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OFFSIDE DIARY DATES


4th-7th: Cricket - T20 Blast quarter- finals (ecb.co.uk)


4th-8th: Cricket - England v Australia, fourth Ashes Test, Old Trafford (cricket. lancashirecricket.co.uk)


5th-10th: Football - Euro 2020 qualifying (uefa.com)


6th: Rugby Union - England v Italy, St James’ Park; Scotland v Georgia, Edinburgh (englandrugby.com)


12th-16th: Cricket - England v Australia, fifth Ashes Test, The Oval (kiaoval.com)


13th-15th: Golf - Solheim Cup, Gleneagles (solheimcup2019)


14th: Horseracing - St Leger, Doncaster (doncaster-racecourse.co.uk)


3rd: Rugby Union - World Cup, Ireland v Russia, Kobe (englandrugby.com)


5th: Rugby Union - World Cup, England v Argentina, Tokyo (englandrugby.com)


9th: Rugby Union - World Cup, Scotland v Russia, Shizuoka Prefecture; Wales v Fiji, Oita Prefecture (englandrugby.com)


10th: Football - Euro 2020 qualifying, Netherlands v Northern Ireland; Slovakia v Wales; Russia v Scotland (uefa.com)


11th: Football - Euro 2020 qualifying, Czech Republic v England (uefa.com)


12th: Rugby Union - World Cup, England v France, Yokohama; Ireland v Samoa, Fukuoka (englandrugby.com)


12th: Football - Euro 2020 qualifying, Georgia v Republic of Ireland (uefa.com)


12th: Rugby League - Super League Grand Final, Old Trafford (rugby-league.com)


2nd: Rugby Union - World Cup final, Yokohama (englandrugby.com)


9th: Football - Women’s friendly, England v Germany, Wembley Stadium (thefa.com/england)


14th: Football - Euro 2020 qualifying, England v Montenegro, Wembley Stadium (uefa.com)


15th: Rugby Union - European Champions Cup starts (englandrugby.com)


16th: Rugby League - Great Britain v Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby (rugby-league.com)


19th-22nd: Golf - PGA Championship, Wentworth (bmw-golfsport.com)


20th-2 Nov: Rugby Union - World Cup, Japan (englandrugby.com)


21st: Cricket - T20 Blast Finals Day, Edgbaston (edgbaston.com)


22nd: Rugby Union - World Cup, Ireland v Scotland, Yokohama City; England v Tonga, Sapporo (englandrugby.com)


23rd: Rugby Union - World Cup, Wales v Georgia, Toyota (englandrugby.com)


23rd-26th: Cricket - Final round of County Championship matches (ecb.co.uk)


26th: Rugby Union - World Cup, England v USA, Kobe (englandrugby.com)


13th: Rugby Union - World Cup, Wales v Uruguay, Kumamoto; Japan v Scotland, Yokohama (englandrugby.com)


13th: Football - Euro 2020 qualifying, Wales v Croatia; Scotland v San Marino (uefa.com)


14th: Football - Euro 2020 qualifying, Bulgaria v England (uefa.com)


15th: Football - Euro 2020 qualifying, Switzerland v Republic of Ireland (uefa.com)


19th-20th: Rugby Union - World Cup quarter-finals, Japan (englandrugby.com)


19th: Horseracing - British Champions Day, Ascot (ascot.co.uk)


26th: Rugby League - Great Britain v Tonga, Hamilton (rugby-league.com)


26-27th: Rugby Union - World Cup semi-finals, Yokohama (englandrugby.com)


Shane Lowry


“People think that players from other clubs, other countries, are better than the players we have here but without really having the proof, because those players haven’t played here, or whatever else.” Jurgen Klopp trying to convince everyone his Liverpool squad is looking strong ahead of the season.


16th: Football - Euro 2020 qualifying, Northern Ireland v Netherlands; Azerbaijan v Wales; Cyprus v Scotland (uefa.com)


17th: Football - Euro 2020 qualifying, Kosovo v England (uefa.com)


18th: Football - Euro 2020 qualifying, Republic of Ireland v Denmark (uefa.com)


19th: Football - Euro 2020 qualifying, Germany v Northern Ireland; Wales v Hungary; Scotland v Kazakhstan (uefa.com)


“The players, squad and coaches we have at the moment need to be a little bit more confident and arrogant about how good they can actually be going into this World Cup.” Shane Williams urges Wales’ World Cup hopefuls going into the tournament in Japan.


“In some ways it was reminiscent of the emergence of a teenage Severiano Ballesteros when he finished second at the 1976 Open at Royal Birkdale. Here was someone different, playing the game through the force of their personality.” The media reaction to Hinako Shibuno’s extraordinary victory at the Women’s British Open.


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“We don’t have any real stars. Players used to winning are going to have to deal with losing two, three or four games on the spin. That’s a big challenge.” Sheffield United’s Chief Executive Officer, Stephen Bettis on being back in the Premier League.


QUOTE ME HAPPY


“England have two major problems; Brexit and Steve Smith. I am not sure what is the greatest.” Rodney Hogg, former Aussie bowler.


“Part of the job of Root and the coaches between now and the start of the second Test is convincing the rest that Smith is not a creature from outer space who cannot be bowled to.” The BBC’s Jonathan Agnew on Test Match Special.


“Yeah, look, it’s changed my life a little bit. I’m definitely more recognised now, and it makes you feel more comfortable. That’s the way I feel, anyway. They’re not calling me Beef or J.B. Holmes out there. That’s a plus.” Shane Lowry’s hilarious response to how his life has changed since his Open Championship win.


“A few of the bigger blokes could lose a bit of fat up here. With the altitude, you burn more calories, so it’s a bonus,” Welsh prop Tomas Francis sees the benefits of altitude training in the Alps - for some of his teammates.


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