4,324 Mingjai And in other news today, Donald Trump bought the rights to the rainbow. Now if anyone wears any colors from the rainbow they must pay Trump a percentage…………………………….This is . This just opens a Pandora’s box of potential problems. What’s next?Does this mean that pro sports can go after high school sports or little league teams, or rec leagues, or even other pro and college teams if they use the same colors? They’ve already sued them for using thier logos or an altered logo that strongly resembles them.I know of a high school that recently renamed their mascot the “Panthers” and while they do not use the NFL’s Carolina Panthers logo, they did adopt their colors of black, Carolina blue, and silver as their own. Does that mean they could be sued under this logic?Are we going to have court cases trying to determine if someone has copied “Yankee Blue” (Navy)?All colors already exist. You cannot “create” a new color, only assign a name to one. You also cannot claim a color exclusivly for yourself and no one else. I’m aware this is an attempt to crack down on illeagal merchandising, but they need to find a different method because this ruling is really reaching & grasping. 4,324 Share on other sites ElwoodCuse Share on other sites I hate when the media overblows federal district court opinions. I heartily agree. The media’s coverage of the judiciary is really lacking in this regard. It’s probably a combination of several ugly factors: the media’s lack of understanding of what a legal ruling really means, the public’s willful ignorance in finding out for themselves, and the desire to sex up a story. If this article was truthfully written as “lower court follows 11-year-old precedent”, no one would care.This ruling is not a big deal at all except to the parties involved. Nothing has changed. All Activity Location:New England BigMac12 327 Share on other sites 0 Posted August 20, 2006 ElwoodCuse Followers 1 37 Geez, I guess the WSU Cougars better sue my ass then….I wore their “colors” today…Mike Sue your ass, you say? … or maybe sue Uranus…. You won’t give up that planet thing, eh? 187 4,173 posts 1 Posted August 21, 2006 lopernv 4,324 22,645 Location:CLE · IND · PDX 1,555 bulldogbarks55 Posted August 19, 2006 Posted August 19, 2006 Posted August 19, 2006 12 0 950 Sports Logo News 0 Share this post 1,677 posts 37 Gothamite Well, it looks like my high school will be safe. They’ve used Orange & Blue since 1928 and I can prove it. The Knicks didn’t start until ’46, ’62 for the Mets and Broncos and ’72 for the Alberta/Edmonton Oilers. Oh wait, I forgot the University of Florida. Oh well, we can always return to our original Cardinal and Black. Aw, heck, those are South Carolina’s hues. I understand the ruling but there has got to be some common sense used. But then you’re dealing with greedy professional and college teams here so all bets (and colors) are off. Heaven help us! mohelmets Link to post five boroughs, one City. Share this post Members 0 Gothamite Is there ketchup on that? 0 182 Share on other sites 187 Link to post Members 2 This is not news. The Supreme Court ruled 10 years ago that colors are protectable provided that you could establish that they had (a) taken on secondary meaning and (b ) that they were non-functional.Qualitex Co. v. Jacobson Products Co., 115 S.Ct. 1300Example: Owens-Corning holds a trademark on the color pink for insulation because (a) people tend to associate the color pink with their product and (b ) the color has no effect on how the product works. lopernv Geez, I guess the WSU Cougars better sue my ass then….I wore their “colors” today…Mike Sue your ass, you say? Puck Link to post 2,557 posts 327 SportsLogos.Net Forums Home ZBoyer Share this post Colors Are Trademarks, Court Says
521 159 2,141 Do you has the five bucks? SJAnfield Share this post Share on other sites 2,141 1,233 posts 7,146 SportsLogos.Net Posted July 7, 2018 57,915 posts 521 SJAnfield I apologize for any decorum NewsBot Share on other sites 521 LMU FiddySicks 2,141 Location:Ohio Share this post 2,859 posts SL.N News the admiral Still a mess…. but better without the corporate logo. Id prefer just a strsight fish no SJ. I do prefer the new SJ to the old. 1,664 This topic is now closed to further replies. The barracuda looks like it should be a character in that animated Will Smith shark mafia movie. Link to post 32 Forums Home Followers 1 26,192 Location:Billericay, UK 612 posts 470 posts Share on other sites 2,848 1 justen Share this post Posted July 10, 2018 Share this post justen Favourite Logos:Sacramento Republic FC 159 Posted July 7, 2018 wildwing64 Sports Logos Share this post Followers 1 Members wildwing64 Conceptually, its pretty cool, but also sorta crudely rendered for 2018. 31,371 posts 7,146 10,716 2,141 Wings 1,664 1,664 Made up rumor: Barracuda move to San Francisco for 2019-2020 become San Francisco Seals. Not sure if new Chase Center will have ice plant. Source: Who the F knows. 