Month: February 2021

9:14 AM GMT France’s Six Nations game against Scotland was in doubt again on Thursday after the French rugby federation (FFR) suspended training due to another player testing positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number infected to 11. The entire squad was now isolating, FFR said. After two days without a new case in the
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7:09 AM ET ONE MONTH INTO the NBA season, Steve Kerr had seen enough to make a rather grand declaration about the Utah Jazz. The Jazz had just dismissed Kerr’s Golden State Warriors, leading by 36 points after three quarters and cruising to a 127-108 victory on Jan. 23. It was Utah’s eighth straight win,
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1:25 AM ET Swiss Jil Teichmann and American teen Coco Gauff are into the final four of the Adelaide International after surviving tough quarterfinal encounters. Teichmann clawed her way to a marathon victory over Latvian veteran Anastasija Sevastova, winning 6-4, 6-7(8), 7-5, and was later joined by Gauff, who also had a fighting battle with
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In the past decade Moroccan giants Wydad Casablanca have reached the Caf Champions League final on three occasions and won it once, in 2017 Kaizer Chiefs head coach Gavin Hunt believes the change of venue for his side’s Caf Champions League showdown with Wydad Casablanca could potentially work in Amakhosi’s favour. The Group C Champions
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2:07 PM ET Manchester United Treble winner Dwight Yorke has told ESPN that “taking the knee” before Premier League games has become a “token gesture” and said he understands Wilfried Zaha decision to stop participating in the pre-match initiative. – Stream ESPN FC Daily on ESPN+ (U.S. only) Crystal Palace forward Zaha last week described
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11:17 PM ET The father of Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker, Jose Becker, died in a tragic accident on Wednesday. Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/Getty Images The father of Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker drowned in a lake near his holiday home in southern Brazil on Wednesday, local police said. Jose Becker, 57, had been swimming at a
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9:49 PM ET Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea — Free-agent outfielder Shin-Soo Choo has agreed to a one-year contract to play for a baseball club in his native South Korea. Choo, who spent the last seven seasons with the Texas Rangers, signed a 2.7 billion won ($2.4 million) deal with a Korean Baseball Organization team
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8:52 PM ET Associated Press The United States women’s national team beat Argentina 6-0 to repeat as SheBelieves Cup champions. Wednesday’s win at Orlando’s Exploria Stadium gave the USWNT its third straight win after 1-0 victories over Canada and Brazil. The U.S. were able to put away Argentina early on as Megan Rapinoe scored twice
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