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Everyone’s laughing at Manchester United! Opposing fans rejoice at glorious, calamitous and hilarious decline of Red Devils
He found the courtside seats uncomfortably small for his imposing frame, but in every other respect Boris Becker enjoyed his first experience as coach of a player at a Grand Slam tournament. Novak Djokovic, his new charge, gave the German every reason to be happy, beginning his quest to win the Australian Open title for the fourth time in a row with a 6-3, 7-6, 6-1 victory over Lukas Lacko here last night in his first competitive match of the season.
Chelsea’s Eden Hazard has told teammates he’s joining PSG this summer according to reports in France
Mick Crossan has made a success in business ripping up the pitches of Arsenal and Chelsea every summer, so you could say he is not the type to let the grass grow under his feet. As the new co-owner of London Irish in rugby union’s Aviva Premiership, Crossan is keen on reinvigorating a troubled club’s metaphorical grassroots.
Mathieu Debuchy v Geoff Cameron: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between Newcastle and Stoke City
It is not just football in Cardiff that is befitting of the pantomime season. As one Wales rugby player after another takes up contracts outside the country during an angry stand-off between the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) and the four regions who play in the Heineken Cup and Pro 12, the treble Grand Slam-winner Ryan Jones offered a suitably Christmassy analogy when asked whether the exodus of more than a dozen stars to clubs in England and France would hamper the national team ahead of the 2015 World Cup.
Greg Dyke, the FA’s self-styled Head of Light Entertainment, genuflected before 150 years of history when he laid a wreath at the grave of Ebenezer Morley, the organisation’s founding father, at a disused cemetery in the south western London suburb of Barnes on Thursday. The symbolism of the moment was rather more illuminating than he intended.