DRAGONS boss Dai Flanagan believes a trip to Glasgow in the Challenge Cup will be every bit as tough as travelling to the cauldron of top seeds Toulon.
The former Ostersunds and Notts County manager was appointed last May to steer Rovers through their debut season in the third tier, but won just five of his 28 league games to prompt owner and chairman Dale Vince to make a change. "I'm grateful to Ian for all his hard work this season, it's definitely not been easy," Vince said in a statement on the club's website. Burchnall, who managed Viking in Norway before replacing Graham Potter at Swedish side Ostersunds in 2018, led Notts County to the Vanarama National League play-offs last season before agreeing to replace Watford-bound Rob Edwards at Forest Green.
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The England international produced two superb second-half saves from Southampton forward Che Adams as the Magpies secured a vital 1-0 win from a breathless Carabao Cup semi-final first leg at St Mary's. Joelinton set aside a disallowed goal and a shocking miss to claim the visitors' 73rd-minute winner, while Saints substitute Adam Armstrong had a leveller ruled out for handball following VAR intervention. Newcastle manager Eddie Howe, who warned there is still a long way to go in the tie ahead of next week's return meeting, saluted the impact of his in-form keeper, while Magpies midfielder Bruno Guimaraes went a step further.
The Dortmund star has seemingly made a clear choice on the club he wants to sign for next - and Liverpool will be all ears after a significant update from a Sky Sports reporter
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Aryna Sabalenka is full of belief that she can break her grand slam semi-final duck in Melbourne, after losing her past three attempts.
England secured another Six Nations Grand Slam with a dramatic victory over France in 2022, and will be hoping to recover from World Cup heartbreak in this year's renewal.
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Thiago Motta responded to reports that striker Marko Arnautovic is wanted by Premier League outfit Everton.
The 18-year-old was called up by coach Carlo Ancelotti after injuries to Lucas Vazquez and Dani Carvajal, but Ancelotti chose to use Nacho Fernandez instead in recent games against Villarreal and Athletic Club. Tobias, who is highly-rated, joined Real Madrid on loan from Shakhtar Donetsk until the end of the 2022-23 season, with an option to buy for 18 million Euros.
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The shot was straight out of the Ryder Cup playbook, the celebration even more so. And, who knows, perhaps Victor Perez’s magic moment from the bunker on the 17th that essentially handed him the Abu Dhabi Championship will take the Frenchman all the way to Rome for the match against the United States in September.
The third seed made it six from six in the last eight at majors with a 6-3 7-6 (2) 6-4 victory over 21-year-old Lehecka, who had never won a grand slam match before arriving in Australia. The young Czech had defeated Cameron Norrie and Felix Auger-Aliassime to make the last eight but was broken in his first service game and, although he put on a creditable display, it was not enough to take a set from Tsitsipas. The Greek, who along with Novak Djokovic still has a chance of finishing the tournament as the world number one, will take on Karen Khachanov in the semi-finals on Friday.
The 22-year-old was in the stands at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday evening to watch his new side beat Manchester United.