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BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Alejandro Sabella, who steered Argentina to the World Cup final in Brazil, has decided to quit as national team coach, Argentine media...
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LONDON (Reuters) - The Caterham Formula One team said on Tuesday they were taking legal action against former employees who have threatened to sue for alleged...
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LONDON (Reuters) - Midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin and striker Jay Rodriguez will not be leaving Southampton, the Premier League club's chairman said on Tuesday.
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Barkley, 20, enjoyed a breakthrough season under manager Roberto Martinez last term, earning widespread praise for some dynamic performances and a place in...
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LONDON (Reuters) - An excited Didier Drogba is back at Chelsea to try to help the former European champions end a five-year wait to land the Premier League title,...
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St Helens' scrumhalf, Australian Luke Walsh, has undergone surgery for a broken fibula, and won't be back on the paddock for four months.
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LONDON (Reuters) - Liverpool signed teenager Divock Origi on Tuesday before immediately loaning the Belgium World Cup striker back to Ligue 1 side Lille for next...
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MUNICH Germany (Reuters) - Lawyers for Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone held talks with German prosecutors on Tuesday to try to settle a bribery trial that...
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PARIS (Reuters) - It is seen as the ultimate macho sport, but for the 12 captains in Paris on Tuesday at the official launch of the women's World Cup there is...
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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Former Belgian champions Racing Genk wasted no time in reacting to the disappointment of losing their opening game of the new season by...
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GLASGOW (Reuters) - Catching criminals and lifting weights is all in a day's work for Turks and Caicos Islands’ policeman Michael Francois but the strong arm of...
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England have a commanding lead of 246 runs over India at the end of day three of the third Test in Southampton.
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BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona want to use Lionel Messi to help expand commercial ties with Russia despite diplomatic tensions between Moscow and the West, the...
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SOUTHAMPTON England (Reuters) - India's Ajinkya Rahane hit a patient half-century but England took another two wickets to maintain control on day three of the...
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ROME (Reuters) - Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal is not heading for Manchester United but is fundamental to champions Juventus and is happy to stay, the Italian...
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