Ashley Carrillo

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BBC Sports Personality of the Year - shortlist: in pictures - Telegraph

MLB Players with Big Opportunities Opened Up After Early Offseason Moves

After one of the wildest weeks in recent memory, the MLB winter meetings are over.<p>As the sports reporters recover, we look at the new opportunities that have opened up following the various trades and signings made so far this offseason.<p>Ranging from top prospects to some of the top signings, here …

Completed Premier League 2018-19 transfers - arrivals, departures & contracts expiring for all 20 clubs

With the transfer window open, Goal brings you all the latest confirmed deals involving the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool<p>The 2018-19 Premier League season gets under way in a few weeks and there is sure to be a flurry of transfer activity during the summer as clubs attempt to …

Lionel Messi yellow card stands after he was hit by a bottle

Lionel Messi, who was shown a yellow card for time-wasting after being struck on the head by a plastic bottle whilst celebrating Barcelona’s last gasp winner against Valencia on Sunday, will not have the decision rescinded.<p>Barcelona’s appeal against Messi’s yellow card has been rejected by the …

Ronaldinho: Ronaldo is complete, but Messi is better

The ex-Brazil star admits the Real Madrid talisman is a "very complete player" but feels his former Barcelona teammate is the better of the two.<p>Ronaldinho has praised Cristiano Ronaldo, saying he is a "complete" player, but says "magic" Lionel Messi is better.<p>The Barcelona star and Real Madrid …

Exquisite finish by James Rodriguez is our goal of the day

<b>Real Madrid's James Rodriguez timed his run to perfection to split the offside trap, before neatly dinking the ball over the advancing Cornella goalkeeper in last night's Copa del Rey tie.</b><p>Real Madrid's James Rodriguez celebrates his goal.

Another day, another diatribe...Qatar controversy going nowhere

Another day, another diatribe in the never-ending tit-for-tat saga sparked four years ago this week by FIFA’s award of the 2022 World Cup finals to Qatar. Russia, gifted 2018 simultaneously, has enjoyed an easy ride while the pros and cons of the 2022 debate have flooded headline and air time.<p>While …