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OFFSIDE DIARY DATES


2nd: Football - EUFA Europa League semi-finals, first legs (uefa.com)


3rd-4th: Rugby Union - Pro14 quarter-finals (pro14rugby.org)


4th: Football - Women’s FA Cup final, Wembley Stadium (thefa.com)


5th: Cricket - England v Pakistan Twenty20, Cardiff (twenty20.com)


7th-8th: Football - UEFA Champions League semi-finals, first legs (uefa.com/uefachampionsleague)


9th: Golf - Betfred British Masters, Hillside Golf Club (europeantour.com)


9th: Football - EUFA Europa League semi-finals, second legs (uefa.com)


11th: Rugby Union - European Champions Cup final, Newcastle (epcrugby.com)


1st: Football - Champions League final, Madrid, Spain


(uefa.com/uefachampionsleague)


1st: Rugby Union - Premiership final, Twickenham (premiershiprugby.com)


1st: Horseracing - Epsom Derby (epsomderby.co.uk)


1st-2nd: Rugby League - Challenge Cup quarter-finals (epcrugby.com/ challenge-cup)


3rd: Cricket - World Cup, England v Pakistan, Trent Bridge (cricketworldcup.com)


6th: Cricket - England v West Indies, first women’s one-day international, Leicester (ecb.co.uk/england/women)


7th-7th July: Football - Women’s World Cup, France


(fifa.com/womensworldcup)


8th: Cricket - World Cup - England v Bangladesh, Cardiff (cricketworldcup.com)


18th: Football - FA Cup final, Wembley Stadium (thefa.com)


24th: Rugby Union - Premiership semi-finals (premiershiprugby.com)


25th: Football - Scottish Cup final, Hampden Park (scottishfa.co.uk)


25th: Rugby union - Pro14 final, Glasgow (pro14rugby.org)


25th: Cricket - One-Day Cup final, Lord’s (lords.org)


25th-26th: Rugby League - Super League Magic Weekend, Liverpool (rugby-league.com)


30th-15 July: Cricket - World Cup in England starts (cricketworldcup.com)


31st: Horseracing - Oaks, Epsom (epsomderby.co.uk)


9th: Cricket - England v West Indies, second women’s one-day international, Worcester (ecb.co.uk/england/women)


13th: Cricket - England v West Indies, third women’s one-day international, Chelmsford (ecb.co.uk/england/women)


14th: Cricket - World Cup, England v West Indies, Southampton (cricketworldcup.com)


16th-30th: Football - European Under-21 Championship, Italy and San Marino (uefa.com)


18th: Cricket - World Cup - England v Afghanistan, Old Trafford (cricketworldcup.com)


18th-22nd: Horseracing - Royal Ascot (ascot.co.uk)


20th-23rd: Golf - KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, Hazeltine


(kpmgwomenspgachampionship.com)


30th: Cricket - World Cup - England v India, Edgbaston (cricketworldcup.com)


1st-14th: Tennis - Wimbledon (wimbledon.com)


3rd: Cricket - World Cup, England v New Zealand, Chester- le-Street (cricketworldcup.com)


7th: Football - Women’s World Cup final, France (fifa.com/womensworldcup)


9th: Cricket - World Cup - first semi-final, Old Trafford (cricketworldcup.com)


11th: Cricket - World Cup - second semi- final, Edgbaston (cricketworldcup.com)


14th: Cricket - World Cup final, Lord’s (cricketworldcup.com)


18th-21st: Golf - The Open, Royal Portrush (portrush2019open.com)


24-28th: Cricket - England v Ireland Test, Lord’s (lords.org)


27-28th: Rugby league - Challenge Cup semi-finals (rugby-league.com/ challengecup)


30th-3rd: Horseracing - Glorious Goodwood (goodwood.com)


To have your event included in this magazine diary section, please email details to kerry@pitchcare.com


Dan Biggar


“Klopp got caught up in the moment, but was it that big a deal? I appreciate why Evertonians hated seeing it. To be fair, if I was in Marco Silva’s position, I would have been fuming if I’d seen the opposition manager galloping off in that manner. Peter Crouch speaks out about Jurgen Klopp getting fined £8,000 for celebration.


“There has been a lot of chaos. I suppose there was a bit of me during the Six Nations thinking that I couldn’t have timed this move a huge amount better. The lads were asking me for the lottery numbers for the following week because they thought I could see into the future.” Dan Biggar claimed that winning a trophy with Northampton would mean more to him than a Grand Slam.


“Sir Alex Ferguson’s legacy has been a millstone around Davie Moyes, Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho’s necks. It dragged them all down and out of Old Trafford.” Ex-United forward Alan Brazil believes Ferguson is partly culpable.


“I think my players are at the level where our big clubs have got to open their stadiums. Man United Women let people in for free when they play at Leigh, so why can’t you at Old Trafford?” Phil Neville wants clubs such as Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea to “throw open” their stadiums for women’s matches.


QUOTE ME HAPPY


“I love to see her doing all right, and if she’s not, then I’m sad. But I’m not attached anymore – mentally, emotionally or physically. I got divorced and have a beautiful wife, so I’m living the dream.” – Tony Adams likened his relationship with Arsenal to that of an ex-wife as he has battled to move on from his football career.


“Nothing is won tonight. In what do I take comfort? Well, Roger Federer put on a majestic masterclass so I am happy about that. Of course I am happy that although nothing won tonight here in this chamber, at the Emirates Arsenal did win 2-0.” John Bercow comments amid Theresa May’s Brexit farce.


“If you think you can do a better job, have a go.” The long-running friction between Chris Kermode and Novak Djokovic contributed significantly to his downfall, leaving the chairman in dead man’s shoes.


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