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Robert Quinn discharged from hospital, expected to rejoin Rams

Robert Quinn discharged from hospital, expected to rejoin Rams

Quinn was diagnosed and treated for a brain tumor in high school - though it's unclear if that condition contributed to the episode on Monday. Fisher said he hasn't had any prior episodes and would not rule out Quinn, or Sims, for Sunday's home game against the Miami Dolphins, winners of four straight.



Adrian's first double-double lifts No. 19 WVU

Best player: The thing that makes West Virginia's defense so unsafe is that there isn't one standout player wreaking havoc on opponents. "I know I'm playing a lot of people and I'm playing a lot of combinations and our deal was we are going to play more people than anybody else and be fresher than everybody else and we gave up nine layups and a tip-in in the second half", noted Huggins.


Coutinho shows changes made by Klopp

Coutinho shows changes made by Klopp

Sturridge was said to have grown frustrated at his lack of opportunities with Liverpool , that despite revealing on Friday, having scored in England's win over Scotland, that he was happy to fight for his place. "My job is to score and my job is to create for the team and coming into the midfield positions is maybe too deep". Eyebrows were raised when Jurgen Klopp made a decision to use Henderson as the deepest-lying midfielder in August, and shaky displays at Arsenal and Burnley did ...


Sanchez grabs brace for Chile

Sanchez grabs brace for Chile

Alexis Sanchez is more than happy to be the centre of attacking attention for Arsenal. Pizzi's gamble payed off, after falling behind to an opener from Edinson Cavani, Chile's Eduardo Vargas leveled the game before Sanchez secured his side the three points with two goals.



Southgate and Strachan coy about job prospects

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill admits he and John Stones need to cut out the errors with England. While the announcement is expected by the end of the month, the FA say they want time after the Spain game to reassess candidates they spoke to in the summer before the ill-fated appointment of Sam Allardyce.


LA Galaxy confirm Steven Gerrard exit

LA Galaxy confirm Steven Gerrard exit

Current Anfield boss Jurgen Klopp said Gerrard would "always be welcome" at the club. "At press conferences he might call other players by their first name but I was always "Gerrard". "I've got a lot of things to consider over the coming weeks and months and I'm sure I'll be back involved in the game somewhere down the line". The midfielder played 34 times for Galaxy over two seasons and insists he will be back in football in some capacity.