Matthew Donohoe Paul Flaherty Conor Whelan Paul Killeen The Galway Team to play Offaly in Tullamore in the NHL Div 1B opener has been named. There is a debut for Moycullen’s Matt Donoghue at corner back, while Gearoid McInerney returns at wing back with Adrian Tuohy at centre back. Davy Glennon partners Johnny Coen in midfield, while in attack there are starts for Shane Maloney and Brian Molloy, a debut for Abbeyknockmoy’s Paul Flaherty at wing forward. Colm Callanan Johnny Coen Aidan Harte Joseph Cooney (Capt) Gearoid McInerney Jason Flynn Shane Maloney Brian Molloy John Hanbury Davey Glennon Three St Thomas’ Men, David Burke, Conor Cooney and Eanna Burke named in Subs Adrian Touhy print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
232 students from 27 schools in Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo competed in the SPAR FAI Primary School 5s Connacht Finals which were held in Solar21 Park, Castlebar this afternoon (May 3) 4Oranmore B3003813-50 The competition is run across six divisions, ensuring that schools of all sizes are catered for. Boys and girls are encouraged to play together but there is a separate competition for boys and girls dependent on school enrolment numbers.This year saw 2 schools from both Mayo and Galway make the cut as well as qualifiers from Sligo and Roscommon. Flying the flag for Mayo in the Aviva will be the girls of Belcarra NS and St. John’s NS, Breaffy. Bawnmore NS and Oranmore NS will be the proud representatives of Galway. Alongside them representing Connacht will be our Sligo Champions, Ardkeeran NS and Roscommon Champions, Corrigeenroe NS. Carnmore00Belcarra Belcarra20Rathcormac NS Woodford NS00Killinmumery NS Ardkeeran NS40Lisaniskey NS Corrigeenroe NS60Woodford NS Straide NS22Ardkeeran NS Cornafulla NS02Rathcormac NS PWDLFAGDPts Scoil Róis20St. Angela’s Gaelscoil Liatroma62Scoil Ursula Doorus NS31Lisaniskey NS 5Killinmumery NS402217-62 Ardkeeran NS10Gortletteragh 3St. Pat’s, Castlebar3102813-53 Ballyvary Central01Bawnmore NS PWDLFAGDPts Gaelscoil Liatroma90St. Joseph’s Boyle 3Doorus NS421111657 St. Joseph’s Boyle13Scoil Ursula 2Ballyvary Central42119457 3Carnmore41214315 Scoil Ide10Scoil Róis Scoil Ursula00Ballyvary Central Lisaniskey NS24Straide NS Scoil Ursula04Scoil Róis Claremorris BNS31St. Pats Castlebar 1St. John’s NS, Breaffy4301166109 5Cornafulla NS401339-61 3Woodford NS411238-54 Oranmore A51St. Pats Castlebar 1Ardkeeran NS431093610 5St. Angela’s4004118-170 St. Joseph’s Boyle04Bawnmore NS Rathcormac NS10Carnmore Follow the action on social media via #SPAR5s or at www.faischools.ie and www.spar.ieSPAR FAI Primary School 5s ProgrammePROVINCIALUlster Final: May 2 John Sherlock Park, Cootehill Harps FC, Co. CavanConnacht Final: May 3 Solar21 Park, Castlebar, Co. MayoMunster Final: May 8+9 Mounthawk Park, Tralee, Co. KerryLeinster Final: May 10 MDL Grounds, Trim Road, Navan, Co. MeathNATIONALNational Final: May 30 Aviva Stadium, Dublinprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email 3Scoil Ursula411269-34 The event saw 31,728 children participate this year. The competition has been running since the mid 1990’s, the event is more popular than ever with an impressive 1,528 schools involved in 2018. Claremorris BNS43Oranmore B Killinmumery NS05Corrigeenroe NS 3Scoil