Pochettino: Harry Winks can be England's answer to Xavi or Andres Iniesta
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino admits Harry Winks will have to manage pain from a persistent ankle injury for the rest of his career but believes the young midfielder retains the potential to be England's answer to Xavi Hernandez or Andres Iniesta.
Harry Winks is looking to secure his spot in Spurs' midfield after terrible luck with injuries
Mauricio Pochettino says he has the potential to emulate the likes of Xavi and Andres Iniesta
Pochettino said: 'Harry has all the profile of the midfielder - perfect. But I don't want to talk too much and praise him because if so, his head (grows big). His perception will be "wow" and the reality is you still need to prove it.
'But the characteristics are perfect to play football. When we talk about midfielders, you like to use Spanish midfielders like Xavi and Iniesta. He's like this type of player, this capacity, but please he needs to take in a very positive way my words. He needs a lot of work.
'He has the possibility and the potential of course but now it is up to him and we go again: mentality. In his mind he is capable to learn about suffer, there never is enough training, always try to be better. Football is his focus, not business that are around football.
Pochettino describes Winks as the 'perfect' type of midfielder but insists he has a lot to learn
'Maybe (if he learns this) he will arrive to play in a very good level and be one of the best midfielders in England. It is not my advice, it is only how I describe the reality. If he wants to take it, take it. If people don't want to take it, we cannot help. But of course his potential is to be a very, very good player for England and Tottenham.'
Pochettino also warned that Winks would have to overcome the psychological barrier of playing through pain at times during his career.
The Spurs boss added: 'If you ask all the players today, it is impossible to play without pain in some point of your body. You use your body for work. You push your body from a very young age. It is not a healthy sport and you always try to push your body and touch and cross the limits sometimes.
'For him, it was new. He had a serious operation last summer and of course that is something that will always be there. The psychology is that you have suffered and are not free. You need to learn to live with this situation and he is now much better and stronger in his mentality. I am sure he will make a step up. It is only time to get to his best for the team.'
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er a proposed deal for Maxi Gomez.</p><p>The 22-year-old Uruguay striker has emerged as the favoured target to replace Marko Arnautovic who is expected to join Guangzhou Evergrande in a deal worth around £45million.</p><p>However, Vigo do not wish to sell Gomez cheaply and are pointing to his buyout clause set at £44m.</p><p>West Ham are actrively pursuing Maxi Gomez but Celta Vigo are demanding £44million</p><p>West Ham had considered Callum Wilson at Bournemouth but have reservations about his high valuation aligned with his injury record.</p><p>Gomez has scored nine goals this season but Vigo are flirting with relegation and can ill afford to lose him. </p><p>Interest from other La Liga clubs and the Chinese Super League means they are unlikely to accept less than the buyout figure.</p><p>Marko Arnautovic may have played his last game for the club after seeking a move to China</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p>Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual.</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p> We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. To do this we will link your MailOnline account with your Facebook account. We’ll ask you to confirm this for your first post to Facebook.</p><p>Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group</p>
nal with a 46-33 bonus-point victory over the Scarlets in Paris.</p><p>A brace of tries from Simon Zebo plus a try apiece from Juan Imhoff, Henry Chavancy, Virimi Vakatawa and Teddy Iribaren was enough to overcome a resilient Scarlets side.</p><p>The Welsh region scored three tries of their own with Johnny McNicholl crossing twice and Steff Evans also touching down.</p><p>Racing 92 booked a home Champions Cup quarter-final with a 46-33 bonus-point victory</p><p>Racing grabbed the game's first try with a well-weighted kick through gathered by Chavancy who put another ball through for Imhoff to score.</p><p>But Scarlets enjoyed the majority of territory and possession in the first half with Dan Jones putting the Welsh region back into the lead with a penalty.