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De Bruyne set for long layoff after training injury

The former Chelsea man was photographed wearing a knee brace and using crutches while at the premiere of City's Amazon documentary series. "Obviously it's a big loss but we've got more than enough cover". Betfair Exchange have revealed that City's title rivals Liverpool , who were previously trading at 5.0 to win the Premier League for the first time, have now edged closer towards 4.3. Read More »

Paris Jackson returned on stage a day after surgery


Paris Jackson has revealed that she recently underwent surgery. Her doctors got to work immediately, and she didn't have to worry. An abscess is a pus-filled pocket that can occur anywhere in the body. Paris said that it was easily "the most pain" she has ever endured in the entirety of her life. Paris also described how she's on a lot of medication to help with the pain post-surgery. Read More »

Roquan Smith reportedly ends hold-out, joins Bears


Roquan Smith is no longer the Rogue One. To this point, the Bears had been at odds with Smith about finalizing a deal, mainly due to the NFL's new helmet rule, which essentially means that players can be ejected and suspended for using the head while making tackles. Read More »

Zinedine Zidane ‘wants to be Man Utd manager’


Now unemployed, Zidane appears to be taking out of the game before lining up a return in 2019, and L'Equipe now report that he is particularly looking to become the next Manchester United manager next summer. Mourinho, however, has been at odds with United's hierarchy this summer over their refusal to sign an experienced central defender before the transfer window got shut last Thursday. Read More »

Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne suffers knee injury in training

The 27-year-old will undergo further tests to examine the extent of the damage but the news comes as a bitter pill for Pep Guardiola . De Bruyne suffered lateral knee ligament damage in 2016 after catching studs in the Etihad pitch against Everton and missed nearly 10 weeks of action. Read More »

Maryland takes responsibility for mistakes in player death


Since McNair's death, the university has given more training to athletic training staff and increased the number of breaks and cooling stations during practice, officials said. Evans said the staff never took McNair's temperature and did not give him cold water immersion after he collapsed during an official team workout in May. Read More »

David Silva retires from global football with Spain


The Manchester City star revealed in July he was contemplating making the decision as a result of World Cup disappointment and going through a hard time with the premature birth of his son. "I leave feeling happy with everything I have achieved". Silva is the third Spain star to hang up his boots following the nation's World Cup last-16 exit at the hands of hosts Russian Federation. Read More »

EPL: One thing I’ll never forget in my career - Chelsea’s Kante


Willian also touched on the effect Sarri has had since his arrival and on the aftermath of Chelsea's 3-0 victory away against Huddersfield Town on the opening day of the season. Chelsea host Arsenal in their next Premier League game on Saturday (5.30pm). According to the Daily Telegraph , Sarri has now loosened Conte's restriction on the players' nutrition and has given his squad more options to eat at the club's training ground. Read More »

From England: Manchester United eye Monchi


Now, according to French newspaper L'Equipe , Zidane has set his sights on a Premier League post and is especially keen on United. Former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is interested in taking a Premier League job, Daily Mail reported. Read More »

Marcelo Had A Very Cheeky Reaction Whe Ramos Mocked Jurgen Klopp

Salah landed heavily on his shoulder midway through the first half against Real, leading to the PFA Player of the Year being substituted. "Some of us have been operating at a very high level for many years, [and] I'm not sure he can say the same", Ramos said on Tuesday, according to BBC Sport . Read More »

Real face up to life without Ronaldo


The Portugal global raised a few eyebrows in the Spanish capital when he referred to Juventus as being a family after scoring his first goal in his first appearance for the Bianconeri, albeit against the club's youth team. "I don't think he will come, because Real Madrid still want to count on him". Ramos continues by stating that losing Ronaldo's services "was hard" before insisting no player is above the club. Read More »

MLS Focus: The legend of El Senor Wayne 08/13/2018


They're the best games of football to win". Wayne Rooney pulled off an incredible counter-attacking play in D.C. United's crucial MLS victory over Colorado. It's very clear from the footage that there's basically no juice left in his legs after playing 96 minutes, but Rooney sent a high, swerving ball into the box for Luciano Acosta to head into the corner - completing his hat-trick. Read More »

Spurs regained the lead after Dele Alli header


The game was a closely contested despite Spurs having the majority of possession, with Newcaslte threatening on the counter attack and had a few chances to get themselves a point. You know me. It's not because they were at the World Cup that they are going to play in the team. That is the most important thing: if we want to win something, if we want to challenge for big things, we all need to put our minds and energy into the collective and understand that the collective is the most ... Read More »

Fernando Alonso to retire from Formula One at end of season


It has been said that Fernando Alonso who has bagged 2 World titles and also a Le Man victor only needs to clinch victory at Indy 500 so as to complete Motorsports unofficial " Triple Crown ". Alonso, a double Monaco Grand Prix victor, won the Le Mans 24 Hours on his debut with Toyota in June this year and is ninth in the Formula One drivers' championship standings. Read More »

Brooks Koepka hopes third major victory will earn him greater recognition


His form will surely come under scrutiny before Furyk announces three of his picks on 4 September. If I need a pick hopefully I get a pick. You could argue it's a case of platitudes not being worth much unless you really act on them. "He's the guy who can just will himself to play good golf", Furyk told BBC Sport. Although Woods failed to automatically qualify for the team, USA Today's Zak Keefer believes his strong finish at the PGA "was likely all the convincing Furyk needed". Read More »

