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    MANCHESTER UNITED legend Roy Keane he drank ‘six or seven’ pints the night before his Nottingham Forest debut more than thirty years ago. But the former midfield hardman claims it was just a ‘quiet night’. 3 Roy Keane revealed he drank six or seven pints the night before his Forest debut 3 Roy Keane played over 150 times in three years at ForestCredit: Getty - Contributor Having only just signed from semi-professional football in Ireland, the teenage midfielder was getting used to reserve football when the iconic Brian Clough gave him the call-up in 1990. Speaking on Monday Night Football back in 2019, Keane recalled: "I went over pre-season and was obviously doing a lot of training with the reserves. "Forest had played their first league game at home on the Saturday against QPR and I went to watch it, and I was on the bench for the reserves on the Monday night. "I got on for the last ten minutes and the first team were playing Liverpool on the Tuesday night. "Went out that night with the players, as...
    Miami Dolphins linebacker Jerome Baker was named AFC Defensive Player of the Month for December, the NFL announced on Thursday morning. In Miami’s three-game stretch in the month, Baker had 16 tackles, six for loss, and 3 ½ sacks while the team went 3-0 as part of its seven-game winning streak it enters Sunday’s matchup against the Tennessee Titans with. “I was in meetings. I was just sitting there and my phone just kept buzzing and buzzing and buzzing,” Baker said of how he found out Thursday morning. “I think Duke [Riley] reposted it, and I clicked the notification. That’s when I found out. I was definitely happy.” Baker is the first Dolphin to win a Player of the Month award since defensive end Cameron Wake in October of 2012. A Dolphins player has been selected for the award 13 times, tied with the Bills and Chiefs for most among AFC teams. Baker has been a key to the Dolphins defense allowing the fewest yards per game (214) in December. Mostly playing inside linebacker, he has...
    CHICAGO (CBS) – The Bears are looking pretty good health-wise heading into Sunday night’s game against the Packers. On offense, Allen Robinson and David Montgomery don’t even have injury designations so they’re good to go, and on defense, Akiem Hicks is questionable but says he plans on playing. Hicks badly wants to be back this week, saying he takes rivalry games seriously, and this could be his last with the Bears against the Packers. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Rain Through Evening Hours, Severe Storms Possible Late“I think that’s the unfortunate reality… you know the unfortunate reality of our business sometimes is that no matter what you do, no matter what position you put yourself in, all good things come to an end,” Hicks said. READ MORE: CPD Threatens To Shut Down Millennium Park If Chaos Breaks Out This WeekendHicks, now 32, is in the final year of his contract. He’s been a big part of the defense’s success over his last six years. And even though this season has been plagued by injuries, he still feels like he has 3-4...
    IF Mikel Arteta is struggling to get his message across on the training ground, you can bet he will lean on his assistant Carlos Cuesta for help. The coaching prodigy, 25, speaks a remarkable six languages; English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French and Catalan. 7Arsenal coaching prodigy Carlos Cuesta, 25, is a big influence at London ColneyCredit: Getty Therefore, he is able to communicate with many of Arsenal's stars in their mother tongue. Cuesta already boasts a rich CV in football having spent time with Juventus and Atletico Madrid. His tactical nous at London Colney will help shape the Gunners next season, who will be looking to get back to winning ways after a dismal campaign last time out. TEEN SENSATION Despite his tender years, Cuesta already holds a Uefa Pro Licence. Astonishingly, he began his coaching badges at the age of 18 and scored a job with Atletico Madrid. He was later installed as U13 coach for the LaLiga giants, while juggling studies at Porto University. Cuesta would listen attentively to lecturer Vitor Frade, who was an influence on Jose...
    In Marcus Semien’s anticipated return to Oakland with his new team, his old team stole the show. The A’s took the first of this four game series against the Toronto Blue Jays, 5-4, on Monday night at the Coliseum. The A’s move to 7-2 in one-run games. The A’s played a video tribute for Semien before first pitch, and the sparse crowd — that included his family and friends — gave the Bay Area native a warm ovation. Semien, who spent six years with the A’s from 2015 to 2020, collected a hit and a walk in his first game at the Coliseum since he donned green and gold. Ramón Laureano’s two-run home run in the third inning gave the A’s a 5-3 lead and marked Laureano’s third straight game with a home run. His sixth home run of the season was the A’s second of the game — Stephen Piscotty’s two-run home run in the second inning, adding on to an RBI double from Jed Lowrie, gave the A’s an early 3-0 lead in the third inning. ...
