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கால்பந்து கூட்டிணைவுக் கோப்பை

கால்பந்து கூட்டிணைவுக் கோப்பை


Jump to navigationJump to searchFootball League CupCurrent Carling Cup logoதோற்றம்1960மண்டலம் இங்கிலாந்து  வேல்சுஅணிகளின் எண்ணிக்கை92தற்போதைய வாகையாளர்Liverpool(8th title) 2011–12 Football League Cupகால்பந்து கூட்டிணைவுக் கோப்பை (Football League Cup), அல்லது பொதுவாக அறியப்படும் கூட்டிணைவுக் கோப்பை (League Cup), ஆனது இங்கிலாந்தின் கால்பந்து கூட்டமைப்புப் போட்டியாகும். எஃப் ஏ கோப்பையைப்போன்றே இதுவும் தோற்றால் வெளியே (ஒற்றை வெளியேற்றம்) முறையில் நடத்தப்படுகிறது. ஆனால் எஃப் ஏ கோப்பையைப்போலன்றி, 2008-09 பருவத்தில் 762 அணிகள் பங்குபெற்றன, இதில் 92 அணிகள் மட்டுமே பங்கேற்கும் - 20 முதன்மை கூட்டிணைவுஅணிகளும், இப்போட்டியை நடத்தும் கால்பந்து கூட்டிணைவிலிருந்து 72 அணிகளும் பங்கேற்கும்.மேலும் எஃப் ஏ கோப்பையைப்போலன்றி, இதன் அரையிறுதிப் போட்டிகள் இரண்டு கட்டங்களில் நடைபெறுகிறது. அதில் வெற்றிபெறுவோர், கூட்டிணைவு அட்டவணைப்படி யூஈஎஃப்ஏ வாகையர் கூட்டிணைவுக்குதகுதிபெறவில்லையெனில், யூஈஎஃப்ஏ யூரோப்பா கூட்டிணைவுக்குத்தகுதிபெறுவர். அங்ஙனம் அரையிறுதியில் வெற்றிபெற்றவர் யூஈஎஃப்ஏ வாகையர் கூட்டிணைவுக்குதகுதிபெற்றிருந்தால், ஐரோப்பியப் போட்டிகளுக்குத் தகுதிபெறாமல் கூட்டிணைவுப் பட்டியலில் உயர் நிலையில் இருப்பவர், ஐரோப்பிய போட்டிக்குத் தகுதிபெற்றவராகிவிடுவர். கால்பந்து கூட்டிணைவுக் கோப்பையின் நடப்பு வாகையர் லிவர்பூல்கால்பந்து கழகத்தினராவர்.


The Carling Black Label Cup Between Chiefs & Pirates Has Been Called

There will be one less Soweto Derby in the coming season, with the first meeting between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates being postponed until next year.South Africa's two biggest clubs usually meet in the Carling Black Label Cup prior to the start of the season, although it has been confirmed that that will not be the case this year due to the FIFA World Cup that gets underway in June, although it is expected back in 2019. AB InBev, the brewing company that owns Black Label, also has Budweiser on their portfolio and say they will be focusing on that sponsorship as an official World Cup partner. Read: Pirates Give New Twist To Ndoro Tale A statement sent out this morning said, "The Carling Black Label Champion Cup will be postponed in 2018, to allow our new stable-mate in the AB InBev portfolio, Budweiser the King of Beers, to activate their global sponsorship of the FIFA World Cup, over the June and July period. "AB InBev intends to leverage the company’s global sponsorship of the FIFA 2018 World Cup to bring fans a unique and engaging experience of the global showpiece. Activities are planned in South Africa throughout the duration of the tournament, over June and July, the period which traditionally hosts the Carling Black Label Champion Cup." Meanwhile, Grant Pereira, Carling Black Label's Director, added: “We fully understand our consumers’ anticipation of the Carling Black Label Champion Cup as it has become South Africa’s most sought-after pre-season showpiece. However, as Budweiser is now part of our AB InBev family, it is the company’s intent to celebrate and support the activations around the FIFA World Cup and allow fans the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the tournament. “Our commitment to local football, and the fans of local football, is stronger than ever before: In August 2018 we will launch our new partnership with the Premier Soccer League, which aims to bring our consumers an unprecedented fan experience throughout the season, across all 16 teams, and in 2019 we expect to bring back the Carling Black Label Champion Cup in a refreshed format”. It now remains to be seen what Chiefs and Pirates will organise as their flagship game for the upcoming pre-season preparations before the 2018/19 campaign gets underway.  <a href="https://iono.fm/c/2885" _cke_saved_href="https://iono.fm/c/2885">Content hosted by iono.fm</a>


