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National Football League moves Dolphins vs. Bills game to 4:25 pm ET

National Football League moves Dolphins vs. Bills game to 4:25 pm ET

The league announced the decision late on Sunday evening and senior VP of broadcasting Howard Katz provided the following rationale for the decision. Since NBC began airing Sunday Night Football in 2006, it had what amounted to a "Win or Go Home" game in Week 17, the victor going to the playoffs and the loser staying home for the postseason.


Weah's camp says he set to win Liberia presidential election

Weah's camp says he set to win Liberia presidential election

A supporter of George Weah, former soccer player and presidential candidate of Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), listens to the announcement of the presidential election results on the radio, in Monrovia , Liberia December 27, 2017. Johnson Sirleaf, Africa's first elected female leader, is set to step down after serving 12 years. "So I know Boakai can not defeat me", Weah told AFP.


Zidane Sets Unwanted El Clasico Record

Zidane Sets Unwanted El Clasico Record

Real Madrid's manager, Zinedine Zidane, expressed his anger after Real Madrid lost 3-0 to Barcelona at home on Saturday. On seeing his beloved side lose to Barca, a 70-year-old Romanian Real Madrid fan set his house on fire. It is reported that the Portuguese star has even told Messi that Madrid will not give up on the title hopes until it becomes mathematically impossible.


Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger: 'No offers made for Alexis Sanchez'

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger: 'No offers made for Alexis Sanchez'

The Chile forward has often been praised for his work ethic during his three-season stint at Arsenal but Sanchez has failed to live up to his high standards in the 2017-18 campaign so far. The major factor behind their change of heart, having previously stated Sanchez would remain at the club full stop, is that the players and staff at the Emirates are growing concerned about his commitment.


David Moyes baffled by Bournemouth's 'killer' equaliser

David Moyes baffled by Bournemouth's 'killer' equaliser

To get both decisions wrong, I don't see that all. I think you could question the offside, because it looks pretty level. But what you can't do is question that the Bournemouth player [Wilson] put it in with the top of his arm. "I didn't think it would be given because of the length of the conversation". Asked if Francis' challenge merited a red card, Moyes continued: "I don't think he looks at the player".


Tyson Chandler alley-oop gives Suns walk-off W

Tyson Chandler alley-oop gives Suns walk-off W

Devin Booker scored 32 points in his return from a three-week injury absence before fouling out in the final minute, but the Suns needed one final play after Jarell Martin slammed in a rebound with 0.6 seconds remaining to tie it at 97.