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  • Mary Tyler Moore Dies Aged 80 After Battling Health Issues

    Mary Tyler Moore Dies Aged 80 After Battling Health Issues

    Betty White is sadly mourning the loss of her close friend and former co-star, Mary Tyler Moore . "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King will anchor the hour, titled " Mary Tyler Moore: Love Is All Around". They're not about real people . "That show was the best five years of my life". She also was nominated for an Oscar for her 1980 portrayal of an affluent mother whose son is accidentally killed in " Ordinary People ".

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  • Sleek Salah sinks Ghana as Egypt go through

    Egypt, the record seven-time champion, needed to win to make sure it progressed at its first African Cup in seven years. The Pharaohs beat Ghana 2-1 in a 2014 World Cup qualifier in 2013, before following up with a 2-0 victory in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers in November previous year.

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  • Southampton fans joined by Sam Vokes in celebrating Liverpool win

    Southampton fans joined by Sam Vokes in celebrating Liverpool win

    He acknowledged that "creating these big chances is really difficult" against a Southampton team that plays so well defensively, but said they "did it" and that they "all know" they "usually score in situations like this". "We were dominant. It is hard because you have to take risks but too many risks plays to their strengths". Nicol believes a lack of clean sheets will end up costing Klopp's side dear, with it hard to see how they can force their way back into the title picture.

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  • Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade are getting sick of all this

    Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade are getting sick of all this

    The Bulls led 110-100 with about three minutes left before surrendering a 19-4 run to the Hawks, sparked by three 3-pointers in just over a minute. Chicago dropped to 23-24 and an unremarkable 14-10 on their home court. That could wind up serving as a turning point to the Bulls, as other players on the roster could heed what Wade and Butler are saying, thus creating some enthusiasm to prove them wrong in the second half of the National Basketball Association season.

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  • New England Patriots Beat Pittsburgh Steelers; Win AFC Championship

    NFL V.P. of Officiating Dean Blandino said in a video released by the league that coming out of the pile with the ball isn't proof of recovering the ball. Brady hasn't thrown an interception against the Steelers since 2005, while throwing 19 touchdown passes . The Steelers ran 20 times for 54 yards, while New England rushed 27 times for 57 yards.

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  • Bernie Ecclestone 'deposed' as Formula 1 chief executive

    Bernie Ecclestone 'deposed' as Formula 1 chief executive

    In an interview with Auto Motor und Sport , Ecclestone broke the news that is yet to be officially confirmed by Liberty Media . This is official. I no longer run the company. "My days in the office will be somewhat quieter". Brawn has been an advisor to Liberty during its takeover phase, and has now been appointed to a key fulltime role upon the completion of its deal.

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  • Venus gunning for Australian Open semis

    What was supposed to be the first real test of Federer's form in his first official tournament since last year's Wimbledon resembled a walkover. "I always felt like against the better-ranked players, you lift your game naturally because you have to", Federer said.

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  • Australian Open tennis day 3 with Murray, Federer and Kerber in action

    Australian Open tennis day 3 with Murray, Federer and Kerber in action

    He wasn't the only leading player challenged in the second round as Kerber, the women's top seed and defending champion, dropped a set against world number 89 Carina Witthoeft. On the men's side, fifth-ranked Kei Nishikori reached the third round with a 6-3, 6-4, 6-3 win over Jeremy Chardy and No 12 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga beat Dusan Lajovic 6-2, 6-2, 6-3.

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  • Diego Simeone unsurprised by interest in Antoine Griezmann

    There was plenty of news from the Atletico Madrid camp yesterday regarding Wang Jianlin, Antoine Griezmann and an investigative piece by Dermot Corrigan. The Atletico Madrid star is often gossiped about leaving, and he's also been a Manchester United target off and on the past couple years. Griezmann has been linked with the club for some time, and is thought to have spoken to global teammate Paul Pogba about life at Old Trafford.

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  • Carmelo Anthony told Phil Jackson he wants to stay in NY

    Carmelo Anthony told Phil Jackson he wants to stay in NY

    He re-upped with the Knicks on a five-year contract in 2014 despite overtures from contenders, and those close to him have said he remains committed to bringing a title to the team. As New York Daily News' Frank Isola put it , "Anthony enjoys playing in New York and under the circumstances he would not give Jackson the satisfaction of running him out of town".

