Captain Morgan

16 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
JAMES VINCE is preparing for his World Cup bow tomorrow as England sweat on the fitness of Jason Roy and Eoin Morgan. Hampshire captain Vince looks likely to open the batting against Afghanistan at Old Trafford with England forced to change their winning formula. The Hampshire captain looks likely to open the batting against Afghanistan at Old Trafford with England forced to change their winning formula England sweat on the fitness of Jason Roy and Eoin Morgan Roy and Morgan — so crucial to England’s 50-over transformation in the last four years — underwent scans on Saturday after suffering injuries during Friday’s eight-wicket victory over West Indies at Southampton. Surrey slugger Roy tweaked a hamstring while captain Morgan suffered a back spasm. Team medics were last night analysing the images of the scans before deciding the seriousness of the injuries. Roy is more of a worry because he was out for several weeks when he injured the same hamstring earlier this year. Morgan has had back spasms but they normally settle down in a few days. Vince, 28, was brought into the squad when Alex Hales was axed following his second positive test for using recreational drugs. It further shows Hales’ stupidity as he would now be having a chance to make his mark on the tournament. Instead, he is twiddling his thumbs for a few weeks before playing domestic T20 cricket for Notts then going to the Caribbean Premier League. [pod_component pod_component_config_id=”20190614-accordion-ygKyJYd8T” pod_component_config_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-component-config-prod/20190614-accordion-ygKyJYd8T.json” pod_component_config_loader_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-loaders-prod/1.63.0/componentLoader.js?69975″ src=”https%3A%2F%2Fiframe.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-widgets-prod%2Fiframe-pod.html%3Fid%3D20190614-accordion-ygKyJYd8T%26script%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-loaders-prod%2F1.63.0%2FcomponentLoader.js%3F69975%26config%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-component-config-prod%2F20190614-accordion-ygKyJYd8T.json”] In the absence of Roy, Test skipper Joe Root was promoted to open against the Windies and scored his second century of the tournament. All-rounder Chris Woakes, who came in at No 3 at the Hampshire Bowl, said: “If Morgan and Roy are not ready to play, we have to be flexible. “In a World Cup, things won’t always go to plan, so we have to be ready. “Other players are going to be needed at some point, playing a World Cup is a squad effort. “There was the odd whisper of me opening the batting against the Windies but that didn’t last long. “The plan was to keep the middle order settled and not move too many people around. “Thankfully, we were chasing only a little over 200 — I might have been a bit more nervous if it had been 300.” Afghanistan have warned England they should not be taken lightly. The Asian minnows are bottom of the World Cup table having lost all four of their games so far. They have been bowled out for less than 200 in three of those matches. But batsman Hashmatullah Shahidi, 24, insists his side can still shock the tournament favourites. [article-rail-topic title=”Cricket World Cup 2019 ” term_id=”14628″ posts_number=”8″ /] He said: “If we play good cricket, we can beat any team — but it depends on our batting. “We are struggling. We have lost four in a row so we are disappointed. But they have all been on difficult tracks, on green tracks. “We still have five games to go and I hope the next games will be good for batting. We know runs can be scored.” England’s Jonny Bairstow, Adil Rashid, Jason Roy, James Vince, Jos Butler, Joe Root and Eoin Morgan during the nets session at Hampshire  
16 Jun 19
The Sun
JAMES VINCE is preparing for his World Cup bow tomorrow as England sweat on the fitness of Jason Roy and Eoin Morgan. Hampshire captain Vince looks likely to open the batting against Afghanistan at Old Trafford with England forced to change their winning formula. The Hampshire captain looks likely to open the batting against Afghanistan at Old Trafford with England forced to change their winning formula England sweat on the fitness of Jason Roy and Eoin Morgan Roy and Morgan — so crucial to England’s 50-over transformation in the last four years — underwent scans on Saturday after suffering injuries during Friday’s eight-wicket victory over West Indies at Southampton. Surrey slugger Roy tweaked a hamstring while captain Morgan suffered a back spasm. Team medics were last night analysing the images of the scans before deciding the seriousness of the injuries. Roy is more of a worry because he was out for several weeks when he injured the same hamstring earlier this year. Morgan has had back spasms but they normally settle down in a few days. Vince, 28, was brought into the squad when Alex Hales was axed following his second positive test for using recreational drugs. It further shows Hales’ stupidity as he would now be having a chance to make his mark on the tournament. Instead, he is twiddling his thumbs for a few weeks before playing domestic T20 cricket for Notts then going to the Caribbean Premier League. [pod_component pod_component_config_id=”20190614-accordion-ygKyJYd8T” pod_component_config_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-component-config-prod/20190614-accordion-ygKyJYd8T.json” pod_component_config_loader_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-loaders-prod/1.63.0/componentLoader.js?69975″ src=”https%3A%2F%2Fiframe.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-widgets-prod%2Fiframe-pod.html%3Fid%3D20190614-accordion-ygKyJYd8T%26script%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-loaders-prod%2F1.63.0%2FcomponentLoader.js%3F69975%26config%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-component-config-prod%2F20190614-accordion-ygKyJYd8T.json”] In the absence of Roy, Test skipper Joe Root was promoted to open against the Windies and scored his second century of the tournament. All-rounder Chris Woakes, who came in at No 3 at the Hampshire Bowl, said: “If Morgan and Roy are not ready to play, we have to be flexible. “In a World Cup, things won’t always go to plan, so we have to be ready. “Other players are going to be needed at some point, playing a World Cup is a squad effort. “There was the odd whisper of me opening the batting against the Windies but that didn’t last long. “The plan was to keep the middle order settled and not move too many people around. “Thankfully, we were chasing only a little over 200 — I might have been a bit more nervous if it had been 300.” Afghanistan have warned England they should not be taken lightly. The Asian minnows are bottom of the World Cup table having lost all four of their games so far. They have been bowled out for less than 200 in three of those matches. But batsman Hashmatullah Shahidi, 24, insists his side can still shock the tournament favourites. [article-rail-topic title=”Cricket World Cup 2019 ” term_id=”14628″ posts_number=”8″ /] He said: “If we play good cricket, we can beat any team — but it depends on our batting. “We are struggling. We have lost four in a row so we are disappointed. But they have all been on difficult tracks, on green tracks. “We still have five games to go and I hope the next games will be good for batting. We know runs can be scored.” England’s Jonny Bairstow, Adil Rashid, Jason Roy, James Vince, Jos Butler, Joe Root and Eoin Morgan during the nets session at Hampshire  
16 Jun 19
Fan Fest | For Fans, By Fans

