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Coleman undergoes surgery following horrific leg break

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During the course of lengthy on-field treatment, Coleman was given oxygen and it was at this point that Ledley was shown on television coverage. O'Neill confirmed Seamus Coleman had been taken straight to hospital with a broken leg. "He let the game go and tried to keep it fair for both sides". "I'm not complaining about that". " But Seamus is so mentally strong that when he has fully recovered he will be as brilliant as before ", former Leicester and Celtic manager O'Neill insisted. Read More »

U.S. anti-doping chief: WADA is 'fox guarding the hen house'

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McLaren says "what is happening now is trying to turn the mandate into something it never was". Earlier on, WADA president Sir Craig Reedie said "the ball is firmly in Russia's court" in terms of its return to compliance with anti-doping rules, while the agency's director general Olivier Niggli gave a thorough update on the current situation. Read More »

Grid penalty for Stroll

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Both drivers joined the majority of the grid on the new-for-2017 ultrasoft tyres in all qualifying sessions. Since the FIA was not notified officially of Stroll's gearbox change, the provisional grid issued by the governing body on Saturday night had the Canadian starting in 19th - rather than at the back as the result of a five-place grid penalty. Read More »

Utah Jazz: Pacers hand Jazz their third straight loss, 107-100

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The Pacers fell to 35-34. It was the first meeting between the teams since Game 7 of last year's first-round playoff series, which was won by Toronto. "We've got to come out and establish our physical play so that late in games or throughout a whole game we're able to get away with stuff that other teams are able to get away with". Read More »

Gareth Southgate indicates Eric Dier could cover for Phil Jones injury

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In all internationals now there's no really easy games. "It's a painful reminder and a good lesson for the future", he said. Their team will setup to try and stop us, especially at Wembley. Southgate will also be without the suspended Gary Cahill and injured Phil Jones, giving him a headache in central defence, a position Dier is capable of stepping into if required. Read More »

David de Gea eyes Manchester United exit

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Don Balon says he has told Real Madrid they can have De Gea - provided they give up their pursuit of Kylian Mbappe. The 26-year-old was embroiled in an infamous transfer saga with Real before he signed his latest contract. The post Mourinho Tells Real Madrid: You Can Have De Gea Only If You Stop The Pursuit Of Kylian Mbappe appeared first on SIGNAL. On top of that he gets to live with his long term girlfriend, start a family and dream about pushing little De Geas around Plaza de Santa ... Read More »

Wawrinka and Federer dominate at Miami Open

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World number three Wawrinka - runner-up to Federer at last weekend's tournament in Indian Wells - produced a masterful display against the Argentine to triumph 6-3, 6-4. Raining, really windy today. "I'm happy the way I was moving, the way I was playing, and my attitude in general was really positive", added Wawrinka, who next faces Tunisia's Malek Jaziri, a 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 victor over Spain's Feliciano Lopez. Read More »

Katie Taylor impresses with unanimous decision in Manchester

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The Irishwoman walked to the ring with James Brown's "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" mixed into her now standard entrance music of AC/DC's "Thunderstruck". While the Bulgarian got to her feet and resumed the bout, Taylor had it all but won. She then claimed a points win over Viviane Obenauf before putting away Monica Gentili in the fifth round. Read More »

Ronaldo Nets Brace To Fire Portugal Past Hungary

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Switzerland leads the group, holding a three-point advantage over Portugal going into Saturday's game against next-to-last Latvia. Sandor Kocsis scored 75 goals in 68 appearances for Hungary including 11 goals at the 1954 World Cup. That honor belongs to Iran striker Ali Daei, who finished his career with 109 global goals. Only the winners of the nine European groups go straight to Russian Federation next year while the eight best runners-up go into a playoff round for four more places. Read More »

Florida's Chris Chiozza beats Wisconsin at the buzzer

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The Bears missed 11 of their first 13 shots from the field and it didn't get a whole lot better the entire game. Hidden figure: Alex Tyus was a beast that night, scoring 19 points and grabbing 17 rebounds, 15 of them on the defensive end. Read More »

