Indians Wrap Up Sweep of White Sox with 3-2 Victory in 10 Innings

first_img Matt Loede CLEVELAND – While the city of Cleveland waits on pins and needles for the outcome of tonight’s game seven in the NBA Finals, the Cavs neighbor the Indians were once again doing their part in winning another series, as they did enough in 10 innings to top the White Sox 3-2 at Progressive Field.The game-winner came with the bases loaded and two outs as Jose Ramirez, who is .381 with runners in scoring position after Sunday’s game, lined a shot to first, and it took a nasty hop that Sox first basemen Jose Abreu couldn’t handle.The play scored Rajai Davis, who ledoff the 10th inning with a double. “When you’re at home if something goes right wrong, it’s nice to be the home team,” Indians manager Terry Francona said. “That was a pretty good game played well by both teams.”It ended a big day for Davis, who hit leadoff and was 4-for-5 with two runs scored, two doubles, and he stole two bases. He’s now hitting .263 on the season.With the two steals he’s is the fastest Indians player to 20 stolen bases in a season since Grady Sizemore also stole 20 through the first 68 games of the 2007 season. The win puts the Indians at 38-30 on the season, and will keep them in first place in the AL Central ahead of the Royals. The Sox are in a serious tailspin, as they fall to 33-36, 5.5 back of the Tribe in the division. The Indians have won eight straight at Progressive Field, and it’s their second walk off win in the last three days. They got a Carlos Santana homer to win the game in the bottom of the 9th off Nate Jones on Friday night.The Tribe has also had six series sweeps on the season and have won six straight, eight of 10 and 11 of their last 15 games against the White Sox, dating back to last September.It was the first three-game series sweep of the White Sox at Progressive Field since September of 2014.Carlos Carrasco got the start for the Indians, and was effective, allowing just two runs on five hits, as he lasted 7.1 innings. He walked four and struck out six in not factoring in the decision.Carrasco’s outing was his best since his stint on the DL, as he failed to go longer than 6.2 innings in any of his outings since coming back to the team.“He’s getting his legs under him you see him get more more confident as he gets some some games under his belt,” Francona said. The Tribe pitcher had struggled against Chicago, as he had failed to pitch 5.0-or-more innings in each of his last five starts against the White Sox, and had lost three straight starts against them.He still sits at 2-2 on the season with a very solid 3.26 ERA. The bullpen kept the Sox in check, as Bryan Shaw, Cody Allen and Dan Otero combined to go 2.2 innings of relief, allowing one hit with one walk and four K’s to get the Indians in a position to win the game in extra frames.Both teams scored a run in the first, and the Indians fell behind 2-1 in the fourth when Carrasco allowed a solo homer to Melky Cabrera.They tied it in the bottom of the frame when Juan Uribe hit his 4th homer of the season. It was the 196th homer of his big-league career and the 25th time he has homered in consecutive games after he homered in Saturday’s affair. While there’s a fever pitch about the Cavs, the Indians are finally getting some love as today they drew 25,269 in attendance for the Father’s Day game. The total paid attendance for the weekend was 84,247, the largest combined weekend crowd since June 20-22, 2014 when a combined crowd of 100,280 attended a three-game set against the Tigers.The homestand will continue on Monday as they team will play host to the Tampa Bay Rays at 7:10pm as Josh Tomlin (8-1) will go up against Drew Smyly (2-7). 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.center_img Related TopicsCarlos CarrascoIndiansJose RamirezJuan UribeWhite Soxlast_img read more

