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Michael van Gerwen will begin the defence of his Players Championship Finals title against Andy Hamilton on Friday. Craig Conroy Jersey . The field has doubled in size this year, and 64 players will convene in Minehead in pursuit of the £400,000 prize.Qualification depends on results in the 20 Players Championship events throughout 2016 - Van Gerwen won five so will be No 1 seed. His upcoming opponent Hamilton has been drafted in as 64th seed because Kyle Anderson has withdrawn with visa issues. Benito van de Pas and Ian White are seeded second and third, respectively, after winning three Players Championship events each this year.The World Championship is live on Sky Sports between December 15 - January 2.Players Championship Finals first-round drawMichael van Gerwen (1) v Andy Hamilton (64)Vincent van der Voort (32) v Andrew Gilding (33)Josh Payne (16) v Mark Walsh (49)Cristo Reyes (17) v Berry van Peer (48)Mensur Suljovic (8) v Raymond van Barneveld (57)Adrian Lewis (25) v Robert Thornton (40)Joe Cullen (9) v Steve Brown (56)Ronny Huybrechts (24) v Rowby-John Rodriguez (41)Gerwyn Price (5) v Dimitri Van den Bergh (60)Christian Kist (28) v Ricky Evans (37)Steve West (12) v Jan Dekker (53)Justin Pipe (21) v Andy Jenkins (44)Simon Whitlock (4) v Matthew Edgar (61)Darren Webster (29) v Jonny Clayton (36)Chris Dobey (13) v Mick McGowan (52)Alan Norris (20) v Michael Smith (45)Benito van de Pas (2) v Brendan Dolan (63)Joe Murnan (31) v Jermaine Wattimena (34)Kim Huybrechts (15) v Mickey Mansell (50)Daryl Gurney (18) v Ronnie Baxter (47)Peter Wright (7) v Jason Wilson (58)James Wade (26) v Mervyn King (39)Stephen Bunting (10) v Ron Meulenkamp (55)Gary Anderson (23) v John Henderson (42)Dave Chisnall (6) v Kevin Painter (59)Jamie Caven (27) v Jamie Lewis (38)James Wilson (11) v Vincent Kamphuis (54)Jelle Klaasen (22) v Simon Stevenson (43)Ian White (3) v Keegan Brown (62)Mark Webster (30) v Terry Jenkins (35)Steve Beaton (14) v Jeffrey de Graaf (51)Robbie Green (19) v Devon Petersen (46) Also See: Sky Bets darts odds On Sky TV Schedule Features Get Sky Sports Jiri Hudler Jersey . City, fielding a depleted team having already qualified, was twice pegged back by the plucky Czech champions but substitute Negredo tapped home in the 78th minute and Dzekos header made sure of victory in the 89th. The result kept City three points behind Bayern Munich ahead of their meeting in Germany in two weeks. Mark Giordano Jersey .  Nikolaos Kounenakis has been hired as an assistant coach, the team announced on Monday.CALGARY -- Bob Nicholsons advice to his successor at Hockey Canada is be as comfortable having a beer with a minor hockey coach in Kindersley, Sask., as you are in the New York office of NHL commissioner Gary Bettman. From the 3,500 minor hockey associations across the country to the highest halls of hockey power, Nicholsons ability to establish, build and maintain connections turned Hockey Canada into a powerful sports organization. After 16 years as president and chief executive officer, Nicholsons last day on the job was spent presiding over the organizations annual general meeting in Calgary. "There are so many partnerships you have to work on," Nicholson said Saturday. "Thats how you grow the business side of the game and how you grow the game itself." His successor will be chosen by Hockey Canadas board of directors. Its a job of many moving parts that includes player, coach and official development programs, national teams, corporate sales and marketing, licensing, insurance, regulations and building consensus among 13 provincial branches. Nicholsons parting instructions also included tapping into Canadas multicultural population. "We need to figure out how to deal with new Canadians," he explained. "We need to be more flexible. We cant just register kids from September to April. We should have two or three hockey seasons. "The families are changing. We cant continue to do things we did in the 70s, 80s and 90s. There has to be change." There was a lot of that during Nicholsons tenure. The 60-year-old from Penticton, B.C., started with B.C. Hockey before joining Hockey Canada as vice-president in 1990. Hockey Canada and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association merged in 1994 and Nicholson became president in 1998. "The reason there was a merger was both organizations were bankrupt," Nicholson recalled. The non-profit organization is now an operation of approximately $45 million annually due in large part to marketing and packaging of Canadas passion, as well as turning the organization into a brand. "The easiest way to describe that was when I started as president we had 20 staff and we have 127 staff today. Our budgets were $5 million total," Nicholson said. "We just really took the mark and built partnerships." A prime example is the world mens under-20 hockey championship that is a major contributor to the coffers. Hockey Canada parlayed the annual tournaments growing popularity into lucrative sponsorships and a large television contract with TSN. The money goes not only to Hockey Canada, but to the Canadian Hockey League that supplies a large number of players to the tournament as well as minor hockey associations who develop them. Nicholson struck a deal with the Internationaal Ice Hockey Federation to bring the tournament to Canada every two years starting in 2015. Devin Setoguchi Jersey. Its also been held in Canada three of the last five years. "The world juniors and the womens worlds, those are a real staple in this country and theyre a big part of the tradition and also the financial side of it," Nicholson said. Canada has won both mens and womens Olympic hockey gold in back-to-back Winter Games. The 2002 mens hockey team, assembled by Wayne Gretzky, won gold to end a 50-year drought at the Winter Olympics. Canadian teams have won 44 gold at world championships, Olympics and World Cups on Nicholsons watch. "Look at the people hes brought into our organization, whether its high-end professional staff or people like Wayne Gretzky and Steve Yzerman," Hockey Canada chairman Jim Hornell said. "His capacity to bring people into our organization is huge and that will live on." Registration rose from 519,000 in 1998 when Nicholson took over to 634,892 this past season. Much of that growth has come in the female game with an increase from 29,000 to almost 90,000 today. Nicholson has also been front and centre on thorny issues. In the wake of revelations that junior hockey coach Graham James sexually abused players, a Speak Out program was established in 1997 to help prevent abuse and bullying in sport. When to introduce bodychecking in minor hockey has been a source of continual and fractious debate. Concussions in hockey are problematic for the long-term health of players. Nicholson emphasized safety in his final address at the AGM. "Everything you do, do it for the player," he said. "Its not about the turf youre representing or the area of the country you live in. Do whats best for the player. Player safety, those terms are all changing. We have to change with the time. "I really believe when I look back 10 years from now, this organization is going to go to a whole other level. As long as you continue to focus on the players, making sure players play this game safe, Canada will always be the country that carries this game worldwide." Establishing an initiation program to introduce children age five and six to hockey is part of Nicholsons legacy. He also oversaw the move of Hockey Canadas headquarters from Father David Bauer Arena at the University of Calgary to the WinSport at Canada Olympic Park. His first day off the job Sunday was to be spent golfing in Penticton. Nicholson will continue as a IIHF vice-president. Speculation is the NHL will come calling. "I dont know," Nicholson said. "In fairness Ive got a lot of options on my table. I told everyone I wasnt going to speak until June 1. Im going to have to deal with some things and see where it goes." China Jerseys CheapCheap Jerseys 2019 Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Jerseys Wholesale China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys 2019 Wholesale Jerseys 2018 ' ' '