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Dutch American football player Odukoya signs with NFL club

11:05 PM: Dutch American football player Thomas Odukoya has signed a contract in the highest American league, the National Football League (NFL). Odukoya will play for the Tennessee Titans. The Dutch are a rarity in the highest American professional league.

Bournemouth return to Premier League

11:04 PM: Bournemouth are returning to the top English football league after a two-year absence. The team of coach Scott Parker defeated competitor Nottingham Forest 1-0 on Tuesday and is therefore certain of second place in the Championship. Champion Fulham was already certain of promotion.

Substitute Kieffer Moore scored the goal for Bournemouth in the 83rd minute, which has 85 points after 45 rounds. Number 3 Nottingham Forest is on 79 points and now has to focus on the play-offs.

Jeffrey Herlings misses the rest of the motocross season

10:04 PM: Motocross rider Jeffrey Herlings will miss the rest of this season due to surgery. The reigning world champion has already missed the first six games of this year due to a broken left heel. Now the 27-year-old Dutchman, together with his team Red Bull KTM, has opted for surgery for a better recovery, his team announced.

Then an operation will also be done on his right foot, which Herlings had problems with before. “Recovery and rehabilitation from both surgeries means ‘The Bullet’ can enter the winter fit, ready for testing and training with a view to a possible third MXGP title in 2023,” said Red Bull KTM.

De Brabander captured the world title in the MXGP for the second time in November. The first time was in 2018. Other years saw Herlings lose his title chances due to injuries.

Nageeye only Dutch participant at World Championship marathon

8.48 pm: This summer Abdi Nageeye will be the only Dutch participant in the World Championship marathon in Oregon in the United States. This is reported by the Dutch Athletics Union. Nageeye won silver at the Olympic Games in Tokyo last year behind Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge.

The marathon is Sunday 17 July over a course of 14 kilometers. The World Championships in Athletics in Oregon will take place from July 15 to 24.

Three weeks after the World Athletics Championships, the European Athletics Championships are in Munich (15 to 21 August). On the first day of the event, eight Dutchmen participate in the European Championship marathon. The men are Khalid Choukoud, Björn Koreman, Tom Hendrikse and Ronald Schröer and the women Nienke Brinkman, Jill Holterman, Ruth van der Meijden and Bo Ummels.

Wimbledon finalist Anderson (35) stops playing tennis

5:09 PM: Kevin Anderson ends his tennis career. The 35-year-old South African reported this on Twitter on Tuesday. Anderson lost the final of the US Open to Rafael Nadal in 2017 and in 2018 he had to recognize his superiority in the Serbian Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon final.

“My long tennis journey has helped me become the man I am today. Today I finally made the difficult decision to retire from professional tennis,” writes Anderson, who has been dealing with injuries on a regular basis. “As a child, my father always told me that success is not determined by results, but by the effort and sacrifice you make to become the best you can be. I tried my best.”

Anderson started his tennis career in 2007. In 2018 he reached his highest position in the world ranking with fifth place.

Bayern extend contract with Müller until 2024

2:09 p.m.: Bayern Munich has extended the contract with attacker Thomas Müller until 2024. The 32-year-old Müller has been playing for the German record champion since 2000 and signed his first professional contract there in 2008. „I am very happy that I have extended my contract until 2024. The path we have been on since 2000 has been a fantastic success story so far. I enjoy it every year to keep the red colors on and off the field,” says Müller.

Technical director Hasan Salihamidzic is proud that his club has extended the contract with Müller. “You can’t imagine Thomas Müller without Bayern, and neither can Bayern without Müller,” he says.

Bayern recently became national champions in Germany for the tenth time in a row and for Müller it was already his eleventh title with the German superpower.

Ewan leads selection Lotto-Soudal in Giro

12.38 pm: Caleb Ewan will start in the Tour of Italy (6 to 29 May) as the leader of team Lotto Soudal. The Belgian WorldTeam aims for stage victories for the 27-year-old Australian in the sprint stages.

Ewan, who is participating in the Giro for the fourth time, will be assisted in the sprint preparation by the Germans Roger Kluge, Rüdiger Selig and Michael Schwarzmann. The formation also consists of the Belgians Thomas De Gendt, Harm Vanhoucke, Sylvain Moniquet and the Briton Matthew Holmes.

De Gendt will appear at the start of the Giro for the sixth time, while Moniquet will make his debut.

Olympic champion Bencic to tennis tournament Rosmalen

10.50 am: Olympic tennis champion Belinda Bencic will participate in the grass tournament in Rosmalen next month. The 25-year-old Swiss is the number 13 in the world. She took Olympic gold in Tokyo last summer by beating Czech Marketa Vondrousova in the final.

It will be Bencic’s fourth participation at the Autotron. Bencic was in the final in Rosmalen seven years ago. She then lost to the Italian Camila Giorgi.

The Rosmalen tournament will be played from 6 to 12 June. The past two editions were canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak. In the men’s tournament, the tournament already announced the arrival of the Russian Daniil Medvedev.

