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    FOOTBALL fans have reacted to a disgusting hot dog on offer at non-league club Lancaster City after an image went viral on social media. The semi-professional outfit currently ply their trade in the seventh tier of English football - the Northern Premier League Premier Division. 2Lancaster City supporters are being served up a grim-looking hot dogCredit: Getty 2This is the hot dog which has caused an uproar on social mediaCredit: Instagram / @footballawaydaysinsta But as low down the football pyramid as they are, the food is still well below what supporters would come to expect. That is if you take the hot dog in question as an accurate representation of the sustenance on sale. A photo of the grey, long sausage was posted on Instagram along with the caption: "Imagine paying £4 for a hot dog at Lancaster City and open it up to this." And fans responded in their droves to the dreadful piece of matchday grub. READ MORE IN FOOTBALL'SMITTEN' Spurs ace Eric Dier dating model Anna Modler - ex of former Arsenal star Sanchez One said: "Is...
    AFTER 22 minutes, I had to check the date and confirm it wasn't the first week of January. Because take away the name of the visiting team and this had all the hallmarks of a third-round FA Cup tie. 3Manchester United were totally outclassed by Liverpool at AnfieldCredit: PA 3The gulf in class, commitment and composure was clear to see from the first minuteCredit: Getty One of the Premier League giants drawn at home against a plucky non-league side. Everyone knows the result before a ball is kicked, the home team won't need to get out of second gear, the absolute chasm in fitness levels, confidence and quality will be obvious.  And so it proved. With a quarter of the game gone, it was 2-0 and all 53,000 people inside the stadium knew it was game over.  READ MOREMan Utd news Ronaldo reveals 'devastating loss' as one of his twin babies has diedMAN UTD RATINGS Fernandes non-existent again but Sancho shows glimpses in Anfield thumping The only difference is that usually the semi-pro footballers, who are often plumbers or accountants during...
    PORTSMOUTH — A pair of five-run innings and a shutout pitching performance helped the Wheelersburg Lady Pirates earn a 13-0 road win over Portsmouth in Friday’s non-league meeting. Both teams are coming off deep runs in the 2021 Division III postseason tournaments — Wheelersburg reaching the D-III state semifinals, while Portsmouth was a D-III district runner up a season ago. The Lady Pirates got on the scoreboard in their very first at-bat when freshman Catie Boggs hit a solo home run to center field. A one-out double by junior Macee Eaton proceeded a two-run homer by sophomore AndiJo Howard — giving ‘Burg a 3-0 lead. Senior catcher Brynley Preston plated a pair of runs in the first with a two-out, two RBI single. “I like that the bats were starting to come alive. It’s the first of the year and we’ve been struggling putting hits together, situational hitting and two-out hits,” ‘Burg coach Teresa Ruby said. “They came alive today and I felt like we were making better choices with pitches to hit today.” “You can’t take it easy on...
    PEACEHAVEN'S non-league clash with Steyning was bizarrely interrupted when a PHEASANT invaded the pitch. Visiting ace Mayckol Sabino was forced to chase the bird around the pitch, trying to usher it away so the action could continue. 3Mackol Sabino was forced to chase a PHEASANT off the pitchCredit: Twitter / @YourInstReplay 3Sabino finally managed to shepherd the bird off the fieldCredit: Twitter / @YourInstReplay 3The flying pheasant caused local kids to run awayCredit: Twitter / @YourInstReplay The Brazilian was given the runaround by the pheasant, before finally chasing it off the field of play. It subsequently flew into a small stand, terrifying local children in the process. The weary youngsters sprinted away as the pheasant flew in their direction. All 277 fans in attendance were treated to the unusual incident. Read More in FootballBLUES NEWS Ricketts AGREE £1bn future investment, Mount admits unclarity It occurred with the score level at 0-0 in the non-league clash. Steyning eventually took the lead in the second half, when Josh Bradley netted his second goal in two games. But their lead lasted just one...