</p><p>The visitors extended their lead with a well-worked try which resulted in Evans showing his pace to cross in the far left-hand corner after some neat handling by McNicholl and Jonathan Davies.</p><p>Racing hit back with Chavancy crossing as a result of a well-worked driving lineout from five metres out which came after Parkes was penalised for a high tackle.</p><p>A brace of tries from Simon Zebo was enough to overcome a resilient Scarlets side</p><p>The Parisians began to flex their muscles and Machenaud put them ahead for the first time in a tense encounter with a penalty from 30 metres out after a powerful scrum by the hosts.</p><p>But the visiting front-row gave Racing a taste of their own medicine shortly after with Samson Lee earning a penalty which allowed Jones to kick the west Walians into a 16-15 half-time lead.</p><p>The Scarlets scored first in the second half with Evans chipping over the top of the French side's defence allowing McNicholl to gather and score.</p><p>Racing regathered the kick off which out them on the front foot in the Scarlets 22. After a series of powerful carries they worked an overlap on the right-hand side with Zebo crossing at the corner.</p><p>The Welsh region scored three tries of their own with Johnny McNicholl crossing twice</p><p>Racing finally took the lead with Vakatawa hitting a strong line to brush Jones out of the way to score and secure his side's bonus-point try.</p><p>But the Scarlets kept coming back at last season's beaten finalists with Parkes charging forward into the Racing 22 to put his side on the attack before replacement prop Wyn Jones was held up over the try line.</p><p>Replacement scrum-half Iribaren put some breathing space between both sides when he darted over from short range after a powerful carry from Chavancy. And Zebo put the result beyond doubt when he gathered a pinpoint cross kick from Finn Russell to score.</p><p>The Scarlets finished the game in a positive fashion with McNicholl launching a scintillating counter attack from his own 22 with Josh Helps and Dan Davis helping to put their side on the attack. The ball was eventually recycled with Davies putting McNicholl over in the corner.</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p>Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual.</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p> We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. To do this we will link your MailOnline account with your Facebook account. We’ll ask you to confirm this for your first post to Facebook.</p><p>Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group</p>
se on Saturday evening, as he watched his ten-man Monaco side go down at home to Strasbourg in a humiliating defeat.</p><p>It was Ajorque who would then cast a double blow to Monaco, striking on the 12-minute mark to break the deadlock and put his side ahead. </p><p>Monaco held on hope until the latter stage, but the floodgates soon opened for the away side</p><p>Radamel pumped his fist after grabbing the third goal of the game to give Monaco hope at 2-1</p><p>The forward let out a cry of relief after scoring before the half-time interval for the home side</p><p>Strasbourg's French forward Ludovic Ajorque opened the scoring for the visitors</p><p>The forward was mobbed by his team-mates after breaking the deadlock in Monaco</p><p>Seizing the initiative, Strasbourg pushed on and continued to create. It was only a matter of time until a second opportunity was crafted, and Adriene Thomasson rose highest to head the ball home.</p><p>Despite swaying on the ropes, Monaco grabbed a slither of hope through the ever reliable Radamel Falcao, who began to impose a measure of authority in the opposition half.</p><p>Adrien Thomasson doubled the lead before Ajorque later went on to complete his brace</p><p>Ibrahima Sissoko added to the damage as Strasbourg began to run riot at the Stade Louis</p><p>New signing Cesc Fabregas looked to pull the strings in central midfielder at each instance</p><p>Thierry Henry still faces a battle to avoid relegation this season and retain top flight status</p><p>After going close with a header, the Colombian immediately followed up his effort to hit the back of the net and send his side into half-time with the deficit halved. </p><p>The wind was knocked from Monaco's sails however, as Ibrahima Sissoko added a third for the visitors in the second half, before Ajorque completed his brace on 68 minutes to kill the contest dead in its tracks.