Demons send former top draft pick Jack Watts to Power

Demons send former top draft pick Jack Watts to Power

Posted October 17, 2017 19:20:03 Photo: Jack Watts (L) will get a new start at Port Adelaide after Melbourne agreed to a trade. (AAP: Julian Smith) Related Story: Rockliff’s Power move from Lions confirmed Related Story: Steven Motlop the latest player to join the Power Jack Watts says he has no hard feelings toward Melbourne after he was traded to Port Adelaide. Watts joined high-profile free agents Tom Rockliff and Steve Motlop at the Power, who only had to part with pick 31 to satisfy the Demons. The former number…

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Lindsey Vonn targets history

Lindsey Vonn targets history

Not only is Lindsey Vonn trying to beat Ingemar Stenmark’s World Cup record of 86 victories, she’ll also be competing in an Olympic Games for the first time since she clinched the Olympic downhill title in Vancouver in 2010. She missed the 2014 Sochi Olympics because of injury. “I am going to mainly focus on the Olympics this season and of course, I’ll try to win World Cups,” the 32-year-old American, the most successful woman in World Cup history with 77 victories, told CNN during an interview at the French…

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Goalkeeper dies after collision with teammate

Goalkeeper dies after collision with teammate

Updated October 16, 2017 10:20:56 Video: Goalkeeper dies after collision with teammate (ABC News) A goalkeeper has died after a heavy collision with a teammate during an Indonesian Super League match on Sunday. Choirul Huda, 38, was a legend at East Javan club Persela, making his debut in 1999 and was lauded by fans as a one-club hero. Huda had come racing out of his area to smother a loose ball, only for teammate Ramon Rodrigues to collide with him in the process. The painful coming together saw Rodrigues’ knee…

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Milan Derby: Rivals experience contrasting fortunes

Milan Derby: Rivals experience contrasting fortunes

Summer 2017 Transfer Window Deals Naby Keita: RB Leipzig – Liverpool ($62 million) – After starring for RB Leipzig last season, Liverpool agreed a deal for Naby Keita to move to Merseyside in July 2018. The $62 million deal will be a club record for Liverpool and will make Keita the most expensive African player ever. The Guinean international was included in last seasons Bundesliga Team of the Year, and will look to solidify Liverpool’s worries in central midfield following Jordan Henderson’s long term injury problems. Summer 2017 Transfer Window…

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