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Los blancos no han plantado batalla en los duelos directos ante Barcelona, Atlético, Valencia, Villarreal, Real Betis y Sevilla.
El Real Madrid no ha sabido ser grande ante los grandes en LaLiga
Los blancos no han plantado batalla en los duelos directos ante Barcelona, Atlético, Valencia, Villarreal, Real Betis y Sevilla.
Los blancos no han plantado batalla en los duelos directos ante Barcelona, Atlético, Valencia, Villarreal, Real Betis y Sevilla.
El Real Madrid no ha sabido ser grande ante los grandes en LaLiga
Los blancos no han plantado batalla en los duelos directos ante Barcelona, Atlético, Valencia, Villarreal, Real Betis y Sevilla.
Los blancos no han plantado batalla en los duelos directos ante Barcelona, Atlético, Valencia, Villarreal, Real Betis y Sevilla.
El Real Madrid no ha sabido ser grande ante los grandes en LaLiga
Los blancos no han plantado batalla en los duelos directos ante Barcelona, Atlético, Valencia, Villarreal, Real Betis y Sevilla.
With the transfer window now open, Leicester City are wasting no time in handling their business.
Leicester splash $29M to sign Porto, Portugal RB Pereira
With the transfer window now open, Leicester City are wasting no time in handling their business.
With the transfer window now open, Leicester City are wasting no time in handling their business.
Leicester splash $29M to sign Porto, Portugal RB Pereira
With the transfer window now open, Leicester City are wasting no time in handling their business.
Although the Red Star players had to leave their bus parade when the vehicle caught fire, they continued celebrating elsewhere.
Red Star's open-top bus goes up in flames
Although the Red Star players had to leave their bus parade when the vehicle caught fire, they continued celebrating elsewhere.
The Flying Antelopes will hope to continue their impressive away record when they visit the league leaders in one of the weekend’s fixtures
NPFL Matchday 22 Previews: Enugu Rangers dare Lobi Stars in Makurdi
The Flying Antelopes will hope to continue their impressive away record when they visit the league leaders in one of the weekend’s fixtures
Those doubting Liverpool's chances in the Champions League final should not forget the club's proud history, says Jurgen Klopp.
Klopp rejects Liverpool's Champions League final underdogs tag
Those doubting Liverpool's chances in the Champions League final should not forget the club's proud history, says Jurgen Klopp.
Los canteranos suman 32 títulos cada uno con la entidad culé
La yunta de la Masía, Iniesta y Messi juegan su último partido juntos en el Barcelona
Los canteranos suman 32 títulos cada uno con la entidad culé
Los canteranos suman 32 títulos cada uno con la entidad culé
La yunta de la Masía, Iniesta y Messi juegan su último partido juntos en el Barcelona
Los canteranos suman 32 títulos cada uno con la entidad culé
Los canteranos suman 32 títulos cada uno con la entidad culé
La yunta de la Masía, Iniesta y Messi juegan su último partido juntos en el Barcelona
Los canteranos suman 32 títulos cada uno con la entidad culé
The Premier League champions raised the bar to new heights in 2017-18, but their club captain claims a squad hungry for more can get even better
Kompany: 'Intense' Guardiola has record-breaking Man City ready to go a step further
The Premier League champions raised the bar to new heights in 2017-18, but their club captain claims a squad hungry for more can get even better
The first MSL round to be played in the fasting month of Ramadan will take place this week, so find out how high or low your team can go in round 11.
Possible position movements on Malaysia Super League matchday 11
The first MSL round to be played in the fasting month of Ramadan will take place this week, so find out how high or low your team can go in round 11.
The first MSL round to be played in the fasting month of Ramadan will take place this week, so find out how high or low your team can go in round 11.
Possible position movements on Malaysia Super League matchday 11
The first MSL round to be played in the fasting month of Ramadan will take place this week, so find out how high or low your team can go in round 11.
The first MSL round to be played in the fasting month of Ramadan will take place this week, so find out how high or low your team can go in round 11.
Possible position movements on Malaysia Super League matchday 11
The first MSL round to be played in the fasting month of Ramadan will take place this week, so find out how high or low your team can go in round 11.
The first MSL round to be played in the fasting month of Ramadan will take place this week, so find out how high or low your team can go in round 11.
Possible position movements on Malaysia Super League matchday 11
The first MSL round to be played in the fasting month of Ramadan will take place this week, so find out how high or low your team can go in round 11.
The first MSL round to be played in the fasting month of Ramadan will take place this week, so find out how high or low your team can go in round 11.
Possible position movements on Malaysia Super League matchday 11
The first MSL round to be played in the fasting month of Ramadan will take place this week, so find out how high or low your team can go in round 11.
The first MSL round to be played in the fasting month of Ramadan will take place this week, so find out how high or low your team can go in round 11.
Possible position movements on Malaysia Super League matchday 11
The first MSL round to be played in the fasting month of Ramadan will take place this week, so find out how high or low your team can go in round 11.
Some of Chelsea's star players had their say on the future of Antonio Conte with reports the Blues boss will leave.
Chelsea's stars have their say on Conte's future
Some of Chelsea's star players had their say on the future of Antonio Conte with reports the Blues boss will leave.
Some of Chelsea's star players had their say on the future of Antonio Conte with reports the Blues boss will leave.
Chelsea's stars have their say on Conte's future
Some of Chelsea's star players had their say on the future of Antonio Conte with reports the Blues boss will leave.
Some of Chelsea's star players had their say on the future of Antonio Conte with reports the Blues boss will leave.
Chelsea's stars have their say on Conte's future
Some of Chelsea's star players had their say on the future of Antonio Conte with reports the Blues boss will leave.
FILE - In this Monday, July 13, 1998 file photo, the French World Cup soccer team parades through the Champs-Elysees avenue in Paris after beating Brazil 3-0 in the World Cup final the day before. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Gael Cornier,File)
WORLD CUP: France wins, but what happened to Ronaldo?
FILE - In this Monday, July 13, 1998 file photo, the French World Cup soccer team parades through the Champs-Elysees avenue in Paris after beating Brazil 3-0 in the World Cup final the day before. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Gael Cornier,File)
FILE - In this Sunday, July 12, 1998 file photo, France's players from left, Zinedine Zidane, Marcel Desailly and Laurent Blanc hold the soccer World Cup after France defeated Brazil 3-0 in the World Cup final, at the Stade de France in Saint Denis. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, file)
WORLD CUP: France wins, but what happened to Ronaldo?
FILE - In this Sunday, July 12, 1998 file photo, France's players from left, Zinedine Zidane, Marcel Desailly and Laurent Blanc hold the soccer World Cup after France defeated Brazil 3-0 in the World Cup final, at the Stade de France in Saint Denis. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, file)
El presidente del PSG insistió en que el jugador brasileño no abandonará la entidad francesa durante este mercado estival.
Al Khelaifi, sobre Neymar: "Su padre me dijo que su futuro está en París"
El presidente del PSG insistió en que el jugador brasileño no abandonará la entidad francesa durante este mercado estival.
The World Cup-winning defender claims to still feel happy at the Allianz Arena, but admits he could be tempted to head elsewhere by the right offer
Boateng can't rule out Bayern exit as he considers another foreign adventure
The World Cup-winning defender claims to still feel happy at the Allianz Arena, but admits he could be tempted to head elsewhere by the right offer
May 19, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Clouds gather as a parachutist lands with the American flag during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick goes on to win the All Star Open. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
NASCAR: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway
May 19, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Clouds gather as a parachutist lands with the American flag during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick goes on to win the All Star Open. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
May 18, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick (4) during qualifying for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Matt Kenseth (6) would win the pole. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
NASCAR: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race-Qualifying
May 18, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick (4) during qualifying for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Matt Kenseth (6) would win the pole. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
May 19, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick (4) celebrates after his million dollar win during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
NASCAR: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway
May 19, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick (4) celebrates after his million dollar win during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
May 19, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Denny Hamlin (11) and driver Daniel Suarez (19) lead a restart with Kyle Larson (42) and Kevin Harvick (4) tucked behind during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick won the All Star Open. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
NASCAR: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway
May 19, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Denny Hamlin (11) and driver Daniel Suarez (19) lead a restart with Kyle Larson (42) and Kevin Harvick (4) tucked behind during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick won the All Star Open. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
May 19, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Larson (42) and driver Daniel Suarez (19) battle in the final segment for the lead during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick won the All Star Open. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
NASCAR: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway
May 19, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Larson (42) and driver Daniel Suarez (19) battle in the final segment for the lead during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick won the All Star Open. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
May 19, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick (4) pit crew work to get him back on the track during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick goes on to win the All Star Open. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
NASCAR: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway
May 19, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick (4) pit crew work to get him back on the track during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick goes on to win the All Star Open. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
May 19, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Larson (42) spins through the front stretch during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick won the All Star Open. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
NASCAR: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway
May 19, 2018; Concord, NC, USA; Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Larson (42) spins through the front stretch during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick won the All Star Open. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi admitted he'll tell his grandkids about playing with Gianluigi Buffon after the Italian legend revealed this season will be his last at Juve.
At the end of my career, I can say I played with Buffon - Matuidi
Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi admitted he'll tell his grandkids about playing with Gianluigi Buffon after the Italian legend revealed this season will be his last at Juve.
The former Blues boss believes the Belgian playmaker is vital to future plans at Stamford Bridge, although he could follow Antonio Conte to the exits
'If Bale goes, Real will want Hazard' - Hoddle fears for Chelsea future of 'absolutely crucial' star
The former Blues boss believes the Belgian playmaker is vital to future plans at Stamford Bridge, although he could follow Antonio Conte to the exits
Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi admitted he'll tell his grandkids about playing with Gianluigi Buffon after the Italian legend revealed this season will be his last at Juve.
At the end of my career, I can say I played with Buffon - Matuidi
Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi admitted he'll tell his grandkids about playing with Gianluigi Buffon after the Italian legend revealed this season will be his last at Juve.
The former Blues boss believes the Belgian playmaker is vital to future plans at Stamford Bridge, although he could follow Antonio Conte to the exits
'If Bale goes, Real will want Hazard' - Hoddle fears for Chelsea future of 'absolutely crucial' star
The former Blues boss believes the Belgian playmaker is vital to future plans at Stamford Bridge, although he could follow Antonio Conte to the exits
Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi admitted he'll tell his grandkids about playing with Gianluigi Buffon after the Italian legend revealed this season will be his last at Juve.
At the end of my career, I can say I played with Buffon - Matuidi
Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi admitted he'll tell his grandkids about playing with Gianluigi Buffon after the Italian legend revealed this season will be his last at Juve.
The former Blues boss believes the Belgian playmaker is vital to future plans at Stamford Bridge, although he could follow Antonio Conte to the exits
'If Bale goes, Real will want Hazard' - Hoddle fears for Chelsea future of 'absolutely crucial' star
The former Blues boss believes the Belgian playmaker is vital to future plans at Stamford Bridge, although he could follow Antonio Conte to the exits
Casey Stoney tipped to shine should she become Manchester United Women's coach
Casey Stoney tipped to shine should she become Manchester United Women's coach
Casey Stoney tipped to shine should she become Manchester United Women's coach
Casey Stoney tipped to shine should she become Manchester United Women's coach
Casey Stoney tipped to shine should she become Manchester United Women's coach
Casey Stoney tipped to shine should she become Manchester United Women's coach
El último adiós
El Camp Nou despidió con honores a Iniesta; estos son los mejores momentos
El último adiós
El último adiós
El Camp Nou despidió con honores a Iniesta; estos son los mejores momentos
El último adiós
Powerful images show Andres Iniesta sitting on the Camp Nou pitch after saying goodbye to the Barcelona fans.
The long goodbye: Iniesta sits alone in Camp Nou after final Barcelona match
Powerful images show Andres Iniesta sitting on the Camp Nou pitch after saying goodbye to the Barcelona fans.
World Cup 2018: Belgium announce initial 28-man squad for Russia
World Cup 2018: Belgium announce initial 28-man squad for Russia
World Cup 2018: Belgium announce initial 28-man squad for Russia
World Cup 2018: Belgium announce initial 28-man squad for Russia
World Cup 2018: Belgium announce initial 28-man squad for Russia
