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WBA boss Tony Pulis envious of strength in depth at former club Stoke’s disposal

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first_img The Baggies boss has been impressed by the Potters and Mark Hughes’ squad building ahead of Saturday’s game at The Hawthorns. Pulis managed Stoke between 2002 and 2005, before returning 12 months later for a seven-year stay. Hughes succeeded him in 2013 and, having guided the Potters to ninth last term, has them 10th this season, just one point off the top six. “When you look at the three (forwards) they’re playing and then you look at the bench – (Mame Biram) Diouf’s not playing, (Peter) Crouch is not playing (Jonathan) Walters is not playing” Pulis told a press conference. “You go on and on and on. “They’ve got a real strong squad. They finished in the top 10 last year and have added to that. “They’ve put a strong squad together so we know it will be a tough game. “I look forward to it, hosting my former club – results have shown than this year there’s not a big a gap as their normally is.” The Baggies will assess Jonas Olsson and Victor Anichebe’s hamstring complaints while Salomon Rondon and James McClean serve the final game of their bans, meaning Saido Berahino could start after eight straight games as a substitute. Albion’s squad is thin without the quartet and Pulis wants to strengthen in a transfer window which he expects to be full of big spending at the top and bottom of the Barclays Premier League. “It’s as competitive as it’s ever been,” Pulis, who has long been trailing QPR’s Matty Phillips, said. “Everyone will be trying to strengthen in the window to finish in the top half where they want to be or to make sure they are outside of the bottom parts where it’s important for clubs.” West Brom boss Tony Pulis is envious of former club Stoke’s embarrassment of riches.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Update on the latest sports

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first_imgGarland’s injury is a big blow to the Coyotes as they fight for their first playoff appearance since reaching the 2012 Western Conference Final. Arizona has 74 points through Saturday’s games, two behind the final Western Conference playoff spot. The Coyotes play at Winnipeg on Monday.MLB-NEWSRangers’ Calhoun hit in mouth by fastball, taken to hospitalUNDATED (AP) — — Texas Rangers outfielder Willie Calhoun was hit in the mouth by a fastball Sunday and taken to a hospital. The left-handed hitting Calhoun crumbled after being struck in the jaw by a fastball from Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Julio Urias in the first inning of a spring training game. Calhoun fell on his back, put his hands over his face and was eventually carried off on a cart. The Rangers said he was taken to a hospital. A fourth-round pick by the Dodgers in 2015, Calhoun was acquired by Texas in a trade for Yu Darvish in 2017 and established himself in the Rangers’ lineup last year.In other MLB news: Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditT25 MEN’S BASKETBALL-SCHEDULENo. 9 Maryland tops No. 25 Michigan 83-70UNDATED (AP) — Anthony Cowan Jr. had 20 points and eight assists in his final home game at Maryland, and the ninth-ranked Terrapins beat No. 25 Michigan 83-70 to earn a share of the Big Ten regular-season title. Associated Press Coyotes’ Garland week to week with lower-body injuryGLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona Coyotes leading scorer Conor Garland has left the team after he suffered a lower-body injury against Calgary.The Coyotes said Sunday that Garland has returned to Arizona while the team continues its trip through western Canada. He is listed as week to week.Garland was injured in Friday’s 3-2 loss when he collided with Flames goalie Cam Talbot.The 23-year-old right wing leads the Coyotes with 22 goals and is third with 39 points in 68 games. He had 13 goals and five assists in 47 games as a rookie last season. — The Baltimore Orioles claimed right-handed pitcher Hector Velazquez on waivers from the Boston Red Sox on Sunday. The 31-year-old was 11-7 with a 3.90 ERA in 89 games in the last three seasons with Boston, including 19 starts. Velazquez will compete for a spot on the Orioles’ staff. One candidate, right-hander Evan Phillips, will begin the season on the injured list due to right elbow soreness.