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in a moment it will be time for sportday, but let's look at what is coming up tonight. we have the latest on the explosion between the underground stations in st petersburg. a new report suggests 20 million people are physically inactive so we speak to an mp from the north—west of england, the nearest active region in the uk. in 100 days, president trump welcomes the egyptian president to washington on his first official trip to the united states. that is ahead on bbc news. now it is time for the sport. hello, i'm 0lly foster, these are our sportsday headlines tonight. david moyes says he profoundly regrets telling a female reporter ?that she might get a slap‘ and has apologised. the fa are investigating. over three months before the women's euros, england have named theirfinal sqaud for the tournament. and caught on camera, how a tv viewer stopped lexi thomspon winning the first major of the year. the football association will ask
david moyes for his observations about the comments he made to a bbc reporter after a match last month. the sunderland manager has apologised to vicky sparks after telling her she might get a slap. let's speak to our sports news correspondent, richard conway. richard, he had seemingly taken exception to her line of questioning at the time. yes, this came after sunderland drew against burnley in the middle of march and it was a routine press conference. the last question seems to have annoyed him slightly and the
tape stops rolling on the interview and then we hear this exchange. have and then we hear this exchange. have a listen. just getting a wee bit naughty at the end. just watch yourself. you might get a slap, even though you are a woman. careful the next time you come in. understandably a lot of reaction to those comments and we have— david morris as well today. that was quite a bit of reaction on social media and from public figures. doctor alan khan, the shadow sports minister said it was a disgrace the comments we re said it was a disgrace the comments were made. she has labelled them sexist threats towards vicki sparkes who, we should point out, david moyes apologise to subsequently. vicki sparkes not wanting to make any complaint about this or speak further on the incident. the fa have been called on to take action. gary
lineker tweeting seng the demeanour of premier league managers towards interviewers wasn't good enough and we had a press conference with david moyes. we heard from the faq will breakfrom moyes. we heard from the faq will break from him asking moyes. we heard from the faq will breakfrom him asking him to explain his comments. you can hearfrom david moyes who spoke at lunchtime today and he gives his reaction once the comments were made public. today and he gives his reaction once the comments were made publicm was in the heat of the moment and i deeply regret the comment i made. it is certainly not the person who i am andl is certainly not the person who i am and i accepted was a mistake. i spoke to bbc reporter he accepted my apology and hopefully we'll move on. the rights and wrongs of this will be debated. david morris will have to co nta ct be debated. david morris will have to contact the fa. he wants to draw a line under the matter but it seems thatis a line under the matter but it seems that is unlikely. when you are three points adrift at the bottom of the league, this is a distraction for
sunderland and they do not need it as they avoid the drop. the women's european championship in the netherlands doesn't start for another three and half months but the england manager mark sampson has named his final squad of 23 for the tournament. 0ur correspondent, katie gornall, was at today's announcement at st george's park. there were few surprises when mark samson empties england squad here at saint georges park. as expected, the out—of—favour chelsea striker missed out, despite being the top scorer last season. 0therwise, samson kept faith with the majority of players who served so well at the world cup in canada two years ago. 19 players remaining from that third—place finish in canada. samsung says they will be under a different kind of pressure at this around. we are expecting to go all the way, which isa expecting to go all the way, which is a different mentality to open. there is a lot of hard work to put
in. one recent of these early as the players will get clear plans and guidelines about where they need to become july and they will have to go away and work hard. they will do that and it is a group who are so determined to win this tournament. they know everyday matters now. there will be fresh faces in this squad. four players making theatre debut including the striker, nikita paris and the manchester city team—mate demi stokes. stokes was u nfortu nate to team—mate demi stokes. stokes was unfortunate to have missed out on selection for the world cup two yea rs selection for the world cup two years ago after she played a number of the qualifiers. she told me of her excitement and relief at getting the e—mail confirming she was in the squad. i was up really early and can scroll with him but we were not allowed to say too much. it was a case of the uk at the e—mail? it did have to be quiet, but now my family will be over the moon. it is
unprecedented to name a squad this far away from the tournament but the players i spoke to said the decision gives them a lot of security, especially those who are returning from long—term injury. 0ne especially those who are returning from long—term injury. one of those is the chelsea striker, but she will have plenty of time to focus on her fitness. it is three and half months until the tournament gets underway when they take on scotland on the 19th ofjuly. scotland would him their squad until much closer to the tournament. their coach will step down after the summer and shelley ca re down after the summer and shelley care is taken over. kerr, a former boss of arsenal ladies, became the first female manager in british men's senior football when she took charge of stirling university in 2014, she'll succeed anna signneul after the euros have ended. celtic manager brendan rodgers says he's super ambitious for further success as the club, a day after celtic clinched the scottish premiership title with eight games to go in his first season in charge. a league and cup treble remains on the cards and rodgers wants to carry that from into europe. we have to finish this season as
strong as we can. the season still has eight games to go. we have the cup semifinal which we are determined to do well in. we want to determined to e's wellsirf: efsm= the deternn i nest is sis viree‘r'te: sfem= the season and deternn i nest is sis viree‘r'te: sfem= looking eason and deternn i nest is sis viree‘r'te: sfem= looking eason g gigs season. i are looking forward to next season. we wa nt are looking forward to next season. we want to build on our champions league experience, despite not winning the game in the group, we gained invaluable experience in what was clearly the toughest group in the champions league. next season the champions league. next season the players will be 100% in a better mentality in relation to the know—how and we can add some quality over the course of the summer that will aid the players who are already here. we will be on for another exciting season. global athletics' governing body the iaaf claims its suffered a suspected cyber—attack by a russian hacking group known as fancy bears which has compromised information about athletes' medical records.
