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Daily Archives: April 13, 2017

Jose Mourinho blames Manchester United forwards for Anderlecht draw

Zlatan Ibrahimovic could not add to his 28 goals so far this season Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho blamed his side’s “sloppy” attackers after Anderlecht grabbed a late equaliser in the teams’ Europa League quarter-final first leg. United led 1-0 in Belgium until the 86th

NG Dragons: Fly-half Ben Botica has talks with Welsh region

Ben Botica’s father, Frano, played seven Tests for the All Blacks Newport Gwent Dragons have held talks with Kiwi outside-half Ben Botica, but admit it is “difficult” to attract players to Rodney Parade. The son of former All Black Frano Botica is currently playing in

Indians activate Lonnie Chisenhall, option Tyler Naquin to Triple-A

CLEVELAND — The Indians have activated outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall from the 10-day disabled list and optioned outfielder Tyler Naquin to Triple-A Columbus. Chisenhall sprained his right shoulder running into a wall during an exhibition game on March 24. He appeared in four minor league rehab

Win, look good, build fan base

Russian light heavyweight Dmitry Bivol won an interim world title in just his seventh fight but to him that belt is merely an afterthought. He only has eyes for a full title and also believes that putting on a good show for the fans in

Team Sky: UK Anti-Doping Agency investigates alleged use of needles

Josh Edmondson: Former Team Sky rider speaks exclusively to BBC Sports Editor Dan Roan The UK Anti-Doping Agency (Ukad) is investigating claims Team Sky may have breached cycling’s ‘no needles’ policy, according to the Press Association. Governing body the UCI introduced the ban in 2011,

Nicola Adams to fight 3-minute rounds in next bout

British flyweight Nicola Adams, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, has had it with the two-minute rounds that are a boxing standard for women’s professional fights. She’s going to do what the men do — fight three-minute rounds. Adams won a shutout four-round decision in her