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Soccer – Sarri slams Blues attitude

Head coach Maurizio Sarri admitted to being hugely concerned by the performance of his side in their 2-1 defeat to Wolves at Molineux.

The Italian was particularly worried by the lack of reaction shown when the hosts drew level on the hour mark, with…


Soccer – Pellegrini thinks Hammers are on the right track

West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini believes his team are improving with each game they play.

The Hammers followed up Saturday’s impressive 3-0 victory at Newcastle United by defeating Cardiff City 3-1.
West Ham scored three times at the start…


Soccer – Hasenhuttl handed task of lifting Saints

Southampton are hopeful that new manager Ralph Hasenhuttl will bring the good times back to St Mary’s.

The 51-year-old Austrian, who replaces Mark Hughes, has penned a two-and-a-half-year deal with Saints, who are 3/1 with bet365 to be relegated this…


Soccer – Murray’s injury mars Seagulls’ success

Brighton striker Glenn Murray could miss Saturday’s Premier League match at Burnley after picking up a shoulder injury during the 3-1 victory against Crystal Palace.

The veteran Seagulls star had to be substituted in the first half of the Amex Stadiu…


Soccer – Content Azpilicueta inks new Chelsea deal

Cesar Azpilicueta has penned a new contract that will ensure he remains at Chelsea for a decade.

The 29-year-old Spain international, who moved to Stamford Bridge from Marseille in the summer of 2012, is now under contract with the Blues until the en…


Soccer – Dyche: January won’t be a walk in the park

Burnley boss Sean Dyche does not think it will be easy for him to strengthen his struggling squad in the January transfer window.

The Clarets finished seventh in the Premier League last term but are currently 19th having lost nine of their first 14 t…


Soccer – Mourinho keen to go on good run

Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United can still finish in the top four this season but only if they embark on a good run of results.

United are eight points behind fourth-placed Arsenal, who visit Old Trafford on Wednesday, after being forced to c…


Soccer – Guardiola reveals Aguero woe

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has revealed his side might have to do without striker Sergio Aguero for their upcoming games against Watford and Chelsea.

The Argentine international was rested for Saturday’s 3-1 home win over Bournemouth due to a…


Rugby Union – Rennie happy with Glasgow character

Glasgow Warriors head coach Dave Rennie feels his side showed great character to secure their 29-20 victory over the Scarlets, having played much of the match with 14 men.

The hosts saw prop Alex Allen sent off for a high tackle after 19 minutes but …


Soccer – Keane issues Pickford defence

Everton defender Michael Keane has defended his goalkeeper Jordan Pickford after his error handed Liverpool a late winner in Sunday’s Merseyside derby.

The hard-fought contest appeared to be heading towards a goalless draw when Virgil van Dijk’s slic…


Soccer – Unfortunate Sanchez set for long lay-off

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho accepts that he will be without Alexis Sanchez for a long time.

The Chile international suffered a hamstring problem in training and appears to have played his last game of the year.
Mourinho, who did not include…


Soccer – Coleman desperate to end dismal derby run

Seamus Coleman accepts that Everton need to do their talking on the pitch when they bid to end their appalling recent record in Merseyside derbies by beating Liverpool on Sunday.

Everton, who have not emerged victorious at Anfield since 1999, are six…


Soccer – Vertonghen wary of solid Gunners

Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen accepts that north London rivals Arsenal have improved this season under Unai Emery.

Both teams are in excellent form heading into Sunday’s derby as Spurs have won their last six games in all competitions while the G…


Golf – Fowler: Wins all that matter

Rickie Fowler says his main aim this season is to claim more victories, as he prepares for the defence of his Hero World Challenge title in the Bahamas.

The American is an eight-time winner around the world and yet there is a perception that he conte…


Soccer – Klopp hoping for special occasion

Head coach Jurgen Klopp is hoping for another special European night when Liverpool take on Napoli, with a place in the Champions League knockout phase on the line.

Having been beaten 2-1 at Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday, the Reds need to defeat N…


Soccer – Poch retains belief in progress

Mauricio Pochettino believes his Spurs team are more than capable of securing an all-important Champions League victory at Barcelona.

The Londoners, 13/8 with bet365 to qualify from Group B, defeated Inter Milan 1-0 at Wembley on Wednesday evening to…


Golf – Wiesberger can’t wait to tee off again

Bernd Wiesberger is looking forward to returning to action after a seven-month break due to a wrist injury at this week’s AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open.

The 33-year-old Austrian has been sidelined since April, with his last tournament being the Volvo C…


Horse Racing – George has faith in Summerville Boy

Trainer Tom George says there is no reason to worry about Summerville Boy’s technique over fences.

Summerville Boy won the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham in March despite jumping the final two flights awkwardly.
He is set to lock horns with B…


Soccer – Mourinho convinced de Gea will remain at Old Trafford

Jose Mourinho is confident that David de Gea will sign a new deal with Manchester United.

The Spain international, who moved to Old Trafford from Atletico Madrid in 2011, is out of contract at the end of this season, although United can trigger their…


Soccer – Survival bid is a long race – Benitez

Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez claims their Premier League survival bid is a “long running race” despite Monday’s 2-1 win at Burnley making it three victories in succession.

An early Ben Mee own goal and Ciaran Clark’s glancing header put the Magpies …