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That result left Arsenal all but out of the race for a top four finish, with the north Londoners now 13 points behind fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur with nine games left to play this season. "It makes me think about last year, but last year we made 75 points in the Premier League and missed out on the Champions League by a point", Wenger said.
  • Seahawks players ignite Richard Sherman rumors with cryptic tweets

    Seahawks players ignite Richard Sherman rumors with cryptic tweets

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    ESPN's Josina Anderson quoted Sherman as saying: "I'm good". Any future discussions with the Seahawks regarding his future will continue while Sherman is in Vegas. Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor also mentioned Sherman in an Instagram post Wednesday. In nine games, he recorded 35 total tackles and two interceptions.
  • Kawhi Leonard Intends to Play This Season

    Kawhi Leonard Intends to Play This Season

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    Wright . "Soon. I don't have a set date right now", Leonard said , per Tom Orsborn of the San Antonio Express-News. "Yeah. For sure", he said when asked if he planned to retire as a Spur . "I'll be surprised if he returns this season". Parker ruptured a left quadriceps tendon in the Western Conference playoffs in May, a far more severe injury, and returned to the Spurs' lineup almost seven months later.
  • Indian cricketer Shami's wife accuses him of having extramarital affairs

    Indian cricketer Shami's wife accuses him of having extramarital affairs

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    Mohammed Shami can find himself in hot water after a shocking revelation made by her wife that the cricketer is involved in extramarital affairs and tortures her mentally and physically. Jahan said she became increasingly suspicious after she found a phone and male contraceptives in Shami's BMW. Mohammed Shami , who is now playing on Devdhar trophy has alleged by his wife Hasin Jahan that he exchanged with various women.
  • Shami left out of BCCI annual contracts

    Shami left out of BCCI annual contracts

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    Dhoni will be getting Rs.5 crore as per the contract while Bhuvneshwar and Jasprit will be earning Rs.7 crore. Mohammed Shami's contract has been withheld for the time being. As far as the Indian women are concerned, Grade A will receive a remuneration of Rs 50 Lakh, Grade B and C will be given Rs 30 Lakh and Rs 10 Lakh respectively.
  • Raptors look to clinch NBA's first playoff spot

    Raptors look to clinch NBA's first playoff spot

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    The Raptors now sit first in the Eastern Conference with a 46-17 record. The Toronto Raptors can become the first team in the National Basketball Association to clinch a playoff spot this season with a win over the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday night.
  • Oil Falls on Growing US Output Forecasts

    Oil Falls on Growing US Output Forecasts

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    Canada, Brazil and Norway will cover the remainder, leaving no room for more OPEC supply. Second largest producer Iraq has exceeded its target by the most in OPEC - about 74,000 b/d since the deal began - with its compliance level a mere 65%.
  • Peyton Manning sells his Denver-area Papa John's locations to another franchisee

    Peyton Manning sells his Denver-area Papa John's locations to another franchisee

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    Although Manning no longer owns stores, he still remains a "spokesperson and brand ambassador" for Papa John's in part to a long-term agreement the two parties have, USA Today reported . These actions build on all the strengths of the Papa John's brand and include a fresh perspective around marketing driven by new media and creative partnerships, hiring a new PR partner, and bringing online a new engine to drive our Papa Rewards loyalty system.
  • Sri Lanka rout India by five wickets in T20 opener

    Sri Lanka rout India by five wickets in T20 opener

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    Spinners Yuzvendra Chahal (2/37) and Washington Sundar (2/28) provided the crucial breakthroughs to control the run-flow. Put in to bat, India dug themselves into an early hole at nine for two, but Dhawan's 90 of 49 balls powered the visitors to 174 for five at the Premadasa Stadium.
  • Mark Cuban denies 2011 sexual assault allegation as disturbing new details emerge

    Mark Cuban denies 2011 sexual assault allegation as disturbing new details emerge

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    The Willamette Week, in Portland, Oregon , obtained police reports in which a woman accused Cuban of reaching inside her trousers and penetrating her vagina as they posed for a picture in a Portland nightclub. "In both images, Cuban's right shoulder is lowered and he appears to be stretching to reach his arm down", McGuire's report says, as quoted by Willamette Week .
  • Mourinho: It was an awesome match

    Mourinho: It was an awesome match

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    Asked to reveal what he had said at half-time, United boss Jose Mourinho said: "I can not tell you half of the things that I told (to the players)". The Red Devils looked down and out early in the second half last night as they went two goals behind. "I think we are improving, we need to do more for sure because in small games we drop some very important points and you can't lose these types of points", he added.
  • Did Cristiano Ronaldo Kick Out At Dani Alves During PSG Game?

