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first_img1 Claudio Ranieri With Chelsea in disarray and ex-manager Ranieri flourishing at Leicester, the Drive team want to know your thoughts…last_img

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first_img 1 Luis Suarez and Neymar were team-mates at Barcelona for three years Getty center_img Liverpool haven’t done enough in the transfer market to replace Luis Suarez and should have moved for his Barcelona team-mate Neymar, claims former Premier League footballer Jimmy Bullard.Suarez departed Anfield in June 2014 after nearly spearheading the Reds to an unlikely title triumph, with the club subsequently reimbursing his eye-watering transfer fee on £120m worth of new players.They forked out a similarly large sum on incoming recruits this summer, including the likes of Christian Benteke and Roberto Firmino, but Bullard feels they haven’t aimed high enough to fill the void vacated by the Uruguayan.“They haven’t bought enough. They bought ok, but Roberto Firmino has not produced,” Bullard told Express Sport.“They got rid of top quality and they haven’t got that back.“With the likes of Suarez going and not getting world quality, for me as a fan I want to see a world-class striker join.“I wanted to see a Neymar or someone to replace Suarez. They took a risk with signing Danny Ings from Burnley.”Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is facing increasing scrutiny by the week after an unconvincing start to the season, but Bullard still believes the 42-year-old is the right man to turn their fortunes around.He added: “Is Benteke world class? On the other scale, that’s why I back Rodgers. He goes off what he sees and doesn’t just go off names.“He can do a job and that’s why I like him and back him for that.”last_img read more

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first_img1 Joe Cole Coventry have signed Joe Cole on a free transfer from Aston Villa. The former England international has penned a deal until the end of the season after being on loan at the Ricoh Arena since October. Cole, 34, won the Barclays Premier League and FA Cup three times with Chelsea and earned 56 caps for his country.The midfielder has made seven appearances for the Sky Blues, scoring once, and boss Tony Mowbray has praised his impact for the Sky Bet League One promotion hopefuls.Mowbray told the club’s official site: “Since he joined the club, I’ve really enjoyed working with Joe and delighted to see him sign on for the rest of the season.“Our staff have worked hard with him to build up his fitness and physicality, and we’ve seen Joe really buy into what we’re trying to do here.“He’s great to have around the dressing room and the rest of the squad feed off his experience, and I’m sure it’ll have a positive impact on our younger players as well.“I only see his performances for the club getting better and he is a fantastic option to have from now until the end of the season.”Cole played 16 times for Villa after a switch from West Ham in 2014 following his second spell at Upton Park but had only made once appearance for them this season.last_img read more

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first_imgGuus Hiddink will reset Chelsea’s ‘soft’ targets for the remainder of the season after the Blues beat Norwich 2-1 to move within five points of fifth-placed Manchester United.Kenedy scored the fastest goal of the Premier League season after only 39 seconds before Diego Costa controversially doubled the lead just before half time.Despite Nathan Redmond’s goal for the Canaries, Chelsea held on to move up to eight position and Hiddink believes the Blues can finish even further up the table.“When we started in December and we were one point off the relegation zone and then we made a soft target for Chelsea’s standards to get as soon as possible out of that relegation zone,” said the Dutchman.“We did it with success, with draws in the beginning and later victories.“You say we can relax now but we won’t do that, we will make a new target of going up and seeing where we can reach in the end.”last_img read more

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first_imgThe family had not authorized the release of the name of the latest victim, the city medical examiner’s office said. More than 1,800 of the 21,000 body parts recovered from ground zero have been found in the last two years in and around the trade center site. Still, more than 40 percent of the 2,749 people killed at the site have not been identified, because the bones recovered were too degraded and damaged by heat and time. The city has been using updated technology to try and re-extract DNA to make new identifications. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre center_img NEW YORK – A second Sept. 11 victim was identified from human remains found underneath a service road at the World Trade Center site in the past year, officials said Friday. More than 400 human bone pieces have been recovered from beneath the service road that carried cleanup and construction trucks in and out of the site after the 2001 terrorist attacks. The search at the spot began in October 2006, when utility workers found more than 80 bones in a manhole in the service road. Searchers have since moved to other manholes, underneath a highway and onto nearby rooftops. The city identified the first victim from remains found in the road in July, along with a victim identified from remains found in an abandoned, contaminated skyscraper across from ground zero. last_img read more

