About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Leicester humiliated as Newport pull off FA Cup shockby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveNewport County have shocked Leicester City 2-1 in Sunday’s FA Cup clash.Jamille Matt’s excellent early header after just 10 minutes gave the raucous home crowd a huge boost and what followed was a classic tale of missed chances by the Premier League big boys coupled with some heroic defending from the League Two side.They were not without their own attacking quality but the second half was backs-to-the-wall stuff for the hosts until Rachid Ghezzal thundered in an equaliser for the Foxes eight minutes from the end.The upset looked to have been averted but for Marc Albrighton to raise an arm to block a cross to give away a penalty that Padraig Amond slotted away superbly with five minutes left to hang on for a famous win.“It was a difficult day,” Foxes captain Wes Morgan said. “The magic of the FA Cup happened today, definitely.”I thought we played well, especially the second half. We had loads of half chances in very good positions where we should score.“On another day they all go in, but today it didn’t happen for us. I don’t want to take the shine away from Newport, it’s a big day for them.“I wouldn’t say they deserved it, but they battled to the end. Good luck to them.”
Ex-Spurs chief Mitchell rejects Premier League offers for big Red Bull jobby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Tottenham talent spotter Paul Mitchell is staying with Red Bull.Mitchell has rejected up to four Premier League clubs to sign a new three-year contract with Red Bull, says Sky Sports.At the end of this month Mitchell will leave his position as RB Leipzig’s head of recruitment and development to become technical director of Red Bull’s global soccer division. Mitchell’s new role will see him oversee development at RB Leipzig in addition to working with New York Red Bulls and Brazilian side Red Bull Bragantino.The 38-year-old had previously been linked with positions at Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
About the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say Brighton striker Maupay to miss Aston Villa clashby Ansser Sadiqa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveBrighton striker Neal Maupay will miss out on the club’s Carabao Cup clash against Aston Villa this week.The summer signing should be fit for their Premier League clash against Chelsea at the weekend.But the game in midweek has come too early for him to feature.Maupay is struggling with a knee injury. Brighton coach Graham Potter said to reporters: “Neal [Maupay] had a cut on his knee, but he’ll be okay for the weekend.”The 23-year-old has managed two goals in six Premier League appearances this season.
Real Madrid fullback Sergio Reguilon delighted with Sevilla loan spellby Carlos Volcano15 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveReal Madrid fullback Sergio Reguilon is delighted over his loan spell with Sevilla.Reguilon has quickly established himself as Sevilla’s first-choice left-back, outperforming expectations with the Andalusian club.”I’m very happy with everything that is happening,” Reguilon admitted in Spain’s pre-match press conference.”I’m in a great moment, it’s been a very unusual year.”I have gone from never having played a professional match a year ago to the national team.”When quizzed on his relationship with Real coach Zinedine Zidane, especially with Reguilon only on loan at the moment, the Spanish defender was non-committal.”I don’t think about Zidane, I merely think about myself,” he added.”You never know if I would have had a place [in his team].”I wanted to gain minutes and experience, I’m satisfied with how I’m doing.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say
About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Ex-Man Utd striker Saha: Not right blaming Pogbaby Freddie Taylor10 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Manchester United striker Louis Saha says it is unfair to blame the club’s plight on Paul Pogba. Saha thinks United’s recruitment is the reason behind the club sitting in 12th on the Premier League table with nine points from eight games.Saha told The Athletic: “Now, you look, and the excuse is, ‘Pogba hasn’t played.’ It is crazy to put a club in this position. I’m sorry but you can’t put the blame on [Marcus] Rashford, you can’t put the blame on [Anthony] Martial, you can’t put the blame on the newcomers.”Who is big enough in that squad to be saying, ‘This is falling down’? Apart from Pogba. It is unfair on him, unfair on the squad. It is right that I hear Gary Neville complain about the chemistry that has been built. You could put any manager in right now; I’m sorry, he will struggle.”You can say, alright he should not have allowed [Romelu] Lukaku and [Alexis] Sanchez to leave but the damage was already done because those guys didn’t want to stay. So it is better to actually clean up in some ways, let’s say, with respect.”But the actual power of the United history, the United set-up, has been fettered by three or four transfer windows. It was like a shotgun in two feet. They put themselves in that situation, not giving the platform to fight back.”
