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• Guingamp president Bernard Desplat: ‘These are not fans, they are militiamen’
Dynamo Kiev’s Europa League match with Guingamp had to be halted 15 minutes from the end because of crowd trouble.
The home side were 2-0 up and heading into the last 16 3-2 on aggregate when a group of masked fans fought their way past stewards in a bid to attack supporters of the tiny French club.Continue reading...
The Mill woke up this morning, picked another sheet off its banter-quote-a-day calendar and realised this was the final Mill of February. And that means when the Mill returns on Monday, it will be another month closer to when real transfers happen.
You see, February and October are the most difficult months. Mr 15% has gone on holiday and you need to dive really, really deep into the well to find some tittle-tattle or two-bob yarn about a move that, let’s face it, is probably never going to happen.Continue reading...
The path from Tannadice to Estádio José Alvalade is not frequently trodden but Ryan Gauld is already showing signs that unlike other youngsters who have made early moves abroad, he will not have to make the return journey any time soon. Gauld, the 19-year-old playmaker whose move to Sporting Lisbon last summer was accompanied by the Mini Messi tag that he was saddled with at Dundee United, has worked his way into the Portuguese side’s first-team setup in recent weeks and stands a chance of featuring in perhaps their most important match of the season, the visit to Porto on Sunday.
There are clear risks in moving from one football culture to another and being eased in via a club’s B side. The story of Dale Jennings, who moved from Tranmere to Bayern Munich at the age of 18 in 2011 and now finds himself in and out of Barnsley’s starting 11 in League One, is a case in point. But Gauld has taken to first-team football with aplomb, scoring twice in a cup match against Belenenses in January and making his second league appearance during last Sunday’s win over Gil Vicente.Continue reading...
- ACT Brumbies coach Larkham and Waratahs defensive coach Grey called upon
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has added former Wallabies Stephen Larkham and Nathan Grey to his staff for the Australian World Cup campaign.
Larkham and Grey have been named as Cheika’s assistants and will continue in their roles at their respective Super Rugby franchises throughout the 2015 Australian campaign.Continue reading...
- Former Australia cricket coach hands down damning report
The Australian Sports Commission may guarantee only 60 per cent of funding to Athletics Australia until the sport shows its house is in order.
The much-anticipated review of athletics has called for sweeping reforms, including a unification under one structure.Continue reading...