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Sky Sports Today - 3rd December

  • [southampton]POCHETTINO PRESSER
    After losing at the Emirates and Stamford Bridge, Mauricio Pochettino hopes his Southampton side can get back to winning ways on Wednesday against a dangerous Aston Villa outfit.


    12/3/2013 9:54:08 AM
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    12/3/2013 9:56:44 AM
  • [arsenal]WORDS FROM WENGER
    Next up on the Premier League press conference circuit is Arsene Wenger, whose table-topping Arsenal team host Hull City on Wednesday night. It seems everyone wants to hear from the Gunners boss...


    12/3/2013 9:59:28 AM
  • [arsenal]WORDS FROM WENGER
    Arsene Wenger says Carl Jenkinson is set to replace Bacary Sagna for Arsenal at home to Hull, who he believes can afford to play with a certain freedom at the Emirates...


    12/3/2013 10:06:53 AM
  • [skysportsnews] SALLY'S HERE
    Coming up at 10:30 on Sky Sports News, Sally Gunnell joins Vicky Gomersall for Sportswomen where they will preview Thursday's Sunday Times/Sky Sports Sports Women of the Year Awards. Here they are preparing in the Sky Studios first floor cafe.

    Join Vicky Gomersall and Sally Gunnell for Sportswomen on SSN at 10:30 

    12/3/2013 10:15:12 AM
  • [skysportsnews]PAPER REVIEW
    Sports journalist Patrick Barclay joined Mike Wedderburn in the Sky Cafe earlier to go through the morning editions. Roy Hodgson has angered Liverpool fans according to the back pages after revealing he played an injured Daniel Sturridge, while on England duty, to test his resolve. There's also discussion about Tom Daley's personal announcement.

    Roy Hodgson faces wrath of Liverpool fans over Daniel Sturridge - Paper Talk Dec 3rd
    by Jon Holmes via YouTube
    12/3/2013 10:16:20 AM
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    12/3/2013 10:18:57 AM
  • [nfl]SEAHAWKS CELEBRATE
    It's taken until week 13 but the Seattle Seahawks have become the first team to qualify for the NFL play-offs. Their impressive run of form continued on Monday night with a superb 34-7 win over the New Orleans Saints, a result inspired by three touchdowns from quarterback Russell Wilson.

    Russell Wilson making Seahawks into genuine Super Bowl contender 
    12/3/2013 10:23:27 AM
  • [fl72]CRAWLEY GO FOR GREGORY
    John Gregory is back in management with Crawley Town. His last job in this country was at QPR, whom he left in 2007, but the 59-year-old has since managed in Israel and Kazakhstan.


    12/3/2013 10:25:15 AM
  • [cardiff]AWAY DAYS FOR CARDIFF
    Cardiff have back-to-back away games this week - first up is a Wednesday night encounter at Stoke, followed by a trip to Crystal Palace on Saturday. Malky Mackay's been talking to the media this morning...


    12/3/2013 10:30:21 AM
  • [cricket]ENGLAND DUO UP FOR GONG
    A confidence boost for two of the tourists ahead of the second Ashes Test against Australia in Adelaide - England duo Alastair Cook and James Anderson have both been nominated for the ICC Test Cricketer of the Year award. There's also recognition from the ICC for Joe Root and Graeme Swann, while Charlotte Edwards and Anya Shrubsole are up for the Women's ODI Cricketer of the Year prize.

    12/3/2013 10:39:00 AM
  • [audio]SKY SPORTS NEWS RADIO
    Former Crystal Palace boss Iain Dowie has been talking to SSNR this morning about the task ahead for Tony Pulis at Selhurst Park - he insists there's one thing that the former Stoke manager has to try and change immediately. Also worth checking out is last night's Cricket Special - Anthony McGrath, Liam Plunkett, Chris Silverwood and Ian Harvey were all on hand to give their thoughts and opinions in an hour-long show ahead of the second Ashes Test.

    12/3/2013 10:45:54 AM
  • [chelsea]CESAR'S SPANISH LESSON
    It seems Chelsea and Spain right-back Cesar Azpilicueta must have grown tired of people mispronouncing his surname, as he's taken to YouTube today to deliver his own guide on how to say it properly!

