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A quick glance at the Senegal international’s numbers highlights how difficult a campaign it has been.
Arsenal were knocked out of the second-tier Europa League last week and are ninth in the Premier League ahead of their clash at third-placed Chelsea on Wednesday, facing the prospect of no European football for the first time in 25 years. Arteta said that the club will also have to resolve the futures of several of their current players. "There are so many things to do because we already have a lot of players on loan and a lot of players with contracts still that we need to sort," Arteta told reporters.
The Magpies have eased to safety with three wins in their last five games.
The venue for the May 29 match between Chelsea and Manchester City is still to be decided.
Turkey is currently on the coronavirus ‘red list’ for international travel.
The striker scored twice in Friday’s 4-2 win at Leicester.
Clubs in Scotland’s fifth tier have voted in favour of plans to admit junior Rangers and Celtic sides for one season only.
The Gunners face a first season without European football for 25 years as things stand.
The 21-year-old defender is looking for a new club after seven years at Old Trafford.
Murray had travelled to Rome for a week of practice with the sport’s leading names.
This year’s Premier 15s final will be shown live on TV for the first time, after the Rugby Football Union confirmed BT Sport as the broadcaster for the competition’s showpiece event. The highest profile fixture in top-flight women’s rugby, which is set to take place on May 30 at Gloucester’s Kingsholm stadium, will also see the return of up to 3,276 spectators. Coverage of the game will be shown on BT Sport 1 and marks a welcome step for the competition after a year in which clubs have live-streamed many of their matches because of the pandemic. The Premier 15s semi-finals, which are scheduled to take place on May 22 and will feature Harlequins Women v Wasps Ladies at Twickenham Stoop and Saracens Women v Loughborough Lightning at the StoneX Stadium respectively, will also be broadcast online through the BT Sport app. Both fixtures will also see the return of spectators. Nicky Ponsford, the RFU’s head of women’s performance, said: “It’s been a difficult season for everyone so to get to this point is a testament to the outstanding work of the clubs and players and we are really looking forward to these games. “We’re really pleased to be holding the final at Kingsholm after Gloucester Rugby secured the right to host in 2020 but didn’t get the chance due to the early ending of the season. “It’s great to see BT Sport are taking the semi-finals and final. Broadcasting on BT Sport and also streaming on Premier15s.com widens the potential audience. Visibility is so important and we’re pleased BT Sport will showcase three marquee fixtures.” Analysis: what does this mean for the Premier 15s? News of BT Sport’s involvement in the Premier 15s will offer real optimism that the broadcaster may enter into a contract with the RFU for the 2021-22 campaign, which will be the fourth season of the competition since it was launched in 2017. The broadcaster is already a leading provider of men's domestic and European club rugby and showing this year's Premier 15s final is a tentative first step at gauging the audience and appetite for the domestic women’s game. Making the competition available to watch on online or via its app - as well as on TV - is not overly dissimilar from the streaming services the majority of clubs and the RFU have been forced to provide in a Covid-hit season without the admittance of fans. The viewing figures have so far been encouraging. Exeter’s dramatic victory over Saracens last January pulled in a peak online viewership of 125,000, while Saracens’ 17-17 draw with Harlequins last March had a peak streaming viewership of 94,000. For context, the Premiership’s semi-finals of 2020 had a reported peak of 205,000 viewers. BT Sport have a respectable track record of broadcasting women’s sport, having been one of the first broadcasters to air matches from football’s Women’s Super League for the past two years. But with the WSL moving over to Sky and the BBC in a multi-million pound deal from next season, BT Sport will be looking to fill that void in a way not seen before - by partnering with the Premier 15s for its first TV deal.
The Wales national team, Swansea, Newport and Glamorgan will all play in front of fans again.
Champions League final switch good for environment but football must do more. Shifting the all-English final from Istanbul would reduce carbon emissions but there is still a lack of long-term thinking from Uefa when it comes to doing the right thing
The Sussex left-arm paceman feels inclusive schemes will prove more significant than gestures in broadening cricket’s appeal in years to come.
The Champions League showdown was originally scheduled for Istanbul, but Turkey is now on the British Government’s travel ‘red list’.
The RFU has decided to drop the 'Saxons' moniker used for one of its senior England teams after it was deemed inappropriate, according to The Times. Last October, Andy Cosslett, the chairman of English rugby's governing body, said the organisation needed to "step up its efforts to improve diversity and inclusion across our game", and as such the Saxons nickname will no longer be used and England’s second team will revert to England 'A'. It brings to an end 15 years of the 'Saxons' brand, which was given the green light in 2006, pipping alternatives such as 'England Bloods' and 'England Aces'. The newly-branded England 'A' play Scotland A in Leicester on June 27 and a RFU spokesman said: "We have chosen to revert to the traditional name of 'England A' for this fixture against 'Scotland A' as a better representation of our team today." The Saxons decision follows the RFU’s move to distance itself from Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, the terrace anthem used by England supporters. It also comes after the Football Association creating a new, more inclusive crest featuring a cub, lion and lioness, which prompted a fan backlash. FA social media channels emphasised that there would be no changes to the senior kits, after criticism of the motif, which was designed to encourage grassroots participation. But hundreds of England fans tweeted their dismay at the design, with some suggesting that the branding was "PC nonsense". The RFU is hopeful rugby supporters will be more understanding of its decision to replace Saxons with England 'A'. Back in 2006, there were only a few black players in the England team. Today it is more multicultural and the decision to scrap the Saxons name is designed to reflect that. Have your say: Do you agree with the RFU's decision to scrap the 'Saxons' nickname? Tell us your view in the comments section below
The Norwich player is facing three months out after damaging medial ligaments at the weekend.
Former Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta said on Tuesday he has extended his contract with Vissel Kobe by another two years and wants to keep working towards making the Japanese side the best in Asia. Spanish World Cup winner Iniesta, who also celebrated his 37th birthday on Tuesday, signed a three-year contract with Kobe in 2018 after leaving Barcelona, where he won nine La Liga and four Champions Leagues titles. Since Iniesta joined the J-League team, Kobe won their first silverware at the Emperor's Cup last year and also qualified for the 2020 AFC Champions League for the first time in their 55-year history.
Washington's Russell Westbrook got his record-setting 182nd career triple-double on Monday, but the Atlanta Hawks came away with a 125-124 victory over the visiting Wizards. Westbrook had 28 points, 13 rebounds and 21 assists, his 36th triple-double of the season, passing Oscar Robertson's career mark. It was his fifth triple-double in a row and his 18th in his past 21 games.
The initiative was launched in response to the high suicide rate on Teesside.