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UConn fires head coach Bob Diaco after 3-9 season

UConn fires head coach Bob Diaco after 3-9 season

The timing of the firing is odd given that the carousel for non-bowl-bound teams seemed to have stopped spinning two weeks ago. Heid Voight of NBC Connecticut reported that Diaco's buyout decreases significantly after January 1. The bowl season was a four-game improvement over Diaco's first season, giving UConn fans a hopeful sign for future seasons and prompting the university to give Diaco an extension.


Jorge Mendes provides transfer update on his unhappy client James Rodriguez

Jorge Mendes provides transfer update on his unhappy client James Rodriguez

It seems nearly certain that Zinedine Zidane has chose to drop Colombian star James Rodriguez, who doesn't seem to fit in with the Frenchman's plans for Real Madrid. I can not assure you what will happen, as I want to play more". "It's the 15th title of my career". El diez , who joined the merengues in 2014 after a breathtaking World Cup, is now inevitably on the wish list of Europe's top clubs.


Bradley will 'fight like crazy' for Swansea

Bradley will 'fight like crazy' for Swansea

Swansea slowly grew back into the game, forcing Randolph into two smart saves from a Jack Cork long-shot and a Wayne Routledge header. "I continue to be fully committed to that". "Today was probably the best we played all season", Reid said in the Premier League player post match interview. "It is very different to a few weeks ago, when we were talking about that schedule of Spurs, Man United, Arsenal and Liverpool", he told reporters.


Smith doesn't mind facing an angry Kohli

Smith doesn't mind facing an angry Kohli

India has not lost a series at home since 2012-13, when they were beaten by Alastair Cook's England. "We look now and see how well they're bowling, and (considering) how much cricket they've had to play over the summer, it was probably the right decision to have rested them and made sure they were fit for the summer".


'We will make your children pay' Migrant threatens terror attack in Italy

'We will make your children pay' Migrant threatens terror attack in Italy

Tunisia's Interior Ministry says police have arrested Anis Amri's nephew and two others suspected of belonging to the same extremist network. Amri's fingerprints were found in the cabin of the truck used in Monday's attack and German authorities are now investigating whether the gun Amri used on Friday was the same one used to shoot dead the Polish driver of the truck.