Will Carling

Jump to navigationJump to searchFor those of a similar name, see William Carlin (disambiguation). Will Carling OBEBirth nameWilliam David Charles CarlingDate of birth (1965-12-12) 12 December 1965 (age 53)Place of birthBradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, EnglandHeight1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)Weight90 kg (198 lb; 14 st 2 lb)SchoolSedbergh SchoolUniversityHatfield College, DurhamRugby union careerPosition(s)CentreSenior careerYearsTeamApps(Points)1987-2000Harlequins()National team(s)YearsTeamApps(Points)1988-1997 1993England British and Irish Lions72(54)William David Charles Carling, OBE(born 12 December 1965) is an English former rugby unionplayer. He played for Rosslyn Park, Harlequinsand England, winning 72 capsfrom 1988 to 1996, and captaining England 59 times. Contents1 Early life2 Rugby career3 Life after rugby4 Personal life5 Matches as captain5.1 Honours as captain6 References7 External linksEarly life[edit]The son of Lt Col Bill Carling and his first wife,[1]Will Carling attended Terra Nova Schoolin Cheshire and then Winder House, Sedbergh School, on an army scholarship. He later graduated with a degree in Psychology from Hatfield College, University of Durham.[2]After university, Carling joined the British army and was commissioned into the Royal Regiment of Wales. He never rose above the rank of Second Lieutenantand his commission was terminated in 1988.[clarification needed] Rugby career[edit]In 1987 he resigned his army commission in order to concentrate on rugby as a career. He played for Rosslyn Parkand then joined Harlequins, where he specialised as a centre. In 1988, he became England captain at the age of 22. He was the most successful holder of the post until Martin Johnson'speriod. His first match as captain was a shock win over Australiaby 28-19. During his time he led England to back-to-back Five NationsGrand Slamvictories (1991, 1992) and another Grand Slam in 1995, scoring six tries from outside centre in the Championship, and several more in other matches. While regarded as a less complete player than his centre partner, Jeremy Guscott, Carling and his team went on to the final of the 1991 Rugby World Cup. After Carling's retirement as captain, no England team managed a Five (or Six) Nations Grand Slam until 2003. Carling's England team was often criticised as boring because they supposedly did not score many tries (although, in fact, in 1990 they broke the team record for tries in the Five Nations Championship, with 12 despite not actually winning the championship, and then broke their own record with 15 tries in the 1992 Grand Slam) and often relied upon their forwards rather than take risks by giving the ball to the backs. Perhaps it was sensitivity about this - a reputation largely gained during the "functional but boring" Grand Slam of 1991 - that caused a famous reversal of tactics in the 1991 Rugby World Cup Final, when England suddenly played an expansive game that possibly contributed to their defeat by Australia. Carling offered the explanation that it was due to a previous defeat by Australia where England had been beaten up front. Despite this, under Carling England started to challenge and beat the established rugby union powers such as New Zealandand Australia, and their success helped to make rugby union a more popular sport in England. English victories over New Zealand and South Africa in 1993 were perhaps the peak of England's performance under Carling, although for the rest of the year and the next one, England reverted to stereotype, and underachieved somewhat. Carling's career included the 1993 British Lionstour to New Zealand. He underachieved on that tour, a pattern attributed by coach Ian McGeechanand manager Geoff Cookeas at least partly due to his failing to secure the captaincy (this instead going to Gavin Hastingsof Scotland) but also due in large part to the ascendency in the centre of both Guscott and Scott Gibbsof Wales. McGeechan and Cooke disclosed that Carling came close to voluntarily withdrawing from the squad; he did however recover his test place and played a notable role in the Third test. Nonetheless, McGeechan commented in his autobiography that Carling's failure to rise to the occasion as a Lion (in contrast to Guscott) may be seen by some as the difference between his legacy as a good player and a great player. Also in 1993 he became the second England captain after John Pullinto lead the team to victories over Australia, South Africaand New Zealand, after beating the All Blacks 15–9. In the run-up to the 1995 World Cup, after England returned to form with their third Grand Slam in five years, Carling famously described the Rugby Football Uniongeneral committee as "57 old farts" which led to his sacking as captain. The incident had been provoked by administrator Dudley Wood's comments about England players' alleged desire to cheat by breaking the amateur ethic. He was however quickly reinstated due to public pressure and following a public apology was able to go to the 1995 Rugby World Cup. There England, after a slow start against the minnows, quickly found form, won all their group games and gained their revenge over Australia by knocking them out in the quarter final 25-22, thanks to a last-minute drop-goal from Rob Andrew. They were however well beaten by New Zealand in the semi-final, largely thanks to four tries from Jonah Lomu. Although Carling himself scored two tries towards the end of that game, and set up two more for Rory Underwood, England lost 45-29. The subsequent loss in the third place play-off, against France, was England's first loss to the French in seven years, but was largely treated as an irrelevance. Following his resignation from the England captaincy he continued to be selected as an outside centre, usually with Guscott or Phil de Glanville. The latter succeeded him as captain. Life after rugby[edit]After his rugby career ended he became a TV punditon rugby union. He has also worked as a motivational speaker[3]and in 2001 founded Will Carling Management Ltd, a corporate hospitality company[4][5]which is also involved in the rugby social networking website "Rucku".[6] George Gregan, an Australian player, equalled Carling's then world record 59 matches as captain in the 2007 Rugby World Cupagainst Fijiand in the 2009 Tri Nations SeriesSpringbokJohn Smitequalled and then beat his record in tests between New Zealand in Bloemfonteinand Durbanrespectively. Also Brian O'DriscollIreland/Lions 2009 and 2010 and Richie McCawhave broken his record in 2011. Personal life[edit]Carling is married to his second wife Lisa, the ex-wife of David Cooke. The couple have two children. Carling has an older son with former partner Ali Cockayne. Carling was formerly married to the television presenter Julia Carling. Prior to their divorce, he was romantically linked by some members of the press with Diana, Princess of Wales, the then-wife of Prince Charles.[7][8][9]Carling has denied any such relationship.[10] Carling, whose mother was diagnosed with breast cancerwhen he was an infant and later died from the disease, is a patron of the charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer.[1]In August 2014, Carling was one of 200 public figures who were signatories to a letter to The Guardianopposing Scottish independencein the run-up to September's referendum on that issue.[11] Matches as captain[edit]


