Players ‘an embarrassment’ for shocking display against Motherwell, boss says
Tuesday 24th Oct 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
ANYA SHRUBSOLE said yesterday that England were “raring to go” despite losing the first one-day international against Australia in the women’s Ashes.
The multiformat series began with defending champions Australia clinching a narrow two-wicket victory with five balls...
RONALD KOEMAN was sacked yesterday as Everton manager.
The Toffees sit third from bottom in the Premier League after winning just two of their opening nine league games and the Dutchman has paid the price.
A club statement expressed “gratitude to Ronald for the service he...
Xue Yinxian alleges systematic doping in 1980s and ’90s
GAETANO BERARDI will miss Leeds’s League Cup clash against Leicester tonight through suspension.
The defender was sent off during the league win at Bristol City on Saturday and he will serve a three-match ban, also ruling him out of the Championship fixtures against Sheffield...
GLOUCESTERSHIRE’S Jack Taylor was yesterday suspended from bowling for a year after his action was found to be illegal for the second time.
The off-spinner, who has served two previous bans from bowling in 2013 and 2016, was again reported for throwing this summer and underwent...
Ashleigh Gardner starred with ball and bat as Australia drew first blood in the women’s Ashes by beating England in a tense series-opening one-day international in Brisbane on Saturday.
The 20-year-old followed up figures of three for 47 with a superb cameo of 27 from 18 balls,...
Monday 23rd Oct 2017
Arsenal’s pasting of Toffees leaves manager in a sticky situation
Newcastle 1-0 C Palace. By Roger Domeneghetti at St James’ Park
Chelsea 4-2 Watford. By Amar Azam at Stamford Bridge