Vaccaro Remains in Sixth Place at Midway Point of NCAA Championships

first_img Print Friendly Version Vaccaro will tee off No. 1 at 9:30 a.m. in Friday’s third round. The event will wrap-up with the final round on Saturday. “I didn’t hit my driver as well (as yesterday),” Vaccaro said. “I didn’t putt poorly but I didn’t make a lot of putts either. The conditions were really hot and I didn’t get a lot of up and downs.” COMPLETE RESULTS & LIVE SCORINGHOUSTON, Texas – UWF senior Paloma Vaccaro birdied two of the final four holes to post a 2-over-par 74 on Thursday and remain in sixth place at the midway point of the NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Championships at Bay Oaks Country Club. Her round featured three birdies and five bogeys. She narrowly missed a birdie on No. 14 after putting her approach to eight feet. She birdied No. 15 with a tap in after her approach from 90 yards rattled in and out of the hole before coming to rest a few inches from the cup.center_img Vaccaro’s 36-hole score of 71-74=145 puts her four strokes behind tourney-leader Kylie Raines of Indianapolis. The average score for the 72-player field was a half-stroke higher from the first round as temperatures soared into the upper 90s. The momentum continued two holes later as she hit driver, 9-iron to 15 feet and made the straight uphill putt to get to even for the tournament. Unfortunately, a bad tee shot on No. 18 led to a bogey. The 145 36-hole total is the lowest at an NCAA Championship for a UWF women’s golfer. The Argonauts have been previously represented at nationals by Sarah Nicholson in 2004, Daisy-May Kenny in 2014, along with Vaccaro two years ago.last_img read more

Sterling Man Attempts to Flee With Drugs

first_imgMegan Peters with the Troopers said this kind of situation is fairly common… Peters: A lot of times in our investigations it doesn’t matter if it’s a traffic stop or an investigation into something like a burglary, Troopers come into contact with a lot of people and sometimes we come across people with warrants that need to be arrested, and even though they had nothing to do with committing the crime that’s being investigated, they still need to be taken into custody for something else that they were responsible for, whether it be having drugs on their person or having an active warrant out for their arrest.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Last Sunday a 52-year-old Sterling man tried running from Troopers after he was stopped on the Sterling Highway with meth, heroin, and marijuana. Phillip K. Warren had been a passenger in an older model grey Chevy HHR which was stopped at mile 81 for an equipment violation around 8:30pm. During the traffic stop, Troopers started talked to Warren and found him in possession of the drugs. Warren tried to flee, but was eventually arrested. Warren now faces charges of Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest, two separate counts of MICS4 and 1 count of MICS6 and was remanded to Wildwood Pre-Trial Facility and held on no bail.last_img read more

