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  • Allegri: Pogba is still a Juventus player

    United have spent more than £50m on Eric Bailly and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, as well as agreeing to fork out a small fortune for Zlatan Ibrahimović's wages, and the rumoured nine-figure fee for Paul Pogba would see their summer expenditure almost treble.

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  • Jordan Ayew's Villa defeated on second-tier return

    Jordan Ayew's Villa defeated on second-tier return

    But in the end it was Wednesday who would raise the roof after Fernando Forestieri raced onto a poor clearance from Pierluigi Gollini and was able to continue where he left off last season and smash the ball past the Italian. Villa are keen to keep hold of Ayew as they look to win promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking, but West Brom could test their resolve by making a move for the 24-year-old before the close of the transfer window.

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  • Sri Lanka captain frustrated as 2 more players injured

    When Sri Lankan spin legend Muttiah Muralidaran took a job advising the Australians for this series, Sri Lanka Cricket president Thilanga Sumathipala was among the critics, even if captain Angelo Mathews was more diplomatic. "Mitch Starc was probably not at his best, but still very lethal, no matter when he bowls, and I think the spinners bowled beautifully on that wicket, it did offer them a bit of up-and-down bounce".

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  • Dolphins coach Adam Gase not happy with offense in scrimmage

    Dolphins coach Adam Gase not happy with offense in scrimmage

    I think it's like 22 [padded practices] for the whole year. We are still trying to grasp everything. Everything ain't going to be flawless. "Not all the time is it going to be vocally, but somebody's got to either make a play or we've got to stop the defensive line from penetrating, we've got to pop a run, we've got to complete a ball - something".

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  • JoJo Fletcher & Jordan Rodgers: Moving In Together!

    You can watch the video via YouTube below. Of course, Chris Harrison eventually moved into the subject that he really wanted to talk about, and that was Aaron Rodgers. Ed Rodgers , the father of Jordan and Aaron, raised some eyebrows when he said "fame can change you". The hesitancy to get married made a lot of fans wonder whether the rumors about Fletcher and " The Bachelorette " 2016 victor were true.

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  • Playing beach volleyball in a hijab? Not a problem says Egyptian Olympian

    Playing beach volleyball in a hijab? Not a problem says Egyptian Olympian

    Egypt's Doaa Elghobashy passes a ball during a women's beach volleyball match against Germany at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro , Brazil, Sunday, Aug. By one measure, it's worked. A picture taken during the Sunday women's beach volleyball match between Egypt and Germany is going viral, with people saying it perfectly depicts what the Olympics are all about.

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  • Jimmy Walker wins first major at PGA Championship

    British Open champion Henrik Stenson , trying to join Ben Hogan as the only players to win back-to-back majors at age 40, finally faded away with a double bogey on the 15th hole. And two putts later - the second from a nervy three feet - Walker had his maiden Major title. The Australian eagled the last, putting the pressure on Walker to make the par that would seal victory.

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  • West Ham march confidently into their new era

    Just 87 days earlier, West Ham had given Upton Park a raucous send-off with a dramatic 3-2 victory against Manchester United on a night when the rafters of the old stadium shook for one last time. Hammers boss Slaven Bilic would not be drawn on Santon at his news conference on Wednesday. "Basically we have five games before the September global break and this squad is not big enough.

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  • Rio 2016: Semi-final line-up confirmed in women's sevens

    An emotional Scarratt said: "We are massively disappointed". Favourites Australia remained on course for a final showdown with trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand after the top four seeded sides safely negotiated the quarter-finals of the women's rugby sevens at the Olympics on Sunday.

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  • Adam Peaty wins Team GB's first Olympic gold in Rio

    The last time a United Kingdom male swimmer stood on the podium to accept a gold medal for the United Kingdom was back in Seoul in 1988 when Adrian Moorhouse won the same event. "I'm in that spot where I've got a real opportunity to do something". This means Peaty now has the full set - he is a world champion, European champion, Commonwealth champion, world record holder and now an Olympic gold champion.

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  • Two Russian swimmers launch appeal against Rio ban

    Putin's send-off to Russian Olympic athletes, which took place inside the Kremlin, included accusations that the IAAF and others in the worldwide community brought charges against Russian athletes as, "an attempt to bring the rules of world politics into the world of sport".

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  • Entry 271 Russian athletes for Rio Games already approved by IOC

    Under guidelines laid down by the International Olympic Committee, but left ultimately to the discretion of individual sports federations, Russians with past doping convictions were ineligible to compete. Bach also defended the IOC's decision not to take the "nuclear option" of issuing a blanket ban on Russian athletes at the Games, stating that would be unfair to clean athletes within the country.

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  • Browns Joe Haden activated from PUP list; cornerback expected to practice today

    Browns Joe Haden activated from PUP list; cornerback expected to practice today

    Haden has said from the beginning that he expects to be ready for the opening game of the 2016 season, which takes place on September 11 against the Philadelphia Eagles, so today's news is not that unexpected. "I had high expectations for myself and I definitely didn't live up to them. But my main goal is just getting back by September 11". His exact injury was never detailed.

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  • Serena storms through second round of singles

    Defending champions Andy Murray and Serena Williams defied high winds to breeze into the Olympic tennis second round Sunday as organisers were blasted for allowing play in conditions described as "ugly". Recovering from a double break down in the first set, the Frenchwoman moved her illustrious opponent about the court, drawing uncomfortable errors with the help of her signature drop shot.

