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Socceroo Aaron Mooy received the first red card of his career after picking up two quickfire yellows as he was forced to watch his Brighton side go down to Aston Villa from the dressing room.


Hapless Tottenham crash again as Gabriel Jesus rises to save Manchester City - Every Premier League goal

The Premier League is back after the international break but not every fan will be happy about that as Tottenham continued their dour run of results at home to bottom club Watford.


Insult to injury as Japan overtake Wallabies in world rankings

The Wallabies have had to swallow further disappointment after being knocked out of the World Cup, with Australia slipping below Japan in the latest world rankings.


Michael Cheika would rather win playing Aussie way. Wallabies’ fans would rather win

Michael Cheika’s last and most defiant act at the Rugby World Cup was to state that he got it right by adopting a ball-in-hand approach for the Wallabies in Japan.


The stars leaving, staying from wounded Wallabies after crushing World Cup loss to England

Michael Cheika isn’t the only figure in Australian rugby whose time in Wallaby gold has come to an end.


Who’s No 1 again? Ruthless All Blacks put Ireland to the sword in brutal display

New Zealand will face England in next Saturday’s Rugby World Cup semi-finals after the All Blacks pummelled a flat Ireland 46-14 in Saturday’s last-eight clash in Tokyo.


‘Not one call right the whole tournament’: RWC villain TMO Ben Skeen fluffs his lines yet again

He’s been cast as the villain of the Rugby World Cup, but you’ve almost got to feel sorry for Third Match Official Ben Skeen after his latest blunder.


‘Not a lot of sympathy, no.’ Eddie Jones twists the knife into Australia

Eddie Jones’ emotions didn’t extend to compassion for the Wallabies after his England team continued their utter dominance over his homeland in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals.


Michael Cheika was grilled on his future as Wallabies coach. He slammed the questions as ‘cruel’

Michael Cheika has refused to announce his resignation as Wallabies coach despite their ignominious dumping from the Rugby World Cup after being outclassed 40-16 by England in the quarter-finals.


Watch: Ireland fans drown out the haka with stunning singing

Ireland fans appeared to fire the All Blacks up after singing through the entire pre-match haka before New Zealand’s quarter-final against Ireland.


Player ratings: The Jekyll and Hyde performance that summed up woeful Wallabies

For the seventh and final time it was Eddie Jones’ England that came away smiling against Michael Cheika’s Wallabies.


At least we’ve got the Ashes... World Cup dream dashed as Poms hammer hapless Wallabies

Four years of agonising pain has ended in the most unceremonious of fashions, with England, the arch enemy, knocking the Wallabies out of the World Cup at the quarter-final stage with a 40-16 victory in Oita.


Four years gone in three minutes: The horror moments that cost Wallabies dearly

It is a familiar, and painful, story for the Wallabies.


Test great blasts ‘really dumb’ Wallabies after World Cup quarterfinal meltdown

Wallabies legend Phil Kearns has lamented a “really dumb” performance from Australia as they capitulated in a record 40-16 loss to England in the quarterfinals in Oita.


‘I’m f...ing so disappointed’: Gutted Michael Cheika drops f-bomb in emotional interview

Michael Cheika has always worn his heart on his sleeve and the emotional Wallabies coach bowed out with an ‘f-bomb’ following the ugly 40-16 Rugby World Cup quarterfinal loss to England.


Young Popovic spared Perth’s blushes. It was a ‘special’ and ‘unique’ moment for his father

Perth Glory coach Tony Popovic says watching his son Kristian score the equaliser in his team’s 1-1 A-League draw with Western United was a “special” and “unique” moment.


Thrills, spills and huge upsets: Every World Nines score and report

The Kangaroos have claimed the inaugural World Cup Nines crown after defeating New Zealand in a tense final at Bankwest Stadium.


Mitchell Moses bags hat-trick as Kangaroos claim inaugural World Cup Nines title

Name your number, Mal Meninga’s Kangaroos will play you and beat you at it. Thirteens? Tick. Nines. Tick.