World Cup 2018: Belgium announce initial 28-man squad for Russia
The 30-year-old has not been named in Roberto Martinez's 28-man provisional squad despite an impressive campaign for Roma
Nainggolan left out of star-studded Belgium World Cup squad
The 30-year-old has not been named in Roberto Martinez's 28-man provisional squad despite an impressive campaign for Roma
The Slovakian keeper has impressed during his loan spell with Rafa Benitez's side and has relished the chance to play in the Premier League
Dubravka hoping for permanent Newcastle deal
The Slovakian keeper has impressed during his loan spell with Rafa Benitez's side and has relished the chance to play in the Premier League
Toyota Kenya had taken a deserved lead but ICJ recovered to score goals from Kevin Otieno (2) and Johnston Ouko (2)
ICJ Kenya cruise past Toyota Kenya in Left Foot thriller
Toyota Kenya had taken a deserved lead but ICJ recovered to score goals from Kevin Otieno (2) and Johnston Ouko (2)
Basra Sports City stadium in the southern Iraqi city is set to host the first international football tournament to be played in the country since the 1950s (AFP Photo/HAIDAR MOHAMMED ALI)
Basra Sports City stadium in the southern Iraqi city is set to host the first international football tournament to be played in the country since the 1950s
Basra Sports City stadium in the southern Iraqi city is set to host the first international football tournament to be played in the country since the 1950s (AFP Photo/HAIDAR MOHAMMED ALI)
Reports have linked the 36-year-old coach with a move to replace Eric Tinker at SuperSport United
Maritzburg United hand coach Fadlu Davids a new two year deal
Reports have linked the 36-year-old coach with a move to replace Eric Tinker at SuperSport United
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Houston Rockets forward P.J. Tucker (4) grabs a rebound against Golden State Warriors center Jordan Bell (2) during the second half in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Rockets 126-85. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
NBA: Playoffs-Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Houston Rockets forward P.J. Tucker (4) grabs a rebound against Golden State Warriors center Jordan Bell (2) during the second half in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Rockets 126-85. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) shoots the basketball against Houston Rockets guard Gerald Green (14) and guard Eric Gordon (10) during the first half in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Rockets 126-85. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
NBA: Playoffs-Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) shoots the basketball against Houston Rockets guard Gerald Green (14) and guard Eric Gordon (10) during the first half in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Rockets 126-85. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors fans during a Houston Rockets free throw during the third quarter of game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
NBA: Playoffs-Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors fans during a Houston Rockets free throw during the third quarter of game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala (9) shoots the basketball against Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul (3) during the first half in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Rockets 126-85. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
NBA: Playoffs-Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala (9) shoots the basketball against Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul (3) during the first half in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Rockets 126-85. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) extends for the ball against Houston Rockets guard James Harden (13) during the third quarter of game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
NBA: Playoffs-Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) extends for the ball against Houston Rockets guard James Harden (13) during the third quarter of game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant (35) drives in against Houston Rockets guard James Harden (13) during the third quarter of game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
NBA: Playoffs-Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant (35) drives in against Houston Rockets guard James Harden (13) during the third quarter of game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Houston Rockets guard Gerald Green (14) shoots the basketball against Golden State Warriors center Zaza Pachulia (27) during the second half in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Rockets 126-85. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
NBA: Playoffs-Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Houston Rockets guard Gerald Green (14) shoots the basketball against Golden State Warriors center Zaza Pachulia (27) during the second half in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Rockets 126-85. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul (3) drives to the basket against Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) during the second quarter in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
NBA: Playoffs-Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul (3) drives to the basket against Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) during the second quarter in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) shoots the basketball against Houston Rockets guard Gerald Green (14) and guard Eric Gordon (10) during the first half in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Rockets 126-85. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
NBA: Playoffs-Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) shoots the basketball against Houston Rockets guard Gerald Green (14) and guard Eric Gordon (10) during the first half in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Rockets 126-85. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Houston Rockets forward P.J. Tucker (4) battles for possession below Golden State Warriors forward Kevon Looney (5) and guard Nick Young (6) the third quarter of game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
NBA: Playoffs-Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Houston Rockets forward P.J. Tucker (4) battles for possession below Golden State Warriors forward Kevon Looney (5) and guard Nick Young (6) the third quarter of game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) reacts after a play during the third quarter against the Houston Rockets in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
NBA: Playoffs-Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors
May 20, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) reacts after a play during the third quarter against the Houston Rockets in game three of the Western conference finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Chelsea captain Gary Cahill celebrates winning the FA Cup at Wembley (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK)
Chelsea captain Gary Cahill celebrates winning the FA Cup at Wembley
Chelsea captain Gary Cahill celebrates winning the FA Cup at Wembley (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK)
The FKP supremo said that Bukhungu is too small to host a high calibre game like the Mashemeji Derby
FKF insists AFC Leopards v Gor Mahia derby must be shelved
The FKP supremo said that Bukhungu is too small to host a high calibre game like the Mashemeji Derby
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane to leave club at end of the season
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane to leave club at end of the season
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane to leave club at end of the season
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane to leave club at end of the season
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane to leave club at end of the season
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane to leave club at end of the season
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane to leave club at end of the season
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane to leave club at end of the season
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane to leave club at end of the season
Alireza Jahanbakhsh is the first Iranian to top the scorers' charts in a major European league after netting 21 times for Dutch side AZ Alkmaar this season (AFP Photo/JOE KLAMAR)
Alireza Jahanbakhsh is the first Iranian to top the scorers' charts in a major European league after netting 21 times for Dutch side AZ Alkmaar this season
Alireza Jahanbakhsh is the first Iranian to top the scorers' charts in a major European league after netting 21 times for Dutch side AZ Alkmaar this season (AFP Photo/JOE KLAMAR)
FILE - In this Wednesday, March 21, 2018 file photo, Serena Williams returns to Naomi Osaka, of Japan, during the Miami Open tennis tournament, in Key Biscayne, Fla. everal of Serena Williams' biggest rivals believe that the 23-time Grand Slam champion deserves more than just a guaranteed spot in the French Open draw. Williams, who is expected to play her first major since returning from maternity leave, should also receive a top seed that befits the No. 1 ranking she held when she left the tour, the players say. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky, File)
Rival players support seeding Serena Williams at French Open
FILE - In this Wednesday, March 21, 2018 file photo, Serena Williams returns to Naomi Osaka, of Japan, during the Miami Open tennis tournament, in Key Biscayne, Fla. everal of Serena Williams' biggest rivals believe that the 23-time Grand Slam champion deserves more than just a guaranteed spot in the French Open draw. Williams, who is expected to play her first major since returning from maternity leave, should also receive a top seed that befits the No. 1 ranking she held when she left the tour, the players say. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky, File)
Comenzaron en la previa
Así fue el camino del Liverpool a la gran final
Comenzaron en la previa
Comenzaron en la previa
Así fue el camino del Liverpool a la gran final
Comenzaron en la previa
Comenzaron en la previa
Así fue el camino del Liverpool a la gran final
Comenzaron en la previa
We're into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte's future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there's a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal's radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique's chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte's willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says "time is up" for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn't want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea's bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG's dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying "If they don't fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too" last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn't ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone's love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn't considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich's radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho's right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
Next Chelsea manager odds: From Maurizio Sarri to Leonardo Jardim - who will be in charge next season?
We're into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte's future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there's a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal's radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique's chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte's willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says "time is up" for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn't want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea's bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG's dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying "If they don't fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too" last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn't ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone's love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn't considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich's radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho's right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
We're into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte's future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there's a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal's radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique's chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte's willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says "time is up" for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn't want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea's bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG's dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying "If they don't fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too" last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn't ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone's love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn't considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich's radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho's right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
Next Chelsea manager odds: From Maurizio Sarri to Leonardo Jardim - who will be in charge next season?
We're into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte's future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there's a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal's radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique's chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte's willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says "time is up" for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn't want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea's bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG's dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying "If they don't fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too" last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn't ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone's love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn't considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich's radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho's right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
We're into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte's future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there's a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal's radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique's chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte's willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says "time is up" for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn't want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea's bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG's dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying "If they don't fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too" last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn't ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone's love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn't considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich's radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho's right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
Next Chelsea manager odds: From Maurizio Sarri to Leonardo Jardim - who will be in charge next season?