Róis43019279 Carrigallen NS34Rathcormac NS SPAR Girls ‘A’ Cup (Small Schools, girls only)There will be flags of yellow and blue flying in the Aviva Stadium as Corrigeenroe NS of Roscommon blitzed their group to claim Provincial honours. Their toughest challenge presented itself at the first obstacle as Scoil Realt Na Mara were reluctant to give them an easy three points and a single goal would separate them at the final whistle. Following the opener, the Roscommon side found proceedings much easier with a 3-1 victory over Meelickmore before heavy victories over Killinmumery NS and Woodford NS. Scoil Realt Na Mara took second place with an important victory over Woodford NS before victory over Killinmumery NS sealed their faith. Straide NS22Gortletteragh Carnmore22Carrigallen NS Scoil Ide41Scoil Ursula St. Pats Castlebar65Oranmore B St. John’s NS, Breaffy81St. Angela’s Meelickmore02Woodford NS Claremorris BNS02Oranmore A St. John’s NS, Breaffy41Scoil Ursula Bawnmore NS21Gaelscoil Liatroma PWDLFAGDPts Straide NS22Doorus NS Summary of our winners and runners upGroup Winner Runner UpSPAR ‘A’ Cup (small schools) Ardkeeran NS, Sligo Scoil Chiaráin Naofa, Doorus, GalwaySPAR ‘B’ Cup (medium schools) Bawnmore NS, Galway Ballyvary Central, MayoSPAR ‘C’ Cup (large schools) Oranmore NS, Galway Claremorris BNS, MayoSPAR Girls ‘A’ Cup (small schools) Corrigeenroe NS, Roscommon Scoil Realt na Mara, SligoSPAR Girls ‘B’ Cup (medium schools) Belcarra NS, Mayo Rathcormac NS, SligoSPAR Girls ‘C’ Cup (large schools) St. John’s NS, Breaffy, Mayo Scoil Ide, Galway 1Oranmore A330010199 Scoil Ursula12Bawnmore NS Meelickmore11Scoil Realt Na Mara Carrigallen NS22Cornafulla NS St. Angela’s06Scoil Ide 2Claremorris BNS32017616 PWDLFAGDPts 2Rathcormac NS43017529 Corrigeenroe NS31Meelickmore 5St. Joseph’s NS, Boyle4004219-170 4Scoil Ursula4103412-83 2Scoil Ide430112489 SPAR Girls ‘C’ Cup (Large Schools, girls only)There was excitement, there was nerves and the teachers had their maths put to the test as Scoil Íde, defending Champions Scoil Róis and St. John’s NS, Breaffy all finished on nine points with the Mayo goals having the goals in their favour as they were declared Champions based solely on goal difference. With +10 on their record, they leapt above Scoil Íde on +8 and Scoil Rois on +7. It did not seem a likely result at the start of the day as the Galway girls of Scoil Róis defeated the eventual winners 3-1. St. John’s NS would pick their performance up from there on in and pick up points against Scoil íde and Scoil Ursula of Sligo before a tournament-winning performance against St. Angela’s as they won 8-1 and gave a huge boost to their goal difference. Carrigallen NS12Belcarra Scoil Róis31St. John’s NS, Breaffy Oranmore A30Oranmore B 4Meelickmore402226-42 Belcarra31Cornafulla NS Gaelscoil Liatroma26Ballyvary Central Gortletteragh81Lisaniskey NS The six Provincial finalists will now travel to Dublin for the National Finals which will be held in the Aviva Stadium on Wednesday, May 30 (KO 11.30am). We would urge all participating schools to take the day off and travel to the Dublin finale to support their school in what should prove to be a phenomenal day for all involved, players and spectators alike.It promises to be a fantastic fun filled family day with