</p><p>Five minutes of extra-time played out, and Youssouf Fofana added insult to injury with a fifth, as Henry cut a forlorn figure on the touchline. </p><p>New signing Cesc Fabregas saw plenty of the ball in midfield, but stuggled to hold back the tide due to the man advantage. Stefan Mitrović was later sent off on 70 minutes for Strasbourg to level the sides, but the result was a foregone conclusion.</p><p>The result means Thierry Henry's side remain in the relegation zone, three points adrift of safety after 21 games played.</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p>Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual.</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p> We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. To do this we will link your MailOnline account with your Facebook account. We’ll ask you to confirm this for your first post to Facebook.</p><p>Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group</p>
mber after the 10-time All-Star played just 10 games.</p><p>But Houston agreed to keep Anthony on their books as they didn’t want to waive him because otherwise they would have to pay the remainder of his salary.</p><p>Anthony’s future move had seemingly gone quiet over recent months but reports emerged this week that Anthony has multiple options ahead of the February 7 deadline.</p><p>The Rockets are running out of time though to get a trade done and Windhorst states they are willing to accept anything in return for trading Anthony.</p><p>“He is available for next to nothing,” Windhorst said on ESPN’s First Jump.</p><p>“The Rockets just want to get off his salary cap number.</p><p>“You could offer the Rockets the 59th pick in the draft and they will trade Carmelo to you.</p><p>“Any team that wants him is welcome to trade for him at any time and if there is an interest in there then please go ahead and do it.</p><p>“But he hasn’t been picked up for this long for a reason.”</p><p>And NBA Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen wants to see one team give Anthony a chance so he can retire on his own terms.</p><p>“Carmelo is a Hall of Famer,” Pippen said.</p><p>“I’d really see him leave the game on his own terms.</p><p>“So I hope there is at least one team out there that will give him another shot.”</p><p>Anthony played just 10 games for the Rockets, with Houston losing six of the matches he played in.</p><p>The 34-year-old also struggled as a shooter as he finished with 1-11 from the floor in his final game for the Rockets.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
n Tour victory in birding the final hole in a closing round of 71 in windy conditions and win by a stroke at 18-under par from South African Richard Sterne (69).</p><p>Lowry’s victory, and his first since the 2015 WGC - Bridgestone Invitational, will see the 31-year old jump from 75th on the World Rankings and into possibly 40th and with the very likely assurance of returning to Augusta National in April.</p><p>Harrington wasted little time tweeting his pleasure for Lowry saying: “Brilliant by Shane, a win in the toughest possible way pillar to post. Back where needs needs to be.”</p><p>It is Harrington’s very first individual player ‘congratulatory’ tweet since being handed the 2020 European Team captaincy reins.</p><p>And Irish President, Higgins was full of praise for Lowry despite a glaring geographical error in his tweet: “My congratulations to Shane Lowry on winning the Abu Dhabi Championship in Dubai – a great feat of sportsmanship of which not only everyone in the Midlands but those all over Ireland will be very proud.”</p><p>Victorious 2014 European Team captain, Paul McGinley also took to Twitter to congratulate Lowry: “Great start to the year @EuropeanTour and of course Shane who held terrific footage of putts when needed, 2nd shot to 18 was just pure class - Up Offaly”.</p><p>Lowry went into the final day leading by one but found himself four shots behind Richard Sterne who went out in 31 but only to open the door for Lowry with bogeys at 14 and 16.</p><p>Lowry played his outward nine in one-over thanks to just two birdies but also three bogeys and then dropped another shot at 11 before remarably birding the trickly par-3 12th hole for a fourth day running.</p><p>He then birdied 13 and when Sterne bogeyed the par-4 16th the duo moments later found themselves heading down the last tied for the lead on 17-under and only for Sterne to play a poor second shot and then for Lowry to two-putt for birdie.</p><p>Lowry had returned to Abu Dhabi for a first occasion in five years after the bitter disappointment last August in losing his PGA Tour card and then after spending close to a fortnight working on his game in nearby Dubai he began 2019 in stunning manner with an equal course record 62.