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Memorable Ashes Moments: Flintoff consoles Lee after England edge Edgbaston thriller

Our rundown of great Ashes moments takes in the thrilling 2005 series for the first time, as we look at the Edgbaston classic.

One of the main suspects in the huge Fifagate scandal being investigated by the US Justice Department, Nicolas Leoz is currently under house arrest in Asuncion

One of the main suspects in the huge Fifagate scandal being investigated by the US Justice Department, Nicolas Leoz is currently under house arrest in Asuncion (AFP Photo/NORBERTO DUARTE)

Sporting KC's Tim Melia named MLS Goalkeeper of the Year

FILE - In this April 22, 2017, file photo, Sporting Kansas City goalkeeper Tim Melia (29) defends the goal during the second half of an MLS soccer match against FC Dallas in Frisco, Texas. Melia has been named Major League Soccers Goalkeeper of the Year, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)

'Brother don't go' – Moreno urges Coutinho to reject Barcelona switch

The Brazil star may end up leaving Liverpool, but his team-mate is doing all he can to make him stay on Merseyside

'Brother don't go' – Moreno urges Coutinho to reject Barcelona switch

The Brazil star may end up leaving Liverpool, but his team-mate is doing all he can to make him stay on Merseyside

Cristiano, desafiante: "No le temo al PSG"

El delantero del Real Madrid recuerda que los blancos son los vigentes campeones de Europa. "Debemos respetar eso", asegura.

ECHL team to celebrate ‘Mighty Ducks’ trilogy with three different jerseys (Photo)

How about a Bash Brothers bobblehead?

ECHL team to celebrate ‘Mighty Ducks’ trilogy with three different jerseys (Photo)

How about a Bash Brothers bobblehead?

ECHL team to celebrate ‘Mighty Ducks’ trilogy with three different jerseys (Photo)

How about a Bash Brothers bobblehead?

ECHL team to celebrate ‘Mighty Ducks’ trilogy with three different jerseys (Photo)

How about a Bash Brothers bobblehead?

Arsenal negotiate departure of chief scout Steve Rowley as overhaul gathers pace

The overhaul of Arsenal around Arsène Wenger is gathering pace with the club negotiating the departure of the long-serving chief scout, Steve Rowley, the latest of the Frenchman’s allies behind the scenes to vacate his key role. Rowley, 58, who pre-dates Wenger’s 1996 arrival, will step down as chief scout although there could yet be an agreement where he does some freelance work for the club in some capacity. He was with Wenger through his successful first decade at Arsenal and beyond, elevated to the position of chief scout by the current Arsenal manager having worked his way up the hierarchy. There has been no official announcement from the club as yet on Rowley, whose service at Arsenal is understood to have stretched longer than 35 years, but internally his departure has been recognised as another major change, in a series being implemented by chief executive Ivan Gazidis. Saturday’s derby at home against Tottenham Hotspur will be another key moment in the season and a bad result will undoubtedly provoke more supporter unrest. Many of the changes have been led by Trevor Saving, the chief operations officer at the club, who was responsible for the recruitment of head of high performance Darren Burgess and has also brought in David Priestley to work on the mental preparation of the Arsenal players. Priestley formerly worked at the rugby union club Saracens where he was head of psychology and personal development, joining Arsenal three years ago.   Gazidis has tripled the number of support staff around the first team and junior sides at Arsenal and Rowley will be replaced when the terms of his departure are finalised. Gazidis has also introduced a new performance nutritionist, Richard Allison. Ivan Gazidis has been the driver of structural change at Arsenal Credit: Mike Egerton/PA Wenger has been loyal to a small circle of staffwith assistant Bora Primorac; fitness coach Tony Colbert and goalkeeper coach Gerry Peyton maintaining their positions at the club. Burgess now works directly with first-team players having arrived in the summer. Although Rowley is leaving, Wenger is expected to retain the services of Gilles Grimandi, the former player who is now one of the club’s scouts and very close to his former manager. The Borussia Dortmund chief scout, Sven Mislintat, has been suggested as an long-term replacement for Rowley but no final decision has yet been made on who will take the role The focus behind the scenes has been on the future of Alexis Sánchez and Mesut Özil, and the club now increasingly accepts that neither of the pair who are out contract next summer will re-sign with Arsenal. Sánchez is the more likely of the two to leave in January and Manchester City retain their interest in signing him. There has been no offer made by the club to Jack Wilshere, also out of contract in the summer, nor has the former England midfielder been approached for discussions over his future. Among the many new appointments made has been lawyer Huss Fahmy, formerly of cycling’s Team Sky, the executive who will be responsible for player contracts. He is currently being mentored by the club’s official transfer negotiator Dick Law, who is also on his way out.

