Syracuse starting attack Nick Piroli out against No. 12 Albany with lower-body injury

first_img Published on February 21, 2016 at 3:30 pm Contact Jon: jrmettus@syr.edu | @jmettus Syracuse starting attack Nick Piroli is out for Sunday’s game against No. 12 Albany with a lower-body injury, a Syracuse Athletics spokesman confirmed to The Daily Orange Sunday afternoon.Starting midfielder Tim Barber will move up to attack to replace him and attack Matt Lane will take Barber’s spot in the midfield.Barber started three games attack in 2015 in place of an injured Randy Staats. His 12 other starts were at midfield.Lane, a redshirt sophomore, will be making the first start of his career.Piroli, a graduate transfer, scored two goals and added an assist in his first game with the Orange — an 18-5 win over Siena on Feb. 13. He scored 47 goals and tallied 38 assists in three years with Brown.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse (1-0) hosts Albany at 4 p.m. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Cherry AB unifies all igaming assets under ComeOn business area

first_img Affiliate leaders confirmed for CasinoBeats Malta 2020 February 21, 2020 Share Submit StumbleUpon Related Articles Bethard exits UK online gambling scene  June 17, 2020 Swedish CEOs challenge ‘unrealistic demands’ against threat of igaming becoming obsolete June 8, 2020 Share Anders HolmgrenHaving completed its outright acquisition of Malta-based European online casino operator ComeOn, Stockholm-listed Cherry AB has announced that it will unify its industry igaming portfolio under the acquired ComeOn brand.Confirming its restructuring decision, Cherry AB governance stated that all Cherry iGaming B2C assets, would be moved to the ComeOn brand as of 1 April 2017, with the firm creating a new  ComeOn business division.Updating investors on the organisational restructure, Cherry detailed that its decision would ‘re-emphasise its operational independence, aligning with other business areas owned and built up by Cherry AB.’New Cherry AB Chief Executive Anders Holmgren detailed to stakeholders “By clearly branding this business area we are, just as with XCaliber, Game Lounge and Yggdrasil, being even more clear and specific about how we build shareholder value, while supporting and acknowledging the diverse needs of each of our business areas,”Jonas Wåhlander CEO of ComeOn welcomed the decision by Cherry, stating  “We are building a business area, merging Cherry iGaming and ComeOn !, with some brands within it and setting a new unified culture and actionable values. We, therefore, wanted to take this opportunity to have a really good think about what name mirrors this the best. After spending some time we weren’t able to point to any brand alternative being on par or better than ComeOn!. It’s simply a great name and perfectly summarises our cultural attitude,”last_img read more