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The ship, which is owned and operated by Hoegh Autoliners, was bound for Germany when it ran on to the Bramble Bank, in the entrance to Southampton Water, on Saturday evening.”Hoegh Autoliners are currently assessing damage and stability issues on board its vessel, which suffered a heavy list earlier yesterday evening after leaving Southampton Port,” the company said in a statement.”The Marine Accident Incident Branch (MAIB) has been informed.”Two Svitzer tugs & two further Solent-based tugs are presently in attendance by the vessel.”The crew have confirmed that the vessel is not taking in any water and it is presently in a stable position with the current list.”A salvage master has been appointed and Höegh Autoliners is fully co-operating with all the authorities at this time to ensure the vessel remains safe. No pollution has been reported.” www.hoeghautoliners.com
Lee Johnson’s men travel to Hillsborough on Saturday, November 18th (3pm kick-off) and will be housed in the Leppings Lane End, with 558 tickets initially allocated.Tickets are priced as follows: Adult – £33, Senior 65+/Under-21 – £23, Under-17 – £15, Under-11 – £10, Under-5 – £5.Ambulant disabled and wheelchair-using supporters pay the relevant price category and may receive a free carer if required.Note: The Under-5 rate is available in advance only.SALES PROCEDURE & CATSSeason card PLUS members can purchase online now, with all season card holders able to buy from November 1st.Forever Bristol members can purchase from Wednesday, November 8th, with any remaining sales kicking off on November 10th.CATS will be running coaches to Hillsborough, departing from Ashton Gate at 8.30am. Seats cost £24 for season card PLUS members, £29 for all others.Please note there will be no parking at Ashton Gate due to an event being held at the stadium.
Super Saturday on Joy Sports and Adom TV on Multi-TV provided lots of shocks and surprising results for viewers. The non-stop football marathon on Multi-TV, began at the home of Eintracht Frankfurt who were seeking to halt the marauding Bayern Munich who had not lost in the Bundesliga since September. Frankfurt got off to the worst possible start falling behind to a Miroslave Klose strike after just 6 minutes. The visitors (Bayern) looked like they would hold out before two goals inside the last three minutes from Juvhel Tsoumou and Martin Fenin gave them (Frankfurt) a deserved win. Bayer Leverkusen, however, failed to take advantage of Bayern Munich’s slip-up as they were beaten 3-0 by Borussia Dortmund to remain in third place, three points behind the league leaders.French Ligue 1 took centre stage next with Stade Rennes looking to continue their excellent run of form. Their opponents, Toulouse had not won a game at Rennes since the 1983/1984 season and their wretched run of results at the Route de Lorient continued. Asamoah Gyan struck twice as Rennes crushed Toulouse, 4-1 to climb to seventh place in Ligue 1. Asamoah’s brace increased his tally to 12 in the league, what appears to be an impressive debut season for Rennes.The self- branded ‘Special one’, Jose Mourinho returned to the Inter-Milan dug out in the Serie A for the first time in 3 matches following his domestic touchline ban. His presence did not halt the Nerazurri’s poor run of form in the Serie A, as they were held 1-1 at Palermo. The set back means that second place AC Milan could overtake city rivals, Inter with a win over Napoli at the San Siro. Diego Milito fired Inter ahead from the penalty spot after ten minutes but Edinson Cavani levelled after 24 minutes and neither side could find a winner. The result left Inter two points clear of Milan, having played a game more.Super-Saturday concluded on Joy Sports in the La Liga, where Sevilla, wounded by their shock Champions League exit at the hands of CSKA Moscow, tried to maintain their 4th place position in the league and restore some pride with a victory over Espanyol. A Dani Osvaldo brace deepened the woes of Sevilla as Espanyol cruised to a comfortable 2-0. Sevilla remain winless in 4 games and will drop to fifth if Real Mallorca beat Atletico Madrid later.Fantastic ‘4’ action continues next weekend on Joy Sports and Multi-TV. Exclusive Euorpa league action resumes in a fortnight.Source: MultiTV/Ghana