as exempt into the second stage. He figured he might as well

as exempt into the second stage. He figured he might as well

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Gareth Southgate is yet to open talks with the Football Association over the England managers job, Sky sources understand. Jason Pominville Wild Jersey . Southgate will take his fourth game in charge as interim manager on Tuesday night when Spain visit Wembley Stadium for a friendly.The former England U21 boss has been in the job since Sam Allardyce stepped down one game and 67 days into his reign after undercover newspaper reporters allegedly caught him discussing how to circumvent rules on player transfers. 6 months half price Upgrade to Sky Sports to watch Man Utd v Arsenal on Saturday and get the first six months half price Southgate has overseen a 2-0 win over Malta and a goalless draw in Slovenia, with his most recent game seeing England beat Scotland 3-0 at Wembley in a World Cup qualifier.Reports on Monday claimed Southgate had been offered a contract to take over until the end of Euro 2020, but Sky Sports News HQ understands talks over such a deal will not start until his initial four-game remit is completed against Spain. Southgate confirms Jordan Henderson will captain England against Spain tomorrow England are not in action again until an away friendly with World Cup winners Germany in March next year but Southgate said previously he hoped a decision would be made fairly quickly.It will be important for me to know what Im doing after the middle of November, he said. Weve got a European U21 Championship to prepare for and the seniors have got their next round of qualifiers in March. Southgate praises Daniel Sturridges excellent mentality, insisting he has a lot to offer Of course everybody is going to want to know, I guess, by the end of November, middle of December, where everything is heading so we can decide who is responsible for which parts of the organisations work.Thats not my decision in the end. Ive enjoyed what Ive done so far. 17 year old Dylan Duncan trains with the England senior squad to make up the numbers for Southgate Im immensely proud to have led my country for three games, with another on Tuesday, and to be involved in an England-Scotland game, which is as high pressure as they come. Its been a brilliant experience and very, very special.Upgrade to Sky Sports now to watch Man Utd v Arsenal this Saturday and get the first six months half price! Also See: Southgate sees high potential Rooney ruled out of Spain clash England should beat Spain Busquets relishing Wembley test Mikko Koivu Wild Jersey . Louis Blues absence from top spot in the TSN. Jared Spurgeon Wild Jersey .35 million, one-year contract that avoided salary arbitration. Plouffe batted .254 with 14 home runs and 52 RBIs in 477 at-bats last season, his second as a regular in the lineup. . -- Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis was charged Thursday with driving while intoxicated, a day after he was suspended for an NFL substance-abuse policy violation.WESTERVILLE, Ohio -- David Hearn of Brantford, Ont., Adam Hadwin of Moose Jaw, Sask., and Mackenzie Hughes of Dundas, Ont. were the three Canadians to make it out of 36-hole sectional qualifying on Monday and earn berths at next weeks U.S. Open. Hadwin, who plays on the Tour, tied for first in Rockville, Maryland and qualified for the main draw. Hearn finished second in Columbus, while Hughes earned second place in St. Louis. Mike Weir of Brights Grove, Ont. fell short of qualifying in a playoff and is listed as a first alternate. Graham DeLaet of Weyburn, Sask. stated on his Twitter account that he withdrew from qualifying. Among other players, Charley Hoffman played so badly on the last day at the Memorial that he thought about skipping the U.S. Open qualifier. He changed his mind and now is headed to Merion. Hoffman, whose 81 was the worst score in the final round at the Memorial, opened with a 7-under 65 at The Lakes and followed with a 68 at Brookside to lead a group of 15 players who qualified for the U.S. Open. The Columbus-area qualifier was filled with several PGA Tour players who had been at Muirfield Village. "Frankly, I wasnt sure I was going to play in the qualifier," Hoffman said. "I didnt know if I would show up. I had been out six of the last seven weeks. That bad round got me motivated, and Sunday night I decided I didnt want to let that linger." He qualified for his third U.S. Open. Josh Teater, Robert Karlsson and Luke Guthrie pulled off an "Open double." All three qualified for the British Open in a 36-hole qualifier two weeks ago, and both earned a spot in the U.S. Open on Monday. Teater was in the group that tied for second, while Guthrie got the last spot in an 11-for-7 playoff. Others who qualified from Columbus included Nicholas Thompson, Brendan Steele, David Lingmerth and Brandt Jobe. Along with Guthrie, the other playoff survivors were Ted Potter Jr., Aaron Baddeley, Rory Sabbatini, Justin Hicks, Sang-moon Bae and Doug LaBelle II. Sabbatini, who will be making his 11th trip to the U.S. Open, got in with a birdie on the second playoff hole, just before darkness fell. Two alternates were still to be decided. "Its very grueling. Im tired, Im beat, Im ready to sit down and do nothing," he said, adding that now he has to figure out a flight plan to get to Memphis for this weeks tour event. "I got 4 hours of sleep last night. I had to wait for my