Bosch keeps viewers on their toes with a vast array of characters and story lines. Here is your unofficial reference guide for the people you will encounter or hear about in season 5 on Amazon Prime’s original series Bosch. It can be tough keeping up with such a comprehensive cast of characters on Bosch. Sometimes, […]

16 Jun 19
News Directory

The 13-0 scoreline was a true reflection of the game. It was a lump sum, and it was a night that the records fell as Thailand suffered the greatest victory in the history of the World Cup. As both teams walked out of the field for the initial game they played on the Women's World […]

16 Jun 19
talkSPORT
Just when you think England are getting good at penalties, they go and lose one dreadfully. Ok, it was only Soccer Aid, but try taking this victory away from the World XI, managed by the jubilant Piers Morgan. Piers Morgan huge Harry Redknapp after the match The match, which is raising money for worldwide children’s charity UNICEF, went to a penalty shootout after finishing 2-2. Former Britain’s Got Talent star Jeremy Lynch put England XI 2-0 up in the first-half. However, World XI captain and Olympic legend Usain Bolt pounced on an error from Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher to make it 2-1 just before the break. And a late strike from Love Island 2017 winner Kem Cetinay ensured the game went to a dreaded spot-kick. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] World XI goalkeeper and Westlife’s Nicky Byrne turned out to be the hero as he saved penalties to deny celebrity fitness coach Joe Wicks and comedian Lee Mack, while TOWIE star Mark Wright put his effort from twelve yards wide. It was a memorable evening at Stamford Bridge all in aid of a great cause and below are a selection of the best bits from Soccer Aid 2019. Jeremy Lynch’s brace earned him the man-of-the-match award It's a bit wet out… well for Piers anyway 😂Naughty Bradley 😜#SoccerAid @piersmorgan @SoccerAid pic.twitter.com/yy0nS7DKc2 — ITV (@ITV) June 16, 2019 100m and 200m world record holder Bolt took advantage of Carragher misjudging the flight of the ball to bring World XI back in it I was off Twitter ! Embarrassing ! pic.twitter.com/kHpYuC96mb — Gary Neville (@GNev2) June 16, 2019 Four-time Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah was the captain of the England XI Singer Rita Ora performed at half-time and caught up with One Direction singer Niall Horan And pass of the game so far goes to… Roberto Carlos! 👏👏👏 #SoccerAid @SoccerAid pic.twitter.com/qAPn8vSASx — ITV (@ITV) June 16, 2019 GOAALLL! What.A.Goal@KemCetinay steps inside Terry, YES Terry, and curls the ball into the far corner England 2️⃣-2️⃣ Soccer Aid World XI Watch LIVE 📺 @ITV & @WeAreSTV 📱https://t.co/daQ86z0vDi #SoccerAid pic.twitter.com/GtgEo81HM8 — ITV Football (@itvfootball) June 16, 2019 There was a familiar feeling for England as they lost on penalties again Oh dear @susannareid100, if you want to throw a sickie tomorrow morning it's fine by us! 😜@GMB @piersmorgan #SoccerAid @SoccerAid pic.twitter.com/Ehpe4rW7BW — ITV (@ITV) June 16, 2019 Piers Morgan is thrown in the air by his World XI players The winners of Soccer Aid 2019 are World XI
16 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
DIDIER DROGBA marked his potential return to Chelsea this week by lifting the Soccer Aid for Unicef trophy at Stamford Bridge. In his first match in west London since leaving in 2015, the Ivorian celebrated a penalty shootout victory over England in the biggest charity football match in the world. England lost on penalties as the World XI won the 2019 Soccer Aid Didier Drogba battled against John Terry as both men returned to Stamford Bridge John Terry, the former Chelsea captain, was only seven minutes away from guiding England to a third successive triumph in front of his adoring fans. But a late equaliser from reality star Kem Cetinay sent this match to a penalty shootout and Drogba, 41, was the one celebrating the success instead. Sunsport revealed last week that former defender Terry will not have any role in Frank Lampard’s new Blues set-up but Drogba is set to join the backroom staff. And now that Italian Maurizio Sarri has left the hotseat, it’s only a matter of days, if not hours, before Lampard becomes the new Premier League boss. This was the eighth time there had been a Unicef charity match involving celebrities and sports stars held in this country. Since it was launched in 2006, an impressive £30m has been raised for disadvantaged children. It’s all light-hearted stuff, of course, but the ex-players take it far too seriously, even if some of them have seen much better