St Kilda Saints, Max King injury, how many weeks, pre-season training, last, emergency

St Kilda striker Max King is expected to undergo shoulder reconstruction following an incident during pre-season. King left the field during Monday’s training session after injuring his left shoulder in a marking match. Scans on Tuesday confirmed the severity of the injury. The club said King would see a surgeon on Wednesday, with a shoulder … Read more

Lance Morris lining up for test debut against West Indies at Adelaide Oval, new Wild Thing, fastest bowler in Australia

Lance Morris’ Western Australian teammates have put the West Indies on notice, with a former Test all-rounder describing him as “the fastest bowler in the country” ahead of what could be his first game for Australia. The Western Australian speedy, who regularly tops nearly 150mph, is one of two new faces on the test team … Read more

Sophie Wessex in awkward confrontation with Frank Skinner

Sophie Wessex had a run-in with British comedian Frank Skinner backstage after watching him sing England’s football song Three Lions at last week’s Royal Variety Performance. The comedian sang the football anthem – known for his line “it’s coming home” – with David Baddiel to an audience including Prince Edward and his wife at the … Read more

Isiah Winder involved in alleged incident in Geelong, West Coast Eagles player, Victoria Police, what happened

West Coast striker Isiah Winder was involved in an alleged incident in Geelong over the weekend that is being investigated by Victoria Police. Ryan Daniels of Seven Perth reported the allegation involved Winder being part of a physical altercation while under the influence of alcohol following the AFL/AFLPA Indigenous and Multicultural Players Summit. Daniels added … Read more

Brazil feature, Neymar support of Jair Bolsonaro, political division, divided over jersey, team colors used by far-right politician

There is perhaps no country more synonymous with football and the World Cup than Brazil – and the South American country loves the sport too. But their famous yellow jersey has become an icon of divisiveness, thanks to their version of Donald Trump — a far-right, fiery one-term president, Jair Bolsonaro. And in turn it … Read more

World Cup Daily, England vs France, quarter final, Eddie Hearn, Ebanie Bridges v Shannon O’Connell, Jules Kounde gold chain, Arsene Wenger comments on protests,

Boxing queen Eddie Hearn has announced that a world title fight in Leeds will take a short break so fans can watch England’s epic World Cup quarter-final against France. Gareth Southgate’s side secured a spot in the next stage of the World Cup with a 3-0 win over Senegal, as France beat Poland 3-1 as … Read more

Australian Open golf 2022: Handshake snub after angry post-round clash between Marina Alex and Julienne Soo

Two golfers got involved in a heated incident during the third round of the Australian Open. A vision of the incident, which you can watch above, shows American Marina Alex charging at Australia’s Julienne Soo after taking the last shot of her round on Saturday. Alex is able to scold Soo as he points to … Read more

Socceroos vs Argentina, Mat Ryan, Copenhagen teammate Kamil Grabara sledging Aussie, news, reaction, World Cup Qatar 2022

Mat Ryan’s clubmate and goalkeeping rival Kamil Grabara has given the boot to the Australian glove maker after his costly mistake against Argentina. The pair have endured a rocky relationship at FC Copenhagen, where Ryan was signed while former Liverpool backup goalkeeper Grabara was injured. Grabara has since returned to oust Ryan from the first … Read more

China’s chilling response to protests in China using facial recognition, AI technology

Facial recognition software identifies protesters. Cell phones are tracked to marches and social media scoured for clues. Beijing is unleashing everything in its dystopian arsenal to quell any repeat of last weekend’s Covid lockdown protests. China’s massive security machine is running at full throttle. The protest areas are closed. Police patrol the streets. People are … Read more