Gamecock Women win, going to the Elite 8

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The Gamecocks, defeated Quinnipiac, 100-58, in the Stockton (CA) Regional. The Bobcats offense got off to a slow start, trailing at the end of the first quarter, 22-7. Staley pulled her starters with more than six minutes remaining in the game, while they danced together on the bench and went ballistic every time once of USC's second-string players scored. Read More »

Boxer dies after collapsing in the ring during fight

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Police arrived at the scene at about 10.17am following reports a youth had collapsed in the ring. He died shortly after at Kingsmill Hospital in Sutton-in-Ashfield. The 45-year-old said both fighters had undergone a pre-fight medical and had been wearing all the correct safety gear, including head-guards. Another wrote: "Thank you for being my trainer, thank you for being my cornerman, thank you for being my friend". Read More »

Slaven Bilic finds novel solution to West Ham's right-back problems

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The Hammers face a rejuvenated Leicester side, with the Foxes recently qualifying for the Champions League quarter-finals and winning their last two Premier League games since the sacking of former manager Claudio Ranieri. The Board continues to look for new strikers, and have obviously not been put off by the last man we brought in from Juventus. "The only reason for him to leave us and go on loan was to get more games than he was getting here". Read More »

Seamus Coleman to undergo surgery today

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The Ref got that wrong. He has had a serious injury himself in the past and is a great boy. He's a great boy, he's a cracking lad. " Neil Taylor is devastated". Taylor was shown a red card and sent off the field following the tackle which occurred in the 69th minute. "I'm not complaining about that". "Your boys weren't coming off with halos on their heads", Coleman said. Read More »

Brock Boeser scores in his National Hockey League debut

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Paul that same morning. Boeser signed just after the game, then went back to Grand Forks, before flying to Minneapolis to meet his new team for a game tonight against the Minnesota Wild. "He's got a quick release and he's strong on the puck". It was a debut to remember for Brock Boeser as a Vancouver Canuck in front of friends and family in Minnesota. Read More »

Lukas Podolski: Wayne Rooney deserves England send-off like mine

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Withe 20 minutes remaining, the former Arsenal striker - playing the final game of his global career - smashed the ball into the top corner of Joe Hart's goal. "You couldn't write a better script", Muller is quoted as saying by the German Football Association (DFB). "This is like a great movie", he said of the game. Read More »

Michigan's Cinderella run ends in Sweet 16 with loss to Oregon

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The final play is below. OR is attempting to reach its first Final Four since the initial NCAA tournament in 1939, won by the Ducks. The game's final seconds wore on the players wearing Oregon's bright neon yellow uniforms. "Fortunately, the ball didn't go in". Tyler Dorsey scored the game-winning three-pointer for OR in the second round, and he's playing like one of the best scorers in the nation. Read More »

Highlights from Liverpool legends vs Real Madrid legends

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The former Reds captain set up goals for Michael Owen (24) and John Aldridge (49), as well as winning a penalty that Robbie Fowler converted (66), before striking the victor in front of the Kop to settle the sold-out charity fixture. Gerrard set up the first three Liverpool goals, while there were light-hearted boos for Fowler after he scored the penalty that put Liverpool 3-0 up, with the Anfield crowd wanting to see Gerrard score. Read More »

N'Golo Kante Is Droppable, Paul Pogba Isn't - Former France Star

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Former France and Chelsea defender Frank Leboeuf has claimed that N'Golo Kante is "a warrior", but lacks the personality to become a leader for club and country. He is timid and lacks the necessary scope. Kante earned plenty of new admirers last season as he helped Leicester City win the Premier League title under Claudio Ranieri. Read More »

US clobbers Puerto Rico to win first World Baseball Classic title

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However, one of its biggest tests will be the talented Puerto Rican fielders, whose sure-handed fielding have put on many dazzling displays. Hall of Fame pitcher Bert Blyleven, who happened to be pitching coach for the Netherlands, didn't like what he saw during his team's loss to Puerto Rico. Read More »