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‘It’s so wrong’ – Hector Bellerin slams Arsenal Fan TV and accuses supporters of 'feeding off failure'

‘It’s so wrong’ – Hector Bellerin slams Arsenal Fan TV and accuses supporters of 'feeding off failure'

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Arsenal right-back Hector BellerinFriday, February 16, 2018Arsenal star Hector Bellerin has hit out at Arsenal Fan TV during his appearance at the Oxford Union.The YouTube channel that has over 670,000 subscribers and videos that have been viewed nearly 400,000,000 times, regularly goes viral with post-match fan interviews.A host of regular supporters are often extremely critical of players and performances, especially with the Gunners’ fall from Premier League title contenders to top four hopefuls.But Bellerin slammed the channel in a question and answer session, insisting they were just feeding off the club’s failure and trying to make money.“I don't think there's players who go on the internet to watch Arsenal Fan TV,”he said when asked what the Arsenal squad made of the Youtube channel
McLeish appointed for second spell as Scotland manager

McLeish appointed for second spell as Scotland manager

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Alex McLeish has agreed to become Scotland manager for the second time - 11 years after leaving the post.McLeish, 59, will sign a deal until 2020 and is the unanimous choice of the Scottish FA board. He replaces his former Aberdeen and Scotland team-mate Gordon Strachan, who left in October after the country did not qualify for the World Cup. The Scottish FA failed in its attempt to recruit Michael O'Neill, who instead chose to stay with Northern Ireland.McLeish 'has right credentials'Walter Smith was also linked with the role, but ruled himself out of a return to the job he held for three years before leaving for Rangers in 2007.McLeish's first games in charge will be against Costa Rica and Hungary next month, followed by further friendly matches in Peru in May and Mexico in June.His debu...
GB's Parsons in skeleton medal contention – highlights & report

GB's Parsons in skeleton medal contention – highlights & report

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Media playback is not supported on this device XXIII Olympic Winter GamesVenue: Pyeongchang, South Korea Dates: 9-25 FebruaryCoverage: Watch live on BBC TV, Red Button, Connected TVs, BBC Sport website and mobile app. Full coverage timesDom Parsons put himself in contention to win Great Britain's first medal of the 2018 Winter Olympics at the halfway stage of the men's skeleton.The 30-year-old is fourth, 0.03 seconds behind Latvia's Martins Dukurs, after setting a combined time of one minute 41.26 seconds in Pyeongchang.South Korea's Yun Sung-bin leads on 1:40.35, with Nikita Tregubov, an Olympic Athlete from Russia, second and Briton Jerry Rice 12th.The competition finishes on Friday.Live: Watch the latest Winter Olympics actionDo GB's ...
Swiss freestyle ski team having a blast with Olympics antics

Swiss freestyle ski team having a blast with Olympics antics

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Feb. 14 (UPI) -- Switzerland's freestyle ski team is having a blast at the Winter Olympics and have the videos to prove it.The team's official Instagram account includes several videos of some of the stunts they have pulled off in Pyeongchang, South Korea during the Winter Games. One video featured two team members riding a pallet jack down a ramp, pretending to be the Jamaican bobsled team from Cool Runnings."You don't see the Swiss team fighting, do you? You don't see the Swiss team drinking and carrying on and such. And you don't see the Swiss team smiling neither," the @swissfreeski account posted last week on Instagram.On Monday, the team posted an even crazier stunt. Swiss skier Fabian Bösch went up to an escalator and held the moving railing with his right hand. He let the escalator
Los Angeles Clippers visit Boston Celtics

Los Angeles Clippers visit Boston Celtics

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Former Celtics coach Doc Rivers was in Boston on Sunday for the Paul Pierce retirement ceremony. His visit was not purely ceremonial and also gave him an interesting perspective on the game. "I was more of a coach because we play Boston Wednesday, so I was sitting there as a complete coach and scout," Rivers said Monday, when his Los Angeles Clippers won in Brooklyn. "But it still was really interesting to do that. I may have to do that more. It was really cool. I got a lot out of it, I really did." The Clippers have won four of their last five games and are 4-2 since the mega deal that sent Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons, for a package that included former Celtic Avery Bradley, who makes his second return of the season to the TD Garden.DeAndre Jordan, the big man and center of all k...