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Charges against the a former chief inspector accused of trying to blame Liverpool fans for the Hillsborough have been dropped.
CPS drops Hillsborough charges against Bettison
Charges against the a former chief inspector accused of trying to blame Liverpool fans for the Hillsborough have been dropped.
Jimmie Johnson placed ninth in Saturday's Cup race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
NASCAR America: Jimmie Johnson earns best finish in nine races
Jimmie Johnson placed ninth in Saturday's Cup race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Jakarta is notorious for its air pollution and traffic jams (AFP Photo/BAY ISMOYO)
Jakarta is notorious for its air pollution and traffic jams
Jakarta is notorious for its air pollution and traffic jams (AFP Photo/BAY ISMOYO)
The Blues spent big on the Italy international midfielder over the summer and have seen him slot seamlessly into the fold at Stamford Bridge
'Good players can play anywhere' - Jorginho's Chelsea impact no surprise to agent
The Blues spent big on the Italy international midfielder over the summer and have seen him slot seamlessly into the fold at Stamford Bridge
The Blues spent big on the Italy international midfielder over the summer and have seen him slot seamlessly into the fold at Stamford Bridge
'Good players can play anywhere' - Jorginho's Chelsea impact no surprise to agent
The Blues spent big on the Italy international midfielder over the summer and have seen him slot seamlessly into the fold at Stamford Bridge
Clarence Seedorf was appointed Cameroon coach earlier this month (AFP Photo/MIGUEL RIOPA)
Clarence Seedorf was appointed Cameroon coach earlier this month
Clarence Seedorf was appointed Cameroon coach earlier this month (AFP Photo/MIGUEL RIOPA)
Alexander Zverev and Nick Kyrgios can be the ATP Tour's stars in the future, but Andre Agassi does not feel they are ready yet.
Who can take over from Federer, Nadal & Djokovic? Agassi backs Zverev, Kyrgios
Alexander Zverev and Nick Kyrgios can be the ATP Tour's stars in the future, but Andre Agassi does not feel they are ready yet.
Do not count the Clippers out of the chase.
Kawhi Leonard’s “preference” reportedly still to sign in Los Angeles
Do not count the Clippers out of the chase.
Do not count the Clippers out of the chase.
Kawhi Leonard’s “preference” reportedly still to sign in Los Angeles
Do not count the Clippers out of the chase.
The 22-year-old has announced his readiness for their tie against the Portuguese side at the Toumba Stadium
Champions League: PAOK’s Chuba Akpon in ‘good spirits’ ahead of Benfica tie
The 22-year-old has announced his readiness for their tie against the Portuguese side at the Toumba Stadium
Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system should not be introduced in the Premier League says Crystal Palace's Serbian midfielder Luka Milivojevic (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK )
Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system should not be introduced in the Premier League says Crystal Palace's Serbian midfielder Luka Milivojevic
Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system should not be introduced in the Premier League says Crystal Palace's Serbian midfielder Luka Milivojevic (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK )
The Senegal international insists on developing himself in the French top-flight and the desire to see out his contract at the Roazhon Park
‘It’s too early to leave’ – Ismaila Sarr commits future to Rennes amid Barca interest
The Senegal international insists on developing himself in the French top-flight and the desire to see out his contract at the Roazhon Park
Contract makes Adrian Peterson a no-risk acquisition for the Redskins
Bristol Motor Speedway states that fan 'repeatedly confronted Kyle Busch verbally and physically while he was signing autographs for fans.'
Bristol Motor Speedway issues statement on fan confronting Kyle Busch (video)
Bristol Motor Speedway states that fan 'repeatedly confronted Kyle Busch verbally and physically while he was signing autographs for fans.'
China's Liu Xiang celebrates after winning the women's 50m backstroke final during the swimming competition at the 18th Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)
Liu breaks 50-meter backstroke world record at Asian Games
China's Liu Xiang celebrates after winning the women's 50m backstroke final during the swimming competition at the 18th Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)
China's Liu Xiang celebrates after winning the women's 50m backstroke final during the swimming competition at the 18th Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)
Liu breaks 50-meter backstroke world record at Asian Games
China's Liu Xiang celebrates after winning the women's 50m backstroke final during the swimming competition at the 18th Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)
Women's 50m backstroke gold medalist China's Liu Xiang, centre, stands with silver medalist China's Fu Yuanhui, left, and bronze medalist Japan's Natsumi Sakai on the podium during the swimming competition at the 18th Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)
Liu breaks 50-meter backstroke world record at Asian Games
Women's 50m backstroke gold medalist China's Liu Xiang, centre, stands with silver medalist China's Fu Yuanhui, left, and bronze medalist Japan's Natsumi Sakai on the podium during the swimming competition at the 18th Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)
Magic of the Cup!