a “Player of the Tournament” accolade for each section, goodie bags and medals for ALL 192 participants as they’re all winners on the day!Spectators will be entertained with a super day of action as well as face painting, samba drummers, a well-known DJ to play some great tunes to gear us up for the games and a chance for one special supporter to win an epic prize in the Young Sports Journalist competition. You’ll have to stay tuned on the day to see who will be crowned 2018 Champions.Cheer on the schools from your classroom or office chair if you can’t make the trip to Dublin and follow the progress on the FAI Schools Facebook and Twitter pages (@faischools) 1Belcarra431072510 2Straide NS413010826 5Lisaniskey NS4004419-150 PWDLFAGDPts Woodford NS12Scoil Realt Na Mara Scoil Ursula20St. Angela’s Scoil Realt Na Mara21Killinmumery NS 1Corrigeenroe NS44001511412 Carnmore20Cornafulla NS 1Bawnmore NS440092712 4Gaelscoil Liatroma4202181086 SPAR ‘A’ Cup (Small Schools, boys/mixed teams)Led by the impressive Owen Elding, Ardkeeran NS, Sligo battled past all challenges to book their place in the National Finals with victories against Gortletteragh NS, defending Champions Doorus NS and Lisaniskey NS. They could not defeat Straide NS however, who were not beaten on the day but drew three of their games to finish third. With victories over Gotletteragh and Lisaniskey NS, Doorus NS would ultimately claim the runners-up honours. PWDLFAGDPts Ardkeeran NS21Doorus NS SPAR ‘B’ Cup (Medium Schools, boys/mixed teams)The tribal roar of Bawnmore NS will be heard at the National Finals after the Galway school qualified in an efficient manner. After a clear 4-0 victory over St. Joseph’s NS, Boyle, the now-Connacht champions would then defeat all other opposition by a single goal. Their final victory against Ballyvary Central would leave their opposition in second place, as the Mayo school defeated Gaelscoil Liatroma 6-2 and St. Joseph’s NS, Boyle 3-1 to secure the placing. 2Scoil Realt Na Mara42115417 4Gortletteragh411211924 St. Joseph’s Boyle13Ballyvary Central St. John’s NS, Breaffy31Scoil Ide Gortletteragh15Doorus NS SPAR ‘C’ Cup (Large Schools, boys/mixed teams)The boys of Oranmore NS will raise the Galway banner as they enter the Aviva Stadium as Connacht Champions. Three games resulted in maximum points for the winners, with victories against their own ‘B’ team and the talented sides of Claremorris BNS and St. Patrick’s, Castlebar. Claremorris BNS would fill the place as runners-up as their 3-1 victory over St. Patrick’s and exciting 4-3 success against Oranmore NS ‘B’ left them clear on points. 4Carrigallen NS4022810-22 Meelickmore00Killinmumery NS Corrigeenroe NS10Scoil Realt Na Mara SPAR Girls ‘B’ Cup (Medium Schools, girls only)They were so keen to play that Belcarra NS of Mayo arrived in Solar21 Park on Wednesday morning for Thursday’s event. Their eagerness still remained when they returned on the actual day and were undefeated in their four games. The day began with a 2-1 victory against Carrigallen NS before following up 3-1 against Cornafulla NS. Their biggest test came against Rathcormac NS but they successfully navigated through with a 2-0 result to win the Cup. Rathcormac NS would finish as runners-up as they defeated all but the Champions.
