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Chris Kelleher

Chris Kelleher
Student whose interests lie in sports ranging from Darts to MMA, with the likes of Golf, Boxing and Soccer in between. Closet wrestling fan and a lover of sports psychology and stiff jabs.

Uruguay Coach Lavishes Praise On ‘More Mature’ Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez has “matured a great deal” and is primed to lead Uruguay’s assault on the World Cup, coach Oscar Tabarez said on the eve of their opening game in Russia. Barcelona striker Suarez, a controversial figure who has had numerous run-ins with football authorities throughout his career, was thrown out of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and subsequently …

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Power Ranking The Top 20 Contenders For The U.S. Open: 1-10

Ahead of the 118th U.S. Open this week, we power rank the top twenty players in contention per the bookmakers’ odds. While conflicting thoughts abound on how difficult the set-up at Shinnecock Hills will be, we will focus on form, statistics, and event/course suitability in determining who is best-placed to claim victory in the year’s second Major. Although they don’t …

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Patrick Vieira Leaves New York City FC To Manage Ligue 1 Side

The French legend has returned to his homeland after departing MLS side New York City. The news that he would leave to take over at Ligue 1 side Nice was strangely announced on Manchester City’s website, before being taken down. The statement from Patrick Vieira read: “I would like to thank City Football Group and New York City FC for …

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Leona Maguire Finishes 15th In Her Debut As A Professional

The Irishwoman has earned a top 15 finish at the ShopRite LPGA Classic in Galloway, New Jersey. Maguire joined the professional ranks this week along with sister Lisa, and her first start in the senior game couldn’t have gone much better. The 23-year-old started the 54 hole event with rounds of 69 and 67, leaving her in 13th on -6, …

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Power Ranking The Top 20 Contenders For The U.S. Open: 11-20

Ahead of the 118th U.S. Open this week, we rank the top twenty players in contention per the bookmakers’ odds. While conflicting thoughts abound on how difficult the set-up at Shinnecock Hills will be, we will focus on form, statistics, and event/course suitability in determining who is best placed to claim victory in the year’s second Major. Here we rank …

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South Africa Win Paris Rugby Sevens To Pip Fiji For World Series

South Africa dramatically retained their overall World Sevens Series title by beating England in the final of the last of 10 tournaments on Sunday. The Blitzboks’ 24-14 victory in Paris ensured they overhauled Fiji in the overall standings by 182 to 180 points. It was only their second tournament victory out of 10 in the 2017/18 season compared to Fiji’s …

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