• Carl Frampton announces his new trainer
Carl Frampton announces his new trainer

The Northern Irishman chose to part company with Cyclone Promotions last month, ending his partnership with manager Barry McGuigan. Speculation Frampton would link up with Moore intensified after they were pictured together on Twitter over the weekend .

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  • Playing overseas an option as Vardy refuses to rule out Leicester exit
Playing overseas an option as Vardy refuses to rule out Leicester exit

Vardy insists he does not regret his decision not to move to Arsenal . Current champions Chelsea were linked with a move for the England worldwide this summer while Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone has stated that he is an admirer of the former non-league man after coming up against him in the Champions League earlier this year.

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  • Jonathan Pryce to Play Pope Francis in Netflix Film, Because of Course
Jonathan Pryce to Play Pope Francis in Netflix Film, Because of Course

Pryce will take on the role of Pope Francis, the current head of the Roman Catholic Church, and will be joined by another revered actor, Silence of the Lambs star Anthony Hopkins, who will portray Pope Francis' predecessor, Pope Benedict .

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  • La Liga want Man City investigated over financial fair play rules
La Liga want Man City investigated over financial fair play rules

Any reports mentioning such an investigation are unsubstantiated". Manchester City and the words Financial Fair Play have always been bandied around by clubs in Europe and England. To achieve that, according to Tebas, City and PSG are inflating their income by using sponsorship state-backed companies. This summer, City set the record for sp...

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  • PSG coach Emery: I want Aurier to succeed with Spurs
PSG coach Emery: I want Aurier to succeed with Spurs

He was most recently handed a two-month suspended jail sentence for assaulting a police officer outside a Paris nightclub. Speaking in an interview with the African Football Federation , Ivorian global right-back and Tottenham man Serge Aurier discussed his legal situation after being convicted of assaulting a police officer.

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  • Why Manchester United Didn't Spend On Deadline Day
Why Manchester United Didn't Spend On Deadline Day

The England worldwide is set to enter the final year of his contract next summer and the club will have to make a decision on whether to sell him. The Premier League was back at Chelsea in 2016-17 under Antonio Conte , but Mourinho does not think his successors' teams lived up to the quality of his outfit.

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  • Ray Lewis claims Colin Kaepernick's girlfriend ruined opportunity for QB with Ravens
Ray Lewis claims Colin Kaepernick's girlfriend ruined opportunity for QB with Ravens

Ray was asked whether the Ravens would have actually signed Kaepernick if that tweet wasn't sent. "What you do off the field, don't let too many people know because they gonna judge you anyway", Lewis said in a video he posted to Twitter .

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  • Cavaliers shopping 2018 first-round Nets pick acquired in Kyrie Irving trade
Cavaliers shopping 2018 first-round Nets pick acquired in Kyrie Irving trade

After Boston abandoned the face of their franchise for a new point guard, Thomas has a newfound force driving him and the best basketball player in the world by his side. First of all, there's no guarantee that the pick pans out and the Jazz would likely have to give up a pretty hefty haul in order to get the Cavaliers to bite.

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  • Premier League to shut transfer window before season start
Premier League to shut transfer window before season start

Premier League clubs have voted to close the summer transfer window before the first game of next season. Premier League teams are still free to sell to other leagues where their own respective transfer windows are still open - theoretically giving most of Europe until the end of August to purchase players from England's top tier unless they decide...

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  • Arsene Wenger: Keeping Alexis Sanchez at Arsenal could have 'huge price'
Arsene Wenger: Keeping Alexis Sanchez at Arsenal could have 'huge price'

Sanchez was close to moving to Manchester City during the summer's summer Mercato for 60 million pounds without Arsenal's opposition. "He needs to come back to full fitness, which he was not (at) against Liverpool ". "We have today 107 players in England who go into the final year of their contract", Wenger said. Afterwards, Sanchez took ...

