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Tuchel unlikely? What next for Arsenal after Wenger exit?

Tuchel unlikely? What next for Arsenal after Wenger exit?

Sports
New faces behind the scenes, a five-man shortlist and the dilemma of whether to go for experience or potential.This is the backdrop as Arsenal seek a new manager for the first time in nearly 22 years after Arsene Wenger's announcement he will step down at the end of the season.But where does the news leave the north London club? And what might happen next? BBC Sport's David Ornstein explains...Big-name boss? Or promising coach?Chief executive Ivan Gazidis says Arsenal had not begun sounding out replacements before Friday and while that is broadly true, they would have been discreetly surveying and discussing their options.Leading the process will be Gazidis, alongside head of football relations Raul Sanllehi and head of recruitment Sven Mislintat. I suspect Wenger will not have a say.Arsen...
Blake Griffin unlikely to play in Clippers-Warriors rematch

Blake Griffin unlikely to play in Clippers-Warriors rematch

Sports
OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Golden State Warriors will seek to continue their recent mastery of the Los Angeles Clippers when the two top teams in the Pacific Division meet for the second time in five days on Wednesday night. The Warriors have beaten the Clippers 12 straight times, including 121-105 on Saturday afternoon in Los Angeles. Only three NBA teams have a longer active winning streak against a single opponent. Oklahoma City has won 17 in a row against Philadelphia, while the Los Angeles Lakers have lost their last 14 to both Dallas and Portland. The Warriors' 12th straight over the Clippers was an especially painful defeat for Los Angeles. It lost star forward Blake Griffin in the game to a concussion. Griffin sat out Monday's 108-107 home win over the Atlanta Hawks, and is unlikely to...
Sex unlikely to cause cardiac arrest, study finds

Sex unlikely to cause cardiac arrest, study finds

Health
Sudden cardiac arrest is associated with sexual activity far more often in men than women, research suggests. But sex is a rare trigger for sudden cardiac arrest.Only 34 out of the 4,557 cardiac arrests examined occurred during or within one hour of sexual intercourse and 32 of those affected were men.Sumeet Chugh, of the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute, said his study is the first to evaluate sexual activity as a potential trigger of cardiac arrest.The research was presented at a meeting of the American Heart Association.A cardiac arrest happens when the heart malfunctions and suddenly stops beating. It causes someone to fall unconscious and stop breathing and unless treated with CPR, it is fatal.This differs from a heart attack, where blood flow to the heart is blocked.It is known that sex...