Central Coast Mariners denied F3 derby win over Newcastle Jets as VAR spot kick gaffe takes centre stage

Dimi Petratos equalised from the penalty spot, after a retake, as Newcastle fought back to starttheir A-League season with a 1-1 draw with the Mariners at Central Coast Stadium.


Not again: Jets gifted penalty retake as VAR calls out encroaching keeper

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Jillaroos lose first game since 2017 as Kiwi Ferns win women’s World Nines final

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Western United and Perth Glory share points in historic day for A-League newcomers

A-League newcomers Western United have maintained their unbeaten start to their historic A-League season, playing out an entertaining 1-1 draw with Perth Glory at GMHBA Stadium on Saturday.


Mer De Glace wins the 2019 Caulfield Cup, and we may just have a new Melbourne Cup contender

Japan has claimed a second Caulfield Cup victory in five years with Mer De Glace overcoming a slow start to win in the $5 million race.


‘I’m glad you guys tipped us down the bottom you d***heads’

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Penalty shootout looms as tie-breaker in Rugby World Cup knockouts

The history of football is full of dramatic penalty shootouts but rugby has never come to the point at which kicks at goal decide a World Cup knockout match.


Nines farce: Lebanon’s points stripped for fielding ineligible player

A Lebanese teenager has been left in tears after being cruelly denied a debut at the World Cup nines because he is under 18.


Israel Folau: I would ‘absolutely’ repeat gays to hell post

Israel Folau says he knew telling homosexuals they were destined for hell would be “offensive” but would “absolutely” repeat it.


The Everest 2019 result: Yes Yes Yes wins turf racing’s biggest prize

Yes Yes Yes, trained by Chris Waller who steered Winx on an incredible, unbeaten 33-race run, stunned favourite Santa Ana Lane to win the world’s richest turf, The Everest, in Sydney Saturday.


Greg Hardy is already the most controversial UFC star. His win was overturned because of ‘completely illegal’ act

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Qantas have had a nightmare! Real reason behind Perth’s bizarre kit choice

Qantas have had an absolute shocker.


‘Dog shot’ sparks wild brawl in Wales’ win over Lebanon

Wales’ win over Lebanon has ended in ugly scenes with punches thrown from both sides, leading to a double sin binning.


Caulfield Cup ultimate guide: Some of the best hopes to win the aren’t even in the field ... yet

It’s upon us again; the Caulfield Cup, that beautiful, historic signal beacon that footy’s over and cricket hasn’t cranked up and the biggest show in sport is the Melbourne Spring Carnival.


Everything you need to know ahead of The Everest

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New recruit, new club, new colours: All the pictures of your club’s fresh players

The 2019 trade period saw 31 players find new homes in 2020.


Jeremy Marshall-King thanks teammates for support after tragic family loss

An emotional Jeremy Marshall-King thanked his New Zealand teammates for their support in the toughest week of his life.


AFL Off-Season Central: Every club’s ins, outs, delistings, retirements, trades, draft picks, recruits, rookies

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Storm winger Suliasi Vunivalu targeted for reunion with Wallabies’ World Cup star Marika Koroibete

Melbourne winger Suliasi Vunivalu is reportedly being targeted by Rugby Australia for a code switch that would reunite him with former Storm winger Marika Koroibete.


‘The upset of any World Cup’: Poms stunned by minnows Lebanon in Nines shocker

Lebanon have pulled off one of their greatest rugby league wins, upsetting England 16-13 at the World Cup nines.


Makur Maker submits paperwork to explore eligibility for 2020 NBA Draft - sources

Makur Maker, the Sudanese-Australian big-man who recently emerged as one of the 2020 high school class’s top players, is exploring the possibility of being eligible for the upcoming NBA Draft, sources told foxsports.com.au.


Manchester United have identified their first January signing. Liverpool fans will hate it

Manchester United are considering a move for former Liverpool midfielder Emre Can in January, report Sky Sports News.


‘Best-case scenario’ as Patrick Mahomes to miss just about a month with knee injury

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes escaped significant ligament damage when he dislocated his right kneecap and there is optimism the reigning NFL MVP could be back on the field in about a month.


