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  • Oakland Raiders Officially Announce Jon Gruden Is Back As Head Coach

    Gruden's $100 million contract with the Raiders is the largest in National Football League history. Gruden replaces Jack Del Rio, who left the Raiders on December 31 after three years. In 2016, Oakland won 12 games, which gave Del Rio a four-year extension, but this season the team failed to deliver with a 6-10 2017 season. In 2008, the Super Bowl-winning Head Coach parted ways with the Buccaneers, and ventured into the broadcast booth.

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  • LaVar Ball: Lakers 'don't want to play for' Luke Walton

    In response to Ball's comments, Walton told reporters that he did not feel that his job was in jeopardy. The rookie's father has a habit of providing outrageous quotes to get attention, and the team also had a meeting with the parent earlier in the season about toning down criticism centered on the coach and the team.

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  • Frank Lampard reveals real reason why Barcelona have signed Philippe Coutinho

    Coutinho's name briefly appeared on a Nike advert for Barcelona shirts last week before being removed. "It is his dream and I am now convinced there is nothing left at our disposal to change his mind". Coutinho, who joined Liverpool from Inter in January 2013, was the subject of significant interest from Barca in the previous transfer window, but a switch to Camp Nou failed to materialise as Liverpool rejected multiple bids and the playmaker's transfer request.

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  • Late goals give Man United 2-0 win over Derby

    Late goals give Man United 2-0 win over Derby

    Romelu Lukaku sealed the match in the last minute with a low shot from the centre of the box after being sent through by Anthony Martial following a fast counter-attack, 2-0. Mkhitaryan eventually got a cross right with 10 minutes of the first 45 left, directing an in-swinger from the left into a crowd of men in the Derby area, and Marcus Rashford rose highest to direct his header onto the post.

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  • Klopp defends Van Dijk fee: 'I don't throw money around'

    Klopp defends Van Dijk fee: 'I don't throw money around'

    The now Leicester boss had Van Dijk as his skipper at Southampton last season as the Saints fought to keep the centre-back. While most of the arguments around the transfer were based on the huge fee, valid points were raised on the question marks over van Dijk's attitude and the fact that it can be perceived to be something of a desperation move from Jurgen Klopp to turn out his pockets in order to try to solve his defensive woes.

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  • Texas jobless rate drops to lowest in 40 years

    Texas jobless rate drops to lowest in 40 years

    The County of Maui as a whole had a 2.1% unemployment rate (non seasonally adjusted) for November 2017, up from the 2% rate in October 2017, and down from the 3.1% rate at the same time past year. During the past year, the largest absolute gains were in Texas, where the number of jobs climbed 330,600. Alaska and North Dakota shed jobs between October and November.

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  • Questions Surrounding Manny Machado, Zach Britton Increase Orioles' 2018 Uncertainty

    Questions Surrounding Manny Machado, Zach Britton Increase Orioles' 2018 Uncertainty

    He led the league with 47 saves and had a 0.54 ERA and 0.836 WHIP. However, Britton's injury now prevents him from being traded, and it also means that Brad Brach will have to, in all likelihood, assume the closer role in Baltimore. Instead, Britton will be coming off two injury-plagued seasons. As for relievers on the trade market, they'll be more greatly impacted and the obvious name that comes to mind here is Alex Colome .

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  • Kaka eyes future in the boardroom after resisting Milan swansong

    Kaka eyes future in the boardroom after resisting Milan swansong

    The local media quoted Kaka as saying, "I am preparing to continue in football and to have a different role, but I will no longer be a professional player, an athlete". "Thank you! I'm now ready for the next journey", he posted on Twitter, alongside a picture of himself in a T-shirt labelled "I belong to Jesus". The attacking midfielder won the Italian Serie A with Milan and the 2007 Champions League and collected league and cup titles with Real.

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  • United's Bailly ruled out for three months

    United's Bailly ruled out for three months

    Now, Mourinho has confirmed that is, indeed, the case and Bailly will have surgery that, in a best case scenario, will leave him sidelined for two to three months. "It was good for my development as a manager, which is something [developing] that I always try to do". "Especially players who belong to other clubs".

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  • Real Madrid eye 5th trophy

    Real Madrid eye 5th trophy

    Al Jazira then came close to being TWO goals up against the European champions. Luka Modric, who played a vital role in the build-up, squared it to Ronaldo, who beat Khaled Al Senaani with a brilliant shot into the bottom left corner to level the scores 1:1.

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  • Chelsea cruise to comfortable 3-1 win at Huddersfield

    Chelsea cruise to comfortable 3-1 win at Huddersfield

    The Stamford Bridge club were undone in the second minute of added time by a Laurent Depoitre header and Conte wants mistakes like that stamped out. I have decided for this solution. Impossible to see an advantage of playing at home first. I have to be realistic, we have to face this situation with these players.

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  • OU quarterback Baker Mayfield wins Heisman

    OU quarterback Baker Mayfield wins Heisman

    Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield won the 2017 Heisman Trophy in a three-man field that also included Stanford's Bryce Love and last season's victor Jackson. Mayfield became the sixth Oklahoma player to win the Heisman (Love became the sixth Stanford player to finish second), and he does so because of a season in which he threw multiple touchdown passes in every game, averaged at least 10 yards per attempt 10 times and passed for over 300 yards eight times.

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  • England crisis over pub headbutt

    England crisis over pub headbutt

    The incident reportedly occurred at the Avenue Bar in Perth ahead of England's warm-up game against Western Australia. However, the news immediately brought back memories of Warner's infamous altercation with now England captain Joe Root in the Birmingham Walkabout bar during the 2013 Champions Trophy tournament.

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  • Klopp: Salah Has Nothing To Prove In

    Klopp: Salah Has Nothing To Prove In

    In turn, I expect Chelsea to be patient, as much as they might smell an opportunity to play on Liverpool's vulnerabilities. Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has confirmed that wing-back, Victor Moses , will be in The Blues' squad that will face Liverpool in the Premier League at Anfield on Saturday.

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  • Chip Kelly considers offers from Florida, UCLA; turns down Tennessee

    Chip Kelly considers offers from Florida, UCLA; turns down Tennessee

    On a related note, 247Sports (paid) reports that they're confident Florida will hire Chip Kelly as their next head coach. Kelly, as you know, coached at OR, the alma mater of Nike founder Phil Knight. - While Mike Riley doesn't seem long for Nebraska , there are indications that, despite his denial , Scott Frost could be the next man in charge of the Cornhuskers.

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  • Houston QB Deshaun Watson out for the season

    Houston QB Deshaun Watson out for the season

    Watson previously tore his ACL during his freshman season at Clemson. Watson's injury came on the same day that the division rival Colts chose to place franchise QB Andrew Luck on injured reserve , ending his season. "All he did after the injury in 2014 was come back and lead us to the national championship game twice and of course we won it previous year". "This is so similar to the 2014 season, his freshman year at Clemson".

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  • NFL Owner on Protests: 'Can't Have the Inmates Running the Prison'

    NFL Owner on Protests: 'Can't Have the Inmates Running the Prison'

    He told Josina Anderson of ESPN that 65-70% of their team would be kneeling and they decided not to remove their decals. "I think it was embarrassing". Check below for Twitter reactions to McNair's comment. However, it seems the Texans plan on publicly displaying their dissatisfaction. "Welcome to America 2017".

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