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ASSE : Oscar Garcia annonce son départ !


Renseignements pris auprès de nos sources en interne, le Catalan a fait part de sa volonté à ses dirigeants ce mardi soir à l'issue d'une réunion trop tendue avec son président Roland Romeyer. Lire la suite »

Mike Pence's National Football League stunt cost Indianapolis police $14000


Pence left Lucas Oil Stadium after a group of about 20 San Francisco players knelt for the national anthem. Shortly after, President Trump tweeted that he asked Pence to leave the stadium if any players kneeled. "Karen and I were looking very much forward to it, but frankly when we saw that so many players took a knee on the sideline we thought it was the right thing to do to leave". Lire la suite »

Curtis Samuel to miss rest of season

Samuel's ankle injury was thought to be serious and this all but confirms it. Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Tuesday trainers were "not very optimistic" about Samuel's prognosis after he hobbled off the field in the third quarter and did not return. Lire la suite »

Lightning Acquire Louis Domingue From Coyotes


McGinn, who suited up for 18 games with the Coyotes in 2014-15, last played in the National Hockey League during the 2015-16 season. Leighton, 36, has appeared in 110 National Hockey League games with Carolina, Chicago, Philadelphia and Nashville, going 37-43-14 with a 2.98 goals-against average and.900 save percentage. Lire la suite »

London house prices slow as United Kingdom sees pick up


The North West experienced the highest rate of annual house price growth in September, at an average of 7.3%. "Limited stock and high demand continues to drive annual house price growth, and it's only making home ownership a more exclusive club", said Duncombe. Lire la suite »

Carey Price shares health update


Price nevertheless hinted that the injury is not serious, and that he will benefit from the extra time to heal which Charlie Lindgren's strong play has afforded him. Price insisted the injury is minor and that he would "absolutely" be ready to play if the Canadiens were in the playoffs. Niemi appeared in two games with the Panthers, both in relief of James Reimer, posting an.872 save percentage and a 5.08 goals-against average. Lire la suite »

Sri Lanka dream of first-ever Test victory on Indian soil


Apart from Jadeja, India skipper Virat Kohli - now ranked sixth - will also be eyeing a return to the top five among batsmen as he presently trails Australia's David Warner by just one point. Ahead of the series, the Sri Lankan players attended the Dialog Cricket Awards 2017 ceremony, a function where some big names from Sri Lankan cricket were felicitated. Lire la suite »

Sock defeats Cilic to maintain semis push


Serve dominated the rest of the set but Cilic edged 4-2 up in the tie-break when the ball struck the net chord and Sock failed to dig it over. "That was a tough one for sure", Sock told Sky Sports' Annabel Croft during his on-court interview. Lire la suite »

Louisville City FC wins USL Cup title


In a game of few chances, Moloto was handed a starting berth - his 29th of the season - upfront, and thought he had netted the opener 36 minutes in, letting fly from outside the box as Louisville keeper Gregory Ranjitsingh produced a diving save to his right to deny the South African. Lire la suite »

Jerry Jones won't stop fighting owners in Roger Goodell talks


The Washington Post reported that if Jones is guilty of conduct detrimental to the league, he could be fined, the team could lose draft picks and Jones could face discipline, to include suspension. During an appearance on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas on Tuesday, Jones said he has no plans to back off his mission to throw a wrench into the Goodell extension plans and called talk that there could be a push to force him out as owner of the Cowboys "laughable and ridiculous". Lire la suite »

Wenger speaks on Manchester City unbeaten run


Moving on to Sterling, Wenger attempted to soften his attack on the 22-year-old, but still came across as very bitter. I haven't decided that, it's a fact that my life is linked with football, in what way [in the future] it will be linked with my physical state. Lire la suite »

Brendon Hartley forced to retire at Brazilian Grand Prix


Hamilton, who won the title in Mexico two weeks ago, started from the pit lane after changes to his auto following a crash in qualifying then began a thrilling charge through the field. On the track, Sebastian Vettel bounced back from his world championship disappointment in fine style, winning a sunlit GP for Ferrari . Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff described his stirring performance, with a series of overtakes, as "a champion's drive". Lire la suite »

Root tells Australia to 'bring it on' for Ashes


We are in a good place and ready for that. "We have got our heads around what to expect". "Fear is not the right word to describe England's attitude. "But ultimately getting runs and good habits here and getting in good habits is the way we have to approach it". The captain also revealed his playing XI for the four-day game, which will miss England's highest Test wicket-taker James Anderson because of illness. Lire la suite »

Le taureau Tebas revient à la charge, le PSG trinque — Mercato


Ce n'est pas un problème avec Neymar . Selon Le Parisien, Aleksander Ceferin, président de la fédération européenne de football, aurait depuis rassuré la patronne de la LFP, lui assurant que les critiques de Tebas n'avaient aucune influence sur le travail de l'ICFC, l'Instance de contrôle financier des clubs de l'UEFA qui enquête actuellement sur le mercato du PSG. Lire la suite »

LeBron James: 'Deshaun Watson should be a Brown'

James said Monday that the Browns should have taken former Clemson Tigers quarterback Deshaun Watson . "Doesn't mean that [2017 NFL Draft first overall pick] Myles Garrett isn't going to be a great football player". In an attempt to clear up comments made Saturday regarding National Basketball Association rookie point guards, LeBron James stepped into the NFL arena and brought the lowly Browns into the conversation. Lire la suite »

Hypocritical De La Hoya calls out McGregor


The 44-year-old last fought in December, 2006, when he was knocked out by Manny Pacquiao in eight rounds. I'm faster than ever and stronger than ever. You heard it on Golden Boy Radio. "Let's get it straight: In the cage, he would freaking destroy me". De La Hoya famously referred to the Mayweather-McGregor fight as a "farce" while making a point to say that he thought the sport of boxing may never recover from such a bout. Lire la suite »

Boston Red Sox announce death of Hall of Famer Bobby Doerr


Doerr began his Red Sox career in 1937 at only 19 years old. " Bobby Doerr was part of an era of baseball giants and still stood out as one himself", Red Sox owner John Henry said in a statement. One of the most respected players of his time, Doerr was said to have "retired with no enemies". Following his playing career that concluded in 1951, Doerr went back to OR to become a cattle rancher. Lire la suite »

Ashes digest: Pat Cummins wants to emulate Mitchell Johnson


Cummins burst onto the global scene in 2011, taking 7-117 on his debut against South Africa at the Wanderers but he had to wait six years to play in his second Test after numerous injury problems. "Having those five or six years [on the sidelines]". When asked about his hopes of playing in a full series, he added: "I feel like I'm in the best position I can be, but we'll have to wait and see". Lire la suite »

Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly plans to leave Real Madrid


Reportedly, Ronaldo rejected contract renewal from the Spanish club. Spanish media outlet Don Balon reported that Ronaldo "exploded" at the new offer from Madrid. When asked earlier this month he was expecting to sign a new deal with Madrid, Ronaldo told beIN Sports: 'I don't want to renew. Ronaldo said,"I don't want to renew. Lire la suite »

Andersson ne veut pas entendre parler de Zlatan — Suède


Zlatan Ibrahimovic , qui n'a pas encore rejoué avec Manchester United après sa grave blessure à un genou au printemps dernier, a pris sa retraite internationale après l'Euro 2016 en France. On a des joueurs qui jouent partout en Europe et qui sont d'un bon niveau. Je suis très heureux et surtout pour ces joueurs. Zlatan, lui, l'a déjà jouée en 2002 et 2006. Lire la suite »