    A woman was found dead after an apparent bear attack in Colorado Beam her up: Harris to chair the National Space Council After being sidelined for six weeks, Los Angeles Lakers star forward LeBron Jamesreturned to game action against the Sacramento Kings on Friday night. James' return didn't result in a win for the Lakers, but just having him back out on the floor was a win in and of itself for L.A. The Lakers didn't really ease James back into action, as he played 32 minutes against Sacramento, which is just shy of his season average. After the game, James spoke to media members about how he felt after such a long layoff.  © Provided by CBS Sports "For my first game in six weeks, I felt OK," James said, via ESPN. "As far as my wind, I felt pretty good. As far as my ankle, it was a little tight at times, obviously. ... But I came out unscathed and pretty good. So it's a good start."   To say that James was eager to get back...
    A Jersey Shore bookmaker admitted in federal court on Tuesday that he operated his own lottery game in Hudson County using the numbers from the New Jersey Lottery Pick Six to award winners. Up to 8,000 participants at a time selected six numbers from 1 to 49 at $20 a pop, Edward O’Neill, 54, told a U.S. District Court judge in Newark. The sole winner of the illegal lottery was whoever matched all six numbers selected in the official Pick Six drawing. Prizes often exceeded $100,000, said O’Neill, of Beachwood, who skimmed a 10% vig off the total bets. Like bookies of days past, O’Neill personally collected the cash and entered the participants’ selected numbers, along with other identifying information into a ledger, Acting U.S. Attorney for New Jersey Rachael A. Honig said. This went on for nearly five years, she said. All told, O’Neill pocketed around $250,000 from the black market sweepstakes – and didn’t report it to the IRS. That left the government short-changed by $65,674, Honig said. Seeking leniency, O’Neill took a deal from the government rather...
    Nick Castellanos came out swinging with his bat a day after being ejected for inciting a bench-clearing melee, hitting a three-run homer and triple to lead the Cincinnati Reds to a 12-1 rout over the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday. Tyler Naquin also a three-run shot for the Reds, who won two in a row to take the opening series in a matchup of NL Central teams that earned wild-card spots last season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The fiery Castellanos flexed and jawed at St. Louis reliever Jake Woodford after scoring on a wild pitch on Saturday night. Catcher Yadier Molina took exception, grabbed Castellanos and a series of scuffles ensued that spilled into the outfield. Castellanos was the only player tossed. There was no spillover from the trouble in the wrap-up game. Castellanos kept up his big series with a triple in the fourth inning, scoring on a single by Votto. Then with two on and two outs in the fifth, he hit a 91 mph fastball from Carlos Martinez (0-1) into the Reds bullpen...
    Anthony Beauvillier finding his game is key for the Islanders down the stretch By: Rob Taub March 18, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditWhen the Islanders take on the Flyers this evening it will be their 31st game of the season. Anthony Beauvillier, their second-line winger, has played in 21 of those 31 games and produced a very disappointing six points (two goals and four assists). It’s been a quiet campaign for the 23-year-old after his standout performance for the Isles in the bubble postseason. But an opportunity has now arisen with forward Anders Lee now sidelined for the rest of the season. I explained yesterday how Lee’s missing leadership could be replaced, with Mathew Barzal being a worthy choice. From a production standpoint, it’s Beauvillier who needs to pick up the slack. Beauvillier — whose gone pointless in his last six games — is a key part of the Islanders’ top-six and what makes that second line of he, Brock Nelson and Josh Bailey go. But it’s been a struggle for him so far this...