The Galway United Friends Co-Op have voted to cede Majority Control of the club to Saudi investors. Members voted with a clear majority at tonight’s meeting at the Connacht Hotel with 68 members voting in favour, 10 against and one abstention. In a statement released to the media tonight, the statement reads…“Galway United FC is 100% owned by the Galway United Friends Co-operative and at the Special General Meeting (SGM) this evening (Monday, June 18th, 2018) members voted in support of the motion to accept the offer by a third party to take a majority shareholding in the club. As a result of this decision, the board will now continue discussions with the investors.” The Co-Operative, a group of less than 100 fans, will now cede majority interest to the Saudi duo of Abdulrahman Al Nemer and Mohammed Al Ruwaite through their company Sport Link for Sport Marketing.It’s understood that an initial investment of €500,000 will be paid into the club within days with further investment promised towards the development of the club’s underage infrastructure, the youth academy and the development of a dedicated training facility. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
In the front row, Denis Buckley is named at loosehead alongside Finlay Bealham at tighthead and hooker Dave Heffernan, who signed a contract extension this week. Gallagher’s inclusion in the second row sees him form a partnership with James Cannon, while in the back row captain Jarrad Butler comes back into the side at number 8 alongside flankers Eoin McKeon and Colby Fainga’a.The half-back pairing sees James Mitchell coming in to partner David Horwitz who is retained at out-half.The back three sees Tiernan O’Halloran starting again at full-back with Matt Healy and Cian Kelleher on the wings. In the midfield, on loan centre Tom Daly starts his second game of the season alongside Kyle Godwin.With Connacht sitting five points ahead of Cardiff in Conference A of the PRO14, Head Coach Andy Friend says that this is a hugely important fixture in Connacht’s season; “We have won eight of our last ten games so we go into the game with confidence but we know what a tough team Cardiff are to play, especially when they are at home. These inter-conference games have a huge bearing on the overall standings in the PRO14 so we are fully aware of the importance of the fixture”, the Head Coach said.“We have made a few changes to our match day squad with players away on international duty and a few injuries to contend with, but we have picked a team that we have full confidence in to go to Cardiff and get a result”, Friend added.#CARvCONKick-off 5:15pm:(15-9) Tiernan O’Halloran, Cian Kelleher, Kyle Godwin, Tom Daly, Matt Healy, David Horwitz, James Mitchell, (1-8) Denis Buckley, Dave Heffernan, Finlay Bealham, James Cannon, Cillian Gallagher, Eoin McKeon, Colby Fainga’a, Jarrad Butler (Capt).Replacements (16-23): Tom McCartney, Matthew Burke, Dominic Robertson McCoy, Joe Maksymiw, Paul Boyle, Angus Lloyd, Conor Fitzgerald, Stephen Fitzgerald. Connacht Head Coach Andy Friend has given 21 year old Sligo man Cillian Gallagher his first start of the season as Connacht take on Conference rivals Cardiff Blues in the Guinness PRO14 on Saturday (Kick off 5:15pm). print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Gallagher is one of ten changes to the Connacht side that played Bordeaux last weekend, with six players away on international duty and Gavin Thornbury picking up a shoulder injury in training during the week.
