Beating a huge game!
Beating a huge game!
Moore is Wednesday’s third permanent manager of the season.
Trescothick has left his assistant’s role at Somerset.
Marcus Trescothick has been named England’s “elite batting coach” as part of a slew of ECB coaching appointments. The popular former England batsman has worked with the national team on an ad hoc basis in recent years. England have also appointed from New Zealand spinner Jeetan Patel and former England seamer Jon Lewis to the equivalent spin and pace bowling roles respectively.
Roeder played for Havering Schools and their home matches were played at Westlands, in Romford, just a long free-kick away from West Ham’s training ground at Chadwell Heath. More than three decades later I met him again in the summer of 2001, this time just as he was beginning his new job as manager of West Ham United. Yes, he was on West Ham’s coaching staff and the club had opted for continuity but the fans wanted a bigger name.
Djokovic is guaranteed to set a new mark next week.
Barnes joins James Maddison, Jonny Evans, James Justin and more in a treatment room that could seriously impact the Foxes’ Champions League qualification chances
The 31-year-old scored twice against Burnley.
Morikawa carded a closing 69 at The Concession Golf Club to finish 18 under par.
The goalless draw at Stamford Bridge was United’s fifth of the season in ‘big six’ games
Refereeing decisions might have been a factor, but the way each team reacted to them proved of greater importance as the hosts secured the Triple Crown
Joachim Andersen says Fulham have no need to fear a difficult fixture run against Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City after missing the chance to move within a point of Premier League safety on Sunday. Scott Parker's side dominated Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park but failed to convert a single one of their 16 shots into a winner, meaning they remain three points behind Newcastle in 17th place. Fulham have consistently created chances all season and struggled to convert them.
Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend's actionFulham continue to struggle in front of goal, Leicester threatening a second collapse and West Brom play by the rules Harvey Barnes of Leicester after his injury, Scott McTominay in action for Manchester United and whistle-based chaos at The Hawthorns. Photograph: Shutterstock
Pablo Fornals says West Ham fans can be proud of how their side are performing after running Manchester City desperately close on Saturday. The Hammers remain fourth - the highest-placed club in London - in the Premier League despite their valiant defeat by Pep Guardiola’s side, who sealed a 20th consecutive victory across all competitions at the Etihad Stadium. West Ham came desperately close to taking what would have been a deserved point when Issa Diop headed wide in injury time, but the result did nothing to dampen hopes of a push for Europe this season.
A serious injury will keep one Leicester play off the pitch but he will continue to appear in the plans of two other major clubs.
Glenn Hoddle has paid tribute to former West Ham manager Glenn Roeder, who has died aged 65 following a long battle with a brain tumour. Roeder worked as a coach under Hoddle during his time as England manager. A much-liked and respected figure, Roeder spent two years in charge of West Ham between 2001-03 and also managed Gillingham, Watford, Newcastle and Norwich.
LeBron James led the scoring for the victors with 19 points.
Everything you need to know about the top-flight clash
All the important info around the top-flight meeting
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta admits he is concerned by the injury suffered by Emile Smith Rowe against Leicester, but says the young midfielder is in good spirits. Smith Rowe started for the Gunners at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, but was withdrawn three minutes before the interval and replaced by Martin Odegaard after appearing to suffer a hip issue. The 20-year-old was one of three players to be taken off injured in the match, with Leicester’s Harvey Barnes carried off on a stretcher and experienced Foxes defender Jonny Evans also hurt.
Gareth Bale took Burnley apart, Arsenal bounced back at Leicester while there were stalemates at Chelsea and Crystal Palace.