Sports

  • Harry Kane To Commander England At World Cup In Russia

    Tottenham striker Harry Kane will commander England at the up and coming World Cup in Russia. Britain manager Gareth Southgate named Kane as his captain for the competition amid a gathering with the squad at St. George’s Park on Monday night. Liverpool commander Jordan Henderson and Tottenham midfielder Eric Dier have beforehand captained England under […]

  • Jordan Henderson Says He Declined To Leave Liverpool Under Brendan Rodger

    Talking in front of the Champions League last against Real Madrid in Kiev on May 26, Henderson uncovered how he shed tears when he was advised he would be permitted to leave Liverpool in a swap bargain for then-Fulham forward Clint Dempsey in the mid year of 2012. The 27-year-old has since built up himself […]

  • Jose Mourinho Says Manchester United Need More Achievement

    Mourinho won the EFL Cup and Europa League in his first year at Old Trafford and has a FA Cup last against Chelsea in three weeks to anticipate, while he is near securing United’s best Premier League complete since Sir Alex Ferguson resigned. Be that as it may, talking after United’s 2-1 prevail upon Arsenal […]

  • Stroke Not Hoping To Supplant Director Paul Lambert

    The Potters right now sit in nineteenth spot on 29 focuses, four hapless of seventeenth put Swansea with three matches remaining. Lambert has won only one of his 13 association matches since assuming responsibility at the bet365 Stadium in January, however Coates accepts there has been a change in the group’s exhibitions and association. Coates […]

  • Canada at focus of ‘consumed shake’ discussion in ladies’ twisting

    An uncommon snapshot of discussion in the regularly ultra-respectful game of twisting emitted Friday over a foul known as a “copied shake” in the Canada versus Denmark ladies’ match. The dramatization unfurled in the fifth end, of the effectively tense diversion, when a Danish player touched a stone that was in movement. That is a […]

  • Winnipeg Jets players catch monster sturgeon

    Dustin Byfuglien and Matt Hendricks reeled in a massive fish during their off-time in B.C. earlier this week. In pictures posted to Twitter, the two players, who were on the injured roster for the Jets-Canucks game on Thursday, were seen holding the nearly 10-foot sturgeon. The fish was estimated to weigh 600 pounds, and the […]

  • British Olympic team has evacuation plan for Winter Games amid North Korea tensions

    British Olympic leaders have plans in place to evacuate athletes from the 2018 Pyeongchang Games amid heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula. While the British Olympic Association is not expecting to have to implement those emergency procedures in South Korea, it is preparing for the worst-case scenario. Tensions have risen in the region as North Korea has […]

  • Italy fails to qualify for World Cup for first time since 1958

    Four-time champion Italy failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in six decades after losing its playoff to Sweden 1-0 on aggregate. They played to a goalless draw in a quiet San Siro on Monday. It could have been worse for Italy, as Sweden was denied what looked like two clear-cut penalties for […]

  • Donald Trump slams Marshawn Lynch anthem protest

    WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump says the NFL should suspend Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch. Lynch sat during most of the U.S. anthem and stood for the Mexican anthem before Sunday’s game against the Patriots at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City. Lynch hasn’t stood for the national anthem since returning from retirement this season. […]

  • Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame welcomes newest members

    National Hockey League icon Lanny McDonald, speed skating legend Cindy Klassen and golfer Mike Weir were inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday in Toronto. Induction into this hall of fame is considered one of the country’s highest sporting honours. Founded in 1955, the new Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame building opened July […]