    THE DREAM may be over for Luke Garrard and his Boreham Wood players. But the National League side were entitled to leave Goodison with their heads held high after an emotion– charged night that they will never forget. 7Everton striker Salomon Rondon enjoys his breakthrough goal as the Premier Leaguers saw off National League Boreham WoodCredit: Getty 7Striker Salomon Rondon drills his FA Cup opener on 57 minutesCredit: Rex 7The Toffees sealed victory with this late header from Salomon RondonCredit: Rex Their hopes of becoming the first non – league side to reach the 6th round since Lincoln City’s heroics five years ago were ended by Salomon Rondon’s second-half double. Yet if there was no glory in the end for the Hertfordshire they won a stadium-full of admirers for their guts, especially in the circumstances. Before kick-off there were more reminders of the horrors of the Russian invasion of Ukraine to follow the show of support staged by the Toffees when Manchester City visited on Saturday night. Everton left-back Vitaliy Mykolenko, bought from Dynamo Kyiv for £14M in January led...
    SLOUGH TOWN have announced young defender Christian Rowe has passed away after being involved ina road traffic accident. The National League South side released a statement announcing the news while paying tribute to the 19-year-old. It read: “It is with great sadness that we have to announce the tragic passing of Christian Rowe. “This news has left everyone involved with Academy23, Slough Town FC and Binfield FC devastated and heartbroken. Both clubs 1st team and U23 fixtures due to take place this weekend have been cancelled. “Christian was regarded as one of Slough Towns most promising young players. And this season had been a standout performer for the U23's and been involved in the first-team squad. “Our thoughts and prayers are with parents, family, friends and teammates. We ask everyone to respect the family's privacy at this incredibly difficult time.” More to follow... Most read in SportUNITED LATEST Cristiano Ronaldo 'faces 25 per cent pay cut', Rangnick wants Ten Hag as bossAustralian Open live Nadal faces Khachanov as he looks to join Medvedev in round fourAustralian Open free How to...
    WATFORD, Southampton and Norwich are monitoring non-league winger Ollie Tanner. The teen sensation, 19, has caught the eye of the Premier League trio after scoring 12 goals for Lewes this season. 1Watford, Southampton and Norwich are all keeping an eye on Lewes star Ollie Tanner, 19 And also a number of Championship clubs have been scouting the highly-rated talent, who is playing for the Isthmian League Premier Division side. Tanner signed a two-year deal with Lewes in November. The wideman is a former Arsenal and Charlton youth product and spent time at National League Bromley's academy before making the switch to Lewes. Tanner would be stepping into relative chaos if he joins the Hornets. Claudio Ranieri is under intense pressure after a rotten run of form which has left the Hertfordshire side just two points outside the relegation zone. The Italian replaced Xisco Munoz in October but has been unable to reverse the club's fortunes. Most read in Premier LeagueTRANSFERS LIVE Newcastle sign £25million Chris Wood as Villa confirm Lucas Digne moveRED DEVILS NEWS Pogba wanted by PSG, £5m Zakaria...
    CHESTERFIELD trolled Tottenham after the non-leaguers succeeded where the Prem giants failed.against Chelsea. The National League high-fliers scored when losing 5-1 at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup - in the week Spurs slumped 3-0 on aggregate to the Blues in the Carabao Cup semi-finals. 2 2Harry Kane and Co show their dejection after Chelsea beat Tottenham 3-0 on aggregate in the Carabao Cup semi-finalsCredit: Getty The fifth-tier club were promoted to the top level for humour after posting: "Well, not everyone can score against the European Champions…" Chesterfield chose a photo of sub Akwasi Asante celebrating his late consolation goal with team-mates - along  with a snap of Tottenham's misery. And the light-hearted jibe hit the back of the net on social media. One footie fan replied: "What!! Officially my 2nd team!! Do I need a form or something to join the fan base?" And another added: "This is why Chesterfield are bigger than Manchester United." Spurs were denied by VAR three times on Wednesday night after Antonio Rudiger's early goal clinched a 1-0 away win for Chelsea in...
