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time. wanderers had been given until five o'clock tomorrow by the efl for the takeover to be completed or, face the process of expulsion. ater their takeover collapsed, administrator paul appleton says they're can't carry on trading which will lead to liquidation and the loss of more than over 150 jobs. nothing would surprise me any more, there's been so many twists and turns in this whole fiasco, but nothing would surprise me so i could nothing would surprise me so i could not even make any predictions but if the main protagonist here, if they've got any shred of decency, and compassion, they want to see this club go under and they'll do the right thing and get the deal done. something could be put on the table that stands up, then i think i gave you can see a way forward. i think they will look up on a theme for a think they will look up on a theme
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fora i'm sure think they will look up on a theme for a i'm sure they are sick of it as much as we are as supporters. the excuseis as much as we are as supporters. the excuse is i'm doing things that they held up for certain reasons and it's got to the stage now where frustration has taken over, it really has an i feel so sorry for the supporters that back this club, they want to see something happen. the scotland manager steve clarke believes rangers having to shut part of their ground this week could be a good thing in the battle to beat sectarianism. the eye—brox club were punished by uefa for the sectarian behaviour of fans at a previous game. clarke, who was the victim of sectarian abuse at eye—brox himself last season, wants both rangers and celtic to do more to stamp it out. kheredine idsan reports. he is most at home putting players through their pieces on the pitch by the scotland manager had tackled the issue of sectarianism in the game, people listen. after the abta dream,
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—— after a weekend rain, a visit europe, they will have 3000 empty seats on thursday, as a punishment for a sectarian in a previous time. they reacted very well to it. they are trying their best, everyone tries their best, but sometimes maybe they uefa been on 3000 people is only a small part of the stadium but maybe it will make some people think about what they are going to say in the future. the comments are timely given the that is likely to bea timely given the that is likely to be a fine behaviour when rangers host celtic on sunday. it takes two to tango, two different sides, it's two different clubs, two great clu bs, two different clubs, two great clubs, two two different clubs, two great clu bs, two fa ntastic clu bs. two different clubs, two great clubs, two fantastic clubs. you have to do clubs, two fantastic clubs. you have todoa clubs, two fantastic clubs. you have to do a little bit more. it's an issue clark himself is all too familiar with. having been the victim of experienced abuse when he was the manager. i lost it to be
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honest. i was really upset. and i was upset with anybody who sees the video, i've come back to scotland and you think times would move on. they say you don't need it, it's a crime. if you happened in a football stadium with so many people doing it then suddenly it's not a crime. that can't be correct. few will argue with that and with other players and managers also complaining about sectarian abuse last season, a focus on football fans has rarely been sharper. the former liverpool and england striker daniel sturridge has arrived in turkey for the next stage of his career. he was out of contract this summer and surplus to requiremts at anfield. last week he signed a 3 year deal with trab—zon—spor. the 29—year—old scored 4 times in 7 matches at the start of last season but couldn't force his way into the side. he last played for
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england two years ago. i'm very excited for the challenge. it's a pleasure to be here. i am grateful to both the president and vice president by allowing me to come to such a great club. i will do my best for the team and i hope to help the team to be successful. that's the objective which everybody has talked about, being successful and this is what i want to achieve. johanna konta is through to the second round of the us open. she's just beaten russia's daria kasat—keena. nick parrot was watching the action at flushing medows. since losing in the quarterfinals of wimbledon, johanna konta's form has gone missing. new york is not the easiest place for her to try and find it, she hasn't lost in the opening round at flushing meadows for the last two years. at first, it looked like it would not be third time lucky quite quickly against captain tina, the british number one was dominant, aggressive, and consistent. but she powered a way to
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the first step in 2a minutes. but thenjohanna the first step in 2a minutes. but then johanna konta imploded. the first step in 2a minutes. but thenjohanna konta imploded. the first of many errors that allowed her russian opponents back in. then johanna konta exploded in a row with the umpire, she was not happy about tea m the umpire, she was not happy about team overbilling calls. while she was angry and frustrated, her opponent kept her cool until the second set. she gave —— had time to compose herself and a couple of brea ks compose herself and a couple of breaks of servo followed as she reinstated her authority. ultimately this match was decided by unforced errors. a dove —— double fault handed her victory and confidence that she has the resilience to succeed. now we've got to talk about that remarkable day at headingley yesterday. the ashes series is very much alive after that quite extraordinary innings from ben stokes. 135 runs from the england all—rounder levelled the series at one—all with two to play. patrick gearey looks back on one of the greatest days in test cricket.