Friday Selections RACE 2 GALWAY GREYHOUND STADIUM UNRACED 350 ROUND 1 HEAT 1 20:07 = TRAP 2 MaithgoleorRACE 3 GALWAY GREYHOUND STADIUM UNRACED 350 ROUND 1 HEAT 2 20:22 = TRAP 3 Rosshill MaxRACE 4 GALWAY GREYHOUND STADIUM UNRACED 525 ROUND 1 HEAT 1 20:37 = TRAP 5 Pink StarburstRACE 5 GALWAY GREYHOUND STADIUM UNRACED 350 ROUND 1 HEAT 3 20:52 = TRAP 2 Pinnacle BlueRACE 6 FUNDRAISING AT THE DOGS S5 350 21:07 = TRAP 6 Pal DubhRACE 7 GALWAY GREYHOUND STADIUM UNRACED 525 ROUND 1 HEAT 2 21:22 = TRAP 5 Velvet JulietRACE 8 GALWAY GREYHOUND STADIUM UNRACED 525 ROUND 1 HEAT 3 21:37 = TRAP 6 Claregalway Lad (nap)RACE 9 THE ONLINE DEAL OF THE MONTH A4 525 21:52 = TRAP 4 Liscarra BonusRACE 10 THE HIT OR BUST A3 525 22:07=TRAP 3 Memories Faith RACE 1 THE GALWAY GREYHOUND STADIUM LADIES A5 525 19:52 = TRAP 1 Spankinggorgeous Saturday Selections RACE 1 WELCOME TO GALWAY GREYHOUND STADIUM A5 525 19:52 = TRAP 1 Lingrawn GoldieRACE 2 THE RECENT TOTE RETURNS S9 350 20:07 = TRAP 1 Pal HunterRACE 3 THE TRIO POOLS A8 525 20:22 = TRAP 4 Ghost StoryRACE 4 THE MASTERS RESTAURANT A5 525 20:37 = TRAP 2 Black ProductRACE 5 THE FINGER FOOD PACKAGE A6 525 20:52 = TRAP 5 Ballyea RoseRACE 6 THE UPCOMING EVENTS S4 350 21:07 = TRAP 6 Wilbrook ChaseRACE 7 THE ONLINE DEAL OF THE MONTH A4 525 21:22 = TRAP 1 Portumna Paddy (NAP)RACE 8 THE ONLINE BOOKINGS A3 525 21:37 = TRAP 1 HowsitgoingjoRACE 9 FUNDRAISING AT THE DOGS A3 525 21:52 = TRAP 1 Domino BurkoRACE 10 THE HIT OR BUST A1 525 22:07 = TRAP 6 Portumna Zeroprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Galway finished on top of Division 1, with 18 pointsfrom a possible 21, before defeating Donegal in the League semi-final. In the month of April, Galway won both of theircompetitive fixtures, and both of them were victories against Donegal. Galway defeated the TG4 Ulster Champions by 2-13 to0-10 in the final round of group fixtures, before winning the Division 1semi-final by 1-12 to 1-5. Galway may have lost the divisional final to Cork inearly May, but Rabbitt has been acknowledged for his sterling work in gettinghis team to the Parnell Park decider. Tim was presented with his award by Marek Kozinski, Store Manager, at the Lidl Store inOranmore, Co. Galway. Rabbitte and his players will now turn theirattentions towards the TG4 Connacht Senior Final against old rivals May on June23, when the Tribeswomen will hope to retain their provincial title. The Lidl / Irish Daily Star Manager of the Month for April was announced today as Tim Rabbitt from Galway. Under Tim’s guidance, Galway finished on top of Division 1 of the Lidl National League, before defeating Donegal to reach the Final of the competition. Galway played two games in April – and both of them were victories over Donegal. Tim is pictured being presented with his award by Marek Kozinski, Store Manager, at the Lidl Store in Oranmore, Co. Galway. Photo by David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email GALWAY’S Tim Rabbitte has been confirmed as the LidlManager of the Month award for April 2019, in association with the Irish DailyStar. In his first season at the helm, Rabbitte guidedGalway to a first Lidl National League Division 1 Final appearance in four years,after the Tribesmen enjoyed an impressive top-flight campaign.
Vance topped Nelson Toyota scoring with 34 points while Fuhr added 29, including five hoops from behind the three-point arc.Eli Bergevin added 10 points while Jeremy Phelan and Brody Blair each had nine.For Northport Skylar T. led all scorers with 37 points.In the consolation round contest, Empire Coffee had an easy time with Team Mota.Robbie Dixon and Chase Rickaby paced Empire Coffee attack.Other teams in the league include Rossland’s Flying Steamshovel and Rock Island of Trail.Organizers of the WKMBL would like to salute Nelson sponsors Kootenay Lake Electric , Kootenay Co-op, Nelson Toyota and Empire Coffee. Nelson Toyota held off a late charge by Northport to capture the West Kootenay Men’s Basketball League Championship Monday at Selkirk College in Castlegar.Mike Vance and Matthew Fuhr combined for 63 points to lead Nelson Toyota to a 106-94 victory in a spirited affair between the two tops teams in the WKMBL.Leading 52-41 in the second half, Nelson Toyota watched the Washington State squad rally to pull to within a few points of the lead.However Nelson Toyota ran the table at the end of the contest to pull off the 12-point victory.
