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Follow LIVE: Rangnick era begins at Man United

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Sunday, 05 December 2021 06:15

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Kieron Pollard will not travel to Pakistan for the ODI and T20I series tour that starts next week after failing to recover from a hamstring injury that he picked up at the T20 World Cup. In his absence, Nicholas Pooran will be T20I captain and Shai Hope will be ODI captain. Pollard has been replaced by allrounder Rovman Powell for the T20Is and wicketkeeper-batter Devon Thomas for the ODIs.

A CWI statement said that Pollard will undergo rehabilitation work in Trinidad and will be reassessed in a few weeks ahead of the upcoming home tours against Ireland and England in January 2022.

This will be the first time Hope will be ODI captain and has a challenge ahead. The three ODIs are part of the World Cup Super League competition where West Indies are eighth on the points table with four wins in nine ODIs. However, a 3-0 ODI series sweep will lift West Indies to third.

Pollard's experience will be missed in the West Indies contingent which is light on experience. None of Jason Holder, Andre Russell, Evin Lewis or Shimron Hetmyer are part of the squads. The ODI squad is instead full of inexperienced but promising players like Justin Greaves, Shamarh Brooks, Gudakesh Motie and Odean Smith while the T20I squad includes Dominic Drakes and Motie.

West Indies have had a positive run when Pooran has stood-in as captain. Under his leadership, West Indies recently defeated Australia 4-1 in home conditions earlier this year. Hope will be his T20I team vice-captain while Pooran will be the ODI team deputy.

All six games against Pakistan will be played in Karachi. The first T20I is on December 13 while the final ODI is on December 22.

ODI squad: Shai Hope (captain), Darren Bravo, Shamarh Brooks, Roston Chase, Justin Greaves, Akeal Hosein, Alzarri Joseph, Gudakesh Motie, Anderson Phillip, Nicholas Pooran, Raymon Reifer, Romario Shepherd, Odean Smith, Hayden Walsh Jr, Devon Thomas

T20I squad: Nicholas Pooran (captain), Darren Bravo, Roston Chase, Sheldon Cottrell, Dominic Drakes, Shai Hope, Akeal Hosein, Brandon King, Kyle Mayers, Gudakesh Motie, Romario Shepherd, Odean Smith, Oshane Thomas, Hayden Walsh Jr, Rovman Powell

Sources: OU hopes to finalize deal for Venables

Published in Breaking News
Sunday, 05 December 2021 05:29

Oklahoma has targeted veteran Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables as the Sooners' next head football coach, and the two sides hope to have a deal finalized as early as Sunday, sources told ESPN.

Venables has been a major part of Clemson's championship run under Dabo Swinney and has a long history at Oklahoma. He was on the Sooners' staff from 1999 to 2011, serving as co-defensive coordinator from 1999 to 2003 and defensive coordinator from 2004 to 2011.

While at Clemson, Venables was the Broyles Award winner in 2016 as the top assistant coach in college football. He has turned down multiple head-coaching opportunities in recent years to stay at Clemson.

If a deal is reached with Venables at Oklahoma, sources told ESPN that Ole Miss offensive coordinator Jeff Lebby would be his top choice as offensive coordinator. Lebby, a semifinalist for the Broyles Award each of the past two seasons, spent four years as a student assistant at Oklahoma after signing to play there before suffering a career-ending injury.

Great Britain and Serbia have been awarded wildcards into next year's Davis Cup Finals.

It means neither team will be involved in the qualifying round in March.

Serbia, featuring world number one Novak Djokovic, lost to Croatia in the semi-finals this year, while GB were beaten by Germany in the last eight.

"Securing the number one in the world in our Finals, sporting wise, is the right call," Enric Rojas, CEO of Kosmos Tennis, told BBC Sport.

"Novak and the Serbian team were extremely committed this year.

"It was a very, very tough decision to decide the second wildcard. Wildcards are for securing the best potential teams with some kind of threat of not qualifying, and we thought that having GB secured would be the right decision."

Both countries have benefitted from wildcards before: Serbia this year, and Leon's Smith team before the Finals in 2019.

