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  • Allardyce admits 'judgement' error in England farce

    Allardyce admits 'judgement' error in England farce

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    Allardyce admits 'judgement' error in England farce

    Sam Allardyce admitted an "error of judgement" on Wednesday after his one-game career as England manager came to a humiliating end following controversial comments made to undercover reporters. "Entrapment has won on this occasion and I have to accept that," Allardyce told reporters outside his home in Bolton, northwest England. "Unfortunately it was an error of judgement on my behalf and I've paid the consequences," he added the morning after he was forced out following a mere 67 days in …

  • Arabs greet Peres death with silence and animosity

    Arabs greet Peres death with silence and animosity

    Associated Press
    Arabs greet Peres death with silence and animosity

    Israel's Shimon Peres was widely admired around the world as a peacemaker and visionary, but the view in the Arab world was more complex: Memories linger of another Peres, who built up Israel's military ... …

  • England should wait for Wenger, says former FA chief

    England should wait for Wenger, says former FA chief

    Reuters
    England should wait for Wenger, says former FA chief

    By Chris Bertram MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Arsene Wenger would be an ideal England coach and the Football Association should be prepared to wait until his Arsenal contract runs out in order to appoint the Frenchman, former FA executive director David Davies has said. The FA is seeking a new England boss after Sam Allardyce left the position on Tuesday, following a sting by the Daily Telegraph newspaper, having spent just 67 days in the job. Davies, who spent more than a decade at the …

  • Everton coping without Stones, says Jagielka

    Everton coping without Stones, says Jagielka

    Omnisport
    Everton coping without Stones, says Jagielka

    In spite of the big-money sale of John Stones to Manchester City, Everton are already showing defensive improvements, says Phil Jagielka. …

  • Trump's stance on nuclear restraint is ambiguous

    Trump's stance on nuclear restraint is ambiguous

    Associated Press
    Trump's stance on nuclear restraint is ambiguous

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump's ambiguous answer to a debate question on nuclear restraint raised doubts about his understanding of the issue. On the other hand, his words — by design or coincidence — mirror the nub of a policy argument the administration is wrestling with in the final months of Barack Obama's presidency. …