</p><p>And it was an emotional Irishman who was greeted on the 18th green by his two-year old daughter, Iris and wife, Wendy.</p><p>"It was an emotional roller coaster out there today," said Lowry.</p><p>"I went out with the lead by a few and before I knew it I was four behind. I was brave out there today. I grounded out well and I'm over the moon.</p><p>"It's not easy to win out here. So you just have to -- when you get yourself in position, you just have to go for them and give yourself as many chances as you can. I'm so grateful that my hard work has paid off here this week.</p><p>"To win a tournament like this is great. It's been probably three-and-a-half years since my last win soo to come out at the start of the year, I knew I had been playing all right in the last couple of weeks in my preseason that I was doing."</p><p>In also becoming the first Irishman to lift the gleaming Falcon trophy, Lowry set a new Tour record thanks to 11 ‘2s’ on his four-round scorecard.</p><p>As well, the win takes Lowry to the top of the Race to Dubai standings.</p><p>The win also buries any lingering demons after the bearded Irishman had led going into the final round of the 2016 U.S. Open at Oakmont.</p><p>“I slept okay last night, but it was a little bit nervy this morning, breakfast and lunch didn't go down as well as it has been the last few days,” added Lowry.</p><p>“But the one thing I got from Oakmont is I laid down and I didn't show any fight or bottle there and I did that today. So that's kind of -- I felt after the 11th hole, I was getting myself in the same situation that I got myself in Oakmont and I genuinely thought that.</p><p>“I also had a quick word with myself and told myself that, you know, just kick on now and just see what I can do for the next seven -- six or seven holes.”</p><p>And spare a thought for Rory McIlroy as he has been runner-up in Abu Dhabi on no fewer than five occasions and in the year he chooses not to contest the tournament another Irishman in Lowry steps-up to accept victory.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
Koke after scoring the opening goal against Husca</p><p>Koke embraces his Atleti team-mates after scoring the third goal against bottom side Huesca</p><p>Bottom-of-the-table Huesca had come close to opening the scoring when Jorge Pulido struck the post with a bicycle kick. </p><p>However, Atletico tightened their grip on the game early in the second half as Colombian right back Santiago Arias volleyed in a chipped pass from Antoine Griezmann.</p><p>Griezmann came close to netting for the seventh game in a row when he headed against the crossbar, but his team mate Koke pounced on the rebound to match the 3-0 scoreline Atletico won by when the two teams met earlier in the season.</p><p>Atletico are second in the standings on 41 points, two behind leaders Barcelona who host Leganes on Sunday.</p><p>Huesca threatened to take the lead when Jorge Pulido's overhead kick struck the post</p><p>Antoine Griezmann came close to scoring for a seventh successive game, but was denied by the crossbar</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p>Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual.</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p> We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. To do this we will link your MailOnline account with your Facebook account. We’ll ask you to confirm this for your first post to Facebook.</p><p>Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group</p>
it looked like it would be enough for all the points, until Jordan Hugill's last-minute penalty levelled things up.</p><p>Derby maintained their grip on the final play-off spot with a 2-1 win against Reading. Duane Holmes and Harry Wilson scored to give the Rams the half-time lead at Pride Park Stadium before substitute Sone Aluko pulled a goal back for Reading, who remain in the relegation zone.</p><p>Millwall earned a valuable draw at promotion-chasing Middlesbrough in the Championship</p><p>Bristol City are still breathing down the Rams' necks after they ruined Martin O'Neill's Nottingham Forest homecoming with a 1-0 victory at the City Ground. Famara Diedhiou struck the decisive blow midway through the second half as O'Neill's first game as Reds boss ended in defeat.</p><p>Hull saw their six-game winning run in the Championship halted by a 2-2 draw at Aston Villa, but the point moved them up two places to eighth in the table.</p><p>The Tigers looked on course to extend their victorious streak when goals from Jarrod Bowen and Goebel Evandro put them in control. However, James Chester headed Villa back into the match just before half-time and Tammy Abraham netted the equaliser after 64 minutes.