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Why Wenger Was Not Sacked - Arsenal CEO, Gazidis

Why Wenger Was Not Sacked - Arsenal CEO, Gazidis

Wenger's future has been up in the air for much of the season as both he and the club refused to publicly announce their intentions. Vacancies for the club's sporting director/operations are open, as Wenger's new contract announcement remains only a formality.



Warriors do not need to be flawless to beat Cavs say pundits

It's really that simple. The Cavaliers still have LeBron James and Kyrie Irving . If not, Brown, who replaced him midway through the first round, faces the team he led to the 2007 NBA Finals . Guarding Durant wouldn't just pull James away from the action, however. Except those Warriors aren't these Warriors. The Cavaliers are 1-6 SU and 2-5 ATS in their last seven games as an underdog of 7.0 or fewer points.


Golf roundup: Webb Simpson opens two-shot lead at the Colonial

Golf roundup: Webb Simpson opens two-shot lead at the Colonial

After rallying to make the cut, he set his sights on becoming the only player besides Ben Hogan to repeat as champion . Hogan won five times, including the first two in 1946 and 1947, along with consecutive victories again in 1952 and 1953.



Sri Lanka skipper doubtful for Champions Trophy opener

It should be noted that Mathews has not played any worldwide match since January because of a hamstring complaint , and had also missed a tri-series in Zimbabwe late past year because of "multiple injuries" in his legs. They will face South Africa, India and Pakistan in the tournament proper. Still only 29, Mathews is one of the veteran leaders in the Sri Lanka team, and was part of the side that beat England 3-2 in a one-day global series back in 2014.


Penguins halfway to Cup with assist from record-breaking rookie Guentzel

Penguins halfway to Cup with assist from record-breaking rookie Guentzel

Rinne has stopped just 28 of 36 shots in the five periods and change he's played so far in the final. The Penguins lead the best-of-seven series 2-0. But the rapid offensive outburst, a stark contrast to Pittsburgh's slow start that featured no shots from Crosby or Malkin, still pushed Rinne from the game and shifted momentum entirely in Steel City's favor.



Bonino returns for Penguins in 1-1 Game 2

The 23-year-old Swedish forward scored his first Stanley Cup Final goal and, boy, it was a beauty. "It's insane. You can't even put into words what it feels like", said Guentzel, a native of Omaha. Still, it was Nashville striking first on a gorgeous individual effort from rookie Pontus Aberg. Matt Murray has been strong in goal for the Penguins.