Cardiff 2-2 Liverpool (Liverpool win 3

Cardiff 2-2 Liverpool (Liverpool win 3


More from Football All Scores & FixturesAll TeamsLeagues & CupsFootball HomeCardiff 2-2 Liverpool (Liverpool win 3-2 on penalties) By Chris Bevan BBC Sport at Wembley 26 Feb 2012 From the section FootballShare this page Share this with DiggFacebookGoogleLinkedInRedditStumbleUponTwitterCopy this link http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/17093419Read more about sharing.Kenny Dalglish won the first silverware of his second spell as Liverpool manager after his side came through a compelling Carling Cup final to beat Cardiff City on penalties. Anthony Gerrard missed the final kick of a dramatic penalty shoot-out to hand victory to the Merseysiders - their first trophy since the 2006 FA Cup- but it was a cruel way for the Welsh side to be beaten. Steven Gerrard (Liverpool) -missed 0-0Kenny Miller (Cardiff) - missed 0-0Charlie Adam (Liverpool) - missed 0-0Don Cowie (Cardiff) - scored 0-1Dirk Kuyt (Liverpool) - scored 1-1Rudy Gestede (Cardiff) - missed 1-1Stuart Downing (Liverpool) - scored 2-1Peter Whittingham (Cardiff) - scored 2-2Glen Johnson (Liverpool) - scored 3-2Anthony Gerrard (Cardiff) - missed 3-2The Championship outfit took a surprise first-half lead through Joe Mason and defended valiantly, even after Martin Skrtel had levelled on the hour mark. Dirk Kuyt thought he had won it for Liverpool with an instinctive extra-time finish, but Ben Turner bundled home at the death to force penalties. Even then, Liverpool seemed determined to do things the hard way, with Steven Gerrard - Anthony's cousin - having his effort brilliantly saved by Tom Heaton, before Charlie Adam blasted over. After Kenny Miller hit the post, Don Cowie sent Pepe Reina the wrong way to give the Bluebirds the advantage after two spot-kicks apiece. But, while Kuyt, Stewart Downing and Glen Johnson all found the net, Cardiff missed two of their next three penalties, with Rudy Gestede also hitting the woodwork before Anthony Gerrard's miss proved decisive in handing Liverpool their eighth League Cup. It means that, 13 months after he returned to the Anfield hotseat,Dalglish becomes only the seventh manager to win all three major competitions in England. Media playback is not supported on this device Liverpool celebrate penalty shoot-out victoryThis triumph was one of the closest of his managerial career - and almost ruined their first visit to Wembley for 16 years. Liverpool certainly started confidently enough, when Johnson hit the woodwork from their first attack. After Steven Gerrard surged out of his own half, Johnson bent in a shot which beat Heaton but came back off the underside of the bar, with Gerrard firing the follow-up over. Cardiff were being pegged back and, with Downing and Jordan Henderson seeing plenty of the ball, Liverpool aimed a succession of crosses towards Andy Carroll. But, as has so often been the case this season, there was no end product to their attacks, and Cardiff began to find a foothold in the game. The Bluebirds had already threatened through Miller, who ended a neat passing move by swivelling to blast over from the edge of the box, when Mason put them ahead in the 18th minute. A poor defensive header by Skrtel was picked up by Kevin McNaughton and, from his pass, Miller set Mason free to power his low shot under the onrushing Reina. Liverpool's League Cup wins1981 - Beat West Ham 2-11982 - Beat Tottenham 3-11983 - Beat Manchester United 2-11984 - Beat Everton 1-01995 - Beat Bolton 2-12001 - Beat Birmingham 5-4 on penalties2003 - Beat Manchester United 2-02012 - Beat Cardiff 3-2 on penaltiesEven finding themselves trailing unexpectedly did nothing to improve Liverpool's productivity in the final third, however, and Cardiff's defence - expertly marshalled by Mark Hudson - largely kept them at bay. Frustration was visibly growing among the Liverpool fans, and the biggest surprise when Craig Bellamy came off the bench just before the hour mark was that it had taken Dalglish so long to bring him on. An equaliser followed almost immediately, although the Welshman had nothing to do with it. From Downing's corner, Luis Suarez glanced Carroll's header on to the post and Skrtel was first to the rebound, taking a touch before driving the ball between Heaton's legs. Liverpool continued to drive forward but Cardiff were not about to crumble and had the better chances at the end of the 90 minutes. Cardiff's exertions began to catch up with them in extra time, with Hudson being forced off by cramp and Liverpool enjoying a flurry of chances. Heaton tipped Suarez's shot wide and Andrew Taylor had to clear the Uruguayan's header off the line from the resulting corner, while Carroll, Bellamy and Johnson were all narrowly off target with their efforts. In the 108th minute, Cardiff finally cracked. Kuyt's shot was blocked by Anthony Gerrard, Hudson's replacement, but the ball came back to the Dutchman, who powered the ball past Heaton to put his side ahead. But that was not the end of a thrilling tale. Kuyt was on hand to clear off the line as Cardiff pushed forward with one last effort and, from the resulting corner, he could not stop Turner bundling the ball home to take the game to penalties. Live text commentary Share this page Share this with DiggFacebookGoogleLinkedInRedditStumbleUponTwitterCopy this link http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/17093419Read more about sharing.Find out more Carling CupRead more on Carling CupFootball League: Carling CupRead more on Football League: Carling CupLiverpoolRead more on LiverpoolCardiff CityRead more on Cardiff CityTop Stories Brilliant Ajax end season with Dutch double15 May From the section European FootballRead more on Brilliant Ajax end season with Dutch double The disputed 'smuggler's haven' ruled by Moldova's 'football Kings'15 May Read more on The disputed 'smuggler's haven' ruled by Moldova's 'football Kings' Alonso unhurt after Indy practice crash15 May From the section MotorsportRead more on Alonso unhurt after Indy practice crashRelated to this story Dalglish hopes for more success26 Feb 2012 Read more on Kenny Dalglish believes Carling Cup win can inspire LiverpoolReds desperate for trophy - Kuyt26 Feb 2012 Read more on Liverpool 'desperate' for Carling Cup win - Dirk KuytMackay a proud man despite defeat26 Feb 2012 Read more on Malky Mackay proud of Cardiff despite Carling Cup final lossSunday football26 Feb 2012 From the section FootballRead more on Sunday footballSunday's football photos26 Feb 2012 From the section FootballRead more on Sunday's football photosReds keen to end trophy drought22 Feb 2012 Read more on Carling Cup: Kenny Dalglish keen to end Liverpool trophy droughtBack to topEFL Cup Scores & FixturesTop ScorersEFL Cup HomeMore from Football All Scores & FixturesAll TeamsLeagues & CupsFootball HomeNews FeedsHelp & FAQsExplore the BBCHomeNewsSportWeatheriPlayerSoundsCBBCCBeebiesFoodBitesizeArtsTasterLocalTVRadioThreeTerms of UseAbout the BBCPrivacy PolicyCookiesAccessibility HelpParental GuidanceContact the BBC