clubs to arrive after they were lost. I got them in time, though." The final stage of U.S. Open qualifying stretched one end of the country to the other on Monday with 11 sites hosting 36-hole qualifiers. The two largest were built around the PGA Tour -- Columbus with 15 spots and Memphis, Tenn., with nine spots, ahead of the St. Jude Classic this week. Two sites had to return Tuesday morning to decide the final spot in a playoff -- Ryan Palmer and Zack Fischer in Dallas, and 15-year-old David Snyder and John Nieporte in the Bradenton, Fla., qualifer. The surprise in Memphis was Kevin Sutherland. He is recovering from a neck injury that kept him out much of last season, has made only one cut this year and hasnt competed on Sunday. He had his older brother, former tour player David Sutherland, caddie for him and produced rounds of 66-67 to qualify for his first U.S. Open since 2009 at Bethpage Black. The heroics belonged to Scott Langley, a PGA Tour rookie who nailed down a spot on the strength of a hole-in-one in his second round. Also advancing at Colonial Country Club outside Memphis were Shawn Stefani, Jerry Kelly, Morgan Hoffmann, Joe Ogilvie, Alistair Presnell, Andrew Svoboda and mini-tour player Brandon Crick. Scott Stallings, who tied for fourth in the Memorial and then flew down to Tennessee, was the odd man out in a 3-for-2 playoff. The day was not without a bizarre disqualification. Two-time U.S. Opeen champion Lee Janzen was in the Rockville, Md. Minnesota Wild Hoodie. ., qualifier, but only for one round. After opening with a 75, it was discovered he was wearing steel spikes, typical on the PGA Tour but not allowed at Woodmont Country Club. All players were notified about the ban on spikes in a letter dated May 20 -- it was the second item, right above a notification that shorts were allowed. The only two sectional sites that allow steel spikes are the two PGA Tour locations in Ohio and Memphis. The U.S. Open championship, which starts June 13, also allows metal spikes. Calgarys Stephen Ames and Ottawas Brad Fritsch failed to qualify out of the Colonial Country Club in Memphis, Tenn. Torontos Richard Jung and Chris Hemmerich of Kitchener, Ont., missed the cut in Springfield, Ohio. Garrett Rank of Elmire, Ont., missed qualifying at Ball Ground, Ga. Christopher Ross and Christian Westhorpe missed the cut in Bradenton, Fla. Michael Gligic of Burlington, Ont., and Nick Taylor of Abbotsford, B.C., just missed qualifying at Cle Elum, Wash., and were designated as alternates. Calgarys Wess Heffernan, Eugene Wong of North Vancouver, B.C., Mark Hoffman of Thornhill, Ont., Darren Wallace of Langley, B.C., Calgarys Scott Stiles, Victorias Cory Renfrew, David Markle of Shelburne, Ont., Devin Carrey of Surrey, B.C., and James Allenby of Langley failed to advance. In other qualifiers: -- In Ball Ground, Ga., Michael Kim atoned for Cals failure to win the NCAA title by earning a spot in the U.S. Open. Kim might have had the longest trip to get to Merion next week for the second major championship. Cal ended its dream season by losing in the NCAA semifinals on Saturday. Kim was in Ohio on Sunday to receive the Jack Nicklaus Award as the top Division I player -- presented by Nicklaus himself -- and then he returned to Georgia for qualifying. He had rounds of 67-66 at Hawks Ridge in Ball Ground, Ga. to tie for medallist honours and earn one of three spots. -- In Springfield, Ohio, Brian Stuard earned one of two spots with rounds of 65-64 to win medallist honours by six shots. It will be his first major championship. -- In New York, 18-year-old Gavin Hall birdied his last four holes to get into his first U.S. Open. He shared medallist honours with Jesse Smith in getting one of four spots. The fourth and final spot went to Jim Herman, who has Richard Sterne to thank for that. Sterne, eligible through his world ranking, withdrew from the U.S. Open, so the USGA awarded an extra spot to the New York qualifier. -- In Rockville, Md., the other qualifiers included Russell Knox of Scotland, Mathew Goggin of Australia. It did not include Sam Saunders, the grandson of Arnold Palmer, who bogeyed his last hole. Golf Channel reported that he missed a tap-in early in this round, and Saunders wound up losing out on the last spot in a playoff. That went to Matt Bettencourt. -- In Dallas, 19-year-old Jordan Spieth can add the U.S. Open to his burgeoning schedule. He ran off three late birdies and shared medallist honours with Edward Loar and Matt Weibring. The fourth spot featured a 2-for-1 playoff between PGA Tour winner Palmer and Fischer. -- In Washington state, Wil Collins and Cheng-Tsung Pan earned the two spots. Casey Martin, the golf coach at Oregon, opened with a 77 and tied for 21st. -- In St. Louis, 54-year-old Jay Don Blake was the medallist . Blake wasnt even going to play until he received a letter in the mail earlier this year that he was exempt into the second stage. He figured he might as well give it a try. -- At Newport Beach, Calif., Max Homa made it two Golden Bears in the U.S. Open. He joined fellow amateur Cory McElyea in getting the two spots in a playoff. Among the other five who qualified was Roger Tambellini and Bio Kim. -- In Bradenton, Fla., amateur Kevin Phelan was medallist . The qualifier was stopped by rain for about 90 minutes, and the playoff for the final spot was to resume Tuesday. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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