    RALF RANGNICK had a painful introduction to English football 42 years ago –THREE broken ribs and a punctured LUNG. The new interim Manchester United manager, 63, played 11 matches for non-league Southwick FC during the 1979-80 season in the Sussex County Division One. 3Ralf Rangnick once played with three broken ribs and a punctured lungCredit: EPA The then 21-year-old was studying for a degree in English and PE at Stuttgart University but fancied keeping fit in amateur football when he spent a year at the University of Sussex in Brighton. Just 154 people watched the German make his debut as a 76th-minute substitute debut in a 3-3 draw with Steyning Town on October 13, 1979. But in his second match away at Chichester, Rangnick suffered a serious injury. Rangnick, speaking in a German documentary, later recalled: “I had direct experience of being tackled from behind. “I broke three ribs and one of them punctured my lung. “I was in hospital for three weeks in Chichester on a ward with 60, 70, 80 years old and I was out...
    FOOTBALL fans are split on whether a fish finger baguette DRENCHED in tartare sauce is a suitable half-time refreshment. Histon FC supporter Andy Clarke took a photo of the cold baguette containing three fish fingers on a bed of lettuce. 4The fish finger sandwich at Histon comes with a generous helping of tartare sauce 4Football fans were split on whether the refreshment was good or bad Red onion was also added - as well as lashings of tartare sauce. Posting the delicacy on Twitter, Clarke wrote: "Histon against 2nd in the league but fell to a 2nd half Halesowen goal, and remain bottom of the league. "Food is always a positive though!" The post was reshared on Twitter page Footy Scran, which has 64,000 followers, where it attracted dozens of comments from foodies with mixed reactions. The huge sarnie costs just £4.50 at the non-league Cambridgeshire club. One foreign footie fan posted: "Are the Brits ok?" Most read in SportLive BlogUNITED LATEST Pochettino move BLOCKED by PSG, Valverde interim manager, Villarreal reaction'FILLED WITH GRATITUDE' Dick Vitale and what type...
    Key facts: Players will be able to earn up to 30 NFTs, of which 10 are from artist Beeple. NFTs cannot be sold, they are for collection only. The French fashion house, Louis Vuitton, launched a game and a collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on the Ethereum blockchain, in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of the creator of the brand. The game called «Louis The Game», has Vivienne as its protagonist, a character who travel a fantasy world inspired by cities like London, Beijing, Tokyo, New York and Paris; in which Louis Vuitton has a commercial presence. During the tour, users will be able to collect up to 30 NFT of the collectibles that are named 200 Anecdotes, highlighted Financial Times. Of the available NFTs, 10 were designed by digital artist Mike Winkelmann, or as it is also known Beeple. He is also recognized in the world of non-fungible tokens, for selling a work in that format, for USD 69 million last March, as reported by CriptoNoticias. The artist too is one of the founders...
    LUTON, Blackpool and Ipswich are locked in a £100,000 tug-of-war for non-league midfielder Sonny Carey. A number of other Football League clubs - including Bournemouth - are also tracking the 20-year-old King’s Lynn Town player. 2Sonny Care is wanted by a number of Football League clubsCredit: King’s Lynn Town Football Club Carey has just one year left on his contract with Kings Lynn. But clubs are looking to secure his signature this summer following a hugely impressive campaign. And a £100,000 cheque could prove massive for the future of his club following the financial impact of the coronavirus crisis. Football League scouts were in regular attendance to watch Carey in action last season. And they would have been particularly impressed with his winner as Kings Lynn upset the odds to knock Port Vale out of the FA Cup. The club have seen former players Cameron Norman and Frazer-Blake Tracy make the step up to the Football League. ...
    CHELSEA are weighing up a move for non-league starlet Seb Drozd. The Blues have been keeping close tabs on the 18-year-old, who is on the books of Isthmian League side Uxbridge, but is currently on trial with Brentford’s B team. 2Chelsea are plotting a swoop for non-League striking starlet Seb DrozdCredit: Uxbridge FC WIN £50,000! Play Dream Team Euros – our FREE fantasy football game Drozd’s abilities were first spotted by the Blues when he featured in a showcase organised by the AG Football Academy. That tournament back in September aimed to give young talented footballers the opportunity to showcase their skills against professional football clubs within the UK. The versatile left-footed teen can play as a full-back, wingback or in midfield. And after shining in front of Chelsea's scouts , Drozd also impressed in two games for QPR’s U18s last autumn. He scored three goals in two games against Sheffield Wednesday and Birmingham City’s youngsters. A source close to Drozd said: “His style is perhaps a throwback and is similar to Damien Duff or Chris Waddle when in wide areas,...
