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Man City make Premier League history with Huddersfield win

Man City make Premier League history with Huddersfield win

Because there are games every three days and you have to play a lot of games like this. Brokenfinger? I'll see myself out, thanks. "The guys competed amazingly, which is why we won". While their seemingly unstoppable rise has been built upon their irresistible attack, it was resilience that saw beat promoted Huddersfield for their 18th successive victory. Read More

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Robinho sentenced to nine years in prison for sexual assault

Robinho sentenced to nine years in prison for sexual assault

Five other men were also found guilty along with the player, who now represents Atlético Mineiro. A statement posted on his official Instagram account also says: "'We would like to clarify that he has already defended himself against the accusations, affirming that he did not participate in the episode", said a statement posted on Robinho's Instagram feed. Read More

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CJI critical of another petition to stop release of Padmavati

CJI critical of another petition to stop release of Padmavati

Sources said that there were protests in Ambala, Karnal, Hisar, Mahendargarh and Dadri districts demanding the ban of the movie by various organizations including Rajputs. But Gurugram Police Commissioner Sandeep Khirwar refused to comment on the issue. The commission told Sandhu to look into the matter immediately and take an appropriate action in accordance with the law and then apprise the commission what action has been taken. Read More

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UCLA fires coach Jim Mora

UCLA fires coach Jim Mora

The Bruins had a 46-30 record under Mora, a former Falcons head coach. Athletic director Dan Guerrero announced the decision and said offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch would take over the program on an interim basis for the rest of the 2017 season. Read More

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Pakistan's Mohammad Hazeef suspended by ICC for illegal bowling action

Pakistan's Mohammad Hazeef suspended by ICC for illegal bowling action

ICC suspended him from bowling in global cricket on Thursday. After the assessment, it came to light that he had exceeded the 15 degree level of tolerance as permitted according to the ICC regulations. In April 2015, his bowling action was passed as legal by the governing body. In a different time, Hafeez's action was called in Australia as well - back in 2005 - while just before he was reported in November 2014, he was also reported in a Champions League T20 game in India . Read More

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'Predator' Lacazette MUST start for Arsenal against Tottenham

'Predator' Lacazette MUST start for Arsenal against Tottenham

For the first time in 22 years, Tottenham finished above their bitters rivals, sealing the Gunners' fate in a 2-0 win at the Lane. It shouldn't be forgotten that it was Arsenal which ended last season with a trophy - the FA Cup - and Tottenham's critics argue that Mauricio Pochettino's team need to win silverware as a form of validation of its progress. Read More

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Italy sacks Ventura after World Cup failure

Italy sacks Ventura after World Cup failure

Ventura was widely criticised for his tactics and team selection, but many say root and branch reform is needed to get Italy back to the pinnacle of world football. Former Italy worldwide Gianfranco Zola says it is necessary to replace Ventura. " That would be the easiest solution, if it were possible ", Ulivieri said. Read More

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Tennessee fires Butch Jones

Tennessee fires Butch Jones

Tennessee, 4-6 overall and 0-6 in the SEC, in danger of missing a bowl game for the first time since 2013, Jones' first season. "For that reason, I have asked Coach Jones to step down as head football coach". Lost six of 10 games so far this season. Defensive line coach Brady Hoke will replace Jones for the rest of the season with games against LSU and Vanderbilt remaining. Read More

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Loftus-Cheek wins Man of the Match on England debut

Loftus-Cheek wins Man of the Match on England debut

Ruben Loftus-Cheek will make his global debut in midfield, while Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is also in line to win his first cap for England against the world champions. "What we've seen is Gareth will pick those players. We were always going to play Jordan (on Friday night), but we'll now play Joe on Tuesday". And he sparkled against the world champions on his worldwide bow by putting in a display that earned him the man-of-the match award. Read More

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Patriots claim tight end Martellus Bennett off waivers

Patriots claim tight end Martellus Bennett off waivers

Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported on Friday that the Packers released Bennett because he has a torn rotator cuff. Bennett claims the Packers were trying to force him to "play thru a major injury". Bennett, however, passed his physical with the Patriots on Friday and was on the practice field. They even gave me an xray as well. They tried to fuck over me. Read More

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Stanford vs. Washington State 11/4/17