Premier League fixtures for 2018/19 announced

Premier League fixtures for 2018/19 announced


HistoryRefereesClose AdvertFixturesPremier League fixtures for 2018/19 announced 14 Jun 2018 Now Playing See all 380 matches to be played in the new PL season starting from 10 August Related Articles Summer fixtures How PL clubs fared in summer 2018 friendliesFixtures PL Live TV Fixture Announcement DatesNews Download the digital calendar of the 2018/19 Premier League fixtures External LinkThe Premier League fixtures for the 2018/19 season have been announced.  Kick-offs are 15:00 for Saturdays and Bank Holidays unless stated otherwise. Fixtures are subject to change. Go to the fixtures pagefor club-by-club fixtures. Download: 2018/19 Premier League digital calendar (N.B. Updated 20 April) Friday, 10 August20:00 Man Utd v Leicester (Sky Sports) Saturday, 11 August12:30 Newcastle v Spurs (Sky Sports) AFC Bournemouth v Cardiff City Fulham v Crystal Palace Huddersfield Town v Chelsea Watford v Brighton 17:30 Wolves v Everton (BT Sport) Sunday, 12 August13:30 Liverpool v West Ham (Sky Sports) 13:30 Southampton v Burnley 16:00 Arsenal v Man City (Sky Sports) Saturday, 18 August12:30 Cardiff v Newcastle (Sky Sports) Burnley v Watford Everton v Southampton Leicester City v Wolves Spurs v Fulham West Ham v AFC Bournemouth 17:30 Chelsea v Arsenal (BT Sport) Sunday, 19 August13:30 Man City v Huddersfield (Sky Sports) 16:00 Brighton v Man Utd (Sky Sports) Monday, 20 August20:00 Crystal Palace v Liverpool (Sky Sports) Saturday, 25 August12:30 Wolves v Man City (Sky Sports) Arsenal v West Ham AFC Bournemouth v Everton Fulham v Burnley Huddersfield Town v Cardiff City Southampton v Leicester City 17:30 Liverpool v Brighton (BT Sport) Sunday, 26 August13:30 Watford v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports) 16:00 Newcastle v Chelsea (Sky Sports) Monday, 27 August20:00 Man Utd v Spurs (Sky Sports) Saturday, 1 September12:30 Leicester v Liverpool (Sky Sports) Brighton v Fulham Burnley v Man Utd Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth Crystal Palace v Southampton Everton v Huddersfield Town West Ham v Wolves 17:30 Man City v Newcastle (BT Sport) Sunday, 2 September13:30 Cardiff v Arsenal (Sky Sports) 16:00 Watford v Spurs (Sky Sports) Saturday, 15 September12:30 Spurs v Liverpool (Sky Sports) AFC Bournemouth v Leicester City Chelsea v Cardiff City Huddersfield Town v Crystal Palace Man City v Fulham Newcastle United v Arsenal 17:30 Watford v Man Utd (BT Sport) Sunday, 16 September13:30 Wolves v Burnley (Sky Sports) 16:00 Everton v West Ham (Sky Sports) Monday, 17 September20:00 Southampton v Brighton (Sky Sports) Saturday, 22 September12:30 Fulham v Watford (Sky Sports) Burnley v AFC Bournemouth Cardiff City v Man City Crystal Palace v Newcastle United Leicester City v Huddersfield Town Liverpool v Southampton Man Utd v Wolves 17:30 Brighton v Spurs (BT Sport) Sunday, 23 September13:30 West Ham v Chelsea (Sky Sports) 16:00 Arsenal v Everton (Sky Sports) Saturday, 29 September12:30 West Ham v Man Utd (BT Sport) Arsenal v Watford Everton v Fulham Huddersfield Town v Spurs Man City v Brighton Newcastle v Leicester  Wolves v Southampton 17:30 Chelsea v Liverpool (BT Sport) Sunday, 30 September16:00 Cardiff v Burnley (Sky Sports) Monday, 1 October20:00 AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports) Friday, 5 October20:00 Brighton v West Ham (Sky Sports) Saturday, 6 OctoberBurnley v Huddersfield Town Crystal Palace v Wolves Leicester City v Everton Spurs v Cardiff City Watford v AFC Bournemouth 17:30 Man Utd v Newcastle United (BT Sport) Sunday, October 712:00 Fulham v Arsenal (BT Sport) 14:15 Southampton v Chelsea (Sky Sports) 16:30 Liverpool v Man City (Sky Sports) Saturday, 20 October12:30 Chelsea v Man Utd (Sky Sports) Arsenal v Leicester City AFC Bournemouth v Southampton Cardiff City v Fulham Man City v Burnley Newcastle United v Brighton West Ham v Spurs Wolves v Watford 17:30 Huddersfield Town v Liverpool (BT Sport) Sunday, 21 October16:00 Everton v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports) Saturday, 27 OctoberBrighton v Wolves Burnley v Chelsea Fulham v AFC Bournemouth Liverpool v Cardiff City Southampton v Newcastle United Watford v Huddersfield Town 17:30 Leicester City v West Ham (BT Sport) Sunday, 28 October13:30 Crystal Palace v Arsenal (Sky Sports) 13:30 Burnley v Chelsea 16:00 Man Utd v Everton (Sky Sports) Monday, 29 October20:00 Spurs v Man City (Sky Sports) Saturday, 3 November12:30 AFC Bournemouth v Man Utd (BT Sport) Cardiff City v Leicester City Everton v Brighton Newcastle United v Watford West Ham v Burnley 17:30 Arsenal v Liverpool (BT Sport) 19:45 Wolves v Spurs (Sky Sports) Sunday, 4 November15:00 Man City v Southampton 16:00 Chelsea v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports) Monday, 5 November20:00 Huddersfield Town v Fulham (Sky Sports) Saturday, 10 November12:30 Cardiff City v Brighton (Sky Sports) Arsenal v Wolves Huddersfield Town v West Ham Leicester City v Burnley Newcastle United v AFC Bournemouth Southampton v Watford 17:30 Crystal Palace v Spurs (BT Sport) Sunday, 11 November12:00 Liverpool v Fulham (BT Sport) 14:15 Chelsea v Everton (Sky Sports) 16:30 Arsenal v Wolves 16:30 Man City v Man Utd (Sky Sports) Saturday, 24 NovemberBrighton v Leicester City Everton v Cardiff City Fulham v Southampton Man Utd v Crystal Palace Watford v Liverpool West Ham v Man City 17:30 Spurs v Chelsea (BT Sport) Sunday, 25 November13:30 AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal (Sky Sports) 16:00 Wolves v Huddersfield Town (Sky Sports) Monday, 26 November20:00 Burnley v Newcastle United (Sky Sports) Friday, 