FFA Cup: Melbourne Victory stunned by APIA Leichhardt, Sydney FC survive scare
Magic of the Cup!
No wonder they're everywhere.
Skoda Celebrates Manufacturing One Millionth SUV
No wonder they're everywhere.
No wonder they're everywhere.
Skoda Celebrates Manufacturing One Millionth SUV
No wonder they're everywhere.
The Matsatsantsa mentor is taking nothing for granted ahead of their MTN8 clash against Amakhosi
Kaitano Tembo admits that SuperSport United's emphasis is on the league
The Matsatsantsa mentor is taking nothing for granted ahead of their MTN8 clash against Amakhosi
Swansea-Leeds United, Championship: el equipo de Bielsa busca la quinta victoria consecutiva
Swansea-Leeds United, Championship: el equipo de Bielsa busca la quinta victoria consecutiva
Swansea-Leeds United, Championship: el equipo de Bielsa busca la quinta victoria consecutiva
Paul Scholes' comments about Paul Pogba not showing leadership at Manchester United have caused the Frenchman's agent to hit back on social media.
Socialeyesed - Pogba's agent Raiola hits back at Scholes criticism
Paul Scholes' comments about Paul Pogba not showing leadership at Manchester United have caused the Frenchman's agent to hit back on social media.
Paul Scholes' comments about Paul Pogba not showing leadership at Manchester United have caused the Frenchman's agent to hit back on social media.
Socialeyesed - Pogba's agent Raiola hits back at Scholes criticism
Paul Scholes' comments about Paul Pogba not showing leadership at Manchester United have caused the Frenchman's agent to hit back on social media.
Paul Scholes' comments about Paul Pogba not showing leadership at Manchester United have caused the Frenchman's agent to hit back on social media.
Socialeyesed - Pogba's agent Raiola hits back at Scholes criticism
Paul Scholes' comments about Paul Pogba not showing leadership at Manchester United have caused the Frenchman's agent to hit back on social media.
Usain Bolt has set his sights on joining Manchester United, should his trials at Central Coast Mariners be a success.
Bolt targets 'dream' move to Manchester United after Mariners trial
Usain Bolt has set his sights on joining Manchester United, should his trials at Central Coast Mariners be a success.
Usain Bolt has set his sights on joining Manchester United, should his trials at Central Coast Mariners be a success.
Bolt targets 'dream' move to Manchester United after Mariners trial
Usain Bolt has set his sights on joining Manchester United, should his trials at Central Coast Mariners be a success.
Usain Bolt has set his sights on joining Manchester United, should his trials at Central Coast Mariners be a success.
Bolt targets 'dream' move to Manchester United after Mariners trial
Usain Bolt has set his sights on joining Manchester United, should his trials at Central Coast Mariners be a success.
Defensa y Justicia-Banfield, Copa Sudamericana: horario, TV y formaciones
Defensa y Justicia-Banfield, Copa Sudamericana: horario, TV y formaciones
Defensa y Justicia-Banfield, Copa Sudamericana: horario, TV y formaciones
<p>During any given game, baseball managers have two basic forces at work -- play to win that day, or play with an eye toward the future. Alex Cora seemed to get caught betwixt and between in Monday's 5-4 loss to the Indians.</p>
Drellich: Why Cora's bullpen plan didn't make sense Monday

During any given game, baseball managers have two basic forces at work -- play to win that day, or play with an eye toward the future. Alex Cora seemed to get caught betwixt and between in Monday's 5-4 loss to the Indians.

<p>During any given game, baseball managers have two basic forces at work -- play to win that day, or play with an eye toward the future. Alex Cora seemed to get caught betwixt and between in Monday's 5-4 loss to the Indians.</p>
Drellich: Why Cora's bullpen plan didn't make sense Monday

During any given game, baseball managers have two basic forces at work -- play to win that day, or play with an eye toward the future. Alex Cora seemed to get caught betwixt and between in Monday's 5-4 loss to the Indians.

