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Ex-West Ham boss Slaven Bilic appointed by Saudi side Al Ittihad

Slaven Bilic has been appointed head coach of Saudi Arabian side Al Ittihad, his first coaching position since being sacked by West Ham last season.cheap nike nfl jerseys china Bilic, who has also taken charge of Croatia, Lokomotiv Moscow and Besiktas, signed a three-year deal on Thursday. “Bilic will train Ittihad throughout the upcoming phase […]

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Aguero alternatives: Which Tier 1 forwards are best?

There were no hat tricks in Matchweek 6 in the Premier League. In fact, Eden Hazard didn’t score a single goal — and only took two shots — in Chelsea’s scoreless draw at West Ham. But he remains the overall fantasy points leader, with 126.4. Two players scored a brace this weekend — Riyad Mahrez […]

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Yankees rookies Andujar, Torres braced for postseason pressure

“He comes to me and says, ‘Hey. Play your game. Enjoy the moment, this awesome moment. And never change your [mentality],’” Torres said, recounting what he considers the most important lesson he has been taught during his first season in the big leagues.cheap nfl jerseys china nike For a player who has had a bit […]

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‘Good night, Mr. Young’: A’s closer Blake Treinen on Cy-worthy run

During a recent homestand, Blake Treinen was on his way out of the Oakland Coliseum when he passed by a security guard who addressed him as “Ty.” Although the Oakland Athletics closer was confused, he didn’t think much of it at the time. A couple of days later, Treinen walked by the same guard. For […]

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Carmelo Anthony can’t rule out bench role with Rockets

That is a significant change from a year ago, when Anthony mockingly asked, “Who, me?” when asked about his willingness to come off the bench for the Oklahoma City Thunder. “At the end of the day, we’re all going to camp to figure out what works in order for this team to try to win […]

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Steve Kerr says Warriors aren’t looking at season as final dance

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr is hopeful that his team — after winning three of the past four NBA titles — is not about to dance its last dance. When a comparison between this season’s Warriors and the 1997-98 Bulls title-winning team was proposed, Kerr, who was a member of that Chicago squad, knocked […]

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Muhammad Wilkerson out for season with ‘significant’ injury

Green Bay Packers defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson will miss the rest of the 2018 season because of an ankle injury he suffered Sunday, a source told ESPN’s Rob Demovsky. Packers coach Mike McCarthy on Monday called the injury “significant” and said it required him to stay overnight in Washington for a procedure so he can […]

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William Hayes tears ACL after trying to avoid flag on sack

Miami Dolphins defensive end William Hayes tore the ACL in his right knee on Sunday in an unusual way. It happened while Hayes completed a huge third-down sack on Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, coach Adam Gase said. “He was trying to not put body weight on the quarterback,” Gase said. “His foot got caught […]

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Harbaugh, Frost and the joy (and pain) of coaching your alma mater

Twenty-two head coaches in the FBS share the responsibility of leading the programs for which they played. There’s joy in the experience, immense pride and always, at some point, a dash of pain. “You can’t call it work,” said Appalachian State coach Scott Satterfield, who quarterbacked the Mountaineers from 1992 to ’95. The highs are […]

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Meet the receivers fueling Alabama’s potent passing game

A bond exists between members of the same recruiting class, and in particular players at the same position. But a group of Alabama wide receivers felt different last season. Whether on the field or on the bench, former four-star prospects Jerry Jeudy, Henry Ruggs III and DeVonta Smith were practically inseparable as freshmen. In fact, […]