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News » Premier League news » Chelsea news May 21, 2022 21:07 GMT (UK), by Sri Aswin Chelsea to finally land Koulibaly? Chelsea could get the chance to sign long-term target Kalidou Koulibaly during the upcoming transfer window. The Senegal international has been one of Serie A’s best-performing central defenders over the past eight years. However, there is the
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After the end of Mumbai Indians’ IPL 2022 campaign, their captain Rohit Sharma has said he is “pretty disappointed” with his batting performance this season, but is confident of turning it around in the coming days. In 14 games, Rohit scored just 248 runs at an average of 19.14 and a strike rate of 120.17.
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7:49 PM ET Nick Parkinson Close •Reports on boxing for ESPN.co.uk, as well as several national newspapers•Has been reporting on British boxing for over 15 years•Appears on BoxNation’s Boxing Matters show Joshua Buatsi edged closer to a world title shot after winning a unanimous points decision over Craig Richards in an eliminator for Dmitry Bivol’s
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Denver Nuggets president of basketball operations Tim Connelly is traveling to meet with Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor this weekend in the next step in the team’s pursuit to hire Connelly and make him one of the NBA’s highest-compensated executives, sources told ESPN. Connelly has discussed the job extensively with Timberwolves minority owners Marc Lore
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Lightning 155 for 5 (Beaumont 59) beat Thunder 152 for 5 (Boyce 71, Lamb 56, Cleary 3-34) by five wickets Tammy Beaumont‘s second half-century of the season and Piepa Cleary‘s three-for underpinned Lightning’s first-ever Charlotte Edwards Cup victory. England international Beaumont made 59 for the second time in three innings with a classy knock after
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Durham 350 and 25 for 3 (Roland-Jones 3-7) trail Middlesex 422 (Robson 84, Holden 71, Andersson 62, Stokes 4-72, Rushworth 3-60) by 47 runs Toby Roland-Jones tore through Durham’s top order at Lord’s to strengthen Middlesex’s chances of pressing for victory on the final day. Roland-Jones dismissed the visitors’ first three batters in quick succession
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While the college football world is catching its collective breath in the aftermath of the Jimbo Fisher-Nick Saban public spat, there’s one Hall of Fame coach who isn’t ready to let it go. “I don’t know why he is mad at Saban,” former Florida and South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier told DawgNation.com. “Did Saban say
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Stuart Broad has “found his rhythm” ahead of England’s upcoming Test series against New Zealand, according to his Nottinghamshire head coach Peter Moores. England confirmed this week that Broad – along with his long-time new-ball partner James Anderson – had been recalled to their squad for the first two Tests against New Zealand after their
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