‘No longer a shoe’: Nike furore over ‘technological doping’ of two-hour marathon

If you thought the pacemakers guiding him with military precision took the gloss off Eliud Kipchoge’s sub-two hour marathon — you’re not going to like this.


Cheika’s legacy goes on the line in the ultimate World Cup gamble

COMMENT: Michael Cheika has put it all on red.


Six epic clashes in Wallabies’ World Cup rivalry with England

A look back at England vs. Australia matches in Rugby World Cup history shows the two old foes have played each other six times, with three wins a piece.


It’s not the worst news, but it’s not good. Zion Williamson to miss ‘weeks’ after alarming knee injury

Zion Williamson is expected to miss a span of weeks at the start of the season with a sore right knee, according to multiple reports on Saturday (AEST).


The unorthodox pathway to Australian rules for two AFLW hopefuls

The pathway to the AFL Women’s competition has never been clearer, with thousands of girls coming through Auskick to reach the big time.


‘Bawling my eyes out’: Inaugural father-daughter Bulldog brings the Grant name back to the Whitten Oval

The Grant name has long been etched into the Western Bulldogs history books.


Pooper take on Kamikaze kids in back row battle for the ages in Wallabies’ quarterfinal with England

Pooper against the Kamikaze Kids.


Who’s laughing now? How Manchester United became the butt of their own 30-year Liverpool joke

The past, present and future will be colliding when the two behemoths of the north-west, arguably the football capital of England, clash in the early hours of Monday morning.


The horror trend Wallabies must snap to wipe grin off Eddie’s face

If the Wallabies are to snap their losing run against England and win their high stakes quarter-final showdown in Oita tonight they must reverse one worrying trend: their second half capitulations.


Roger Federer absent from rival Rafael Nadal’s star-studded wedding guestlist

Tennis star Rafael Nadal will marry his childhood sweetheart tomorrow at a fortress in Majorca.


The Wanderers have invested in their youth. And it’s beginning to show

The Wanderers’ investment in youth production is beginning to bear fruit after the team made it two wins from two for the first time in the club’s history.


AFLW star Tayla Harris delivers ‘statement’ with savage second round knockout win over Margarite Butcher

AFLW star Tayla Harris has won the Australian Female Middleweight Title with a stunning second round knockout against kickboxing star Margarite Butcher at the Melbourne Pavilion.


‘Nervous’ Michael Hooper ready to embrace the butterflies in crunch RWC clash with England

Australia captain Michael Hooper admitted to nerves Friday ahead of this weekend’s blockbuster World Cup quarter-final against England but promised the Wallabies would come out firing — despite poor omens.


David Fifita just tore up the Nines. He’s now in line for a full Kangaroos debut

Mal Meninga says that David Fifita is knocking on the door for full Kangaroos selection.


English star sizzles in Australia return: Five things we learned from day one of World Nines

What a first day at the World Cup Nines.


World Nines wrap: Australia teams cruise past trans-Tasman rivals, two huge upsets rock men’s draw

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In Wanderland: Young gun’s worldie, Victory capitulation puts Western Sydney top

Melbourne Victory remain winless after two games, while Western Sydney have jumped to the top of the A-League table with a 2-1 win at Marvel Stadium.


Another pole coming? Rookie Fabio Quartararo fastest in Japanese MotoGP practice

Petronas Yamaha SRT rookie Fabio Quartararo was the fast man in Friday practice for the Japanese Grand Prix.


‘Young and hungry’ Cook Islands set sights on 2021 World Cup after shock Tonga boilover

Cook Islands international Anthony Gelling has urged the country’s eligible stars to come back and spark a Tongan-style revolution.


Does anyone want a Test spot? Travis Head, Usman Khawaja fail in Aussie audition in Shield clash

Travis Head’s push for a Test recall lasted a painful 25 balls at the Gabba on Friday, with the South Australian’s drawn out duck against Queensland a missed opportunity ahead of Pakistan’s visit next month.


Are you watching, Aussie selectors? Mitchell Starc finds wicket-taking form in Shield clash

Paceman Mitchell Starc picked up a couple of wickets and found some form, in his quest for a Test recall, on the opening day of the Sheffield Shield match at Sydney’s Drummoyne Oval.


