• Hull completes trio of northeast clubs relegated from EPL

    Hull completes trio of northeast clubs relegated from EPL

    Needing a positive result to take the fight for survival down to the final week of the season, Silva's side was beaten 4-0 at Crystal Palace and conceded the opening goal inside three minutes. Silva was hired to stop the rot but the task was beyond the Portuguese coach. Riihilahti said that the view of some fans that modern footballers were mercenaries, who care more about making money for themselves than succeeding with their clubs was inaccurate.

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  • Spurs star Leonard will play in Golden State opener

    It's no secret that San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich is not a fan of President Donald Trump . Rather, they wanted him to have more time to heal in case they needed him for a game seven and more importantly, if they met up with the Warriors in the conference finals.

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  • Pundit predicts where Liverpool will finish

    The former Chelsea goalkeeper added: "We are aware of the fact that we probably need to win all of our remaining games to be sure that we will be in the race until the last minute". "That is the way I'm thinking". There will be no gimmes from Mark Hughes. With Hull now sitting in the top relegation spot one point behind Swansea City, Maguire does have a year left on his deal but his performances this year have seen him linked with a summer move to the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, Everton ...

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  • Daniel Cormier - Jon Jones II is Officially Booked

    Daniel Cormier - Jon Jones II is Officially Booked

    A former undisputed and interim light heavyweight champion, Jones last stepped in the cage at UFC 197 in April 2016. And how are you going to explain to your kids how you were champion without beating me. There will surely be repercussions for both fighters, as trash talk is encouraged by the UFC but athletic commissions tend to come down hard on athletes who actually get violent outside of the octagon.

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  • Swansea close to safety after vital win at Sunderland

    Swansea close to safety after vital win at Sunderland

    He added: "We knew coming up here that by playing before Hull a win would put the pressure on". Swansea visit the Stadium of Light for their penultimate game of the season, and while the match is largely irrelevant from a Sunderland perspective, it could be hardly be more important to their opponents.

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  • Garcia will not wear green jacket for wedding

    Garcia will not wear green jacket for wedding

    Justin [Rose] is a great friend of mine, but ... "I gave him the biggest bear hug, " McIlroy said . "Just to see what he's been through, and his struggles, and for it to be there ..." "Got off to a awful start but managed to have a great finish and tomorrow I'll go out there a little calmer and get back into this tournament".

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  • UK working to restore hospital systems after cyberattack

    UK working to restore hospital systems after cyberattack

    Britain's National Crime Agency said it was investigating the attack. Pictures posted on social media showed screens of NHS computers with images demanding payment of 300 (275 euros) in Bitcoin, saying: 'Ooops, your files have been encrypted!' While cyber security firm Kaspersky Lab said that at least 45,000 computers in 74 countries were affected by the "ransomware", another security firm Avast put the tally at 57,000 systems across 99 countries.

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  • Who will win the NHL's Game 7s?

    Who will win the NHL's Game 7s?

    We were barely 9 minutes into the game and the score was 3-0, the Ducks had already used their timeout thus negating any possible challenge, and Gibson was pulled from the game. "To do it in a couple of minutes was right up there with the biggest of concerts, for sure", said Stew MacDonald, executive vice-president of revenue with the Oilers Entertainment Group.

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  • All black everything for Celtics before Game 6 at Wizards

    All black everything for Celtics before Game 6 at Wizards

    The Washington Wizards forced game seven against the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference semi-finals with a thrilling 92-91 win on Friday. After Al Horford banked home a 16-foot jumper with 7.7 seconds to play to snap an 89-89 tie , Wall responded while capping a 26-point night in which he had struggled while making only nine of 25 shots.

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  • Capitals replace Holtby in goal for 3rd period of Game 2

    The Capitals stars did not. They won both games on the road and head home with the Capitals wondering what else they have to do to try to beat the Penguins. As that team left the ice as the loser for a second straight game, it searched for a way to prolong this journey. Holtby won the Vezina as the NHL's top goaltender last season and is one of three finalists this season.

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  • NFL Draft: Who were the winners and losers of Round 1?

    From here, the situation of monitoring free agents Gavin Andrews and Devin Chappell comes into focus, as both of these players are likely to either be signed by a team in the coming days or secure an National Football League training camp invite sometime this summer.

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  • Spurs vs Rockets in Game 6

    Let's see if The Beard has it in him to erase the bad taste Game 5 left in everyone's mouth. The Spurs won the best-of-seven series 4-2 to clinch a trip to the conference finals against the Golden State Warriors. Coach Mike D'Antoni has used an eight-man rotation throughout the playoffs, but didn't add anyone to the mix on Tuesday in the first game since backup center Nene suffered a torn thigh muscle.

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  • How to watch the National Basketball Association draft combine

    The Lakers will have a 46.9 percent chance of retaining their top-three protected pick for this year's draft. He did get a chance to meet with Phil Jackson, the Knicks' president who's won 11 National Basketball Association titles as the coach of the Bulls and Lakers, and Michael Jordan, former Tar Heel and owner of the Charlotte Hornets.

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  • Barkley still unsure on Everton future

    And the Everton manager insists that the deadline on the England global will not be pushed back until the beginning of the new campaign in August. Should Barkley, who is one of English football's most high profile names, leave Goodison Park, Everton will undoubtedly be looking for a replacement.

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  • Gordon Hayward's free agency will be story of Jazz offseason

    Gordon Hayward's free agency will be story of Jazz offseason

    On Monday night, Garnett hosted Glen Davis, Kendrick Perkins, Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo himself for his Area 21 segment and the quintet talked on a number of subjects, including Rondo's first season in Chicago as a Bull. "I was initially hurt by the whole way everything went down". "Like, I don't have no beef with none of my teammates. And at this time I don't think it's on nobody on here to break the ice", Perkins said.

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