    AFC FYLDE have confirmed the death of youth footballer Luke Bennett. Tributes have poured in for the 17-year-old who died 'suddenly' on Saturday evening. 1Youth footballer Luke Bennett has died at the age of 17Credit: AFC Fylde On Monday, National League North club Fylde announced Bennett's death in a statement. It read: "It is with deep sadness and sorrow that we must share the tragic news that AFC Fylde youth player Luke Bennett has passed away at the age of 17. "Learning the news on Saturday evening has left us absolutely devastated and heartbroken. All our love goes out to Luke’s family and friends at this cruel and difficult time. "Above all, Luke was a kind, popular young man who was much loved by his teammates and coaches. He was somebody who could instantly light up a room with his bubbly personality. "Then, on the field, he was a naturally gifted footballer who excelled every time he represented AFC Fylde. "The pain of Luke’s sudden and untimely passing will be felt by our football club, supporters and all who...
    Welcome to March. We suspect it will be a happier March for all who love college basketball than the one we endured 12 long months ago. It may not be a pleasant month for those who fall on the wrong side of the NCAA Tournament bubble, but the fact that we can be assured there will be a tournament in 2021 might make it better even for fans of those teams. MORE: Bracket predictions 1.0: Projecting the Field of 68 So welcome, also, to the first Sporting News Bubble Watch of the season. We hope this helps you as you navigate the most wonderful time of the year. NCAA bubble games to watch Monday North Carolina at Syracuse, 7 p.m., ESPN The Tar Heels (15-8, No. 41 NET) took an enormous step away from the bubble with Saturday’s 78-70 victory over ACC leader Florida State, which made Roy Williams’ 900th career victory a huge one. With victories over Louisville, Duke, Stanford and one in the first meeting with the Orange, the Tar Heels have a reasonable case for inclusion that...
    Washington Football Team star Chase Young backs Maryland police reform effort Several GOP senators criticize performance of Trump’s lawyers Ontario lets NHL players and staff eat indoors at restaurants in exception to health order, citing non-existent league “bubble” The NHL is facing a COVID-19 crisis, with six teams recently shut down (two had resumed play, but three were still shut down as of Monday, and a sixth, the Philadelphia Flyers, was shut down Tuesday) over players on the COVID-19 protocol list. There have also been detailed recent questions about the league’s protocols and if they’re sufficient enough to prevent potential in-game transmission, and the league has modified some of its protocols. And while those outbreaks have only happened with U.S.-based teams rather than teams in the new all-Canadian division, the NHL doesn’t exactly seem like the best possible entity for a government to exempt from standing health orders right now. But that’s what the provincial government in Ontario has done. © Provided by The Comeback A NHL COVID-19 warning from their 2020-21 season protocols. That government is allowing NHL...
    THEY think it's all Rover... it is now. A Non-League game was abandoned due to safety fears when a rowdy dog repeatedly ran on the pitch and its owner failed to control it. 2An interfering Alsatian such as this one - described by observers 'as large' - eventually caused Oadby's game with Nirvana to be abandonedCredit: Getty Images - Getty WOW! Match Abandoned after 78’ - @GNG_Oadby 1 Nirvana 2 (@shaqsmaster ⚽️ R Akintunde ⚽️) - never experienced a game not finishing due to a person and his dog both on the loose around the ground” refs said enough.. game over!”— Leicester Nirvana FC (@LeicNirvana) December 26, 2020 The referee at Oadby Town's fiery home clash against Leicester Nirvana maybe had the wrong type of whistle as he tried in vain to calm what onlookers called a "large Alsatian". Nirvana were 2-1 up with 12 minutes remaining in their first United Counties League match since October. But one of their scorers, Shaquille Master, plus Oadby's Mandeep Bains, had already been sent off. So maybe that setter bad example to the...
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