League legend Braith Anasta slams NRL’s ‘absolute joke’ ban for Bali brawler Nelson Asofa-Solomona

League legend Braith Anasta has slammed the NRL for punishing Melbourne prop Nelson Asofa-Solomona for his now-infamous Bali brawl.


Minimum 24-car grid expected for 2020 Supercars season

The 2020 Supercars season is locked in for a 23-car grid, but the category has left the door open for additional entries.


Not so dope: Former Adelaide player Ken Ilso banned for failed drugs test

Former Adelaide United midfielder Ken Ilso has been banned for two years after testing positive to cocaine, Football Federation Australia (FFA) says.


Japan’s warning for Springboks after former NRL star was ruled out

Michael Leitch still isn’t satisfied, even after his Japan squad qualified for the Rugby World Cup quarterfinals for the first time.


Garry Rogers pinpoints Volvo project as exiting team’s Supercars highlight

The Volvo mission remains a proud moment for Garry Rogers, who praised his team’s dedication to the project.


Backflip: Titans sponsor TFH issues apology to Ryan James, re-signs with club

After days of widespread public criticism, Gold Coast sponsor TFH Hire Services has backflipped on their decision to drop the club over Ryan James’ grand final gaffe and instead reaffirmed their commitment for 2020.


Jumped off the rugby bandwagon? Time to hop back on: RWC Quarterfinals Dummies Guide

Looking to dust off that Wallabies jersey for this weekend’s Rugby World Cup quarterfinals but feeling a little off the pace?


10 reasons for favourites England to doubt themselves ahead of their World Cup quarter-final against the Wallabies

Let’s make one thing clear, England are favourites to knock the Wallabies out in Saturday’s quarter-final in Oita.


Patrick Mahomes leaves the field injured in Kansas City Chiefs win

Reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes injured his right knee in a pileup near the goal line before his Kansas City teammates rallied around their fallen superstar for a 30-6 thrashing of the Denver Broncos.


Paul Pogba sparks transfer rumours after meeting Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane in Dubai

Manchester United star Paul Pogba has been snapped chatting to Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane, reigniting rumours of a potential transfer deal at season’s end.


Ben Youngs delivers stinging sledge to Wallabies star Matt To’omua

NBA legend Reggie Miller got it. Aussie cricket great Mark Waugh was never allowed to forget it. And now we can add Wallabies star Matt To’omua to the exclusive list of star athletes to be burned by the talent within their own family.


St Kilda midfielder fractures foot after ‘innocuous’ pre-season incident

St Kilda midfielder Dan Hannebery will have a delayed start to the pre-season after fracturing his foot.


Hawthorn veteran’s future sealed: Three-time premiership player to play on in 2020

Three-time premiership Hawk Paul Puopolo will play on in 2020 after signing a one-year contract extension at the club.


Garry Rogers Motorsport to exit Supercars after 2019 season

Garry Rogers Motorsport will exit the Supercars Championship at the end of the 2019 season.


El Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid postponed over protest fears

Next weekend’s El Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid at the Nou Camp has been postponed, the Royal Spanish Football Federation has confirmed.


In limbo no more: Blues big man inks one-year deal

Carlton big man Levi Casboult has inked a one-year contract extension after a career-best season in navy blue.


Sir Alex Ferguson accused of matchfixing Man United game for a $55,000 Rolex, court hears

Sir Alex Ferguson allegedly fixed a Manchester United game with a football agent who gave him a £30,000 (A$56,620) gold Rolex, a court in England was told today.


Storm star Nelson Asofa-Solomona to miss Test matches but no NRL ban for wild Bali brawl

The NRL has hit Nelson Asofa-Solomona with a three-game ban and a $15,000 for his wild Bali brawl earlier this week.


CAMS confirms hearing, outcome dates for Bathurst team orders charge against DJR Team Penske

The outcome of the team orders charge against DJR Team Penske following the controversial Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 will be decided and released this weekend.


