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  • Westwood, Kaymer, Pieters get captain's picks for Ryder Cup

    Pieters is in red-hot form after winning the Made In Denmark event on Sunday, finishing second at the preceding Czech Masters and claiming fourth place at this month's Rio Olympics. If he had been, Knox would be an automatic qualifier. "Some people would say he deserves a position on the team but I took a look at it and put them side by side".

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  • Luiz can 'become one of the best' - Conte

    He said: "After the worldwide break it's always very tough to restart because many players don't arrive back until the end of the week, but we must quickly find our concentration and be focused because we know we play a tough game against Swansea and we want to prepare in the best way".

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  • Cazorla comes to Arsenal's rescue with stoppage-time penalty

    They were a bit surprised by the pace and the commitment of the Premier League, and they will adapt to that. "I also give Laurent Koscielny a lot of credit". "So they are missing games". Giroud was then adjudged to have been pulled down in the area in added time prevent another frustrating afternoon for Arsenal at the Emirates.

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  • Porcello gets 20th win, Sox rout Jays

    Porcello gets 20th win, Sox rout Jays

    Right-hander Rick Porcello stayed red-hot on Friday in the Red Sox's 13-3 win over the Blue Jays. "It's just all come together and they are having tremendous years", Jays manager John Gibbons said of Porcello. "I'm definitely very proud of that". At the same time it's collective. We're all sitting here with 22 games to play. Later, the Jays got nothing out of a two-on, one-out situation, and the Sox responded with six runs in the seventh - three of them courtesy of a Hanley Ramirez blast - ...

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  • Martin O'Neill hails Republic of Ireland's new heroes

    O'Neill was also delighted with Murphy who scored his first global goal on what was his 22nd Ireland appearance. With James McCarthy ruled out through injury, Glenn Whelan will occupy his familiar sitting in front of the back-four and he's joined by Burnley's new recruit Jeff Hendrick, Robbie Brady, James McClean and Jon Walters.

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  • Emery looking for PSG to bounce back, minus David Luiz

    Emery looking for PSG to bounce back, minus David Luiz

    Emery plans to use Serge Aurier as cover in centre back, but Thiago Silva is expected back from hip injury and is due for his first match of the season. "After that, it was up to him to work it out with the club and he told me he was happy to stay here". "I do not know how the transfer came about, it was the last day of the transfer window", said Meunier , who was already with the Belgium team for the worldwide break.

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  • Sri Lanka wins toss and bats in the 2nd T20 vs. Australia

    Sri Lanka wins toss and bats in the 2nd T20 vs. Australia

    However, the inventor of the Dilscoop did not have a chance to execute the stroke in his last time out in Sri Lanka's colours. Meanwhile, the batting of Sri Lanka has the firepower to succeed against Australia . Moises Henriques was sent in at No. 3 but he was out for one stumped off Pathirana. De Silva notched up his maiden T20I fifty to help his team get to some sort of total.

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  • New move: Pro wrestling star CM Punk making debut in UFC 203

    Fast-forward to now and the Chicago native (real name: Phil Brooks) is on the brink of another watershed moment in that same arena: his UFC debut. As for the MMA community, the reception for the former WWE superstar was divided. Mickey trains his ass off and he trains with a good team. But, if he loses, he'll be the guy who was defeated by someone who had never fought before.

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  • BARCELONA - Neymar close to PSG move

    BARCELONA - Neymar close to PSG move

    In that time Neymar has signed a new contract with Barcelona after strong links with a transfer to PSG and has won a gold medal at the Olympic Games, hosted by the city of Rio, Brazil. PSG had also put together a contract which would have seen the Brazil global earn approximately €767,000 (£650,000) a week, according to Ribeiro, but Barca rejected the offer and instead persuaded Neymar to sign a new five-year contract.

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  • Hull's Phelan picks up manager of the month award

    Hull's Phelan picks up manager of the month award

    And, despite seeing his already threadbare squad hampered further by injuries, Phelan guided Hull to wins over champions Leicester City and Swansea City, before losing in stoppage time to United. Ryan Mason will be involved in the squad, as will numerous other new signings. We've had a good start to the season. They've stepped up and what they have done is to put us in a positive frame of mind for what is to come.

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  • IPhone 7 Plus Could Have 3GB RAM According To Benchmark

    The wireless Apple Airpods will be sold separately to the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. It also works with battery packs and cases, including Apple's iPhone 7 Smart Battery Case. Apple typically refreshes the iPhone every year, but goes in for a big makeover once in two years. Apple CEO Tim Cook discusses the iPhone 7 during an Apple media event in San Francisco, California.