30 November 201820:00 Cardiff City v Wolves (Sky Sports) Saturday, 1 December 2018Crystal Palace v Burnley Huddersfield Town v Brighton Leicester City v Watford Man City v AFC Bournemouth Newcastle United v West Ham 17:30 Southampton v Man Utd (BT Sport) Sunday, 2 December 201812:00 Chelsea v Fulham (Sky Sports) 14:05 Arsenal v Spurs (Sky Sports) 16:15 Liverpool v Everton (Sky Sports) Tuesday, 4 December 201819:45 AFC Bournemouth v Huddersfield Town 19:45 Brighton v Crystal Palace 19:45 West Ham v Cardiff City 20:00 Watford v Man City (BT Sport)  Wednesday, 5 December 201819:45 Burnley v Liverpool 19:45 Everton v Newcastle United 19:45 Fulham v Leicester City 19:45 Wolves v Chelsea 20:00 Man Utd v Arsenal (BT Sport) 20:00 Spurs v Southampton Saturday, 8 December 201812:30 AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool (Sky Sports) Arsenal v Huddersfield Town Burnley v Brighton Cardiff City v Southampton Man Utd v Fulham West Ham v Crystal Palace 17:30 Chelsea v Man City (BT Sport) 19:45 Leicester City v Spurs (BT Sport) Sunday, 9 December 201816:00 Newcastle United v Wolves (Sky Sports) Monday, 10 December 201820:00 Everton v Watford (Sky Sports)  Saturday, 15 December 201812:30 Man City v Everton (Sky Sports) Crystal Palace v Leicester City Huddersfield Town v Newcastle United Spurs v Burnley Watford v Cardiff City Wolves v AFC Bournemouth 17:30 Fulham v West Ham (BT Sport) Sunday, 16 December 201813:30 Brighton v Chelsea 13:30 Southampton v Arsenal (Sky Sports) 16:00 Liverpool v Man Utd (Sky Sports) Friday, 21 December 201820:00 Wolves v Liverpool (Sky Sports) Saturday, 22 December 201812:30 Arsenal v Burnley (Sky Sports) AFC Bournemouth v Brighton Chelsea v Leicester City Huddersfield Town v Southampton Man City v Crystal Palace Newcastle United v Fulham West Ham v Watford 17:30 Cardiff City v Man Utd (BT Sport) Sunday, 23 December 201816:00 Everton v Spurs (Sky Sports) Wednesday, 26 December 201812:30 Fulham v Wolves (Sky Sports) Burnley v Everton Crystal Palace v Cardiff City Leicester City v Man City Liverpool v Newcastle United Man Utd v Huddersfield Town Spurs v AFC Bournemouth 17:15 Brighton v Arsenal (Sky Sports) 19:30 Watford v Chelsea (Sky Sports) Thursday, 27 December 201819:45 Southampton v West Ham (Sky Sports)  Saturday, 29 December 2018Brighton v Everton Fulham v Huddersfield Town Leicester City v Cardiff City Spurs v Wolves Watford v Newcastle United 17:30 Liverpool v Arsenal (BT Sport) Sunday, 30 December12:00 Crystal Palace v Chelsea (Sky Sports) 14:15 Burnley v West Ham 14:15 Southampton v Man City (Sky Sports) 16:30 Man Utd v AFC Bournemouth (Sky Sports) Tuesday, 1 January 201912:30 Everton v Leicester City (Sky Sports) Arsenal v Fulham 17:30 Cardiff City v Spurs (Sky Sports) Wednesday, 2 January 201919:45 AFC Bournemouth v Watford* 19:45 Chelsea v Southampton* 19:45 Huddersfield Town v Burnley* 19:45 West Ham United v Brighton* 19:45 Wolves v Crystal Palace* *Due to clubs' fixtures moving to 30 Dec 20:00 Newcastle United v Man Utd (Sky Sports) Thursday, 3 January 201920:00 Man City v Liverpool (Sky Sports) Saturday, 12 January 201912:30 West Ham v Arsenal (Sky Sports) Brighton v Liverpool Burnley v Fulham Cardiff City v Huddersfield Town Crystal Palace v Watford Leicester City v Southampton 17:30 Chelsea v Newcastle United (BT Sport) Sunday, 13 January 201914:15 Everton v AFC Bournemouth (Sky Sports) 16:30 Spurs v Man Utd (Sky Sports) Monday, 14 January 201920:00 Man City v Wolves (Sky Sports) Saturday, 19 January 201912:30 Wolves v Leicester City (Sky Sports) AFC Bournemouth v West Ham Liverpool v Crystal Palace Man Utd v Brighton Newcastle United v Cardiff City Southampton v Everton Watford v Burnley 17:30 Arsenal v Chelsea (BT Sport) Sunday, 20 January 201913:30 Huddersfield Town v Man City (Sky Sports) 16:00 Fulham v Spurs (Sky Sports) Tuesday, 29 January 201919:45 Arsenal v Cardiff City 19:45 Fulham v Brighton 19:45 Huddersfield Town v Everton 19:45 Wolves v West Ham 20:00 Man Utd v Burnley 20:00 Newcastle United v Man City (BT Sport) Wednesday, 30 January 201919:45 AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea 19:45 Southampton v Crystal Palace 20:00 Liverpool v Leicester City (BT Sport) 20:00 Spurs v Watford Saturday, 2 February 201912:30 Spurs v Newcastle United (Sky Sports) Brighton v Watford Burnley v Southampton Chelsea v Huddersfield Town Crystal Palace v Fulham Everton v Wolves 17:30 Cardiff City v AFC Bournemouth (BT Sport) Sunday 3 February 201914:05 Leicester City v Man Utd (Sky Sports) 16:30 Man City v Arsenal (Sky Sports) Monday 4 February 201920:00 West Ham v Liverpool (Sky Sports) Wednesday 6 February 201919:45 Everton v Man City Saturday, 9 February 201912:30 Fulham v Man Utd (Sky Sports) Crystal Palace v West Ham Huddersfield Town v Arsenal Liverpool v AFC Bournemouth Southampton v Cardiff City Watford v Everton 17:30 Brighton v Burnley (BT Sport) Sunday 10 February 201913:30 Spurs v Leicester City (Sky Sports) 16:00 Man City v Chelsea (Sky Sports) Monday 11 February 201920:00 Wolves v Newcastle United (Sky Sports) Friday 22 February 201919:45 Cardiff City v Watford *Due to Wales v England Six Nations rugby on 23 February. 