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Sunday, 14 August 2016

Howe: Bournemouth stronger after previous year

“We’ve seen him, albeit not in full contact training, but I’m excited for the future, I think we could see him in September, maybe late September”. Throw into the mix that Bourenouth are unbeaten in their last four home encounters against Manchester United and this does have the shape of a competitive and entertaining clash – one which we can profit from by backing both teams to score at a fair-looking even money.

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has confirmed winger Junior Stanislas will miss the club’s Premier League opener against Manchester United on Sunday.

He said: ‘I am expecting it to be harder (than last season).

“I think sometimes it does take a result like that to stimulate the players, hopefully we won’t have to wait too long for that feeling this season”. Expectation is high at United and they begin with a tricky trip to Dean Court where Bournemouth impressed last term under Eddie Howe, defying injuries to key players to stay in the division. I think the novelty value will have gone from our players’ perspective, that is a challenge for us that they (should) respond to this season in a positive fashion, not a negative fashion.

“The challenge will be tougher and we need to respond”.

“He played a huge part in our success last season, scoring some vital goals, so it’s great to be able to reward him for that”. Liverpool provide an interesting first challenge as we embark on year two of Mission Jurgen Klopp.

“Many more think the same way as us but they are afraid to say it”. I now want to get 15 goals this season and I think I can do that. “That’s why he is on loan at a Premier League club”.

Jose Mourinho has won six and drawn one of his previous seven Premier League opening matchday fixtures. I came here because of the gaffer and I’ve been with him here a year now. “I just have a big belief in him and I know that he’s the best manager with his staff to improve me as a football player”, the Nowray worldwide, who signed from Blackburn Rovers a year ago, told the Cherries’ website.

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Friday, 5 August 2016

Rio Olympics Begin Today: Here's All You Need To Know for more exiting news visit

Rio Olympics Begin Today: Here's All You Need To Know

The 31st Olympic Games will officially begin in Rio today with the opening ceremony at the Maracana Stadium.

Athletes from 206 nations and a refugee team are in Brazil to compete in 31 sports and be watched by a global audience of billions.

The build-up has been dominated by a Russian doping scandal, the Zika virus and issues with the city's security, infrastructure and venues.

But it is time for the sporting action to take centre stage as the first Olympics in South America begin.

When does it start?

The Games officially take place between 5 and 21 August, but they have actually already started.

The opening ceremony is at midnight BST on Friday but the action kicked off two days ago with the women's football.

An estimated three billion people will watch the ceremony, which has taken five years to produce and includes 300 dancers, 5,000 volunteers and 12,000 costumes.

Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen and Briton Dame Judi Dench are confirmed to have roles in the production before the 207 competing nations take part in the Parade of Nations.

There will be 10,500 athletes from a record 207 nations competing in Rio, including the Refugee Olympic Team, while it will be the first time Kosovo and South Sudan have taken part in the Games.

The Refugee Olympic Team will compete under the Olympic flag and has 10 members - five from South Sudan, two from Syria, two from DR Congo and one from Ethiopia.

With 554 athletes, the United States has the largest Olympic team, but spare a thought for 100m runner Etimoni Timuani, who is the only athlete from the South Pacific nation of Tuvalu.

The Rio Games will be the first to feature Olympians born since the year 2000 - and the youngest is 13-year-old Nepalese swimmer Gaurika Singh.
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