- Fri Apr 27 4:45 PM
NFL powerhouses with aging quarterbacks passed on the chance to add a Heisman winner Thursday. As the first round of the wore on, one prospect left sitting in the VIP section at the 2018 NFL Draft drew more and more camera shots. Donning a green blazer and a growing sense of unease, 2016 Heisman...
- Fri Apr 27 3:55 PM
Retired NFL linemen Geoff Schwartz breaks down the best and worst picks from the first round of the NFL Draft. Thursday night I sat in a booth at a radio station watching the draft, jotting down notes about what I liked and disliked from the first round of the draft. Here are my thoughts from rou...
Hammers in the Heart
- Thu Apr 26 1:32 PM
It's hard to believe that the diffident winger who was sent off at Southampton and booed off against Brighton is now the Hammer of the Year. It's been a remarkable turnaround for Marko Arnautovic under David Moyes. We might not like Moyes' cautious approach but Arnie has really responded to being...
- Mon Apr 23 5:54 PM
Us : Big Willy gets the nod in goal. Nice, this is his competition after all. Still no place for Christensen, Emerson continues to deputise for Alonso. Fabregas trades places with Bakayoko and Little Willy and Hazard return at the expense of Pesto (whatever, autospell) and Morata. (Ouch) Them...
|Overall I can't be disappointed with that performance,
Hughes said. We created more efforts on goal.
Jose has been successful in every club he's been at. He's an astute manager, he always has a plan,
Clearly, Leicester are still dealing with the tragic loss of their owner. I'd imagine there's still a lot of emotion around every game they play,
said Southampton manager Mark Hughes. We will have to deal with that in our own way, along with being respectful to them as well.
There's always questions, there's always noise,
Hughes said. There's always an opportunity for people to question your position or your work.