Lyndon Dykes insists the opportunities to progress his career in Scotland fuelled his decision to pledge his international loyalty to the dark blue jersey.
The 24-year-old striker, who recently joined QPR from Livingston, was born on Australia’s Gold Coast to parents from Dumfries.
Speculation over which nation he would choose has been rife for months amid strong interest from both.
But now he’s been given a first call-up by Steve Clarke for the Nations League double-header at home to Isra…
Rabada reiterates BLM support while South Africa team opt not to take knee – The Guardian
Kagiso Rabada has said he will always look to promote the Black Lives Matter message following South Africa’s ‘team decision’ not to take a knee before the upcoming…
Kagiso Rabada has said he will always look to promote the Black Lives Matter message following South Africas team decision not to take a knee before the upcoming series against England.
The three-match Twenty20 international series that begins on Friday falls within a period of national mourning (25-29 November) that was called by South Africas president, Cyril Ramaphosa, to mark the victims of both the Covid-19 pandemic and gender-based violence.
With flags at Newlands and Boland Park due to fly…
Strange celebration, Richarlison’s anger and other Everton moments missed – Liverpool Echo
Everton secured an important three points on Sunday afternoon with a 3-2 win over Fulham at Craven Cottage thanks to a Dominic Calvert-Lewin brace and an Abdoulaye…
Everton finally brought their recent run of poor results to an end with a 3-2 win over Fulham at Craven Cottage on Sunday afternoon.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side had suffered three straight Premier League defeats and had picked up just one point from their previous 12 available ahead of this weekend’s clash.
However, a strike from Dominic Calvert-Lewin inside the first minute put his side on the right course – before Bobby Decordova-Reid drew the hosts level.
The Blues striker put his side back in…
Ruben Dias fires warning about Man City attack after Tottenham defeat – Manchester Evening News
Manchester City have not scored the goals that Pep Guardiola expects this season and Ruben Dias wants to see more.
Ruben Dias did not shy away from Manchester City’s problems after Pep Guardiola’s side suffered their second defeat of the season at the weekend.
The Blues headed to the Tottenham Hostpur Stadium undefeated in all competitions since late-September but conceded early and ended up losing comfortably – even if they did have a first-half equaliser controversially ruled out.
There was a familiar shortcoming up front as their failure to find the net means the top scorers in the Premier League over…
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