Cornwall makes subcontinent history

first_imgLUCKNOW, India (CMC):Shamarh Brooks struck a maiden Test hundred, and Rahkeem Cornwall became the first Windies spinner to claim a 10-wicket match haul on the subcontinent as the Caribbean side dominated day two of the one-off Test against Afghanistan here yesterday to put themselves on the verge of a comprehensive victory.On another bowlers day at the Atal Bihari Vajpayee International Stadium when 14 of 15 wickets fell to spinners, the Windies managed to secure an important 90-run lead after being dismissed for 277 in their first innings.Brooks, unbeaten overnight on 19, faced 214 balls and counted 15 fours and a six to complete three figures in his third Test after making his debut last August against India in the Caribbean.Left-handed opener John Campbell, resuming from 30, made 55 – his maiden Test half-century in his sixth match at this level – while wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich chipped in with 42 in his first Test appearance in nine months following injury. Spin trouble Debutant left-arm spinner Amir Hamza picked up five for 74, leg-spinning captain Rashid Khan claimed three for 114 while Zahir Khan, another left-arm spinner, supported with two for 53.Cornwall then snatched three for 41 and fellow off-spinner Roston Chase, three for 10, as Afghanistan ended the day on the ropes on 109 for seven – a lead of only 19 runs ahead of today’s day three.First-innings top-scorer Javed Ahmadi led again with a polished 62 as the hosts cashed in on the early overs of seam to coast to 53 without loss.Once Cornwall was introduced, however, Afghanistan declined quickly to lose seven wickets for 56 runs.Cornwall so far has match figures of 10 for 116 – the first 10-wicket match haul by a Windies bowler in India in 44 years.Resuming the morning on 68 for two – still 119 runs adrift of their target – Windies flourished nicely as Brooks and Campbell extended their third-wicket stand to 82.Campbell struck three boundaries in the day’s third over from Amir Hamza – two audacious successive reverse sweeps and an orthodox sweep – as he raced to his 50 in the fifth over of the morning.All told, he stroked seven fours and a six off 75 deliveries before top-edging a sweep at Hamza for Ihsanullah to take an excellent catch running around to leg gully.Afghanistan struck again when Rashid Khan trapped Shimron Hetmyer lbw for 13 on the stroke of the drinks break and Chase followed 16 balls later for two, taken at short leg off Zahir Khan at 150 for five.Brooks and Dowrich then combined in a 74-run sixth-wicket stand, which took the Windies to lunch on 195 without further loss and also frustrated the Afghans early in the second session.The right-handed Brooks played with fluency on either side of the wicket and raised his half-century in the second over after the day’s first drinks break. Unbeaten on 75 at lunch, he reached his hundred about half an hour before tea, pinching a single forward of point off Hamza.He lost Dowrich, who faced 91 balls and struck six fours, lbw to Zahir approaching the first hour after lunch, and his departure triggered a slide that saw the last five wickets go down for just 53 runs. Stumps shattered Brooks was ninth out, missing a heave at Hamza and having his stumps shattered.In reply, Ahmadi lashed seven fours and a six in a 75-ball knock as he put on 53 for the first wicket with Ibrahim Zadran (23) to give Afghanistan a solid start.But Cornwall, introduced in the ninth over, got the breakthrough 10 overs later when Ibrahim offered no shot and was plumb lbw.In Cornwall’s next over, Ihsanullah (1) was disastrously run out off the first ball, and Rahmat Shah inside-edged a defensive stroke and was caught at short leg by Brooks without scoring.When Ashgar Afghan also fell without scoring in Cornwall’s next over, also caught close in by Brooks, the home side had lost four wickets for six runs in the space of 13 deliveries.Ahmadi and Nasir Janal (15) defied West Indies in a 37-run, fifth-wicket partnership before Chase snatched three wickets in as many overs to spark another slump. SCOREBOARD AFGHANISTAN 1st Innings 187WEST INDIES 1st Innings(overnight 68 for two)K Brathwaite lbw b Amir 11 J Campbell c Ihsanullah b Amir 55 S Hope c Ihsanullah b Rashid 7 S Brooks b Amir 111 S Hetmyer lbw b Rashid 13 R Chase c Ibrahim b Zahir 2 +S Dowrich lbw b Zahir 42 *J Holder st Afsar b Amir 11 R Cornwall lbw b Rashid 5 K Roach lbw b Amir 3 J Warrican not out 4 Extras (lb12, nb1) 13 TOTAL (all out, 83.3) 277Fall of wickets: 1-27, 2-34, 3-116, 4-137, 5-150, 6-224, 7-243, 8-260, 9-270, 10-277.Bowling: Yamin Ahmadzai 10-3-24-0, Amir Hamza 28.3-4-74-5 (nb1), Rashid Khan 32-5-114-3, Zahir Khan 13-2-53-2.WEST INDIES 2nd InningsIbrahim Zadran lbw b Cornwall 23Javed Ahmadi c Cornwall b Chase 62Ihsanullah run out 1Rahmat Shah c Brooks b Cornwall 0Asghar Afghan c Brooks b Cornwall 0Nasir Jamal b Chase 15Amir Hamza c Cornwall b Chase 1+Afsar Zazai not out 2Extras (lb4, nb1) 5TOTAL (7 wkts, 36 overs) 109Fall of wickets: 1-53, 2-55, 3-55, 4-59, 5-96, 6-98, 7-109.Bowling: Roach 4-2-5-0, Holder 3-0-18-0, Warrican 12-3-31-0, Cornwall 14-3-41-3 (nb1), Chase 3-1-10-3.Position: Afghanistan lead by 19 runs with three wickets intact.Toss: West Indies.Umpires: Nitin Menon, Paul Reiffel; TV – Ahmed Shah Pakteen.last_img read more