Next year's Finals will be contested by 16 teams over 12 days, and are very likely to conclude in Abu Dhabi.

A five-year deal with the Middle Eastern state has been proposed by Kosmos, who are the investment partners of the International Tennis Federation (ITF).

Abu Dhabi will be officially confirmed once the ITF Board has given its full approval.

This year's final between the Russian Tennis Federation and Croatia is due to begin in Madrid at 15:00 GMT on Sunday.

Brazil’s rising generation maintains traditions

Published in Table Tennis
Sunday, 05 December 2021 02:29

Furthermore, they advanced in style; just one individual match was dropped on the penultimate day of play. The one hiccup was at the semi-final stage of the men’s event against the United States, following a 3-0 success against Costa Rica’s Daniel Araya and Alfredo Sanchez.

In the opening match of the contest, Sid Naresh beat Diogo Silva (11-4, 11-7, 11-7).

Not the best of starts but from that moment forward they never looked back.

Rafael Turrini overcame Jayden Zhou (11-7, 9-11, 11-7, 11-6), before teaming with Diogo Silva to win the doubles (5-11, 11-9, 11-9, 11-5) and then overcoming Sid Naresh to end matters (8-11, 5-11, 11-6, 11-5, 11-5).

Chilean progress

Now the Brazilians meet the Chilean pairing of Nicolas Burgos and Andres Martinez in the final, the duo equally impressive.

A 3-1 penultimate round success was the order of the day against Mexico’s Dario Arce and Juan Jesus Gomez, followed by a 3-0 win in opposition to Cuba’s Eday Gomez and René Mendez.

The one success for the Mexicans was recorded in the doubles when Dario Arce and Juan Jesus Gomez gained a straight games win (11-5, 11-4, 11-9), thus maintaining their status as a most formidable doubles pairing.

More impressive

Impressive performances from Rafael Turrini and Diogo Silva; arguably more impressive from Giulia Takahashi and Laura Watanabe in the women’s event.

Totally focused they recorded a 3-0 quarter-final win against the Dominican Republic’s Esmerlyn Castro and Shary Muñoz prior to posting the same margin of victory in opposition to Cuba’s Daniela Fonseca and Karla Perez.

More exacting

Mexico’s Clio Barcenas and Arantxa Cossio await in the final, their path to the gold medal contest, rather more exacting.

Following a 3-0 success against El Salvador’s Cristina Machado and Gabriela Suarez, a full distance 3-2 margin of victory was the order of proceedings in opposition to Puerto Rico’s Brianna Burgos and Fabiola Diaz.

Mainstay of the success was Clio Barcenas; she beat both Fabiola Diaz (11-7, 11-8, 9-11, 11-8) and Brianna Burgos (9-11, 11-7, 11-3, 4-11, 11-7). Start of the show was Arantxa Cossio, in the vital fifth match of the contest, she overcame Fabiola Diaz (11-9, 10-12, 6-11, 11-8, 11-7).

Wins for Puerto Rico were recorded by Brianna Burgos against Arantxa Cossio (11-5, 11-13, 11-6, 4-11, 11-9) and in the doubles when Brianna Burgos and Fabiola Diaz secured a four games success (5-11, 14-12, 11-7, 11-9).

Play concludes

The finals of both the men’s team and women’s team events will be played on Sunday 5th December, the day play concludes in Cali.

Following the successful 2021 World Table Tennis Championships in Houston, Petra Sörling has arrived in Singapore to attend the inaugural WTT Cup Finals, the new season-ending event of World Table Tennis.

“I am delighted to be here and even more that Singapore plays host to the first-ever WTT Cup Finals. I want to express my gratitude to Sport Singapore and the STTA for their support. WTT has developed a modern and new event structure and aims to create a clear athlete journey, from Day 1 to World Number 1, and it only makes sense to end the season with a prestigious event gathering the world’s best players.”

For her first official visit to a WTT event as the new ITTF President, Sörling also met with the World Table Tennis team onsite and thanked them for their work to boost the commercial growth of table tennis, one of the key pillars of her manifesto.

