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Liverpool Boost As Injury Doubt Returns To Training But Duo Still Missing


Nevertheless, Klopp would rather be trying to plug defensive gaps than struggling to encourage the attacking verve that Liverpool displays in abundance at its best. In different moments we conceded goals from the first ball - cross, header; cross, volley. "You see this very often, we come too close together in this situation and it means, for the second ball, we don't have a good formation". Read More »

Manchester City's Ilkay Gundogan escapes without damage to knee after strong tackle


That came from Raheem Sterling's cross after he was picked out with a booming cross-field pass from Eliaquim Mangala, one of eight changes to the City side. And it could be even sooner than expected that we see the German worldwide back on the pitch. Sane, though, had other ideas and swept home the victor on 77 minutes to set up a fourth round contest with Championship side Wolves. Read More »

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer lead Europe in inaugural Laver Cup


Ironically, the Laver Cup presentation took place on Wednesday in Prague's old town on the same day that tennis's flagship team event, the Davis Cup was holding its draw for the 2018 season. Roger Federer , whose management company helped put the event together, was not in the lineup Friday for the European team, but is slated to play on Saturday. Read More »

Never dreamt of taking hat-trick: Kuldeep

Australia captain Steve Smith and Travis Head propped up their team's chase with a 76-run stand for the third wicket after India seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar had dismissed openers Hilton Cartwright and David Warner cheaply. For all the United States of America people who all like to watch the ODI cricket live, then switch into Willow TV. Kuldeep, who also thanked skipper Virat Kohli for supporting him, had earlier taken a hat-trick for India in the under-19 World Cup in 2014 ... Read More »

France Considering Skipping 2018 Winter Olympics Due to Security Concerns


It was not the first time Moon extended an invitation to the communist state to take part in the upcoming event, but the latest invitation follows the North's sixth and apparently most powerful nuclear test staged September 3. "Together with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), we will try patiently until the very last minute". "The Government of Canada does not now have travel advisories in place for South Korea and recommends that Canadians exercise normal security precautions, ... Read More »

Tata Sons' shareholders vote to become a private company


However, the appellate tribunal upheld the NCLT's views on maintainability of Mistry's appeal, which cited governance lapses and a compromise of minority shareholder interests by Tata Sons. Reinstatement of Tata Sons as a private limited company is part of the restructuring strategy having its origins in 2016 board battle between Ratan Tata and Cyrus Mistry. Read More »

O'Brien takes aim at Lions coaches


But personally my opinion is that if Eddie Jones went as coach they would have won 3-0. When quizzed on the reasons why his team did not succeed overall, the Leinster star was extremely frank in his assessment, levelling the blame firmly at Warren Gatland and his coaching staff for their methods in the build-up to the first and third matches. Read More »

Jurgen Klopp: 'Criticism over the top'


The final score disappointed Reds supporters around the globe, who quickly took to social media to complain about their side's performance. Manager Juergen Klopp has drawn plenty of flak following a three-game winless run which has seen them slip to eighth in the standings. Read More »

Champion Andre Ward announces retirement from boxing


Ward retires with a flawless 32-0 record with 16 KO. "If I can not give my family, my team, and the fans everything that I have, then I should no longer be fighting", Ward added. "And I just never wanted to feel like that again". I don't know if it's a fear of failure, but I've always had it. Not many fighters are intelligent to get out before it's too late and we can only wish Ward the best of luck in whatever he decides to do next in life and thank him for the wars he's given us. Read More »

Rain wrecks Trent Bridge ODI


Only 2.2 overs were possible after West Indies won the toss and elected to field first. BIRTHDAY BOY GAYLE SET FOR HAMSTRING SCAN: West Indies star batsman Chris Gayle was set to spend part of his 38th birthday in a Nottingham hospital after a hamstring injury ruled him out of the second one-day global against England at Trent Bridge on Thursday. Read More »

LSU will be without star RB Derrius Guice on Saturday


Guice wrenched his left knee getting gang-tackled by multiple Mississippi State players in the third quarter of last week's 37-7 loss. Since the start of the season, the Tigers are 2-0 when Guice rushes for at least 100 yards and 0-1 when he doesn't. Read More »

