• 'Hung over' English golfer finishes sixth at British Open
'Hung over' English golfer finishes sixth at British Open

He may have fallen short at the Open Championship , but major championships are going to flow. As it was Ferrari did not win and with the Italian soccer team missing the World Cup, golf might just have a chance to thrust itself out of the shadows.

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  • Liverpool meet Daniel Craig before win over City
Liverpool meet Daniel Craig before win over City

Manchester United have launched their MUTV channel on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku and Xbox in the latest effort by the Premier League club to grow their fanbase in the U.S., Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa, the team said. football trainers are always in a risky position". "I don't think it's too important to try it because it happened prev...

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  • Pakistanis head to the polls despite interparty, militant violence
Pakistanis head to the polls despite interparty, militant violence

Imran Khan looked likely to be heading for controversial victory in Pakistan's acrimonious general election as rivals rejected the results and said there had been "outright rigging" in the poll. Appearing at the Atlantic Council, a USA think-tank, Ikram ul Majeed Sehgal chairman of the Pathfinder Group said the Pakistani army always had a major ...

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  • Sacrebleu! Pavard stunner wins World Cup goal of the tournament
Sacrebleu! Pavard stunner wins World Cup goal of the tournament

France's Benjamin Pavard strikes his goal. Pavard's strike beat out 17 other goals, including a stunning long-range effort from Argentina's Ángel Di Maria in the same match, to win the award after a vote by fans, Federation Internationale de Football Association said.

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  • Arsenal 'aware' of Ivan Gazidis uncertainty amid AC Milan link
Arsenal 'aware' of Ivan Gazidis uncertainty amid AC Milan link

Gazidis, who has been at the club for close to a decade, led the selection process which saw Emery appointed as Arsene Wenger's successor in May. Gazidis, 53, joined the Premier League club in 2008 and was a key figure in appointing new manager Unai Emery .

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  • Pep Guardiola delivers his verdict on Liverpool's summer transfer business
Pep Guardiola delivers his verdict on Liverpool's summer transfer business

Klopp warned against complacency, adding: "We need to be ready for the big challenges, the big goals". City were still having their moments at the other end of the pitch, but the closing stages soon became about whether Liverpool could force a victor, and they should of done through Mane who could only volley wide from close range after being f...

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  • Blues sign former England goalkeeper Rob Green on free transfer
Blues sign former England goalkeeper Rob Green on free transfer

The 38-year-old will sign for a season while Eduardo and Jamal Blackman are out on loan. Their current Number 1, Thibaut Courtois is heavily linked with a move away from the club, and unless another shot-stopper is brought in if the Belgian departs, Green will be competing with Manchester City's former reserve keeper Willy Cabellero for the s...

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  • Everton sign Richarlison from Watford in deal that could reach £50 million
Everton sign Richarlison from Watford in deal that could reach £50 million

However, fans have been left waiting and waiting for a new signing, and just last week, some were anxious that Everton would be heading into the new season without a single addition. It is a very big club, one of the biggest in England as I said. He added: "I developed really well with him while he was with me at Watford ". However, journali...

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  • All Blacks reign supreme at Sevens WC
All Blacks reign supreme at Sevens WC

England coach Simon Amor, meanwhile, said that while he was not opposed to the system being used in one-off tournaments, he did not support its introduction on the worldwide circuit. It makes each game exciting. "What is most pleasing for me is the fact that‚ after that disappointment against England‚ we came out firing against Fiji and outplay...

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  • Who are Mike Manley, Louis Camilleri, and Suzanne Heywood?
Who are Mike Manley, Louis Camilleri, and Suzanne Heywood?

Marchionne's industry thinking can not be overstated", Houchois said. The iconic FCA boss Sergio Marchionne is suffering from complications after surgery on his right shoulder. Marchionne was appointed as Fiat Auto's CEO in 2004, and engineered the company's takeover of Chrysler in 2009, after the American company entered a government-backed ...