    ATH PILLY KWETA
    by Jon Holmes via YouTube
    12/3/2013 10:57:23 AM
  • [fl72] EVANS FOCUSED ON MILLERS
    Much speculation in recent days about Steve Evans' future with Rotherham United, amid links with the vacancy at Sheffield Wednesday. But the Scotsman remains focused on his role at the New York Stadium...

    I can confirm I was called to a meeting with my chairman Tony Stewart and chief operating officer Paul Douglas this morning. The meeting was primarily to discuss a matter which relates to the press speculation over the last 24 hours. in that meeting I reiterated my commitment to Rotherham United FC and the project I started some 18 months ago.

    Sky Bet still have Evans as their 4/6 favourite to take over from Dave Jones with Neil Warnock at 5/1 and Stuart Pearce 7/1 (odds subject to change)

    Steve Evans not looking to end his Rotherham project 
    12/3/2013 10:58:08 AM
  • [recommend]HAPPY BIRTHDAY
    Many happy returns to Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien, 31 today, and also Atletico Madrid and Spain ace David Villa, who's 32.


    12/3/2013 11:04:23 AM
  • [fl72]BRISTOL CITY CONFIRM COTTERILL
    The news broken earlier this morning is now official as Steve Cotterill takes over from Sean O'Driscoll at Ashton Gate. His first test is an FA Cup second-round tie against Tamworth on Sunday.


    12/3/2013 11:06:41 AM
  • [hull] BRUCE BACKS OWNER

    Steve Bruce admits he is fed up with all the talk about Hull City's potential name change and wishes the headlines had been dominated by his side's win over Liverpool at the weekend. And he thinks Assem Allam's comments about the club's fans have been misconstrued.

    12/3/2013 1:12:01 PM
  • MORE MANAGER NEWS...

    12/3/2013 1:16:46 PM
  • [fl72] WILDER TO POMPEY?
    Even more manager news...
    Oxford United have agreed to let their manager Chris Wilder speak to Portsmouth about their managerial vacancy
    Is Chris Wilder the answer to Portsmouth's prayers? 
    12/3/2013 1:19:20 PM
  • [rugby-league] GOOD NEWS FOR BRONCOS?
    Sky Sports understands that London Broncos are involved in "positive talks" with regard to securing a home for next season as they look to avoid going into administration.

    Will the Broncos play next season? If so, where?


    12/3/2013 1:25:52 PM
  • [manchestercity] KOMPANY BACK
    Some positive news for Manuel Pellegrini as captain Vincent Kompany returns to the Manchester City squad for Wednesday's trip to West Brom in the Premier League. Kompany has been out for nearly two months with a thigh injury and his return will bolster their defensive options.

    Vincent Kompany has been out for two months but could return Wednesday 

    12/3/2013 1:43:44 PM
  • [football] GOALS!
    Make sure you check out the best of last week's strikes from around the world of football with the latest edition in our Goals! series.
    12/3/2013 1:46:09 PM
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    12/3/2013 1:49:57 PM
  • [manchesterunited] TAKING POT SHOTS!
    Marouane Fellaini, Ashley Young and Nani put their trust in each other's accuracy in the latest installment of the bwin Skills Series. Can Fellaini emerge unscathed as his two Manchester United team-mates take aim at targets either side of his face?

    Manchester United's Young, Fellaini and Nani show off their skills
    by Alex Williams via YouTube

    12/3/2013 2:05:37 PM
  • [rugby-league] SAINT FOR LIFE?
    James Roby commits his future to St Helens by signing a new five-year deal - he hopes it will be the deal that confirms him as a one-club man.
    James Roby has a new five-year contract to celebrate
    12/3/2013 2:09:25 PM
  • [manchesterunited] MOYES REFLECTS
    David Moyes has been speaking about his time with Everton as he prepares to go to Goodison Park as Manchester United manager for the first time since he left over the summer. 
    I had a great time at Everton. It was a great club for me at the time in my career when I left Preston North End. They were fabulous to me, they gave me the chance to succeed the best I could at the club. We had one or two early years when it was a bit up and down but overall we had a pretty good level of consistency and tended to finish pretty high up the division.

