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Sport SPORTS AGENDA: Southampton rage at Big Picture duo

03:10  19 october  2020
03:10  19 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Pink balances a cup on her head during ockdown game of beer pong

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Last week’s Premier League meeting, at which Project Big Picture was blown out of the water pretty much from the off, was an entertaining affair with clubs unafraid to vent their anger at Manchester United and Liverpool.

One of many to land a punch was Southampton who, sources say, were ‘apoplectic’ with the pair.

As revealed by Sportsmail, Saints are close to clinching a lucrative takeover and they were furious at what they saw as reckless actions which could have undermined the Premier League product — and put their own sale in jeopardy.

a sign on an awning on the side of a building: Southampton vented their anger at Manchester United and Liverpool at last week's meeting © Provided by Daily Mail Southampton vented their anger at Manchester United and Liverpool at last week's meeting

Team Doyle unimpressed with ITV

Jockey Hollie Doyle and her partner Tom Marquand were the stars of British Champions Day at Ascot with two winners each.

Amanda Holden and David Walliams leave BGT studios

  Amanda Holden and David Walliams leave BGT studios The judges were joined by presenter Declan Donnelly as they made their exits in separate chauffeur-driven cars after making preparations for the big night. David, 49, looked smart in a blue velvet suit and black satin bow-tie as he cuddled his beloved pooch while he headed home.

Southampton striker Charlie Austin launched an astonishing rant at the match officials after Saturday's 1-1 draw with Watford at St Mary's. The home team were leading 1-0 through Manolo Gabbiadini's first-half goal when Austin thought he had doubled their advantage with a deflected strike midway through

The Spanish giants are ready to give the out-of-favour duo a route out of north-London but only if Spurs accept player-plus-cash deals for the pair. Barcelona have made surprise enquiry about the out-of-favour Tottenham duo . Tanguy Ndombele and Ryan Sessegnon cost a combined £80m last summer.

Doyle is sponsored by Sky Sports Racing and there was irritation in her team that the Sky logo on her vest was marbled out in a pre-recorded interview shown on ITV during Saturday’s coverage.

United's Kick It Out contribution to help with refereeing diversity

Sports Agenda readers may remember the news that Manchester United were to send funds raised from fans paying for Black Lives Matter on the back of their jerseys to Kick It Out.

It can now be reported that the cash will pay for a number of initiatives including referee coaching classes for local black and minority ethnic students, in what is hoped will be a move that eventually diversifies the pool of officials in the professional game, while allowing youngsters to pocket some money while refereeing grassroots matches.

Southampton must trust Hasenhuttl in pursuit of late Deeney move

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The duo could hardly keep their hands to themselves as they posed side-by-side in front of the port on the Baltic coast of Poland. Lewandowski posted the picture to his Instagram account as the couple, who celebrate their one-year wedding anniversary later this month, cosied up.

a man holding a football ball on a field: Man United donated the money raised from selling black Lives Matter on shirts to Kick It Out © Provided by Daily Mail Man United donated the money raised from selling black Lives Matter on shirts to Kick It Out

Robertson's new role a relief for old department

Having Sir Hugh Robertson as chair of the British Olympic Association for a second term will be a source of welcome relief at his old department — Digital, Culture, Media and Sport — given that the BOA are one of a handful of sports bodies unlikely to be seeking Government support as a result of the pandemic.

They are managing their own finances despite the postponed Tokyo Olympic Games.

Rooney's calling the shots at Derby

Wayne Rooney’s growing influence at Derby is illustrated by the fact he is calling transfer targets to join him at Pride Park. Rooney hit the phones pre-deadline day. It may not be long before making such calls is part of his job description.

Owner Mel Morris laughed off a report Rooney would be installed should Derby lose to Watford last Friday, but manager Phillip Cocu is under big pressure after the 1-0 defeat left his side fourth from bottom in the Championship.

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The fallout from Deontay Wilder's scuffle with Tyson Fury raged on ever after the two fighters were separated - as the Bronze Bomber flew into a rage at reporters over their questioning.