</p><p>Ipswich remain rooted to the bottom of the table after a 2-0 loss at Blackburn. Danny Graham, from the penalty spot, and substitute Joe Nuttall were on the scoresheet for Rovers, who slip a place in the standings to ninth.</p><p>Danny Graham converted a penalty to help Blackburn to victory over bottom side Ipswich</p><p>Rotherham remain just above the bottom three after losing 4-2 at home to Brentford, who led after only two minutes through Kamohelo Mokotjo's strike. Jon Taylor equalised to send the Millers into the break level but Said Benrahma quickly restored the Bees' advantage in the second half.</p><p>An Ezri Konsa own goal got Rotherham all-square once more but Mokotjo and Neal Maupay struck again to extend Brentford's unbeaten league run to six games.</p><p>Steven Fletcher's 62nd-minute goal saw Sheffield Wednesday defeat Wigan 1-0 at Hillsborough while Preston pulled away from relegation danger after winning 4-1 at QPR.</p><p>North End powered into a comfortable lead courtesy of efforts from Jayden Stockley, Jordan Storey and Alan Browne. Matt Smith headed a late reply for the Hoops but Brad Potts restored the three-goal cushion in the 87th minute. </p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p>Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual.</p><p>Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?</p><p> We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. To do this we will link your MailOnline account with your Facebook account. We’ll ask you to confirm this for your first post to Facebook.</p><p>Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group</p>
anny Pacquaio and believes tonight could the ‘defining moment’ of his boxing career.</p><p>Pacquaio puts his WBA welterweight belt on the line against the American at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.</p><p>“I’m not in awe of any fighter, especially Manny Pacquiao,” Broner said. “I hope he’s in awe of me. I’m a one-of-a-kind fighter, too.</p><p>“I’ve made history in this sport. I just have to go out and win this fight, then everything is going to start going my way.</p><p>“Saturday night, I will be victorious. This is a defining moment in my career, and it’s going to be one of the biggest nights of my life.”</p><p>Broner’s boxing record stands at 33–3-1 going into his clash with Pacquiao tonight.</p><p>His biggest payday to date was £780,000 ($1million) but he has been tipped to take home a massive eight-figure sum in US dollars from his Las Vegas showdown.</p><p>The 29-year-old is reportedly guaranteed $2.5m before Pay-Per-View bonuses are added.</p><p>According to Celebrity Net Worth, Broner's wealth is estimated to be approximately $9m (£7m).</p><p>Rau'shee Warren vs Nordine Oubaali (men’s bantamweight bout)</p><p>Badou Jack vs Marcus Browne (WBA interim light-heavyweight title fight)</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
who currently occupy fourth place.</p><p>Ramsey was one of the standout performers which again posed the question of why he has been allowed to leave the club on a free transfer.</p><p>Keown took aim at the club’s decision to retract their offer of a contract extension, which had been on the table for Ramsey.</p><p>“It’s the saddest thing of all really, how well he executed the plan today but in possession and out of possession,” he told BT Sport.</p><p>“He’s obviously doing that to such an extent that [Mesut] Ozil can’t get near the team.</p><p>“But Ramsey’s not going to be part of their future and I find that sad.</p><p>“I find it a little bit sickening that he’s going to be leaving, they’re trying to make progress and one player who was singly so important won’t be a part of Arsenal’s future.”</p><p>Although there has not yet been any official confirmation, Ramsey has reportedly signed a pre-contract agreement with Juventus and he will join up with the Italians in the summer.</p><p>“It’s madness and he’s going to Turin and Italy next season,” Keown added.</p><p>“It’s not as if he’s going to some Mickey Mouse team, he’s going to one of the best teams in Europe.</p><p>“Arsenal have lost him and I don’t know who’s making those decisions.”</p><p>One positive from the situation is that Unai Emery will not be losing Ramsey this month.</p><p>The 27-year-old will definitely be staying until the end of the season.</p><p>The Spaniard confirmed the club will only be allowed to sign loan player this month due to financial restrictions.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
