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Friday Lunchtime Sports Update

Oct 30, 2020 13:10 By radiokerrysport
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SOCCER Former Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy looks set for a return to management in Cyprus. Apoel Nicosia have confirmed they are in talks

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Former Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy looks set for a return to management in Cyprus.

Apoel Nicosia have confirmed they are in talks with McCarthy, who will be in Cyprus to watch their game against Apollon Limassol at the weekend.

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McCarthy hasn't managed a club side since leaving Ipswich in April 2018.

Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo accepts his team are over reliant on Raul Jimenez.

The Mexican striker has scored four of their six goals in the Premier League this season.

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Ahead of their game against Crystal Palace this evening, Nuno says other players must start finding the back of the net.

Liverpool say defender Virgil van Dijk ((pron: dyke)) has undergone "successful surgery" on his knee ligament injury.

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The Premier League champions haven't put a timeframe on when they expect him to return to action, although it's believed he will miss the rest of the current season.

The Dutchman was hurt following a strong challenge from Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford in the Merseyside derby earlier this month.

West Ham will be without Michail Antonio for tomorrow's clash with Premier League champions Liverpool.

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There have been reports the forward could face at least a month on the side-lines due to a hamstring injury.

Alex Telles will miss Manchester United's match with Arsenal on Sunday.

He has tested positive for COVID 19.

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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ((pron: olly gunner sol-shah)) believes he has a squad capable of challenging for the Premier League title.

They're down in 15th place after their first five games of the new season - six points behind champions Liverpool.

But Solskjaer's excited by the trophy winning potential of the players at his disposal.

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Padraig Harrington tees off his second round at the Bermuda Championship in a tie for 12th place on 4 under par.

American Ryan Armour is the leader on 10 under through 6 holes on day 2.

Seamus Power is level par after 11 holes.

Cormac Sharvin is 3 under par on day two of the Cyprus Open, 8 shots behind the joint leaders Jamie Donaldson and David Drysdale.

Jonathan Caldwell is unlikely to make the cut, he's one under par after shooting a one over round of 72 this morning.

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