We're into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte's future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there's a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal's radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique's chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte's willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says "time is up" for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn't want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea's bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG's dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying "If they don't fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too" last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn't ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone's love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn't considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich's radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho's right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
We're into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte's future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there's a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal's radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique's chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte's willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says "time is up" for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn't want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea's bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG's dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying "If they don't fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too" last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn't ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone's love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn't considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich's radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho's right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
Next Chelsea manager odds: From Maurizio Sarri to Leonardo Jardim - who will be in charge next season?
We're into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte's future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there's a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal's radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique's chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte's willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says "time is up" for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn't want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea's bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG's dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying "If they don't fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too" last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn't ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone's love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn't considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich's radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho's right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
The Pride of Benue bounced back to winning ways after they overcame the Flying Antelopes in one of the weekend’s fixtures
NPFL Matchday 22 Reviews: Lobi Stars survive Enugu Rangers scare in Makurdi
The Pride of Benue bounced back to winning ways after they overcame the Flying Antelopes in one of the weekend’s fixtures
Pakistan legend Younis Khan believes Pakistan are ready to face England in their upcoming Test series.
Pakistan in good shape to face England - Khan
Pakistan legend Younis Khan believes Pakistan are ready to face England in their upcoming Test series.
Pakistan legend Younis Khan believes Pakistan are ready to face England in their upcoming Test series.
Pakistan in good shape to face England - Khan
Pakistan legend Younis Khan believes Pakistan are ready to face England in their upcoming Test series.
Pakistan legend Younis Khan believes Pakistan are ready to face England in their upcoming Test series.
Pakistan in good shape to face England - Khan
Pakistan legend Younis Khan believes Pakistan are ready to face England in their upcoming Test series.
The Solid Miners attacker has urged fans not to turn against them despite their recent struggle in the top-flight this season
Nojeem Olukokun charges Nasarawa United fans not to give up
The Solid Miners attacker has urged fans not to turn against them despite their recent struggle in the top-flight this season
The 2+2 sports car is expected to be based on the next-generation F-Type due in 2019.
2021 Jaguar XK Reportedly Planned As Four-Seater F-Type
The 2+2 sports car is expected to be based on the next-generation F-Type due in 2019.
The 2+2 sports car is expected to be based on the next-generation F-Type due in 2019.
2021 Jaguar XK Reportedly Planned As Four-Seater F-Type
The 2+2 sports car is expected to be based on the next-generation F-Type due in 2019.
Julen Lopetegui tendrá que elegir de cara al próximo lunes entre Iago Aspas, Rodrigo Moreno, Álvaro Morata y Diego Costa.
¿Qué delanteros deberían ir al Mundial de Rusia 2018 con la selección española?
Julen Lopetegui tendrá que elegir de cara al próximo lunes entre Iago Aspas, Rodrigo Moreno, Álvaro Morata y Diego Costa.
Julen Lopetegui tendrá que elegir de cara al próximo lunes entre Iago Aspas, Rodrigo Moreno, Álvaro Morata y Diego Costa.
¿Qué delanteros deberían ir al Mundial de Rusia 2018 con la selección española?
Julen Lopetegui tendrá que elegir de cara al próximo lunes entre Iago Aspas, Rodrigo Moreno, Álvaro Morata y Diego Costa.
Julen Lopetegui tendrá que elegir de cara al próximo lunes entre Iago Aspas, Rodrigo Moreno, Álvaro Morata y Diego Costa.
¿Qué delanteros deberían ir al Mundial de Rusia 2018 con la selección española?
Julen Lopetegui tendrá que elegir de cara al próximo lunes entre Iago Aspas, Rodrigo Moreno, Álvaro Morata y Diego Costa.
The striker is back in the Italy squad following a return to form this season and has been linked with a move back to Serie A
Zaza happy at Valencia following AC Milan speculation
The striker is back in the Italy squad following a return to form this season and has been linked with a move back to Serie A
Stoke City are in talks with Derby over a move for manager Gary Rowett. Relegated Stoke are returning for Rowett, their No 1 target in January after the dismissal of Mark Hughes, and are hoping to agree a compensation deal in the next 48 hours. Rowett was top of Stoke's list in the New Year, yet opted to stay at Pride Park as negotiations over a new contract were advanced, subsequently guiding Derby to the Championship play-offs. But Stoke have revived their long-term interest in the former defender and want him to lead their promotion challenge following relegation from the Premier League. It is understood the move is being driven by John Coates, Stoke's influential vice-chairman, who has admired Rowett for some time. Rowett signed a new £1.5m a year contract in January and it is thought compensation would be over the £2.25m mark. Stoke parted company with Paul Lambert last Friday and are keen to bring in a new manager by the end of the week. With Derby set to slash their wage bill after missing out on promotion, Rowett faces a huge decision on whether to quit for a move across the A50.
Stoke in talks to appoint Gary Rowett of Derby as new manager
Stoke City are in talks with Derby over a move for manager Gary Rowett. Relegated Stoke are returning for Rowett, their No 1 target in January after the dismissal of Mark Hughes, and are hoping to agree a compensation deal in the next 48 hours. Rowett was top of Stoke's list in the New Year, yet opted to stay at Pride Park as negotiations over a new contract were advanced, subsequently guiding Derby to the Championship play-offs. But Stoke have revived their long-term interest in the former defender and want him to lead their promotion challenge following relegation from the Premier League. It is understood the move is being driven by John Coates, Stoke's influential vice-chairman, who has admired Rowett for some time. Rowett signed a new £1.5m a year contract in January and it is thought compensation would be over the £2.25m mark. Stoke parted company with Paul Lambert last Friday and are keen to bring in a new manager by the end of the week. With Derby set to slash their wage bill after missing out on promotion, Rowett faces a huge decision on whether to quit for a move across the A50.
Liverpool will face Real Madrid in this weekend's Champions League final - take a look at Liverpool's road to Kiev.
Liverpool - Road to the Champions League final
Liverpool will face Real Madrid in this weekend's Champions League final - take a look at Liverpool's road to Kiev.
Liverpool will face Real Madrid in this weekend's Champions League final - take a look at Liverpool's road to Kiev.
Liverpool - Road to the Champions League final
Liverpool will face Real Madrid in this weekend's Champions League final - take a look at Liverpool's road to Kiev.
Liverpool will face Real Madrid in this weekend's Champions League final - take a look at Liverpool's road to Kiev.
Liverpool - Road to the Champions League final
Liverpool will face Real Madrid in this weekend's Champions League final - take a look at Liverpool's road to Kiev.
The Giant Elephants striker has expressed his delight as the club ended their seven-game winless streak by defeating Yobe Stars
Nafiu Kabuga relieved as Wikki Tourist end winless streak
The Giant Elephants striker has expressed his delight as the club ended their seven-game winless streak by defeating Yobe Stars
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
Eintracht Frankfurt greeted by incredible scenes in city centre as thousands of fans celebrate DFB-Pokal Cup final win
FILE - In this April 27, 2018, file photo, former Japanese national soccer coach Vahid Halilhodzic speaks during his press conference in Tokyo. Fired Japan national team football coach Halilhodzic is suing the Japanese federation and president Kozo Tashima for his dismissal last month - just two months before the opening of the World Cup. Lionel Vincent, the lawyer representing Halilhodzic, told the Associated Press on Monday, May 21, 2018, that the suit asks for an apology from Tashima and indemnification of 1 Japanese yen - less than 1 US cent.(AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko, File)
Fired coach Halilhodzic suing Japanese soccer association
FILE - In this April 27, 2018, file photo, former Japanese national soccer coach Vahid Halilhodzic speaks during his press conference in Tokyo. Fired Japan national team football coach Halilhodzic is suing the Japanese federation and president Kozo Tashima for his dismissal last month - just two months before the opening of the World Cup. Lionel Vincent, the lawyer representing Halilhodzic, told the Associated Press on Monday, May 21, 2018, that the suit asks for an apology from Tashima and indemnification of 1 Japanese yen - less than 1 US cent.(AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko, File)
Napoli head coach Maurizio Sarri has admitted that if he left Napoli he would have to move to a club abroad.
If I were to change team I would move abroad - Sarri hints at Napoli departure
Napoli head coach Maurizio Sarri has admitted that if he left Napoli he would have to move to a club abroad.
Napoli head coach Maurizio Sarri has admitted that if he left Napoli he would have to move to a club abroad.
If I were to change team I would move abroad - Sarri hints at Napoli departure
Napoli head coach Maurizio Sarri has admitted that if he left Napoli he would have to move to a club abroad.
Napoli head coach Maurizio Sarri has admitted that if he left Napoli he would have to move to a club abroad.
If I were to change team I would move abroad - Sarri hints at Napoli departure
Napoli head coach Maurizio Sarri has admitted that if he left Napoli he would have to move to a club abroad.
Paul Pogba has added to the uncertainty over his future by refusing to rule out a move from Manchester United this summer. But the unsettled United midfielder has suggested that he would not be interested in joining Paris St-Germain, one of the few clubs who could afford his transfer fee and wages. Pogba delivered another below par performance in United’s FA Cup final defeat to Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday and his relationship with manager Jose Mourinho has become strained in recent months. The Frenchman has been dropped from squads, left out of the starting XI and substituted in a series of games since the turn of the year as his form has plummeted. Mourinho has admitted publicly that United should be getting a far higher level of consistency from the club’s £89 million record signing and it has been reported that the Portuguese would be willing to cash in on the midfielder if the right offer came along and he could find a replacement. Mourinho and Pogba's relationship has become strained Credit: Reuters Pogba himself did little to dispel the doubts over his future when he offered no assurances in an interview on Sunday that he will still be a United player next season. “You’re never sure of anything,” he told Canal+, the French television station. “Contractually, it’s on, yes.” Pogba also said he had “mental” problems to deal with at United as he addressed his relationship with Mourinho. “There were times when I wasn't playing. I was on the bench. Much has been spoken about,” he said. “People thought it was wrong but a coach and player don’t have to be best friends. One is not forced to go to the restaurant together. I had some problems – it’s mental. “He put me on the bench, I answered on the pitch, I give my maximum every time. It made me grow in leadership. “I had the armband with Mourinho, it was the first time in a club. It’s important to me, it makes me grow up to be as a leader in the France team.” PSG are understood to be weighing up an offer for Pogba but the 25-year-old indicated that is it unlikely he would move to the French champions. Ruling out PSG, though, would limit Pogba’s options. “Walking on the Parc des Princes? With a club, no, for sure,” he said. “Honestly, it doesn’t appeal to me. I grew up here, my father supported Marseille and so did my mum. Paris wasn’t really in my daily life.” Mourinho said earlier this month that he expects Pogba to stay at Old Trafford this summer. “I think he’s going to be here next season. That’s my feeling,” he said. “I can give the guarantee that I don’t want him to leave, that the club doesn’t want to sell him and I can give you the guarantee that we don’t have any approach from him or his agent or from any club. In this moment for me, he’s staying, yes.”
Paul Pogba refuses to rule out leaving Manchester United this summer
