Month: January 2018

England have received a significant injury boost ahead of their Six Nations opener against Italy after a trio of players rated doubtful were passed fit. Flanker Chris Robshaw (back), lock Maro Itoje (hip) and fullback Mike Brown (blurred vision) have returned to training and have been given the all-clear for Sunday’s showdown in Rome. Of
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Former Arsenal striker Paul Mariner implores Arsene Wenger to end his “penny-pinching” approach to transfers and pay up for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Dortmund boss Peter Stoger says Pierre Emerick Aubameyang will still play in upcoming games despite bids from Arsenal to bring him to the Premier League. ESPN FC’s Julien Laurens delves into the back and
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Attorneys representing 10 women who sued Baylor University in federal court, saying the school was indifferent toward their allegations of sexual assault and other violence committed by its students, have subpoenaed Liberty University athletic director Ian McCaw and two other former Baylor officials. According to court records, McCaw has been subpoenaed in the case, which
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SAN DIEGO — The promos started running weeks ago, short 15-second spots during the dead of winter in which a camera pans the Augusta National clubhouse and one of the iconic hand-operated scoreboards. “Coming in April,” it says, teasing the year’s first major championship. The Masters is near, and yet so far away. Tiger had
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Akwa United and Plateau United both face tough midweek away tests in Nnewi and Kano as the duo look to extend their early-season lead at the top of the Nigeria Professional Football League table. Kano Pillars vs. Plateau United Kano Pillars and Plateau United are set to clash in a top-of-the-table encounter at the Sani
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A private cricket league in Ajman, UAE, has come under the spotlight for suspected ‘irregular activities’, as the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) launched an investigation. The tournament, named the All-Time Ajman league, had to be called off on its second day after local cricket authorities refused to allow them to continue using
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