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a month agoTottenham striker Kane can’t take satisfaction from impressive scoring start

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first_imgTottenham striker Kane can’t take satisfaction from impressive scoring startby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveTottenham striker Harry Kane takes little satisfaction from his good personal start to the season.Although Spurs have begun this season slowly, Kane has been in fine goal-scoring form, finding the back of the net nine times in as many matches for club and country.But the 26-year-old, who now has 169 goals in 260 games for the club, is only focused on improving Spurs’ form, saying: “My performances are as good as the team’s.”If we lose I take that as a loss for myself; if we win and whether I score or not, I’m happy.”I don’t worry about my individual status, I’m more worried about the team status.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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25 days agoSouness feels for Maguire at crisis club Man Utd

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first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Souness feels for Maguire at crisis club Man Utdby Paul Vegas25 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool hero Graeme Souness feels for Harry Maguire at Manchester United.Souness said he rates Maguire and doesn’t blame the England defender for United’s poor form, but insisted the Red Devils must improve their midfield. He told The Sunday Times: “Until they fix it, United’s back five will be fire-fighting.”They can spend massively on Maguire, give Victor Lindelof a new five-year deal, De Gea four more lucrative years and sign Wan-Bissaka for £50million and it will all be money down the drain.”He added: “United are trying to rebuild from the back after signing Harry Maguire from Leicester City for £80m and Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace for £50m.”I rate Maguire. He will be disappointed with how it’s gone so far, but I’d not put it all at his door.” last_img read more

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A Michigan State Fan Created A 14-Minute Hype Video To Celebrate The Mark Dantonio Era

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first_imgMark Dantonio excited for the teams recent win.mark dantonio hype videoSince taking over at Michigan State back in 2007, Mark Dantonio has led the Spartans to a 75-31 record (45-19 in conference), including four seasons with at least 11 wins. He’s also won the Big Ten title (2013) and posted victories in the Outback Bowl, the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, the Rose Bowl and the Cotton Bowl. MSU has finished the season ranked No. 3 and No. 5, respectively, over the past two years.Wednesday, a Michigan State fan who goes by MSUAndyHRCMB put together an incredible 14-minute hype video that pays homage to the Dantonio era. It’s titled “Big Stick.” It’s been going viral among MSU supporters.Michigan State kicks off its 2015 campaign at Western Michigan on Friday night.last_img

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Saskatchewan says no summit necessary with Alberta over licence plate dispute

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first_imgREGINA – Saskatchewan’s minister of trade says there is no need to meet with Alberta officials to discuss a short-lived ban on Alberta licence plates on government construction projects.Jeremy Harrison says the issue has been dealt with.“A meeting as far as a get together in Lloydminster or Medicine Hat or wherever, it’s not necessary at this point,” Harrison said on Tuesday.“We’ll work together directly through the phone or mechanisms or where we see each other bilaterally since we go to a lot of events that we are at the same place at.”The Saskatchewan government announced the ban in December which it said was in response to similar restrictions facing Saskatchewan workers on Alberta job sites.Alberta filed a legal challenge and the policy was reversed in January before the two provinces were due to meet to discuss the issue.Harrison said getting the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, which would increase the flow of Alberta crude from Edmonton to Burnaby, B.C., is the shared priority between the two provinces.“We’ve indicated our support for potential measures that would be taken by the government of Alberta on that front,” Harrison said.In Edmonton, Alberta Economic Development Minister Deron Bilous said the two provinces will continue working to reduce trade barriers and focus on the expansion of the pipeline.“Alberta has a history of working very well with Saskatchewan,” Bilous said.“There is an acknowledgment that the No. 1 priority right now is the Trans Mountain pipeline, which Premier Moe has come out in support of Premier Notley and our government’s position — and so that is our No. 1 focus.”Despite the trade meeting being called off, Harrison said the two provinces still share “pretty strong difference of view” on the Alberta beer incentive, a program that includes grants to small brewers in the province.When Saskatchewan imposed the ban Dec. 6, it was not about beer but workplace fairness.Saskatchewan officials at that time said the licence plate ban was in response to similar restrictions facing Saskatchewan workers on Alberta job sites.Alberta said that was not true and that former Saskatchewan trade minister Steven Bonk never provided evidence to back up the claim.As the war of words escalated, former premier Brad Wall stepped in and said the plate ban was in response to anti-free-trade initiatives by Alberta, including the beer dispute.Alberta then filed a legal challenge under the New West deal.— With files from Dean Bennett in Edmonton. Follow @RyanBMcKenna on Twitter.last_img read more

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Wimbledon Champion Novak Djokovic Just Bested His Coach Boris Becker

