Morning brief: Russia to invest about $500M in India, Syrian rebels capture Isis stronghold of Dabiq, Tyson Gay's daughter killed and more
Swansea manager Bob Bradley is convinced the Swans can turn the things around in the Premier League, despite suffering a disappointing 3-2 defeat at Arsenal in his first game in charge.The American boss rued the defensive mistakes made by his players in Theo Walcotts early two goals, but still took plenty of positives from the loss.
Oct 16, 2016
Arsene Wenger has told Granit Xhaka he has to learn from his mistake after the Arsenal summer signing left the Gunners with 10-men during the 3-2 win over Swansea on Saturday (15 October). The French boss believes that the red card was harsh but admitted he will need to speak with the midfielder as the Gunners suffered a lot to secure all the three points.
Oct 16, 2016
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- BREAKING: Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn arrested for under-reporting income
- Amritsar blast: Punjab CM Amarinder Singh suspects ISI hand behind grenade attack
- Sabarimala: 'Devotees not terrorists, why need 15,000 cops here,' asks KJ Alphons
- Virat Kohli is doing what he wants in Indian cricket: Bishen Singh Bedi
- India vs Australia: It will be an interesting Test series but hosts will win 4-0: Glenn McGrath
- Alexander Zverev 'new superstar' in tennis, Novak Djokovic will dominate next year: Boris Becker
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- India vs Australia: Australian bowlers reveal plans to counter Rohit Sharma