Stanford vs. Washington State 11/4/17

Stanford: RB Bryce Love sat out last week's squeaker victory over Oregon State with an ankle injury, but remains the nation's leading rusher with 1,387 yards this season. In the five games that he has attempted a pass, Costello is 43 of 67 for 492 yards with four touchdown and no interceptions. At the end of the drive - which ended with a 27-yard pass touchdown pass to Renard Bell that gave WSU a 14-7 lead - Falk had 13,632 career yards. Read More

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Harry Kane is out of Spurs' clash with Manchester United

Harry Kane is out of Spurs' clash with Manchester United

Though he would no doubt rather have Kane fit and firing against United, Pochettino may be encouraged by the fact that Tottenham have not lost a match when the 24-year-old hasn't played in over three years. The players are not machines and it's hard to cope with worldwide duty and to play every three days. "It's lucky it's not a big problem but he's not going to play tomorrow". Read More

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Many of Texans players kneel during national anthem in protest of owner

Many of Texans players kneel during national anthem in protest of owner

Houston Texans players, stung by team owner Bob McNair's remarks while discussing the NFL's national anthem demonstrations, knelt for "The Star-Spangled Banner" before their game in Seattle on Sunday. Texans left tackle Duane Brown told reporters that he was "sickened" by McNair's words. "We put our bodies and minds on the line every time we step onto that field, and to use an analogy of inmates in a prison, I'd say that's disrespectful". Read More

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NFL's request for expedited hearing rejected, Elliott to play vs. Washington

NFL's request for expedited hearing rejected, Elliott to play vs. Washington

Judge Katherine Failla sets next Zeke hearing on injunction for 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30 in NYC, denying National Football League move. The NFL was hoping to get the hearing moved up to this Friday, Oct. Check out our Cowboys Report podcast! As the case has gone through the legal process, Elliott has been able to play in each and every game this season in spite of being suspended for six weeks by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Read More

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Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland unseeded for World Cup draw

Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland unseeded for World Cup draw

Northern Ireland (23rd), Sweden (25th), Republic of Ireland (26th) and Greece (47th) go into the draw unseeded, with the latter looking to become the first UEFA nation to reach three successive World Cups via the play-offs. Northern Ireland join the Republic of Ireland as an unseeded country in the draw, but have fallen to 23 in the latest standings. Once one ball has been taken from pot one and another from pot two, they will be placed in a central pot, mixed and then drawn one by one. Read More

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Antonio Conte commits to Chelsea after 'year of suffering'

Antonio Conte commits to Chelsea after 'year of suffering'

If Milan don't experience a good level of success this season, which presumably means qualifying for the Champions League at the very least, Montella's position may not be as tenable as it now is. "I trained a team of elementary school kids", he told GQ. Conte explained that he felt as though as a result of the number of teams vying for the league title, the competition is more fierce, therefore making the Premier League the most intense in the world. Read More

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10th Hockey Asia Cup 2017: Pakistan face India in Dhaka on Sunday

10th Hockey Asia Cup 2017: Pakistan face India in Dhaka on Sunday

After the termination of Roelant Oltmans' contract , many thought that new coach Sjoerd Marijne would find it a bit hard initially to find the right chemistry from the team. Harmanpreet made no mistake in converting it and take India's lead to a formidable 5-0. A day after thrashing hosts Bangladesh 7-0, the Greenshirts were a good bet to collect another win, even more so because Japan had suffered a 5-1 spanking at the hands of India in their opening fixture. Read More

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Nadal overcomes Dimitrov to make Shanghai Masters semi

Nadal overcomes Dimitrov to make Shanghai Masters semi

Federer, the Swiss world number two, plays Richard Gasquet in the last eight on Friday after Gasquet outlasted fellow Frenchman Gilles Simon in a marathon three-setter. This year's French Open and US Open champion did not have it all his own way at the Association of Tennis Professionals Masters 1000 tournament, winning 6-3, 6-7, 6-3. Read More

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Martinez confirms Lukaku fit to face Cyprus

Martinez confirms Lukaku fit to face Cyprus

There's no need to say what it means for us and for our fans, and I hope that we can play a great game and bring the three points back to Manchester. "I don't think the state of the pitch played any part and it was just a collision between two strong players who wanted to win the ball". Read More

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