James Harden named in police report over nightclub fight


According to TMZ Sports , a woman filed a police report claiming she was filming a fight between a member of Harden's entourage and a third party outside The Mint nightclub around 2:30 a.m. She started taking video of what was happening. The woman was recording the scuffle when Harden walked up, grabbed her wrist and phone before throwing her phone onto a roof. Read More »

Ligue 1 Report: Paris Saint-Germain v Cean 12 August 2018


Brazil captain Thiago Silva, compatriot Marquinhos and France's World Cup 2018 victor Presnel Kimpembe offer competition for a spot in head coach Thomas Tuchel's XI. Substitute Timothy Weah added a third from close range with a minute to go to wrap up a decent night's work for the title holders. The Brazilian star, who scored 19 times in 20 league games before fracturing his foot last season, struck just 10 minutes into his first start for the club in nearly six months. Read More »

Bud Light 'victory fridges' installed in Cleveland


When that moment comes - you can say "if that moment comes" if you're superstitious - a wireless signal will be sent to all the fridges, unlocking them and unleashing their beery goodness upon happy, thirsty Browns fans. Bud Light isn't revealing the specific locations of the fridges yet, since OH law prohibits this kind of pre-promotion. The fridges will be opened by smart technology as soon as the game is over. Read More »

Will Liverpool walk alone to the Premier League title?


Mo Salah scored the opening after a great run from debutant Naby Keita, while Sadio Mane scored either side of half time to settle any opening-day nerves. "If someone had said it would be another 30 years or so before Liverpool won it again, you wouldn't have believed them". Fans of the Hammers, and indeed of other clubs watching the opening round with intrigue, should be wary of overreacting to this result, as the scoreline is more of a reflection of how good Liverpool were rather than a ... Read More »

On the brink: Woods electrifies in 2nd-place finish at PGA


Louis . Brooks Koepka has been dominant on Bellerive Golf Course in the PGA Championship, and he now sits atop the leaderboard, heading into the final stretch. On Monday's "Off the Bench", Danny Kanell breaks down Woods' near win. However, Koepka was immune to the pressure and calmly went about his business. Read More »

Blues to pay off Tiemoue Bakayoko to get rid of him


The France worldwide joins Milan on a 12-month loan with the option to sign permanently for a mooted fee of €40m. The midfielder has accepted a major cut on his €6-7m salary to help smooth negotiations. "The 23-year-old now makes the temporary switch to the Serie A side who are managed by Gennaro Gattuso and are competing in the Europa League this season". Read More »

US Open: Brooks Koepka beats Tommy Fleetwood at Shinnecock Hills


Koepka has established himself as one of the top players in the world and Cowen said he can go from strength to strength. Now he has so much more maturity, as he proved at Shinnecock Hills showing he could ignore outside distractions, be it the weather, one bad shot or hole, or the crowd. Read More »

Ben Stokes cleared of affray after brawl outside Bristol club


Fellow pace-bowling all-rounder Chris Woakes , who took Stokes's place, starred with both bat and ball in a man-of-the-match display at Lord's. As the verdicts were delivered at Bristol Crown Court on Tuesday (Tuesday night NZ Time), Stokes closed his eyes and then looked up. Read More »

Sevilla threaten Super Cup action over non-EU players


Club captain Lionel Messi and forward Luis Suarez already have European Union citizenship, while Brazilian Philippe Coutinho is thought to have obtained a Portuguese passport through his wife, Aine. Barca have taken four non-EU players to Morocco, including defender Marlon. Another day another record for Lionel MESSI . Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde was full of praise for the youngster after his wonder-goal against Sevilla . Read More »

Carmelo Anthony heading to Rockets for role he despises


The Hawks finalized his buyout with the team two weeks ago, clearing the way for him to sign a deal with the Rockets once he had cleared waivers. He spent just a few days on Atlanta's roster before a $2.4 million contract buyout was orchestrated for the team to waive him. Read More »

Jack Nicklaus hails Brooks Koepka's great 2018


The eight qualifying members of Furyk's team have been confirmed. World No 1 Dustin Johnson , Jordan Spieth , Bubba Watson , Rickie Fowler , Justin Thomas , Patrick Reed and Webb Simpson complete Furyk's top-eight. I think that's always great to have the support of fans and as many people as you can behind you, and I try to do that. "We want the players who are going to help us be successful". Read More »

Tsitsipas to play Rogers Cup final on birthday


After his loss in the final, I asked Tsitsipas if he watched Denis Shapovalov's run to the semi-final previous year and if it inspired him. Nadal's win Sunday was notable. Nadal overcame six aces from the big-serving Russian Khachanov to punch his ticket to his fifth final of the year. Nadal said afterwards. "I got a little bit tight and nervous". Read More »

US confirms eight for Ryder Cup, door still open for Tiger


He started the US Open in similarly slow fashion before moving serenely through the field in round two and this was nearly a carbon copy of his imperious performance at Shinnecock last month. "I realize he's playing really well and I'm really excited about Tiger Woods ". And it didn't cost anything! With the US PGA Championship moving from August to May, and with the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational now defunct, we're losing some of the best trends in golf. Read More »

Jim Furyk won't commit to Tiger Woods as Ryder Cup at-large pick

The 14-time major victor fired his lowest final round in a major, a six-under par-64, on Sunday to finish second at the PGA Championship - and a career once seen as over might just have some magic left in it after all. Along with moving to No. 11 in the Ryder Cup standings, Woods now is at No. 20 in the FedEx Cup. Furyk has other decisions to make. Koepka set the PGA Championship record with a four-day score of 16-under 264. Read More »