Steve Clarke

19 Jun 19
PEOPLE.com

While speaking on the podcast, Higgins shared how he hopes Bushnell’s engagement news will now ensure their lives won’t be so closely tied

19 Jun 19
Red Bulls News Network

The U.S. Men’s National Team opened their 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup campaign defeating Guyana Tuesday night at Allianz Field in Minneapolis Minnesota. Despite the win, the USMNT did not look convincing against the 177th ranked team in the world. Newcomer Tyler Boyd scored a brace, while Gyasi Zardes and Paul Arriola added to the scoreline […]

19 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

After news from Lauren Bushnellis engaged to Chris roadway Broke, Ben Higgins congratulated his ex on Tuesday of the episode of The almost famous podcast by Ben & Ashley I., It may be hard to believe, but the former Bachelor Seems happy that his ex-fiancé has fallen in love with a new man because it's […]

19 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

After the news of Lauren Bushnellthe commitment to Chris lane Broken, Ben Higgins congratulated his ex on Tuesday episode of Ben & Ashley I almost famous podcast. It may seem hard to believe, but the first one Short degree seems to be happy that his ex-boyfriend has found love with a new man, because it […]

19 Jun 19
JakeSports

1. Zion Williamson- One of the greatest athletes I’ve ever seen. A combination of force and explosion that has to be seen to be believed. Within the next 2-3 years he’s gonna have the greatest dunk in NBA history, book it….And I looove that he’s playing with Lonzo Ball now. What do you get when […]

18 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Paris St-German are ready to sell 27-year-old Brazilian striker Neymar this summer. (ESPN) real Madrid 27-year-old Brazilian midfielder Casemiro could be included in any bid to sign up for Neymar PSG, (Marca) Manchester United will have to pay up to 75 million pounds if they want to sign the 22-year-old French defender Issa Diop of […]

18 Jun 19
High Velocity Sport

Football gossip: Neymar, Pogba, Diop, Bale, Wan-Bissaka, Maguire, Gomes https://bbc.in/2MVtG38 Paris St-German are willing to sell 27-year-old Brazil forward Neymar this summer. (ESPN) Real Madrid could include Brazil midfielder Casemiro, 27, in any offer to sign Neymar from PSG. (Marca) Manchester United will have to pay up to £75m if they want to sign 22-year-old […]

18 Jun 19
talkSPORT
The England Under-21 side were dealt a cruel blow in their opening European Championship group game as France snatched a dramatic late win. Manchester United target Aaron Wan-Bissaka had an evening to forget in Italy, diverting Jean-Philippe Mateta’s flick into the roof of Dean Henderson’s net in the fifth minute of injury time to gift the French victory. Wan-Bisakka’s own goal in the fifth minute of stoppage time saw France beat England Phil Foden’s superb run and finish early in the second half had opened the scoring for England but, after Hamza Choudhury was sent off, Jonathan Ikone struck an 89th-minute leveller before Wan-Bissaka’s own goal. Henderson had saved Moussa Dembele’s first-half penalty and Houssem Aouar then hit the post with his 66th-minute spot kick after Choudhury was dismissed for an awful tackle on Jonathan Bamba. Boss Aidy Boothroyd had described his squad as soldiers and artists and the Young Lions almost added the substance to Foden’s style in a battling second-half display. Watched by senior boss Gareth Southgate and his assistant Steve Holland the Young Lions showed no early nerves and James Maddison’s whipped free-kick was palmed away from Paul Bernardoni. Boothroyd’s side were calm and sharp in possession with Choudhury keeping them ticking over in the middle. Slick England pinned France in their own half and almost opened the scoring after 14 minutes. Foden split France’s defence to find Ryan Sessegnon and his low cross was turned onto the post by Ibrahima Konta. Three minutes later Dominic Solanke steered Demarai Gray’s centre wide but despite England’s dominance they survived a major scare when Henderson bailed them with a fine penalty save after 25 minutes. Jake Clarke-Salter was penalised after handling in the box following Jeff Reine-Adelaide’s knockdown but Henderson flung himself to his left to palm away Dembele’s spot kick. His own future remains undecided, but Dean Henderson knew exactly Moussa Dembele was going…⛔ The Manchester United 'keeper saves the Lyon striker's spot-kick and it remains 0-0! Watch live on Sky Sports Football or follow our live blog here: https://t.co/nnSPDcmXkj pic.twitter.com/xU9pRdeeVA — Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) June 18, 2019 France had gained a foothold, though, and Henderson needed to beat out Dembele’s drive after Wan-Bissaka’s mistake 10 minutes before the break. Lille’s Ikone twice went close and Gray’s end product again let him down when he drove over from the edge of the box after escaping Lucas Tousart. Lyon’s Dembele, France’s biggest threat, fired wide soon after the re-start, but England went ahead thanks to Foden’s wonderful strike after 54 minutes. The Manchester City midfielder collected the ball 40 yards out and slalomed passed three challenges, displaying brilliant close control, before rolling into the corner from 16 yards. Phil Foden of England celebrates after scoring the opening goal The Young Lions thought they had a second six minutes later only for Sessegnon’s tap in to be ruled out for offside. And a thrilling game took another twist when Choudhury conceded another penalty and was dismissed for a horror tackle on Bamba, who was carried off. It was a reckless and unnecessary challenge from the Leicester midfielder – who was initially given a yellow card but was sent off after a VAR review. But England were again let off the hook when Aouar’s 66th minute spot kick hit the post. Yet the Young Lions failed to hold on after France’s constant pressure and conceded two late goals. First Ikone found the bottom corner in the 89th minute and then Wan-Bissaka turned into his own net after Jean-Philippe Mateta’s flick in the fifth minute of stoppage time.
18 Jun 19

The NBA offseason is off and running already. Yesterday the Woj bomb dropped and we found out that Anthony Davis will be a Laker next year, and with that the 2019 draft order had a slight shake up. Anyway, regardless of who’s picking where, I love the draft. And this one is particularly interesting. I’ll […]

18 Jun 19
The Rookie Wire

With the NBA Draft approaching, Rookie Wire writer Ben Pfeifer turned to the internet for their best draft questions.

18 Jun 19
Short Track Musings

With mother nature dealing her hand and cancelling the event at Delaware Speedway, it’s no secret that all three OSCAAR divisions are excited to get to Sunset Speedway, all in action on Saturday, June 29 as part of Canada Day weekend.

18 Jun 19
High Velocity Sport

Europa League: Kilmarnock play Connah’s Quay Nomads, Rangers take on Prishtina or St Joseph’s, Aberdeen face RoPS https://bbc.in/2RmoYd2 Angelo Alessio (right) is Kilmarnock’s new manager Angelo Alessio’s debut as Kilmarnock boss will be in Wales against Connah’s Quay Nomads in the Europa League. Rangers will play the winner of FC Prishtina’s preliminary round tie with […]