alex salmond appears in court accused of sexual offences while he was first minister of scotland. he denies the charges. two metal detectorists have been found guilty of stealing and concealing a viking hoard of coins and jewellry worth millions of pounds — much of which is still missing. in a moment, it will be time for sportsday. but first, a look at what else is coming up this evening on bbc news. in beyond 100 days at 7pm, we'll bring you the very latest on the trump impeachment hearing in washington. after 8pm, what now for prince andrew? we'll ask what impact the story has had on the royal family. and at 10.1i0pm and 11.30pm, we'll have a first look at tomorrow morning's front pages in the papers. joining me tonight are our reviewers, nicola bartlett, political correspondent
from the daily mirror, and olivia utley, deputy leader writer from the sun. hope you can join hope you canjoin us hope you can join us for that. that's all ahead on bbc news. now, though, it's sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday. i'm jane dougall. we have some serious big names on the programme tonight, starting with this man — jose the programme tonight, starting with this man —jose mourinho. the new tottenham manager says he won't make the same mistakes that he made at previous clubs. we'll also hear from anthony joshua, who's philosophical about that shock defeat to andy ruinr, as he prepares for their huge re—match. and, andy who? great britain's other murray helps them reach the quarter finals of the davis cup as his brother is rested. also coming up in the programme: he's still breaking new zealand hearts. a half century for ben stokes helps england to a comfortable
start in the first test. and frienimies! faf de klerk and tom curry re—adjust to life as team—mates, after going head—to—head in the world cup final. and, staying with rugby, what on earth is joe marler talking about? that horse at the moment wants to go out on saturday, wants to clip to the stoop, and he wants to say hello to those fans. a very warm welcome to the programme. he's had some interesting press conferences in the premier league over the years — there was the special one, the special one x2, then there was the happy one. today, in his first news conference
as tottenham manager, jose mourinho said he was the humble one. the former chelsea and manchester united manager went on to say he wouldn't be making the same mistakes as he had done at previous clubs. you never lose your dna, you never lose your identity. you are what you are, for the good things, for the bad things. by had time to think about many things. during my career, i made mistakes and i'm knocking to make the same mistakes. i'm going to make the same mistakes. i'm going to make new mistakes. but i think i am stronger by the emotional point of view. i'm relaxed, iam motivated, i am ready. ithink view. i'm relaxed, iam motivated, i am ready. i think they have to see me as mrclub, am ready. i think they have to see me as mr club, which means every clu b me as mr club, which means every club that i go, as i used to say in a funny way, i arrive, i wear the pajama of the club and i even sleep with the pajama. i am a clubman. but many clubs man. i am not chelsea, i
am not united, i am many clubs man. i am not chelsea, i am not united, iam not many clubs man. i am not chelsea, i am not united, i am not real madrid. iam all of am not united, i am not real madrid. i am all of them. i give every single to all of them and that is what i'm going to do here, is to give absolutely every thing i haven't. this is not about me coming here and saying everything was wrong with marie chio, not at all. not at all. ijust come to try with marie chio, not at all. not at all. i just come to try and understand why, in the last year, the results in the premier league we re the results in the premier league were not good. and to try to understand how i can help them to reach again a good level because, as i was saying, the players are very good and i am not here to make dramatic changes. so he's now well and truly back, and as our sports correspondent natalie pirks explains, he's once again got plenty to prove. this press conference was brought to you by the words happy and humble, not something you would normally associate with jose not something you would normally associate withjose mourinho. it was strange to see him sitting in
pochettino‘s said, wearing purple, but he was relaxed, he was charming, he was witchy. frankly, all the things he always says when he starts a newjob. he knew the criticism leveled against him like he does not promote youth. one of the criticisms, he spends too much money. we know daniel levy does not do that. he spoke at how this squad is balanced and it's a perfect christmas gift already you have this squad. he says he was the pyjamas of the club he works of but i don't think he met literally. any key means he eats, leaves, sleeps the clu b means he eats, leaves, sleeps the club he works for. he says he is happy in one not make the same mistakes. let's see if the newly branded humble one can win over spurs fans. moving onto tennis now.