    Did Cristiano Ronaldo Kick Out At Dani Alves During PSG Game?

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    Things then went from bad to worse for PSG in front of their home fans as Marco Verratti was sent off after receiving a needless second yellow card for dissent. "With Neymar , PSG is stronger, but we are still strong without him", full back Dani Alves said. "We tried but we couldn't do it". Porto's best effort came in the 52nd minute when Ghanaian winger Majeed Waris" shot from the edge of the box was pushed wide by Liverpool "keeper Loris Karius.
  • Liverpool 'Close' to an Agreement with Thomas Lemar over Summer Transfer

    Liverpool 'Close' to an Agreement with Thomas Lemar over Summer Transfer

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    However, Monaco refused all offers for Lemar and it's understood the Ligue 1 outfit have been holding out for a bid in excess of £88million for the France global. Atletico Madrid are also plotting a move for Lemar as a possible replacement for Antoine Griezmann in the summer. Lemar is, thus, a viable target for Klopp, who could use the Frenchman in different positions, just like Coutinho.
  • Notre Dame vs Virginia Tech odds

    Notre Dame vs Virginia Tech odds

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    As the Hokies push toward the NCAA Tournament, stay up to date with our email newsletter. Notre Dame will next take the court 7 p.m. Wednesday night against Illinois at Atkins Tennis Center in Urbana, Illinois. "I did everything I can through the time I was hurt to get it ready as soon as possible", Colson said. "I hope we can give them a few more wins so that we are really debated in that room".
  • Bulls Reportedly Won't Rest Starters Anymore After NBA's Tanking Message

    Bulls Reportedly Won't Rest Starters Anymore After NBA's Tanking Message

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    The NBA wants teams to put their best players on the floor at all times. For the rest of the year, our models like Lopez to average 28.9 minutes, 13.7 points and 6.8 rebounds for the Bulls . Rest is OK, but resting healthy players too much or at inopportune times can be seen as bad for the league. But their best players must be on the court for those losses.
  • Real Madrid Cruise to Quarter-finals

    Real Madrid Cruise to Quarter-finals

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    The teams meet on Tuesday at Parc des Princes in Paris , with PSG trailing 3-1 after capitulating late in the first leg of the round of 16. But let's focus on some Brazilians. It cost PSG the match. Marcos Asensio dispossesed Dani Alves before combining brilliantly with Lucas Vasquez, who stood one up at the back post for Ronaldo.
  • Du Plessis: Warner & De Kock got a little personal on the field

    Du Plessis: Warner & De Kock got a little personal on the field

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    The South African team allege Warner referenced de Kock's sister and mother during a heated exchange on the field. Australia's 118-run victory in Durban was marred by incredible leaked footage of the fracas, with match referee Jeff Crowe then forced to sift through claim and counter-claim regarding the incident.
  • Former Arsenal Player Sanchez Watt Involved In Hilarious Sending Off Mix Up

    Former Arsenal Player Sanchez Watt Involved In Hilarious Sending Off Mix Up

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    Sanchez Watt , who now plays for Hemel Hempstead in the National League South, was given his marching orders by ref Dean Hulme when the official asked him his name to book him for kicking the ball away. After realising his mistake, the ref revoked the red card. The referee called over Hemel Hemstead's captain, which is when he realised Watt's name was actually Watt and reversed the decision.
  • Sir Mo Farah complains of 'racially motivated unfair treatment' at German airport

    Sir Mo Farah complains of 'racially motivated unfair treatment' at German airport

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    The police officer can be heard saying "I can touch you" before Farah by his collar in a more aggressive manner. "For wearing a hoodie and a jumper, Germany airport, Germany airport, oh my god". "The way you get treated". Did you see all that guys? Although not mentioned in the video, Farah's representatives said the incident occurred at Munich Airport.
  • Wilder demands Joshua showdown after successful defence

    Wilder demands Joshua showdown after successful defence

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    With Wilder having at last captured the imagination of the American market, a showdown with Joshua would vastly outstrip both Parker v Joshua - and a unification fight between Wilder and Parker. "Luis Ortiz is definitely a crafty guy". "I also know that, after Ortiz's first knock-down, he was given extra time". When he leaves tonight he ain't got nothing to worry about.
  • Conor McGregor and Burger King mock Cristian Ronaldo over rich list stats