Nebraska fires athletic director after 5 years


In firing Eichorst, both Bounds Green offered praise for how Eichorst performed off the field, including the high graduation rate within the department. " Mike Riley is our football coach, we expect him to compete", Green said. "We expect him to compete". The full release from the university can be found here, which includes comments from Green and Eichorst. Read More »

Former Diamondbacks outfielder Raul Mondesi sentenced to 8 years in prison


During Mondesi's six seasons with the Los Angeles Dodgers, the outfielder won the 1994 NL Rookie of the Year, was named an NL All-Star (1995), and won two Gold Glove awards. After that he bounced around the league, spending three years with the Blue Jays, two with the Yankees, and one each with the Diamondbacks, Pirates, Angels, and Braves. Read More »

Lots on the line for Cowboys, Cardinals


The second-year running back owned up to the critique in his first comments since the loss. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett wasn't pleased with Elliott's hustle or competitiveness when the tailback showed zero-to-little interest in turning into a defensive player following two Dak Prescott interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown and one during which Elliott turned away from the play with his hand on his hips. Read More »

Prediction: West Ham vs Tottenham Hotspur


THE HAMMERS have a couple of injury concerns, with James Collins out with an ankle problem. West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has hailed Tottenham as the most attractive team in the Premier League ahead of their clash on Saturday at the London Stadium. Read More »

We break Down Tom Brady's Outrageous $16000 Diet

Watt is healthy again after undergoing season-ending back surgery as year ago, the defensive end noting yesterday that he finally felt like himself in the Houston Texans' victory last Thursday night against the Cincinnati Bengals . The donations won't save them from Watt's maximum effort on Sunday. "I just wanted to contribute in some way". New England coach Bill Belichick raved about Watt and knows his team will have its hands full dealing with him on Sunday. Read More »

Los Angeles Rams: Fantasy targets for Week 3


Rams tight end Gerald Everett suffered a thigh injury and cornerback Kayvon Webster (shoulder) did not play against Washington. The Rams' offense is the same one McVay was running in Washington - a derivation of Shanahan's system that LaFleur knows well because of his experience with both. Read More »

Steelers vs. Bears Spread: NFL Week 3 Odds, Prediction


Who led the Bucs to victory that game? Their O/U is 0-4 in their last 4 games on the grass and September games, 9-3 in their last 12 Week 3 games, and 1-4 in their last 5 games overall. But Glennon didn't do himself any favours, either. That is a lot of points to give, but as the Bears showed in Week 2, they are not a very good football team. Read More »

There can be no justification for terrorism: Swaraj to SCO

In an obvious reference to Pakistan , India on Thursday condemned support systems for terrorists in South Asia while expressing concern over North Korea's nuclear and weapons and ballistic missile programmes. Turning to climate change, she suggested an alliance between International Solar Alliance and the BRICS Development Bank. She is also scheduled to participate in several multilateral meetings including that of the G-4 (Brazil, Germany, India, and Japan) and the Shanghai Cooperation ... Read More »

Boxer LaMotta, immortalized in 'Raging Bull,' dies at 95


His successes and failures, both personal and professional, were documented in the 1980 classic directed by Scorsese and starring De Niro, who won an Oscar for his portrayal of LaMotta having worked extensively with him to prepare for the role. Read More »

England women's team coach fired over misconduct in past job


Having previously been cleared of any wrongdoing, Mark Sampson has been sacked as England women's head coach following evidence of unidentified "inappropriate and unacceptable" behaviour with female players in a previous job. Sampson, whose side beat Russian Federation 6-0 in a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday, has been accused of discrimination by Chelsea striker Eniola Aluko. Read More »

Man City swap deal back on for January


Arsenal tried to get Raheem as part of a deal for Alexis at the end of the summer transfer window, but Pep Guardiola refused to sanction the sale of 22-year-old Sterling, who is a key part of his plans. Sanchez and City were left reeling at the failure to get a deal done, but they left it knowing that their interest would be resurrected in January. Read More »