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Joshua 'in no rush' to fight in United States

Joshua 'in no rush' to fight in United States

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Anthony Joshua: The Fight of My LifeWatch: Documentary about Joshua's world title fight against Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium in April - more info hereWhen: BBC One at 22:45 BST (23:40 in Northern Ireland) on Wednesday, 18 OctoberBritish world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua says he is "in no rush" to fight in the United States.The 28-year-old will defend his IBF and WBA titles against Carlos Takam in front of 70,000 fans at Cardiff's Principality Stadium on 28 October.It will be the Watford-born fighter's second stadium bout, and his next move is expected to be into the lucrative American market.But Joshua wants his fans in England to still "enjoy" going to his fights."Everyone talks about going to the States," Joshua told BBC Radio 5 live's Mike Costello. "I've heard news abo...
Manchester United news: The best transfers in the last 10 years, including Van Persie, Mata and Pogba

Manchester United news: The best transfers in the last 10 years, including Van Persie, Mata and Pogba

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Martial became British football’s most expensive teenager when Louis van Gaal agreed a surprise deal for the youngster on deadline day in September 2015. His impact was instant, with a goal on his debut against none other than United’s fiercest rivals Liverpool. He thrived in the early days of his career and despite his form underwhelming Jose Mourinho, the best is yet to come from the Frenchman.Thursday, September 28, 2017Who do you think has been Manchester United's best signing in the last 10 years?Paul Pogba's glowing form and Romelu Lukaku's excellent start means their two of Jose Mourinho's current crop who could be considered among the best.Here, talkSPORT.com has picked the best 10 of the past decade – scroll through the gallery above to see the ranking.Let's block ads! (Why?)
Manchester United FC team news: Predicted Red Devils XI to face Burton Albion in the Carabao Cup

Manchester United FC team news: Predicted Red Devils XI to face Burton Albion in the Carabao Cup

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EXCLUSIVE – Sam Allardyce says Liverpool not good enough defensively to win the Premier League and backs Manchester United for title glory

EXCLUSIVE – Sam Allardyce says Liverpool not good enough defensively to win the Premier League and backs Manchester United for title glory

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Sam Allardyce believes Liverpool are not good enough defensively to win the Premier League - and is backing Jose Mourinho to lead Manchester United to title glory this season.With their high-tempo, attacking style, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are one of the most exciting teams to watch in the top-flight and have made a promising start to the campaign.They have collected seven points from their opening three games, thrashed Arsenal 4-0 last time out, and have claimed back-to-back clean sheets. Optimism is therefore high on Merseyside as the Reds look to end their 27-year title drought.But, according to Allardyce, they will miss out on again on the top prize due to defensive vulnerabilities.The former England boss, who co-hosted the Sports Breakfast on Thursday, said: “My only concern about Jur
Satellite images show wildfire smoke spreading across United States

Satellite images show wildfire smoke spreading across United States

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Sept. 5 (UPI) -- As showcased by new data and images collected by NASA satellites, wildfire smoke has spread out across much of the United States.More than 80 large wildfires are burning in nine Western states. As a result, many residents of the Western United States are dealing with poor air quality. Wildfire smoke can carry a number of harmful chemicals into the atmosphere, including methanol, benzene and ozone.According to AirNow, the Environmental Protection Agency's Air Quality Index website, large portions of California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho are blanketed by "hazardous" air.But not all of the smoke billowing into the atmosphere is staying put. West-to-east jet stream winds have carried large quantities of ash and soot across the heart of the country.Data collected by an ozone...