<p>During any given game, baseball managers have two basic forces at work -- play to win that day, or play with an eye toward the future. Alex Cora seemed to get caught betwixt and between in Monday's 5-4 loss to the Indians.</p>
Drellich: Why Cora's bullpen plan didn't make sense Monday

During any given game, baseball managers have two basic forces at work -- play to win that day, or play with an eye toward the future. Alex Cora seemed to get caught betwixt and between in Monday's 5-4 loss to the Indians.

Independiente-Santos, Copa Libertadores: horario, TV y formaciones
Independiente-Santos, Copa Libertadores: horario, TV y formaciones
Independiente-Santos, Copa Libertadores: horario, TV y formaciones
Manchester City are bidding to become the first side to win back-to-back Premier League titles since Manchester United did in 2008 and 2009.
Kompany: Different Man City must not be complacent
Manchester City are bidding to become the first side to win back-to-back Premier League titles since Manchester United did in 2008 and 2009.
Phil Neville has sensibly picked an experienced England squad for the decisive Women’s World Cup qualifier against Wales next week after experimenting with younger players in recent matches. England must avoid defeat in Newport – after failing to beat Group One leaders Wales in Southampton earlier this year – to qualify for the tournament automatically. A failure to do so, would be a huge shock and would put a severe dent in Neville’s reputation after he was chosen to replace Mark Sampson as manager back in March, despite having never worked within the women’s game. A victory in Newport next Friday, though, would justify that decision and would mean England qualified for the finals in France next summer with a game to spare. A draw would also give them a chance of topping the group, as they would be only one point behind Wales, with a game in hand, against Kazakhstan on September. Gabby George is the only player in the squad yet to receive a senior cap Credit: Getty Images Given England rose to number one in the world earlier this year after a successful SheBelieves Cup in the USA, few will be expecting Wales to win, but they have been in superb form during this qualification campaign and held England to a goalless draw in Southampton. “We are looking forward to the Wales game and know we have to be ready for the challenge,” said Neville. “They will be determined to make the most of home advantage and their crowd will be expecting a victory. “Wales are top of the group and deserve total respect. We will have to be at our very best to get the result we need and no one in our squad is looking beyond this match. I know my players are up for it and will be fully focused on the job they have to do.” Only Gabby George in the 23-player squad is yet to receive a senior cap, while Neville has been able to welcome back Manchester United defender Alex Greenwood after suspension ruled her out of the trip to Russia in June. The Wales game will also be the first for Neville’s new-look backroom staff with the appointment earlier this month of Bev Priestman as assistant coach. Priestman returned to The FA as Neville’s number two, because former assistant, Casey Stoney, was appointed manager of Manchester United, after a successful spell with Canada. Goalkeepers: Karen Bardsley (Manchester City), Mary Earps (Wolfsburg), Carly Telford (Chelsea) Defenders: Millie Bright (Chelsea), Lucy Bronze (Lyon), Rachel Daly (Houston Dash), Gabby George (Everton), Alex Greenwood (Manchester United ), Steph Houghton (Manchester City), Abbie McManus (Manchester City), Leah Williamson (Arsenal) Midfielders: Isobel Christiansen (Lyon), Fran Kirby (Chelsea), Jordan Nobbs (Arsenal), Jill Scott (Manchester City), Keira Walsh (Manchester City), Fara Williams (Reading) Forwards: Toni Duggan (Barcelona), Melissa Lawley (Manchester City), Beth Mead (Arsenal), Nikita Parris (Manchester City), Jodie Taylor (Seattle Reign), Ellen White (Birmingham City).