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first_imgSteven Gerrard came off the bench to score for LA Galaxy in their 4-2 win over New England Revolution. The Liverpool legend shows he still has it, showing composure to put the game to bed in added time. He received the ball on the edge of the box, beating a man with his first touch and then taking another to beat a second man inside the box.Running away from goal, the 35-year-old hooked the ball towards goal with his left foot, beating the goalkeeper and the defender on the line. The midfielder recently said he is ‘sure’ he will represent the club again and, although he probably meant in an off-field capacity, fans would surely love to see him do something like this in a Reds shirt once more. See above!last_img read more

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first_imgJuventus are leading Arsenal and Manchester United in the race for teen sensation Gabriel Jesus.The 19-year-old, who has been dubbed ‘the new Neymar’, has been wowing scouts in Brazil with his performances for Palmeiras.Arsenal and Manchester United have been watching the forward, as have Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.However, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, it is Juventus who are currently winning the race for Jesus.The Italian champions have opened talks with Palmeiras and negotiations are progressing well ahead of a £20m move.Arsenal and Manchester United still have a chance to snap up Jesus – but they have been urged to move quickly by the player’s agent. Gabriel Jesus in action for Palmeiras 1last_img read more

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first_imgListen back to some of the highlights of another top week on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.The Moose sets Alan and Quinny a musical challenge, Ray Wilkins hails John Terry’s new Chelsea deal, while Olly Murs talks Soccer Aid and Manchester United.last_img

