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Daily Archives: October 3, 2017

Danny Trevathan of Chicago Bears has suspension reduced to one game

Chicago Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan has had his two-game suspension trimmed to one game after an appeal. Trevathan was disciplined for a frightening hit last Thursday night that sent Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams to the hospital. Adams was taken off the field

How England U21s’ Premier League minutes compare to Spain, Germany & Italy

England Under-21s lost on penalties to Germany at this summer’s European Championship England’s Under-21 players have played less top-flight football this season than their Spanish, German and Italian counterparts. BBC Sport analysed the minutes played by the squad members of the four 2017 European Under-21

Arsenal fans group oppose Kroenke takeover bid

The Arsenal Supporters’ Trust will continue to oppose any moves to take the club into single ownership and urge Alisher Usmanov not to sell his 30% stake to majority shareholder Stan Kroenke. Reports suggest Kroenke Sports Enterprise UK are set to offer some £525million to buy

Transfer gossip: Kane, Conte, Sandro, Aguero, Ings, Van Gaal

Real Madrid are preparing a 200m euro (£177m) bid for Tottenham striker Harry Kane. The Spanish and European champions are not put off by the huge asking price for the 24-year-old. (Don Balon – in Spanish) Manchester United are confident of signing Arsenal playmaker Mesut

Like father like son: Kinsella on Ireland mission

Being selected for international duty can often be a difficult time away from home, your friends and crucially, your family.  But there’s no such problem for Republic of Ireland U21 midfielder Liam Kinsella. He’ll be able to draw on the experience of his father, former

Northern Ireland mentality totally changed

Gareth McAuley would see no reason for Michael O’Neill’s focused Northern Ireland squad to party like they used to if they beat Germany on Thursday. The reigning world champions head to Belfast having never lost a World Cup qualifier away from home in their entire

Daniel Jacobs – ‘You’re in for a treat’

NEW YORK — Former middleweight world titlist Daniel Jacobs was the biggest star at Tuesday’s press conference, but Luis Arias was certainly the bigger trash-talker. The two middleweights were in Manhattan promoting their Nov. 11 bout at the nearby Nassau Coliseum (HBO, 10 p.m. ET/PT),

Crowds may drop once games aren’t knockout

Former Wexford hurler Tom Dempsey is critical of the new hurling championship format and says he would not have voted for it had he been a delegate at Congress.  At a meeting of a Special Congress in Croke Park last Saturday, the GAA voted to transform