Paul Pogba has added to the uncertainty over his future by refusing to rule out a move from Manchester United this summer. But the unsettled United midfielder has suggested that he would not be interested in joining Paris St-Germain, one of the few clubs who could afford his transfer fee and wages. Pogba delivered another below par performance in United’s FA Cup final defeat to Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday and his relationship with manager Jose Mourinho has become strained in recent months. The Frenchman has been dropped from squads, left out of the starting XI and substituted in a series of games since the turn of the year as his form has plummeted. Mourinho has admitted publicly that United should be getting a far higher level of consistency from the club’s £89 million record signing and it has been reported that the Portuguese would be willing to cash in on the midfielder if the right offer came along and he could find a replacement. Mourinho and Pogba's relationship has become strained Credit: Reuters Pogba himself did little to dispel the doubts over his future when he offered no assurances in an interview on Sunday that he will still be a United player next season. “You’re never sure of anything,” he told Canal+, the French television station. “Contractually, it’s on, yes.” Pogba also said he had “mental” problems to deal with at United as he addressed his relationship with Mourinho. “There were times when I wasn't playing. I was on the bench. Much has been spoken about,” he said. “People thought it was wrong but a coach and player don’t have to be best friends. One is not forced to go to the restaurant together. I had some problems – it’s mental. “He put me on the bench, I answered on the pitch, I give my maximum every time. It made me grow in leadership. “I had the armband with Mourinho, it was the first time in a club. It’s important to me, it makes me grow up to be as a leader in the France team.” PSG are understood to be weighing up an offer for Pogba but the 25-year-old indicated that is it unlikely he would move to the French champions. Ruling out PSG, though, would limit Pogba’s options. “Walking on the Parc des Princes? With a club, no, for sure,” he said. “Honestly, it doesn’t appeal to me. I grew up here, my father supported Marseille and so did my mum. Paris wasn’t really in my daily life.” Mourinho said earlier this month that he expects Pogba to stay at Old Trafford this summer. “I think he’s going to be here next season. That’s my feeling,” he said. “I can give the guarantee that I don’t want him to leave, that the club doesn’t want to sell him and I can give you the guarantee that we don’t have any approach from him or his agent or from any club. In this moment for me, he’s staying, yes.”
Paul Pogba has added to the uncertainty over his future by refusing to rule out a move from Manchester United this summer. But the unsettled United midfielder has suggested that he would not be interested in joining Paris St-Germain, one of the few clubs who could afford his transfer fee and wages. Pogba delivered another below par performance in United’s FA Cup final defeat to Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday and his relationship with manager Jose Mourinho has become strained in recent months. The Frenchman has been dropped from squads, left out of the starting XI and substituted in a series of games since the turn of the year as his form has plummeted. Mourinho has admitted publicly that United should be getting a far higher level of consistency from the club’s £89 million record signing and it has been reported that the Portuguese would be willing to cash in on the midfielder if the right offer came along and he could find a replacement. Mourinho and Pogba's relationship has become strained Credit: Reuters Pogba himself did little to dispel the doubts over his future when he offered no assurances in an interview on Sunday that he will still be a United player next season. “You’re never sure of anything,” he told Canal+, the French television station. “Contractually, it’s on, yes.” Pogba also said he had “mental” problems to deal with at United as he addressed his relationship with Mourinho. “There were times when I wasn't playing. I was on the bench. Much has been spoken about,” he said. “People thought it was wrong but a coach and player don’t have to be best friends. One is not forced to go to the restaurant together. I had some problems – it’s mental. “He put me on the bench, I answered on the pitch, I give my maximum every time. It made me grow in leadership. “I had the armband with Mourinho, it was the first time in a club. It’s important to me, it makes me grow up to be as a leader in the France team.” PSG are understood to be weighing up an offer for Pogba but the 25-year-old indicated that is it unlikely he would move to the French champions. Ruling out PSG, though, would limit Pogba’s options. “Walking on the Parc des Princes? With a club, no, for sure,” he said. “Honestly, it doesn’t appeal to me. I grew up here, my father supported Marseille and so did my mum. Paris wasn’t really in my daily life.” Mourinho said earlier this month that he expects Pogba to stay at Old Trafford this summer. “I think he’s going to be here next season. That’s my feeling,” he said. “I can give the guarantee that I don’t want him to leave, that the club doesn’t want to sell him and I can give you the guarantee that we don’t have any approach from him or his agent or from any club. In this moment for me, he’s staying, yes.”
Paul Pogba refuses to rule out leaving Manchester United this summer
Paul Pogba has added to the uncertainty over his future by refusing to rule out a move from Manchester United this summer. But the unsettled United midfielder has suggested that he would not be interested in joining Paris St-Germain, one of the few clubs who could afford his transfer fee and wages. Pogba delivered another below par performance in United’s FA Cup final defeat to Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday and his relationship with manager Jose Mourinho has become strained in recent months. The Frenchman has been dropped from squads, left out of the starting XI and substituted in a series of games since the turn of the year as his form has plummeted. Mourinho has admitted publicly that United should be getting a far higher level of consistency from the club’s £89 million record signing and it has been reported that the Portuguese would be willing to cash in on the midfielder if the right offer came along and he could find a replacement. Mourinho and Pogba's relationship has become strained Credit: Reuters Pogba himself did little to dispel the doubts over his future when he offered no assurances in an interview on Sunday that he will still be a United player next season. “You’re never sure of anything,” he told Canal+, the French television station. “Contractually, it’s on, yes.” Pogba also said he had “mental” problems to deal with at United as he addressed his relationship with Mourinho. “There were times when I wasn't playing. I was on the bench. Much has been spoken about,” he said. “People thought it was wrong but a coach and player don’t have to be best friends. One is not forced to go to the restaurant together. I had some problems – it’s mental. “He put me on the bench, I answered on the pitch, I give my maximum every time. It made me grow in leadership. “I had the armband with Mourinho, it was the first time in a club. It’s important to me, it makes me grow up to be as a leader in the France team.” PSG are understood to be weighing up an offer for Pogba but the 25-year-old indicated that is it unlikely he would move to the French champions. Ruling out PSG, though, would limit Pogba’s options. “Walking on the Parc des Princes? With a club, no, for sure,” he said. “Honestly, it doesn’t appeal to me. I grew up here, my father supported Marseille and so did my mum. Paris wasn’t really in my daily life.” Mourinho said earlier this month that he expects Pogba to stay at Old Trafford this summer. “I think he’s going to be here next season. That’s my feeling,” he said. “I can give the guarantee that I don’t want him to leave, that the club doesn’t want to sell him and I can give you the guarantee that we don’t have any approach from him or his agent or from any club. In this moment for me, he’s staying, yes.”
Tyson Fury is used to putting on a clinic in the ring, and he may find a new home in a doctors' surgery in the future.
Dr Fury will see you now - Tyson plans future career in medicine
Tyson Fury is used to putting on a clinic in the ring, and he may find a new home in a doctors' surgery in the future.
Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic reacts to defeat in the 2018 FA Cup final (AFP Photo/Ian KINGTON)
Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic reacts to defeat in the 2018 FA Cup final
Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic reacts to defeat in the 2018 FA Cup final (AFP Photo/Ian KINGTON)
Tennis - ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 20, 2018 Spain's Rafael Nadal in action during the final against Germany's Alexander Zverev REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open
Tennis - ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 20, 2018 Spain's Rafael Nadal in action during the final against Germany's Alexander Zverev REUTERS/Tony Gentile
The Dutchman, who will leave Lazio for San Siro this summer, gave away a penalty that the Argentine striker hailed as meant to be
Icardi: Inter-bound De Vrij giving away a penalty was destiny
The Dutchman, who will leave Lazio for San Siro this summer, gave away a penalty that the Argentine striker hailed as meant to be
Viktor Axelsen was in unforgiving form at the Thomas Cup, helping Denmark triumph over Algeria 5-0 (AFP Photo/Lillian SUWANRUMPHA)
Viktor Axelsen was in unforgiving form at the Thomas Cup, helping Denmark triumph over Algeria 5-0
Viktor Axelsen was in unforgiving form at the Thomas Cup, helping Denmark triumph over Algeria 5-0 (AFP Photo/Lillian SUWANRUMPHA)
El nuevo entrenador del PSG se mira en el técnico catalán
Tuchel: "El Barcelona de Guardiola es uno de los equipos más emocionantes que vi"
El nuevo entrenador del PSG se mira en el técnico catalán
El nuevo entrenador del PSG se mira en el técnico catalán
Tuchel: "El Barcelona de Guardiola es uno de los equipos más emocionantes que vi"
El nuevo entrenador del PSG se mira en el técnico catalán
El nuevo entrenador del PSG se mira en el técnico catalán
Tuchel: "El Barcelona de Guardiola es uno de los equipos más emocionantes que vi"
El nuevo entrenador del PSG se mira en el técnico catalán
Ex-Liverpool midfielder Craig Johnston talked of his love for Mohamed Salah and insisted the Reds must hold onto him next season.
If the love of your life gets dragged away, you get annoyed - Johnston on Salah
Ex-Liverpool midfielder Craig Johnston talked of his love for Mohamed Salah and insisted the Reds must hold onto him next season.
Ex-Liverpool midfielder Craig Johnston talked of his love for Mohamed Salah and insisted the Reds must hold onto him next season.
If the love of your life gets dragged away, you get annoyed - Johnston on Salah
Ex-Liverpool midfielder Craig Johnston talked of his love for Mohamed Salah and insisted the Reds must hold onto him next season.
Ex-Liverpool midfielder Craig Johnston talked of his love for Mohamed Salah and insisted the Reds must hold onto him next season.
If the love of your life gets dragged away, you get annoyed - Johnston on Salah
Ex-Liverpool midfielder Craig Johnston talked of his love for Mohamed Salah and insisted the Reds must hold onto him next season.
El entrenador alemán firma con los parisinos hasta 2020
Tuchel presentado con el PSG
El entrenador alemán firma con los parisinos hasta 2020
El entrenador alemán firma con los parisinos hasta 2020
Tuchel presentado con el PSG
El entrenador alemán firma con los parisinos hasta 2020
El entrenador alemán firma con los parisinos hasta 2020
Tuchel presentado con el PSG
El entrenador alemán firma con los parisinos hasta 2020
England captain Joe Root said the disappointing winter and Ashes defeat hasn't left his side with scars ahead of their opening Test match with Pakistan.
Ashes defeat hasn't left England with scars - Root
England captain Joe Root said the disappointing winter and Ashes defeat hasn't left his side with scars ahead of their opening Test match with Pakistan.
England captain Joe Root said the disappointing winter and Ashes defeat hasn't left his side with scars ahead of their opening Test match with Pakistan.
Ashes defeat hasn't left England with scars - Root
England captain Joe Root said the disappointing winter and Ashes defeat hasn't left his side with scars ahead of their opening Test match with Pakistan.
England captain Joe Root said the disappointing winter and Ashes defeat hasn't left his side with scars ahead of their opening Test match with Pakistan.
Ashes defeat hasn't left England with scars - Root
England captain Joe Root said the disappointing winter and Ashes defeat hasn't left his side with scars ahead of their opening Test match with Pakistan.
Our writers weigh in on the Byron Nelson's future, Jordan Spieth's putting and the risks and rewards of golf and gambling.
After Further Review: Nelson lost in the shuffle?
Our writers weigh in on the Byron Nelson's future, Jordan Spieth's putting and the risks and rewards of golf and gambling.
Australia's Gold Coast, venue for the Commonwealth Games (AFP Photo/François-Xavier MARIT)
Australia's Gold Coast, venue for the Commonwealth Games
Australia's Gold Coast, venue for the Commonwealth Games (AFP Photo/François-Xavier MARIT)
The three-time European Cup winner believes that the powers of the Portuguese have been on the wane for the last 12 months now
‘He spends a lot of time on his bum now’ – Souness says Ronaldo is past his best
The three-time European Cup winner believes that the powers of the Portuguese have been on the wane for the last 12 months now
Tennis - ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 20, 2018 Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates with the trophy after winning the final against Germany's Alexander Zverev REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open
Tennis - ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 20, 2018 Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates with the trophy after winning the final against Germany's Alexander Zverev REUTERS/Tony Gentile
Tennis - ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 20, 2018 Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates with the trophy after winning the final against Germany's Alexander Zverev REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open
Tennis - ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 20, 2018 Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates with the trophy after winning the final against Germany's Alexander Zverev REUTERS/Tony Gentile
Tennis - ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 20, 2018 Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates after winning the final against Germany's Alexander Zverev REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open
Tennis - ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 20, 2018 Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates after winning the final against Germany's Alexander Zverev REUTERS/Tony Gentile
Tennis - ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 20, 2018 Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates after winning the final against Germany's Alexander Zverev REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open
Tennis - ATP World Tour Masters 1000 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 20, 2018 Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates after winning the final against Germany's Alexander Zverev REUTERS/Tony Gentile
Steven Gerrard has urged Liverpool's players to "seize the moment" when they meet Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
Liverpool players can change their lives in Kiev, says Gerrard
Steven Gerrard has urged Liverpool's players to "seize the moment" when they meet Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
Título para el Barcelona
Terminó la temporada: Estas son las notas
Título para el Barcelona
Título para el Barcelona
Terminó la temporada: Estas son las notas
Título para el Barcelona
Título para el Barcelona
Terminó la temporada: Estas son las notas
Título para el Barcelona
The midfielder is moving on to pastures new at 34, leaving behind a legacy at Camp Nou that will live long in the memory of his team-mates and fans
Rakitic lost for words as Iniesta heads for Barcelona exit
The midfielder is moving on to pastures new at 34, leaving behind a legacy at Camp Nou that will live long in the memory of his team-mates and fans
El entrenador del Liverpool Juergen Klopp en el partido de la Premier League del Liverpool contra Brighton & Hove Albion, el 13 de mayo de 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble
Klopp, agradecido de que su enfrentamiento con Zidane quede en el campo
El entrenador del Liverpool Juergen Klopp en el partido de la Premier League del Liverpool contra Brighton & Hove Albion, el 13 de mayo de 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble
<p>Il Gran Premio di Monaco è la gara più folle del campionato: la carreggiata più stretta dell’anno, le condizioni ambientali più pressanti dell’anno. (Foto: Getty Images) </p>
GP Monaco 2018, orari tv e curiosità