For the first time, a virtual mixed zone was set up to live stream players’ first reactions after their matches, enhancing the fans’ experience and offering them exclusive behind-the-scenes access. Sörling asked WTT to continue innovating and transforming the events’ structure and drive the digital transformation of table tennis further.

As part of her campaign, the new President also committed to reinforcing the focus on sustainability within the table tennis community and exploring new opportunities for responsible consumption and production. She gave the thumbs-up to the partnerships department for choosing the Pan Pacific Hotels Group’s PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay as the Official Hotel Partner of the event.

The PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay is one of Singapore’s most sustainable locations, with more than 2,400 trees and shrubs indoors in public areas that help purify the air. It incorporates energy-saving and energy-generating systems, including solar panels, double-glazed glass, and motion sensors to help reduce waste.

The hotel also features an urban farm and a food digester, which converts food waste into nutrient water for the urban farm. Solar panels and double-glazed glass windows and skylight maximise energy efficiency, estimated to save more than 250,000kwh per year. To minimise the impact on the environment, guests are provided with glass bottles, in-room premium filtered water dispensers, cruelty-free and paraben-free bath amenities in biodegradable pump bottles, further reducing the use of plastics.

Ms Cinn Tan, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer of Pan Pacific Hotels Group said, “The hotel has been a favourite among locals since it reopened as Singapore’s first “garden-in-a-hotel”. Sustainability is an urgent global priority, with concerted efforts across industries to prioritise green growth and clean energy. As a pioneer for sustainable hospitality, Pan Pacific Hotels Group is paving the way for a more sustainable future through its demonstrated success in sustainable, innovative design at its PARKROYAL COLLECTION brand of hotels.”

Follow the WTT Cup Finals Singapore on WTT website.

Sydney Sixers 4 for 213 (Philippe 83, Henriques 76*, Couch 2-36) beat Melbourne Stars 61 (Nevill 18, O'Keefe 4-14, Abbott 3-14, Kerr 2-6) by 152 runs

Sydney Sixers laid down an early benchmark in their quest for a hat-trick of BBL titles with an utterly dominant display against an overwhelmed Melbourne Stars, who narrowly avoided the lowest total in the competition's history but still crashed to the largest ever defeat.

Sixers' top three took charge after they had been put in with Josh Philippe and Moises Henriques launching powerful half-centuries in a second-wicket stand of 102 in 8.3 overs. They took Sixers' to their highest BBL total during an innings that never lost momentum. They were 0 for 40 after the four-over powerplay, 1 for 92 after ten overs, took 33 off the two Power Surge overs and in total 121 off the last ten.

Faced with an enormous chase, and without the injured Marcus Stoinis, Stars lost two wickets in the opening over against Steve O'Keefe who went on to claim career-best figures. A short while after Sixers had set a new high score, Stars subsided to their own record low. Games don't come much more one-sided.

Philippe starts with a bang
It was a rather chastening winter for Philippe in his first introduction to the international set-up. He got set twice against New Zealand, but then in the more unaccustomed conditions of West Indies and Bangladesh, his highest score was 13 in five innings to miss the World Cup squad. However, in the early part of the season, he has shown excellent form for Western Australia and back in Sixers' colours he produced a superb display. He was lagging behind James Vince during the initial stages but was soon up to speed to bring up a 33-ball fifty. Then he really cut loose with a brace of sixes in the first of the Power Surge overs against Sam Rainbird, the first of them onto the roof of the pavilion. When he moved into the 80s in the 16th over, Sixers' first BBL hundred was on the cards but he then lost the strike to Henriques and perished to a catch at deep midwicket. Still, he had set an early marker.

Captain cuts loose
Henriques is one of the most impressive leaders in Australian cricket. He was restricted to five games last season due to being in Australia's bio-bubble Test squad, but it's unlikely he will feature this season so should have a full Sixers' campaign. He had a fantastic platform to build on after the opening stand of 90 between Philippe and Vince. He certainly made the most of it after looking in good touch during a warm-up game against Sydney Thunder last week. His first boundary came off his fourth ball and he reached a 29-ball fifty with a mighty straight drive off Sam Elliott. He finished one short of his career-best.