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  • Serena Williams accuses anti-doping authorities of 'discrimination' after 'random' drugs test
Serena Williams accuses anti-doping authorities of 'discrimination' after 'random' drugs test

Serena Williams took to twitter yesterday afternoon after she was once again "randomly" selected for drug testing, something that she has complained about in the past. Even Maria Sharapova, who received a two-year ban from the sport for using an illegal substance , has no drug tests on record with the USADA. "I did have a conversation before ...

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  • Pakistan election: 25 people killed in explosion at polling station in Quetta
Pakistan election: 25 people killed in explosion at polling station in Quetta

A party getting more than 136 seats on Wednesday will be in a position to make the government. An anti-corruption crusader, Khan has promised an "Islamic welfare state" and cast his populist campaign as a battle to topple a predatory political elite hindering development in the impoverished mostly-Muslim nation of 208 million people, where the il...

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  • Ricciardo set to start at the back in Germany
Ricciardo set to start at the back in Germany

Ricciardo's auto had three new engine parts - MGU-K, Energy Store and Control Electronics - fitted ahead of Practice One at Hockenheim which all trigger grid penalties. "The first 10 or 15 laps was really hard with the medium", Ricciardo said. "I think it will be crucial to have a solid day tomorrow (Saturday) and a good result".

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  • Rory: Tiger not as feared but still a major threat
Rory: Tiger not as feared but still a major threat

Woods moved from No. 31 to No. 20 in the Ryder Cup standings with two tournaments remaining before the top eight qualify for the September 28-30 matches in Paris. The remarkable story saw Woods start the day on -5, four shots behind Jordan Spieth , Xander Schauffele, and Kevin Kisner on nine under. Woods' playing partner Francesco Molinari i...

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  • Chelsea manager Emma Hayes on The Best FIFA Women's Coach award shortlist
Chelsea manager Emma Hayes on The Best FIFA Women's Coach award shortlist

The period covered July 3 2017 to July 15 this year, which saw England reach the semi-finals of the World Cup, eventually finishing fourth in Russian Federation. The FIFA World Player of the Year award was started in 1991 and it ran until 2009. Hayes completed the double with Chelsea last season - winning the Women's Super League and FA Cup - but...

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  • Tour de France halted during famers protest on stage 16
Tour de France halted during famers protest on stage 16

The overall standings were unchanged. Green jersey points leader Peter Sagan was also seen accepting eye drops from race staff. Bales of hay blocked the road 30 kilometres into the 218-kilometre leg from Carcassonne to Bagneres De-Luchon.

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  • Unai Emery speaks out on Mesut Ozil's Germany retirement
Unai Emery speaks out on Mesut Ozil's Germany retirement

Ozil and Ilkay Gundogan, a teammate also of Turkish descent who posed with Erdogan as well, were jeered by German fans in warm-up games before the tournament began. We are going to help him to feel good. Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis was reportedly applauded by Arsenal players and staff after defending Ozil in a speech at a club barb...

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  • Pressure is on to win trophies, says Jürgen Klopp
Pressure is on to win trophies, says Jürgen Klopp

It is good for us to have him around. "Behind each one of us, there is one person". Loris Karius even played in the second leg thanks to injuries to Alisson and Simon Mignolet. They will not be weaker than previous year. "We need to make sure we can do that much longer over the season and that is only possible if you have the squad".

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  • Jose Mourinho declines to answer Manchester United title questions
Jose Mourinho declines to answer Manchester United title questions

Asked directly how many new signings he would like, Mourinho said: "I would get two more players". That response came after the Portuguese offered a downbeat assessment of United's pre-season tour of the USA - they face Milan here on Thursday - due to a high number of his frontline players missing due to post-World Cup breaks.

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  • Tiger Woods' strong third round keeps him in contention at British Open
Tiger Woods' strong third round keeps him in contention at British Open

But as it happens, I shot 67. He said scraping through with that 13-foot birdie on the last hole on Friday had provoked a swirl of mixed emotions. It rolled to 10 feet for an eagle. Zach Johnson and Kevin Kisner shared the overnight lead at 6-under par. The three-times Open champion walked off to a rousing reception from the gallery, before sign...

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