Arsenal negotiate departure of chief scout Steve Rowley as overhaul gathers pace

The overhaul of Arsenal around Arsène Wenger is gathering pace with the club negotiating the departure of the long-serving chief scout, Steve Rowley, the latest of the Frenchman’s allies behind the scenes to vacate his key role. Rowley, 58, who pre-dates Wenger’s 1996 arrival, will step down as chief scout although there could yet be an agreement where he does some freelance work for the club in some capacity. He was with Wenger through his successful first decade at Arsenal and beyond, elevated to the position of chief scout by the current Arsenal manager having worked his way up the hierarchy. There has been no official announcement from the club as yet on Rowley, whose service at Arsenal is understood to have stretched longer than 35 years, but internally his departure has been recognised as another major change, in a series being implemented by chief executive Ivan Gazidis. Saturday’s derby at home against Tottenham Hotspur will be another key moment in the season and a bad result will undoubtedly provoke more supporter unrest. Many of the changes have been led by Trevor Saving, the chief operations officer at the club, who was responsible for the recruitment of head of high performance Darren Burgess and has also brought in David Priestley to work on the mental preparation of the Arsenal players. Priestley formerly worked at the rugby union club Saracens where he was head of psychology and personal development, joining Arsenal three years ago.   Gazidis has tripled the number of support staff around the first team and junior sides at Arsenal and Rowley will be replaced when the terms of his departure are finalised. Gazidis has also introduced a new performance nutritionist, Richard Allison. Ivan Gazidis has been the driver of structural change at Arsenal Credit: Mike Egerton/PA Wenger has been loyal to a small circle of staffwith assistant Bora Primorac; fitness coach Tony Colbert and goalkeeper coach Gerry Peyton maintaining their positions at the club. Burgess now works directly with first-team players having arrived in the summer. Although Rowley is leaving, Wenger is expected to retain the services of Gilles Grimandi, the former player who is now one of the club’s scouts and very close to his former manager. The Borussia Dortmund chief scout, Sven Mislintat, has been suggested as an long-term replacement for Rowley but no final decision has yet been made on who will take the role The focus behind the scenes has been on the future of Alexis Sánchez and Mesut Özil, and the club now increasingly accepts that neither of the pair who are out contract next summer will re-sign with Arsenal. Sánchez is the more likely of the two to leave in January and Manchester City retain their interest in signing him. There has been no offer made by the club to Jack Wilshere, also out of contract in the summer, nor has the former England midfielder been approached for discussions over his future. Among the many new appointments made has been lawyer Huss Fahmy, formerly of cycling’s Team Sky, the executive who will be responsible for player contracts. He is currently being mentored by the club’s official transfer negotiator Dick Law, who is also on his way out.

Portugal's Adrien Silva might not be able to play for his new club, Leicester, until the English transfer window opens again on January 1

Portugal's Adrien Silva might not be able to play for his new club, Leicester, until the English transfer window opens again on January 1 (AFP Photo/Yuri KADOBNOV)

Manchester City-Leicester City Preview

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - MAY 13: Jamie Vardy of Leicester City in action with Yaya Toure of Manchester City during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Leicester City at Etihad Stadium on May 13 , 2017 in Manchester, United Kingdom. (Photo by Plumb Images/Leicester City FC via Getty Images)

Kevin Durant: LeBron is 'My F---ing Idol'

Kevin Durant says he idolizes LeBron James, the player who has arguably overshadowed him through the years.

Kevin Durant: LeBron is 'My F---ing Idol'

Kevin Durant says he idolizes LeBron James, the player who has arguably overshadowed him through the years.

Kevin Durant: LeBron is 'My F---ing Idol'

Kevin Durant says he idolizes LeBron James, the player who has arguably overshadowed him through the years.

Kevin Durant: LeBron is 'My F---ing Idol'

Kevin Durant says he idolizes LeBron James, the player who has arguably overshadowed him through the years.

