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vivo and UEFA call on fans to create, capture and share the beautiful moments of UEFA EURO 2020 – Sport360 News

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As football fans have eagerly awaited the return of UEFA EURO 2020, kicking off on June 11, 2021, vivo wants to help fans create, capture and share the beautiful moments surrounding the tournament.

Launching today, the brand has introduced a#ToBeautifulMoments & #vivoSuperTime social activation with the support of ex-England star Michael Owen, calling on fans to share their chants, cheers and applause for the opportunity to be featured in the tournament’s closing ceremony presented by vivo.

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Party time: The activation from vivo is bringing people together

“The virtues of football, in how it brings people together all across the world, from different backgrounds, from different teams, all in the name of sportsmanship, is what makes it a truly beautiful game,” said Owen, who is a UEFA EURO 2020 ambassador. “While the experience will be different this year, I am excited to be teaming up with vivo to encourage and enable fans to be in the moment and bring their energy and passion into one of the most beautiful moments of the tournament.”

Fans who submit their videos and photos with #ToBeautifulMoments & #vivoSuperTime hashtag on social media may be featured in an outstanding virtual display during the broadcast of the UEFA EURO 2020 closing ceremony taking place on July 11. Whether capturing and sharing the perfect fan selfies or energetic videos of cheers and applause, the task is simple: Upload a photo or a video with the #ToBeautifulMoments & #vivoSuperTime hashtag to show your support for EURO 2020 and your favourite national team and players.

During the closing ceremony, which will be a combination of live-action and augmented-reality, fan videos will be integrated into an engaging visual spectacle and broadcast live for viewers at home.

Together: vivo is an official partner of UEFA EURO 2020

Together: vivo is an official partner of UEFA EURO 2020

“Football is back, and the game has never been more eager for fans’ dedication, passion and presence. vivo is calling all football fans to rally once again to celebrate this beautiful moment, and we’re thrilled to be able to bring fans’ love for the beautiful game into the event with the help of technology,” said Spark Ni, senior vice president and CMO of vivo.

The #vivoSuperTime initiative is part of the brand’s “To Beautiful Moments” campaign surrounding this year’s tournament, bringing to life vivo’s passion for making every moment more magical for its users.

To learn more about the “To Beautiful Moments” campaign and vivo’s activations around UEFA EURO 2020, visit https://www.vivo.com/en/activity/euro2020.

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Reports | Tottenham set to announce Paulo Fonseca as their new manager

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According to the Guardian, Tottenham are set to appoint Paulo Fonseca as their new manager this week on an expected three-year deal following the signing of Fabio Paratici. The former Roma manager has been linked with a move after talks with Antonio Conte fell apart due a difference in ideologies.

Following the sacking and subsequent departure of Jose Mourinho to Roma, Tottenham have struggled to find their next manager. Reports had indicated that they had originally picked Erik ten Hag but the Ajax boss signed a contract extension with the Dutch sides. Not only that, the club lost out on Julian Nagelsmann with the German signing for Bayern Munich. But while there was a shock move for Antonio Conte on the cards, that fell apart due to a difference of ideologies.

However, the club’s managerial search is set to come to an end with the Guardian reporting that Spurs have picked Paulo Fonseca as their new manager. The former AS Roma boss is set to reportedly sign a three year deal with the move made by, Tottenham’s new managing director of football, Fabio Paratici after the move for Conte fell apart. Paratici was recently confirmed to have signed for the North London side earlier this week with Fonseca reportedly keen on the job.

The former AS Roma boss originally rose through management in Portuguese football, having spent the entirety of his playing career in Portugal. With notable management experience including Porto, Braga and Shakhtar Donetsk, where he won the league three times. Fonseca is set to sign a three year deal with Tottenham but it will be, reportedly, structured as a two year contract with an option to extend it by a year.

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Alabama season opener vs Miami game marks the end of an era for Crimson Tide

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The Alabama football program is leaving the neutral-site affairs behind in favor of more home-and-home series after the 2021 college season.

Once the Alabama football team presumably defeats the Miami Hurricanes on Labor Day in Atlanta, the Crimson Tide will finally begin playing Power Five teams in much-anticipated home-and-home series.

For years, this had served Nick Saban and his program. Alabama would only play Power 5 teams out-of-conference at a neutral site. While this gave the Crimson Tide a major scheduling advantage, everything will change after the Chick-fil-A Kickoff vs. Miami down in Atlanta this year. This truly marks the end of an era in what will surely be Saban’s final years down in Tuscaloosa.

Alabama football: Crimson Tide will play its last neutral-site game vs. Miami

Alabama athletic director Greg Byrne should be applauded for all the exciting games he has on tap for the football program down the line. The Crimson Tide will play teams like Texas, Wisconsin, Florida State, West Virginia, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Georgia Tech, Boston College and Virginia Tech between 2022 and 2035. Of course, Saban will most likely be retired well before 2035.

While Alabama fans may love the opportunity to go to places like Austin and Columbus, the reason Byrne is doing this with presumably Saban’s blessing is very simple: Alabama will not be punished by losing a game on the road out-of-conference once the College Football Playoff expands from four to 12 teams. Saban will coach in some of these games, but will not coach in all of them.

Alabama can afford to drop a road game in South Bend, Stillwater or Blacksburg as long as the Crimson Tide are one of the 12 best teams in the country at the end of the year. Other programs may have beaten Alabama to the punch when it comes to impressing the Selection Committee with their non-conference resume, but the Crimson Tide will be making up for it when it counts.

Look for Alabama to win its last neutral-site game vs. Miami before doing away with them in favor of the home-and-home series.

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