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Soccer - Simeone calls for one last push (Friday, May 27, 2016)
Soccer - Mourinho honoured to be United boss (Friday, May 27, 2016)
Soccer - Summer talks on the agenda for Allen (Friday, May 27, 2016)
Formula 1 - Hamilton denies Rosberg tension (Thursday, May 26, 2016)
Cricket - Cook confirms Woakes place (Thursday, May 26, 2016)
Soccer - Hart targets Euro 2016 glory (Thursday, May 26, 2016)
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Soccer - Simeone calls for one last push

Friday, May 27, 2016

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone believes his hard-working team have the qualities to see off Real Madrid in Saturday's Champions League final in Milan. Atletico were beaten by Real in the final of European club football's premier competition two years ago and have had a tough draw this season, being forced to beat Barcelona and Bayern Munich in the last two rounds.Atletico are 11/10 with bet365 to lift the trophy on Saturday, while the former Liverpool and Chelsea striker Fernando Torres is available at 11/4 to score at any time in the San Siro.Simeone said: "We've already played two of the top three teams in the world and now we're facing the third in the final. Real are a much more direct team who are a massive threat from set-pieces."They're very strong defensively, but we'll be ready and will look to play the game on our terms. Fingers crossed, that will be enough for us to do what we want, which is to win." Go Back to Top

Soccer - Mourinho honoured to be United boss

Friday, May 27, 2016

Jose Mourinho has revealed that he has always felt an affinity with Manchester United after being confirmed as the new manager at Old Trafford. The 53-year-old replaces Louis van Gaal, who was dismissed on Monday, two days after United had beaten Crystal Palace 2-1 in the FA Cup final at Wembley.Former Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid boss Mourinho has penned a three-year contract with United, although he also has an option to stay at the club until at least 2020.Mourinho, who has won 22 trophies since 2003, including the Champions League with Porto and Inter, as well as three Premier League titles during his two spells at Chelsea, said: "To become Manchester United manager is a special honour in the game."I have always felt an affinity with Old Trafford; it has hosted some important memories for me in my career and I have always enjoyed a rapport with the United fans."United can be backed at 9/2 with bet365 to win the 2016/17 Premier League title outright, while they are 7/4 to finish above Manchester City next term. Go Back to Top

Soccer - Summer talks on the agenda for Allen

Friday, May 27, 2016

Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen is expecting to hold more talks about his future on Merseyside after Euro 2016. The 26-year-old Wales international has one year remaining on his Anfield contract but had discussions with Reds boss Jurgen Klopp about his lack of first-team opportunities in January."There was a conversation with the club in terms of what the future did hold for me, if I would feature more in the plans moving forward," Allen said."They made it clear at that stage I wouldn't be moving anywhere and I'm sure it will be a week or two after the Euros before there are any more discussions."Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers signed Allen from Swansea City four years ago for 15million but he has only made 60 Premier League starts for the club.Wales are 4/1 with bet365 to be eliminated from Euro 2016 at the quarter-final stage while Chris Coleman's side can be backed at 6/4 to win their first Group B match in the tournament against Slovakia on 11th June. Go Back to Top

Formula 1 - Hamilton denies Rosberg tension

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Lewis Hamilton has said that there will be no bad feeling with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg at the Monaco Grand Prix after the pair held clear-the-air talks. The 31-year-old British driver was involved in a crash with his team-mate on the first lap of the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona a fortnight ago which left both men ruled out of the remainder of the race.It denied Rosberg the chance to make it five successive wins at the start of the 2016 campaign and meant Hamilton remains 43 points adrift of the German in the current drivers' standings as he bids to win a fourth career world title this year.The incident at the Circuit de Catalunya was the latest in a series between the duo over the years, but Hamilton insists that there is no ill-feeling between the pair.Hamilton, who is 1/1 with bet365 to claim his first race win of the season in Monaco on Sunday, said: "We arrived very cool and chilled and spoke. All we need to know is the respect is still there and we are going to keep racing. And that's all we had to say."We have a long career left of racing with one another. There are going to be lots of close encounters and we are just going to try our best." Go Back to Top

Cricket - Cook confirms Woakes place

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Captain Alastair Cook has confirmed that Ben Stokes' place in the England side will be taken by Chris Woakes for the second Test against Sri Lanka. England's impressive innings and 88-run win against the tourists at Headingley in the first of three matches came at a cost with Durham all-rounder Stokes suffering an injury to his left knee which, it has been confirmed, will now rule him out of the series.Woakes was vying with Nottinghamshire fast bowler Jake Ball for the vacant place in the XI to start the second Test at Chester-Le-Street in Durham on Friday.And despite only managing eight wickets in his six Test matches to date, Woakes got the nod with Cook pointing to his career-best figures of 9-36 for Warwickshire against Durham at Edgbaston this week as a big factor behind the decision.Cook said: "It gives Chris another opportunity to play for England. I don't think we've seen the best of him yet in an England shirt. He's in form for Warwickshire - taking nine."England are 1/4 with bet365 to win the second Test, with Woakes 5/1 to be their top bowler. Go Back to Top

Soccer - Hart targets Euro 2016 glory

Thursday, May 26, 2016

England goalkeeper Joe Hart is adamant that the team will go to Euro 2016 determined to win the tournament and not just to make up the numbers. The 29-year-old Manchester City custodian will be one of only three players - Wayne Rooney and James Milner being the other two - to have over 50 caps in boss Roy Hodgson's squad in France.But Hart feels the likes of Tottenham trio Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Eric Dier and Leicester hitman Jamie Vardy, who are all set to experience their first major tournament, have the quality to make an impact.As a result he sees no reason why England, who are 17/2 with bet365 to win Euro 2016, should fear any other side and promised that they will go to France planning to 'reach for the stars'.Hart said: "I'm obviously realistic that that's not necessarily going to happen, you can't win every game you play, but we're going to reach for the stars with this team, work hard and make that a realistic aim."The past is the past, it's about what is going to put us in the best position to win this tournament." Go Back to Top

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