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Royals hire former Cardinals manager Mike Matheny as a special adviser

Royals hire former Cardinals manager Mike Matheny as a special adviser
  • Royals hire former Cardinals manager Mike Matheny as a special adviser FWC: Royals hire former Cardinals manager Mike Matheny as a special adviser

    Former St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny joins Kansas City Royals as special adviser for player development.

  • What Ranieri changed FWC: What Ranieri changed

    Getting the most out of Ryan Sessegnon, making Aleksandar Mitrovic believe again and instilling fighting spirit – we look at how Claudio Ranieri masterminded a 3-2 victory over Southampton in his first game in charge.

  • Cheika: Refereeing was ludicrous FWC: Cheika: Refereeing was ludicrous

    Australia coach Michael Cheika was left fuming after another controversial Owen Farrell tackle went unpunished as the Wallabies lost to England at Twickenham on Saturday.

  • Michigan vs. Ohio State: Why is 'The Game' played at noon? FWC: Michigan vs. Ohio State: Why is ‘The Game’ played at noon?

    What time does Michigan play Ohio State? There’s a reason behind The Game’s early kickoffs.

  • Libertadores final delayed after players attacked FWC: Libertadores final delayed after players attacked

    Boca Juniors and River Plate’s Copa Libertadores final second leg has been postponed after tear gas fired by police at River fans drifted into the Boca team bus, local media reported Saturday.

  • Farrell's technique, England depth FWC: Farrell’s technique, England depth

    England brought down the curtain on their Quilter International campaign with a 37-18 victory over Australia at Twickenham.

  • Mick McGeough, NHL referee for 21 seasons, dies at 62 FWC: Mick McGeough, NHL referee for 21 seasons, dies at 62

    Mick McGeough, NHL referee for 21 seasons, dies at 62

  • Sky Live: Nuggets @ Thunder FWC: Sky Live: Nuggets @ Thunder

    Western Conference playoff contenders clash as the Denver Nuggets travel to face the in-form Oklahoma City Thunder, live on Sky Sports Arena in the early hours of Sunday morning (1am).