the iaaf say information concerning applications by athletes for therapeutic use exemptions was targeted. the iaaf president, sebastian coe has apologised. we uncovered this ourselves, so this wasn't something that just we uncovered this ourselves, so this wasn't something thatjust happened, we had, we were looking at the safety a nd we had, we were looking at the safety and security of our systems. u nfortu nately, safety and security of our systems. unfortunately, during the process, we discovered that we had been accessed. we have now done everything that we possibly could to put new systems in place. we have used some of the best people in the world to help us do that and, as i said, ourfirst consideration world to help us do that and, as i said, our first consideration was for the athletes and that is why the statement contains a very clear apology. now if you make a mistake and officials miss it, you may think that should be the end of the story. but for lexi thompson,
on the verge of winning one of women's golf major tournaments, she was penalised in herfinal round after a tv viewer spotted an infringement the previous day. 0ur sports correspondent, andy swiss, reports. just imagine it. you are on course for the winner of your life, just a few homes from glory but lexi thompson's dream was about to become a nightmare. the reason, this moment from her previous round. look closely, she marks a ball, picks it up closely, she marks a ball, picks it up and then puts it down in a fractionally different place, which is against the rules. no one noticed at the time but a tv viewer spotted it, alerted officials who then interrupted her final round to give her a four shot penalty. is this a joke? no, it is not. that is ridiculous. thomson was in tears.
instead of two shots ahead she was to be had. this belief shared by the watching tiger woods the immediately tweeted, viewers at home should not be officials wearing stripes. let's go lexie, when this thing anyway. she came remarkably close. she battled back and on the final hole at this putt to win. agonisingly, victory slipped away. all because of that one eagle eyed deer. victory slipped away. all because of that one eagle eyed deerlj victory slipped away. all because of that one eagle eyed deer. i wasn't expecting that on which every hole that was. i did not intentionally do that. to the officials or whoever called in, that was not my purpose. ididn't called in, that was not my purpose. i didn't even realise they did that. thomson later thanked fans for helping her through. golf is no stranger to trial by television but its results are rarely this painful. earlier, our golf correspondent iain carter gave his assessment of what had happened. there are so many different ways of
monitoring what is going on on the golf course, it is the responsibility of a playing partner to make sure the rooms are obeyed. there are referees on the course, the referees watching video evidence and yet there is still room for a television viewer watching it on delay to then have their say and force the kind of enquiry that we saw, which makes it very cumbersome for the administration of the game and, asi for the administration of the game and, as i say, the ultimate situation is that golf has been held up situation is that golf has been held up to ridicule, even though the red decision was ultimately made. the new cricket season gets underway on friday with the opening round of county championship matches. despite a thrilling climax to the competition last year that saw middlesex crowned champions on the last afternoon, much of the pre—season talk has been about a new look t20 competition from 2020 featuring eight franchised teams. although some counties are likely to lose out as a result, most within the game agree the new tournament is needed. the 2020 format doesn't need a bit
ofa the 2020 format doesn't need a bit of a shake—up in this country. if you look around the world there are phenomenally good t20 franchise leagues around the world and it is ironic that england was the founder of the game is a little bit behind in that sense. it is only going to add it. there will be a lot of teams who will be interested in our players because of the strength that we have. it is not good for the county and the way they are looking at a behind the way they are looking at a behind the scenes before us as individuals and players it is an opportunity to put ourselves of their on a wider scale of international cricket. push ourselves forward and go higher. that's all from sportsday. there'll be more sport here on bbc news throughout the evening. it is coming up to a quarter to
seven. the top stories on bbc news. an explosion on the metro in st petersburg has killed at least nine people and injured dozens more. the russian minister says it was a terrorist attack. seven people have been charged in connection with an attack on a teenage asylum seeker in south london who was badly beaten. president trump says america will solve north korea's nuclear threat with or without chinese help. and an update for you on the markets. not looking good. the ftse and lacks both down around about half a point in trading in europe. in trading in the united states, the dow and nasdaq both down. let's return to oui’ nasdaq both down. let's return to our top story, the explosion on the st petersburg metro. 0ur correspondent is in moscow. just confirm the metro is still shut down. yes, the metro is shut down
and will remain so until tomorrow, which plunged st petersburg into powerful gridlock. it must be said some of the drivers are volunteering to help others reach the places they are going. also, is it not confirmed, we know prime minister dmitry medvedev, has been suggesting this is a terror attack, has that been confirmed? they are at various stages of naming this a terror attack. the investigative committee has lost an investigation concerning the act of terror. the statement by prime minister is probably less formal. he posted on facebook saying he expresses his condolences to the victim of the terror attack, but none of the officials have actually spoken firmly, colin is an act of terror. it has to be said, this took place just after lunchtime. the casualty rate could have