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  • Alberto Del Rio Is Reportedly Parting Ways With WWE

    Alberto Del Rio Is Reportedly Parting Ways With WWE

    A report from WrestleZone on August 30 indicates that Del Rio was officially pulled from all upcoming WWE events. According to the site, Del Rio was frustrated with the company's lack of follow-through on promises given to him when he returned last summer.

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  • Arsenal sign Lucas Perez and Shkodran Mustafi

    Wenger's words indicate that Arsenal may have finished their transfer business for the summer, but it remains to be seen whether the club's additions will be enough to power a title challenge. Not a lot has happened. "Everybody has sat on their pounds until now". Let us know in the comments section below. The 24 year old will become the club's most expensive ever defender when his signing is completed, with the fee believed be over £30m plus add-ons.

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  • MP to give Rs 25 lakh to Sakshi, offers training to Deepa

    Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar on Friday thanked the countrymen for backing the Indian athletes participating in the Rio Olympics, saying all sportspersons need support when chips are down. Other sports like swimming, judo, rowing, table tennis and weightlifting also featured Indian athletes, but they all were buried by the top competition.

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  • Arsene Wenger: 'Arsenal have to bounce back at Leicester City'

    Fresh from their title-winning season, Claudio Ranieri's side faced an early setback after an opening day defeat to Premier League new-boys Hull City. "I think they will be out until after the worldwide break but we feared worse - for Iwobi especially". Robert Huth is available to face Arsenal at the weekend after suspension having completed his three-game ban following a tangle with Marouane Fellaini last season.

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  • Leicester City vs Arsenal: Preview & Prediction

    Last season's PFA Player of the Year had been linked with a move to Arsenal, but has committed his future to Leicester. The Foxes, however, have been boosted by the news in midweek that Riyad Mahrez has signed a new four-year deal. It's normal other managers are looking at Leicester players, there's no message - we are building and want to stay together. However, they staged a comeback of sorts with goals by Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain and Chambers, but it was too little too late as they ...

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  • Italy natural disaster: Death toll reaches 247 amid rescue efforts

    Italy natural disaster: Death toll reaches 247 amid rescue efforts

    The death toll in the Italian quake has risen to at least 247 as thousands of rescuers continue efforts to find survivors. "When we learned that the hardest hit place was here, we spoke to our bishop and he encouraged us to come here to comfort the families of the victims", said a priest who gave his name only as Father Marco as he walked through Pescara del Tronto.

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  • Cowboys QB Tony Romo injured

    Cowboys QB Tony Romo injured

    When backup quarterback Kellen Moore suffered a season-ending injury in training camp, thoughts about who would be the Dallas Cowboys backup quarterback began to swirl, considering Tony Romo's injury history. From what all i have read the Cowboys are going to roll with Dak week 1. Without Romo , the Giants will take aim at Prescott with their revamped defense, as Olivier Vernon, Jason Pierre-Paul and the rest of the defense will break in a rookie starting his first National ...

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  • Rooney To Quit England After World Cup

    Rooney To Quit England After World Cup

    The Manchester United striker will be aged 32 by the time the World Cup comes around. Wayne Rooney is "proud" to have been given the chance to become England's all-time most-capped outfield player by new manager Sam Allardyce. Despite being a part of highly fancied teams over the last 13 years, Rooney's England have never gone past the quarter-finals of any tournament; the side has been notorious for under-performing in major tournaments.

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  • Mourinho reveals special treatment at Manchester United for Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    Mourinho reveals special treatment at Manchester United for Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    Ex-Germany coach Rudi Voeller, who gave Schweinsteiger his global debut back in 2004, said the United midfielder still has "at least two years playing at the top" left in him. But he acknowledged that "it won't happen this season" because the league's transfer window is closed. That's why it's not possible now. "My absolute dream would be to play for Manchester United and help them reach their goals", the former Bayern Munich midfielder was quoted as saying by ESPN .

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  • Usain Bolt 4x100m relay: Who is in the Jamaican men's sprint team?

    Usain Bolt 4x100m relay: Who is in the Jamaican men's sprint team?

    Earlier too, after his 100m victory on Sunday, Kasi posted a tweet to her followers. Nickel Ashmeade, who ran the third leg and handed over to Bolt, said the team had been relaxed about the event. The handover between lead-off runner Mike Rodgers and Justin Gatlin was adjudged to have started before the exchange zone and the Americans were disqualified as they were on their lap of honour.

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  • Larson takes advantage of late restart

    Larson crossed the finish line with a 1.478-second advantage over Elliott, who passed Keselowski for the second spot on Lap 193. The win was the first for a Chip Ganassi Racing vehicle since 2007 when Juan Pablo Montoya did it, and it put Larson and his team into the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship playoffs.

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  • Djokovic advances in US Open

    I get injured, is true. Williams led 5-2 in the third set, but the 22-year-old Kozlova pushed her to the limit in the 2-hour, 42-minute match. "Roger, is true, having is tough year in terms of injuries, too". Nadal said he is re-energised being in NY after feeling tired two weeks ago in Cincinnati, where he lost his second match after flying in from Rio.

