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Partick Thistle were kidnapped by the SAS

“The van doors opened, guys with masks rag-dolled us out, head-locked us, flipped on the floor. We were blindfolded with ear muffs on. They were dragging us about rooms bouncing us off walls in total darkness.”

Partick Thistle are second-bottom of the Scottish Championship. Their bleak start to the season spelled the end for boss Alan Archibald but under his successor, Gary Caldwell, the Firhill side have failed to win any of their five matches.

Finest Ronaldo becomes Serie A top scorer as Juventus ease past SPAL

 

Cristiano Ronaldo continued his hot form for Juventus on Saturday as he and Mario Mandzukic scored both goals in the second consecutive game to help the Serie A leaders open up a nine-point lead at the top of the table with a 2-0 win over struggling SPAL.

Uganda Cranes holds Nigeria Super Eagles in an  International build up

Nigeria Super Eagles 0-0 Uganda Cranes

Uganda Cranes and the Nigeria Super Eagles played to a non scoring draw during a highly explosive international friendly match played at the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba, Delta State.

The well attended clash was a perfectly contested physical duel that witnessed either sides create goal scoring opportunities with tight defence lines.

Chelsea 1- 0 Bate Borisov to place them in last 32

Maurizio Sarri says Olivier Giroud is “very important” to Chelsea after the forward’s first goal since May put the Blues into the last 32 of the Europa League.

Arsenal draw 1-1 with Liverpool

Alexandre Lacazette’s late equalizer extended Arsenal’s unbeaten run to 13 games and gave them a hard-earned 1-1 draw in a thrilling encounter with Liverpool at Emirates Stadium.

Manchester United win 2-1 Bournemouth

Jose Mourinho said he was the “luckiest manager in the Premier League” in the first half as Manchester United needed a late Marcus Rashford goal to beat Bournemouth.

Leicester City 1 Cardiff City 0 win on emotional day

Leicester City played with great will and nerve to beat Cardiff City on an emotive day as the Foxes returned to action for the first time since the death of their owner in a helicopter crash.

World Cup expansion to 48 teams could happen at Qatar 2022, says Fifa

The expansion of the World Cup from 32 to 48 teams could be brought forward from 2026 to 2022, says Fifa president Gianni Infantino.

Leicester City owner’s helicopter crashes leaving stadium

The Leicester City owner’s helicopter has crashed in a car park outside the club’s ground as it left the stadium following a Premier League match.

Political Sergeant Bobi Wine wins war to use Mandela Stadium

Political Sergeant Bobi Wine, the  Self proclaimed Ghetto President, gladiator and singer Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu has finally been granted permission to use Mandela National Stadium for his Kyarenga Album Launch.

Cristiano Ronaldo rape allegation: Accuser ‘got courage from #MeToo’

Kathryn Mayorga, the former teacher who has accused footballer Cristiano Ronaldo of raping her in 2009, was inspired to speak out by the #MeToo movement, her lawyer has said.

Cristiano Ronaldo rape allegation: Las Vegas police reopen case

 

Police in Las Vegas have reopened a sexual assault investigation from 2009 at the request of a woman who has alleged she was raped by Cristiano Ronaldo.

Tiger Woods back from woods as wins Tour Championship

Tiger Woods won the season-ending Tour Championship by two shots to claim his first victory in five years.

The American, 42, shot a one-over 71 in Atlanta for his 80th PGA Tour title

Anthony Joshua leaves Tyson Fury RAGING for what he did after Alexander Povetkin win

ANTHONY JOSHUA has certainly rustled Tyson Fury’s feathers following his sensational seventh round knockout of Alexander Povetkin last night.

Liverpool ease past Southampton 3-0, Burnely wins

Liverpool secured their best start to a season by easing past Southampton 3-0 at Anfield for a seventh straight victory in all competitions.

Ex-Liverpool goal keeper Bruce Grobbelaar killed freedom fighters