Fred and his friend Don Hubert participated in a dragonboat practice on Kootenay Lake on a beautiful Sunday morning with breakfast following at Finley’s Bar and Grill, a generous supporter of the Kootenay Rhythm Dragons.The Nelson Annual Terry Fox Run will be held Sunday, Sept. 16 – registration at 8:30 am., Run Start at 9:30 am. Pre-register at terryfox.org The Kootenay Rhythm Dragon (KRD) boat paddlers were recently privileged to meet with the brother of Terry Fox during a visit to Nelson.Fred met with members of the Rhythm Dragons who organize the annual Nelson Terry Fox Run, to discuss the Nelson event and talk about future plans for the Run as the 40th anniversary of Terry’s incredible Marathon of Hope draws near (2020). Fred also spoke with several paddlers who are cancer survivors and have benefited from the work of the Terry Fox Research Institute.
ALEXIS SANCHEZ needed this. By all rights, he should not have been playing.He had been part of the diabolical performance against West Brom after which Jose Mourinho made it clear Wembley places were up for grabs.6 Manchester United’s under pressure striker Alexis Sanchez bags the priceless equaliser that might just re-ignite his careerCredit: AFP or licensorsMarcus Rashford and, to a lesser extent, Anthony Martial answered the call in midweek against Bournemouth and must have been bemused, therefore, to be left on the bench.Sanchez was in.Had the name and the money he earns usurped form?Was Mourinho avoiding another Paul Pogba situation — i.e. why is the big name dropped? Is there a problem? Has it been a mistake to buy him? Why can’t he get the best out of him?6 Many thought Alexis Sanchz should have been dropped – but instead he netted arguably the most crucial goal of his seasonCredit: Getty – Contributor6 Tottenham defender Kieran Trippier struggles to tame Chilean Alexis SanchezCredit: PA:Press AssociationSo the pressure was really on the Chilean to produce and how he did so with a goal and assist that takes Manchester United to another Cup final.Form maybe temporary but class is permanent and this was a top-class display from Sanchez.SACK, BACK AND CRAIC Arsene Wenger smiles with Arsenal stars as they welcome him back to trainingIt was full of heart, full of tenacity.When he was subbed in the final minute of injury time he left the pitch covered in mud and sweat, his chest heaving with the effort he had put in.The United end rose as one to acclaim him.The manager was ready with a handshake. Job done.Sanchez had not let the boss down, nor the fans that made the red half of this stadium a cacophony of noise from the moment he nodded United back into the game in the 24th minute.What a header it was, too, as he directed the ball back across Michel Vorm, leaning backwards in mid-air.He now has eight goals in eight games for club and country at Wembley.And in the 62nd minute, there he was working down that left flank and rolling the ball across for Ander Herrera’s winner, too.Dele Alli and Alexis Sanchez score the openers in Manchester United vs Tottenham in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley In injury time it was Sanchez winning the ball on the top of his own box and charging up to halfway where he won a throw-in to waste valuable seconds.The statistics will tell you that Sanchez loses the ball a lot.Part of the reason for that is he demands it so much.He wants it all the time, no matter where he is on the pitch, and berates team-mates who do not give it to him.6 Man Utd striker Alexis Sanchez tangles with Spurs midfielder Eric DierCredit: Alamy Live NewsWhen he does lose it, he just wants it again and again and is always available to have it.True, Sanchez had hardly had the dramatic impact on this side since his New Year switch from Arsenal that United fans had hoped for.But Mourinho constantly points to the fact that it is always difficult for a mid-term addition to integrate.So you can understand why he has not always been on the same wavelength as his team-mates.But the evidence of yesterday is that things can only get better.Sanchez is going to be a big part of the next chapter at this club. For any other club, an FA Cup, League Cup, Europa League, Community Shield and now another FA Cup final would show real signs of progress over the space of three seasons.Sir Alex Ferguson raised the bar so high, however, that this is considered barely enough.After all, it was not that long ago that United fans were in this stadium for a