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first_imgThere’s not long to go until kick off…On 10 June the 2016 European Championship begins, with host nation France taking on Romania in Group A of the tournament at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis.But while it’s known the French national stadium will open the competition, what other venues will host Europe’s elite nations this summer? talkSPORT has taken a look at every ground and the matches they will host, so check them out by viewing the slideshow above.*There are 51 matches in total for the Euro 2016 finals tournament and here’s UEFA’s explanation for the round of 16 third-place pairing: 11 11 11 11 11 11 5. Parc des Princes in Paris (capacity of approximately 48,000) – find out what Euro 2016 matches will be hosted here, then click the arrow above, right, to see every other venue to be used in France – Matches hosted: Group D – Turkey v Croatia (12 June), Group A – Romania v Switzerland (15 June), Group F – Portugal v Austria (18 June), Group C – Northern Ireland v Germany (21 June) and Round of 16 (Match 38) – Winners of Group B v Third-place of Group A/C/D (25 June) 11 7. Stade de Bordeaux (capacity of approximately 42,000) – read what Euro 2016 matches will be hosted here, then click the arrow above, right, to see every other venue to be used in France – Matches hosted: Group B – Wales v Slovakia (11 June), Group F – Austria v Hungary (14 June), Group E – Belgium v Republic of Ireland (18 June), Group D – Croatia v Spain (21 June) and Quarter-final (Match 47) – Winners of match 41 v Winners of match 43 (2 July) 9. Stade de Nice in Nice (capacity of approximately 36,000) – read what Euro 2016 matches will be hosted here, then click the arrow above, right, to see every other venue to be used in France – Matches hosted: Group C – Poland v Northern Ireland (12 June), Group D – Spain v Turkey (17 June), Group E – Sweden v Belgium (22 June) and Round of 16 (44th match) – Runners-up of Group B v Runners-up of Group F (27 June) 2. Stade Vélodrome in Marseille (capacity of approximately 67,000) – find out what Euro 2016 matches will be hosted here, then click the arrow above, right, to see every other venue to be used in France – Matches hosted: Group B – England v Russia (11 June), Group A – France v Albania (15 June), Group F – Iceland v Hungary (18 June), Group C – Ukraine v Poland (21 June), Quarter-final (Match 45) – Winners of match 37 v Winners of match 39 (30 June) and Semi-final (Match 50) – Winners of match 47 v Winners of match 48 (7 July) center_img 10. Stadium Municipal de Toulouse (capacity of approximately 33,000) – find out what Euro 2016 matches will be hosted here by reading below, then click the arrow above, right, to see every other venue to be used in France – Matches hosted: Group D – Spain v Czech Republic (13 June), Group E – Italy v Sweden (17 June), Group B – Russia v Wales (20 June) and Round of 16 (42nd match) – Winners of Group F v Runners-up of Group E (26 June) 11 4. Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille Métropole (capacity of approximately 50,000) – find out what Euro 2016 matches will be hosted here, then click the arrow above, right, to see every other venue to be used in France – Matches hosted: Group C – Germany v Ukraine (12 June), Group B – Russia v Slovakia (15 June), Group A – Switzerland v France (19 June), Group E – Italy v Republic of Ireland (22 June), Round of 16 (Match 41) – Winners of Group C v Third-place of Group A/B/F (26 June) and Quarter-final (Match 46) – Winners of match 38 v Winners of match 42 (1 July) 1. Stade de France in Saint-Denis (capacity of approximately 80,000) – find out what Euro 2016 matches will be hosted here, then click the arrow above, right, to see every other venue to be used in France – Matches hosted: Group A – France v Romania (10 June), Group E – Republic of Ireland v Sweden (13 June), Group C – Germany v Poland (16 June), Group F – Iceland v Austria (22 June), Round of 16 (Match 43) – Winners of Group E v Runners-up of Group D (27 June), Quarter-final (Match 48) – Winners of match 40 v Winners of match 44 (3 July) and the Euro 2016 final – Winner of match 49 v Winner of match 50 (10 July) 11 11 8. Stade Bollaert-Delelis in Lens (capacity of approximately of 38,000) – read what Euro 2016 matches will be hosted here, then click the arrow above, right, to see every other venue to be used in France – Matches hosted: Group A – Albania v Switzerland (11 June), Group B – England v Wales (16 June), Group D – Czech Republic v Turkey (21 June) and Round of 16 (Match 39) – Winners of Group D v Third-place of Group B/E/F (25 June) 11 6. Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint-Étienne (capacity of approximately 42,000) – find out what Euro 2016 finals matches will be hosted here, then click the arrow above, right, to see other European Championship venue – Matches hosted: Group F – Portugal v Iceland (14 June), Group D – Czech Republic v Croatia (17 June), Group B – Slovakia v England (20 June) and Round of 16 (Match 37) – Runners-up of Group A v Runners-up of Group C (25 June) 3. Stade de Lyon (capacity of approximately 59,000) – find out what Euro 2016 matches will be hosted here, then click the arrow above, right, to see every other venue to be used in France – Matches hosted: Group E – Belgium v Italy (13 June), Group C – Ukraine v Northern Ireland (16 June), Group A – Romania v Albania (19 June), Group F – Hungary v Portugal (22 June), Round of 16 (Match 40) – Winners of Group A v Third-place of Group C/D/E (26 June) and Semi-final (Match 49) – Winner of match 45 v Winner of match 46 (6 July) last_img read more

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first_imgThis Friday morning we look ahead to the expected appointment of Sam Allardyce as England manager.There is also a look ahead to the second test between England and Pakistan getting underway at Old Trafford and reaction to Chris Froome’s stage 18 win at the Tour de France.We also discuss the Russia doping scandal, Leeds Rhinos 24-20 away win against Hull KR in Super League and the first of the World Matchplay Darts quarter-finals in Blackpool.All brought to you by Will Gavin and the team.last_img read more