Mbappe Continues Where He Left Off FIFA with PSG

After all the attention he attracted during the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament as a representative for France’s national side, Kylian Mbappe has discovered that the limelight is to his liking. He was again a teenage prodigy when he netted four times for his Paris Saint-Germain side delivered a 5 – 0 sledging to Lyon…

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Pumas Coach Ledesma Offers Hope to Other Rugby Nations

Rumours of the All Blacks demise have run rampant for years, but have yet to come to fruition. Those rumours may indeed become the truth at some point, at which time those responsible can claim clairvoyance. The Coach of Argentina is one to place New Zealand in his crosshairs, with claims that the world’s best…

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Boyle Discovers His Da was an Aussie Mulls Socceroo Future

While it often seems as though the slimmest of Australian connections is all that it takes to earn Socceroo consideration, Martin Boyle’s discovery that his father was born in Australia if a bona fide qualification. Boyle plays in Scotland with Socceroos Mark Milligan and Jamie Maclaren and is now a target for scouting by Graham…

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NFL Player Retires During Halftime in Disrespectful Narcissistic Display

There are those who so badly crave attention that they behave badly, on the principle that even bad publicity is superior to no publicity. In the age where status is determined by the number of “likes” and the number of “followers,” the old Andy Warhol adage about everyone having 15 minutes of fame has shrunk…

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Barty Takes U.S. Open Doubles Title Millman Takes Out Federer

Ash Barty is bringing some metal home to Australia as she paired with CoCo Vandeweghe to win the women’s doubles at the 2018 U.S. Open in New York. Barty and Vandeweghe beat the doubles champs from the Australian Open, Timea Babos and Kristina Mladenovic, winning a tense match that required multiple tiebreakers. It was Barty’s…

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Pom Opener Cook Surprises with Surprise Retirement Announcement

With a 3 – 1 lead in his pocket, 33 years on his clock and his third child about to arrive, England’s Alastair Cook took the 3s as an omen that it was time to call time on his international cricket career. He will still play for his county side, Essex, but after 160 Test…

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Maloney Denies Rift with Nathan Cleary as Panthers Prep for Finals

Do not believe everything you read would seem to be the message Penrith Panthers player James Maloney is sending in the wake of reports that he does not get along well with Nathan Cleary. Maloney will be out until finals, nursing a knee injury, which left him with some spare moments to speak out of…

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Barring Unforeseen Cotchin Appears to be Tiger for Life

News recently reached us that Richmond Tigers Captain Trent Cotchin has committed to staying with the club until the end of 2022. Four years in football is like 20 years in other pursuits. We recently renewed our marriage vows through the end of 2048, which seems a long way off, but we think it an…

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Maloney Down for Panthers Could be Up for Finals

Welcome to the top, Cameron Ciraldo. The unceremonious dismissal of Anthony Griffin, Ciraldo was tasked with steering the Panthers through finals. During his first game as the interim coach, five-eighth James Maloney went down with a knee injury. The best-case scenario is that Maloney will miss the Panthers’ final three games, but may be available…

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Cheika Devotes Training Resources to Smaller Group for Bledisloe Test

Three Wallabies have managed to receive declarations of fitness to participate in the first Bledisloe Cup Test in Sydney, provided they do not succumb to some mysterious malady after the All Blacks perform their mystical pre-game haka ahead of the game. The three players are Captain Michael Hooper, Scott Sio and Dane Haylett-Petty. Hooper had…

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