Stars' bowling looks thin
Heading into the season, the major questions were around Stars' attack despite the presence of Adam Zampa. Their side for this game also suffered the loss of Stoinis with a side strain. The pace bowling is especially stretched with Billy Stanlake and Liam Hatcher injured while Nathan Coulter-Nile is unavailable. Elliott and Brody Couch, on his birthday, made their T20 debuts as did Pakistan left-arm wristspinner Syed Faridoun who was playing the first professional match of his career. Couch's two overs went for 15 and 13 although he did have Vince dropped off a skier that neither the bowler nor wicketkeeper Peter Nevill could cling onto. Couch did show good composure in sending down the final over and opened his wicket tally.

Blown away
If this does prove to be O'Keefe's final season, he has started in a grand manner by claiming Joe Clarke and Nick Larkin in his first over. Stars' slimmest of hopes rested with Glenn Maxwell but he was cleaned up by Sean Abbott inside the powerplay to leave them 3 for 18. O' Keefe could do no wrong as he claimed a spectacular catch at deep third to remove Nevill and a ball later Hayden Kerr found himself on a hat-trick. He was not immediately given the chance of his third, and instead, Abbott got the ball and claimed two wickets in three balls. In a final sign of how the game panned, O'Keefe bowled a hat-trick ball with two close catchers. Tournaments aren't won and lost on the opening night but Stars will want to move on from this one quickly.

Andrew McGlashan is a deputy editor at ESPNcricinfo

American Marsch out after five months at Leipzig

Published in Soccer
Sunday, 05 December 2021 02:00

American coach Jesse Marsch is out at RB Leipzig after just five months in charge of the Bundesliga club.

The 48-year-old moved as a replacement for Bayern Munich-bound Julian Nagelsmann from FC Salzburg in the summer but has struggled with a difficult start to the campaign.

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Leipzig finished second and third in their previous two Bundesliga seasons under Nagelsmann, while they also reached the Champions League round of 16 and semifinals.

However, at the halfway stage of their first season under Marsch, they have been eliminated from Champions League at the group stage and sit 11th in the Bundesliga table -- 16 points off leaders Bayern.

Leizpig have won five and lost six of their 14 Bundesliga matches so far, while they suffered three defeats in their five Champions League encounters.

Marsch, who spent 14 years as a player in Major League Soccer, had impressed as manager of New York Red Bulls, who he led to Supporters' Shield in 2015 before moving to Salzburg and winning back-to-back league and cup doubles.

Joe Root: 'Ashes will define my captaincy'

Published in Cricket
Sunday, 05 December 2021 01:31

Captain Joe Root says England's squad can win the big moments to secure an Ashes win in Australia and that he'd be foolish not to understand this series will define him.

Set for a third tour and second as captain - his first was his first overseas tour as skipper - Root will walk onto the Gabba on Wednesday as the world's top-ranked Test batsmen in rare form.

His 1455 runs in 12 matches at an average of 66 are already the fourth-most by an English batter in a calendar year, while he's poised to overtake Alastair Cook as the country's most-capped skipper in Sydney's fourth Test.

But he's yet to score a Test hundred in Australia and England, regularly humbled in Australian conditions for the past 30 years, are chasing their first Ashes series win away from home in a decade.

The rise of Pat Cummins to captaincy for Australia adds another element, with the pair's head-to-head battle looming as a key factor.

"Absolutely it is, you look at how hard it has been for English captains and English teams over the years," Root, who led a team that lost 4-0 in Australia's last home Ashes series, said.

"It's been something that doesn't happen very often. Of course it will define my captaincy - I'm not naive enough to think that it won't - but again, what a great opportunity."

In his favour is the return of allrounder Ben Stokes, who showed form with bat and ball in last week's warm-up game in an important first step back after a break from cricket since July.

Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad offer vast knowledge of Australian conditions for their pace battery that could include any of Mark Wood, Chris Woakes and Ollie Robinson.

Stokes' penchant for the big moment was on show at Headingley in 2019 while an exciting list of batters are waiting to follow his lead.

