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Ademola Lookmans penalty was not wasteful showboating the Panenka is a brave and logical ploy

Like Panenka, Pirlo saw it not as an act of mischief but of efficiency.Yet it was hard not to notice the Panenka gathering some negative press this week in the wake of Ademola Lookmans now infamous miss.Its like I want to be the guy on social media, I want to be on the TV channels, said Murphy, in a soundbite ripe for social media and TV channels.In contrast to something brainless, Lookmans penalty could easily be framed as something brave and considered.The embarrassment was punishment enough; rarely do footballers require a pundits public scolding, least of all a young player with a social media account. read more...

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A human bicycle, a live selfie and a bowling routine... football's craziest celebrations

(Almost)If Griezmann thought his car stunt was pushing the boundaries then he has not been watching enough Estonian football.Wakui takes a breath, lines up his effort before bowling his team-mates all over with the match ball.This elaborate bicycle routine involving various members of the Stjarnan team contorting their body to fit the parts of a bike.But his efforts took on a technological look when he uploaded a team selfie to Instagram moments after scoring for Marseille.Turning their back on fans, Balotelli and his team-mates took a selfie which was uploaded to social network site Instagram. read more...

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A cloud hangs over Liverpool in wake of Joe Gomez's serious injury

Jurgen Klopp had one thing on his mind as he left Liverpool's historic Melwood training base for the final time.Now, miserably, a cloud will hang over the group when they reconvene.This has been a campaign pockmarked with injuries for the champions, but there was a desperate turn of events on Wednesday at St George's Park when Joe Gomez suffered damage to his knee that means it is unlikely he will kick a ball again this season.Jordan Henderson, Liverpool's captain, tried to console his club-mate but it was an impossible task as the realisation dawned on 23-year-old Gomez.Gomez had stepped up in the absence of Virgil van Dijk with a string of strong displays. read more...

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A Cal Football Player Opted Out Because of the Virus. Then Came the Tuition Bill.

Henry Bazakas embodied everything the University of California wants in a football player.A third-generation Cal student who grew up in Berkeley, Bazakas arrived on campus five years ago as a walk-on offensive lineman.Three times he earned an award for having the teams highest grade-point average.He won another award, for his commitment to strength and conditioning while recovering from a torn knee ligament.And last season, after he finally earned an athletic scholarship, he started three games at left tackle. read more...

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4,000 fans allowed to return to sports events after lockdown, Boris Johnson announces

Up to 4,000 fans will be allowed to attend outdoor sports events under socially distanced restrictions in tier one areas, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced.Any venue that is located in an area with the lowest infection rates across the country will be allowed to welcome up to 4,000 fans to events in what will be a tiered return to sporting venues.Johnson said that "in Tiers 1 and 2, spectator sports will be free to resume inside and outside with capacity limits and social distancing providing."Indoor venues in tier one areas will be allowed a maximum attendance of 2,000, with tier two events open to 1,000 fans or 50 per cent capacity, depending on the size of the venue.As with outdoor regulations, indoor venues in tier three area will remain banned from having any fans in attendance. read more...

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'Toto Wolff of Formula E' aims to make sparks fly for Mercedes

Wolff v Wolff in Formula EIan James and Toto Wolff at the Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team launch with the teams' drivers Nyck de Vries and Stoffel Vandoorne.Hide Caption 5 of 14 Photos: The 2019/20 Formula E season At 22, Gunther became the youngest Formula E race winner in history.Hide Caption 8 of 14 Photos: The 2019/20 Formula E season BMW's Sims celebrates following his maiden Formula E victory.Photos: Formula E unveils new car design Formula E has unveiled its new car for next season with an eye-catching design that features a number of cosmetic changes.Hide Caption 1 of 10 Photos: Formula E unveils new car design The new design has been christened the Gen2 EVO. read more...

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'This kid is special': Fans go wild for 'magic' Phil Foden's stunning flick against Iceland

Phil Foden had onlookers in awe after his exquisite touch away from an Iceland defender during the latter stages of England's Nations League victory on Wednesday night.Fans on social media were similarly in awe of the attacking midfielder, with one saying: 'This kid is special', and another adding: 'Phil Foden that is magic.'A Twitter user quipped: 'This is just ridiculous from Phil Foden' whilst another stated: 'Take a bow Phil Foden.'Foden and Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood were dropped after breaking strict Covid-protocols and inviting two girls into the team hotel.It was one of the hardest moments of my life to be honest, said Foden, about the incident in Iceland. read more...

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'Stop arguing': Ronnie O'Sullivan and Mark Allen's tense row at snooker table video

Ronnie OSullivan was involved in a bizarre exchange with Mark Allen in the final frame of their Champion of Champions quarter-final in Milton Keynes.Allen went on to beat the world champion 6-3 but OSullivan appeared to be irked by the Northern Irishmans movements.OSullivan was warned by the referee, Marcel Eckardt, on numerous occasions as he went over to confront Allen, who sat in his chair throughout.Allen denied being involved in any gamesmanship and said the incident only made him more determined to beat the six-times world champion.Speaking to ITV Sport, Allen said: 'Im not going to let it go if hes going to make up rubbish ... Ronnie was completely gone and I just took advantage. read more...

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