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  • Judo star is first Kosovan to ever win Olympic medal

    Judo star is first Kosovan to ever win Olympic medal

    Kosovo were only recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in December 2014, a decision taken in face of huge opposition from countries who refuse to acknowledge the country's existence, particularly Serbia and Russian Federation.

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  • OLYMPICS: US rolls past Senegal in women's hoops, 121-56

    OLYMPICS: US rolls past Senegal in women's hoops, 121-56

    Team USA has taken home the gold medal in women's basketball at the last five summer games, and their debut in Rio proved why they were the favorite and was a good sign of them winning a sixth consecutive gold. 7 via Live Stream! Senegal never stopped trying and they improved greatly in the second half, hitting from long range, nearly doubling their point total from the first half.

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  • 7 things to know from Ohio State's coach

    The athleticism and physical capabilities of the players will not be the main concern according to Meyer, but rather the toughness and unity of the team. Barrett know that the idea behind the motto is important to their on-field development. Well, he's a senior now and Meyer said he thinks it's possible that the H-Back becomes what everyone wished he would when he came to Columbus from Texas as a highly-rated four-star prospect.

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  • Mauro Matos protagonizó un accidente fatal en Rosario

    Mauro Matos protagonizó un accidente fatal en Rosario

    Según las primeras versiones, el futbolista volvía del entrenamiento, cuando el joven se le cruzó. El episodio tuvo lugar en la intersección de las calles Jorge Newbery y Donado. Matos quedó en estado de shock por el accidente y fue atendido por los médicos que llegaron al lugar en una ambulancia. Luego se le realizaron los análisis de rigor y le hicieron una formación de causa bajo la figura de " homicidio culposo ".

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  • Men's gymnastics teams battle for Olympic gold

    Men's gymnastics teams battle for Olympic gold

    Dalton will compete on floor , and Naddour will compete on pommel horse . The competition is set to begin at noon and can be seen online at NBCOlympics.com. The men's individual all-around finals are scheduled for Wednesday at 3 p.m. EDT. But over his career, Dalton has won more than a dozen national championships from 2009 to 2016.

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  • Rio - The latest | Solo says not bothered by 'Zika, Zika' chants

    The backlash didn't seem to phase Solo. the U.S. Women's National Team walked away with a 2-0 win. She also became just the 11th USA player to reach that number of appearances. Some Brazilians were upset by Solo prior to her arriving at the Rio Olympics. If they had more fun at my expense, more power to them. Solo apologized for her comments through the media when the U.S.

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  • Michael Phelps has a new fan - his baby son Boomer

    Michael Phelps has a new fan - his baby son Boomer

    Team co-captain Nathan Adrian , the 2012 100m freestyle champion, then swam the final and fastest leg with the confidence of a veteran. Standing between Adrian and Phelps, Held bent his head and brought his left hand to his face as the anthem blared.

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  • Phelps adds another Olympic gold with dazzling relay

    If she wins all three, Ledecky - who also won a silver in the 4x100 freestyle relay on Saturday - will be the first women to achieve the feat since American Debbie Meyer at the Mexico City Olympics in 1968. Her arms churning effortlessly through the water, Ledecky touched almost 5 seconds ahead of her closest pursuer and quickly whipped around to look at the scoreboard.

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  • Rio-Phelps and Ledecky seek even more gold

    Ledecky broke her own world record, beating her closest competitor by almost five seconds. The result was totally expected. Plus, she set world records in the 800m and 1500m, earning gold medals in both. "The Hail Mary is a attractive prayer and I find that it calms me", she said. Adam Peaty was stunned after his dominant Olympic gold-winning swim left him wondering where his rivals were and in disbelief at his incredible feat.

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  • India field hockey back on the rise, slowly but surely

    It was heart-break for the Indian fans as despite playing near ideal hockey for the major part of the match the Germans stole the win with just 3.1 seconds from full time. It was even stevens between the two sides in the first two quarters with both teams showcasing some good attacking and defending skills. While dragflickers Rupinder Pal Singh (2 goals) and VR Raghunath (1 goal) were bang on target with penalty corners, the forwardline was not upto the mark, missing plenty of scoring chances.

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  • Paul Pogba deal 'confirmed' by Stormzy in leaked Adidas video

    The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United are title favourites with Paul Pogba. "I hope he is going to want to return to United and prove he's a top-class player". Pogba endured a subdued Euro 2016 tournament as hosts France were beaten by Portugal 1-0 in the final, but his displays in Italy made him a wanted man by his former employers as well as Real Madrid .

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  • The Irish Martial Arts Commission dubs MMA

    The Irish Martial Arts Commission dubs MMA "pornographic" and "sadistic"

    In further documentation released under the Freedom of Information Act to RTE, the IMCA said: "There are elements which are allowed in MMA that are intentionally risky, that can not be avoided no matter how many doctors are present". In a second email to then minister of State for tourism and sport Michael Ring and to John Treacy of Sport Ireland, after Mr Carvalho's death, Professor Dan Healy urged them to put MMA on the road to formal recognition, saying "it would be helpful if the sport was ...

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  • China wins gold in men's 10 metre synchronized diving

    China's Chen Aisen and Lin Yue added the Olympic gold medal to their world title with a dominant display in the men's 10 metre synchronised platform event at the Maria Lenk Aquatics Centre in Rio de Janeiro today. Chinese divers are targeting a sweep of all eight gold medals at the Rio diving competition, after winning six of out the total at the London 2012 Olympics.

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