"Yeah, it has to be, absolutely it does," Root said when asked if his side was ready to win the big moments. "You look at some of the players, some of the individuals, some of the performances guys have put in ... the senior guys have done it time and time again.

"The junior guys have shown glimpses of what they can do and their potential. What better stage to really grab a series and make an announcement on the international stage. I'm an Ashes player and I want to live in the history of this great rivalry. "That carrot is there for everyone."

Root is yet to settle on his side, refusing to bite when asked if he would select an all-out pace attack for a Gabba green-top and leave out spinner Jack Leach.

Rangnick wants to help Man United regain 'control' of games

Published in Soccer
Sunday, 05 December 2021 00:22

Ralf Rangnick said one word again and again at Old Trafford on Friday as he was presented as Manchester United's new interim coach: control.

On the pitch, the team have had very little of it this season, and even when they've won it's often been chaotic, either having to come from behind or find a last-minute winner. Usually from Cristiano Ronaldo.

But since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013, there has often appeared to be confusion off the pitch, too. Managers coming and going. Different ideas implemented and then scrapped. Players bought and then sold. If there's been a plan, it's not always been obvious.

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Rangnick, the 63-year-old German, says he is here to bring back control. Initially during games to help United recover from a disastrous start to the campaign. Then, with a two-year consultancy position set to start in the summer, his focus will turn to what happens behind the scenes.

As Gary Neville put it, he has a six-month contract to coach the team and a two-year contract to coach the club. And United are a club in need.

Rangnick's first job is to prepare the team for Crystal Palace's trip to Old Trafford on Sunday. Coming just three days after the 3-2 win over Arsenal on Thursday night, he will be short on time. And on Friday, he was keen to remind supporters they should not expect some kind of gegenpress revolution. There will, though, be changes.

"The players have to go together with me," said Rangnick, who took his first training session on Friday afternoon. "They have to follow not only my instructions but they have to buy into the idea that I can offer them how we should want to play in the future. That is what it's all about.

"It has to happen step by step. It cannot be done within one or two days like this. It will not work like that."

Watching from the directors' box on Thursday, Rangnick was impressed with United's performance in the 20 minutes after half-time against Mikel Arteta's side. He gave the impression he thought the rest was a bit too fraught for his liking -- even if it was a good watch.

"The game was exciting for the fans, but even for myself, as the future coach, those are not the kind of games that we need every day because football, for me, is to minimise the coincidence factor and have control and gain control of a game," Rangnick said.

"This is football, what it's about. The way that they played for 20 minutes [in the second half] in their half, when they close down Arsenal in their box and then you could see the potential that is in the team.

"I think to gain control on games in the future has got to do with playing proactively, no matter if we have the ball ourselves or if the other team is in possession of the ball.

"It's about helping the team to play together, It's not about playing pressing or counter-pressing for pressing sake, it's about control. This is the major target."

Rangnick believes he can do it with the players he has available and a question about the January transfer window was batted away in a polite, eloquent manner. He was comfortable enough to joke about reports he will receive a bonus if he can help United land Erling Haaland and revealed he had telephoned Ole Gunnar Solskjaer before taking the job.

Solskjaer was the fourth permanent manager to take over following Ferguson's departure more than eight years ago and the squad Rangnick inherits bares the mark of all of them. And that, he says, is not a good thing.

"There have been changes in management and therefore it was also difficult for the club to gain continuity in regard to signing new players and sticking to the DNA of the club and I think this is vital in modern football that you do that," he said.

"For me it is not that unusual that there were so many changes and I think the board members and myself have the same opinion that for the future it's important we develop in the future and there will not be that many changes in management."

That is, of course, easier said than done.

If nothing else, Rangnick sat in the news conference theatre underneath the Sir Bobby Charlton Stand early on Friday and laid out a plan for United, beginning with Palace and ending with what he hopes is a return to those glory days under Ferguson.

The clarity of thinking will be a comfort for fans who have watched the chaos unfold in the eight years since the Scot departed. Next for Rangnick is to put it into practice.

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