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By beating perhaps the greatest player of all time on his favorite surface in the Wimbledon final on Sunday, Novak Djokovic didn’t just retake the No. 1 ranking. He also surpassed his coach and his opponent’s coach by winning his seventh career Grand Slam title.Roger Federer — whom Djokovic beat in a thrilling five-set final Sunday — and Rafael Nadal have set an intimidatingly high standard for success in contemporary men’s tennis. Djokovic has seven Grand Slam titles, an impressive haul but far short of Federer’s 17 and Nadal’s 14, which is tied for second all-time with Pete Sampras. If Djokovic’s Grand Slam career hadn’t coincided with those of two of the all time greats, he might have 12 major titles.Djokovic might never approach the totals of his illustrious peers, but he achieved another significant milestone Sunday: His seventh major title puts him in front of the six won by his coach, Boris Becker, and Federer’s coach, Stefan Edberg. Those two men and Djokovic are among eight in the Open era with between six and eight Grand Slam titles. The other five are Andre Agassi; occasional TV commentators Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe and Mats Wilander; and Ivan Lendl, Andy Murray’s former coach.Djokovic, 27, is starting to look like one of the best of this impressive group — with several years of his prime likely still in front of him in a sport where age has become an advantage.Djokovic has the highest Grand Slam winning percentage of the group, and isn’t far behind overall leader Connors in tour-level winning percentage. Though he still has years of competition ahead of him, Djokovic already ranks near the middle of the eight greats in Grand Slam titles, finals, semifinals and match wins, plus weeks at No. 1 — a total he’ll add to starting Monday, when he retakes the top ranking from Nadal. He has a more well-rounded Grand Slam resume than most, with titles at three of the events and two finals at the fourth, the French Open. Only Agassi, who won all four Grand Slam tournaments at least once; and Lendl, who reached two finals at Wimbledon, can match Djokovic there. Djokovic doesn’t look as good on overall match wins, titles and finals, though he has already passed Wilander in all three categories. (Stats via ATP World Tour website, Tennis Abstract and tennis-x.com.)Oh, and even before the end of Sunday’s final, Djokovic had the endorsement of Andy Roddick, the most recent American man to reach the No. 1 ranking and win a major:These numbers don’t account for the degree of difficulty of Djokovic’s accomplishment. The seven greats whose company he keeps had to contend with great rivals, but none had to consistently face Nadal on clay, or Federer on grass. As great as Federer is off grass — winning four of every five matches — he has been even greater on it, winning seven of every eight matches in his career. Even at 32, Federer was near his best on Sunday, and Djokovic was better.“To be able to win against him as one of my greatest rivals on this occasion on a court that he’s been dominating for so many years makes it a very special trophy for me,” Djokovic said in his press conference after the match.Djokovic has now beaten Federer and Nadal at nearly every one of the Grand Slams — he’s missing only the long-sought win over Nadal in Paris. If Djokovic gets that win and a French Open title, he’ll start moving to a level beyond the already impressive company he keeps now with his coach. read more

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Ohio State womens volleyball takes one of three at Oregon Invitational

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Then-junior outside hitter Erin Sekinger (12) spikes the ball during a match against Dabrowa Sept. 4, at St. John Arena. OSU won, 3-2.Credit: Lantern file photoThe Ohio State women’s volleyball team left the two-day University of Oregon Invitational this weekend with a win and a pair of losses.OSU first lost to Oregon on Friday, before falling against Illinois State and defeating Central Arkansas in matches on Saturday.In the third match of the weekend and the second of the day on Saturday, against Central Arkansas, the Buckeyes won their first match of the season in four sets (25-20, 25-20, 24-26, 25-19).Senior outside hitter Erin Sekinger had 12 kills for OSU throughout the four sets, while Sandbothe added 10. León averaged more than five digs per set while Schirmer added 11 total.Schirmer had five kills in the fourth set to help spark the Buckeyes, while Mitchell, Sandbothe and Sekinger tallied three kills each.Before taking on Central Arkansas the Buckeyes held a tight match against Illinois State, but lost to the Redbirds in five sets (19-25, 25-22, 25-21, 23-25, 14-16).OSU held a 10-5 lead in the first set, but later gave up a 7-0 run.The Buckeyes stormed back in the second and third sets to take a 2-1 overall lead on the Redbirds, before dropping the final two sets and the match.Against Oregon, OSU kept it close in the first set before struggling in the second and third. Oregon won three straight sets (22-25, 12-25, 16-25) to knock off the Buckeyes.Sophomore middle blocker Taylor Sandbothe had a team-high 13 points, which included nine kills, four blocks and an ace. Sophomore libero Valeria León led the team with 11 digs. In the first game of her OSU career, freshman outside hitter Luisa Schirmer totaled two kills and an ace.OSU finished third overall at the University of Oregon Invitational.Sandbothe was the only Buckeye named to the all-tournament squad. She led the Buckeyes with 35 kills, 20 blocks and five aces.The Buckeyes are set to return to action Friday as they host the 9th Annual Sports Imports D.C. Koehl Classic at St. John Arena. OSU is scheduled to play a doubleheader with a game against Auburn at 12:30 p.m. and another against Florida Gulf Coast at 7:30 p.m. The Buckeyes are then slated to play Southern Illinois on Sunday at 2 p.m. read more