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  • Ezekiel Elliott Reportedly Questioned by National Football League over Assault Accusations

    Police in Aventura, Fla., were also called to Elliott's apartment in February - months before the 2016 NFL Draft - to investigate an altercation involving the same woman, according USA Today . It's convenient timing for the NFL that the investigation won't end before the Super Bowl, as the league would obviously prefer to avoid any headlines that include both the name of one of the league's most prominent players and the words "domestic violence" during the postseason.

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  • Chinese Super League take measures to stop insane transfer fees

    Reports in Chinese media suggest the Chinese Football Association (CFA) is set to implement new rules which allow only three foreign players to play in Chinese Super League matches at a time. Previously the rule was four foreign players, with one of the four being another Asian player. The current transfer window opened on January 1 and numerous 16 Chinese Super League clubs have already signed their full quota of foreign players ahead of the league's opening round on March 4.

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  • Pakistan, Australia to play 2nd ODI today

    Pakistan, Australia to play 2nd ODI today

    The series-levelling win is Pakistan's first against Australia in Australia in any format since 2005 - having lost 16 matches in a row - and will inspire hope of a more competitive showing for the remainder of the summer after their Test whitewash.

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  • UFC's Dana White makes Mayweather 'real' offer for bout with McGregor

    UFC's Dana White makes Mayweather 'real' offer for bout with McGregor

    The ever lasting saga that is Conor McGregor vs Floyd Mayweather in a crossover bout continues to rumble on as both fighters have hyped up the possibility of a super tight in recent months. "Floyd said that he made an offer". Mayweather has his own promotion company and typically runs his own events. The last major fight that you were in [against Manny Pacquiao], you left such a bad taste in everybody's mouth that nobody wants to see you again.

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  • Chelsea Teammates Tell Diego Costa To Apologise And Focus On Playing

    Everton winger Yannick Bolasie feels it is "frightening" the way Chinese Super League clubs are acting in the transfer market, amid talk interest from China has unsettled Chelsea striker Diego Costa . "We lost, but no problem, we just continue taking it game by game". In two to three years Ndidi will go high, we believe in him that's why we paid a lot - more than for Kante - because we believe he can arrive at a top, top level.

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  • Eugenie Bouchard advances to semifinals at Sydney International

    Eugenie Bouchard advances to semifinals at Sydney International

    The Canadian's semifinal opponent will be Sydney-born Johanna Konta of Britain, who beat Daria Kasatkina 6-3, 7-5. "She played an unbelievable match against Caro (Wozniacki) in this kind of heat", Radwanska said. The doubles match between Henri Kontinen/John Peers and Edouard Roger-Vasselin/Daniel Nestor went the distance, with the Finnish and Australian pairing getting Team Gold off to the ideal start with a 2-6 7-5 10-5 win.

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  • FSU assistant coach says Grayson Allen's contact was unintentional

    FSU assistant coach says Grayson Allen's contact was unintentional

    He left the game with a head injury. Xavier Rathan-Mayes scored 18 of his 21 points in the second half, helping the ninth-ranked Seminoles pull away from the No. Keep an eye on him after he swats the ball back into play and decide for yourself. "We just got beat by a very good basketball team", Capel said. One of these particular plays was a highlight-reel worthy alley-oop feed from Rathan-Mayes to Jonathan Isaac, who emphatically threw down a vicious dunk to the home crowd's delight.

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  • Patriots Open As 16-Point Favorites Against Texans, Set Franchise Record

    The Texans had a disaster of a game in week 3 of the regular season when rookie Jacoby Brissett and his injured thumb rolled to 27-0 win in a Thursday night contest. Why the Patriots will rout the Texans: The Texans are the clear underdog heading into Foxboro against a team that destroyed them earlier this season - without their star quarterback.

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  • LaLiga: Madrid pull level with Barcelona's record unbeaten mark

    LaLiga: Madrid pull level with Barcelona's record unbeaten mark

    The Whites have not come unstuck since and on Thursday will attempt to make it 40 without loss when they visit Sevilla in the Copa del Rey . Owen, a Ballon d'Or victor in 2001, was joined by fellow former winners and teammates Luis Figo, Zinedine Zidane and Ronaldo (the Brazilian one) on the pitch as the other Ronaldo was publicly handed his latest award ahead of Real's 5-0 win over Granada .