— New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez says his sore back is improving, but he’s still out of the lineup. Sanchez didn’t take batting practice Saturday or Sunday. He isn’t on the travel roster for Monday’s road game against the Philadelphia Phillies in Clearwater.— Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander felt soreness in his triceps and made an early exit from an exhibition start Sunday, and the AL Cy Young Award winner was headed for more tests. Verlander was set to pitch four innings against the New York Mets. But with his velocity down from his previous start, Verlander was pulled after two scoreless innings. The 37-year-old Verlander was slowed by a groin injury earlier in spring training. Verlander was dominant last year, going 21-6 for the Astros and leading the majors in wins. He also pitched the most innings in baseball and struck out a career-high 300.VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSBahrain Grand Prix, world soccer among events hit by virus PITTSBURGH (AP) — Morgan Geekie scored twice and added an assist in his NHL debut and Justin Williams added two third-period goals and the Carolina Hurricanes surged past the Pittsburgh Penguins 6-2 on Sunday.Jake Gardiner added a goal and an assist and Jaccob Slavin also scored for the Hurricanes, who pulled into a tie with Columbus and the New York Islanders for the two wild-card spots in the Eastern Conference. Columbus plays in Vancouver on Sunday night.Alex Nedeljkovic (nuh-DEHL’-koh-vihch) stopped 28 shots to earn the second win of his career for Carolina.Patrick Marleau and Evgeni Malkin scored for Pittsburgh and Tristan Jarry finished with 30 saves but the listless Penguins capped a miserable weekend at home by losing for the second time in 24 hours to teams they’re scrapping with for positioning in the crowded Metropolitan Division.NHL-COYOTES-GARLAND INJURED Antetokounmpo ranks third in the NBA in scoring with 29.6 points per game and fourth in rebounding with 13.7. He also averages 5.8 assists.In other NBA action:— Jrue Holiday just missed his second triple-double against Minnesota in less than a week, putting up a season-high 37 points and adding nine rebounds and eight assists for New Orleans. The Pelicans beat the Timberwolves 120-107. Zion Williamson scored 23 points on 9-for-15 shooting, and Lonzo Ball had 18 points and eight assists to help the Pelicans start a four-game road trip on the right note. The Pelicans passed Portland for 10th place in the Western Conference and pulled back within four games of eighth-place Memphis. Sacramento is in ninth place. Malik Beasley had 21 points and nine rebounds for the Timberwolves.NHL-HURRICANES-PENGUINSHurricanes hammer listless Penguins 6-2center_img Eric Ayala scored 19, Jalen Smith had 18 points and 11 rebounds and Aaron Wiggins added 15 points for the Terps. Cowan, a senior guard, went 7 for 11 from the floor and hit six free throws in the final minute.Maryland moved into a first-place tie with Wisconsin, and Michigan State had a chance to make it a three-way deadlock by defeating Ohio State later on Sunday. If two or more teams tie atop the standings at the end of the season, it is a shared championship.In other top-25 games Sunday:— Fabian White Jr. had 18 points and 14 rebounds, Quentin Grimes added 17 points and No. 21 Houston defeated Memphis 64-57. Grimes had 15 second-half points, which led a 17-2 run for the Cougars. Nate Hinton had 13 points for Houston, which shot 34% overall including 48% in the second half. The Cougars will finish at least in a tie for second in the American Athletic Conference. Precious Achiuwa had 25 points and 15 rebounds and Lester Quinones added 10 points for Memphis.NBA-BUCKS-ANTETOKOUNMPO INJURY Antetokounmpo has knee sprain, will miss at least 2 gamesPHOENIX (AP) — Reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo (YAH’-nihs an-teh-toh-KOON’-poh) has a minor knee sprain and will miss at least the Milwaukee Bucks’ next two games.The Bucks said Sunday that Antetokounmpo had an MRI and was examined by team doctor William Raasch. The evaluation showed a minor joint capsule sprain of Antetokounmpo’s left knee.The 6-foot-11 forward will miss the two remaining games on the Bucks’ trip — Sunday at Phoenix and Monday at Denver. His status for the Bucks’ home game Thursday against Boston will be determined later.Antetokounmpo took a hard fall late in a 113-103 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night. He remained in the game but appeared to be limping as he walked off the court afterward. Update on the latest sports March 8, 2020 SAKHIR, Bahrain (AP) — Formula One’s Bahrain