days, with greyer temples and bigger waistlines than in their pomp. Julio Cesar, the Soccer Aid goalkeeper, may have played for Brazil, Inter and Benfica, but he also played for QPR. And though he made a handful of saves in the first half, he resembled a Championship goalie when he fumbled a shot from presenter Mark Wright that was pounced on by England’s Jeremy Lynch from close range for the opening goal on 20 minutes. Lynch expertly found the back of the net twice for England in the first half Usian Bolt expertly found the bottom right corner after latching onto a mistake from Jamie Carragher Lynch, one half of the popular F2F Freestylers, makes a living doing tricks and skills for his 10m+ Youtube subscribers. He is also a handy player, once on the books of Arsenal academy, swerving on a sixpence to score his second on 37 minutes. The referee for this occasion was former Premier League whistle-blower Mark Clattenburg, who would have been used to overseeing amateurs play football now he has been exiled to the mickey-mouse Chinese Super League. And clearly he has not lost any of his refereeing abilities, completely missing a penalty in the first half for a blatant push by Michael Essien on England’s Glen Johnson. Jamie Carragher, since retiring from Liverpool colours in 2013, spends his time dissecting the mistakes of Premier League defenders. Understandably he would have slammed any player had they made the same error he made shortly before the half-time interval. Carragher tried to head the ball but mistimed it completely. It went straight over his head and the Jamaican Usain Bolt, who is hardly a slouch in a foot race, took a few touches before slotting his shot past David Seaman. Kem Cetinay curled home a magnificent effort in the dying embers of the match Carragher’s TV sparring partner Gary Neville did not waste time in sticking in the boot, labelling it “embarrassing” on Twitter. Assistant manager Piers Morgan, wearing a waistcoat on the sidelines like a fatter version of Gareth Southgate, roared his approval and this gave the Soccer Aid side a fighting chance. Morgan revelled in his pantomime villain act, promptly booed whenever he started singing Arsenal songs to a predominantly Chelsea-supporting crowd. After a brief half-time performance from the overrated singer Rita Ora, which included 100 dancing models in denim, the second half started but not at the same frenetic pace as the first. Midway through the second half, Carragher belatedly redeemed his early error as he cleared a Drogba shot off the line which seemed destined to creep in. To add the bizarreness of it all, Man Utd maverick Eric Cantona came on with 11 minutes left. There were no kung-fu kicks this time. Well, at 53 it’s probably a surprise if he can get his leg up high enough at all. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”10″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] England were seven minutes away from winning in normal time until former Essex barber Cetinay, a complete unknown before joining Love Island, cruised past Terry before exquisitely finishing and levelling at 2-2. When it came to penalties, England’s celebs Joe Wicks, Mark Wright and Lee Mack all wasted their chances from 12 yards and football was not coming home. Again. It meant the unbearable Morgan, the joint-manager, could celebrate long and hard into the morning. And tell anyone who was listening he was a football winner. Unlike his beloved Arsenal that is. Cetinay changed the game after he came off the bench in the second half [bc_video video_id=”6048901072001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Piers Morgan booed by Chelsea fans at Soccer Aid as he bawls Arsenal chants at Stamford Bridge”]
16 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
DIDIER DROGBA marked his potential return to Chelsea this week by lifting the Soccer Aid for Unicef trophy at Stamford Bridge. In his first match in west London since leaving in 2015, the Ivorian celebrated a penalty shootout victory over England in the biggest charity football match in the world. England lost on penalties as the World XI won the 2019 Soccer Aid Didier Drogba battled against John Terry as both men returned to Stamford Bridge John Terry, the former Chelsea captain, was only seven minutes away from guiding England to a third successive triumph in front of his adoring fans. But a late equaliser from reality star Kem Cetinay sent this match to a penalty shootout and Drogba, 41, was the one celebrating the success instead. Sunsport revealed last week that former defender Terry will not have any role in Frank Lampard’s new Blues set-up but Drogba is set to