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Mourinho casts United as underdogs against mighty Madrid

Jose Mourinho says that he "gave more" to Real Madrid than any other club in his management career. Mkhitaryan's solitary experience against Real came in 2014 when he started in both games as Borussia Dortmund lost a Champions League quarter-final 3-2 on aggregate. Read More »

Tata Steel shares close almost 3% higher on Q1 earnings


Consolidated revenue from operations during April-June quarter was at Rs 30,973 crore, registering an increase of 19 per cent. Tata Steel got off to a firm start and hit a 52-week high in early trades on Tuesday, with investors cheering the company's turnaround quarterly results. Read More »

Shire PLC (LON:SHP) Rating Reiterated by Deutsche Bank AG


The Company acts as an intermediary in the wholesale over-the-counter and exchange traded financial and commodity markets, facilitating the trading activities of its clients, in particular commercial and investment banks. Two analysts have rated the stock with a sell recommendation, six have given a hold recommendation and ten have issued a buy recommendation on the company. Read More »

India spinner Jadeja banned for 3rd test vs Sri Lanka


Jadeja's demerit points reached six within a 24-month period, following his latest breach of the ICC Code of Conduct for which he received a 50 per cent fine and three demerit points. The 39-year-old complained about a stiff back during his side's huge defeat by an innings and 53 runs in the second Test against India in Colombo . Read More »

Kenyan Geoffrey Kipkorir Kirui wins prestigious World marathon


Then, the Kenyan-born Chelimo and Edna Kiplagat produced a similar back-and-forth contest in the afternoon to give the diminutive runner her first major worldwide title. Kiplagat hit 40km a second ahead, but Chelimo kicked in the last 2km to win Bahrain's first medal in the event in 2hr 27min 11sec. However, when Gatlin came up to receive his gold medal from IAAF President Sebastian Coe, the derisive booing returned but there was also a smattering of applause - some of it from Bolt. Read More »

Chelsea's Conte ready for EPL challengers


That's the opinion of Gunners hero Ian Wright who believes Arsene Wenger missed a trick by not convincing the Chelsea man to stay in London and make the switch to the Emirates. The injuries mean that Conte, who already has a small squad at his disposal, has even fewer options to choose from, especially when it is taken into consideration that striker Diego Costa has been frozen out. Read More »

Petition Started to Remove Steubenville Rapist From Youngstown State Football Team


Richmond returned to school and the Steubenville football team, after serving one year in a juvenile detention center. Yes, he does, and he is receiving that second chance by furthering his education on YSU's campus. While others say he should get an education, but not play football for the school. As the voice of the students of Youngstown State University, I ask that Richmond be removed from the football team, and this privilege be revoked from someone who absolutely does not deserve it . Read More »

Stoke City sign Cameroon's Choupo-Moting


However, the 42-time capped Cameroonian global is available on a free transfer following the expiration of his deal with Schalke . I've had experiences where clubs have just jumped in at the last moment when you've done all the work and they're able to convince players. Read More »

'I want him to play somewhere' - Wenger suggests Arsenal exit for Wilshere

Wenger has insisted that Sanchez will remain at the Emirates Stadium this season, representing Arsenal as it looks to challenge for the Premier League title and climb back into the Champions League. I believe today is the first time that you have seen physically that he is ready. Arsenal nearly won it in that first season, after entering through the Champions League, only to lose the final to Galatasaray on penalties. Read More »

Arsene Wenger Decision Causes Concern For Gunners Fans


Aaron Ramsey and Mesut Ozil are facing a race against time to prove their fitness for Arsenal's opening game of the season against Leicester on Friday. "We might go through some very good periods and some less good periods". Despite not being his primary target, Morata , who began his career at Real Madrid, is a player that Chelsea manager Antonio should be able to rely on for goals. Read More »

Vikings Activate RB Murray from PUP List


It would not come as a shock if Minnesota actually ended up starting the more experienced Murray over Cook for at least the first few games of the upcoming season. Reiff, the veteran left tackle signed away from Detroit to shore up one of the team's biggest weaknesses, had missed most of training camp with a back injury. Read More »

McGregor has improved 'phenomenally' in camp, says coach


Whatever first price they gave me, I accepted that as far as payment was concerned, which I never got paid by the way cause I left. The farce which has many on social media talking was given yet another twist today as McGregor made a decision to give a detailed account on his version of events in an interview with Showtime's All Access. Read More »

Dukes Receiving Votes in STATS FCS Preseason Poll


All told, four of the Dukes' 11 opponents in 2017 appeared in the poll, highlighted by No. 4 South Dakota State, Duquesne's first opponent of the upcoming campaign. UNI (No. 18) came in just ahead of the Redbirds (No. 20) in the initial poll, and Western Illinois squeaked (No. 25) to round out the Valley Football representatives. Read More »

Pressure North Korea to denuclearize — Japan to ASEAN


Then he and his senior aides sat down with Myanmar's minister of state for foreign affairs, Kyaw Tin, for the first in a series of bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the forum. China's foreign minister told his North Korean counterpart in a meeting Sunday to stop carrying out intercontinental missile tests. Now to those growing tensions with North Korea . Read More »

Caster claims bronze in first major 1500m final

To come out with a medal, I think it was down to keeping my wits about me". "I knew it was close". I could tell Caster was a fraction ahead of me. Hitchon threw 72.32 metres but was over five metres behind victor, Poland's Anita Wlodarczyk. "I gave it everything, considering the disruption I've had this year", said Muir speaking to the BBC. Read More »

Spring Valley's Nester makes commitment to Ohio State


Ohio State's talent and depth on the defensive line is ridiculous. Speaking about his current gig with the Big Ten Network, Schiano praised his current defensive line while throwing a bit of shade at his old National Football League team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Read More »

Six Take Best Shot At Gun Runner In Whitney


For good reason, too, because of Gun Runner's performance, which sets him up for the Grade I Woodward at Saratoga on closing weekend, after which the 4-year-old will train up to the Breeders' Cup Classic and a possible rematch with Arrogate . Read More »

Natal Day parade crowd greets Sid with birthday wishes


Crosby also didn't take his supporters for granted during his quality time with the Cup over the weekend. "She loves hockey, but she's too young to understand who (Crosby) is", Hall said in an interview. "It's still something that pushes me every day, to be able to win that, to be able to have these type of experiences", he said. "They were happy to see it happen to her after everything that's been going on". Read More »

Solheim Cup 2017: Europe and United States confirm teams


But in the end I went with my gut, and who I thought deserved a chance to play. "That's all I can say". With the match against the United States of America taking place at Des Moines GC in Iowa from August 18, the 21-year-old will be looking to maintain her brilliant record in the event of six wins in eight games. Read More »

Chelsea target prepared to push through summer move


If the transfer goes through, he will take over from Nemanja Matic who left the club to join Manchester United. Despite the defeat to Arsenal, Kante claimed Chelsea were as good as the Gunners on Sunday. "I think he's capable of making that step up". 'It's going to be tough because a lot of teams have strengthened [this summer], which makes it more hard, ' Kante, who won the PFA Player of the Year award last term, told Chelsea's official website. Read More »

Barcelona beat Brazil's Chapecoense 5-0 in emotional friendly


Truly an emotional game for the Brazilian club reeling from tragedy. Former goalkeeper Follmann, who had to have his leg amputated after the crash and wears a prosthetic leg to walk, took the honorary kick-off with defender Neto, who could not hold back the tears when he came out of the tunnel. Read More »