Grand Prix on March 22 has been closed to spectators due to the global virus outbreak, but it won’t be postponed like the Chinese round of the championship.The F1 season is set to begin with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne on March 15. China was scheduled to hold the fourth race of the season on April 19, but that was postponed due to the virus outbreak and no new date has been set.The Bahraini organizers’ decision comes as the wider sporting world battles turmoil caused by the new coronavirus. Soccer, golf, skiing, marathons and Olympic qualifying tournaments have all been disrupted.Japan’s Spring Grand Sumo Tournament started Sunday without spectators, and with wrestlers arriving in face masks. One of Italian soccer’s biggest games was being played Sunday in an empty stadium. The Alpine skiing World Cup Finals, Italian cycling races and the women’s ice hockey world championships have all been canceled.last_img read more

No slip up this time for great Dane Axelsen

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first_img17 Jul 2014 No slip up this time for great Dane Axelsen Not only did John Axelsen become the first Dane to win the McGregor Trophy but he also got the monkey off his back with his thrilling victory at Radcliffe-on-Trent.Rounds of 71 and 67 on the final day for a 72-hole total of 274, six under par, left the great Dane seven strokes clear of runner-up Luke Northwood from Kenilworth Golf Club, Warwickshire and nine ahead of Lancashire’s Oliver Clarke from olf Club.A year ago in the McGregor at Seacroft, Axelsen (image © Leaderboard Photography) wrecked his victory hopes by shooting 82 after a course record 66. He was devastated and eventually finished sixth, thinking of what might have been.  This week, the 16 year old Danish boy cap was always in contention, especially after firing another course record 66 and he went into the final day three shots clear and into the final round five ahead.“I learned a lot from last year,” said Axelsen. “That experience lasted from last year lasted a while but it didn’t affect me this week. I didn’t think much about it, I just concentrated on making pars but with a mind-set of making birdies.“I knew over the last nine holes that I was probably leading by five shots but I’ve seen players in that position screw up. I just kept thinking of making a new record then I’d be safe.”He certainly came close to it but he always looked in control and his composure never gave a hint that he might screw up.“This win means a lot to me,” he added. “I’ve played the Reid Trophy twice and now the McGregor three times and this is a big tournament for boys. I’m thrilled and it is a good boost for next week when I’m playing in the European Young Masters in Germany.”Axelsen partnered defending champion Marco Penge, Golf at Goodwood, for the last two rounds but the Sussex lad failed to hit top form, especially in his morning round of 77. But he stormed back with a closing 68 to finish equal fourth on 284.Northwood was the surprise package of the event. Two sub-par rounds, including a five-birdie closing 69, saw him put his name on the map. “I was hoping I might make the top ten and perhaps a top five so I’m extremely happy,” said the lad from Kenilworth.“This is my best performance in any competition and what really pleased me was that I kept calm and composed. “I was glad to shoot low rounds, particularly at the end, and to produce a good performance when it mattered. I managed four consistent rounds and would love to get into the England set-up.”This week’s display will have boosted that particular aim.Clarke, the Lancashire boy champion, finished with 72 for 283 and is already in the England set-up as an under 16 international and we shall see more of him in the weeks ahead, while Penge, also off to the European Young Masters, made a strong defence of the title and his closing 68 will help erase come of the hurt from his third round 77, which put him out of the hunt.The English under 15 championship brought a tie on 288, eight over par, between Danny Daniels from The Hertfordshire Golf Club and Northamptonshire’s Ben Jones, Brampton Heath Golf Centre, both of whom finished ninth in the overall competition.But the lasting impression is of the slightly-built Axelsen producing a class display to not only win the championship but to join the illustrious list of previous winners that include Ryder Cup man Eduardo Molinari, tour players Paul Waring and Matt Baldwin and 2013 US Open champion Justin Rose.last_img read more