join the backroom staff. And now that Italian Maurizio Sarri has left the hotseat, it’s only a matter of days, if not hours, before Lampard becomes the new Premier League boss. This was the eighth time there had been a Unicef charity match involving celebrities and sports stars held in this country. Since it was launched in 2006, an impressive £30m has been raised for disadvantaged children. It’s all light-hearted stuff, of course, but the ex-players take it far too seriously, even if some of them have seen much better days, with greyer temples and bigger waistlines than in their pomp. Julio Cesar, the Soccer Aid goalkeeper, may have played for Brazil, Inter and Benfica, but he also played for QPR. And though he made a handful of saves in the first half, he resembled a Championship goalie when he fumbled a shot from presenter Mark Wright that was pounced on by England’s Jeremy Lynch from close range for the opening goal on 20 minutes. Lynch expertly found the back of the net twice for England in the first half Usian Bolt expertly found the bottom right corner after latching onto a mistake from Jamie Carragher Lynch, one half of the popular F2F Freestylers, makes a living doing tricks and skills for his 10m+ Youtube subscribers. He is also a handy player, once on the books of Arsenal academy, swerving on a sixpence to score his second on 37 minutes. The referee for this occasion was former Premier League whistle-blower Mark Clattenburg, who would have been used to overseeing amateurs play football now he has been exiled to the mickey-mouse Chinese Super League. And clearly he has not lost any of his refereeing abilities, completely missing a penalty in the first half for a blatant push by Michael Essien on England’s Glen Johnson. Jamie Carragher, since retiring from Liverpool colours in 2013, spends his time dissecting the mistakes of Premier League defenders. Understandably he would have slammed any player had they made the same error he made shortly before the half-time interval. Carragher tried to head the ball but mistimed it completely. It went straight over his head and the Jamaican Usain Bolt, who is hardly a slouch in a foot race, took a few touches before slotting his shot past David Seaman. Kem Cetinay curled home a magnificent effort in the dying embers of the match Carragher’s TV sparring partner Gary Neville did not waste time in sticking in the boot, labelling it “embarrassing” on Twitter. Assistant manager Piers Morgan, wearing a waistcoat on the sidelines like a fatter version of Gareth Southgate, roared his approval and this gave the Soccer Aid side a fighting chance. Morgan revelled in his pantomime villain act, promptly booed whenever he started singing Arsenal songs to a predominantly Chelsea-supporting crowd. After a brief half-time performance from the overrated singer Rita Ora, which included 100 dancing models in denim, the second half started but not at the same frenetic pace as the first. Midway through the second half, Carragher belatedly redeemed his early error as he cleared a Drogba shot off the line which seemed destined to creep in. To add the bizarreness of it all, Man Utd maverick Eric Cantona came on with 11 minutes left. There were no kung-fu kicks this time. Well, at 53 it’s probably a surprise if he can get his leg up high enough at all. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] England were seven minutes away from winning in normal time until former Essex barber Cetinay, a complete unknown before joining Love Island, cruised past Terry before exquisitely finishing and levelling at 2-2. When it came to penalties, England’s celebs Joe Wicks, Mark Wright and Lee Mack all wasted their chances from 12 yards and football was not coming home. Again. It meant the unbearable Morgan, the joint-manager, could celebrate long and hard into the morning. And tell anyone who was listening he was a football winner. Unlike his beloved Arsenal that is. Cetinay changed the game after he came off the bench in the second half [bc_video video_id=”6048901072001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Piers Morgan booed by Chelsea fans at Soccer Aid as he bawls Arsenal chants at Stamford Bridge”]
16 Jun 19
The Sun