2,848 0 Link to post Share on other sites I feel like the art was on a Trapper Keeper or a Lisa Frank folder back in ‘94. AHL: San Jose Barracuda Change Logo and Uniforms 1 Link to post Link to post Derek Posted July 12, 2018 Posted July 10, 2018 It’s better, but not by much. That whole brand is just very awkwardly designed. 0 Share on other sites Dumb and pointless, just like everything having to do with the Sharks organization. Digital Champion Location:Cali Moderators 2,859 posts 2,848 By SportsLogos.Net News, July 7, 2018 in Sports Logo News All Activity 1,728 posts Posted July 8, 2018 So, it’s the previous alternate logo with a pointy J. Location:Lake Wazzapamani 5,765 posts The artist formally known as Bucfan56 0 Sports Logos 0 2,141 Share on other sites Posted July 7, 2018 Forums Home Recommended Posts 26,192 Link to post The cartoon seal in your avatar would be a better logo — not for the Barracuda, of course. 159 26,192 239 posts Posted July 11, 2018 FiddySicks Share on other sites Members Share this post Members Wings Wings Link to post Share on other sites Members Location:Sacramento, California Half-assed. Just like the team. All the arenas in Nor Cal and they still serve as the house show to the parent club’s RAW. Link to post Share this post Link to post 612 posts 32 AHL: San Jose Barracuda Change Logo and Uniforms 2,141 Link to post Location:Torrance, California Members Share this post Derek Sign in to follow this Location:Lake Wazzapamani Members Sign in to follow this Share this post Posted July 7, 2018 SJAnfield The Sharks made a mistake choosing the Barracuda name. I think they should have embraced the past and gone with Seals. The good news is this team’s placement has always been temporary. Look forward to a name change when they move. I selfishly want them to move to the Sacramento area. They have had talks with my Alma mater Sacramento State on helping to build an 8k+ seat arena on campus. AHL: San Jose Barracuda Change Logo and Uniforms July 7, 2018 – 03:48 AMThe San Jose Barracuda, the American Hockey League affiliate of the NHL’s Sharks unveiled a tweak to their logo and uniform set for the upcoming 2018-19 season. What was previously the alternate logo has been promoted to their primary, basically […] Read More… 32 Favourite Logos:North Stars Share on other sites Link to post Link to post SJAnfield 228 Members 1 Share this post Share this post Go To Topic Listing Wings 7,146 LMU Members All Activity Posted July 8, 2018 1 26,933 posts Share on other sites Sports Logo News So, it’s the previous alternate logo with a pointy J. Share this post 228 0 Share on other sites Share on other sites 0 the admiral 159 159 1 10,716 159 Members C-Squared 0 Half-assed. Just like the team. All the arenas in Nor Cal and they still serve as the house show to the parent club’s RAW. Theyll be out of SAP Center within the next five years, and relocate to Sac, Fresno, Stockton or somewhere else in the bay. Members SportsLogos.Net News Link to post Posted July 12, 2018 Sports Logo News Posted July 9, 2018 3 hours ago, LMU said: 228 Members SportsLogos.Net C-Squared SportsLogos.Net News 10,716 AHL: San Jose Barracuda Change Logo and Uniforms
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced a three-member tribunal headed by a retired judge to investigate the alleged corruption in the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).While the tribunal would be chaired by Justice (Retired) Asghar Haider, it would also consist former PCB chairman Lt General (Retired) Tauqir Zia and former team manager Wasim Bari.According to the Express Tribune, the PCB had formed the three-member committee after Islamabad United pair of Khalid Latif and Sharjeel Khan formally informed the board that they seek to contest charges against them.The duo were suspended by the PCB for their alleged involvement in the infamous spot-fixing scandal during the first week of the PSL.According to the prescribed procedure, the tribunal would now issue notices for a preliminary hearing to both PCB as well as the players. (PCB to interrogate Nasir Jamshed)Later, three more players namely, Mohammad Irfan, Shahzeb Hasan and Nasir Jamshed were also suspended following further investigation.On Friday, Shahzaib underwent two days of investigation in which he was questioned about his terms with already suspended Sharjeel and Khalid and was asked the reason of delay in reporting the details of corrupt approach. (Punish those who corrupt cricketers, says Salman Butt)Shahzaib last played for Pakistan six years back and the only highlight of his brief international career was featuring in the World T20 squad in 2009.Meanwhile, Irfan, Nasir Sharjeel and Khalid have been summoned by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to record their statements on March 20 and 21.advertisementIrfan and Jamshed will be recording their statements before the FIA’s investigators today while batsmen Sharjeel and Khalid have been asked to appear before FIA on March 21.Irfan, who on March 14 was suspended and charge-sheeted over his alleged connections with bookies, has been given 14 days by the PCB to submit his reply.