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    Until now. Zoom into that two-tone with the powder blue on my wrist, mate. Because when you want a good chicken sandwich, you go to a place called Burger King. But all that trash talking is putting Conor Jr. through college. That's not how McGregor rolls. Don't stop with Ronaldo, 50 Cent and Mayweather, although that is a solid start.
  • Panthers' McCaffrey credited as part of hiking rescue

    Panthers' McCaffrey credited as part of hiking rescue

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    Smoker was with his 13-year-old grandson, Elijah Smoker, at the time. "I had never seen anything quite like that in my life as far as the trauma and the sound". was killed in a hiking accident. "You all are truly fantastic". At one point, before the paramedics got there, his breathing stopped, which forced the group to perform chest compressions.
  • Black Caps bounce back against England

    Black Caps bounce back against England

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    He's picked up a solitary wicket for 167 runs in three matches - even Devon Malcolm's Test debut had a better return than that - and he has been the most expensive of England's specialist bowlers in each one of those contests. The Black Caps clawed back a lot of momentum following the departure of Bairstow, though. "I don't agree with the change in playing conditions that you can't have a runner anymore - it's ridiculous, it almost cost New Zealand the game".
  • Michigan Basketball ranked No. 7 in AP; No

    Michigan Basketball ranked No. 7 in AP; No

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    The ACC opened play Tuesday with Boston College's win against Georgia Tech. I thought, "Why would they play during the week that most of the smaller conferences play?" Information from the Associated Press was used in this report .
  • Anthony Davis Suffers Injury vs. Clippers

    Anthony Davis Suffers Injury vs. Clippers

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    NEW ORLEANS - The NBA announced earlier today that Anthony Davis was named the Western Conference Player of the Week for games played from February 26-Mar. The Pelicans All-Star ended the night with 41 points, 13 rebounds, three steals and three blocks to lead New Orleans (37-26) to its ninth straight victory, one short of tying the franchise record.
  • Bears had meeting with Ohio State CB Denzel Ward at NFL Combine

    Bears had meeting with Ohio State CB Denzel Ward at NFL Combine

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    Whether it's Tremaine Edmunds, Roquan Smith, Quenton Nelson or Denzel Ward, the Bears seem assured of drafting a quality football player in the first round. Griffin is also effective in the run game. While there's only so much you can take away from quarterbacks throwing against air, Mayfield is putting the focus back on football, and despite his lack of size compared to the other quarterbacks, it's very hard to overlook his skillset.
  • 3 keys from BYU's 74-54 WCC championship loss to Gonzaga

    3 keys from BYU's 74-54 WCC championship loss to Gonzaga

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    Then after Bryant hit a bucket, the Cougars went five more possessions without scoring until Haws got his first points of the game to end the Zags' 36-4 run that began in the first half. Tillie becomes the fifth straight Gonzaga player to take home WCC tournament MVP honors - Nigel Williams-Goss won the MVP last season. United States dollars responded with a 7-0 run to halt the Bulldogs rally and take a 40-39 advantage.
  • Arsenal Supporters Trust vote against Wenger staying on

    Arsenal Supporters Trust vote against Wenger staying on

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    Arsene Wenger has taken his second barrelling in the space of two days after the Arsenal Supporters Trust (AST) voted against the Frenchman remaining as manager beyond the end of the current season. "Look, I can understand the frustration, it is hard to recover from what happened to us last week - we are going through a tough time". Chelsea's Brazil midfielder Willian, 29, says he wants to stay at the Premier League club, despite interest from Manchester United .
  • Liverpool belong in Champions League quarters, says Klopp

    Liverpool belong in Champions League quarters, says Klopp

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    A fifth clean sheet in eight European matches represented mission accomplished and Klopp admitted Liverpool's return to the upper echelons of European football was overdue. "Take it step-by-step. It is cool absolutely". With the job done in the first leg, Klopp made a decision to bench top-scorer Mohamed Salah and club-record signing Virgil van Dijk with one eye on Saturday's visit to Manchester United in the Premier League , live on Sky Sports.
  • David Warner, Quinton de Kock charged over stairwell stoush

    David Warner, Quinton de Kock charged over stairwell stoush

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    Video footage appears to show Australia vice-captain Warner having to be restrained by team-mates during an altercation with wicketkeeper De Kock . Australia travelled to Port Elizabeth on Tuesday with a 1-0 lead in the four-Test series and some unwanted baggage, created by Warner's heated run-in with de Kock .
  • Jacksonville Jaguars won't tag WR Robinson

