Sergio Aguero will miss Argentina’s upcoming 2018 World Cup qualifiers. According to the Argentine FA Aguero, 28, suffered a calf injury in Manchester City’s 3-1 victory against West Ham United on Sunday and he is no longer in their squad for the games against Uruguay and Venezuela. City’s main striker was subbed out in the 88th minute by Pep Guardiola and news of this calf injury comes amid controversy as there are calls for Aguero to receive a retrospective ban for his flailing elbow which caught West Ham defender Winston Reid in the face in the second half. If Aguero is handed a ban by the FA he will miss the upcoming Manchester derby against Manchester United on Saturday Sept. 10 (Watch live,
The race for the American League MVP award just got cloudier Sunday. Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson announced his presence with authority, bashing three home runs during a 9-6 win over the Minnesota Twins. Donaldson’s first blast came in a big spot for the Blue Jays.
This should be fun to watch. Billionaire American businessman Frank McCourt has agreed to buy Ligue 1 giant Marseille. Yeah, that Frank McCourt who owned the LA Dodgers in a highly controversial stretch from 2004-12. In a statement released by the club on Monday, they confirmed that an “exclusivity agreement regarding the acquisition Football Club Olympique de Marseille” had been reached between McCourt and current owner Mrs. Margarita Louis-Dreyfus. It was also stated that “both parties wish to complete the transaction by the end of the year” while Louis-Dreyfus stated that Marseille has “turned a page in its history” and stated that McCourt woud be “a new owner who would care for our fantastic