Bianchi honoured by street name in Nice
NICE (France) • French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi, who died in hospital in Nice following a Japanese Grand Prix crash in October 2014, now has a street named after him in his home city.
The street links up with the Rue Camille Muffat, named after the Nice-born 2012 Olympic swimming champion who died in a helicopter crash in Argentina in 2015.
Warriors coach blasts players' All-Star picks
NEW YORK • Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr railed at National Basketball Association players for their All-Star selections, saying they "made a mockery of it".
The league granted players 25 per cent control of the All-Star starters vote for the first time and they came up with surprising choices, like rookie Ben Simmons and veteran Mo Williams, both of whom have not played a minute this season.
Deulofeu seals loan to Milan till season's end
LONDON • Spanish winger Gerard Deulofeu's on-off loan move to Serie A giants AC Milan from Everton finally went through on Monday.
The 22-year-old former Barcelona player - capped once by Spain - played just 13 times for Everton this season. The loan deal is until the end of the present campaign.
Sorry Wenger to face 3-game touchline ban
LONDON • Arsene Wenger is likely to face a three-match touchline ban after being charged with misconduct by the English Football Association for pushing fourth official Anthony Taylor and using abusive language towards him during Sunday's 2-1 Premier League win over Burnley.
The Arsenal manager apologised for his actions and, on that basis, is not expected to contest the charge by Thursday's 6pm deadline.
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City still Toure's focus despite China offer
LONDON • Yaya Toure wants to remain at Manchester City amid reports of a big-money offer from China.
Reports last week said Toure, 33, had rejected an approach from a Chinese Super League football club that would have seen him paid £430,000 (S$ 762,000) a week.