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Daily Archives: September 26, 2017

Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer loses drone in park

CLEVELAND — One of Trevor Bauer‘s infamous drones is missing. The Indians won’t help him look for it. The Cleveland pitcher, who also is an enthusiast of flying the unmanned, remote-controlled devices, lost the drone on Monday in a suburban park where he was zipping

CPA confident of imminent fixtures reform

The Club Players Association (CPA) is confident that a National Master Fixtures Plan aimed at improving player welfare will be in place by the end of October after verbal assurances from the GAA. Saturday’s Special Congress at Croke Park will tackle 22 separate motions, which

Horgan shines off the bench

Daryl Horgan marked his inclusion in Ireland’s provisional squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers with a match-winning assist for Preston on a busy night for Irish players in the Championship. North End moved into fourth place in the table with a 2-1 victory over

Klopp rues misfortune as wasteful Reds settle for draw

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp bemoaned his side’s bad luck as yet more chances went begging in the 1-1 Champions League draw at Spartak Moscow. Philippe Coutinho scored a well-worked first-half equaliser to cancel our Fernando’s free-kick but, despite dominating the attacking play, the Reds had

Guardiola hails ‘extraordinary’ Man City performance

Pep Guardiola felt his Manchester City team came through a tough test as they claimed a nervy 2-0 win over Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League. City were stifled by the confident Ukrainian champions in the Group F clash at the Etihad Stadium but eventually

Kane scores perfect hat-trick as Spurs win

Harry Kane delivered a Champions League masterclass by hitting a hat-trick and leading Tottenham to a 3-0 demolition of Apoel Nicosia. There are few superlatives left to describe Kane’s relentless goalscoring form but the striker broke new ground in Cyprus with his first treble in