sion.</p><p>NEW ORLEANS — Here is what I wish for our humble sporting city some year soon: total, utter and absolute chaos on this January weekend. </p><p>Once — just once — it would be something if both of our football teams figure out a way to be good — and I mean really, legitimately good — in the same year, good enough to finish in first place in their respective division, good enough to earn home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. In the same year. At the same time.</p><p>The Giants and Jets have shared the same city for a combined 106 seasons in the Super Bowl Era. They have shared the same stadium for a combined 70 seasons since the Jets gave up the ghost at old Shea Stadium and joined the Giants in Jersey in time for the 1984 seasons.</p><p>There have been a total — a total — of three championship games played in that time. Three. THREE! And one of them actually deserves an asterisk: the one time the Jets had the game on their home field was in 1968, and they didn’t earn the right by having a better record than the Raiders (the Jets were 11-3 that year, the Raiders 12-2), but because until 1975 pro football randomly rotated where those games were held, unbeholden to who actually had the best record.</p><p>Both were for the Giants, and both were impressive: the 17-0 whitewash of the Redskins in the ’86 NFC Championship (played on Jan. 11, 1987) in which the wind and the epic Giants defense completely dominated, a 17-0 game that felt in every way like it was 71-0. And then there was the 41-0 bloodletting of the Vikings in the 2000 NFC title game (played on Jan. 14, 2001) in which the Giants led 34-0 at the half.</p><p>And what’s more is, there has really never been a year when the possibility of both the Jets and the Giants hosting championship games has ever really been in play. Heck, there have only been five of those years — again, all-caps are warranted: FIVE! — when the two teams have even qualified for the playoffs at the same time.</p><p>The closest call was probably 1986, when the Giants started 8-2 on the way to Super Bowl XXI and the Jets started 10-1 — but the Jets quickly went 0-5 to close out the season and squeaked into the playoffs as a wild card.</p><p>In November 2008, at a time when the defending-champion Giants were 10-1 and the Jets were 8-3 after knicking off the previously unbeaten Tennessee Titans, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell actually saw fit to clarify what would happen if the Jets and the Giants ever did right their ships completely.</p><p>Obviously, holding a championship-day doubleheader would be out of the question. Because even if you held one game at, say, noon and the other at 8:30 p.m., the logistics of turning the stadium over would be virtually impossible. And Goodell said with certainty that they wouldn’t split the games Saturday/Sunday, because that would mean the first game would give one of the participating teams just six days to prepare.</p><p>So if and when this happens, there will be one game held Sunday (figure on a 4:30 kickoff) and one Monday night (around 8:30 or so).</p><p>Logic and probability tell you that sometime, some year, this has to happen, even if it seems, at this point, virtually impossible to envision that scenario any time soon. Still … that’s what we thought for years and years with the Yankees and the Mets, who shared the city starting in 1962 and never even qualified for the playoffs together until 1999, yet it was the very next year when they delivered a Subway Series to us, and there were decades where we never thought that would happen.</p><p>There is no way I can recommend strongly enough “Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists,” an HBO documentary debuting Jan. 28 at 8 p.m. Folks like me owe our livelihoods to the professional pathways they built for us. But proud New Yorkers are similarly in debt for the way the two of them chronicled our city for well over 100 years between them. Trust me: It runs for close to two hours and you’ll be wanting two more when it’s over.</p><p>The time is overdue for the men responsible for the disgrace that Fordham University basketball has become to be shown the door so a competent voice can finally be ushered in at last. That line begins with athletic director David Roach, though he should have some company on his way out.</p><p>At the start of my career, Bob Sutton used to give me an awful lot of lessons about the ins and outs of football back when he was the head coach at West Point. I’ll be at the other game Sunday, which means I’ll have no reason not to openly root for Sutton, Kansas City’s defensive coordinator, to make it to the Super Bowl with the Chiefs.</p><p> News Corp. is a network of leading companies in the world of diversified media, news, and information services. </p>