Report: Sheffield Sharks 90-71 Bristol Flyers

first_imgMalcolm Riley poured in 35 points including nine 3-pointers in an impressive display to down the Flyers who had won both of their games last weekend.Bristol were without Aaron Cosby, but made a bright start to lead 12-17 after the first quarter despite 10 points from Riley.However, the Sharks bounced back in the second as they turned things around to lead 32-25 on a three from Riley and would still be leading by seven at the half.Sheffield pushed on to lead by as many as 12 in the third, but the visitors kept battling and a strong start to the fourth saw the gap cut to three at 65-62.Back-to-back triples from Riley capped an 11-0 burst from the Sharks as they pulled away for the win with Bristol missing the chance to move above their South-West rivals, Plymouth Raiders, who also lost.last_img read more

Soccer: Bossier boys, Parkway girls win

first_imgThe Bossier boys and Parkway girls both defeated North DeSoto in non-district soccer games Wednesday night.The Bearkats downed the Griffins 4-3 at Tinsley Park. The Lady Panthers edged the Lady Griffins 3-2 at North DeSoto.Rene Alvarado scored three goals to lead the Bearkats. Jorge Caal had one. Bossier improved to 5-4 overall.Mackenzie Kleinpeter also had a hat trick in Parkway’s win. Sara Funderburk and Miranda Scotten had one assist each. The Lady Panthers raised their record to 12-8-3.Elsewhere, Caddo Magnet and Airline played to a scoreless tie in a District 1-I girls game at Tinsley. The Lady Vikings are now 6-6-1 overall and 3-3-1 in district.Airline won the JV game 2-0. Addie Mosura scored both goals.— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.comTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

High school football: Gutsy effort by Airline comes up just short against Zachary in…

first_imgAfter three quarters Friday night at M.D. Ray Field at Airline Stadium, it looked like the Airline Vikings just might be on their way to another upset in the Class 5A playoffs.Airline, the No. 12 seed, had scored 14 straight points against the No. 4 Zachary Broncos to turn a 24-10 halftime deficit into a tie game.The large crowd on the home side of the stadium was hyped and momentum was on the Vikings’ side.But it wasn’t meant to be.Starting at their own 10, the Broncos drove to a 45-yard field goal by Martell Fontenot. Zachary then picked off a Jordan Gladney pass and drove 34 yards for a touchdown with 3:27 left to extend the lead to 34-24.That would be the final score of the quarterfinal game.Airline, which defeated No. 5 St. Amant in the second round, finished 9-4. Zachary (11-2) will visit No. 1 West Monroe, a 31-17 winner over No. 9 Barbe, in the semifinals.The Vikings had a six-game winning streak snapped. The Broncos won their eighth straight.Airline turned in a gutsy effort against a Zachary team that outscored its first two playoff opponents 76-0 and allowed just 13 points in the previous six games.“I’m proud of our guys,” Airline coach Bo Meeks said. “I told ’em after I couldn’t be more prouder if they had one. We dug a hole and battled back against a great football team. They’re very good. We couldn’t make the plays in the end. Just really proud of the guys and the way they battled and what they did for our program.”Airline’s nine wins were the most since the Vikings won 10 in 2012. That was also the school’s last quarterfinal appearance.Meeks said the seniors deserve a lot of credit for that success.“Just a tremendous group’” he said. “I’m so proud of the way that they changed over the course of their four years. I think they changed the culture of our program this year just in the way that they bought in and the way they worked and the way they led. I’m just really, really proud of that group.”Airline was victimized by three long pass plays for touchdowns in the first half.Zachary sophomore quarterback Keilon Brown hit Trea Shropshire for 53 and 50 yards and R.J. Allen for 55. Fontenot kicked a 32-yard field goal to give the Broncos a 10-0 lead.Airline took advantage of a muffed punt for its first points, a 26-yard field goal by freshman Jackson Tinkis early in the second quarter. C.J. George caught a 33-yard pass in the drive.The Vikings cut the Broncos’ lead to seven on a 47-yard pass from Gladney to Nate Fullilove with 11:01 left in the second quarter.Zachary answered with the 52-yard pass to Shropshire for the 24-10 halftime lead.“We didn’t execute well on offense,” Meeks said. “Both of those instances, offensively and defensively, had a lot to do with them. A combination of things. But we came in at halftime and kept our poise and came out ready in the second half and battled back. They had a great drive to get that 3 when we tied it up and we turned it over there just trying to make a play.”The Airline defense came up big in the third quarter, forcing two straight three-and-outs.After the second one, the Vikings drove 77 yards for a TD. Senior Coby McGee went 28 yards with a screen pass and ran for a first on fourth-and-2. Gladney converted a fourth-and-3 on a run and scored from 2 yards out.The Vikings tied it with 15 seconds left in the third quarter on Brandon Marshall’s 40-yard interception return and Tinkis’ PAT.Gladney, a junior who replaced injured starter Brad Fream in the sixth game of the season, completed 21 of 33 passes for 246 yards.Running back Cameron “JoJo” Davis, who closed an outstanding career, caught four passes for 47 yards.McGee, one of the top performers in the area this season, caught nine passes for 80 yards. — Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.comPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPersonal Loan | Search AdsGetting a Loan in Hong Kong Might be Easier Than You ThinkPersonal Loan | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