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  • Paralympic Games open to theme: 'Heart knows no limits'

    Paralympic Games open to theme: 'Heart knows no limits'

    He was initially faced with a flight of stairs, which transformed into a ramp. International Paralympic Committee president Sir Philip Craven says the stress of planning a Games in a country hit by a recession, political turmoil, Zika health scares and rampant crime had taken its toll.

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  • NFL season begins with same issues _ hits to the head

    The president and CEO of Air Academy Federal Credit Union, Glenn Strebe, released that statement Friday on Facebook, citing the company's military connection as the reason for severing its relationship with Marshall. "I'm not against the military". Marshall may be the first player to lose an endorsement over expressing his views " against social injustice ", but he likely won't be the last now that the Seattle Seahawks have expressed interest in a team-unified protest ahead of their season ...

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  • Kerber celebrates top spot with win

    Kerber celebrates top spot with win

    Once she broke that hoodoo, a confident Pliskova fought back from 1-3 down in the second set and saved a match point at 4-5 in the third to defeat Venus Williams (4-6, 6-4, 7-6) in front of a partisan American crowd. "Steffi's a great player and a great person, and I think she's proud of me, to be the next one after her". And Kerber is whom Pliskova will be facing on Saturday at the final.

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  • Los Angeles Rams, Tavon Austin agree on four-year extension

    Los Angeles Rams, Tavon Austin agree on four-year extension

    The 2016 National Football League regular season is just a few weeks away from getting started, and the Rams are looking to make a mark once again in the city of Los Angeles as they make their return. It's easy to get a job, but you have to keep the job. The Rams are probably not going to be very good over the course of the next few years, and extending Austin will not help them.

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  • Nishikori's win may be his most important one yet

    It was only the second time that Nishikori defeated Murray in nine career meetings, with Murray having taken their previous match in straight sets at the Rio Olympics en route to the gold medal while Nishikori took bronze. He was bothered by the noise the roof generated, and in the third game of the second set, leading Nishikori, Murray returned to a relentless attack from the Japanese player.

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  • US Open lineup: Djokovic, Wozniacki and 2 Frenchmen

    US Open lineup: Djokovic, Wozniacki and 2 Frenchmen

    And the man Djokovic was supposed to play in the third round, Mikhail Youzhny, quit after six games because of a strained left hamstring. The second-ranked Murray dropped seven consecutive games after a let call caused by a loud noise from the malfunctioning equipment during a fourth-set point and lost to Kei Nishikori 1-6, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1, 7-5 on Wednesday.

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  • Nats activate Strasburg for start vs. Braves

    Strasburg had an MRI on the elbow earlier Thursday, one day after leaving a start in the third inning.? He walked off the field with his glove over his mouth, and immediately there was concern. With Braves pitcher Mike Foltynewicz attempting to bunt, Strasburg threw an 0-2 pitch that sailed high. Lessard described Strasburg's ailment as an "acute injury, not an overuse injury".

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  • After being released by Denver, Mark Sanchez quickly signs with Dallas Cowboys

    Davis worked out for the Dallas Cowboys earlier this week but wasn't signed, reportedly because he wanted a guaranteed contract. Mark Sanchez , listed as the No. In the two games the Broncos played him in, he barely threw for 200 yards on 30 pass attempts. Last week the Broncos named second-year player Siemian their starter for the season-opening rematch with Carolina after an impressive offseason and preseason.

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  • Former Cowboy Markel Brown signs with Cleveland

    Former Cowboy Markel Brown signs with Cleveland

    Oklahoma State's Markel Brown (22) tries to get past Gonzaga's Kevin Pangos (4) during a second round game of the NCAA men's college basketball tournament at Viejas Arena in San Diego, between Oklahoma State and Gonzaga Friday, March 21, 2014.

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  • Martin Truex Jr. holds off Kevin Harvick to win Southern 500

    She began things by winning at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Memorial Day weekend. The nostalgic paint schemes like the Matt Kenseth's Tide Ride or Kevin Harvick's Busch Beer vehicle thrilled fans and competitors both. However, he still finished.607 seconds behind Truex . Denny Hamlin (No.11), finished in fourth and Joey Logano (No.22) finishes in fifth to complete the top five.

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  • Cole Custer, John Hunter Nemechek share sides of controversial truck finish

    Cole Custer, John Hunter Nemechek share sides of controversial truck finish

    He continued to ride Custer into the wall as the two trucks crossed the finish line. Incredibly, the duo continued to battle down the main straight with the nose of Nemechek's auto just edging out Custer's. "I caught the double-zero there and we didn't wreck him for the win". "He hit me going into the second-to-last corner, and also he hit me again". "When drivers are racing for position, we expect that there could be contact", he said.

