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  • I would never choose to leave Chelsea, says Mourinho

    I would never choose to leave Chelsea, says Mourinho

    Reuters - 41 minutes ago
    I would never choose to leave Chelsea, says Mourinho

    By Michael Hann LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho would not choose to leave the club he has just steered to another Premier League title but he is prepared to manage another English team, the Portuguese coach has told the BBC. Mourinho, 52, said in an interview with the Football Focus programme, to be shown on Saturday, that having come back to Stamford Bridge in 2013 for a second spell in charge he would only leave if owner Roman Abramovich did not want him. "I see myself …

  • Glasgow seal Celtic League final return

    Glasgow seal Celtic League final return

    AFP News - 1 hour 57 minutes ago
    Glasgow seal Celtic League final return

    Glasgow sealed a return to the Celtic League final with a tense 16-14 win over Ulster in Friday's semi-final at Scotstoun. …

  • Hodgson hails USA-bound Gerrard and Lampard

    Hodgson hails USA-bound Gerrard and Lampard

    AFP News - 2 hours 4 minutes ago
    Hodgson hails USA-bound Gerrard and Lampard

    England manager Roy Hodgson has lauded departing Premier League stars Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard and predicted that both players will enjoy successful coaching careers once they stop playing. Gerrard, 34, plays his last game for Liverpool at Stoke City on Sunday before joining the Los Angeles Galaxy, while former Chelsea stalwart Frank Lampard, 36, tackles Southampton with Manchester City in his final competitive match before linking up with City's sister club New York City. …

  • NFL's Goodell refuses to recuse himself from Brady hearing, ESPN says

    NFL's Goodell refuses to recuse himself from Brady hearing, ESPN says

    Reuters - 2 hours 20 minutes ago
    NFL's Goodell refuses to recuse himself from Brady hearing, ESPN says

    (Reuters) - The National Football League has rejected a request from the players union that Commissioner Roger Goodell remove himself from Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension over the "Deflategate" scandal, ESPN reported on Friday, but the league disputed the report. Brady, the star quarterback for the New England Patriots, received the suspension for knowing about a scheme to deflate footballs in the AFC championship game last January. A union official told Reuters Goodell refused …

  • F1 faces confusing future under Monaco spotlight

    F1 faces confusing future under Monaco spotlight

    AFP News - 2 hours 42 minutes ago
    F1 faces confusing future under Monaco spotlight

    On the annual 'rest' day at the Monaco Grand Prix, the drivers faced a series of technical briefings with their teams and a mass autograph-signing session in the Place d’Armes during the afternoon. At Monaco, where the yachts bob in the harbour and paddock regulars scramble for mind space, it is all about the deals, money and business. Two days after Mercedes confirmed the re-signing of world champion Lewis Hamilton on a three-year contract extension, reported to be worth more than $120 …