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  • Abbotsford's Juulsen, Team Canada playing for gold

    Abbotsford's Juulsen, Team Canada playing for gold

    After all, he was on the ice for almost 60 more minutes than the next-highest player in terms of ice time. It was Terry's fourth shootout goal in two days as he scored three in the semifinal game against Russian Federation on Wednesday. For a while, the Americans had no answer for Canada's speed and puck pursuit. The US would come roaring back in the 2nd period however. They are the world's emerging hockey nation; more players, more players in different places seeded by the NHL, and a ...

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  • Preston 1 Arsenal 2

    Olivier Giroud has called for Arsenal to be focused from kickoff after his late victor saw the Gunners come from behind to survive an FA Cup scare with a 2-1 win at Championship side Preston . A late Olivier Giroud goal gave Arsenal the win at Deepdale as they advanced to the 4th round of the FA Cup . A second did not come though and the game became much closer and more hard fought and there were chances at both ends.

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  • Mahrez Dethrones Aubameyang, Nigeria Shines At 2016 Glo/CAF Awards

    National Team of the Year - Uganda, Women's National Team of the Year - Nigeria , Referee of the Year -Bakary Papa GASSAMA (Gambia), Football Leader of the Year . Aubameyang had scooped the award for 2015, while Ivory Coast superstar Yaya Toure had won four in a row between 2011 and 2014. Aubameyang, the Bundesliga's second-highest scorer in 2015-16, finished ahead of Yaya Toure past year, despite the Manchester City midfielder captaining the Ivory Coast to the 2015 African Nations ...

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  • Kyle Abbott signs Kolpak deal with Hampshire, ends South Africa career

    Kyle Abbott signs Kolpak deal with Hampshire, ends South Africa career

    Hampshire Director of Cricket, Giles White said: "We know Kyle well from his previous stint with us and Rilee comes with an excellent reputation". Stiaan van Zyl, Simon Harmer and Hardus Viljoen had already signed Kolpak deals, while Proteas coach Russell Domingo on Thursday said he has been assured Dane Piedt is going nowhere after the spinner was linked with a move to England.

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  • Madison Brengle sparks massive upset - both Williams sisters out

    Madison Brengle sparks massive upset - both Williams sisters out

    Williams had conceded just one game in the pair's previous meeting in Madrid in 2015. Williams broke Parmentier again and then in the next game, with the help of two aces, served out the set 6-3. Williams' loss meant the tournament lost its two big drawcards in the space of a few hours. It was a bad day for the Williams family in Auckland , with Serena's sister Venus withdrawing because of a right arm injury from her second-round match.

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  • Miami Dolphins week 17 LIVE game chat

    The game was played on a highly-questionable sod turf, ripped up between the numbers after Friday night's Orange Bowl. Shea McClellin recovered the fumble and returned it to the Dolphins' 18-yard line to set up Blount's run, which effectively sealed New England's win.

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  • Bills Don't Field Kickoff, Jets Recover in End Zone for TD

    Bills Don't Field Kickoff, Jets Recover in End Zone for TD

    Since Gillislee apparently wanted nothing to do with the ball, New York's Doug Middleton jumped on it in the end zone for a Jets touchdown. Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy was carted from the bench area to the locker room in the second quarter of Sunday's game against the New York Jets with a right ankle injury.

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  • Ana Ivanovic retires from tennis at 29

    Ana Ivanovic retires from tennis at 29

    Ivanovic was expected to make her comeback next week in Auckland, where she will be unseeded, but there could be some doubt about that, following a tweet from the 2008 French Open victor. She finished the year ranked No. 65. She would be a consistent presence in the Top 20 for the next few years before a resurgence in 2014, winning her first grass court title in Birmingham and finishing that year as the WTA's match win leader beating Serena Williams into second place with 58 wins.

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  • Double Injury Blow for Arsenal ahead of Palace clash

    It is Allardyce's first job since his ill-fated 67-day reign as England manager, a job he left by mutual consent after just one game in charge following a newspaper sting in which he talked about how to get around the Football Association's rules on third-party ownership.

