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Luis Enrique Named Head Coach of the Spanish National Team

Luis Enrique Named Head Coach of the Spanish National Team

The Spanish football federation announced Monday that former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique has been named head coach of the national team. He has signed a 2 year contract to manage the former World Cup champion. Enrique is the third head coach of the national team in less than a month. Two days before Spain’s first [...]

July 9, 2018 admin Headlines, Soccer 0

Joachim Low Will Remain as Germany’s Head Coach

Joachim Low Will Remain as Germany’s Head Coach

Despite Germany’s shocking World Cup exit, finishing last in their group despite having won the Cup four years ago, Joachim Low will keep his job and remain as the team’s head coach. Germany lost 2-0 to South Korea last week and failed to reach the knockout stage for the first time since 1938. After the [...]

July 3, 2018 admin Headlines, Soccer 0

Real Madrid Denies Bid for Neymar

Real Madrid Denies Bid for Neymar

Real Madrid has issued a statement denying Spanish media reports that the club had made an official offer for Paris Saint-Germain star forward Neymar. According to Espanola (TVE) thel club offered €310-million for Neymar, but Real Madrid vehemently deny it. “Given the information issued tonight by TVE on a supposed offer of Real Madrid to [...]

July 3, 2018 admin Headlines, Soccer 0

Bud Cauley’s Return is Unknown After Car Accident

Bud Cauley’s Return is Unknown After Car Accident

Less than three days after “the scariest night” of his life, Bud Cauley says he’s “thankful to be alive.” Former Alabama golf star and current PGA Tour golfer Bud Cauley was hospitalized with multiple injuries following a single-car accident in which he was the passenger. Cauley suffered five broken ribs, a collapsed lung and a [...]

June 4, 2018 admin Golf, Headlines 0

Serena, Venus Win Opening Doubles Match at Roland Garros

Serena, Venus Win Opening Doubles Match at Roland Garros

Serena and Venus Williams have won their first Grand Slam doubles match in nearly two years. The sisters moved into the second round of the French Open by defeating the 14th-seeded Japanese pairing of Shuko Aoyama and Miyu Kato. The Williams sisters have not played doubles together since winning at Wimbledon two years ago and [...]

May 30, 2018 admin Headlines, Tennis 0

Harry Kane Named England’s 2018 World Cup Captain

Harry Kane Named England’s 2018 World Cup Captain

On Tuesday, the Football Association announced that Harry Kane will be England’s captain at the World Cup in Russia. “Harry has some outstanding personal qualities,” Gareth Southgate said. “He is a meticulous professional and one of the most important things for a captain is that they set the standard every day. “He has belief and [...]

May 22, 2018 admin Headlines, Soccer 0

Steven Gerrard is the New Rangers Manager

Steven Gerrard is the New Rangers Manager

Steven Gerrard signed a four-year contract to become the new manager of Rangers and will officially take over in the summer. “I am honoured to become the next manager of Rangers. I have enormous respect for this football club, and its history and tradition,” Gerrard said. “I can’t wait to start this new journey at [...]

May 4, 2018 admin Headlines, Soccer 0

Juan Martin Del Potro Wins Indian Wells Title

Juan Martin Del Potro Wins Indian Wells Title

Juan Martin del Potro ended Roger Federer’s best ever start to a season to become the first Argentine to win a top-tier Masters series event. This win gives Del Potro his first Masters 1000 title of his career. The 29-year-old had to stave off match point by Federer on three occasions in the final set, [...]

March 19, 2018 admin Headlines, Tennis 0

U.S. Beats Canada in Shootout for Women’s Hockey Gold

U.S. Beats Canada in Shootout for Women’s Hockey Gold

The Americans have won their first gold medal in women’s hockey since 1998. The 3-2 shootout loss the Canadian women’s hockey team suffered to their bitter rivals from the United States left each of Canada’s 23 players stunned, devastated, or in tears. It was an outcome they weren’t used to, with Canada having won the [...]

February 22, 2018 admin Headlines, Olympics 0

Chris Del Bosco Injured in Horrific Skicross Crash

Chris Del Bosco Injured in Horrific Skicross Crash

A Canadian freestyle skier, Chris Del Bosco, suffered a terrifying crash during the skicross final heat. The Montreal resident lost control mid-air as his head whipped back, leading to an awkward fall on his right side during the men’s 1/8 final on Wednesday. The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) said he is in stable condition and [...]

February 22, 2018 admin Headlines, Olympics 0