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LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal great Thierry Henry is ready for another shot at management after being dumped by Monaco in January and deserves to be in the Premier League, according to former team mate Robert Pires.
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Benny Gantz has little of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's worldly polish or flair as a showy ideologue - and that may be exactly why so many weary Israelis want the ex-general in top office.
MILAN (Reuters) - The Milan derby on Saturday will offer an intriguing clash of coaching styles with the low profile, mild-mannered Marco Giampaolo one side facing the ranting, animated Antonio Conte on the other.
In the new Paris Opera version of Giuseppe Verdi's masterpiece, the heroine Violetta is an Internet celebrity like Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian
(Reuters) - Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho has the personality and experience to solve their injury crisis in defence, manager Pep Guardiola has said.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Beauden Barrett will start at fullback for New Zealand in their World Cup Pool B opener against South Africa in Yokohama on Saturday after coach Steve Hansen retained Richie Mo'unga at flyhalf.
SAPPORO, Japan (Reuters) - Former rugby league international Semi Radradra will play on the wing against Australia in Fiji's World Cup Pool D opener in Sapporo on Saturday after making all of his previous six test starts at centre.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Romain Ntamack will start at flyhalf for France in Saturday's World Cup opener against Argentina, as coach Jacques Brunel signalled his intent to attack early and let an experienced bench close the game out.
Rivals would be wise to avoid backstabbing when vying for the same plum job, recruiters say
PETALING JAYA: La Salle Brother Harold Reynolds, who spent his adult life as an educator in Malaysia, has died in the Philippines.