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Coral Daily Download – Manchester City 1/4 to sign Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez

Coral Daily Download – Manchester City 1/4 to sign Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez

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Coral Daily Download - Manchester City 1/4 to sign Alexis SanchezThursday, January 11, 2018Coral’s John Hill joins the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast to round up the latest sporting odds.Alexis Sanchez is reportedly close to signing for Manchester City, and you can get 1/4 on the Chile attacker being at the Etihad by February 2. There is also a suggestion that Andy Carroll could move from West Ham to Chelsea, and that is available at 4/1.Man City, meanwhile, are at 20/1 to complete the quadruple of Premier League, Carabao Cup, FA Cup and Champions League this season.Coral is the official betting partner of the Alan Brazil Sports BreakfastLet's block ads! (Why?)
Philippe Coutinho: Barcelona to sign Liverpool and Brazil midfielder in £142m deal

Philippe Coutinho: Barcelona to sign Liverpool and Brazil midfielder in £142m deal

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Media playback is not supported on this device Barcelona will sign Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho in a £142m deal, one of the most expensive transfers of all time.The Reds are expected to receive £105m up front - a British record - for the 25-year-old Brazil international, with the rest in realistic add-ons.The playmaker will sign a five-and-half year deal at the Nou Camp and will have a buyout clause of 400m euros (£355m).He joined Liverpool from Inter Milan for £8.5m in January 2013, The final deal will be eclipsed only by the £200m Paris St-Germain paid Barcelona for Neymar last summer, and the £165.7m Kylian Mbappe will cost PSG at the end of his initial loan spell from Monaco.Coutinho stayed behind on Merseyside while final
Brad Kaaya: Indianapolis Colts sign former Miami Hurricanes QB off Detroit Lions practice squad

Brad Kaaya: Indianapolis Colts sign former Miami Hurricanes QB off Detroit Lions practice squad

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Dec. 27 (UPI) -- The Indianapolis Colts have signed quarterback Brad Kaaya to the 53-man active roster.Indianapolis also signed defensive tackle Johnathan Calvin to the practice squad and placed cornerback Rashaan Melvin on injured reserve.The Colts announced the moves on Wednesday.Kaaya, 22, was a sixth round pick by the Detroit Lions in the 2017 NFL Draft. The 6-foot-4, 325-pound quarterback participated in the Lions' 2017 offseason program and training camp but was waived on Sept. 2. The Carolina Panthers claimed Kaaya off waivers the next day. He spent the last nine weeks on the Lions' practice squad and spent the first six weeks of the season on the Panthers' active roster. Kaaya was on the Lions' active roster in Week 7. He has never appeared in a regular season game.The former Miami...
Ronald Leary: Denver Broncos put guard on IR, sign TE Matt LaCosse

Ronald Leary: Denver Broncos put guard on IR, sign TE Matt LaCosse

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Dec. 12 (UPI) -- The Denver Broncos have placed guard Ronald Leary on injured reserve and signed tight end Matt LaCosse.Denver announced the transactions on Tuesday.LaCosse was signed off of the New York Giants' practice quad. The 6-foot-6, 255-pound pass catcher had three catches for 22 yards in five games for the Giants from 2015 through 2017. He originally joined the Giants as an undrafted college free agent in May 2015 out of Illinois.LaCosse appeared in three games and had one start this season for the Giants. He served on the Giants' practice squad since Nov. 14. He spent the entire 2016 season on injured reserve after appearing in two games during his rookie campaign. LaCosse will wear No. 83 for the Broncos.Leary joined the Broncos this offseason as an unrestricted free agent from ...
New study: Streaks on Mars sign of flowing sand, not water

New study: Streaks on Mars sign of flowing sand, not water

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A new study suggests that dark streaks on Mars are signs of flowing sand — not water. Monday's news throws cold water on 2015 research that indicated these recurring slope lines were signs of water currently on Mars. Instead, Arizona scientists said these lines appear more like dry, steep flows of sand, rather than water trickling downhill, at or near the surface. The scientists say if water is present, it's likely a small amount — and not conducive to life.NASA, meanwhile, says the jury is still out. The space agency's top Mars scientist, Michael Meyer, says the latest study does not rule out the presence of water. But he acknowledges it's not as exciting as "the idea of rivers going down the sides of cliffs."Let's block ads! (Why?) ABC News: Technology