DIDIER DROGBA marked his potential return to Chelsea this week by lifting the Soccer Aid for Unicef trophy at Stamford Bridge. In his first match in west London since leaving in 2015, the Ivorian celebrated a penalty shootout victory over England in the biggest charity football match in the world. England lost on penalties as the World XI won the 2019 Soccer Aid Didier Drogba battled against John Terry as both men returned to Stamford Bridge John Terry, the former Chelsea captain, was only seven minutes away from guiding England to a third successive triumph in front of his adoring fans. But a late equaliser from reality star Kem Cetinay sent this match to a penalty shootout and Drogba, 41, was the one celebrating the success instead. Sunsport revealed last week that former defender Terry will not have any role in Frank Lampard’s new Blues set-up but Drogba is set to join the backroom staff. And now that Italian Maurizio Sarri has left the hotseat, it’s only a matter of days, if not hours, before Lampard becomes the new Premier League boss. This was the eighth time there had been a Unicef charity match involving celebrities and sports stars held in this country. Since it was launched in 2006, an impressive £30m has been raised for disadvantaged children. It’s all light-hearted stuff, of course, but the ex-players take it far too seriously, even if some of them have seen much better days, with greyer temples and bigger waistlines than in their pomp. Julio Cesar, the Soccer Aid goalkeeper, may have played for Brazil, Inter and Benfica, but he also played for QPR. And though he made a handful of saves in the first half, he resembled a Championship goalie when he fumbled a shot from presenter Mark Wright that was pounced on by England’s Jeremy Lynch from close range for the opening goal on 20 minutes. Lynch expertly found the back of the net twice for England in the first half Usian Bolt expertly found the bottom right corner after latching onto a mistake from Jamie Carragher Lynch, one half of the popular F2F Freestylers, makes a living doing tricks and skills for his 10m+ Youtube subscribers. He is also a handy player, once on the books of Arsenal academy, swerving on a sixpence to score his second on 37 minutes. The referee for this occasion was former Premier League whistle-blower Mark Clattenburg, who would have been used to overseeing amateurs play football now he has been exiled to the mickey-mouse Chinese Super League. And clearly he has not lost any of his refereeing abilities, completely missing a penalty in the first half for a blatant push by Michael Essien on England’s Glen Johnson. Jamie Carragher, since retiring from Liverpool colours in 2013, spends his time dissecting the mistakes of Premier League defenders. Understandably he would have slammed any player had they made the same error he made shortly before the half-time interval. Carragher tried to head the ball but mistimed it completely. It went straight over his head and the Jamaican Usain Bolt, who is hardly a slouch in a foot race, took a few touches before slotting his shot past David Seaman. Kem Cetinay curled home a magnificent effort in the dying embers of the match Carragher’s TV sparring partner Gary Neville did not waste time in sticking in the boot, labelling it “embarrassing” on Twitter. Assistant manager Piers Morgan, wearing a waistcoat on the sidelines like a fatter version of Gareth Southgate, roared his approval and this gave the Soccer Aid side a fighting chance. Morgan revelled in his pantomime villain act, promptly booed whenever he started singing Arsenal songs to a predominantly Chelsea-supporting crowd. After a brief half-time performance from the overrated singer Rita Ora, which included 100 dancing models in denim, the second half started but not at the same frenetic pace as the first. Midway through the second half, Carragher belatedly redeemed his early error as he cleared a Drogba shot off the line which seemed destined to creep in. To add the bizarreness of it all, Man Utd maverick Eric Cantona came on with 11 minutes left. There were no kung-fu kicks this time. Well, at 53 it’s probably a surprise if he can get his leg up high enough at all. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] England were seven minutes away from winning in normal time until former Essex barber Cetinay, a complete unknown before joining Love Island, cruised past Terry before exquisitely finishing and levelling at 2-2. When it came to penalties, England’s celebs Joe Wicks, Mark Wright and Lee Mack all wasted their chances from 12 yards and football was not coming home. Again. It meant the unbearable Morgan, the joint-manager, could celebrate long and hard into the morning. And tell anyone who was listening he was a football winner. Unlike his beloved Arsenal that is. Cetinay changed the game after he came off the bench in the second half [bc_video video_id=”6048901072001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Piers Morgan booed by Chelsea fans at Soccer Aid as he bawls Arsenal chants at Stamford Bridge”]
16 Jun 19
The Blog of a Bill Bryson Wannabe

