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  • Matteo Guendouzi Stock Continues to Fall

    Matteo Guendouzi Stock Continues to Fall

    Arsenal starlet Matteo Guendouzi isn’t having the best time of it right now.

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  • Decision Time For T20 World Cup Suspension as IPL Pressure Grows

    Decision Time For T20 World Cup Suspension as IPL Pressure Grows

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) is set to finally officially postpone the 2020 T20 ICC World Cup when they meet on Friday following increasing pressure from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

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  • "Beautiful": Mourinho Praises Lloris-Son Half-Time Clash

    "Beautiful": Mourinho Praises Lloris-Son Half-Time Clash

    Tottenham kept alive their European hopes with a 1-0 win over Everton but the big talking point was a half-time altercation between teammates Son Heung-Min and Hugo Lloris which Spurs manager Jose Mourinho described as “beautiful”.

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  • Mourinho Fuels Arsenal Feud After Social Media Jibe

    Mourinho Fuels Arsenal Feud After Social Media Jibe

    The long-standing rivalry between Tottenham and Arsenal has been further fueled with Jose Mourinho hitting out at the Gunners after a social media full of schadenfreude at Spurs’ expense.

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  • Bottas Wins Chaotic F1 Season Opener After Kneel Controversy

    Bottas Wins Chaotic F1 Season Opener After Kneel Controversy

    Valtteri Bottas lead from start to finish to claim the Austrian Grand Prix as Formula 1 returned behind closed doors in Spielberg following the lengthy delay to commence the 2020 season.

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  • Denly Included in England Squad for First Test

    Denly Included in England Squad for First Test

    Joe Denly has been backed in as England announced their 13-member squad for the First Test against the West Indies starting on Wednesday in Southampton.

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  • Miguel Almiron Slowly Turns Doubters Into Believers

    Miguel Almiron Slowly Turns Doubters Into Believers

    Newcastle United forward Miguel Almiron is turning doubters into believers.

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  • Pep: Southampton Put 10 Players On The Penalty Spot

    Pep: Southampton Put 10 Players On The Penalty Spot

    Manchester City’s volatile season continued after a 1-0 defeat away to Southampton on Sunday coming only days after they crushed champions Liverpool 4-0.

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  • The Relief of Che Adams

    The Relief of Che Adams

    It’s been a tough year for Southampton star Che Adams.

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  • Flick Hails "Extraordinary" Bayern Double

    Flick Hails "Extraordinary" Bayern Double

    Two trophies down, one to go for Bayern Munich after they won the German DFB Pokal on Saturday with a 4-2 win over Bayer Leverkusen at Berlin’s Olympiastadion.

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  • Will We See More of Matty Longstaff Now?

    Will We See More of Matty Longstaff Now?

    Where next for Matty Longstaff?The Newcastle United youngster still hasn’t resolved his contract dispute with the club and hasn’t featured since the resumption of the Premier League.

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  • The Premier League Goes Into Overdive

    The Premier League Goes Into Overdive

    The Premier League has finally exploded into life.

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  • American Football Team to Review Their Name

    American Football Team to Review Their Name

    The American football team, the Washington Redskins, are to consider changing their controversial name after coming under pressure from major sponsors.

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  • Former Marathon World Record Holder Given Drugs Ban

    Former Marathon World Record Holder Given Drugs Ban

    Wilson Kipsang, the 38-year old Kenyan former world record holder, has been given a four-year doping ban by WADA (the World Anti-Doping Agency).

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  • Plans for Fans at French Open Outlined

    Plans for Fans at French Open Outlined

    Organisers expect that, when the rescheduled French Open begins on September 27th, that up to 60% of the normal capacity of fans will be allowed to attend at the Roland Garros grounds in Paris.

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