Barcelona Drop Phillipe Coutinho Ahead of Chelsea Clash

Barcelona are off to London without Philippe Coutinho ahead of the Tuesday Champions League clash with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. The Brazilian is technically not eligible to represent Barca in the tournament having played for Liverpool in the competition earlier this season. Also to miss the match is Nelson Semedo due to suspension, but Ernesto

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Race For Olympic Medals In 2-man Bobsleigh Remains Wide Open At Midway Point

Nico Walther leads ahead of Justin Kripps and Johannes Lochner PyeongChang (RWH): The PyeongChang Olympic Sliding Centre remains the backdrop for some thrilling action on the ice track. After two of the four Olympic heats in the 2-man bobsleigh, the race for gold, silver and bronze remains wide open. Less than two tenths of a

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Lizzy Yarnold Ends Nail-Biting Women’s Skeleton Race With Second Olympic Gold

Jacqueline Lölling claims silver ahead of Laura Deas PyeongChang (RWH): Lizzy Yarnold has continued her reign as Olympic skeleton champion. At the Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang (KOR), the British athlete managed to come out on top after four nail-biting heats. Just one tenth of a second – or a few centimetres on the 1,376-metre-long

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Lölling, Flock And Yarnold On Course For Olympic Medals At The Halfway Stage

Thrilling finale in store for Saturday in PyeongChang PyeongChang (RWH) The Olympic final of the women’s skeleton on Saturday 17 February looks set to be a thriller for spectators in the Olympic Sliding Center in PyeongChang (KOR), with the first eight athletes separated by less than half a second as they head into the final two of

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Winter Olympics 2018: Sungbin Yun Wins First Ever Skeleton Gold For Olympic Hosts Korea

Olympic silver for Nikita Tregubov, Dom Parsons makes history with bronze PyeongChang (RWH): The Olympic hosts Korea have won their first ever medal in skeleton and with gold no less. At the Olympic Sliding Centre in PyeontChang, Sungbin Yun secured Olympic victory in front of a home crowd. Local hero Yun, winner of the overall

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Manchester United Sends Valentine Card

Premier league giant Manchester United have sent a Val card to all her fans around the world via instagram, confirming that the February 14 celebration is not restricted to husbands, wives, boyfriends and girlfriends. The Val card which was posted had the photograph of their most recent signing Alexis Sanchez who made a suave wink,

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Will Juventus Qualify After Tottenham’s Impressive 2-2 Comeback?

Tottenham Hotspur were fantastic against Juventus following an impressive 2-2 comeback at away after a first half 2-0 lead, to put the hopes of the Italian giant qualifying for the quarterfinal stage in jeopardy. Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen helped Spurs cancel Gonzalo Higuain’s brace in the first half, even though the Argentine forward wasted

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Meet The Most Expensive Squads In Europe

A new report from the International Centre for Sport Studies (CIES) Football Observatory, has come with information which shows the most expensive football squads in Europe among the top five European leagues: England, Spain, Italy, Germany and France. Manchester City, PSG and Manchester United are top three while Barcelona, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Juventus, Arsenal

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