Fresno State is in the process of getting blown out on the road at Colorado State, and to add insult to defeat, the Bulldogs pulled off an incredibly embarrassing failed alley-oop attempt in the first half of tonight’s game.It happened when Fresno State poing guard Cezar Guerrero tried to hit forward Karachi Edo with an alley-oop, only to throw the ball so hard that Edo could only manage to pin it between the rim and the glass. Here’s the video. The look on Edo’s face as he heads back up court says everything that needs to be said. After you’re done laughing at that alley-oop mishap, here’s where you can find the breathtaking and brilliantly-executed one by Louisville’s Chris Jones and Montrezl Harrell against UNC. [ Vice Sports ]
ACC. Twitter/@theACCUpdate: ESPN’s Brett McMurphy has some more info on the pending deal. ACC Network will launch by August 2019 & ACC extends conference grant of rights thru 2036, sources told @ESPN— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) July 19, 2016Earlier: For a long time, there has been talk about a possibility of the ACC and ESPN combining to form the ACC Network, like the channel has done with the SEC. According to the News and Observer‘s Luke DeCock, the time for the ACC Network could be coming soon.DeCock says the league is close to agreeing to a new TV deal with ESPN, which will include the formation of an ACC network. An announcement could be forthcoming later this week.Per DeCock: After six years of deliberation and discussion, the ACC is close to an updated television deal with ESPN that will include the long-awaited ACC cable channel as well as innovative “over-the-top” components, content delivered directly to viewers via the Internet, known as OTT.The announcement regarding a new ESPN deal could come as soon as the ACC’s football kickoff event in Charlotte on Thursday and Friday, where ACC commissioner John Swofford is scheduled to meet with the media Thursday morning.The ACC’s current deal with ESPN runs through 2026-27 but has since been substantially eclipsed by the Big Ten and SEC. In May, Swofford said launching an ACC cable channel would likely be necessary to close that financial gap.This looks like a huge deal on paper for the ACC. It’s unclear yet how much money this will generate for the league and its members in the future, but it firmly enhances the conference’s brand and further secures its standing in the ever-changing landscape of college sports. Also, we wonder if this gets people talking again about Notre Dame joining the league for all sports. It probably won’t happen, but fun to speculate.
You’ve signed up to play fantasy football, carefully selected your squad, designed a kit and then… the dreaded team name screen hits you.We’ve all been there – spending far, far longer than is healthy trying to devise some kind of witty football-related pun with which to draw a laugh or two from the rest of the league.AdChoices广告As Premier League fantasy football games get under way ahead of the new season, Goal is here to save you some time and energy. Editors’ Picks ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare We’ve collected the 50 funniest (family friendly) fantasy football team names. Have a quick read of these and you’ll have your fantasy football side sorted in no time!100. Teenage Ninja Skrtels 99. Only Kruls & Horses98. Purple Reina97. Hakuna Juan Mata96. Top Dier 95. Bony & Clyde94. Ibe Gotta Feeling93. Batshuayi Crazy 92. My Little Bony 