Sports Headlines: Saturday November 18, 2017.

November 18th, 2017 | by Obinna
Sports Headlines: Saturday November 18, 2017.
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Maurico Pochettino- Trophies Are Better Than Bragging Rights.

Pochettino (left) and Wenger (right)

Tottenham manager, Pochettino, has said that he wants to win trophies and not just earn bragging rights with victories. Ahead of their Premier League clash with Arsenal, the Argentine had said that what is important to him is winning trophies. Arsenal’s Sead Kolasinac however is optimistic about the encounter and said Arsenal are better than Tottenham.

Andy Murray and Coach Ivan Lendl.

Andy and Lendl.


Andy Murray who is finishing 2017 as world number 16 has announced that he and his coach, Ivan Lendl, are going their separate ways. He dispelled rumors of any problem after stating that it was a mutual agreement and the coach too confirmed it in a goodwill message he sent to the British tennis player. Together, they had won; 2 Wimbledon titles, the US Open and 2 Olympic gold medals and was number one in World ranking in 2016.

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English Football Team Under fire from Mourinho and Conte.

Mourinho at a press conference.

Jose Mourinho has openly criticized the use of up to six ‘painkiller’ injections on defender Phil Jones, after he had announced that the player was unfit to feature in England’s international friendly and now, Mourinho has announced that the defender will not be able to play against Newcastle. Antonio Conte too has condemned the unfair treatment of Drinkwater, after the midfielder turned down an international call. Conte said the player was not fit and the criticism he has been facing was uncalled for.

Real Madrid Still Keen On Neymar And Aguero.

Neymar in action for PSG.

Despite the revelation from the Brazilian that he has no problem with the technical directors and teammates at PSG, Neymar is still on Real Madrid’s radar according to sources and they are also reporting that the Spanish giants wants Alexis Sanchez to move to Manchester City so they can sign Sergio Aguero.

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Chris Coleman Quits Wales For Sunderland.

Chris Coleman is moving to Sunderland.

After failing to qualify the Wales team for the World Cup in Russia next year, the manager has left the job vacant in a move that sees him take up the challenge of returning Sunderland to the top tier of England. He will reportedly earn up to £750,000 per year.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    thanks for update sidomex. i read this every morning


    • Anonymous says:

      I love Mourinho.


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