Il Gran Premio di Monaco è la gara più folle del campionato: la carreggiata più stretta dell’anno, le condizioni ambientali più pressanti dell’anno. (Foto: Getty Images)

<p>Per gli sponsor è la gara più importante, ma molti piloti non digeriscono la pista. Il tre volte campione del mondo Nelson Piquet diceva che girare con una F1 a Monaco è come correre in bicicletta nel salotto di casa. (Foto: Getty Images) </p>
GP Monaco 2018, orari tv e curiosità

Per gli sponsor è la gara più importante, ma molti piloti non digeriscono la pista. Il tre volte campione del mondo Nelson Piquet diceva che girare con una F1 a Monaco è come correre in bicicletta nel salotto di casa. (Foto: Getty Images)

<p>Quest’anno ci sarà pure un pilota veramente di casa, oltre ai residenti del Principato. Trattasi di Charles Leclerc, talento della Sauber che è sotto contratto con la Ferrari. (Foto: Getty Images) </p>
GP Monaco 2018, orari tv e curiosità

Quest’anno ci sarà pure un pilota veramente di casa, oltre ai residenti del Principato. Trattasi di Charles Leclerc, talento della Sauber che è sotto contratto con la Ferrari. (Foto: Getty Images)

<p>La Formula 1 approda per il sesto appuntamento del mondiale 2018 a Montecarlo, per l’evento più glamour dell’anno. Che potranno vedere in diretta televisiva solo gli abbonati Sky domenica 27 maggio alle 15.10, mentre i non abbonati dovranno attendere fino alle 21 per la trasmissione su TV8. (Foto: Getty Images) </p>
GP Monaco 2018, orari tv e curiosità

La Formula 1 approda per il sesto appuntamento del mondiale 2018 a Montecarlo, per l’evento più glamour dell’anno. Che potranno vedere in diretta televisiva solo gli abbonati Sky domenica 27 maggio alle 15.10, mentre i non abbonati dovranno attendere fino alle 21 per la trasmissione su TV8. (Foto: Getty Images)

<p>Pensi a Montecarlo e dici Ayrton Senna: il leggendario brasiliano ha vinto nel principato per ben 6 volte, una in più rispetto a Graham Hill e a Michael Schumacher. Celebri i giri in apnea di Ayrton. (Foto: Getty Images) </p>
GP Monaco 2018, orari tv e curiosità

Pensi a Montecarlo e dici Ayrton Senna: il leggendario brasiliano ha vinto nel principato per ben 6 volte, una in più rispetto a Graham Hill e a Michael Schumacher. Celebri i giri in apnea di Ayrton. (Foto: Getty Images)

<p>Montecarlo è anche teatro dell’unica vittoria in F1 di Jarno Trulli, nel 2004, con la Renault (Foto: Getty Images) </p>
GP Monaco 2018, orari tv e curiosità

Montecarlo è anche teatro dell’unica vittoria in F1 di Jarno Trulli, nel 2004, con la Renault (Foto: Getty Images)

<p>La particolarità del GP di Monaco è che il circuito è sempre uguale, salvo piccoli accorgimenti, da moltissimi anni. Ciò ha creato una tradizione straordinaria e ha reso questa difficile corsa una delle tre più prestigiose di tutto l’automobilismo, insieme alla 500 Miglia di Indianapolis e alla 24 Ore di Le Mans. (Foto: Getty Images) </p>
GP Monaco 2018, orari tv e curiosità

La particolarità del GP di Monaco è che il circuito è sempre uguale, salvo piccoli accorgimenti, da moltissimi anni. Ciò ha creato una tradizione straordinaria e ha reso questa difficile corsa una delle tre più prestigiose di tutto l’automobilismo, insieme alla 500 Miglia di Indianapolis e alla 24 Ore di Le Mans. (Foto: Getty Images)

<p>Di certo le gare a Montecarlo sono sempre inaspettate. Quando piove, poi, è una vera e propria lotteria. Lo sa bene Olivier Panis, che vinse nel 1996 con la Ligier in una gara che venne conclusa con sole tre vetture sotto la bandiera a scacchi. (Foto: Getty Images) </p>
GP Monaco 2018, orari tv e curiosità

Di certo le gare a Montecarlo sono sempre inaspettate. Quando piove, poi, è una vera e propria lotteria. Lo sa bene Olivier Panis, che vinse nel 1996 con la Ligier in una gara che venne conclusa con sole tre vetture sotto la bandiera a scacchi. (Foto: Getty Images)

<p>Quella di Montecarlo è l’unica gara in campionato che ha le prove libere al giovedì invece che al venerdì. Ma i piloti non hanno un minuto libero lo stesso, visto che presenziano al maggior numero di eventi con sponsor e ospiti durante la stagione di corse. (Foto: Getty Images) </p>
GP Monaco 2018, orari tv e curiosità

Quella di Montecarlo è l’unica gara in campionato che ha le prove libere al giovedì invece che al venerdì. Ma i piloti non hanno un minuto libero lo stesso, visto che presenziano al maggior numero di eventi con sponsor e ospiti durante la stagione di corse. (Foto: Getty Images)

<p>La prima edizione in assoluto, prima ancora della creazione del campionato di F1, fu nel 1929. Non c’erano ancora gli yacht, ma si poteva già respirare all’epoca l’atmosfera glamour che è tpica del Principato. (Foto: Getty Images) </p>
GP Monaco 2018, orari tv e curiosità

La prima edizione in assoluto, prima ancora della creazione del campionato di F1, fu nel 1929. Non c’erano ancora gli yacht, ma si poteva già respirare all’epoca l’atmosfera glamour che è tpica del Principato. (Foto: Getty Images)