91. Two’s Kompany90. Best Ings In Life Are Free 89. Delph & Safety88. Earth, Wind & Maguire87. Citizen Kane86. Krul Intentions85. Giroud Awakening84. Sarri, Not Sarri83. Goals Aloud 82. Cry Me a River Plate 81. Dynamo Chicken Kiev 80. Cameroon Diaz79. Ivory Toast78. Diego Costa Coffee77. Lads On Toure76. No Kane, No Gain75. Luke KyleWalker74. Obi Wan-Bissaka73. Krul and the Gang72. Jurgener Believers 71. Alisson Wonderland70. Dolly Barton69. Gangster’s Allardyce68. Crouch Potato67. The Big Lewandowski66. Olympique Mayonnaise65. Chiellini Con Carne64. Bilbao Baggins63. Top of the Klopps62. Come Digne With Me61. Kings of Leon Osman60. Curious Jorginho59. Deeney in a Bottle58. Turkish De Ligt57. Tea & Busquets56. Pique and the Bruyne55. Dzeko and the Bunnymen54. The Cesc Pistols53. TAA Very Much52. Moves Like Agger51. Sonic Huth50. Neuer Gonna Give You Up 49. Silence of the Lahms 48. Hit Me Bebe One More Time 47. Pjanic at the Disco 46. You Petr Cech Yourself 45. Pepe Pig 44. For Fuchs Sake 43. Tinchy Sneijder 42. Obi-Wan Iwobi 41. One Flew Over Lukaku’s Nest 40. When Harry Met Alli 39. Expected Toulouse 38. Dukes of Hazard 37. Willian Dollar Baby 36. Enter Shaqiri 35. Chicken Tikka Mo Salah 34. Game of Stones 33. Giroud Let the Dogs out? 32. Fiorentina Turner 31. All the Smallings 30. Gylfi Pleasures 29. Kroos Control 28. Murder on Zidane’s floor 27. The Zarate Kid 26. Bacuna Matata 25. Pique Blinders 24. Baines on Toast 23. Blink-1 Eto’o 22. The Passion of the Cruyff 21. Egg Fried Reus 20. How I Met Your Mata 19. Dirty Sanchez 18. Absolutely Fabregas 17. Cesc and the City 16. Balotelli-Tubbies 15. Boom Xhakalaka 14. Neville Wears Prada 13. Klopps and Robbers 12. No Weimann No Cry 11. Lord of the Ings 10. Guns ’N Moses 9. Ayew Ready? 8. The Wizard of Ozil 7. Flying Without Ings 6. Benteke Fried Chicken 5. Show Me Da Mane 4. Game of Throw-ins 3. Ctrl Alt De Laet 2. Who Ate All Depays? 1. Lallanas in Pyjamas
With the Premier League transfer window having closed on August 8, the eve of the new season, each team’s full squad lists have been released.Below you will find full squad information of all 20 Premier League sides.AdChoices广告 Arsenal Aston Villa Bournemouth Brighton Burnley Chelsea Everton Leicester City Liverpool Man City Man Utd Newcastle United Norwich Sheffield United Southampton Tottenham Watford West Ham WolvesArsenal No. Pos Player 1 GK Bernd Leno 2 DF Hector Bellerin 3 DF Kieran Tierney 4 MF Mohamed Elneny 5 DF Sokratis Papastathopoulous 7 MF Henrikh Mkhitaryan 8 MF Dani Ceballos 9 FW Alexandre Lacazette 10 MF Mesut Ozil 11 MF Lucas Torreira 14 FW Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 15 MF Ainsley Maitland-Niles 16 DF Rob Holding 18 DF Nacho Monreal 19 FW Nicolas Pepe 20 DF Shkodran Mustafi 21 DF Calum Chambers 23 DF David Luiz 24 FW Reiss Nelson 26 GK Emiliano Martinez 27 DF Konstantinos Mavropanos 28 MF Joe Willock 29 MF Matteo Guendouzi 31 DF Sead Kolasinac 32 MF Emile Smith Rowe 33 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Smith 16 MF Lewis Cook 17 DF Jack Stacey 19 MF Junior Stanislas 20 MF David Brooks 21 DF Diego Rico 22 MF Harry Wilson 24 MF Ryan Fraser 25 DF Jack Simpson 26 DF Lloyd Kelly 27 GK Asmir Begovic 28 MF Kyle Taylor 29 MF Philip Billing 33 DF Chris Mepham 36 MF Matt Butcher 38 MF Nnamdi Ofoborh 42 GK Mark Travers 53 MF Gavin Kilkenny 54 MF Alex Dobre Brighton No. Pos Player 1 GK Mathew Ryan 3 DF Gaetan Bong 4 DF Shane Duffy 5 DF Lewis Dunk 6 MF Dale Stephens 7 FW Neal