It was Europe vs US when it came to fashion with the army of European WAGs dressed in white and toting the EU flag compared to the American women who wore black and waved the stars and stripes for their team. … [Read more...] about ‘She was bleeding pretty good, I hope there’s no loss of vision’: US Ryder Cup golfer Brooks Koepka reveals his agony over smashing spectator in the face with a ball as he admits he ‘does it way too often’
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Bundesliga 2019-20: Defining moments of the season Bundesliga fans protest against Hopp February 29, 2020 — These protests were about much more than just billionaire Hoffenheim owner Dietmar Hopp, who has cut a controversial figure in his bid to circumvent the Bundesliga's 50+1 ownership rule. Several clubs voiced their opposition to the DFB, due to what they saw as a breach of trust in their relationship with fan groups. Bayern Munich's game at Hoffenheim ended in farce. … [Read more...] about German Cup final: Bayern Munich’s quiet leader David Alaba never tires of trophies
“Rugby is not like football. When my career is over, I will not be able to retire. I will have to find work and that means making sure you get what you are worth now. I was linked with Béziers but I did not hear much from them. They did speak to my agent but I think they were just making a bit of noise. It was never really an option and I am glad to be staying at Northampton. I want to remain involved with England and think I can make it to the next World Cup.” … [Read more...] about Courtney Lawes: ‘You make your money while you can but I’m glad to be staying’
"Even if Hamburg achieve promotion this season, he should leave in the summer. The fans will not react well to the announcement that he signed for Bayern before the start of the season. They'll be upset. I think he should go to Bayern for preseason and try and get a loan to a club like Schalke or Hoffenheim next season." … [Read more...] about Is Jann-Fiete Arp really good enough for Bayern Munich?
Japan: Typhoon Hagibis leaves a trail of destruction Eye of the storm Hagibis hurtled toward Japan with wind speeds reaching 216 kilometers per hour (134 miles per hour), according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. Authorities had warned Hagibis was on a par with a typhoon that wreaked havoc in the Tokyo region in 1958, but modern safety infrastructure helped save lives. The typhoon six decades ago left over 1,200 people dead and half a million houses flooded. … [Read more...] about Japan: Torrential rains wreak havoc in southwest