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Robbed: Kristen Ledlow (right), the host of NBA Inside Stuff, pictured in 2015 hugging Mo'ne Davis, said on social media she was robbed at gunpoint on October 22 The sportscaster announced she will be taking a break from social media a result of the incident because she says she 'will not become a slave to fear.'
Tottenham's Moussa Sissoko has been charged by the Football Association over an incident on Saturday involving Bournemouth's Harry Arter. An FA statement on Monday said that incident, not seen by referee Craig Pawson or his fellow officials at the time, had led to Sissoko being charged for an alleged act of violent conduct, and that he has until 6pm on Tuesday to respond.
And Wenger reckons he has already worked out how many points his side will need to secure the title. 'After nine games the first trend is set, it's about 20 points so the title will be decided between 82 and 86 points,' he said. 'Every game is a fight and absolutely you need to be at your best to have a chance to win.
That's according to Premier League legend Alan Shearer who believes the Belgian was in sensational form during the 4-0 win over Manchester United yesterday. Hazard struggled last season under Jose Mourinho but had a point to prove against his former boss at Stamford Bridge as he scored the Blues' third goal.
The goalless stalemate at Anfield last Monday wasn't pretty but it appeared to show Mourinho had at least found the right personnel and formation to provide enough organisation and defensive resilience for his team to make progresss. No-one, least of all Mourinho, saw the Chelsea catastrophe coming, especially as he fielded 10 of the players who had pointed the way forward on Merseyside six days earlier.
His name was definitely on Pep Guardiola's tactics board, but it was under the heading 'must get shot of before the season starts', somewhere between Yaya Toure and Joe Hart. Sevilla stepped forward and so the French playmaker who once dazzled under Arsene Wenger at Arsenal but made just five starts for Manuel Pellegrini last season was sent down to southern Spain where new recruits either melt in the soaring Andalucian heat or find a new lease of life.
Klopp confirmed Mignolet will start and admitted the Belgium international was understandably "not happy" at his demotion. "The chance of Simon playing is 100 per cent if nothing happens," said Klopp. Liverpool reached the final of the competition last season before losing on penalties to Manchester City and Klopp is eager to pursue a potential route to silverware.
Reds manager Jurgen Klopp admitted after the game his side are contenders for the title but West Brom captain Fletcher has poured cold water on their chances. Fletcher went on to suggest there was a way to overcome Klopp's high press tactics but admitted it took West Brom too long to work it out.
Cristiano Ronaldo failed to score at the Bernabeu for the fourth straight game on Sunday, something that has never happened before in his Real Madrid career. After the narrow 2-1 victory over Athletic Bilbao, debate shows in Madrid argued about Zinedine Zidane's unrepentant mantra that, all the time they are fit, the BBC - Benzema, Bale and Cristiano - all have to be on the pitch to start matches.
Trained by Dermot Weld, the Sea The Stars colt overcame a late injury scare to win the Investec Derby at Epsom in June. Having lost a shoe in transit, he needed constant treatment in the run up to the race and showed great courage to hold off US Army Ranger. It was then a rush to prepare him for the Irish Derby but he once again displayed a willing attitude to fend off Aidan O'Brien's Idaho.
"Can you tweet something like Unbelievable support yesterday and great effort by the lads! Hard result to take! But we go again!" The message was seemingly sent by his social media team but the person controlling his Twitter account failed to delete the first five words. The Black Cats currently sit rock bottom of the Premier League with just two point from their opening nine games.