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Kyle Lafferty has declared himself fit for Northern Irelands Euro 2016 opener after returning to training on Friday morning. The 28-year-old looked to be struggling for Sundays fixture against Poland in Nice after limping out of a morning workout on Tuesday with a groin problem.The injury limited him to work on a bike machine the following day before undergoing scans to determine the severity of the problem. However, having received positive news on the scan on Wednesday, the Norwich City forward was given the green light to resume training with the remainder of the squad at their Saint-Georges-de-Reneins base.And during a resistance-band exercise, he mimicked a prancing horse - much to the amusement of his colleagues - before insisting he would be fine for the Polish test lying in wait on the French Riviera. Lafferty was back training with Northern Ireland squad on Friday morning Laffertys appearance gave manager Michael ONeill a clean bill of health with all 23 members of the travelling party involved in the session ahead of the Group C tie.In an interview with the Irish Football Association, the former Rangers striker said: Its feeling good, I trained by myself yesterday, did a few runs, a few twists and turns and it feels good.Seeing the way I fell, the way I landed, I thought the worst, but I came through it and got the scan results which were all clear and Ive never felt better. Lafftery (2nd Right) has declared himself fit for Sundays Euro 2016 opener When I had the sharpest pain in my groin, I thought the worst, as you do, but the longer the day went on, I started feeling better as I was getting more stiff and that was probably a good sign.I went for a scan and the results came back clear and it gave me the go-ahead to start training intense again. I have and I feel great.Of his team-mates antics on the training field, defender Gareth McAuley says it is nothing more than they have come to expect from the joker in the squad. Gareth McAuley praises squad clown Lafferty after fitness scare Thats just Kyle, he keeps us all entertained, said the West Brom star. Hes not far off making himself the clown, but once we get there and at the stadium he will be fully focused and he knows how important he is to us.Hes a big player in what were trying to do. Hes all right, I think he was like Bambi on ice the other day. Hes gone through it all right - at some stage he slept in the chapel at the hotel the other night!But hes in good spirits. It gave us all a bit of a scare but hes fine.Northern Ireland fly out to Nice on Saturday morning and will train at the stadium in the afternoon prior to their first ever fixture at a European Championship finals. 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Alan Page Jersey . FIFA said in a statement Friday that "several racist and discriminatory incidents were apparently perpetrated by local supporters during the match, in particular by displaying neo-Nazi banners and by making monkey noises and gestures as well as Nazi salutes.TSN, the official specialty channel of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, has confirmed its Olympic Winter Games broadcast schedule from February 7-23. In total, TSN and TSN2 will broadcast more than 250 hours of Olympic coverage from Sochi, Russia as part of the networks partnership with Official Broadcaster CBC/Radio-Canada. TSN and TSN2s Olympic broadcast schedules are highlighted by prime-time encores of all Team Canada hockey games, which will complement CBCs live daytime coverage, as well as live coverage of Team Canada mens and womens curling, figure skating, and more. The networks Team Canada hockey coverage will be led by NHL ON TSN host James Duthie, Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie and analysts Craig Button, Mike Johnson, and Jamie McLennan. In addition, SportsCentre reporter Ryan Rishaug will be in Sochi to deliver all the news surrounding Canadas Olympic hockey squads. Team Canadas Olympic mens hockey team is the focus of TSNs pre-game show airing tonight (Friday, Jan. 31) at 7:30 p.m. ET before NHL ON TSN: Vancouver @ Winnipeg. As part of the one-hour special, TSNs Michael Farber sits down for an extended interview with Tampa Bay Lighting superstar Steven Stamkos, who speaks about his recovery from injury, the possibility of playing for gold alongside Sidney Crosby, and the absence of teammate Marty St. Louis from Team Canada. Throughout the Olympic Winter Games, SportsCentres Nabil Karim will also be in the TSN Studio to host the networks non-hockey Olympic events. TSN Radio TSN Radio, the official affiliate radio broadcaster of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, will deliver live coverage of all Team Canada hockey games on TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto, TSN Radio 690 in Montreal, TSN Radio 1290 in Winnipeg, TSN Radio 1200 in Ottawa, TSN Radio 1260 in Edmonton, and TEAM 1040 in Vancouver, and online at TSN.ca/Radio. Calling all the mens games are play-by-play commentator Gord Miller and analyst Mike Johnson, with Jim Tatti and Jeff ONeill co-hosting TSN Radios mens hockey coverage. Miller will be also joined by analyst and two-time Olympic gold medallist Cheryl Pounder for all of Team Canadas womens hockey games. TSN Radios team of stations will also feature news and updates from reporter Jonas Siegel, who will on site in Sochi to follow Team Canadas quest for gold on ice. Friday, Feb. 7 - 11 a.m. ET – Simulcast of the Opening Ceremony (TSN2) - 12 p.m. ET – (Joined In Progress) Simulcast of the Opening Ceremony Saturday, Feb. 8- 7:30 p.m. ET – (Encore) Womens Hockey: Canada vs. Switzerland Sunday, Feb. 9- 1:25 a.m. ET – Snowboard: Ladies Slopestyle - 4:00 a.m. ET – Snowboard: Ladies Slopestyle- 4:55 a.m. ET – Cross-Country Skiing: Mens Skiathlon (TSN2)- 6:25 a.m. ET – Long Track Speed Skating: Ladies 3000m - 9:25 a.m. ET – Biathlon: Womens 7.5km Sprint - 12:25 p.m. ET – Ski Jumping: Mens Individual- 7:30 p.m. ET – (Encore) Figure Skating (TSN2) Monday, Feb. 10- 1:55 a.m. ET – Alpine Skiing: Ladies Super Combined Downhill- 5 a.m. ET – Curling – Womens: China vs. Canada - 5:55 a.m. ET – Alpine Skiing: Ladies Super Combined Slalom (TSN2)- 7:55 a.m. ET – Speed Skating: Mens 500m (TSN2)- 10 a.m. ET – Curling: Mens – Canada vs. Switzerland - 7:30 p.m. ET – (Encore) Hockey: Womens – Canada vs. Finland Tuesday, Feb. 11- 12:55 a.m. ET – Freestyle Skiing: Ladies Slopestyle - 3:55 a.m. ET – Freestyle Skiing: Ladies Slopestyle - 4:55 a.m. ET – Snowboard: Mens Halfpipe (TSN2)- 5 a.m. ET – Hockey: Womens – Germany vs. Sweden- 7:45 a.m. ET – Short Track Speed Skating: Ladies 500m- 9:55 a.m. ET – Snowboard: Mens Halfpipe (TSN2)- 11 a.m. ET – Luge: Womens Singles- 11 a.m. ET – Hockey: Womens – Russia vs. Japan (TSN2)- 12:30 p.m. ET – Snowboard: Mens Halfpipe (TSN2)- 12:45 p.m. ET – Ski Jumping: Womens Individual - 7:30 p.m. ET – (Encore) Hockey - 12 midnight ET – Curling: Mens – TBD vs. TBD Wednesday, Feb. 12- 3 a.m. ET – Hockey: Womens – Switzerland vs. Finland (TSN2)- 5 a.m. ET &nddash; 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