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Daily Archives: September 17, 2018

Quakes fire first-year head coach Mikael Stahre, assistant

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — The San Jose Earthquakes have fired first-year head coach Mikael Stahre with the team sitting at the bottom of the Western Conference standings. San Jose named Steve Ralston interim head coach Monday for the team’s remaining six matches while making the announcement of the coaching change. The team also dismissed assistant coach Alex de Crook. ...

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Murray penalty earns Brighton point at Southampton

Glenn Murray has scored five times in his past six starts against Southampton Glenn Murray struck a stoppage-time penalty as Brighton came from two goals down for the second consecutive game to earn a dramatic point at Southampton. Murray’s fourth goal in five games came when referee Anthony Taylor ruled James Ward-Prowse had shoved Shane Duffy. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg… BBC Sport ...

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Tour Championship 2018 odds: Surprising picks by advanced model that predicted Bryson DeChambeau's run

A new champion will be crowned this week as the top 30 players in the FedEx Cup standings tee it up at the 2018 Tour Championship. Bryson DeChambeau, who won the Northern Trust and Dell Technologies Championship to start the Playoffs, enters the Tour Championship 2018 as the leader with 5,789 points. He’s looking to become the first player since ...

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DeChambeau paired with Rose at East Lake

The top 30 players have made it to East Lake for the Tour Championship and a shot at the FedExCup title. Here are the scenarios for all 30 players to win the season-long points race. 1. Bryson DeChambeau • Wins the Tour Championship, wins the FedExCup • Has a chance to win with a top-six finish • Can finish as ...

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Sangmoon Bae wins on Tour, earns back PGA Tour card after serving in South Korean military

This time three years ago, Sangmoon Bae was about to finish up the 2014-15 PGA Tour season, play in the Presidents Cup and head off into the South Korean military for a required two years of service. Over two years later, he returned to the PGA Tour but was unsuccessful in keeping his card after finishing well outside the top ...

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