    Jacksonville Jaguars won't tag WR Robinson

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    The Jaguars declined to use the franchise tag on Robinson, which would have cost the team almost $16 million. The Bears, desperate to add an established wide receiver, and devoid of a WR1, are one of several teams expected to show interest in the 6-foot-3, 220-pound Robinson.
  • Bears apply transition tag on CB Kyle Fuller

    Bears apply transition tag on CB Kyle Fuller

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    But the team has been in regular communication with Fuller and Pace characterized talks as "aggressive". The Bears would not receive any compensatory draft picks if they opted not to match such an offer. He collected three interceptions and two forced fumbles in his first three games of his rookie season. But Fuller faded over the next few seasons. It looked like 2017 would be his final year in Chicago, especially after the team declined to pick up his fifth-year option.
  • Nidahas Trophy: Dhawan guides India to 174/5 against Sri Lanka

    Nidahas Trophy: Dhawan guides India to 174/5 against Sri Lanka

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    The series is important for India as the team has chose to rest its senior players. Washington Sundar delivered India the ideal start they needed early on by dismissing Kusal Mendis. Hello and welcome to Sportstar's live coverage of the first T20I between India and Sri Lanka . Earlier Sri Lanka won the toss and invited India to bat first on a slightly sluggish surface.
  • Palace comeback reminded Chris Smalling of Ferguson-era Man United

    Palace comeback reminded Chris Smalling of Ferguson-era Man United

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    However, United hit back through goals from Chris Smalling and Romelu Lukaku before Matic's late victor. Nemanja Matic is not noted for scoring goals, however, the midfielder opened his account for Manchester United with a thumping shot that ensured the Red Devils won 3-2 over Crystal Palace .
  • Rams place franchise tag on safety Lamarcus Joyner, not Sammy Watkins

    Rams place franchise tag on safety Lamarcus Joyner, not Sammy Watkins

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    Using the franchise tag on a safety rather than a wide receiver will save Los Angeles some money. The defensive back turned heads during the Rams' playoff loss to the Atlanta Falcons with 11 combined tackles. The franchise tag includes a contract worth nearly $11.3 million. Instead, the Rams will likely opt to tag Joyner as a fallback plan while still negotiating long-term deals with both he and Watkins.
  • Diamondbacks bringing back bullpen cart

    Diamondbacks bringing back bullpen cart

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    The team took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce it's bringing back the bullpen cart. "Fans of baseball in the 1950s, 60s, 70s, 80s and even the 90s enjoyed watching their favorite players emerge from the bullpen in various vehicles and we're excited for this special delivery to come to Chase Field".
  • Bye-Bye, Biceps: Referee Ed Hochuli Announces Retirement After 28 NFL Seasons

    Bye-Bye, Biceps: Referee Ed Hochuli Announces Retirement After 28 NFL Seasons

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    Hochuli officiated two Super Bowls in his career (XXXII and XXXVIII) as well as five conference championship games. While some officials did their jobs quietly and attempted to stay out of the spotlight, Hochuli seemed to bask in it. Riveron also announced that the retiring duo would be replaced by Shawn Hochuli - Ed's son - and Alex Kemp. The NFL referee best known for his tight shirts, buff arms and long winded penalty explanations is hanging up his stripes.
  • What will National Football League protests mean for free agents?

    What will National Football League protests mean for free agents?

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    Texans P.R. director Amy Palcic responded to the Chronicle report and claimed it is "categorically false and without merit ". The writer of the article refers to "NFL agents" who stated that the Houston Texans would not be interested in free agents who protested the National Anthem.
  • England boss Gareth Southgate must trust Marcus Rashford - Mourinho

    England boss Gareth Southgate must trust Marcus Rashford - Mourinho

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    With the Russian World Cup just around the corner, England manager Gareth Southgate will be starting to think about who will be joining him on the plane as the Three Lions prepare to face off in Group G. The 20-year-old forward first became involved in the summer of 2016, just months after he made his name in a Manchester United shirt by scoring two goals on his debut in the UEFA Europa League, and then doing the same just days later in the Premier League against Arsenal .
  • Telegraph claim Chelsea players fear Hazard exit

    Telegraph claim Chelsea players fear Hazard exit

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    A poor league campaign is usually enough to earn the Real manager the sack, but it is believed the fans and board will stick by their legendary former midfielder, meaning a move to sign Hazard at the end of the season is highly likely. Their players won a lot in the past, we are new here. It was complicated. Certainly to find an answer to their pressing. I think that when we had the ball we should have done better.