Phoenix Suns lead in NBA playoffs

7:22 am: The Phoenix Suns basketball players have taken the lead against the Dallas Mavericks in the semifinals of the NBA (Western Conference) playoffs. The Suns won the first game, played in their own Footprint Center, 121-114.

The Suns had to allow Luka Doncic to sign for no less than 45 points on behalf of the Mavericks. He was 1 point away from his personal best in the playoffs. Deandre Ayton was the top scorer on the home side with 25 points. Devin Booker scored 23 points.

The home side immediately led 9-0 and held onto the lead throughout the game. In the last quarter, the team from Dallas came back nicely, but the gap was not closed.

The Suns won the Western Conference last year and lost to the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA Finals.

The Miami Heat took the lead against the Philadelphia 76ers in the Eastern Conference semifinals. In Miami it was 106-92. Tyler Herro was of value to Heat with 25 points, while his availability was uncertain for a long time. He had a disrupted preparation due to a respiratory disease and only joined the team a few hours before the game.

The Sixers had to make do in Florida without Joel Embiid, who suffered a minor concussion and eye socket fracture during the previous playoff meeting. He is also expected to miss the second game, also in Miami.

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Wijndal questions mark for return against Heerenveen | Football



AZ led 2-1 until the 90th minute, but still lost the game. “We played a very creditable game,” said Jansen. “Until the 90th minute there is actually not a penny of pain and we are not bothered by anything.” After the equalizer, the trainer saw his team in trouble. “If you keep a little more peace, you stay away from that. But we can’t manage that and then he falls in nicely after all.”

“We have every confidence in the return match, despite all the negative emotions that naturally come to the surface,” the trainer believes. “We have shown that we are capable of beating Heerenveen.”

Heerenveen coach Ole Tobiasen still sees AZ as a favorite. “We still have nothing to lose,” he says on his club’s website. “AZ must. It’s only one goal difference. We certainly don’t count ourselves rich yet. It can still go either way.”

The game starts on Sunday at 2.30 pm in Alkmaar. The other semi-final is between Vitesse and FC Utrecht.

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Guardiola calls on City fans to behave, Klopp hopes for Gerrard’s help | NOW



Manager Josep Guardiola has urged Manchester City fans to behave well if the club are champions on Sunday. Colleague Jürgen Klopp of competitor Liverpool hopes that Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard can help his former club in the exciting title battle in the Premier League.

Manchester City and Liverpool will decide who will be champions during the last round on Sunday. League-leader City, which is up against Aston Villa, has a one point lead over number two Liverpool. ‘The Reds’ play against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Both title candidates play a home game, which will create a big party in one stadium. In recent days, Everton, Nottingham Forest and Port Vale have gone wild with overjoyed supporters storming onto the pitch. In Nottingham, Sheffield United captain Billy Sharp was headbutted by a fan, while Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira kicked an Everton supporter who was harassing him.

“We have to be very careful, the images of those games were not good,” Guardiola said at his press conference on Friday. “The combination of a lot of emotions, happiness and sometimes alcohol can be very dangerous. We have to behave as best as possible at City on Sunday and celebrate the possible title in the right way.”

The 51-year-old Spaniard can become champion for the tenth time in his coaching career and for the fourth time with City. This was previously possible in 2018, 2019 and 2021. “The title is the most difficult prize to win,” said Guardiola. “The season is so long, you have to deal with injuries and with good and bad moments. You notice that the atmosphere in the dressing room is better when you do well in the Premier League.”

Guardiola, who again has defenders Kyle Walker and John Stones, has urged his players to enjoy Sunday. “Of course the players feel that it is a very important game, but it is just a football game. We have to do what we have done in recent months.”

Standings in Premier League title fight

  • 1. Manchester City: 37-90 (+72)
  • 2. Liverpool: 37-89 (+66)

Klopp: ‘I’m sure Gerrard takes it very seriously’

Liverpool coach Klopp knows that his team is dependent on Aston Villa in the title fight on Sunday. A striking detail is that the club from Birmingham is trained by Gerrard. Klopp expects the Liverpool icon to be very eager to help his former club by achieving a good result against City.

“If I could help Dortmund or Mainz by winning a game, it would give me extra motivation,” Klopp said at his press conference on Friday about the two previous clubs he coached. “I’m sure Gerrard will take Sunday’s game 100 percent seriously, without me having to call him about it.”

The German trainer does not yet know whether he can have Virgil van Dijk, Mohamed Salah and Fabinho, who are struggling with a minor injury, in the home game against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Liverpool are also looking closely at next Saturday’s Champions League final against Real Madrid.

“It all looks good, the boys are making strides,” Klopp said of Van Dijk, Salah and Fabinho’s recovery. “But I have no idea what we will do with them next weekend. I prefer that they all play on Sunday to get some rhythm or at least sit on the bench, but I don’t know if that is possible.”

All Premier League matches start on Sunday at 5 p.m. Dutch time.

Jürgen Klopp (left) hopes for help from Steven Gerrard (right) on Sunday.

Jürgen Klopp (left) hopes for help from Steven Gerrard (right) on Sunday.

Jürgen Klopp (left) hopes for help from Steven Gerrard (right) on Sunday.

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