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it's the best test match winter ever. phenomenal. everyone wasjust insight —— in shock. ever. phenomenal. everyone wasjust insight -- in shock. it belongs to history now. favourite memories and the screeching afternoon when ben stokes pulled the ashes from the fire. he made 135 runs, 7a of them would only last manjack leach for company. pain trick shots on the cliff edge. walking up there at the end when the whole of headingley was sent to it —— standing up and celebrating, it was a very special moment and something i had to try and take him because moments like that don't come along very often and it's just an amazing game to be a pa rt it's just an amazing game to be a part of. they helped england chase 359th breaking a record which stood
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since 1989. there were echoes of both of the innings in 1981, another all action around there who turned and ashes test with the force of his personality. and his batting. but stokes personality. and his batting. but sto kes wo n personality. and his batting. but stokes won a world cup for england six weeks ago, and they did not manage that. a lot of great cricketers once every five years but he keeps doing it every six months and this guy is unbelievable and if he keeps performing like this, he'll probably be, he may even end up being the greatest all around her to ever play the game of cricket. —— all around there. cricket reaches summit level, this meeting between the australian prime minister and borisjohnson. if the australian prime minister and boris johnson. if a the australian prime minister and borisjohnson. if a reaches a long time and politics, a few days can seem an time and politics, a few days can seem an agent in a test match, it was only friday that australia pulled england out, if they have
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takenjust one pulled england out, if they have taken just one chance, they would have won ashes, now they must get headingley out of their heads. they need to keep their act together to try not to let is to find them, i came oh so close to retaining this but both england out in the first inning, datatype that need to be reinforced. they get it today's test made it seem like the end of something when really, we are buying in the middle. next week, old trafford manchester, was in green bay of history a high point of why a turning point? the muslimah sports association, or msa as it's also known, was founded in 2014 with the idea of getting more women and girls from ethnic minority backgrounds into sport. they offer up the likes of basketball, football, karate and fencing. and 0lympic pentathlon medallist samantha murray, went to ilford, to find out all about their fencing club.
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for many muslim women and girls it's often difficult to access point clu bs, often difficult to access point clubs, due to a lack of female coaches were all female groups. the association wanted to change that. they now offer different sports, including his club in hereford. but it was not easy getting everyone on board. there were lots of barriers within the community itself and for months we only had one or two ladies coming but one squared got out that we we re coming but one squared got out that we were a female only environments and he had a female coach and we we re and he had a female coach and we were sensitive to to religious needs often word got out and recruit to 20 ladies coming in each week. when the group was formed over a year ago there were no female coaches available to train them. but since then, around 20 of the girls had taken on their level one coaching qualification. less than 20% of muslim women in the uk take part in
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sports but it's helped more female coaches could increase participation. she said standing is ideal because girls can cover up and don't feel like they are compromising their faith or standing out. at the rio in 2016, should be —— became the first muslim american woman to win an olympic medal. and that inspired some of these girls to get into fencing. there was this timei get into fencing. there was this time i got ready and tested and hastening —— showing my friends and they would be like the lariat that will be you one day in that book. 14—year—old semi enjoined the sessions so much that she went on to join the fencing club. fencing is really unique and i thinkjust the threat of the game and i really competitive pricing and if something helps me to express that you have to come up with a game plan in your mind beforehand and implement that sometimes you have to come up with a
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new plan in your head. she's taken to it so much that even between classes she will walk using the fencing walk and her friends are going what are you doing? she says i'm going fencing on friday and what they do lunch time is that she have been teaching some of the girls the most. and as more girls like semi i get into the sport the easier it will be for future generations. that's all from sportsday. we'll have more throughout the evening. you can of course keep across the tennis on the bbc sport website. for many of us it's been a bank holiday weekend, what a scorcher over the weekend, a record—breaking hot date august bank holiday, temperatures hitting 33 celsius mark
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across the southeast of england, similarto across the southeast of england, similar to what we saw on sunday afternoon. the heat has been drawn in by this area of high pressure, cooler air looms across the north atla ntic cooler air looms across the north atlantic behind this cold front where they will be some rain as well. very silly this week wears on, this cooler air will continue to push its way eastwards. temperatures returning close and they will be rain around and also some thunderstorms i had of the cold front as it bumped in the hot air. a change over the next few days let's start by looking tonight where it would be another clear and warm monday across england further west we have that weather front bringing outbreaks of rain the fire west of scotla nd outbreaks of rain the fire west of scotland in ireland and a few showers and south wales and west of england. the last day of the hot and sunny eastern half of england and
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this comes across up income will be more widespread between meals, western england and night in england, a few in the midlands two. 26, 30 england, a few in the midlands two. 26,301 england, a few in the midlands two. 26, 301 degrees across the southeast of england, and monday. as he had to cheat that night, at least showers and thunderstorms bringing some torrential downpour as they pushed north across parts of wales and midland and northern england and scotland. all tied in with this weather fund which will continue to journey towards eastwards and as he let out across the atlantic a couple of weather systems in fact waiting in the wings. i let my cloud around scotland, much of northern and western england and wales and the skies will brighten up across northern ireland and scotland and ahead of it, and head of that with the front it will be hot and sunny again with thunderstorms making out in the heat 2a, to 27, 28 across the east anglia. cooler hype teams and
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celsius by the north and west, that is that the majesty and that week we will see outbreaks of rain and press showers and feel cool and fresher.
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