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  • How Liverpool's Recent Result Can Impact Manchester City
How Liverpool's Recent Result Can Impact Manchester City

Raheem Sterling is banned for the game, meaning it should be between Sergio Aguero and Leroy Sane for the spare forward role. That suggests Bernardo Silva, who tends to come inside more than Sane, could continue in the team. The ₤ 43m midfielder gave a regular stream of goals as well as helps in his three years at Monaco, and also City experienc...

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  • Stam encourages Eagles to show patience for De Boer
Stam encourages Eagles to show patience for De Boer

De Boer's future has been the subject of debate throughout the global break, and there were even reports that he could lose his job before Sunday's clash at Burnley after Palace themselves added fuel to the fire after they rescheduled the Dutchman's press conference from Thursday to Friday.

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  • Del Potro sets up Federer clash at US Open quarters
Del Potro sets up Federer clash at US Open quarters

Federer's win over Philipp Kohlschreiber , by contrast, was over in 1 hour, 50 minutes. 'I'm happy I was able to overcome that, and that all the hard work we put into it with my team, that was what I was looking for throughout the event is actually it was going to get better, my back.

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  • Liverpool loses 2022 Commonwealth Games bid
Liverpool loses 2022 Commonwealth Games bid

The event is up for grabs after Durban was stripped of hosting duties. "We need to be completely satisfied that the bid offers overall value for money from hosting the Games and that a strong economic and sporting legacy can be delivered from it", she said in a statement.

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  • Wayne Rooney reportedly issues Coleen with an ultimatum of his own
Wayne Rooney reportedly issues Coleen with an ultimatum of his own

The source said: "He's pointed the finger at her over the number of holidays she takes and she raised questions about his nights out with the lads". Coleen, 31, has been on 10 holidays in the past year, most recently jetting out to Mallorca, only to return when news of Wayne's arrest broke.

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  • US Women Make It Their Open
US Women Make It Their Open

The crowd was undoubtedly ecstatic, and Keys herself admitted to feeling extra nerves and pressure with so much at stake. The bottom half women's semi-final will pit Venus Williams up against Sloane Stephens after the pair were stretched to the limit in their respective quarter-finals against Petra Kvitova and Anastasija Sevastova.

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  • Lyon the hero as Aussies win second Test
Lyon the hero as Aussies win second Test

Australia are closing in on victory in the second Test in Chittagong with offspinner Nathan Lyon ripping through Bangladesh's batsmen in their second innings on day four. The left-hander paid the price of going down the wicket against Australia's most successful bowler Nathan Lyon, who was the chief tormentor with already three second-innings...

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  • Arsenal Boss Confirms Injured Midfielder Won't Play Again Until 2018
Arsenal Boss Confirms Injured Midfielder Won't Play Again Until 2018

Arsene Wenger's inability to win major trophies is affecting Arsenal player, according to Kolo Toure. How could Arsenal line up this season? When asked about Ozil, Wenger said: "Nobody was flawless". "You speak about Santi, he is having his first run today". The Spaniard has been out since October a year ago due to an Achilles' injury an...

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  • National Football League opening weekend could be affected by Hurricane Irma
National Football League opening weekend could be affected by Hurricane Irma

At the time, it was unclear whether the teams would play at a neutral site on Sunday or if the game would be rescheduled for later in the season. Even if a direct impact on Miami doesn't happen, the game on Sunday simply can't be played. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins game scheduled for Week 1 of the 2017 National Football League ...

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  • Miami Dolphins vs Tampa Bay Bucs Rescheduled Due To Hurricane Irma
Miami Dolphins vs Tampa Bay Bucs Rescheduled Due To Hurricane Irma

Irma is now a Category 5 storm, with maximum sustained wind speeds of 185 miles per hour. "The league will continue to examine other options, including playing the game this Sunday at a neutral site or in Miami later this season". It's tough to predict a hurricane's path, but Irma could hit Florida just hours before the game was scheduled to begi...

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