Hart in clear after Boyd clash

first_imgManchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart will face no further action from the Football Association following his confrontation with Hull’s George Boyd. Press Association England international Hart clashed foreheads with Hull substitute Boyd during a furious exchange in City’s 2-0 Barclays Premier League win at the KC Stadium on Saturday. Hart was booked by referee Lee Mason for his involvement and the FA has confirmed that – in line with the governing body’s own rules – it considers the goalkeeper to have been dealt with. center_img The flashpoint occurred when Boyd was denied a penalty after claiming to have been fouled by Hart. It has also not yet been decided whether City captain Vincent Kompany could face further disciplinary action for his reaction to his sending off in the fiery contest. Kompany was dismissed just 10 minutes into the game for a professional foul on Hull forward Nikica Jelavic. That offence carries a mandatory one-match ban but Kompany angrily kicked a wall as he headed down the tunnel and made what could be interpreted as an offensive gesture towards fourth official Anthony Taylor. The FA could act if these matters are mentioned in reports by the officials. Any extension to Kompany’s suspension would rule him out of the derby against Manchester United at Old Trafford on March 25. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was also waiting to learn whether he might be in disciplinary trouble after he was sent to the stands late in his side’s 1-0 loss at Aston Villa. Mourinho was punished by referee Chris Foy after he, opposite number Paul Lambert and a number of coaches entered the field when a melee broke out following a red-card tackle by Chelsea’s Ramires on Karim El Ahmadi. The role of a number of players might also be examined. last_img read more

Tipp’s Shane Long secures Ireland Draw

first_imgTipperary’s Shane Long came off the bench to score the equaliser late in the game to keep his side in the hunt for Euro 2016 qualification.Ireland are on 8 points while Scotland and Germany are on 10 and Poland lead the group on 11.O’Neill says they could have stolen victory.last_img

Codere ups racing muscle with SIS content partnership

first_img Sandra McWilliams – SISBolsa Madrid operator Grupo Codere SA has moved to enhance its live racing content across its Spanish and Mexican digital properties, integrating Sports Information Services SIS new 24/7 Live Betting Channel.SIS informs that its new live pictures partnership will see Codere ESP and MX digital domains gain horseracing and greyhound content throughout the day.Peter Lucas, Sportsbook Trading Director at Codere, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to have struck this deal with SIS, which allows us to greatly expand the volume of horse racing and greyhound races that we can stream to Coderecustomers online.“The launch of our new 24/7 Live Betting Channel means we can now offer quality racing betting events on a regular basis, which we’re sure will help drive engagement and increase betting revenues.”Delivered in a ‘Watch & Bet’ format, Codere punters will have access to over 33,500 greyhound races per year, broadcast each week from the top UK and Irish tracks, as well as over 27,000 horse races from over 130 of the world’s leading racecourseSandra McWilliams, Sales Director at SIS, said: “We’re delighted to be delivering our new channel to Codere, a global operator which has a strong reputation in Europe and Latin America.“Codere’s online customers will now have access to live pictures and data from the world’s best horse racing and greyhound venues, with the Watch & Bet model designed to encourage more betting activity.” StumbleUpon Richard FitzGerald steps down as RMG CEO August 6, 2020 Share Share Submit Mozzartbet sets sail in South America taking over Meridianbet Colombia July 22, 2020 Related Articles SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020last_img read more

Terry hints at Chelsea stay, Man United make move for Zlatan and MORE GOSSIP

first_img Transfer rumours and paper review Here are the top transfer-related stories in Tuesday’s newspapers…John Terry has hinted he may stay at Chelsea, by cancelling plans to hold a farewell party on the Stamford Bridge pitch. The club have offered the centre-back a new one-year extension but the captain is yet to accept the deal. (Daily Mail) Manchester United have tabled a formal contract offer to Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The Red Devils have offered the 34-year-old Swede a one-year deal, with the option of an extra season. (RMC)United managerial target Jose Mourinho is in talks with Paris Saint-Germain and could move to the French champions unless the Premier League club act quickly. (Daily Mail)Bournemouth have rejected a £25million double bid from West Ham for Cherries star duo Callum Wilson and Matt Ritchie. (Sky Sports)The Hammers will also make a move for Newcastle duo Andros Townsend and Georginio Wijnaldum after the Magpies were relegated. (Daily Star) Man United goalkeeper David de Gea could look to leave Old Trafford if Louis van Gaal stays as manager. (Daily Telegraph)United scouts have been in Portugal to watch Sporting Lisbon duo William Carvalho and Joao Mario (Daily Mirror), but the Red Devils are set to miss out on another target, Andre Gomes, with the 22-year-old Portugal midfielder reportedly ready to leave Valencia for Juventus. (The Sun)Leicester striker target Gianluca Lapadula, 26, says he is ready to form an “explosive” partnership with Jamie Vardy and would love to work under “legendary” Claudio Ranieri. (The Sun)Arsenal are considering a £10million swoop for 18-year-old Celtic and Scotland left-back Kieran Tierney. (Daily Record)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…??Quique Sanchez Flores exit as Watford manager is ‘crazy’, says club captain Troy DeeneyManchester United transfer report – Red Devils plotting summer swoop for Sporting Lisbon starlet Joao MarioSwansea transfer news: Eder’s agent reveals £5m flop in line for permanent Lille moveNapoli move to tie down record-breaking striker Gonzalo Higuain as Arsenal and Chelsea plot summer movesAtletico Madrid and Liverpool both chasing £10m Monaco starlet Thomas LemarArsenal and Manchester United face losing out to Juventus in chase for ‘new Neymar’Arsenal target Granit Xhaka: Decision over future will ‘definitely be made before Euro 2016’Liverpool ready to spend £8m on Mainz goalkeeper Loris KariusLuciano Spalletti claims Liverpool and Chelsea target Miralem Pjanic ‘wants to STAY’ at Roma 1last_img read more