Following the engine failure that cost him victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix, an understandably frustrated Lewis Hamilton suggested that "somebody, or someone, doesn't want me to win this year". Quite who he was alluding to was unclear, so in the interests of team harmony he later clarified his remarks by confirming he was referring to a "higher power".
Ian Ritchie has announced a blueprint to promote the development and growth of women's rugby in England through all levels of the game from grassroots to elite. Speaking at its Twickenham launch, the Rugby Football Union's chief executive also declared his organisation will be "straining every sinew" in its efforts to ensure England retain the World Cup they won in France two years ago when the competition is staged in Ireland next August.
It's the year 5777, and on today's Football Weekly, is joined by fellow jetsetters Barry Glendenning , Iain Macintosh and Jacob Steinberg . We begin with Tottenham's fabulously impressive victory over Manchester City and wonder how far this Spurs side can go?
The last time these sides met, 18 months ago, José Mourinho's Chelsea won 3-2 on Humberside on their march towards the title. Much has changed since, and not just at Chelsea as Hull were relegated and then promoted under Steve Bruce but he, like Mourinho, is long gone.
Given that the tactic of trying to absorb pressure had not worked for any of Manchester City's opponents, it made sense for Swansea to try something different last weekend, as the Welsh side attempted to disrupt the league leaders' momentum by squeezing their centre-backs when they had the ball.
On this especially quiet of footballing weeks, you may wonder what's on the agenda for today's Football Weekly Extra, featuring the assorted talents of , Barry Glendenning , James Horncastle and Simon Burnton . Well, wonder no more We begin by hearing from Owen Gibson about the fallout at the FA from the Sam Allardyce fiasco.
Captain: Darren Clarke (Northern Ireland) Captain: Darren Clarke (Northern Ireland) Vice-captains: Thomas Bjorn (Denmark), Padraig Harrington (Republic of Ireland), Paul Lawrie (Scotland), Ian Poulter (England), Sam Torrance (Scotland) Age 32 World ranking 30 Ryder Cup appearances debut Ryder Cup record 0-0-0 PGA Tour wins 0 European Tour wins 2 Major wins 0 A native of Gran Canaria, this Ryder Cup rookie recorded his maiden European Tour victory at the 2009 Austrian Open courtesy of a record-equalling final round of 60, while his biggest win came at the Dubai Desert Classic in 2012.
The CSKA Moscow coach, who famously fell out of a tree while attempting to rescue a cat when he was 19, ending a promising career as a goalkeeper in the process, is likely to be without his star player Alan Dzagoev tonight, but may welcome back his veteran defender Vasili Berezutski, who was replaced by his twin brother last weekend after complaining of a back injury.
You can read more about these and the weekend's other fixtures in our weekend previews. The weekend's Premier League programme is already under way at Old Trafford, where a Wayne Rooney-less Manchester United are slaughtering Leicester City 4-0 with eight minutes into the second half.
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