19:45 West Ham v Fulham (Sky Sports) Saturday, 23 February 201912:30 Burnley v Spurs (Sky Sports) Arsenal v Southampton AFC Bournemouth v Wolves Man Utd v Liverpool Newcastle United v Huddersfield Town 17:30 Leicester City v Crystal Palace (BT Sport) Date TBC Chelsea v Brighton* Date TBC Everton v Man City* *Postponed due to participation in the EFL Cup final Sunday 24 February 201912:00 Chelsea v Brighton (Sky Sports) 14:05 Arsenal v Southampton 14:05 Man Utd v Liverpool (Sky Sports)  Tuesday, 26 February 201919:45 Cardiff City v Everton 19:45 Huddersfield Town v Wolves 19:45 Leicester City v Brighton 20:00 Newcastle United v Burnley (BT Sport) *Replacement live selection due to Man City v West Ham moving to 27 February Wednesday, 27 February 201919:45 Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth 19:45 Chelsea v Spurs (BT Sport) 19:45 Southampton v Fulham 20:00 Crystal Palace v Man Utd 20:00 Liverpool v Watford 20:00 Man City v West Ham* *Due to Man City’s participation in the EFL Cup final. No longer on BT Sport Saturday, 2 March 201912:00 Spurs v Arsenal (BT Sport) AFC Bournemouth v Man City Brighton v Huddersfield Town Burnley v Crystal Palace Man Utd v Southampton Wolves v Cardiff City 17:30 West Ham v Newcastle (Sky Sports) Sunday, 3 March 201912:00 Watford v Leicester (Sky Sports) 14:05 Fulham v Chelsea (Sky Sports) 16:15 Everton v Liverpool (Sky Sports) Saturday, 9 March 201912:30 Crystal Palace v Brighton (Sky Sports) Cardiff City v West Ham Huddersfield Town v AFC Bournemouth Leicester City v Fulham Newcastle United v Everton Southampton v Spurs 17:30 Man City v Watford (BT Sport) Sunday, 10 March 201912:00 Liverpool v Burnley (BT Sport) 14:05 Chelsea v Wolves (Sky Sports) 16:30 Arsenal v Man Utd (Sky Sports) Saturday, 16 March 2019AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle United Burnley v Leicester City West Ham v Huddersfield Town Sunday 17 March 201912:00 Spurs v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)* 14:15 Fulham v Liverpool (Sky Sports)* 16:30 Everton v Chelsea (Sky Sports)* *Subject to FA Cup quarter-final participation Saturday, 30 March 201912:30 Fulham v Man City (Sky Sports) Brighton v Southampton Burnley v Wolves Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Town Leicester City v AFC Bournemouth Man Utd v Watford 17:30 West Ham v Everton (BT Sport) Sunday 31 March 201914:05 Cardiff v Chelsea (Sky Sports) 16:30 Liverpool v Spurs (Sky Sports) Monday 1 April 201920:00 Arsenal v Newcastle (Sky Sports) Tuesday 2 April19:45 Watford v Fulham* *Because of clash with FA Cup semi-final 19:45 Wolves v Man Utd (Sky Sports)* *Because of clash with FA Cup semi-final Wednesday 3 April19:45 Chelsea v Brighton* *Because of clash with EFL Cup final 19:45 Man City v Cardiff (Sky Sports)* *Because of clash with FA Cup semi-final 19:45 Spurs v Crystal Palace* *Moved due to FA Cup quarter-final participation Friday 5 April 201920:00 Southampton v Liverpool (Sky Sports) Saturday 6 April 2019AFC Bournemouth v Burnley Huddersfield Town v Leicester City Man City v Cardiff City Newcastle United v Crystal Palace Wolves v Man Utd *This is subject to FA Cup participation Sunday 7 April 201914:05 Everton v Arsenal (Sky Sports) Monday 8 April 201920:00 Chelsea v West Ham (Sky Sports) Friday 12 April 201920:00 Leicester v Newcastle (Sky Sports) Saturday, 13 April 201912:30 Spurs v Huddersfield (Sky Sports)* Brighton v AFC Bournemouth Burnley v Cardiff City Fulham v Everton Southampton v Wolves 17:30 Man Utd v West Ham (BT Sport) *May move to 14 April because of PL clubs' participation in UEFA Champions League the Tuesday after Sunday 14 April 201914:05 Crystal Palace v Man City (Sky Sports)* 16:30 Liverpool v Chelsea* *May move to 13 April because of PL clubs' participation in UEFA Champions League the Tuesday after Monday 15 April 201920:00 Watford v Arsenal (Sky Sports) Tuesday 16 April 201919:45 Brighton v Cardiff* *Moved due to FA Cup quarter-final participation Saturday, 20 April 201912:30 Man City v Spurs (Sky Sports) Arsenal v Crystal Palace AFC Bournemouth v Fulham Huddersfield Town v Watford West Ham v Leicester City Wolves v Brighton 17:30 Newcastle v Southampton (BT Sport) Sunday 21 April 201913:30 Everton v Man Utd (Sky Sports) 16:00 Arsenal v Crystal Palace* *Because of clash with Europa League quarter-final 16:00 Cardiff v Liverpool (Sky Sports) Monday 22 April 201920:00 Chelsea v Burnley (Sky Sports) Tuesday 23 April 201919:45 Spurs v Brighton (Sky Sports)* *Because of clash with FA Cup semi-final 19:45 Watford v Southampton* *Moved due to FA Cup quarter-final participation Wednesday 24 April 201920:00 Man Utd v Man City (Sky Sports)* *Moved due to FA Cup quarter-final participation 20:00 Wolves v Arsenal* *Moved due to FA Cup quarter-final participation Friday 26 April 201920:00 Liverpool v Huddersfield (Sky Sports) Saturday, 27 April 201912:30 Spurs v West Ham (Sky Sports)* Crystal Palace v Everton Fulham v Cardiff City Southampton v AFC Bournemouth Watford v Wolves 17:30 Brighton v Newcastle (BT Sport) *May move to 28 April because of UEFA Champions League participation the Tuesday after Sunday 28 April 201912:00 Leicester v Arsenal (Sky Sports) 14:05 Burnley v Man City (Sky Sports) 16:30 Man Utd v Chelsea (Sky Sports)  Friday 3 May 201920:00 Everton v Burnley (Sky Sports) Saturday, 4 May 201912:30 AFC Bournemouth v Spurs (Sky Sports) West Ham v Southampton Wolves v Fulham 17:30 Cardiff v Crystal Palace (BT Sport) 19:45 Newcastle United v Liverpool (Sky Sports) Sunday 5 May 201914:00 Chelsea v Watford 14:00 Huddersfield v Man Utd (Sky Sports) 16:30 Arsenal v Brighton Monday 6 May 201920:00 Manchester City v Leicester City (Sky Sports) Sunday, 12 May 2019Brighton v Man City Burnley v Arsenal Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth Fulham v Newcastle United Leicester City v Chelsea Liverpool v Wolves Man Utd v Cardiff City Southampton v Huddersfield Town Spurs v Everton Watford v West Ham See: Club-by-club fixtures Latest NewsAwardsVote for your Carling Goal of the SeasonVan Dijk named EA SPORTS Player of the Season 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Balmy Beach Rugby – Balmy Beach Rugby