El argentino elogió al jugador del Atlético de Madrid y dio el visto bueno a su posible fichaje en este mercado estival.
Messi abre las puertas del Barcelona a Griezmann: "Me gusta, es uno de los mejores"
El argentino elogió al jugador del Atlético de Madrid y dio el visto bueno a su posible fichaje en este mercado estival.
Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri drops biggest hint yet he&#39;s ready to leave Napoli
Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri drops biggest hint yet he's ready to leave Napoli
Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri drops biggest hint yet he's ready to leave Napoli
Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri drops biggest hint yet he&#39;s ready to leave Napoli
Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri drops biggest hint yet he's ready to leave Napoli
Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri drops biggest hint yet he's ready to leave Napoli
Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri drops biggest hint yet he&#39;s ready to leave Napoli
Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri drops biggest hint yet he's ready to leave Napoli
Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri drops biggest hint yet he's ready to leave Napoli
Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri drops biggest hint yet he&#39;s ready to leave Napoli
Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri drops biggest hint yet he's ready to leave Napoli
Chelsea managerial target Maurizio Sarri drops biggest hint yet he's ready to leave Napoli
Kerr in the meantime, hailed Sofapaka for their courageous performance
Gor Mahia Coach Dylan Kerr fumes at his players after Sofapaka draw
Kerr in the meantime, hailed Sofapaka for their courageous performance
Only 21, Aaron Wise has been a quick learner at each stage of his career, and it paid off Sunday with his first PGA Tour title.
Wise continues whirlwind ascent with first win
Only 21, Aaron Wise has been a quick learner at each stage of his career, and it paid off Sunday with his first PGA Tour title.
The Bengali coach refused an extension with his former club before taking up the role of assistant with the ISL outfit
ISL: Delhi Dynamos rope in Mridul Banerjee from Mohammedan Sporting
The Bengali coach refused an extension with his former club before taking up the role of assistant with the ISL outfit
El jugador francés estará los próximos días bajo la supervisión de los médicos del Barcelona, aunque no peligra el Mundial para él.
Dembélé sufre un esguince de tobillo
El jugador francés estará los próximos días bajo la supervisión de los médicos del Barcelona, aunque no peligra el Mundial para él.
From Di Stefano to Ronaldo and Dalglish to Gerrard, Real Madrid and Liverpool will be forever linked to European football&#39;s biggest prize.
Real Madrid v Liverpool: Can great deeds of the past fuel the bid for Champions League glory?
From Di Stefano to Ronaldo and Dalglish to Gerrard, Real Madrid and Liverpool will be forever linked to European football's biggest prize.
Real Madrid and Liverpool face off in the Champions League final this weekend, but who has won the competition the most times?
Every Champions League winner & who has won the cup the most times in history?
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Thomas Tuchel tells PSG to build team around &#39;artist&#39; Neymar
Thomas Tuchel tells PSG to build team around 'artist' Neymar
Thomas Tuchel tells PSG to build team around 'artist' Neymar
Thomas Tuchel tells PSG to build team around &#39;artist&#39; Neymar
Thomas Tuchel tells PSG to build team around 'artist' Neymar
Thomas Tuchel tells PSG to build team around 'artist' Neymar
Thomas Tuchel tells PSG to build team around &#39;artist&#39; Neymar
Thomas Tuchel tells PSG to build team around 'artist' Neymar
Thomas Tuchel tells PSG to build team around 'artist' Neymar
Arsène Wenger&#39;s 22-year term as Arsenal manager has now officially finished with the end of his tenure marked with a win over Huddersfield. Despite Wenger only just having officially left the club, rumours surrounding who will replace him have been swirling for some weeks. There are plenty of names in the mix: legendary former players like Patrick Viera and Thierry Henry; big-name managers like Carlo Ancelotti and Max Allegri; and young coaches, like Mikel Arteta, unproven in managerial roles. According to odds from Betfair, Arteta has emerged as the comfortable favourite, overtaking the likes Allegri and Thomas Tuchel, who previously led the betting. We&#39;ll be tracking the race as it unfolds on this page until the next Arsenal manager is appointed. Who&#39;s winning the race to replace Wenger? The contenders Mikel Arteta Odds: 1/6 Pros: The emotional bond fans felt towards Wenger could be maintained with the appointment of a former player, with supporters rooting for &#39;one of their own&#39;. Not many players are offered jobs by Pep Guardiola, Mauricio Pochettino and Arsenal as soon as they retire so Arteta is obviously a smart cookie. Will have learnt so much in two years under Guardiola and potentially has a very a high ceiling. A club man who will defer to the new structure and hierarchy. Cons:No managerial experience. Arteta has also played alongside several members of Arsenal&#39;s squad - how will that affect his ability to make ruthless and difficult decisions? Possible that fans will have little patience with a rookie. Brendan Rodgers Odds: 18/1 Pros:Coaches attractive and progressive football, and has an impressive history of developing young attackers. Led Liverpool to within touching distance of their first title since 1990, and has done all that could be asked of him (and a bit more) at Celtic. Cons: The teeth, the tan, the catchphrases. Arsenal became a running joke in the late-Wenger years, and Rodgers also lends himself to parody. Would be deeply unpopular with the fans, something likely to count against him. His Liverpool side were also beset by defensive weaknesses, the very area Arsenal urgently need improvement. Buvac is the leading candidate to succeed Wenger Massimiliano Allegri Odds: 20/1 Pros: A proven track record at the highest level of European football, Allegri has guided to Juventus to successive Serie A titles and two Champions League finals. Like Wenger, is a highly respected figure within football who would be a classy public face for the club. Already has experience of succeeding as a much-loved manager (Antonio Conte) and won over the Juve fans who were unhappy with his appointment. Would bring a more pragmatic approach to Arsenal&#39;s football. Cons:Liverpool and Spurs have bettered Arsenal in the past two seasons with coaches who have a clear playing identity or &#39;philosophy&#39;. Allegri is not quite like that. The Italian said &quot;You think tackling, passing & running wins in football. Footballing discussions in Italy is all about tactics and theory, you’re ruining the game. You don’t look at players or skills, but only formations. This is what damages our football.&quot; His tactical flexibility is a virtue, but there is a school of thought it is best served fine-tuning elite teams. Arsenal are more of a project at present. Carlo Ancelotti Odds: 40/1 Pros: A safe pair of hands who could steer Arsenal through what some believe could be a difficult transition. Essentially, he would ensure the club avoid a &#39;Moyes&#39; situation. Has managed in England before, winning the double with Chelsea in 2010. A friendly and avuncular figure who the fans would warm too. Cons: Too similar to Wenger in his methods. Arsenal watchers have long felt their players suffer due to a lack of prescriptive coaching, with Wenger leaving them to find their own solutions. Ancelotti is also more of a manager than a coach, and a laissez-faire approach could result in more of the same. How Arsene Wenger&#39;s potential replacements would change Arsenal Luis Enrique Odds: 50/1 Pros:Has a crystal clear idea of how he wants football to be played, and won the treble at Barcelona. Enrique has a working relationship with Sanllehi, and unlike other names on this list has experience of managing a big European club. Cons: A disastrous spell at Roma is a black mark on his CV, and reports suggest he will make huge financial demands both contractually and in the transfer market. Enrique can also be a spiky and abrasive character who had frequent run-ins with the press at Barcelona. While Wenger was no stranger to the odd moan, he was also a master of charm in press conferences. Moreover, while it would be ridiculous to say managing Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar is &#39;easy&#39;, it does make his work at the Nou Camp difficult to assess. Julian Nagelsmann Odds: 50/1 Pros: A possible dark horse who ticks plenty of Arsenal&#39;s boxes. Was appointed Hoffenheim head coach at the age of 28 in 2015, leading them away from relegation trouble in his first season and qualifying for the Champions League in his second. Coaches a dynamic, energetic style based on fast recoveries of possession and looks a huge prospect. Would fit into Arsenal&#39;s structure seamlessly, and is another networked German. Cons:The move might be two or three years too soon for him. Nagelsmann might be better off developing elsewhere. Zeljko Buvac Odds: 50/1 Pros: Known as &#39;The Brain&#39;, Buvac is a highly-regarded coach with an intimate knowledge of Arsenal and the Premier League working as Jurgen Klopp&#39;s No.2 at Liverpool. Buvac would not demand a transfer warchest - his priority would be getting Arsenal training methods up to speed and extracting the most out of a talented, if unbalanced, squad. Would bring ideas and necessary organisation to Arsenal&#39;s play. Cons: Has not managed since 2001, does not speak English and has never dealt with media commitments. It seems slightly strange that a 57-year-old has not gone it alone before if he really had managerial ambitions. A significant section of the fanbase would greet him with scepticism. Who will replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal? Eddie Howe Odds: 50/1 Pros: See Rodgers. There is no faulting his work at Bournemouth, and Arsenal just might be attracted to the idea of swimming against the stream and appointing an English manager. Cons: It would feel a bit &#39;Moyes-ey&#39;. A spell at Burnley did not quite work out for Howe, raising suspicions he might be uniquely suited to Bournemouth. No big club experience. Like Rodgers, his teams also leak cheap goals. Leonardo Jardim Odds: 50/1 Pros: Some of the brightest talents in European football have passed through Jardim&#39;s hands at Monaco, and he stitched them together in a stylish team that won Ligue 1 and reached the Champions League semi-finals last season. Is used to working at a club that cuts its cloth accordingly in the transfer market, selling their best players for huge fees and reinvesting in the squad. Arsenal will not plan on losing players at the frequency of Monaco, but they also have to be realistic about their place in the financial pecking order. Only 43 years old, too. Cons: Far from a compelling personality, Arsenal might want more from their figurehead. Will Arsenal&#39;s scouting be as fruitful as Monaco&#39;s? Could Patrick Vieira be the man to succeed Arsene Wenger? Credit: AP Joachim Löw Odds: 50/1 Pros: He&#39;s a world champion, and has also built a successful team around Mesut Özil. With Per Mertesacker as head of the academy and Arsenal&#39;s recent purchases from the Bundesliga, there are obvious connections. Tactically fluid. Cons: Löw has not managed at club level since he left Austria Vienna in 2004, and the demands of a top club job are very different to guiding a team through a summer tournament. Patrick Viera Odds: 40/1 Pros: See Arteta, but with the added advantage of managing a team of his own (New York City in the MLS). A club legend who could galvanise the fan-base, and who will have the instant respect of the players. Cons:His abilities as a coach are very difficult to ascertain. While Vieira&#39;s ability as a player is undisputed, he also had a difficult relationship with the club during summer sagas that saw him push for a move, particularly when Real Madrid came calling. Would he do the same as a manager? Odds correct on May 17 and via Betfair.
Next Arsenal manager odds: how the market has changed and who is now favourite to replace Arsene Wenger
Arsène Wenger's 22-year term as Arsenal manager has now officially finished with the end of his tenure marked with a win over Huddersfield. Despite Wenger only just having officially left the club, rumours surrounding who will replace him have been swirling for some weeks. There are plenty of names in the mix: legendary former players like Patrick Viera and Thierry Henry; big-name managers like Carlo Ancelotti and Max Allegri; and young coaches, like Mikel Arteta, unproven in managerial roles. According to odds from Betfair, Arteta has emerged as the comfortable favourite, overtaking the likes Allegri and Thomas Tuchel, who previously led the betting. We'll be tracking the race as it unfolds on this page until the next Arsenal manager is appointed. Who's winning the race to replace Wenger? The contenders Mikel Arteta Odds: 1/6 Pros: The emotional bond fans felt towards Wenger could be maintained with the appointment of a former player, with supporters rooting for 'one of their own'. Not many players are offered jobs by Pep Guardiola, Mauricio Pochettino and Arsenal as soon as they retire so Arteta is obviously a smart cookie. Will have learnt so much in two years under Guardiola and potentially has a very a high ceiling. A club man who will defer to the new structure and hierarchy. Cons:No managerial experience. Arteta has also played alongside several members of Arsenal's squad - how will that affect his ability to make ruthless and difficult decisions? Possible that fans will have little patience with a rookie. Brendan Rodgers Odds: 18/1 Pros:Coaches attractive and progressive football, and has an impressive history of developing young attackers. Led Liverpool to within touching distance of their first title since 1990, and has done all that could be asked of him (and a bit more) at Celtic. Cons: The teeth, the tan, the catchphrases. Arsenal became a running joke in the late-Wenger years, and Rodgers also lends himself to parody. Would be deeply unpopular with the fans, something likely to count against him. His Liverpool side were also beset by defensive weaknesses, the very area Arsenal urgently need improvement. Buvac is the leading candidate to succeed Wenger Massimiliano Allegri Odds: 20/1 Pros: A proven track record at the highest level of European football, Allegri has guided to Juventus to successive Serie A titles and two Champions League finals. Like Wenger, is a highly respected figure within football who would be a classy public face for the club. Already has experience of succeeding as a much-loved manager (Antonio Conte) and won over the Juve fans who were unhappy with his appointment. Would bring a more pragmatic approach to Arsenal's football. Cons:Liverpool and Spurs have bettered Arsenal in the past two seasons with coaches who have a clear playing identity or 'philosophy'. Allegri is not quite like that. The Italian said "You think tackling, passing & running wins in football. Footballing discussions in Italy is all about tactics and theory, you’re ruining the game. You don’t look at players or skills, but only formations. This is what damages our football." His tactical flexibility is a virtue, but there is a school of thought it is best served fine-tuning elite teams. Arsenal are more of a project at present. Carlo Ancelotti Odds: 40/1 Pros: A safe pair of hands who could steer Arsenal through what some believe could be a difficult transition. Essentially, he would ensure the club avoid a 'Moyes' situation. Has managed in England before, winning the double with Chelsea in 2010. A friendly and avuncular figure who the fans would warm too. Cons: Too similar to Wenger in his methods. Arsenal watchers have long felt their players suffer due to a lack of prescriptive coaching, with Wenger leaving them to find their own solutions. Ancelotti is also more of a manager than a coach, and a laissez-faire approach could result in more of the same. How Arsene Wenger's potential replacements would change Arsenal Luis Enrique Odds: 50/1 Pros:Has a crystal clear idea of how he wants football to be played, and won the treble at Barcelona. Enrique has a working relationship with Sanllehi, and unlike other names on this list has experience of managing a big European club. Cons: A disastrous spell at Roma is a black mark on his CV, and reports suggest he will make huge financial demands both contractually and in the transfer market. Enrique can also be a