Cutters face uphill battle

first_imgRugby League BY BENJAMIN KOITAKI The Kimbe Cutters have two difficult hurdles to negotiate to make the PNG National Rugby League playoffs. While you could say their finals hope may be dashed as they meet heavyweights Port Moresby Vipers and then the inform Mendi Muruks the following weekend, they still have a glimmer hope. Their 2020 season has all been about hope and they risen to the occasion more than once already and nothing is impossible. Currently in sixth place, the West New Britain franchise is keen to maintain and deny likely contenders in the Enga Mioks (7th) and Waghi Tumbe (8th), who also having a crucial two weeks to realize their finals aspirations. Cutters franchise manager Freddy Kumai told the Post-Courier, that their season is dependent on how they fare against the well established Vipers and Muruks. Kumai, however was confident that the club had set priorities to achieve new heights and this scenario sets the perfect stage to rise and be countered for. “Making into the top six and finals is our priority. “As a team, one was achieved against the Goroka Lahanis last week. “And this weekend’s game against the Vipers…we do have a home ground advantage and am confident the team will pull-off a win here. “That will also lift our chance to rise against the mighty Muruks as well. “If you look at our past performances, the team has been consistent week in week out.” Kumai explained that there are only few factors that is affecting their game unlike the previous season. “Apart from the usual complaints about the referees and linesmen which could be factors affecting their game…all in all the team is gaining confidence with every game.” Kumai made special mention of skipper Jah Hogen, Benji Kot and Justin Yoka who have brought a new dimension to their game. “Playing with a working combination was the thing that we missed last year but now that area has been solved.”last_img read more

