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Lynch, known to not speak to the media, will unlikely explain his actions. President Donald Trump is continuing his sharp criticism of NFL players who protest racial disparities in society, specifically at the hands of law enforcement and within the justice system itself , by kneeling during the national anthem.
  • Top 10 Players Who Scored More Points Than Lonzo Ball

    Top 10 Players Who Scored More Points Than Lonzo Ball

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    As if Lonzo Ball hasn't struggled enough to open his National Basketball Association career, the rookie point guard is taking some viral heat for turning his back and walking away from a skirmish involving his Lakers teammates. 17, 2017, in Los Angeles . "It's the NBA", Ball said. "We beat them twice, so we thought it was going to be easier, I guess". It was on display December 20, when Devin Booker fouled Corey Brewer on a breakaway dunk and Larry Nance Jr.
  • Silva to speak with Watford about Everton move

    Silva to speak with Watford about Everton move

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    Three defeats on the spin has seen Watford slip down to midtable, but Silva's stock remains high and the 40-year-old was keen to only discuss matters that are in his control when asked about the situation at a pre-match news conference. The Hornets face West Ham in their first match since the appointment of former Everton manager David Moyes, and take on the Hammers on the back of three consecutive defeats leading up to the global break.
  • British motorcyclist Daniel Hegarty dies after crash at Macau GP

    British motorcyclist Daniel Hegarty dies after crash at Macau GP

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    The race was immediately red flagged and never restarted as Hegarty received emergency treatment. Hegarty was transported immediately to a hospital but a statement issued by race organisers confirmed that he died while en route there. The last rider to die during the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix was Luis Carreira in 2012. "It's a very sad end to what has been a successful week", he told the BBC .
  • Alex Iwobi: 'Santi Cazorla is best I have played with'

    Alex Iwobi: 'Santi Cazorla is best I have played with'

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    When it was put to Wenger if there were doubts over whether Cazorla would ever play again, the Frenchman replied: "Let's not talk about that, but I hope you are wrong". Alex Iwobi believes Santi Cazorla is the most skilful player he's played with. Saturday's meeting with Spurs at a tetchy and feisty Emirates Stadium will represent an equally testing environment, but Lacazette needs holding back no longer and protecting him from one of the meanest defences in the league would only ...
  • Ally McCoist: 'I'm interested in Sunderland job'

    Ally McCoist: 'I'm interested in Sunderland job'

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    Coleman saw his odds drop, according to the Northern Echo , as punters seemingly got wind of him reportedly being touted as the next incumbent in the Black Cats' managerial hotseat. Sunderland are in need of a new manager. Robbie Stockdale will remain in charge of the side when they play Millwall on Saturday, but Coleman is expected to be in the dugout for the game against Aston Villa on Tuesday.
  • Chelsea defender David Luiz recalled to squad for West Bromwich Albion clash

    Chelsea defender David Luiz recalled to squad for West Bromwich Albion clash

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    He refused to expand further, insisting he had attended the press conference to speak about the group rather than individuals. "Yes, David Luiz is in the squad", Conte said. Denmark global Christensen slotted in seamlessly for Luiz against United and has the same ball-playing qualities after spending two seasons on loan in the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach.
  • Tim Sherwood makes exciting prediction for Tottenham fans ahead of Arsenal clash

    Tim Sherwood makes exciting prediction for Tottenham fans ahead of Arsenal clash

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    Despite the Arsenal manager's non-committal response, Lacazette seems nearly certain to regain his starting place after Wenger confirmed Olivier Giroud was likely to miss the match with the injury he picked up on global duty last week. So, it's mixed news for Arsene Wenger and Arsenal . But third-placed Tottenham , who have already beaten Real Madrid this season, will go in to the game full of confidence.
  • Arkansas AD Jeff Long fired, report says

    Arkansas AD Jeff Long fired, report says

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    He officially took over the athletic program on January 1, 2008, taking the place of Frank Broyles. Long hired Bielema from Wisconsin in December 2012, a move praised at the time because Bielema had won three consecutive Big Ten championships.
  • Italy coach sacked after failure to qualify for World Cup

    Italy coach sacked after failure to qualify for World Cup

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    Referring to his belief that federation president Carlo Tavecchio should also go, Tommasi said: "We believe we've got to start the rebuilding process with elections". "Otherwise we'll continue to re-mix the same minestrone that has caused indigestion for so many of us". Chelsea boss Conte, Roberto Mancini, now in charge of Zenit St Petersburg, and Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri are the other leading names reportedly in the frame.
  • Max Scherzer, Corey Kluber Named Cy Young Award Winners

    Max Scherzer, Corey Kluber Named Cy Young Award Winners

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    Wednesday night, Major League Baseball and the BBWAA announced Indians ace Corey Kluber has won the 2017 AL Cy Young, with Red Sox lefty Chris Sale placing second. Scherzer went 16-6 for the Nationals and had a career-best 2.51 ERA this season. However, while Kluber got better as the season wore on, Sale got worse.
  • S.Africa eye 2023 prize as bitter battle ends

    S.Africa eye 2023 prize as bitter battle ends

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    But there were tears across South Africa , which staged the Rugby World Cup in 1995 but has failed with four successive bids to land the tournament again. France held the Rugby World Cup in 2007. "There's a lot of joy and a lot of pride for French rugby", Laporte said. "You would have thought [that they would support us] but the Scots went for the money and effectively said to us that they would vote for the bid that produces the most monies".