Maupay 8 MF Yves Bissouma 9 FW Jurgen Locadia 10 FW Florin Andone 11 MF Leandro Trossard 13 MF Pascal Gross 14 DF Leon Balogun 15 DF Adam Webster 16 FW Alireza Jahanbakhsh 17 FW Glen Murray 18 MF Aaron Mooy 19 MF Jose Izquierdo 20 MF Solly March 21 DF Ezequiel Schelotto 22 DF Martin Montoya 23 GK Jason Steele 26 DF Adam Webster 27 GK David Button 28 DF Tudor Baluta 30 DF Bernardo 33 DF Dan Burn Burnley No. Pos Player 2 DF Matthew Lowton 3 DF Charlie Taylor 4 MF Jack Cork 5 DF James Tarkowski 6 DF Ben Mee 7 MF Johann Berg 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Pereira 22 MF Matty James 23 MF Adrien Silva 24 MF Nampalys Mendy 25 MF Wilfred Ndidi 26 MF Dennis Praet 27 FW Fousseni Diabate 28 DF Christian Fuchs 31 FW Rachid Ghezzal 35 GK Eldin Jakupovic 37 MF Andy King Liverpool No. Pos Player 1 GK Alisson 2 DF Nathaniel Clyne 3 MF Fabinho 4 DF Virgil van Dijk 5 MF Georginio Wijnaldum 6 DF Dejan Lovren 7 MF James Milner 8 MF Naby Keita 9 FW Roberto Firmino 10 FW Sadio Mane 11 FW Mohamed Salah 12 DF Joe Gomez 13 GK Adrian 14 MF Jordan Henderson 15 MF Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 20 MF Adam Lallana 23 MF Xherdan Shaqiri 24 FW Rhian Brewster 26 DF Andrew Robertson 27 FW Divock Origi 32 DF Joel Matip 40 MF Ryan Kent 48 MF Curtis Jones 51 DF Ki-Jana Hoever 62 GK Caoimhin Keller 65 DF Yasser Larouci 66 DF Trent Alexander-Arnold 67 MF Harvey Elliott 72 DF Sepp van den Berg Man City No. Pos Player 1 GK Claudio Bravo 2 DF Kyle Walker 5 DF John Stones 7 FW Raheem Sterling 8 MF Ilkay Gundogan 9 FW Gabriel Jesus 10 FW Sergio Aguero 11 MF Oleksandr Zinchenko 12 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CHAPEL HILL, NC – OCTOBER 07: Head coach Brian Kelly of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish watches his team play against the North Carolina Tar Heels during the game at Kenan Stadium on October 7, 2017 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)The College Football Playoff still involves just four teams, and until it’s expanded, there are going to be debates every year regarding which major conference champion is going to get left out. In years when Notre Dame is elite (or Alabama gets an at-large bid), it could potentially be two.There is still a month of football to be played, but this year’s playoff race is shaping up to be quite controversial.At this point, it seems like Alabama and Clemson, if they win out, are locks. The Crimson Tide might not even need to win out – they’re getting in.After that though, it’s complicated. Notre Dame, if it wins out and goes 12-0, would seemingly be a lock. But FiveThirtyEight’s ‘Playoff Predictor’ thinks it’s more complicated than that.If Ohio State and Oklahoma also both win out, the committee is going to have to leave out either 12-0 Notre Dame, 12-1 Ohio State with a Big Ten title, or 12-1 Oklahoma with a Big 12 title. Fun.That doesn’t even factor in the possibility that Washington State wins out and has a 12-1 record with a Pac-12 title.At the moment, FiveThirtyEight gives Notre Dame a 74-percent chance of getting in, assuming all five win out. Oklahoma has a 64-percent chance, with Ohio State at 61-percent.If you plug in Michigan for Ohio State, it’s less complicated. Notre Dame beat the Wolverines in the first game of the year, so they’d likely get the nod there.The odds suggest that all these teams won’t win out, but it’s definitely possible. Perhaps we’ll get an expanded playoff earlier than we thought if it happens.