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Man United's Rashford says has earned Mourinho praise

Blind will not play against Southampton but Fellaini will, because he has not played the last three matches. "But we are there and we go to the final". Yet, if you look at the games against Swansea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur for example you'll have seen matches which completely passed Carrick by. Read More »

Derek Carr: Report: Carr frustrated with extension talks


In April, Carr told reporters he won't be thinking about his contract once training camp begins. The Raiders don't have a fifth-year option to pick up on Carr, and if an extension doesn't get done, Carr would be a free agent and the Raiders would likely use the franchise tag on him. Read More »

Drunken driving suspect had lizard in bra


Taunton Police published a vivid account of an arrest for alleged drunken driving on the department's Facebook page Tuesday, describing the freakish series of events that led to 39-year-old Amy Rebello-McCarthy facing charges of operating under the influence, driving to endanger and a marked lanes violation. Read More »

Maria Sharapova not given wild-card entry for French Open


Following the news she would not appearing at the tournament, Simon said in a statement that he did not agree with the FFT's decision. According to organizers, a wild card can be handed to athletes who recover after injury, but not to those punished for doping abuse. Read More »

Zidane unsure on Bale´s Madrid return

Madrid sports daily reported on Saturday that Zidane is set to be handed a contract extension to 2020 as a reward for his spectacular success since taking charge in January past year. Fourth-placed Sevilla are nearly guaranteed to qualify for next season's Champions League through their league position, although they need one more point to make mathematically certain. Read More »

Arsene Wenger urges Arsenal fans not to boycott Sunderland game

The 31-year-old missed the Gunners' recent win at Southampton, but returned to the starting XI as they beat Stoke City 4-1 on Saturday. "After that you deal with what happens", Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger said, referring to the fact that his side have more points than they managed as runners-up in 2015-16. Read More »

Goins' hit caps comeback as Blue Jays beat Indians 8-7

After delighting the Mother's Day crowd of 42,030 with a blast to left off Edwin Diaz (1-2), his fifth, Pillar wriggled away from a group of celebrating teammates at home plate and scampered into Toronto's dugout. Prior to that abbreviated outing, Sanchez pitched 5 1/3 innings against Baltimore on April 14. Sanchez wasn't thrilled to be asked about the bleeding. Read More »

Spurs Need to be Lucky and Good for Game 2

Only one thing is for certain: when these two teams face off again Tuesday in Game 2 of these Western Conference finals, there will be plenty of attention paid to wherever everyone's feet are located, for all 48 minutes. Yet for much of the afternoon, the Spurs outplayed the mighty Warriors on both ends of the floor. San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich gave a typically forthright assessment of his team's obliteration. Read More »

Rising Pune Supergiant make their first IPL final

Chasing 231 set by Kings XI Punjab, Mumbai Indians got off to a flying start but lost their way after the powerplay overs and then saw their top-four batsman return to the pavilion with the score at 121 in the 13th over. "We didn't let them hit a lot, bowled back of a length and tried to take the pace off the ball and that's worked for us right throughout the tournament and tonight", Smith said. Read More »

Batshuayi victor secures Premier League title for Chelsea

Chelsea beat West Brom 1-0 at the Hawthorns thanks to a late strike from Batshuayi, his first league goal since 20th August, to claim the Premier League title for the Blues. None of their star players were performing, they have to sack Jose in the middle of the season and the list went very long. Arsenal adopted this formation later in the year in April when they played Middlesbrough and won 2-1. Read More »

Classic cars return in F1 2017 this August, new trailer released


That makes three of the 12 total classic cars appearing in the final game - there'll be more revealed as the game edges nearer to its August 25 release date. F1 2017 will include twelve of them, spanning the '80s, '90s and '00s, including the iconic 1988 McLaren MP4/4 which played host to a legendary season-long battle between Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna. Read More »

Chelsea relegate Middlesbrough to move closer to PL title


Chelsea have 84 points from 35 games followed by Tottenham Hotspur on 77 points also with three games remaining. The main man of the match was Cesc Fabregas, who masterfully organized Chelsea's offense, proving that he still didn't forget to play football no matter many critics coming from different sides. Read More »

Hit and run SUV driver smashes into teen in Florida


The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating a hit-and-run that happened Monday on Moog Road in Holiday. "I thanked the Lord when I got up", he told FOX 13. It's a sentiment the Walsh family can agree with, saying it is a miracle Johnny walked away with minor cuts and bruises. The SUV continued along the shoulder and collided with Johnny, troopers said. Read More »

Tottenham ready to give up on EPL title

But you have to win". "It's disappointing really because we were on a fantastic run and we didn't think it was going to stop". Tottenham's midfielder Eric Dier admitted his team's title aspirations are now highly unrealistic. Dier and Victor Wanyama began in central midfield in front of a back four, with Dembélé not arriving until the second half, just as he had done in the victory over Arsenal last weekend. Read More »

Vikings sign Michael Floyd to 1-year deal


Arizona would cut Floyd after five years with the team that drafted him in the first round out of Notre Dame in the 2012 NFL Draft. He was sentenced to 24 days in jail and 96 days of house arrest in Arizona after a guilty plea to resolve a 2016 extreme drunk driving arrest. Read More »

Paul Pogba to miss Southampton clash to attend father's funeral

But the guys who played 90 minutes [in Sunday's 2-1 loss at Tottenham Hotspur] I can not give one day off if I want them to play against Southampton. United head to St Mary's to fulfill their penultimate fixture in the Premier League at a time , when all thoughts are directed towards next Wednesday's Europa League final. Read More »

Wenger urges Arsenal fans to ignore boycott call

Protests against Wenger have become commonplace as his contract runs down, and Koscielny concedes that uncertainty off the field has provided an unwelcome distraction for those trying to generate positive results on it. He added: "We perform every weekend to be in the top four and to fight for the title over the season". "We do our job properly, we are focused until the end, and as long as we are in the competition we prepare the team well, and that's why we always finish strong, because we ... Read More »

Germany to use "prospect squad" in Confederations Cup


Germany start their campaign against Australia on June 19, with Chile and Cameroon also in Group B. Defenders Mustafi and Matthias Ginter were part of Germany's World Cup winning squad in 2014. "Sandro Wagner has his own way and means of playing", Loew said of the forward whose 11 goals helped Hoffenheim reach at least the Champions League playoffs this season. Read More »

Si Woo Kim to leave golf for military service

Only last month, he thought he has lost his PGA Tour card only for a miscalculation in his earnings due to a medical dispensation. The 21-year-old Kim produced a flawless performance on Sunday as he left the more seasoned Poulter and Oosthuizen tied in his wake, three shots behind. Read More »