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Daily Archives: January 9, 2018

McGuinness targets European role after Beijing exit

Jim McGuinness has set his sights on a coaching role in Europe¬†after leaving Chinese club Beijing Sinobo Guoan for what they describe as “personal, family reasons”. McGuinness thanked the owner of the club and wished them well for the season, stating: “The respect and hospitality

PGA Tour veteran Brad Fritsch gets three-month suspension for PEDs

Veteran PGA Tour player Brad Fritsch received a three-month suspension for violating the organization’s ban on the use of performance-enhancing substances. The tour announced Tuesday that Fritsch, 40, self-reported the anti-doping violation when he learned he had taken a supplement with an ingredient that is

Santiago Cordero: Leicester Tigers keen on signing Argentina back

Santiago Cordero has played 33 Tests for Argentina Leicester Tigers head coach Matt O’Connor is interested in signing versatile Argentina back Santiago Cordero as injury dispensation cover. Tigers have been plagued by injuries this season, with Telusa Veainu and Afa Pakalan both still out and

Els looking forward to Old Boys reunion at SA Open

Ernie Els has spoken of his excitement about the South African stars who have responded to the apparent ‘Boys are Back’ theme of the 107th playing of the South African Open, which he has won five times. This week’s field at Glendower CC includes four

The MMA fight I most want to see in 2018 is…

With the new year now upon us, let’s put 2017 in the rear-view and focus on the possibilities that lie ahead for MMA in 2018. There are a multitude of intriguing fights that could be made and resurrect a sport that many thought had a

NBA player rankings – Steph Curry returns to MVP form

Every week, we’ll rank the top 10 players from the previous week using game score as our starting point. Created by former ESPN.com stats guru and current Grizzlies VP of basketball operations John Hollinger, game score measures a player’s productivity for a single outing based