‘We’ll be back’: Defiant Solskjaer promises United fix — and more signings

Speaking to Gary Neville in a wide-ranging exclusive interview with Sky Sports ahead of a Sunday clash with Liverpool, the under-pressure United boss backed the club’s recruitment plans and said he is in the process of changing the culture of his squad.


At 195cm and 132kg, there’s another Aussie hulk coming for a job in the NFL

Another Australian giant is aiming to break into the NFL by following in the footsteps of Jordan Mailata and Valentine Holmes.


We’re not done yet: Everything you need to know about the Rugby League World Cup Nines

The NRL season might be over, but there’s still plenty of rugby league left in 2019.


10 double-headers, Thursday night football, but no Sam Kerr: W-League returns

The official draw for the 2019/20 edition of the W-League was released Friday, with a focus on Thursday night prime-time blockbusters and attracting Matildas stars to the competition.


Stuart Barnes says Eddie Jones’ decision to drop George Ford is either a stroke of genius or insanity

Stuart Barnes believes Eddie Jones’ decision to drop George Ford is either a stroke of genius or insanity and could make or break England’s World Cup.


Poker legend wins big after accidental blind raise

Poker icon Phil Ivey is probably brazen enough to claim it was all part of a masterplan.


Mason Cox blames ‘misreporting’ on Bombers link as he opens up on being ‘legally blind’

Collingwood forward Mason Cox has reiterated he never spoke with Essendon during the latest AFL trade period, saying “misreporting” was to blame.


Zion Williamson to sit out final preseason game with knee soreness. And yes, Pelicans fans have reason to be concerned

Zion Williamson, the New Orleans Pelicans’ No. 1 overall pick, will miss the team’s final pre-season game with a sore right knee.


Team 18 expands to two cars from 2020 Supercars season with second REC purchase

The 2020 Supercars grid continues to take shape, with Team 18 confirming it will expand to a two-car outfit from next season.


Marc Marquez carefree about criticism of Honda’s 2019 MotoGP bike

Marc Marquez remains untroubled by claims the 2019 Honda bike is difficult to ride after he claimed a sixth MotoGP title last time out in Thailand.


North Korea ‘waging a war’ against South Korea in the international no one saw

South Korea’s footballers had no idea their surreal World Cup qualifier in Pyongyang would be played in an empty stadium — a match Tottenham Hotspur star Son Heung-min described as “very aggressive” and one official likened to warfare.


Chris Judd walks away from Footy Classified in program shake-up

Chris Judd has reportedly walked away from Channel 9’s Footy Classified.


Manchester United CEO blasts transfer ‘myths’ but amid slipping values of club

Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward on Thursday backed manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to find a solution to the club’s worst start to a season in 30 years and said it is “a myth that we have non-football people making football decisions”.


Scott McLaughlin supports Fabian Coulthard despite Bathurst team orders drama

Bathurst 1000 winner Scott McLaughlin has gone in to bat for DJR Team Penske teammate Fabian Coulthard, who continues to receive online abuse — including vile death threats — following the drama in Sunday’s thrilling race.


No pressure for potential top pick as AFLW dream beckons

When you’ve been touted as the potential No. 1 Pick in the 2019 AFLW Draft, it’s easy to understand why you would be feeling the heat.


Buddy Hield feels the Sacramento Kings’ four-year, $100 million extension offer is an ‘insult’. He wants $110 million

Buddy Hield feels insulted.


The crucial 5 games in 14 days for Manchester United to save their season

How low is too low? That is the question that could grow in importance for Manchester United in the coming days, weeks and months. All the indications are that there is a real willingness to commit to the club's current course for the long term. That is good news for the struggling Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. But events can make a mockery of the best-laid plans.


Air New Zealand mocks Ireland fans in hilarious safety tips ad ahead of quarterfinal

New Zealand’s national airline has poked fun at Irish fans with a mock pre-match ‘safety tips’ video ahead of the All Blacks’ Rugby World Cup quarter-final with Ireland.


NBA general managers think the Clippers will win the 2019-20 title, show a lot of love for Giannis Antetokounmpo

Kawhi Leonard and the Los Angeles Clippers will win the 2020 NBA Finals, according to most league general managers in a survey released on Friday (AEST).


 


 
 

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