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  • 'It's pretty spectacular and hugely humbling': Ronan O'Gara enters World Rugby Hall of Fame

    12 September 2018 15:19 1

    Ronan O'Gara was blown away by his induction into the World Rugby Hall of Fame. "It's pretty spectacular. I didn't know what to expect. It's hugely humbling and fantastic," he said. "It wasn't on the radar. Every young boy dreams of playing for their country for the first time. "It's amazing, though, when you get into it, how you just become overpowered

  • Monreal says he has opened talks with Arsenal over new contract

    12 September 2018 13:26

    Nacho Monreal says he has begun talks with Arsenal about extending his contract. The defender is in the final year of his existing deal with Unai Emery’s Gunners. Spain international Monreal has made 165 Premier League appearances since moving to the Emirates Stadium from Malaga in 2013. “At the moment we are talking with the club. I’ve always said I am really

  • 'He needs a mental break': Gary Neville concerned for Harry Kane

    12 September 2018 11:35 1

    Gary Neville claims England should have given captain Harry Kane a break from international duty after expressing concern the striker is mentally exhausted. England’s summer run to the World Cup semi-finals in Russia saw Kane finish as the tournament’s leading scorer. It came in his first finals as leader of the team, and Neville believes the inevitable

  • Wolves lament the loss of their virtual home

    12 September 2018 11:01 1

    Wolverhampton Wanderers’ return to the Premier League after a six-year hiatus may have brought joy to fans, bountiful financial gains and good-old-fashioned success – but it came at a troubling virtual cost. On Fifa 19, the football computer game due out on September 28, the team will no longer play at Ivy Lane. There is a silver lining though, Ivy Lane isn’t

  • Concern for Martin O’Neill after Seamus Coleman suffers stress fracture

    12 September 2018 05:53 1

    Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill is keeping his fingers crossed ahead of October’s Nations League double-header after revealing skipper Seamus Coleman has suffered a stress fracture. The Everton full-back travelled to Poland for Tuesday night’s 1-1 draw with the rest of the squad despite being ruled out of the game with a foot injury sustained

  • Roma fan admits violent disorder before Liverpool Champions League clash

    11 September 2018 16:54 2

    An Italian football fan accused of seriously injuring a Liverpool supporter before the Champions League semi-final has admitted violent disorder. Filippo Lombardi, 21, denies wounding or inflicting grievous bodily harm on Sean Cox, 53, who suffered serious head injuries when he was assaulted outside Anfield in April. He had also denied a charge of violent

  • Some fans aren’t convinced by Mohamed Salah’s rating in Fifa 19

    11 September 2018 12:38

    EA Sports have been releasing the ratings for the top 100 players in the new Fifa 19 game out later this month – and naturally, after a remarkable breakout season, there’s one player’s rating many fans had been particularly expectant for. Well, it’s official, Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has a rating of 88, and is the 27th best player in the game. While

  • UEFA set to launch third European club competition in 2021/22

    11 September 2018 11:23

    UEFA is set to launch a third European club competition from the start of the 2021/22 season, European Club Association (ECA) president Andrea Agnelli has confirmed. In his opening address at the ECA’s biannual general meeting in Split on Tuesday, the Juventus chairman said: “Pending approval of the UEFA executive committee, the green light has been given

  • Farhad Moshiri increases his stake in Everton

    11 September 2018 11:22 1

    Everton’s major shareholder Farhad Moshiri has increased his stake in the Premier League club. The Iranian businessman acquired 49.9 per cent of Everton after selling his stake in Arsenal in February 2016 and it was announced on Tuesday he had increased his share in the Merseyside club by 18.7 per cent through Blue Heaven Holdings Ltd. Moshiri, whose

  • Bolton heading for administration over loan dispute, chairman says

    11 September 2018 09:13

    Bolton chairman Ken Anderson says the club will be placed into administration due to a dispute over a loan repayment. Anderson claims his offer to pay a £4million debt with interest has been rejected by finance company BluMarble Capital Ltd. Slipping into administration would result in a 12-point deduction for the Sky Bet Championship side. “I am very disappointed