Champions League final.But times have changed and Sir Alex now looks on from the stands on these occasions.Manchester United 2-1 Tottenham: Red Devils comeback thanks to Alexis Sanchez and Ander Herrera as they reach FA Cup final This is the Mourinho era and, despite his detractors, he is the man United needed.The man to stabilise a club that had fallen dramatically from their perch.No, it is not the football from the glory days under Fergie but neither is it as bad as some would have you believe.Since late February, United have beaten all four teams closest to them in the league in Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and now Spurs.6 Alexis Sanchez is saluted by his Manchester United manager Jose MourinhoCredit: PA:Empics SportMOST READ IN FOOTBALLRETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordExclusiveLOCK CLOWNPaul Scholes flouts local lockdown rules by throwing huge 7-hour birthday bashPicturedMADD FOR ITPrem aces Dele, Maddison & Grealish enjoy hard-earned break in sun-soaked IbizaLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea transfer news LIVE: Havertz deal LATEST, Willian move updatesLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesMISS-RON IMPOSSIBLERonaldo LOSES Golden Boot race after axe from Juve squad for final gameIt is daft performances like those against Sevilla and West Brom, away at Huddersfield and Newcastle that they need to get rid of.Do that and they are a major force once again.There is no lack of quality in this squad and there will be more players coming this summer to join Sanchez and Co, you can be sure of that.The Chilean threw his shirt from the dugout to a fan just before the final whistle.CLAIM YOUR FREE £30 BET Check out this new sign up offer from Sun BetsA real keepsake for someone to remember a performance from a player who hauled United back and then beyond Tottenham.A Tottenham who have had plenty of plaudits while holes have been picked in this United outfit.Mourinho constantly plugs those.With finals, with trophies and with players who can do what Sanchez did at Wembley yesterday.6 Another view of Manchester United’s Wembley equaliser from Alexis SanchezCredit: EPAA top strike from Ander Herrera helps Manchester United reach the FA Cup final and grabs him a Gillette Precision Play award
SPURS are keen to build on a successful 2017/18 and their third-placed Premier League finish last season.Off the field they are moving to their new home, but have not yet dipped into the transfer market despite the window closing early on August 9.2 Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham are not close to signing anyone at the momentCredit: REUTERSSpurs incomingsPOCHETTINO is yet to welcome any new players to Spurs this summer.Jack Grealish has been linked throughout the window after missing out on promotion with Aston Villa, but the Midlanders are refusing to budge from their £30million valuation.The transfer window has been moved forward this season to try create a level playing field from the off and prevent instability.But Poch is not a fan, saying: “If you compare with Europe I think you are in complete disadvantage and sure it does not help the clubs in the Premier League.”We are all in the same situation in England. It’s clear that today I don’t know if the rest of the teams are happy with that decision.“Personally I think it’s not right. I think it’s right if you agree with all of Europe and all the different countries.”FOOTBALL LATESTLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea news LIVE: Follow all the latest updates from Stamford BridgeLive BlogUNITED LIVEMan Utd news LIVE: All the latest updates and transfer gossip from Old TraffordLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea transfer news LIVE: Havertz deal LATEST, Willian move updatesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesAZPI BETTERAzpilicueta reveals turning off phone saved his season after horror start2 Spurs target Jack Grealish appears to have played his last game for VillaCredit: ReutersSpurs outgoingsIT’S been a similar situation with players leaving Tottenham, as just two have headed through the exit door this summer.Pochettino is keen to hold onto his stars and so far only two fringe players have left the club.They are:Keanan Bennetts (Borussia Monchengladbach) UndisclosedAnton Walkes (Portsmouth) UndisclosedTottenham open new £850m stadium for ‘orientation day’ to fans to check out the view from their new seat