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  • 'Inconsiderate & Reckless': WI Director Sensationally Calls for Simmons Sacking

    'Inconsiderate & Reckless': WI Director Sensationally Calls for Simmons Sacking

    West Indies coach Phil Simmons should be sacked immediately, according to Cricket West Indies (CWI) director and Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) president Conde’ Riley after putting the health of him and his players at risk by attending a funeral.

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  • 'In Our Own Hands': Leicester & Chelsea Still Bullish on Top Four

    'In Our Own Hands': Leicester & Chelsea Still Bullish on Top Four

    The race for fourth place in the English Premier League heated up on Wednesday after Leicester City and Chelsea both lost, opening the door for in-form Manchester United.

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  • West Ham Grab Their Great Escape Chance

    West Ham Grab Their Great Escape Chance

    West Ham have grabbed their chance to start their great escape.

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  • UEFA Committed to Champions League in Lisbon

    UEFA Committed to Champions League in Lisbon

    UEFA remains fully committed to the idea of playing the final stages of this years Champions League in Lisbon in August.

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  • African Cup of Nations Postponed

    African Cup of Nations Postponed

    The 2021 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) which was due to be held next January has been postponed, whilst the female equivalent has been cancelled.

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  • Mercedes to Sport New Livery

    Mercedes to Sport New Livery

    The Formula 1 season finally gets underway this weekend in Austria, with the first of two races at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg.

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  • Solskjaer Thrilled About Bruno's Man Utd Effect

    Solskjaer Thrilled About Bruno's Man Utd Effect

    Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has heaped praise on January signing Bruno Fernandes’ impact as the Red Devils claimed another win in their bid to make the top four.

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  • Root Out with Stokes Confirmed to Captain England

    Root Out with Stokes Confirmed to Captain England

    England all-rounder Ben Stokes will captain his country at Test level for the first time next week with Joe Root officially unavailable for the First Test against the West Indies.

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  • Klopp: It'll be a Quiet Transfer Window

    Klopp: It'll be a Quiet Transfer Window

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes the upcoming transfer window will be quieter than normal as football clubs grapple with the financial crisis caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

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  • Where Next For Joe Hart?

    Where Next For Joe Hart?

    Where next for Joe Hart?The former Manchester City and England international has been released by Burnley and is now in uncharted waters.

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  • Solskjaer Expects Goals to Come From 'Sharp' Rashford

    Solskjaer Expects Goals to Come From 'Sharp' Rashford

    Marcus Rashford will score soon, according to Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ahead of Tuesday’s Premier League clash away to Brighton and Hove Albion.

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  • Zimbabwe's First Tour of Australia in 16 Years Postponed

    Zimbabwe's First Tour of Australia in 16 Years Postponed

    Zimbabwe’s three-match One Day International series in Australia has been postponed in light of the coronavirus outbreak which has impacted international cricket.Australia was...

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  • German League Campaigns Finish

    German League Campaigns Finish

    They were the first major European leagues to resume after the Covid-19 outbreak, and now the first and second divisions of the German Bundesliga have concluded their league seasons.

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  • Watford Players Dropped after Party

    Watford Players Dropped after Party

    Three Watford players were dropped from their crucial relegation clash against Southampton on Sunday afternoon after breaking UK lockdown rules.

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  • Majority of Tokyo Residents Opposed to Olympics

    Majority of Tokyo Residents Opposed to Olympics

    A weekend poll conducted by Japanese news organisations suggest that the majority of Tokyo residents are now opposed to the Olympics taking place in the city next year, and, amidst continuing fears over the coronavirus, many believe that they should either be further postponed, or cancelled altogether.

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