• Kane scores twice as Tottenham beat AFC Wimbledon
Kane scores twice as Tottenham beat AFC Wimbledon

Speaking after Tottenham's 3-0 win over AFC Wimbledon in the third round of the FA Cup , Pochettino highlighted the challenge facing every club in the modern game. But we need to be careful and be clever how we manage him and then the player needs to choose to stay here, you can not force everyone to stay here.

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  • Local Bills Fans In Jacksonville Feeling at Home During Pregame
Local Bills Fans In Jacksonville Feeling at Home During Pregame

Fournette and the Jaguars will head to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers for a chance to play for the AFC Title. The Jaguars tied the game after taking over at their own 47 yard line with 40 seconds remaining in the half. It was the first career playoff game for the 11-year veteran, who signed with the Jaguars as a free agent in 2011 after being...

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  • Andy Murray to miss Australian Open with hip injury
Andy Murray to miss Australian Open with hip injury

I'm sure Andy must have been doing off-court training exercises to help with his hip mobility, but he's clearly missing something from his programme for his hips to still be so tight and limited. Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley said he understood Murray's early decision. In an emotional post on Instagram last week, Murray said ...

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  • Rams lack National Football League playoff experience but not confidence
Rams lack National Football League playoff experience but not confidence

The Falcons , on the other hand, have 143 games of playoff experience as a team - second-most in the conference. "We're equipped to play however we need to win that game and I do love that about this group", Quinn said. For a guy who had his size, he had exceptional ability to put his foot in the ground and accelerate out. Atlanta Falcons fa...

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  • Son saves Spurs with long-range equaliser against West Ham
Son saves Spurs with long-range equaliser against West Ham

It was West Ham's first shot of any description in the game and, given Spurs had managed 20 by the time they fell behind, a share of the spoils was the least they deserved. "But that is football". West Ham edge two points clear of the relegation zone and, while it might not always be as pretty as Obiang's moment of inspiration, David Moyes ...

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  • Kyrgios brushes off injury concerns for Australian Open
Kyrgios brushes off injury concerns for Australian Open

Dimitrov looked like extending his unbeaten streak against Kyrgios when he broke in the sixth game to win the first set in 30 minutes. A forehand error by Dimitrov gifted Kyrgios the break in the seventh game of the third and the Australian didn't look back.

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  • Panthers hand Rivera extension through 2020
Panthers hand Rivera extension through 2020

Of course, they also earned one trip to the Super Bowl where they were beat by Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos following the 2015 season. His previous contract ran through the 2018 season. In seven seasons with the Panthers, Rivera has shown a distinct capability to ensure his teams are prepared and ready for play, especially when conside...

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  • Travis Kelce ruled out of Wild Card game with concussion
Travis Kelce ruled out of Wild Card game with concussion

But it's his fourth catch of the game late in the second quarter that would cause a stir, after a brutal helmet-to-helmet hit from Titans safety Jonathan Cyprien. For the game so far, Kelce has 4 catches for 66 yards and a touchdown catch from Smith. Kelce sat out the second half and was in concussion protocol the entire week before being activated...

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  • Marcus Mariota Catches His Own Pass For TD
Marcus Mariota Catches His Own Pass For TD

On a third and goal, Mariota spent what felt like an eternity in the pocket before rolling to his left. Vikings quarterback Brad Johnson threw a touchdown to himself in similar fashion in a 1997 game against the Panthers. Instead, Mariota's pass was tipped back toward his general direction, allowing him to reel it in and take it six yards for t...

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  • Isaiah Thomas responds to Paul Pierce's video tribute comments
Isaiah Thomas responds to Paul Pierce's video tribute comments

He asked that the Celtics postpone a tribute video because, having just returned from a severe hip injury, he wasn't in uniform Wednesday and wanted to be honored on a night when he was playing and when his family could come and enjoy the event.