Balmy Beach Rugby – Balmy Beach Rugby


Gerry Allen Weekly ReportAnd so the action unfolds! Not always with a bang! I Waterloo County, the Beach 1’s encountered stiffer than planned opposition. A close one but the home side prevailed 25-23. Beach 2’s had a much better outing finishing ahead 32-17. In Brampton vs the Dragons the Academy lads stretched out with a 40-0 runaway!. Academy 2’s did not play. After such a successful season last year, I am certain the Ladies are disappointed with a 10-31 loss to Brampton. They’ll get the ship righted! NO games this weekend as folks prepare for May 24 festivities! Here’s hoping that the water continues to subside and the SUN doesn’t! Toronto Arrows – WIN 2 big games on Thurs. and then on Sun and move into playoff contention with only a couple left! Alumni Dinner – Thanks to everyone who participated! 110 guests!Jamie Reynolds feted appropriately. Great to see so many Ladies in attendance! Home Field will be Fletcher’s until ours is sodded properly! Beach Best 15 announced: Prop Jake Lipsett, prop Red Lipsett, Hooker, Scott Hendry, Lock Bernie Baldwin, Lock Scott Dunham, Flanker, Jeff Tomlinson, Flanker Stew MacSween, #8 Peeter Oolup, Scum Half Tony McGann, Fly Half Rick Chambers, Centres, Ed Caterer, and Kyle Nichols, Wings, Fred Forster and Ryan MacSween, Fullback Ian McConvey, Coach Bruce Gage!! Congratulations! Toronto Wolfpack – Another big win at home. No games this week Break out the Blue and Gold gear, gas up and head to the sidelines! Beach Best 15 May 1955 to May 2019


