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Sports News. Tuesday, 21 November 2017 (UTC)


Football. From the streets of Guinea to a record-breaker - Keita is living the dream

Naby Keita's journey from breaking things while shopping with his mother in Guinea to a record ?48m move to Liverpool.

Monday, 20 November 2017


Football. Craig Bellamy and John Hartson eye Wales manager role

Ex-Wales strikers Craig Bellamy and John Hartson say they would like to succeed Chris Coleman as Wales manager.

Football. Allardyce among West Brom contenders - gossip

Sam Allardyce, Alan Pardew and Martin O'Neill are among the mangers linked with West Brom, Mesut Ozil is wanted back at Schalke, plus more.

Football. Jann-Fiete Arp: German prodigy who turned down Chelsea and idolises Harry Kane

He has turned down Chelsea, models himself on Harry Kane and is breaking Bundesliga records. Who is Germany's new football prodigy?

Football. Why Philippe Coutinho surpasses Liverpool legends - and John Stones' injury is a blow for Man City

Philippe Coutinho surpasses some Liverpool greats, while John Stones' injury may prompt a Manchester City shake-up - the stand-out Premier League stats.

Football. Zidane 'optimistic' despite Real Madrid wobbles

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane says he is not worried by his side's form as they look to qualify for the last 16.

Football. Brighton stretch unbeaten run with Stoke draw

Brighton stretch their unbeaten run in the Premier League to five games as they draw with visitors Stoke.

Football. FAI reports 'racist abuse' of Republic defender Christie

The Football Association of Ireland refers allegedly racist abuse of Cyrus Christie to police.

Football. Ex-England striker Owen prepares for jockey debut

The 37-year-old has lost over a stone in weight and is preparing for his first race at Ascot.

Football. Newcastle United takeover: Financial firm tables formal bid in region of ?300m

A financial firm headed by British businesswoman Amanda Staveley tables a formal takeover bid in the region of ?300m for Newcastle United.

Football. 'The roof came off' - Fraserburgh get Rangers tie

Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie says "the roof came off" when his gathered players celebrated drawing Rangers in the Scottish Cup fourth round.

Football. Dortmund's Aubameyang back to face Spurs

Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang returns from a club suspension to face Tottenham in the Champions League.

Football. Sevilla v Liverpool: Defender Joel Matip does not travel in Champions League

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Champions League game between Sevilla and Liverpool.

Football. Tony Pulis: West Brom sack head coach after Chelsea defeat

Tony Pulis is sacked by West Brom with the club a point above the relegation zone and without a win in 10 Premier League games.

Football. Jonna Andersson: Chelsea Ladies to sign Sweden international

Women's Super League One side Chelsea Ladies agree a deal to sign Sweden international Jonna Andersson from Linkopings.

Football. Watch: How did he manage that?! Great strike, wrong net

Chelsea loanee and Vitesse defender Fankaty Dabo scores a calamitous 35-yard own goal as his side lose 4-2 to Groningen.

Football. Manchester City v Feyenoord: Vincent Kompany 'a risk' for Champions League

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says it could be a "risk" to play defender Vincent Kompany against Feyenoord.

Tennis. Former Wimbledon champion Novotna, 49, dies

The Women's Tennis Association says 1998 Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna, who had cancer, "died peacefully, surrounded by her family" aged 49.

Football. Chris Coleman: Sunderland need to back away from cliff edge

Sunderland manager Chris Coleman says his new side need to find a 'different direction to walk in'.

Tennis. Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage

This week's sport on the BBC includes the first Test of the Ashes series, Rugby League World Cup semi-finals and the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Tennis. Jana Novotna: From losing Wimbledon in 1993 to finally winning in 1998

Jana Novotna was consoled by the Duchess of Kent after losing the Wimbledon final in 1993 - five years later she won the title at SW19.

Tennis. ATP Finals: Grigor Dimitrov's journey to the ATP title

BBC Sport looks back at the 2017 ATP Finals in London, where Grigor Dimitrov made history by becoming the first man for 19 years to win the tournament on his debut appearance.

Football. Artists, haircuts & John Travolta - see Garth's team of the week & pick your own

Garth Crooks gets whimsical over one player's magnificence and includes three from one north London club in his team of the week.

Football. 'Moyes will have learned a lot - and not much was good'

West Ham's loss to Watford will have made it clear to David Moyes how much work he has to do in every area of his team, says Mark Lawrenson.

Sunday, 19 November 2017


Tennis. Dimitrov makes history by beating Goffin to win ATP Finals - highlights & report

Grigor Dimitrov becomes the first man for 19 years to win the ATP Finals on his debut appearance with victory over Belgian David Goffin.

Football. Match of the Day 2: West Ham are completely torn apart - Jermaine Jenas

Match of the Day 2 pundits Jermaine Jenas and Mark Lawrenson discuss West Ham's difficult position after David Moyes' first game in charge ends in a 2-0 defeat at Watford.

Tennis. Grigor Dimitrov beats David Goffin in ATP Finals - best shots

Watch five of the best points from as Grigor Dimitrov beats David Goffin 7-5 4-6 6-3 to win the ATP Finals at London's O2 Arena.

Football. Watford 2-0 West Ham: David Moyes 'didn't enjoy' Hammers performance

West Ham manager David Moyes says the "better team won" after his Hammers reign began with a 2-0 defeat away to Watford.

Football. Watford 2-0 West Ham: Everton speculation 'not a problem' for Marco Silva

Marco Silva says speculation linking him with the manager's job at Everton is "not a problem" and he is fully focused on his role at Watford who beat West Ham 2-0 at Vicarage Road.

Football. Paul Pogba: 'If I didn't believe we could win, I would stop playing football'

Paul Pogba says he would take off his boots and "stop playing football" if he didn't believe his Manchester United side could still win the Premier League.
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