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Wrestling Kyle Snyder named Big Ten Jesse Owens Male Athlete of the

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OSU junior Kyle Snyder shows off his gold medal at the Welcome Back event for OSU Olympians. Credit: Ashley Nelson | Sports DirectorOne of the most decorated athletes in Ohio State history, senior heavyweight wrestler Kyle Snyder, is adding another accolade to his list Wednesday as he was named Big Ten Jesse Owens Male Athlete of the Year.This is the second time in three years that an Ohio State wrestler has been given the honor, after Logan Stieber won the award in 2015.“I’m honored to win this incredible award, especially because of what Jesse Owens means to the Big Ten and specifically Ohio State,” Snyder said in a press release. “To be in the company of the many exceptional student-athletes who have earned this award in the past is humbling.” Snyder won a gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, making him the youngest Olympic and world champion in United States history at 20 years old.During the past year, Snyder also won both Big Ten and NCAA titles in 2017, marking the second straight year he finished on top of those respective tournaments. Snyder was a perfect 17-0 over the course of the 2016-17 season. He helped lead Ohio State to a second-place finish at the NCAA championships and to the second Big Ten title in the past three years.Snyder also spent much of the past season traveling, competing in the Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix in Russia at the end of January — where he won a gold medal — and then traveled with the U.S. team to Iran in February, where it came home with the silver medal. From Aug. 21-26, Snyder will travel with the U.S. Senior World Team to Paris to participate in the Paris 2017 World Wrestling Championships. During his last trip to the tournament in 2015, he came away with a gold medal, making him the youngest American to win the highest honor at only 19 years old. “I could not have achieved any of my success without the constant help and encouragement of my family, coaches, teammates and friends,” Snyder said. “I love competing for Ohio State and representing my country.” read more

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Nevile urged Pogba to remain consistent

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first_imgGary Neville believes that if Paul Pogba will be able to deliver these match-deciding performances just as he did against Manchester City, he can be one of the world’s best players.The Frenchman has been struggling for consistency this season but he proved that he is capable to performing at a high level when the team needs him – and Neville hopes that he will be able to continue like this.The former United defender spoke about Pogba’s impact as he said, according to ESPN:“I’ve said all year, Manchester United are a far better team with Paul Pogba in it. He brings arrogance, confidence and belief.”harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“But when you’re a player who is signed for that money, when you dance like he does and when you’ve got hair like he has you have to play well and you have to match it.”“It’s no good shouting and singing and not playing. You have to play well and he hasn’t in the last couple of months and he’s fallen out with his manager. It’s a difficult situation.”“He is a fantastic footballer and he makes Manchester United a better team. He shows great belief and confidence and shows total confidence in himself — but you have to deliver consistently.”last_img read more

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Hasselbaink thinks Mourinho is one of the best in the business

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first_imgJimmy Floyd Hasselbaink thinks Mourinho’s shut up shop tactics are entirely justified as the United manager received a lot of criticism for his approach to recent Premier League games against Liverpool and Tottenham.Jimmy Hasselbaink, the former Chelsea player who was initially signed for the record fee of 15 million pounds back in 2000, has defended the Portuguese for his tactics as they were criticized despite winning a game and drawing another.“If you want to be successful, you have to have that,” Hasselbaink said, according to the Mirror. “You need to be able to keep the zero and Mourinho knows that.”harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“Out of everybody, he is one of the best at that.”“You are not going to go through a whole season and be pretty. Only Barcelona have been able to do that – and that was a team that has been nurtured for years and years.”“When it is your second year, you don’t have that. You have to be pragmatical at times and Jose is that. You have to be business like and that is what Manchester United have,” Hasselbaink went on to add.last_img read more

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Aulas desperate to scare away Tousarts suitors

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first_imgAccording to the Italian newspaper Calciomercato, Olympique Lyonnais president, Jean-Michel Aulas, frantically tries to bind in-demand midfielder Lucas Tousart by offering him a new improved contract.The 21-year-old Frenchman was a subject of interest of Inter Milan, Manchester City, and Tottenham Hotspur during the summer transfer window but eventually remained at the Groupama Stadium.However, the European giants are still trying to lure the talented midfielder away from the south of France. Therefore, Aulas would like to see Tousart extending his contract until 2023. The Lyon bigwig also hopes to exclude a buyout clause and make things even more complicated for the potential suitors.Romelu Lukaku, Serie A, Inter MilanCapello calls Lukaku “a modern striker” Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The former Italian manager believes Romelu Lukaku is perfectly suited for Antonio Conte’s Internazionale Milan in the Serie A.Along with Ndombele and Houssem Aouar, the Valenciennes FC youth product has been holding down the midfield department for over a year, and Bruno Genesio would hardly accept to renounce his services.Ever since breaking into the Lyon’s first team back in 2015, Tousart has been an essential part of the squad. This season, he was a starter in seven Ligue 1 matches for Les Gones and also played his part in a stunning 2-1 win over Manchester City in the Champions League opener.last_img read more

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