    Yankees: Nick Nelson is trying to pitch his way to a prominent role By: Andres Chavez March 3, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditAt first glance, you wouldn’t think that a pitcher with a 4.79 ERA and a 5.56 FIP should have a spot in the New York Yankees’ roster. However, if you look closely, a lot of Nick Nelson’s struggles in 2020 can be blamed to one game. On August 5 against the Philadelphia Phillies, the Yankees needed some outs because they were short on arms with a blowout loss in the first game of a doubleheader. They left Nelson on the mound on mop-up duty and let him allow six runs on seven hits and a walk in 1.2 frames. Take that outing away and he ends 2020 with a 2.37 ERA. Of course, baseball doesn’t work out that way, but there is, without a doubt, a lot of promise in the right-hander’s arm. He has four pitches and could potentially fill a variety of roles. On Monday’s game against the Detroit Tigers,...
    ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC is on course to return to Old Trafford to face Manchester United in the Europa League. The Red Devils host his AC Milan side on March 11 before the return leg at the San Siro seven days later. 6 This was the Manchester United team for Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s last appearance for the club in December 2017 It will be just the third time he has gone up against the English giants and the first since he left the club in March 2018 for a spell at LA Galaxy before rejoining the Rossoneri. In those previous two matches, in the Champions League last 16 with Inter in 2009, he failed to score as the two legs ended 0-0 and 2-0 to United. Ibrahimovic made 53 appearances for the Red Devils between 2016 and 2018, scoring 29 goals – although the vast majority came in his first season before his knee injury in April 2017. He only featured seven times in 2017-18, with his final game coming on Boxing Day with a 2-2 draw at home to Burnley....
    OWEN FARRELL will have the Six Nations spotlight firmly on him on Saturday. England’s skipper hasn’t been on his best form for a while and, to add to that, he last played a game 62 days ago. 4Owen Farrell will don the Red Rose having not played in 62 daysCredit: Getty - Pool Having played with and against him, though, Faz is a world-class operator and you back him in these big games. So hopefully being back in his preferred fly-half spot will help him recapture his best form against Scotland. He is England’s game controller and game leader, so his ability to exploit the space under Test-match time pressure will be his biggest challenge. And it’s that kind of thing that is always hard to replicate in training. I’m sure Eddie Jones would have been dealing with it, though, putting him under a fair amount of pressure to try to get that sharpness back. Two months out of the saddle is a long time. But Farrell and Saracens team-mates — like Maro Itoje, Jamie George and Elliot Daly — haven’t...
    Towns plays off Valanciunas. at the Wolves-Grizzlies, Jan. 13. Hannah Foslien / . The positives for covid-19 and match suspensions occur during the last week in the NBA. A few hours before the scheduled time for the Minnesota-Memphis game to begin, the League notified that it was suspended. And a few moments later, the Timberwolves figure, Karl-Anthony Towns, announced that he had tested positive for covid-19. The case of Towns especially sensitive. His mother, Jacqueline Cruz-Towns, died at age 59 on April 13 from covid-19. The Wolves center then explained that six other members of his family also died from complications related to the coronavirus. The Minnesota players, including the Spanish Ricky Rubio, who tested positive in the summer, and Juancho Hernangómez, already included in the list of casualties before the game due to health protocols, had to be subjected to new tests of covid-19. The team had reported that two people from the organization had tested positive in the previous two days. Towns, in a statement via social media, explained: “Before tonight’s game, I received another terrible call informing...
    A six-year-old boy from Connecticut secretly spent $16,000 on his mum's credit card buying upgrades for his favorite video game, Sonic Forces.  In July, George Johnson used mom Jessica's iPad to go on a spending spree in Apple's app-store, buying virtual 'golden rings' costing $1.99 to $99.99 that unlocked new characters and levels.   Now the family can't afford their mortgage and might be forced to cancel Christmas. They say Apple has refused to return the money, saying the parents had failed to turn the child-proof settings on.  Real-estate broker Jessica Johnson, 41, of Wilton, likened her child's behavior to a drug addict and called the games 'predatory'. 'It’s like my 6-year-old was doing lines of cocaine — and doing bigger and bigger hits,'  she said.  'These games are designed to be completely predatory and get kids to buy things, What grown-up would spend $100 on a chest of virtual gold coins?'   When George was told what he had done he offered to 'pay you back mom'. Jessica, who works on commission, said: 'How? I pay him $4 to clean his...