spiky and abrasive character who had frequent run-ins with the press at Barcelona. While Wenger was no stranger to the odd moan, he was also a master of charm in press conferences. Moreover, while it would be ridiculous to say managing Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar is 'easy', it does make his work at the Nou Camp difficult to assess. Julian Nagelsmann Odds: 50/1 Pros: A possible dark horse who ticks plenty of Arsenal's boxes. Was appointed Hoffenheim head coach at the age of 28 in 2015, leading them away from relegation trouble in his first season and qualifying for the Champions League in his second. Coaches a dynamic, energetic style based on fast recoveries of possession and looks a huge prospect. Would fit into Arsenal's structure seamlessly, and is another networked German. Cons:The move might be two or three years too soon for him. Nagelsmann might be better off developing elsewhere. Zeljko Buvac Odds: 50/1 Pros: Known as 'The Brain', Buvac is a highly-regarded coach with an intimate knowledge of Arsenal and the Premier League working as Jurgen Klopp's No.2 at Liverpool. Buvac would not demand a transfer warchest - his priority would be getting Arsenal training methods up to speed and extracting the most out of a talented, if unbalanced, squad. Would bring ideas and necessary organisation to Arsenal's play. Cons: Has not managed since 2001, does not speak English and has never dealt with media commitments. It seems slightly strange that a 57-year-old has not gone it alone before if he really had managerial ambitions. A significant section of the fanbase would greet him with scepticism. Who will replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal? Eddie Howe Odds: 50/1 Pros: See Rodgers. There is no faulting his work at Bournemouth, and Arsenal just might be attracted to the idea of swimming against the stream and appointing an English manager. Cons: It would feel a bit 'Moyes-ey'. A spell at Burnley did not quite work out for Howe, raising suspicions he might be uniquely suited to Bournemouth. No big club experience. Like Rodgers, his teams also leak cheap goals. Leonardo Jardim Odds: 50/1 Pros: Some of the brightest talents in European football have passed through Jardim's hands at Monaco, and he stitched them together in a stylish team that won Ligue 1 and reached the Champions League semi-finals last season. Is used to working at a club that cuts its cloth accordingly in the transfer market, selling their best players for huge fees and reinvesting in the squad. Arsenal will not plan on losing players at the frequency of Monaco, but they also have to be realistic about their place in the financial pecking order. Only 43 years old, too. Cons: Far from a compelling personality, Arsenal might want more from their figurehead. Will Arsenal's scouting be as fruitful as Monaco's? Could Patrick Vieira be the man to succeed Arsene Wenger? Credit: AP Joachim Löw Odds: 50/1 Pros: He's a world champion, and has also built a successful team around Mesut Özil. With Per Mertesacker as head of the academy and Arsenal's recent purchases from the Bundesliga, there are obvious connections. Tactically fluid. Cons: Löw has not managed at club level since he left Austria Vienna in 2004, and the demands of a top club job are very different to guiding a team through a summer tournament. Patrick Viera Odds: 40/1 Pros: See Arteta, but with the added advantage of managing a team of his own (New York City in the MLS). A club legend who could galvanise the fan-base, and who will have the instant respect of the players. Cons:His abilities as a coach are very difficult to ascertain. While Vieira's ability as a player is undisputed, he also had a difficult relationship with the club during summer sagas that saw him push for a move, particularly when Real Madrid came calling. Would he do the same as a manager? Odds correct on May 17 and via Betfair.
Arsène Wenger&#39;s 22-year term as Arsenal manager has now officially finished with the end of his tenure marked with a win over Huddersfield. Despite Wenger only just having officially left the club, rumours surrounding who will replace him have been swirling for some weeks. There are plenty of names in the mix: legendary former players like Patrick Viera and Thierry Henry; big-name managers like Carlo Ancelotti and Max Allegri; and young coaches, like Mikel Arteta, unproven in managerial roles. According to odds from Betfair, Arteta has emerged as the comfortable favourite, overtaking the likes Allegri and Thomas Tuchel, who previously led the betting. We&#39;ll be tracking the race as it unfolds on this page until the next Arsenal manager is appointed. Who&#39;s winning the race to replace Wenger? The contenders Mikel Arteta Odds: 1/6 Pros: The emotional bond fans felt towards Wenger could be maintained with the appointment of a former player, with supporters rooting for &#39;one of their own&#39;. Not many players are offered jobs by Pep Guardiola, Mauricio Pochettino and Arsenal as soon as they retire so Arteta is obviously a smart cookie. Will have learnt so much in two years under Guardiola and potentially has a very a high ceiling. A club man who will defer to the new structure and hierarchy. Cons:No managerial experience. Arteta has also played alongside several members of Arsenal&#39;s squad - how will that affect his ability to make ruthless and difficult decisions? Possible that fans will have little patience with a rookie. Brendan Rodgers Odds: 18/1 Pros:Coaches attractive and progressive football, and has an impressive history of developing young attackers. Led Liverpool to within touching distance of their first title since 1990, and has done all that could be asked of him (and a bit more) at Celtic. Cons: The teeth, the tan, the catchphrases. Arsenal became a running joke in the late-Wenger years, and Rodgers also lends himself to parody. Would be deeply unpopular with the fans, something likely to count against him. His Liverpool side were also beset by defensive weaknesses, the very area Arsenal urgently need improvement. Buvac is the leading candidate to succeed Wenger Massimiliano Allegri Odds: 20/1 Pros: A proven track record at the highest level of European football, Allegri has guided to Juventus to successive Serie A titles and two Champions League finals. Like Wenger, is a highly respected figure within football who would be a classy public face for the club. Already has experience of succeeding as a much-loved manager (Antonio Conte) and won over the Juve fans who were unhappy with his appointment. Would bring a more pragmatic approach to Arsenal&#39;s football. Cons:Liverpool and Spurs have bettered Arsenal in the past two seasons with coaches who have a clear playing identity or &#39;philosophy&#39;. Allegri is not quite like that. The Italian said &quot;You think tackling, passing & running wins in football. Footballing discussions in Italy is all about tactics and theory, you’re ruining the game. You don’t look at players or skills, but only formations. This is what damages our football.&quot; His tactical flexibility is a virtue, but there is a school of thought it is best served fine-tuning elite teams. Arsenal are more of a project at present. Carlo Ancelotti Odds: 40/1 Pros: A safe pair of hands who could steer Arsenal through what some believe could be a difficult transition. Essentially, he would ensure the club avoid a &#39;Moyes&#39; situation. Has managed in England before, winning the double with Chelsea in 2010. A friendly and avuncular figure who the fans would warm too. Cons: Too similar to Wenger in his methods. Arsenal watchers have long felt their players suffer due to a lack of prescriptive coaching, with Wenger leaving them to find their own solutions. Ancelotti is also more of a manager than a coach, and a laissez-faire approach could result in more of the same. How Arsene Wenger&#39;s potential replacements would change Arsenal Luis Enrique Odds: 50/1 Pros:Has a crystal clear idea of how he wants football to be played, and won the treble at Barcelona. Enrique has a working relationship with Sanllehi, and unlike other names on this list has experience of managing a big European club. Cons: A disastrous spell at Roma is a black mark on his CV, and reports suggest he will make huge financial demands both contractually and in the transfer market. Enrique can also be a spiky and abrasive character who had frequent run-ins with the press at Barcelona. While Wenger was no stranger to the odd moan, he was also a master of charm in press conferences. Moreover, while it would be ridiculous to say managing Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar is &#39;easy&#39;, it does make his work at the Nou Camp difficult to assess. Julian Nagelsmann Odds: 50/1 Pros: A possible dark horse who ticks plenty of Arsenal&#39;s boxes. Was appointed Hoffenheim head coach at the age of 28 in 2015, leading them away from relegation trouble in his first season and qualifying for the Champions League in his second. Coaches a dynamic, energetic style based on fast recoveries of possession and looks a huge prospect. Would fit into Arsenal&#39;s structure seamlessly, and is another networked German. Cons:The move might be two or three years too soon for him. Nagelsmann might be better off developing elsewhere. Zeljko Buvac Odds: 50/1 Pros: Known as &#39;The Brain&#39;, Buvac is a highly-regarded coach with an intimate knowledge of Arsenal and the Premier League working as Jurgen Klopp&#39;s No.2 at Liverpool. Buvac would not demand a transfer warchest - his priority would be getting Arsenal training methods up to speed and extracting the most out of a talented, if unbalanced, squad. Would bring ideas and necessary organisation to Arsenal&#39;s play. Cons: Has not managed since 2001, does not speak English and has never dealt with media commitments. It seems slightly strange that a 57-year-old has not gone it alone before if he really had managerial ambitions. A significant section of the fanbase would greet him with scepticism. Who will replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal? Eddie Howe Odds: 50/1 Pros: See Rodgers. There is no faulting his work at Bournemouth, and Arsenal just might be attracted to the idea of swimming against the stream and appointing an English manager. Cons: It would feel a bit &#39;Moyes-ey&#39;. A spell at Burnley did not quite work out for Howe, raising suspicions he might be uniquely suited to Bournemouth. No big club experience. Like Rodgers, his teams also leak cheap goals. Leonardo Jardim Odds: 50/1 Pros: Some of the brightest talents in European football have passed through Jardim&#39;s hands at Monaco, and he stitched them together in a stylish team that won Ligue 1 and reached the Champions League semi-finals last season. Is used to working at a club that cuts its cloth accordingly in the transfer market, selling their best players for huge fees and reinvesting in the squad. Arsenal will not plan on losing players at the frequency of Monaco, but they also have to be realistic about their place in the financial pecking order. Only 43 years old, too. Cons: Far from a compelling personality, Arsenal might want more from their figurehead. Will Arsenal&#39;s scouting be as fruitful as Monaco&#39;s? Could Patrick Vieira be the man to succeed Arsene Wenger? Credit: AP Joachim Löw Odds: 50/1 Pros: He&#39;s a world champion, and has also built a successful team around Mesut Özil. With Per Mertesacker as head of the academy and Arsenal&#39;s recent purchases from the Bundesliga, there are obvious connections. Tactically fluid. Cons: Löw has not managed at club level since he left Austria Vienna in 2004, and the demands of a top club job are very different to guiding a team through a summer tournament. Patrick Viera Odds: 40/1 Pros: See Arteta, but with the added advantage of managing a team of his own (New York City in the MLS). A club legend who could galvanise the fan-base, and who will have the instant respect of the players. Cons:His abilities as a coach are very difficult to ascertain. While Vieira&#39;s ability as a player is undisputed, he also had a difficult relationship with the club during summer sagas that saw him push for a move, particularly when Real Madrid came calling. Would he do the same as a manager? Odds correct on May 17 and via Betfair.
Next Arsenal manager odds: how the market has changed and who is now favourite to replace Arsene Wenger
Arsène Wenger's 22-year term as Arsenal manager has now officially finished with the end of his tenure marked with a win over Huddersfield. Despite Wenger only just having officially left the club, rumours surrounding who will replace him have been swirling for some weeks. There are plenty of names in the mix: legendary former players like Patrick Viera and Thierry Henry; big-name managers like Carlo Ancelotti and Max Allegri; and young coaches, like Mikel Arteta, unproven in managerial roles. According to odds from Betfair, Arteta has emerged as the comfortable favourite, overtaking the likes Allegri and Thomas Tuchel, who previously led the betting. We'll be tracking the race as it unfolds on this page until the next Arsenal manager is appointed. Who's winning the race to replace Wenger? The contenders Mikel Arteta Odds: 1/6 Pros: The emotional bond fans felt towards Wenger could be maintained with the appointment of a former player, with supporters rooting for 'one of their own'. Not many players are offered jobs by Pep Guardiola, Mauricio Pochettino and Arsenal as soon as they retire so Arteta is obviously a smart cookie. Will have learnt so much in two years under Guardiola and potentially has a very a high ceiling. A club man who will defer to the new structure and hierarchy. Cons:No managerial experience. Arteta has also played alongside several members of Arsenal's squad - how will that affect his ability to make ruthless and difficult decisions? Possible that fans will have little patience with a rookie. Brendan Rodgers Odds: 18/1 Pros:Coaches attractive and progressive football, and has an impressive history of developing young attackers. Led Liverpool to within touching distance of their first title since 1990, and has done all that could be asked of him (and a bit more) at Celtic. Cons: The teeth, the tan, the catchphrases. Arsenal became a running joke in the late-Wenger years, and Rodgers also lends himself to parody. Would be deeply unpopular with the fans, something likely to count against him. His Liverpool side were also beset by defensive weaknesses, the very area Arsenal urgently need improvement. Buvac is the leading candidate to succeed Wenger Massimiliano Allegri Odds: 20/1 Pros: A proven track record at the highest level of European football, Allegri has guided to Juventus to successive Serie A titles and two Champions League finals. Like Wenger, is a highly respected figure within football who would be a classy public face for the club. Already has experience of succeeding as a much-loved manager (Antonio Conte) and won over the Juve fans who were unhappy with his appointment. Would bring a more pragmatic approach to Arsenal's football. Cons:Liverpool and Spurs have bettered Arsenal in the past two seasons with coaches who have a clear playing identity or 'philosophy'. Allegri is not quite like that. The Italian said "You think tackling, passing & running wins in football. Footballing discussions in Italy is all about tactics and theory, you’re ruining the game. You don’t look at players or skills, but only formations. This is what damages our football." His tactical flexibility is a virtue, but there is a school of thought it is best served fine-tuning elite teams. Arsenal are more of a project at present. Carlo Ancelotti Odds: 40/1 Pros: A safe pair of hands who could steer Arsenal through what some believe could be a difficult transition. Essentially, he would ensure the club avoid a 'Moyes' situation. Has managed in England before, winning the double with Chelsea in 2010. A friendly and avuncular figure who the fans would warm too. Cons: Too similar to Wenger in his methods. Arsenal watchers have long felt their players suffer due to a lack of prescriptive coaching, with Wenger leaving them to find their own solutions. Ancelotti is also more of a manager than a coach, and a laissez-faire approach could result in more of the same. How Arsene Wenger's potential replacements would change Arsenal Luis Enrique Odds: 50/1 Pros:Has a crystal clear idea of how he wants football to be played, and won the treble at Barcelona. Enrique has a working relationship with Sanllehi, and unlike other names on this list has experience of managing a big European club. Cons: A disastrous spell at Roma is a black mark on his CV, and reports suggest he will make huge financial demands both contractually and in the transfer market. Enrique can also