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Optus hopes its done enough to ensure its opening weekend blues dont plague the second round of its English Premier League coverage.The telco outbid long-term broadcaster Fox Sports for the rights to show the popular football competition in Australia for three years, a tenure that began last weekend.It means Australian fans of English football need to use streaming services and apps to watch matches rather than simply turn on their television.A delayed feed, poor-quality streaming and a dreaded black screen at one stage had furious subscribers taking to social media to complain, with the Twitter hashtag #OptusOut trending nationwide.It remains to be seen whether their second outing will be as fraught.Optus admits teething problems affected the first weekend of coverage, but says the negative sentiment on social media didnt reflect the full breadth of feedback it received.One of the challenges was signing people up in time during the last-minute rush to watch games.Now that the season has started, theres not the same kind of rush that we saw just prior to round one. Customers are now registering their services without difficulty, a spokesperson told AAP.But the biggest issue is the quality of the streams provided to users, which will be proven over time.Optus says a cut-out in the transmission during the Bournemouth versus Manchester United match was a one-off that affected all Asia and couldnt have been helped.One of the biggest bugbears for fans, a 50-second live streaming delay, will continue as Optus says its required for digital transmission.The telco has round-the-clock technical and social media teams to help with any further problems. . Detroit and Boston are deadlocked, 1-1, and Tigers manager Jim Leyland could be forgiven if he was caught rationalizing instead of dissecting how his club could blow a 5-1 lead late in Game 2. ., for the next three years with the signings on Monday of Daryl Townsend and Michael Carter. .com) - The game was all punts and field goals before Kodi Whitfields catch. . "Jeff is a hard worker who was an important special-teams contributor for us last season," said Stamps GM John Hufnagel. . -- Jaye Marie Green shot a 4-under 68 on Thursday to increase her lead to five strokes after the second round of the LPGA Tours qualifying tournament. RIO DE JANEIRO -- With Olympic medals starting to roll in, Brazilians looking to toast their success might try a sakerinha. Yes, thats a real drink -- a fusion of Japanese sake and the national cocktail, the caipirinha, that is as thoroughly Brazilian as samba and sun.Though few visitors flooding into the country for the Summer Games might know: Brazil is home to the largest Japanese community outside of Japan, with some 2 million Brazilians tracing their ancestry back to the Asian nation.Many came early in the 20th century as poorly paid agricultural workers who labored on coffee plantations in southern Brazil. The population then was overwhelmingly black or brown, and the Japanese were recruited, along with European immigrants and others, as part of a government policy to whiten the country. Brazil was the last country in the Americas to ban slavery, in 1888.Japanese roots have long been found up and down the roster of Brazils Olympic teams, past and present.Charles Koshiro Chibana, a second-generation Japanese-Brazilian, is one of the countrys best judo athletes and has trained in Japan, where the sport was born. Ive made many friendships in Japan, he said, and I always feel at home there.Chibana, who lost in his first match Sunday to the eventual bronze medal winner, Japans Masashi Ebinuma, claims Portuguese as his first language but speaks Japanese at home with his parents. I always learn from Japan, he said.Mahau Camargo Suguimati, set to compete Monday, is a Brazilian-born hurdler who trained and studied for much of his life in Japan, mostly in Saitama prefecture not far from Tokyo. Paula Harumi Ishibashi, captain of Brazils womens rugby sevens team, was born in Sao Paulo but traces her roots to Japan.Six-time Olympic table tennis player Hugo Hoyama is a third-generation Japanese-Brazilian; hes coaching the Brazilian womens team in Rio. And Japanese-Brazilian Chiaki Ishii won Brazils first Olympic medal in judo at the 1972 games. He was born in Japan but immigrated to Brazil after he failed to make the team in his homeland.Many of those not competing also have a foot in both countries.Geraldo Omachi, a mining engineer, is working as a Japanese-Portuguese translator for the Rio organizing committee.dddddddddddd Omachi said his parents left Japan in the 1960s looking for more space and what he called a more open way to live. He calls his own life combined. He loves to eat rice -- but only Japanese rice -- with his Brazilian black beans.I suppose I am more Brazilian, but I have a lot of me that is very Japanese, said Omachi, whose speaks Portuguese at home with his children and wife, whom he described as Brazilian-Brazilian -- part native and the descendant of slaves.Three decades ago, amid a booming economy in Japan, many Japanese-Brazilians made the move there to work in car plants or high technology industries, taking advantage of passport and residency rights.Oizumi, a few hours northwest of Tokyo, boasts one of Japans largest Brazilian communities. Brazilian restaurants and supermarkets abound, while convenience stores stock foods like farofa (toasted cassava), black beans and the beloved Brazilian peanut confection Pacoquita. Malls there often have signs written in Japanese and Portuguese telling shoppers where to return their carts.Shizuka Luiza Ameku was born in Brazil, has a Japanese passport, and has split her life between the two countries. She often feels torn between cultures, as well.Sometimes I feel lost, she said. Sometimes Im told I look like a Japanese, but in some places they say Im not Japanese, Im a Brazilian.Ameku is working at the Olympics helping the Japanese television network NHK find rooms, make reservations and order food. Her mother and father emigrated from Japans southern island of Okinawa to Bolivia, and then to Brazil.Four languages reverberate in her parents home: Japanese, Okinawan, Portuguese and Spanish.Its a very crazy language we speak, a bit like our background, she said. We start with one, and end with another.---Stephen Wade on Twitter: . 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