*Denotes winners The “Did you see that” Award for Moment of the Season George Turner’s Maori Sidestep v Cardiff Blues (A) – At points over the last few seasons it has been said that the Warriors have lacked a ball carrier…apparently George Turner took these accusations personally and decided to take out his pent-up frustrations […]

16 Jun 19
Toronto Sun

PARIS — They’re loud, they’re proud, they’re well supported, and for the moment, the United States are taking it to opponents at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The United States defeated World Cup debutants Chile 3-0 at the Parc des Princes here on Sunday in a game not as close as the score would indicate. […]

16 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Tom Hanks talked to Aston Villa again. The Hollywood actor, star of classics such as Forrest Gump, Cast Away and Saving Private Ryan, has never made a secret of his loyalty to Claret and Blue. Continue reading And he threw his weight behind in the football help game that night between England and the rest […]

16 Jun 19
Sport Archives

TDefender America and co-favorite Sweden have reached the round of 16 at the FIFA Women's World Cup in France ahead of schedule. The Americans defeated Chile 3-0 (3-0) after their record 13-0 victory against Thailand in their second match effortlessly and have six points in Group F, as did the Swedes, who were previously Thailand […]

16 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

England will have no qualms about tinkering with its World Cup blueprint if Eoin Morgan and Jason Roy are injured and refuse to go to Afghanistan. The duo have been resting and recovering since the eight-wicket win over the West Indies in Southampton. Captain Morgan fights against a painful back spasm and opened the batsman […]

16 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

TDefender America and co-favorite Sweden have reached the round of 16 at the FIFA Women's World Cup in France ahead of schedule. The Americans defeated Chile 3-0 (3-0) after their record 13-0 victory against Thailand in their second match effortlessly and have six points in Group F, as did the Swedes, who were previously Thailand […]

16 Jun 19
Trailblazers!

USA and Chile kicked off their Group F Match with zeal and honour as the former came after a thumping but disputed 13-0 win over Thailand while Chile lost its previous match 0-2 to Sweden.The amount of confidence USA has and should have is immense! It could be seen from the formation as at least […]