The brothers are pictured with their mother, Lynne, and the Premier League trophy. Natasha and Rhodri pictured together during their marriage, before the affair was revealed. Topping it off, Giggs tells the viewer as he climbs into a convertable sports car: 'Loyalty gets you nowhere.

Wayne Rooney holding a football ball: Derby captain Wayne Rooney’s has been calling transfer targets to join him at Pride Park © Provided by Daily Mail Derby captain Wayne Rooney’s has been calling transfer targets to join him at Pride Park

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Differing fortunes for Lewis and Irani

There was a very different fate for two senior British administrators in the murky world of sport politics last week. Sarah Lewis was surprisingly fired as general secretary of the Global Skiing Federation (FIS) following a vote expressing a complete lack of confidence in her, while septuagenarian Dr Mike Irani found himself the surprise interim president of the troubled International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) following a board coup which ousted the American interim president.

Lewis may still attempt to run as a presidential candidate in next year’s FIS elections despite not having the required backing from her national ski federations — in this case Switzerland and GB, where Lewis has dual citizenship.

Irani has the almost impossible task of rapidly reforming the federation in order to keep its Olympic Games status.

Surface Duo: The battery puffs up after just a few charging cycles

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Di Maria did not enjoy the best of times in England, but he looked relaxed as he trained alongside his PSG team-mates on the eve of Tuesday's first leg. Along with Kylian Mbappe, 30-year-old Di Maria will be one of the biggest names on PSG's Old Trafford

Duo were dropped for game against Leicester City three days later. City deny they were dropped because of the fall out by Manuel Pellegrini. ‘He was raging . Others had to get involved to stop it.’ According to reports, Pellegrini sided with the Brazilian, which prompted more fury from Kompany

This follows allegations by German media of corruption and a doping cover-up under former IWF leader Tamas Ajan.

a close up of a man: Sarah Lewis was surprisingly fired as general secretary of the Global Skiing Federation © Provided by Daily Mail Sarah Lewis was surprisingly fired as general secretary of the Global Skiing Federation

Mo's new role

A strange move from Sir Mo Farah. The London 2012 hero has been named as ambassador for the Djibouti Ports and Free Zones Authority, in a partnership which officials say will see them ‘work together to unleash Africa’s potential’.

What they make of the link-up at rival port Berbera, which is in Somaliland, where many of Farah’s family live, remains to be seen.

European Championship could go one of three ways

Organisers of the delayed European Championship have been telling major sponsors that they are looking at three options for the tournament, which is set to take place next summer.

They include a ‘normal’ event with full attendances, reduced crowds and matches behind closed doors. Officials have added that they are ‘90 per cent sure’ the tournament will go ahead, with further updates due in December.

Strong PPV numbers for United vs Newcastle

The Premier League and broadcasters are remaining tight-lipped over take-up on the £14.95 matches this weekend, but it is understood that Manchester United’s trip to Newcastle United on Saturday night proved popular.

Kaley Cuoco's Big Bang Theory co-star pokes fun at her on Instagram

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It remains to be seen how revenue generated will be split with talks on the matter expected at the end of the month. But the likes of United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward may well use the figures to strengthen their argument.

a group of young men playing a game of football: Manchester United’s trip to Newcastle United on Saturday night proved popular on PPV © Provided by Daily Mail Manchester United’s trip to Newcastle United on Saturday night proved popular on PPV

UEFA's magazine request met with anger

A request from UEFA that they see matchday magazines for approval a week before Europa League matches is causing headaches at UK-based clubs.

One explained: ‘It’s ludicrous. How on earth they think it’s ready by then is beyond me, and why we even need their approval is another matter. What do they think is going to be in there?’

MCC looking to let 35 go

Last week, this column reported how the MCC — fresh from pocketing £23million for controversial life memberships — were considering redundancies. It is understood that they are looking at letting 35 members of staff go

Journalists get more than they bargained for at Freeman tribunal

While the decision to release Dr Richard Freeman’s witness statements in full to the press at his medical tribunal was welcome, journalists were not expecting to see confidential medical details of riders, their issues and subsequent treatments widely unredacted.

While none of those details were placed into the public domain, the disclosure triggered alarm bells at furious British Cycling, who contacted each named party. A complaint may not be far away.

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