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  • Carmelo Anthony Ejected For Hit On Thabo Sefolosha

    Anthony was tossed in the first half of the Knicks' Nov 11 game against the Boston Celtics. The New York Knicks All-Star forward was ejected during the second quarter of the team's road game against the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night after he punched Sefolosha while the two were lobbying for position in the paint.

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  • Former U.S. soccer coach Bob Bradley fired by Swansea

    Former U.S. soccer coach Bob Bradley fired by Swansea

    Bradley was relieved of his position on Tuesday after a humiliating 4-1 defeat by West Ham left them second bottom and four points from safety. Harry Redknapp says whoever takes over at Swansea will have a "tough" but not "impossible" job of keeping the side in the Premier League.

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  • Alli double sees Tottenham Spurs past Southampton

    Alli double sees Tottenham Spurs past Southampton

    Wanyama nearly put Spurs in front after he bundled his way past Van Dijk but just as the space opened up, Jose Fonte dived across to make an excellent block. CM: Victor Wanyama (7.5/10) - Forged a fantastic shooting chance for himself just before the break, but Wanyama's was denied what would have been an excellent goal by some stoic Southampton defending.

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  • Miesha Tate thinks Ronda Rousey shouldn't get an exception on media demands

    Miesha Tate thinks Ronda Rousey shouldn't get an exception on media demands

    The main weakness has been her endurance as the longer Nunes' fights have lasted, the more vulnerable she's been. It will be interesting to see how Rousey responds to the first loss of her career. Given her reluctance to promote this comeback fight and her unwillingness to indulge other annoying nuances which come with being a megastar, win or lose Rousey may be prepared to walk away.

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  • Dez Bryant was "really nervous" to throw a pass

    The victor on New Year's Day will clinch the NFC North Division championship while earning an automatic playoff berth. With the red-hot Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers looming in Week 17 for a winner-take-all matchup in the NFC North, the Detroit Lions were hoping to take advantage of a Dallas Cowboys team that didn't have much to play for on Monday night.

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  • Rex Ryan fired by Bills

    The Buffalo front office's uncertainty over Taylor, whose play has tailed off disappointingly in the latter part of this season, is a major red flag to coaching candidates who might be interested in the Bills' job. The Bills were supposed to be a wrecking ball on defense, with a ground-and-pound offense and one of the game's top 10 running backs in LeSean McCoy (1,257 yards, 12 TDs in 2016).

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  • TV Umpire gets it wrong at MCG

    TV Umpire gets it wrong at MCG

    Azhar Ali has been one of the best batsmen in Test cricket in recent times and he was en route to another century at the MCG on Tuesday. Bowler Jackson Bird deflected a straight drive from Asad Shafiq onto the stumps at the non-striker's end and the umpire called for a routine review.

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  • Donald Trump Got a

    Donald Trump Got a "very Nice Letter" from Vladimir Putin for Christmas

    American officials have insisted that hackers working on behalf of the Russian government meddled with the USA election by hacking into Democrat databases and leaking embarrassing files, all in a bid to help Trump take the White House. "It wouldn't take a lot to bring us back there". It should be obvious that Mr Trump's use of Twitter would be unlikely to alleviate that danger. Putin said that the USA military has "more missiles, submarines and aircraft carriers, and we aren't arguing ...

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  • Arsene Wenger: Arsenal boss says he is 'immune to excessive reactions'

    Arsene Wenger: Arsenal boss says he is 'immune to excessive reactions'

    Nine points now separate the fourth-place Gunners from in-form Chelsea , but nothing is certain in the Premier League anymore and there is every chance Arsenal could catch them. "Maybe, yes", he said when asked whether the team are more resilient than they have been in recent years. They are relentless in the way they play.

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  • Mark Hughes says long wait for league title will affect Liverpool players

    So without further ado, here's our rundown of Liverpool's five best goals so far this season - let us know which one's your favourite in the comments section below! Do YOU want to write for GiveMeSport? Stoke are changeable. The defender also missed games against Bournemouth and Middlesbrough because of the injury, which Liverpool hope will improve through rest, but the team have kept two consecutive clean sheets with his replacement, Ragnar Klavan, impressing in both matches.

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