great britain are through to the quarter finals of the davis cup after beating kazakhstan, but it went down to the wire. britain were in the lead after kyle edmund impressively overcame mikhail kukushkin in straight sets, but then dan evans‘ loss to alexander bublik put them back level. gb‘s fate was left to the doubles duo ofjamie murray and neal skupski, as rhia chohan reports. this was a match which carried the weight of a guaranteed quarterfinal place for great britain, and would alexander sent on a serve in excess of 125 mph, it handed dan evans the first set. but the chasm should better signs in the second and the tide turned. a crucial mists from the british number one suggested he was struggling to keep his head, and frustrations began to show. he broke to ta ke frustrations began to show. he broke to take the lead and eventually leveled proceedings 6—4, much to the light of kazakhstan‘s boisterous fans. and in the decider, the world number 57 performed for the party. it would be down tojimmy murray and
neil to clinch victory in the doubles. with elimination looming, they would not believing this to change. the doubles players will be facing two exhausted singles players. it was no surprise britain raced through the first set into any five minutes, 6—1. but because extend did have something left in them and their fans briefly found her voice again. it was time to focus. the british pair took their second match point, setting up a quarterfinal against germany on friday. rhia chohan, bbc news. so another great day for britain, and it was done without andy murray. captain leon smith told russell fuller that the team have shown their strength in depth today. we knew we had to kia rents to go. —— we had kyle ready to go. difficult to go again at a high
intensity tempo. we got coyotes ago andi intensity tempo. we got coyotes ago and i think it was the right decision to do that, now gives us time because we have scheduled tomorrow evening that we can see how eve ryo ne tomorrow evening that we can see how everyone is — not tonight, but tomorrow. do some practices, see who is ready to go for germany. is this one of the most difficult selection decision you have had since captain? it may be, but it is... look at who was in the best physical condition but look at the matchups again, inc. those factors together to come out with u thick is the best team and... yesterday we may not have had that as much but we do come and we will look at that. still to come on sportsday: we'll hear from some of the british students who've been hand—picked to train for the nfl without having to go all the way to the states to do it. and, how do you greet your club
team—mate after beating him in the rugby world cup final? yeah, just got a little on my right shoulder, and, yeah, it was a gold medal. and a hello. brutal there. now, it's been a tough few months for anthonyjoshua after losing three of his four belts in the defeat to andy ruinr. but the british heavyweight boxer says he won't be content with his legacy in the sport if he fails to become a world champion again. the 30—year—old fights ruinr in a re—match next month in saudi arabia. he told mike costello that he lost more than just those belts. i love this. i'm looking at that man in the mirrorand i love this. i'm looking at that man in the mirror and i'm teaching myself. i just know in the mirror and i'm teaching myself. ijust know how tough this game is and how much i have to give to it. it's just game is and how much i have to give to it. it'sjust about game is and how much i have to give to it. it's just about me. game is and how much i have to give to it. it'sjust about me. it's in my legacy. it did not feel like i a man. isaid my legacy. it did not feel like i a man. i said it felt like i needed to
add something, so i still felt the same person i add something, so i still felt the same person i was, add something, so i still felt the same person i was, hence the no complaints, i wasn't crying over spilt milk, but ijust felt like i needed to add more. and the blessing asi needed to add more. and the blessing as i gota needed to add more. and the blessing as i got a second shot of doing it. here we are stoppard was there, when you looked back, one significant factor you could say was the reason he lost? yet. but i'm not quick to say it. is that to do with you or someone else in the camp? me. complacency? no. i've never been complacent. i did lose and i am upset about that, but it is what it is and it happens. it happened to me. i had to take it. but it wasn't complacency. but the issues i had, i fixed, and i may drop it on my youtube channel one day. this is what makes a journey interesting. i loved it. you can love it too much because yellow that is a good
question. -- that is a good question. -- that is a good question. not a bad things to point how much pressure did you feel from the outside to part company with robert mccracken? when you... i am not perfect. broad is not perfect. we are definitely trying. we have the give people chances. even when i leave the gym, people think i am not with the boys, chilling. i watching boxing. iam with the boys, chilling. i watching boxing. i am looking at that man in the mirror and boxing. i am looking at that man in the mirrorand i'm boxing. i am looking at that man in the mirror and i'm teaching myself, definitely stopping there are many a great name that have come back and one a title, had to regain the title. how important will this be for your legacy. whatever you going to do from here? it is not about this one night. it is about what i wa nt to this one night. it is about what i want to make of it. it's not about
no one. it is just about me. this want to make of it. it's not about no one. it isjust about me. this is my legacy. this next fight only means something to me. ijust know how tough this game is and how much i've got to give to it. december seven does not end. but when it is done, i handed my gloves, we can talk about legacy. but now this is just a journey. fascinating there. to new zealand next, where there was a promising start from england on the first day of the first test. three half centuries helped them to 241—4 at close of play against the kiwis, with ben stokes once again centre stage, asjoe wilson reports. new zealand's mount maunganui is hosting its first ever test match, england's dom sibley is playing his first and he was welcomed traditionally. well, he's here to bat. on the money, and he's away. the first ball sibley faced went ok. in fact, it went for four.
sibley open the innings with rory burns — they're old mates, and they got england past 50. sibley sadly departed for 22. ross taylor takes a beauty... but he is just 2a, and with a stubborn approach he could go far. this ground is a grassy oval on the bay of plenty. 52 for rory burns was enough to keep england steady to keep the ball rolling. but new zealand got rid of england's captain cheaply. joe root, out for two, and new zealand felt the significance of that. but joe denly prevailed. at 33, denly‘s certainly determined to make the most of his winter. this one's gone further. it's gone all the way to six. and then ben stokes. up and over. enough said. now, this partnership was concluding the day england's way, but denly, on 7a, a diving watling, and new zealand had their man. yes, but not the man. the chance to get rid of ben stokes was missed.
taken — no, down. he'll begin day two on 67 with england 241—4, and this moment lingering in the minds of both sides. joe wilson, bbc news. lucky there, wasn't he? and there is full coverage of the second day's play between england and new zealand with the text match special team on 5live sports extra from 9pm tonight. footballers in the netherlands‘ top two divisions will not play during the first minute of their matches this weekend to protest against racism. it comes after excelsior‘s ahmad mendes moreira was racially abused by den boss fans on sunday. dutch football journalist marcel van der krann says it's become a big problem within the dutch game. the netherlands is facing the biggest racism problem in football it's ever known. we have had minor incidents in the past but never before in such a multicultural country come and when we saw at