Southampton

Southampton


OverviewSquadFixturesResultsStatsTicketsStadiumSeason HistoryTopps StickersSocialDirectoryVisit Southampton WebsiteOfficial WebsiteExternal LinkOfficial Club ShopExternal LinkBuy Southampton TicketsClub Ticket InformationExternal LinkResultsD SOU 1-1 HUDL WHU 3-0 SOUD SOU 3-3 BOUD WAT 1-1 SOUL NEW 3-1 SOUView All ResultsPremier LeagueThis abridged table charts club position and adjacent teamsPosTeamPlGDPts 15 BurnleyBurnley38-2340 16 SouthamptonSouthampton38-2039 17 BrightonBrighton38-2536View Full ListVisit Southampton WebsiteOfficial WebsiteExternal LinkOfficial Club ShopExternal LinkBuy Southampton TicketsClub Ticket InformationExternal LinkSign up here for your chance to win!Register for free today and we'll keep you up to date with the latest Saints news and views in our pre-match and post-match emails. There's exclusive interviews, stats and even competitions to win money-can't buy prizes! Sign Up HereExternal LinkLatest Club NewsClub NewsHasenhüttl ready for big summerExternal LinkClub NewsSievwright hopes for big crowd at cup finalExternal LinkClub NewsVideo: Behind the scenes of Saints' play-off victoryExternal LinkClub NewsEyes on the doubleExternal Link2018/19 Home KitBuy Now2018/19 Away KitAvailable Soon2018/19 Third KitBuy NowShirt SponsorTechnical SupplierVideos 02:40 CCADFPL Show Ep 41: Experts' players to watch14/5/2019 00:34 CCADGoal of the day: Delap scissor kick for Saints06/5/2019 02:03 CCADEA SPORTS Player of the Month nominees for April02/5/2019 01:52 CCADClassic match: West Ham 3-3 Southampton, 1993/9401/5/2019Now PlayingLatest NewsPremier League 2Southampton win promotion to PL2 Division 1Jaïdi's pride in his promotion winners External Link O'Connor: The perfect ending External Link NewsRelease date for 2019/20 fixtures announcedStart date of 2019/20 season announced The impossible job: Compiling the fixture list StatisticsWhat we learned in Matchweek 38Eriksen helps set Premier League goal record Alisson wins 2018/19 Premier League Golden Glove award Premier League 2Sorensen: Newcastle need playoff win after cup agonySangare seeking promotion in play-off decider External Link Feeney seals double for Everton More News: Latest NewsTopps Sticker ArchiveTeam Sticker ArchiveFraser ForsterRyan BertrandNathan RedmondManolo GabbiadiniTeam Sticker ArchiveAll-time Premier League Player StatsAppearances1JasonDodd329 2.Claus Lundekvam290 3.Matthew Le Tissier270 4.Francis Benali243 5.Matt Oakley232 6.James Beattie204 7.Kenneth Monkou198 8.Steven Davis193 8.Paul Jones193 8.James Ward-ProwseSouthampton193 View Full ListGoals1MatthewLe Tissier100 2.James Beattie68 3.Marian Pahars42 4.Rickie Lambert28 4.Egil Ostenstad28 6.Jay Rodriguez26 7.Shane LongSouthampton25 8.Graziano Pellè23 9.Kevin Phillips22 10.Iain Dowie21 View Full ListAssists1MatthewLe Tissier64 2.Dusan Tadic27 3.Jason Dodd26 4.James Beattie24 5.James Ward-ProwseSouthampton19 6.Steven Davis17 7.Rickie Lambert15 8.Marian Pahars14 9.Ryan BertrandSouthampton13 9.Matt Oakley13 View Full ListWins1JasonDodd105 2.Claus Lundekvam95 3.Matthew Le Tissier80 4.Matt Oakley74 5.Francis Benali71 6.Steven Davis67 7.James Beattie65 7.Paul Jones65 7.James Ward-ProwseSouthampton65 10.José Fonte59 View Full ListLead PartnerEA SPORTSOfficial BankBarclaysOfficial SnackCadburyOfficial BeerCarlingOfficial Soft DrinkCoca-ColaOfficial BallNikeOfficial TimekeeperTAG HeuerOfficial LicenseeSporting IDOfficial LicenseeToppsPremier LeagueHomeFixturesResultsTablesTransfersBroadcastTicketsClubsPlayersManagersNewsSocialYouthSafeguardingHistoryRefereesFantasyHomeExternal LinkMy TeamExternal LinkTransfersExternal LinkLeaguesExternal LinkFixturesExternal LinkStatisticsExternal LinkThe ScoutExternal LinkStatsDashboardPlayer StatsClub StatsAll-time StatsRecordsHead-to-HeadPlayer ComparisonAwardsVideoLatest VideosCommunitiesLatestProgrammesPL Kicks HeroesStrategyPL Primary StarsExternal LinkMoreNo Room for RacismePremier LeagueAsia TrophyTransfersUSA Bar FinderPoppyThis is PLPhotosNike Ball HubAboutPartnersPL LiveRainbow LacesPublicationsLegalContact UsSocialPL on FacebookExternal LinkPL on TwitterExternal LinkFPL on TwitterExternal LinkPL Communities on TwitterExternal LinkPL Youth on TwitterExternal LinkPL on InstagramExternal LinkPL USA on TwitterExternal LinkPL USA on InstagramExternal LinkPL Music on SpotifyExternal Link© PREMIER LEAGUE 2019Modern Slavery StatementEquality Standard


FA Cup match report Chelsea v Manchester United 18 February 2019

With 15 minutes played, Sergio Romero palmed a free-kick from David Luiz back into play before gathering the second attempt on the rebound from Pedro.United seized control of the encounter and took the lead after 31 minutes, as Herrera lost his marker before heading home Paul Pogba’s cross.er. Pogba went from provider to finisher, as he sneaked ahead of Antonio Rudiger to nod home Marcus Rashford’s delivery a minute to halftime. Neither side made any changes from the bench following the resumption for the second half, with United continuing their menacing act in attack. Maurizio Sarri shuffled his stall from the bench, as Willian made an entry for Spaniard Pedro six minutes from the break. Eden Hazard crept down the left and after pulling a cut back, he unleashed a strike against the defence who cleared for a corner in the final minutes. As full-time loomed, the Red Devils managed to see off a late surge from the home side, who struggled in the final third for most of the second half.


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