    It seems he is not quite sure what sort of reception he will get though...
    I think the reception could be mixed at times but I think they know their football and they know where the club has gone. I think more importantly they will understand the players in the team, the majority I brought in and I think they will understand there were a lot of good players brought in. But it's football and you never know.

    David Moyes in his Everton days - will he be all smiles tomorrow night? 
    12/3/2013 2:19:04 PM
  • [olympics] SUPPORT FOR DALEY
    Former Wales rugby union player Gareth Thomas offers his support to Tom Daley, who revealed he is in a relationship with a man on Monday.

    Tom Daley - continuing to get support from fellow sportsmen 

    12/3/2013 2:41:49 PM
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    12/3/2013 2:46:41 PM
  • [golf] GEARING UP FOR NEDBANK
    Henrik Stenson is one of the stars competing in the Nedbank Golf Challenge Pro-Am today. The in-form Swede will be hoping for another victory when the tournament proper gets underway on Thursday, live on Sky Sports 4 HD.

    12/3/2013 2:56:08 PM
  • [sunderland] O'SHEA BOOST
    Good news for Gus Poyet with John O'Shea returning to training on Tuesday ahead of tomorrow night's clash at home to Chelsea. The former Manchester United defender was hurt towards the end of the 0-0 draw with Aston Villa but should be able to face the Blues.
    John O'Shea looks like being fit to face Chelsea tomorrow
    12/3/2013 3:00:31 PM
  • [f1] HULKENBERG RETURNS
    Nico Hulkenberg will return to Force India for the 2014 season. The German driver spent two years with Vijay Mallya's outfit (one as a test driver) before leaving for Sauber in 2013. The other Force India seat for next year is still to be decided, with the future of Britain's Paul di Resta uncertain. 
    At some point I had to make a decision on my future, not to be left out or left without a seat. At Force India I really felt they wanted me.



    12/3/2013 3:14:04 PM
  • [fl72] TWEET MY GOAL
    We take a look at the past weekend's Football League action as seen through the eyes of Twitter.
    12/3/2013 4:39:59 PM
  • [cricket] ASHES PODCAST EXTRA
    The second Test of this winter's Ashes series will get underway at midnight tomorrow night and England's team selection is still up in the air. Jonathan Trott has headed home and the debate over who should take his place at No 3 has continued in the Sky Sports Ashes podcast.
    You can watch day one of the second Ashes Test between Australia and England on Sky Sports 2 HD tomorrow from 11pm.
    12/3/2013 4:55:15 PM
  • [horse-racing] BIG DAY FOR KING
    A nice landmark success for trainer Alan King at Southwell this afternoon when Sego Success provided him with his 1,000th winner in Britain and Ireland.
    Alan King: 1,000 up for Barbury Castle trainer
    12/3/2013 5:03:01 PM
  • [recommend] ON SKY SPORTS...
    Tonight's menu is chock full of goodness. Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports News are the places to be for your football action from 7.30. Both channels are showing a Gillette Soccer Special which includes goals from the Sky Bet Championship as they go in. Sky Sports 2 at 7.00 has the second day of the Mosconi Cup pool from Las Vegas as Europe look to add to the 5-0 lead they built up on Monday. On Sky Sports 3 at 7.30 you can watch some top-class greyhound racing from Romford, where the highlight is the Coral Essex Vase and Sky Sports 4 is the place to be for Ladies European Tour golf highlights as well as more classics from the Solheim Cup vault.

    Can Danny Ings fire Burnley to victory against Watford this evening? 
    12/3/2013 5:48:49 PM
  • [tottenham] BRAD BACKING AVB
    Brad Friedel says Tottenham's players are firmly behind manager Andre Villas-Boas after a week in which he has had to deal with stories of disharmony and boos from a section of the White Hart Lane crowd.
    Brad Friedel says the time has come to get off AVB's back
    12/3/2013 6:02:48 PM
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