October 2016


Rory McIlroy brings Europes stirring Ryder Cup comeback against USA to life

After losing the morning foursomes 4-0 on the opening day of the Ryder Cup, Europe rallied in the afternoon fourballs to close at 5-3 down thanks to Rory McIlroys magnificent eagle With four matches of this Ryder Cup complete Europes obituary was half-written. The USA, inspired by the legend of Arnold Palmer, claimed the first […]

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Arsne Wenger has perfect criteria for England, says FA chief executive

Martin Glenn has said that successful international managers tend to be older while claiming the behaviour of former England manager Sam Allardyce could not have been predicted Arsne Wenger is one of a handful of managers with the perfect criteria to become the next England manager in the wake of Sam Allardyces ill-starred tenure, according […]

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Crystal Palaces Christian Benteke heads home to earn draw with Everton

Christian Benteke headed home in the second half for Crystal Palace to cancel out Romelu Lukakus free-kick and Everton had to be content with a 1-1 draw Evertons impressive start to the season is in danger of fizzling out. They avoided a third consecutive defeat here,

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Joakim Noah makes anti-war protest and declines West Point invitation

Knicks star says he doesnt agree with sending young men and women to fight wars abroad but insists hes not anti-troops New York Knicks center Joakim Noah said on Friday he chose to miss a team dinner at the West Point military academy because he is anti-war. The Knicks are holding a training camp at […]

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Unnamed person killed after being hit by Eurostar train in France

Long delays followed the incident about 30 miles south-east of Calais A person has been killed after being hit by a Eurostar train in northern France, the company has said. Passengers were told to expect long delays after the incident, which happened on Friday afternoon. The identity of the person killed has not been released. […]

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Sons of El Chapo suspected of Mexican convoy ambush that killed five soldiers

Drug cartel suspected of trying to free wounded prisoner in brazen attack on outskirts of Sinaloa state capital, Culiacn Five Mexican soldiers were killed in a brazen ambush on a military convoy apparently launched by the sons of imprisoned drug lord culiacan attack map Fridays attack on the outskirts of Culiacn, the capital of Sinaloa […]

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The other 15%: what effect will third-party voters have on the election?

Gary Johnson, Jill Stein and Evan McMullin are winning over quite a few voters and they appear to be drawing equally from potential Democrats and Republicans Readers are much better at asking smart questions than I am, which is why I have been ending each of these articles with a request to get in touch […]

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