Cristiano: "Mi sueño es ganar el quinto Balón de Oro"

En una entrevista con L'Equipe, el delantero del Real Madrid reveló que anhela conseguir nuevamente el trofeo que entrega la revista France Football.

Aubameyang dropped by Dortmund for 'disciplinary reasons'

The Gabon international will not form part of the squad against Stuttgart, but his team have not confirmed the nature of his indiscretion

Ex-France minister has to pay damages to Nadal

Rafael Nadal of Spain waves to supporters after losing his singles tennis match against David Goffin of Belgium at the ATP World Finals at the O2 Arena in London, Monday, Nov. 13, 2017. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

Ex-France minister has to pay damages to Nadal

Rafael Nadal of Spain shouts during his singles tennis match against David Goffin of Belgium at the ATP World Finals at the O2 Arena in London, Monday, Nov. 13, 2017. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

ISL 2017: Kerala Blasters goalkeeper Paul Rachubka looks back at his Manchester United days

The former Manchester United academy graduate has fond memories of his time at the English Premier League club...

ISL 2017: Kerala Blasters goalkeeper Paul Rachubka looks back at his Manchester United days

The former Manchester United academy graduate has fond memories of his time at the English Premier League club...

ISL 2017: Kerala Blasters goalkeeper Paul Rachubka looks back at his Manchester United days

The former Manchester United academy graduate has fond memories of his time at the English Premier League club...

ISL 2017: Kerala Blasters goalkeeper Paul Rachubka looks back at his Manchester United days

The former Manchester United academy graduate has fond memories of his time at the English Premier League club...

ISL 2017: Kerala Blasters goalkeeper Paul Rachubka looks back at his Manchester United days

The former Manchester United academy graduate has fond memories of his time at the English Premier League club...

ISL 2017: Kerala Blasters goalkeeper Paul Rachubka looks back at his Manchester United days

The former Manchester United academy graduate has fond memories of his time at the English Premier League club...

Sorting through the biggest surprises in the Eastern Conference: the Cavs, Celtics, Pistons, Sixers and more

http://www.nbcsports.com/washington/video/wizards-road-diaries-ep-4-making-it-rain-miamiAre the Pistons legitimate? Will the Cavs keep struggling? Let's look at the biggest surprises in the East.

Rafael Nadal wins 12,000 euros in damages and legal fees from Roselyne Bachelot after she alleged he faked an injury in 2012

Rafael Nadal wins 12,000 euros in damages and legal fees from Roselyne Bachelot after she alleged he faked an injury in 2012 (AFP Photo/)

LeBron James credits win streak to staying overnight during road games

The Cavaliers have won their last three games during their road trip, and LeBron James said it's because the team is staying overnight.

Bears' challenge backfires

Bears running back Benny Cunningham's fumble goes out of the end zone while diving for a touchdown and this results in a touchback and Packers ball.

Bears' challenge backfires

Bears running back Benny Cunningham's fumble goes out of the end zone while diving for a touchdown and this results in a touchback and Packers ball.

Bears' challenge backfires

Bears running back Benny Cunningham's fumble goes out of the end zone while diving for a touchdown and this results in a touchback and Packers ball.

Neymar is staying here - Emery

PSG head coach Unai Emery insisted that Neymar is totally with the team and staying at the club despite rumours the Brazilian was frustrated after making his world-record transfer fee from Barcelona.

Neymar is staying here - Emery

PSG head coach Unai Emery insisted that Neymar is totally with the team and staying at the club despite rumours the Brazilian was frustrated after making his world-record transfer fee from Barcelona.

Neymar is staying here - Emery

PSG head coach Unai Emery insisted that Neymar is totally with the team and staying at the club despite rumours the Brazilian was frustrated after making his world-record transfer fee from Barcelona.

Imagen de archivo del presidente de la CONCACAF, Victor Montagliani, durante una rueda de prensa.

Imagen de archivo del presidente de la CONCACAF, Victor Montagliani, durante una rueda de prensa. 7 de julio de 2017. Crédito obligatorio Brad Penner-USA TODAY

Real Salt Lake to launch NWSL franchise in 2018

A new franchise will play at Rio Tinto Stadium in Utah, with FC Kansas City set to cease operations

Real Salt Lake to launch NWSL franchise in 2018

A new franchise will play at Rio Tinto Stadium in Utah, with FC Kansas City set to cease operations