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  • Jerry Van Dyke dies aged 86
Jerry Van Dyke dies aged 86

Though an exact cause of death is unknown, the actor is said to have been involved in a vehicle accident two years ago from which he never truly recovered. In 1989, however, Van Dyke nabbed the role of Assistant Coach Luther Van Dam on " Coach ", which ran until 1997. He also appeared on his brother's The Dick Van Dyke Show as Stacey Petrie a...

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  • Chiefs vs Titans: What to Watch for
Chiefs vs Titans: What to Watch for

Mularkey hasn't ever been anything more than an average coach. Both quarterbacks played in read-option based offenses in college. He's got a pretty good feel for the pass game. While it may be cold, the team that has the fire and desire to win the game will more than likely come out on top. They aren't as stout against the run, so that's where ...

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  • Conte rues 'poor' performance and added fixture congestion for Chelsea
Conte rues 'poor' performance and added fixture congestion for Chelsea

The hosts had the best of a hard-fought first half featuring few chances, the best of which saw Jamal Lewis set Murphy clear down the left in the 17th minute and the attacker's shot nearly caught Willy Caballero at his near post but the keeper claimed the ball.

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  • Conte: Mourinho is a little man
Conte: Mourinho is a little man

I'm not anxious about him. And following his side's 2-0 FA Cup third-round win over Derby on Friday, Mourinho said the comments were not directed at Conte, but added: "The only thing I want to say to end the story is that yes, I made mistakes in the past on the touchline".

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  • Serena Williams Will Not Play In The 2018 Australian Open
Serena Williams Will Not Play In The 2018 Australian Open

Seven-times champion Serena Williams has withdrawn from the Australian Open and she joins a growing list of stars that will miss, or look likely to miss, the opening Grand Slam of 2018. There are also doubts over the fitness of Spanish world number one Rafael Nadal and Switzerland's Stan Wawrinka, who won the title in 2014. "I've been in constan...

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  • National Football League playoff picks: Chiefs are near-unanimous choice over Titans
National Football League playoff picks: Chiefs are near-unanimous choice over Titans

Kansas City has won 18 of the team's last 22 regular season home games but the playoffs have always been a different story, with just two home postseason wins in 57 years of existence. Meanwhile, the Titans limped into the playoffs with a 1-3 final quarter, barely surviving against the Jaguars in Week 17 in order to sneak into the playoffs.

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  • Rozier steals spotlight, leads Celtics past Cavaliers 102-88
Rozier steals spotlight, leads Celtics past Cavaliers 102-88

Against the Celtics last night, James was the best player on the night for the Cavaliers , scoring 19 points with seven rebounds and six assists, but this wasn't enough to help his team win. The Cavaliers had a miserable shooting night, making just 31-of-89 attempts for 34.8 percent shooting. The Celtics are the league's top defensive team, ...

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  • ESPN's Katie Nolan Called Donald Trump A
ESPN's Katie Nolan Called Donald Trump A "Stupid Person" On Desus & Mero

As Independent Journal Review previously reported , Hill discussed her comments a few days before Christmas, saying, "I thought water was wet. It had been said before, and unfortunately, people comb through your replies now". Nolan is the host of "SportsCenter" on Snapchat. We can't be exactly sure what the first thing she called Trump was...

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  • Jon Gruden leaves broadcast booth to again coach Raiders
Jon Gruden leaves broadcast booth to again coach Raiders

Gruden will replace former Raiders coach Jack Del Rio, who was sacked Sunday after a disappointing six-win season. Current Los Angeles Rams quarterback coach Greg Olson will be Oakland's offensive coordinator, while former Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther will serve in the same capacity under Gruden.

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  • Lingard and Lukaku give Man United late 2-0 win over Derby
Lingard and Lukaku give Man United late 2-0 win over Derby

United got its first win in five matches on Monday by notching two second-half goals to get a 2-0 win at Everton. Rashford's finishing let the hosts' approach play down, though, when the striker skied over the bar after being played through.

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