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  • Vikings: QB Bridgewater has dislocated knee, torn ACL

    Vikings: QB Bridgewater has dislocated knee, torn ACL

    The quarterback is now undergoing an MRI at the Hennepin County Medical Center. Practice was canceled after 25 minutes, at which point an ambulance arrived to transport Bridgewater off the field. We're going to figure out a way. If Bridgewater is unable to return in a timely manner, there is little behind him on the depth chart. Veteran quarterback Shaun Hill and rookie Joel Stave have just become very important members of the Minnesota Vikings.

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  • Beyonce and Blue Ivy were worth millions on MTV VMAs red carpet

    Perhaps with Beyoncé performing a handful of songs from her latest album " Lemonade " - which sparked rumors of a potential fallout between Bey and Jay - the couple thought it best if he sat this one out. Next, she sang her gritty trap hits, "Needed Me". It was the "Toxic" singer's first time on the VMA stage since her humiliating 2007 performance when her personal and professional life was falling apart, and follows the release of a new album last week.

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  • Become 8-Bit Serena Williams in Gatorade's Snapchat Game

    Become 8-Bit Serena Williams in Gatorade's Snapchat Game

    Swipe the screen up to access the game from the ad, and then tap to start playing. To play, you simply tap to serve and again to return shots to the left or right of the opponent's side of the court. You can also take screenshots of your game to send through Snapchat. The game includes 22 levels of tennis, with each level representing one of the 22 Grand Slam singles titles Williams has won in her career.

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  • Former Arsenal midfielder Rosicky moves to Sparta

    Former Arsenal midfielder Rosicky moves to Sparta

    The Czech global captain's contract ran out in July, but had been training at Arsenal's London Colney while he regained fitness after picking up an injury at the European Championships in France. The club holds more significance to him than just his younger years however, with his dad and brother also having played for the club, and helped them to pick up two league trophies back in 1999 and 2000.

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  • Jerry Rice: "All lives matter", tells Colin Kaepernick "don't disrespect" flag

    If nothing else, it certainly seems like an expensive way to use the National Football League to make your moral judgments, though maybe he managed to snag the jersey during that period when it was on the clearance rack . "I think we have had a lot of great men and women die for our country to give us that choice, and I'm a believer in our First Amendment ", said Bolus.

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  • Jurgen Klopp: "There's no big mountain for Daniel Sturridge"

    Once again Sturridge was stationed on the right side of a front three, an apparent bugbear of his, and the contest finished with each side taking a point. Liverpool legend John Aldridge says that Daniel Sturridge can't afford to "mope about and feel sorry for himself" and challenged the striker to fight for his place in the starting line-up.

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  • Boss Antonio Conte reassures Chelsea fans over transfer plans

    Antonio Conte has praised his side's performance, Eden Hazard in particular, after Chelsea beat Burnley 3-0 at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. "We've won three in a row, we've got quality players who can win us games, collectively and individually, and we'll keep growing together".

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  • Rashford strikes late to extend United's flawless start

    Rashford strikes late to extend United's flawless start

    Manchester United's big name signings like Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have taken all the headlines this summer, but Jose Mourinho has been busy strengthening the club behind the scenes as well. It is a great feeling when you win the points in the last minute. "It's going to be touch and go", Phelan said. "I played in the semi-finals of the European Championship as part of the world champions' team, and I believe in my ability and dream of helping United".

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  • Snapchat Now Lets You Play Games

    Snapchat Now Lets You Play Games

    Williams is expected to break a record despite an early loss at the Olympics this summer. Gatorade launched Serena Williams' Match Point to commemorate the athlete's career. In order to play, you must tap the screen to start the serve, and you can tap the right or left side of the screen to change the direction of the ball.

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  • Jurgen Klopp disappointed to only draw with Spurs

    Jurgen Klopp disappointed to only draw with Spurs

    Luckily, they managed to come out with a point, but Kane really has to step up his act if Tottenham are to challenge for the title. "We have some players who are young who show good quality and need experience of the Premier league and they have opportunity to show this".

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  • Arsene Wenger likens Granit Xhaka to Emmanuel Petit

    Arsene Wenger likens Granit Xhaka to Emmanuel Petit

    The Gunners manager has started the England worldwide in the first three matches and set up a goal for Alexis Sanchez in the north London club's 3-1 win over Watford. "I believe he has a good mixture of short and long balls". Mustafi will be a priceless addition to an Arsenal side that is plagued with injuries.

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  • Sunday's roundup: Vikings victory christens new stadium

    A hearing specialist notes the level of noise in the Vikings' new stadium could be unsafe, especially to people who make a habit of attending games or concerts there. As expected, the 31-year-old future Hall of Famer told reporters Thursday that he would not be playing in Sunday's preseason game against the San Diego Chargers.

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