be a spiky and abrasive character who had frequent run-ins with the press at Barcelona. While Wenger was no stranger to the odd moan, he was also a master of charm in press conferences. Moreover, while it would be ridiculous to say managing Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar is 'easy', it does make his work at the Nou Camp difficult to assess. Julian Nagelsmann Odds: 50/1 Pros: A possible dark horse who ticks plenty of Arsenal's boxes. Was appointed Hoffenheim head coach at the age of 28 in 2015, leading them away from relegation trouble in his first season and qualifying for the Champions League in his second. Coaches a dynamic, energetic style based on fast recoveries of possession and looks a huge prospect. Would fit into Arsenal's structure seamlessly, and is another networked German. Cons:The move might be two or three years too soon for him. Nagelsmann might be better off developing elsewhere. Zeljko Buvac Odds: 50/1 Pros: Known as 'The Brain', Buvac is a highly-regarded coach with an intimate knowledge of Arsenal and the Premier League working as Jurgen Klopp's No.2 at Liverpool. Buvac would not demand a transfer warchest - his priority would be getting Arsenal training methods up to speed and extracting the most out of a talented, if unbalanced, squad. Would bring ideas and necessary organisation to Arsenal's play. Cons: Has not managed since 2001, does not speak English and has never dealt with media commitments. It seems slightly strange that a 57-year-old has not gone it alone before if he really had managerial ambitions. A significant section of the fanbase would greet him with scepticism. Who will replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal? Eddie Howe Odds: 50/1 Pros: See Rodgers. There is no faulting his work at Bournemouth, and Arsenal just might be attracted to the idea of swimming against the stream and appointing an English manager. Cons: It would feel a bit 'Moyes-ey'. A spell at Burnley did not quite work out for Howe, raising suspicions he might be uniquely suited to Bournemouth. No big club experience. Like Rodgers, his teams also leak cheap goals. Leonardo Jardim Odds: 50/1 Pros: Some of the brightest talents in European football have passed through Jardim's hands at Monaco, and he stitched them together in a stylish team that won Ligue 1 and reached the Champions League semi-finals last season. Is used to working at a club that cuts its cloth accordingly in the transfer market, selling their best players for huge fees and reinvesting in the squad. Arsenal will not plan on losing players at the frequency of Monaco, but they also have to be realistic about their place in the financial pecking order. Only 43 years old, too. Cons: Far from a compelling personality, Arsenal might want more from their figurehead. Will Arsenal's scouting be as fruitful as Monaco's? Could Patrick Vieira be the man to succeed Arsene Wenger? Credit: AP Joachim Löw Odds: 50/1 Pros: He's a world champion, and has also built a successful team around Mesut Özil. With Per Mertesacker as head of the academy and Arsenal's recent purchases from the Bundesliga, there are obvious connections. Tactically fluid. Cons: Löw has not managed at club level since he left Austria Vienna in 2004, and the demands of a top club job are very different to guiding a team through a summer tournament. Patrick Viera Odds: 40/1 Pros: See Arteta, but with the added advantage of managing a team of his own (New York City in the MLS). A club legend who could galvanise the fan-base, and who will have the instant respect of the players. Cons:His abilities as a coach are very difficult to ascertain. While Vieira's ability as a player is undisputed, he also had a difficult relationship with the club during summer sagas that saw him push for a move, particularly when Real Madrid came calling. Would he do the same as a manager? Odds correct on May 17 and via Betfair.
A foul-mouthed outburst in the Golden State Warriors hammering of the Houston Rockets did not sit well with Stephen Curry&#39;s mother.
Wash your mouth out! - Curry's expletive outburst earns scolding from mother
A foul-mouthed outburst in the Golden State Warriors hammering of the Houston Rockets did not sit well with Stephen Curry's mother.
Even while cruising, the roar of the V12 is sensational.
Apollo IE Manages To Stand Out Even In Monaco Traffic
Even while cruising, the roar of the V12 is sensational.
Even while cruising, the roar of the V12 is sensational.
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Andres Iniesta bids tearful farewell to Barcelona after final Nou Camp game
Andres Iniesta bids tearful farewell to Barcelona after final Nou Camp game
Andres Iniesta bids tearful farewell to Barcelona after final Nou Camp game
Andres Iniesta bids tearful farewell to Barcelona after final Nou Camp game
Andres Iniesta bids tearful farewell to Barcelona after final Nou Camp game
Andres Iniesta bids tearful farewell to Barcelona after final Nou Camp game
Andres Iniesta bids tearful farewell to Barcelona after final Nou Camp game
Andres Iniesta bids tearful farewell to Barcelona after final Nou Camp game
Andres Iniesta bids tearful farewell to Barcelona after final Nou Camp game
Andres Iniesta bids tearful farewell to Barcelona after final Nou Camp game
Andres Iniesta bids tearful farewell to Barcelona after final Nou Camp game
Andres Iniesta bids tearful farewell to Barcelona after final Nou Camp game
The ban could cost the industry up to $17 billion, specialists say.
German Cities Can Ban Older Diesel Cars Right Away
The ban could cost the industry up to $17 billion, specialists say.
The ban could cost the industry up to $17 billion, specialists say.
German Cities Can Ban Older Diesel Cars Right Away
The ban could cost the industry up to $17 billion, specialists say.
Andres Iniesta played his last match for Barcelona on Sunday and Ivan Rakitic thinks his imminent departure has already affected the club.
Rakitic lost for words as Iniesta heads for Barcelona exit
Andres Iniesta played his last match for Barcelona on Sunday and Ivan Rakitic thinks his imminent departure has already affected the club.
The Premier League champions spent big as Pep Guardiola remodelled the side, but it is unlikely that there will be a similar splash this year
Man City chairman suggests no repeat of £200m summer spending spree
The Premier League champions spent big as Pep Guardiola remodelled the side, but it is unlikely that there will be a similar splash this year
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England World Cup squad guide: Full fixtures, group, ones to watch, odds and more
England World Cup squad guide: Full fixtures, group, ones to watch, odds and more
England World Cup squad guide: Full fixtures, group, ones to watch, odds and more
England World Cup squad guide: Full fixtures, group, ones to watch, odds and more
England World Cup squad guide: Full fixtures, group, ones to watch, odds and more
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Chelsea were accused of being defensive in their FA Cup final win but Antonio Conte says they need new players to change their style.
Conte: Chelsea must overhaul squad to change style
Chelsea were accused of being defensive in their FA Cup final win but Antonio Conte says they need new players to change their style.
The ex-Reds midfielder has said that the Anfield club are on course for domestic glory if they can keep hold of the Egypt international star
Liverpool can't lose Suarez, Coutinho and Salah! - Johnston
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The Manchester City full-back is targeting all-out victory in Russia, and promises that he will be fully fit after an injury-hit campaign
Mendy: France are going to the World Cup to win
The Manchester City full-back is targeting all-out victory in Russia, and promises that he will be fully fit after an injury-hit campaign
There are 24 days to go until the World Cup starts, but will we ever see a repeat of one of the tournament&#39;s finest team goals?
World Cup countdown - 24 days to go - Pass masters Argentina
There are 24 days to go until the World Cup starts, but will we ever see a repeat of one of the tournament's finest team goals?
There are 24 days to go until the World Cup starts, but will we ever see a repeat of one of the tournament&#39;s finest team goals?
World Cup countdown - 24 days to go - Pass masters Argentina
There are 24 days to go until the World Cup starts, but will we ever see a repeat of one of the tournament's finest team goals?
There are 24 days to go until the World Cup starts, but will we ever see a repeat of one of the tournament&#39;s finest team goals?
World Cup countdown - 24 days to go - Pass masters Argentina
There are 24 days to go until the World Cup starts, but will we ever see a repeat of one of the tournament's finest team goals?
2-1 en la eliminatoria
Cavaliers 116-86 Celtics
2-1 en la eliminatoria
2-1 en la eliminatoria
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2-1 en la eliminatoria
2-1 en la eliminatoria
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Branden Grace celebrated his 30th birthday in style, making the biggest charge of the final round at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
Grace celebrates birthday with final-round 62
Branden Grace celebrated his 30th birthday in style, making the biggest charge of the final round at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
Jose Mourinho claimed that he expected the Belgian to stay on at Old Trafford, but a summer switch to Serie A could seemingly be on the cards
'Fellaini won't renew at Man Utd' - AC Milan director points towards transfer
Jose Mourinho claimed that he expected the Belgian to stay on at Old Trafford, but a summer switch to Serie A could seemingly be on the cards
Jose Mourinho claimed that he expected the Belgian to stay on at Old Trafford, but a summer switch to Serie A could seemingly be on the cards
'Fellaini won't renew at Man Utd' - AC Milan director points towards transfer
Jose Mourinho claimed that he expected the Belgian to stay on at Old Trafford, but a summer switch to Serie A could seemingly be on the cards
Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Sergio Romo throws to the plate during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
Cleveland's bullpen blues keeping AL Central in play
Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Sergio Romo throws to the plate during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
Cleveland Indians relief pitcher Andrew Miller reacts after Kansas City Royals&#39; Salvador Perez hit a two-run home run during the seventh inning of a baseball game Friday, May 11, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Cleveland's bullpen blues keeping AL Central in play
Cleveland Indians relief pitcher Andrew Miller reacts after Kansas City Royals' Salvador Perez hit a two-run home run during the seventh inning of a baseball game Friday, May 11, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
FILE - In this Wednesday, May 16, 2018, file photo, Texas Rangers starting pitcher Bartolo Colon throws to a Seattle Mariners batter during the third inning of a baseball game in Seattle. Just days before his 45th birthday, Bartolo Colon (2-1, 2.82 ERA) is scheduled to pitch Monday, May 21, 2018, for last-place Texas against the hard-hitting New York Yankees, who socked nine homers and totaled 18 runs in the final two games of their series at Kansas City. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)
LEADING OFF: Big Sexy vs Bronx Bombers; Harper in walk year
FILE - In this Wednesday, May 16, 2018, file photo, Texas Rangers starting pitcher Bartolo Colon throws to a Seattle Mariners batter during the third inning of a baseball game in Seattle. Just days before his 45th birthday, Bartolo Colon (2-1, 2.82 ERA) is scheduled to pitch Monday, May 21, 2018, for last-place Texas against the hard-hitting New York Yankees, who socked nine homers and totaled 18 runs in the final two games of their series at Kansas City. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)
Washington Nationals&#39; Bryce Harper wears glasses to bat during the first inning of the first baseball game of a doubleheader against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Nationals Park, Saturday, May 19, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
LEADING OFF: Big Sexy vs Bronx Bombers; Harper in walk year
Washington Nationals' Bryce Harper wears glasses to bat during the first inning of the first baseball game of a doubleheader against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Nationals Park, Saturday, May 19, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop Nick Ahmed (13) approaches pitcher Andrew Chafin (40) for a conference on the mound during the ninth inning of a baseball game against the New York Mets, Saturday, May 19, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
LEADING OFF: Big Sexy vs Bronx Bombers; Harper in walk year
Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop Nick Ahmed (13) approaches pitcher Andrew Chafin (40) for a conference on the mound during the ninth inning of a baseball game against the New York Mets, Saturday, May 19, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
St. Louis Cardinals&#39; Tyler O&#39;Neill, left, is congratulated by teammate Jose Martinez after hitting a solo home run during the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
LEADING OFF: Big Sexy vs Bronx Bombers; Harper in walk year
St. Louis Cardinals' Tyler O'Neill, left, is congratulated by teammate Jose Martinez after hitting a solo home run during the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
St. Louis Cardinals&#39; Tyler O&#39;Neill (41) and Tommy Pham (28) celebrate following a baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
LEADING OFF: Big Sexy vs Bronx Bombers; Harper in walk year
St. Louis Cardinals' Tyler O'Neill (41) and Tommy Pham (28) celebrate following a baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Clay Buchholz reacts as New York Mets&#39; Amed Rosario runs the bases after hitting a home run during the sixth inning of a baseball game Sunday, May 20, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
LEADING OFF: Big Sexy vs Bronx Bombers; Harper in walk year
Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Clay Buchholz reacts as New York Mets' Amed Rosario runs the bases after hitting a home run during the sixth inning of a baseball game Sunday, May 20, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
Washington Nationals rightfielder Bryce Harper looks on during a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)
LEADING OFF: Big Sexy vs Bronx Bombers; Harper in walk year
Washington Nationals rightfielder Bryce Harper looks on during a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)
New York Mets catcher Tomas Nido, right, tags out Arizona Diamondbacks&#39; Jeff Mathis (2) at home plate during the fifth inning of a baseball game Sunday, May 20, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
LEADING OFF: Big Sexy vs Bronx Bombers; Harper in walk year
New York Mets catcher Tomas Nido, right, tags out Arizona Diamondbacks' Jeff Mathis (2) at home plate during the fifth inning of a baseball game Sunday, May 20, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
New York Yankees&#39; Tyler Austin, right, celebrates with Aaron Hicks after hitting a two-run home run during the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Kansas City Royals, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
LEADING OFF: Big Sexy vs Bronx Bombers; Harper in walk year
New York Yankees' Tyler Austin, right, celebrates with Aaron Hicks after hitting a two-run home run during the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Kansas City Royals, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
Washington Nationals&#39; Bryce Harper wear glasses before the first baseball game of a doubleheader against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Nationals Park, Saturday, May 19, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
LEADING OFF: Big Sexy vs Bronx Bombers; Harper in walk year
Washington Nationals' Bryce Harper wear glasses before the first baseball game of a doubleheader against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Nationals Park, Saturday, May 19, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Washington Nationals&#39; Bryce Harper looks out from the dugout before a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)
LEADING OFF: Big Sexy vs Bronx Bombers; Harper in walk year
Washington Nationals' Bryce Harper looks out from the dugout before a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Sunday, May 20, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

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