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Sat, 06/16/2012 - 12:38pm
Shortly after the death of golf legend Arnold Palmer Sunday, tributes rolled in from PGA Tour pros and fans. Palmer, whose Arnold Palmer Invitational based in Orlando was among the PGA Tour’s most popular events, died at the age 87. His charisma and success on the course as television was first
TAMPA — The thunder and lightning provided the appropriate backdrop for the Tampa Bay Bucs Sunday afternoon. They need an umbrella. A big one. It's pouring, baby. The Bucs are now perfect. Four consecutive home-opening losses. A 69-minute weather delay late in the game simply delayed the inevitable
Cristiano Ronaldo was visibly unhappy being subbed at the weekend, the FC crew discuss if it's being blown out of proportion.
Roma striker Stephan El Shaarawy is OK after crashing his car on his way home from club training ground on Sunday. ROME -- Roma and Italy forward Stephan El Shaarawy has escaped unhurt from a car crash in which his vehicle was badly damaged. Italian media reports say the incident happened as El Shaarawy was driving home from Roma's training ground on Sunday after the team returned to the capital following a 3-1 defeat at Torino. El Shaarawy, driving an Audi, was involved in a crash with a yellow Fiat Panda and the driver of the other car was taken to hospital with minor injuries, reports said. Both cars were
Charlie Austin looks to be regaining his old form as Southampton downed a weary West Ham at London Stadium. Claude Puel says a strong second half was crucial for his side in their 3-0 victory over West Ham. Superb Southampton produced their most impressive performance under manager Claude Puel's guidance to thrash woeful West Ham 3-0 and move into the top half of the Premier League table. In-form striker Charlie Austin scored a fifth goal in four games to break the deadlock before half-time at the end of an excellent team move before turning provider for Dusan Tadic for the second early in the second half.
Craig Burley and Alexis Nunes discuss if Manchester City will go after Leonardo Bonucci with Vincent Kompany's injury woes. The transfer window might be shut, but don't think the wheeling and dealing won't continue! Free transfers can still be submitted to the FAs, plus there's January to start thinking about. As always, you can see all the latest deals here. Bonucci staying put, says Marotta Reports that Manchester City could be poised to rekindle their interest in Leonardo Bonucci have been brushed aside by Juventus director Giuseppe Marotta. The Manchester Evening News reports Marotta as saying: "That's not what I