Missing from World Cup action: Stars sidelined

first_imgGermany midfielder Marco Reus on Saturday became the latest player to pull out of the global football showcase, joining the likes of Frank Ribery, Radamel Falcao, Theo Walcott and several other big names who will be watching the World Cup in between trips to the doctor or physio.Dutch coach Raymond Verheijen, who has in the past helped condition Netherlands, South Korean and Russian players for European Championships and World Cups, has long been a critic of over-training and blamed it for increasing injuries.He said national coaches need to wind back the amount of training they put their squads through at the end of long club seasons.“Their players are still fit, but they are tired,” he told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. “Players have to rest. It’s the opposite of club preparations at the start of a season.”He called the intensive training regimes of many national coaches “Russian roulette,” saying that overtraining is a key cause of muscle injuries.Football is, of course, a fast and physical sport and not all injuries can be attributed to exhaustion, but many of the stars at the World Cup had barely finished their club seasons when they had to report to rigorous national training camps. Any lingering aches and pains they accumulated have no time to recover.Former Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio told Gazetta dello Sport that England’s campaign in the strength-sapping heat of Brazil will likely suffer due to the Premier League’s non-stop season.“They do not have a winter break,” Di Canio said. “It’s nice to play at Christmas, but they pay the price for this in June when the fatigue can be devastating.”Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said he has not considered resting Neymar or any other players because of the recent wave of injuries.So-called “friendly” tune-up matches in recent weeks have also shattered plenty of World Cup dreams.Reus twisted his left ankle while challenging Artur Yedigaryan in the first half of Germany’s friendly against Armenia — part of the team’s buildup to the World Cup in Brazil.“The strange thing is that they’ve all been traumatic injuries, ” Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini said of injuries to Reus and midfielder Riccardo Montolivo, who broke the tibia bone in his left leg last weekend during a warm-up match with Ireland.England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s World Cup is in doubt after he sustained ligament damage in his right knee during a friendly against Ecuador in Miami Gardens on Wednesday.Nevertheless, Verheijen says such matches are vital to coaches in forging one team out of players from several different clubs.“They have to build up rhythm,” he said.Sometimes, players can be one another’s worst enemies. Netherlands winger Arjen Robben was furious at a hard tackle from behind by Ghana defender Rashid Sumaila last month. Friendly games are often far from friendly, as Brazil and Serbia showed in a feisty game on Friday.“I’d have liked to hit him, but you can’t do that,” Robben, who was not injured, said after the match.The lengthening list of absentees from the World Cup starting in Sao Paulo on Thursday would form a strong world all-star team.News of the partial ligament tear in Reus’ left ankle came a day after France winger Franck Ribery pulled out of the tournament after failing to overcome a back injury.Monaco striker Falcao was left out of Colombia’s squad after failing to recover from a knee injury.Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal said he had to jettison his preferred 4-3-3 formation after key midfielder Kevin Strootman wrecked his knee playing for AS Roma.Among other players absent from football’s greatest stage:—Belgium striker Christian Benteke ruptured an Achilles tendon in April.—Mexican midfielders Juan Carlos Medina, who injured his ankle during practice three weeks ago and Luis Montes, who broke his right fibula in a match against Ecuador last Saturday.—Croatia lost its only left back Danijel Pranjic during a friendly against Australia.—Spanish goalkeeper Victor Valdes tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in March.—Veteran Netherlands midfielder Rafael van der Vaart is out with a calf muscle injury in his right leg.Some potential stars of the Brazil tournament are weary and hurting but determined to play on.Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo resumed training Saturday after recovering from tendinitis and a muscle injury, both in his left leg.Ivory Coast coach Sabri Lamouchi says that Yaya Toure, star of Manchester City’s English Premier League-winning team, has a leg injury and is fatigued but is expected to play.Robin van Persie, striker at Toure’s crosstown rival Manchester United, will also be playing despite a sore groin.“It is not an injury, but he can feel it. He has been feeling it for a long time,” Van Gaal said after the Netherlands’ first training session in Rio.Playing through the pain barrier is the norm for players like Van Persie, the Dutch captain and top scorer.“He plays with it and he has always played with it,” Van Gaal said. “Every player has pains.”____Associated Press reporters covering teams in the World Cup contributed to this story.last_img read more

Defender hints at permanent move away from Chelsea

first_imgHamburg want to sign Jeffrey Bruma on a permanent basis, the defender has told the Hamburger Morgenpost newspaper.Bruma, 21, has impressed while on loan at the German club from Chelsea and they seem keen to keep him.“Our boss and our general manager have indicated to me that I will be here for a long time to come,” Bruma is quoted as saying.AdChoices广告“They want me to pen a contract for several years. I needed to be very patient. I hope that I will be playing now and that I can take the chance.“I need to play to develop, but of course I am delighted that a club like Hamburg wants to keep me.”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 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more