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  • Record T20 run haul as Windies down India

    West Indies' total was just short of Australia's 248 against England in Southampton in 2013 while Sri Lanka's 260 against Kenya at Johannesburg in 2007 remains the highest ever global T20 total. Charles racked up seven maximums and six fours in his 33-ball blitz, but was outdone by Lewis, with five of his nine sixes conceded by Stuart Binny (0-32) in a devastating 11th over.

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  • England Boss Comments On Rooney's Role

    At Bolton Wanderers, World Cup-winning French striker Youri Djorkaeff enjoyed a golden spell at a time when many pundits had written him off, playing until he was 36, while Ivan Campo and Jay Jay Okocha also flourished in their 30s under Allardyce.

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  • American Alpha vs. Heath Slater & Rhyno

    American Alpha vs. Heath Slater & Rhyno

    It was a result of the antics played by Nikki Bella and Carmella outside the ring. If the WWE has Ambrose go insane on Styles, turning him into a villain, it could make for a very interesting turn of events at the first "SmackDown Live" exclusive event.

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  • The 2016 Great Minnesota Get-Together Breaks Attendance Records

    The 2016 Great Minnesota Get-Together Breaks Attendance Records

    Flawless weather conditions (not too hot, not too wet) attracted visitors in droves, with three record days set during the course of the fair - including the biggest ever single-day attendance of 260,374 set on the second Saturday. "We set a goal for the Fair - one million people to come and experience the unprecedented transformation, and we not only met it, but soared past it".

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  • Eagles trade Eric Rowe to Patriots

    Eagles trade Eric Rowe to Patriots

    Another member of Chip Kelly's draft class has reportedly been set free, with the Eagles dealing defensive back Eric Rowe to the New England Patriots on Tuesday, according to an ESPN report. There are rumors the Eagles may be trying to move Kine for a draft pick. It's a bit odd that the Eagles are giving up on their second round pick of the 2015 NFL Draft so quickly.

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  • IOC vows to cooperate with Brazilian Olympic ticket probe

    Pat Hickey, president of the Olympic Committee of Ireland, and Dublin finance director of United Kingdom sports hospitality company THG Sports Kevin Mallon have been formally charged in Brazil over their alleged roles in the affair. Police investigators said the scheme could have netted $3 million. He was set free last week after a judge ruled that he wasn't a risk to the investigation.

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  • Robbie Lawler vs. Donald Cerrone Official For UFC 205

    Robbie Lawler vs. Donald Cerrone Official For UFC 205

    Lawler (27-11, 1 NC) is looking to rebound from his UFC 201 knockout loss to Tyron Woodley in late July. "Cowboy" was last seen beating the brakes off welterweight stalwart Rick Story at the UFC 202 extravaganza just last month. White told CBS-19 TV Wednesday that both veterans have signed their bout contracts to collide at UFC 205. He twice defended the title before his loss.

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  • Pieters takes 3rd European title with win in Denmark

    The 43-year-old's last victory came in Indonesia in April 2015 but he was joint second behind Willett at Augusta and has recorded four other top-15 finishes from a limited schedule. The Ryder Cup stalwart may not have been on top form in recent starts at the PGA Championship and the Czech Masters but, if showing signs of his best, will be influential to Europe's young line-up on and off the course.

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  • Goodell recognizes Kap's right to protest, disagrees with action

    He writes that the increase in his jersey sales "shows the people's belief that we can achieve justice and equality for ALL!" After sitting during the anthem in the Seahawks' final preseason game last Thursday, Lane said San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick thanked him for his support and his matching gesture.

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  • Starbucks seeks dismissal of iced drink lawsuit in Chicago

    Starbucks seeks dismissal of iced drink lawsuit in Chicago

    If you've ever taken a look at a Starbucks cup, you notice three lines, with the liquid usually filled to the appropriate line based on the type of drink ordered, then topped with ice cubes. A women sued the coffee company with a $5m lawsuit for allegedly underfilling its cold drinks . It seems that Starbucks can put as much ice as it wants in your beverage.

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  • Rory McIlroy Wins Deutsche Bank Championship

    Sep 5, 2016; Norton, MA, USA; Paul Casey hits his tee shot on the 5th hole during the final round of the 2016 Deutsche Bank Championship golf tournament at TPC of Boston. McIlroy, 27, finished at 15-under 269 to move back to No. 3 in the world after slipping out of the top three earlier this year when Dustin Johnson won the U.S.

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  • Djokovic into US Open quarter-finals

    The 22-year-old recovered from a break down in the fifth before converting his fourth match point in the tie-break to win 6-1 2-6 6-4 3-6 7-6 (8-6). The 22-year-old then pulled 6-3 clear to open up three match points but, while Nadal saved them all, he then missed a simple forehand and Pouille pounced to snatch a momentous victory.

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