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The Beast is back
“I'm in a great moment and I hope to have better than this but, yes, my feelings and my game make me think this could be the best moment.”
After another busy night of Europa League action for Everton on Thursday evening they embarked on the flight back from Germany in the early hours of Friday morning. Such is the relentless world of football that they now make the trip to Tottenham for Super Sunday.
Eagles dominate in Dallas
Mark Sanchez exorcised the ghost of Thanksgiving Day past as he produced a fine display to help the Philadelphia Eagles to a dominant 33-10 victory over the Dallas Cowboys.
Pele rejects health concerns
Pele's condition is improving in a Sao Paulo hospital with the Brazilian football legend insisting it is "nothing serious".
Galatasaray axe boss Prandelli
Galatasaray have sacked former Italy World Cup coach Cesare Prandelli following a string of poor results that culminated in their exit from the Champions League.
Deila pleased to progress
Manager Ronny Deila believes Celtic have got what it takes to cope with the threat posed by Champions League third-placed teams in the next phase of the Europa League.
Australia media honours Hughes
The tragic death of batsman Phillip Hughes dominated the front pages of Australia's media on Friday, while there are plenty of supportive words for Sean Abbott who bowled the fatal ball.
Tottenham face UEFA sanctions
Tottenham face an anxious wait on whether they will be punished after their Europa League victory over Partizan Belgrade was suspended, overshadowing their progress to the knockout stages.
Dyke: Rooney Rule edging closer
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke expects a version of the Rooney Rule to come into effect in English football in the not too distant future.
Martinez lauds Everton display
Everton manager Roberto Martinez was delighted with his side’s clinical display as they qualified for the Europa League knockout stages by topping Group H with a 2-0 win over Wolfsburg.
McKinlay joins Moyes in Spain
David Moyes has appointed former Watford boss and fellow Scot Billy McKinlay to his coaching team at Real Sociedad.
Hall warns Tan to keep quiet
Former Cardiff director Mike Hall has warned Vincent Tan not to get involved in the Dave Whelan affair for the sake of the Championship club.
Stambouli fires Spurs to victory
Tottenham face UEFA sanctions after their 1-0 Europa League home win over Partizan Belgrade was suspended, overshadowing their progress to the knockout stages.
Europa League last 32 takes shape
The line-up for the last 32 of the Europa League began to look a little clearer on Thursday night with Everton, Trabzonspor and Fiorentina among the teams to progress to the knockout stages.
Bears lose to fierce Lions
The Detroit Lions bounced back from back-to-back defeats as they came from behind to claim a comfortable 34-17 Thanksgiving Day victory over the Chicago Bears.
Varian lets Khat out of the bag
Roger Varian is hoping Khatiba can continue her good record on the All-Weather in the £19,000 32Red Fillies' Conditions Stakes at Wolverhampton on Friday.
Rangers announce losses
Rangers have announced an operating loss of £8.3million for last season in their annual accounts, a figure which is an improvement on the £14.4million loss for the previous 12 months.
Europa League joy for Everton
Romelu Lukaku's first European goal in four years and Kevin Mirallas' second half strike ensured Everton qualified for the Round of 32 stage of the Europa League by topping Group H.
Shrewsbury sign Passley
Shrewsbury have completed the signing of Fulham defender Josh Passley on loan until January.
O'Sullivan advances on one leg
Ronnie O'Sullivan started his UK Championship campaign with a 6-2 win over Daniel Wells achieved despite playing with a broken ankle.
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