Phil Neville opts for experience for England's crucial World Cup qualifier against Wales
Phil Neville has sensibly picked an experienced England squad for the decisive Women’s World Cup qualifier against Wales next week after experimenting with younger players in recent matches. England must avoid defeat in Newport – after failing to beat Group One leaders Wales in Southampton earlier this year – to qualify for the tournament automatically. A failure to do so, would be a huge shock and would put a severe dent in Neville’s reputation after he was chosen to replace Mark Sampson as manager back in March, despite having never worked within the women’s game. A victory in Newport next Friday, though, would justify that decision and would mean England qualified for the finals in France next summer with a game to spare. A draw would also give them a chance of topping the group, as they would be only one point behind Wales, with a game in hand, against Kazakhstan on September. Gabby George is the only player in the squad yet to receive a senior cap Credit: Getty Images Given England rose to number one in the world earlier this year after a successful SheBelieves Cup in the USA, few will be expecting Wales to win, but they have been in superb form during this qualification campaign and held England to a goalless draw in Southampton. “We are looking forward to the Wales game and know we have to be ready for the challenge,” said Neville. “They will be determined to make the most of home advantage and their crowd will be expecting a victory. “Wales are top of the group and deserve total respect. We will have to be at our very best to get the result we need and no one in our squad is looking beyond this match. I know my players are up for it and will be fully focused on the job they have to do.” Only Gabby George in the 23-player squad is yet to receive a senior cap, while Neville has been able to welcome back Manchester United defender Alex Greenwood after suspension ruled her out of the trip to Russia in June. The Wales game will also be the first for Neville’s new-look backroom staff with the appointment earlier this month of Bev Priestman as assistant coach. Priestman returned to The FA as Neville’s number two, because former assistant, Casey Stoney, was appointed manager of Manchester United, after a successful spell with Canada. Goalkeepers: Karen Bardsley (Manchester City), Mary Earps (Wolfsburg), Carly Telford (Chelsea) Defenders: Millie Bright (Chelsea), Lucy Bronze (Lyon), Rachel Daly (Houston Dash), Gabby George (Everton), Alex Greenwood (Manchester United ), Steph Houghton (Manchester City), Abbie McManus (Manchester City), Leah Williamson (Arsenal) Midfielders: Isobel Christiansen (Lyon), Fran Kirby (Chelsea), Jordan Nobbs (Arsenal), Jill Scott (Manchester City), Keira Walsh (Manchester City), Fara Williams (Reading) Forwards: Toni Duggan (Barcelona), Melissa Lawley (Manchester City), Beth Mead (Arsenal), Nikita Parris (Manchester City), Jodie Taylor (Seattle Reign), Ellen White (Birmingham City).
Phil Neville has sensibly picked an experienced England squad for the decisive Women’s World Cup qualifier against Wales next week after experimenting with younger players in recent matches. England must avoid defeat in Newport – after failing to beat Group One leaders Wales in Southampton earlier this year – to qualify for the tournament automatically. A failure to do so, would be a huge shock and would put a severe dent in Neville’s reputation after he was chosen to replace Mark Sampson as manager back in March, despite having never worked within the women’s game. A victory in Newport next Friday, though, would justify that decision and would mean England qualified for the finals in France next summer with a game to spare. A draw would also give them a chance of topping the group, as they would be only one point behind Wales, with a game in hand, against Kazakhstan on September. Gabby George is the only player in the squad yet to receive a senior cap Credit: Getty Images Given England rose to number one in the world earlier this year after a successful SheBelieves Cup in the USA, few will be expecting Wales to win, but they have been in superb form during this qualification campaign and held England to a goalless draw in Southampton. “We are looking forward to the Wales game and know we have to be ready for the challenge,” said Neville. “They will be determined to make the most of home advantage and their crowd will be expecting a victory. “Wales are top of the group and deserve total respect. We will have to be at our very best to get the result we need and no one in our squad is looking beyond this match. I know my players are up for it and will be fully focused on the job they have to do.” Only Gabby George in the 23-player squad is yet to receive a senior cap, while Neville has been able to welcome back Manchester United defender Alex Greenwood after suspension ruled her out of the trip to Russia in June. The Wales game will also be the first for Neville’s new-look backroom staff with the appointment earlier this month of Bev Priestman as assistant coach. Priestman returned to The FA as Neville’s number two, because former assistant, Casey Stoney, was appointed manager of Manchester United, after a successful spell with Canada. Goalkeepers: Karen Bardsley (Manchester City), Mary Earps (Wolfsburg), Carly Telford (Chelsea) Defenders: Millie Bright (Chelsea), Lucy Bronze (Lyon), Rachel Daly (Houston Dash), Gabby George (Everton), Alex Greenwood (Manchester United ), Steph Houghton (Manchester City), Abbie McManus (Manchester City), Leah Williamson (Arsenal) Midfielders: Isobel Christiansen (Lyon), Fran Kirby (Chelsea), Jordan Nobbs (Arsenal), Jill Scott (Manchester City), Keira Walsh (Manchester City), Fara Williams (Reading) Forwards: Toni Duggan (Barcelona), Melissa Lawley (Manchester City), Beth Mead (Arsenal), Nikita Parris (Manchester City), Jodie Taylor (Seattle Reign), Ellen White (Birmingham City).