    California COVID Hospitalizations Reach Record High After Climbing Nearly 90% in Two Weeks Britain races to become the first Western country to approve a coronavirus vaccine Will Fuller offers explanation for his six-game PED suspension Houston Texans star wide receiver Will Fuller is having a career year, but his season has officially come to an end because of a suspension. © Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports Will Fuller has caught 53 passes for 879 yards and eight touchdowns this season. Fuller revealed on Instagram Monday that he has been suspended for six games for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy. He explained in the post that he took a prescribed medication that he did not know was included on the NFL’s banned substance list. #Texans star WR Will Fuller has been suspended six games for a PED violation. He explains below: pic.twitter.com/C9ddGRDSZ1 — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 30, 2020 The Texans have five games left this season, so Fuller will also miss the first game of 2021. He might have played his last game with Houston, as he is set...
    TAMPA BAY (4-2) at LAS VEGAS (3-2) Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC OPENING LINE – Buccaneers by 2 1/2 RECORD VS. SPREAD – Buccaneers 3-2-1; Raiders 3-2 SERIES RECORD – Raiders lead 7-3 LAST MEETING – Raiders won on road 30-24 in OT on Oct. 30, 2016 LAST WEEK – Bucs beat Packers 38-10; Raiders had bye, beat Chiefs 40-32 on Oct. 11 AP PRO32 RANKING – Bucs No. 7, Raiders No. 12 BUCCANEERS OFFENSE – OVERALL (20), RUSH (20), PASS (17). BUCCANEERS DEFENSE – OVERALL (1), RUSH (1), PASS (6). RAIDERS OFFENSE – OVERALL (6), RUSH (14), PASS (5). RAIDERS DEFENSE – OVERALL (24), RUSH (22), PASS (25). STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES – The Bucs have lost three of four in the series since winning the Super Bowl following the 2002 season. … Raiders coach Jon Gruden was with the Bucs when they beat the Raiders in the Super Bowl. Gruden is trying to become the seventh coach to beat a team that he previously led to a Super Bowl title. … The Bucs had no penalties, sacks or...
    The 25 best rock n roll anthems These 11 Cities Are Where Seniors Are Most and Least Financially Secure Gold Glove outfielder Mookie Betts making his first start at second base in six years For the first time since 2014, four-time Gold Glove right fielder Mookie Betts is making a start at second base.  MLBs top storylines: Ian Happ is a new MVP candidate The Desert Sun (Palm Springs) See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next UK Kroger Field capacity limited to 20 percent; no tailgating allowed this year WLKY Louisville New York Public High Schools Postpone Football, Volleyball And Cheer Until March CBS New York The Maine Principals Association releases fall high school sports guidelines WCSH-TV Portland, ME The Nines: Greatest Pitcher/Catcher Duos RADIO.COM Hall of Famer Alan Trammell breaks down Detroit Tigers prospects in Toledo Detroit Free Press Cubs Jed Hoyer: Ian Happ is the kind of person that you want to bet on RADIO.COM Driver hits 2...
    Redemption, for lack of a better term, has been a long time coming for goalie Alex Stalock. More than six years after his first playoff start, which was decided in contentious fashion, Stalock is again getting the chance to take center stage in the postseason. Stalock made 28 saves Sunday night as the Minnesota Wild beat the Vancouver Canucks 2-0 to take a 1-0 series lead in the NHL’s best-of-five qualification round at Rogers Place in Edmonton. It was the first career NHL postseason win for Stalock, who will no doubt be in net again Tuesday night for Game 2. “His compete is as high as anybody’s,” Wild coach Dean Evason said after the game. “That’s all we’ve seen from this whole tournament so far, so to have a guy in there that’s going to battle and compete like he does, we felt very comfortable and we really liked his game (Sunday).” Stalock’s first career playoff start came April 28, 2014 when the Sharks played the Los Angeles Kings in Game 6 of their first-round series. Like our Sharks Facebook...
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