United have made it clear they are not interested in selling Pogba , however, and as long as the player shows no signs of being unhappy, they will not consider any bid for him. Unlike the majority of the United side, Sanchez enjoyed a full preseason and will be raring to go. United's top brass want to follow City by "developing young talents instead of going for big-money older stars" that Mourinho prefers.
Remember. the Bills wideout blasted Cam in the media this week - essentially blaming Newton for all of his struggles in Carolina the past few years. The video was overlaid with the captions "All love on this side" and "No excuses just work".
It was the first time a whole day's Test play in England had been lost to bad weather since 24 August 2013 when the fourth day of the fifth Ashes clash at The Oval was abandoned without a ball bowled. If the leaked image turns out to be true, this will be the first time under Virat Kohli that India will be having the same playing XI in successive Tests.
Croydon-born Hodgson, 71, took over at Palace in September a year ago after Frank de Boer was sacked following four defeats in his first four league matches. Fulham begin their Premier League campaign at home to Crystal Palace on August 11. Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic may have spent over £100 million ($127 million, 111 million euros) on new players since gaining promotion to the Premier League but he says even they will have to prove worthy of a first team spot.
Mauricio Pochettino feels it is a "massive challenge" to manage the workload of Tottenham's World Cup stars in the early weeks of the new Premier League season. Manchester United start the new Premier League campaign with a clash against Leicester City on Friday night. Mourinho's frustrations with Martial are equally unusual, with the Frenchman's decision to attend his son's birth during United's pre-season tour apparently riling the former Chelsea boss.
Dolphins defensive end Robert Quinn reportedly raised his right fist. This offseason, the NFL announced a new policy that required players to either stand at attention on the sideline during the national anthem or to remain in the locker room.