Phil Neville opts for experience for England's crucial World Cup qualifier against Wales
Phil Neville has sensibly picked an experienced England squad for the decisive Women’s World Cup qualifier against Wales next week after experimenting with younger players in recent matches. England must avoid defeat in Newport – after failing to beat Group One leaders Wales in Southampton earlier this year – to qualify for the tournament automatically. A failure to do so, would be a huge shock and would put a severe dent in Neville’s reputation after he was chosen to replace Mark Sampson as manager back in March, despite having never worked within the women’s game. A victory in Newport next Friday, though, would justify that decision and would mean England qualified for the finals in France next summer with a game to spare. A draw would also give them a chance of topping the group, as they would be only one point behind Wales, with a game in hand, against Kazakhstan on September. Gabby George is the only player in the squad yet to receive a senior cap Credit: Getty Images Given England rose to number one in the world earlier this year after a successful SheBelieves Cup in the USA, few will be expecting Wales to win, but they have been in superb form during this qualification campaign and held England to a goalless draw in Southampton. “We are looking forward to the Wales game and know we have to be ready for the challenge,” said Neville. “They will be determined to make the most of home advantage and their crowd will be expecting a victory. “Wales are top of the group and deserve total respect. We will have to be at our very best to get the result we need and no one in our squad is looking beyond this match. I know my players are up for it and will be fully focused on the job they have to do.” Only Gabby George in the 23-player squad is yet to receive a senior cap, while Neville has been able to welcome back Manchester United defender Alex Greenwood after suspension ruled her out of the trip to Russia in June. The Wales game will also be the first for Neville’s new-look backroom staff with the appointment earlier this month of Bev Priestman as assistant coach. Priestman returned to The FA as Neville’s number two, because former assistant, Casey Stoney, was appointed manager of Manchester United, after a successful spell with Canada. Goalkeepers: Karen Bardsley (Manchester City), Mary Earps (Wolfsburg), Carly Telford (Chelsea) Defenders: Millie Bright (Chelsea), Lucy Bronze (Lyon), Rachel Daly (Houston Dash), Gabby George (Everton), Alex Greenwood (Manchester United ), Steph Houghton (Manchester City), Abbie McManus (Manchester City), Leah Williamson (Arsenal) Midfielders: Isobel Christiansen (Lyon), Fran Kirby (Chelsea), Jordan Nobbs (Arsenal), Jill Scott (Manchester City), Keira Walsh (Manchester City), Fara Williams (Reading) Forwards: Toni Duggan (Barcelona), Melissa Lawley (Manchester City), Beth Mead (Arsenal), Nikita Parris (Manchester City), Jodie Taylor (Seattle Reign), Ellen White (Birmingham City).
The Premier League tackle master penned a new six-year deal, thus, shunning interests from top European sides
Positive Leicester City environment encouraged new deal, says Wilfred Ndidi
The Premier League tackle master penned a new six-year deal, thus, shunning interests from top European sides
Joseph Schooling achieved his dream of becoming an Olympic gold medallist, but now it's almost time for him to return to Singapore (AFP Photo/Jewel SAMAD)
Joseph Schooling achieved his dream of becoming an Olympic gold medallist, but now it's almost time for him to return to Singapore
Joseph Schooling achieved his dream of becoming an Olympic gold medallist, but now it's almost time for him to return to Singapore (AFP Photo/Jewel SAMAD)
El ex piloto de McLaren Formula 1, Jenson Button, le mandó un mensaje a Carlos Sainz, sobre el tiempo que pasará para que el equipo vuelva a la gloria de la máxima categoría.
Button advierte Sainz sobre la recuperación de McLaren
El ex piloto de McLaren Formula 1, Jenson Button, le mandó un mensaje a Carlos Sainz, sobre el tiempo que pasará para que el equipo vuelva a la gloria de la máxima categoría.
El ex piloto de McLaren Formula 1, Jenson Button, le mandó un mensaje a Carlos Sainz, sobre el tiempo que pasará para que el equipo vuelva a la gloria de la máxima categoría.
Button advierte Sainz sobre la recuperación de McLaren
El ex piloto de McLaren Formula 1, Jenson Button, le mandó un mensaje a Carlos Sainz, sobre el tiempo que pasará para que el equipo vuelva a la gloria de la máxima categoría.

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