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LONDON (Reuters) - Bournemouth are in pole position in the race to be promoted to the Premier League after a 3-0 victory over fellow contenders Middlesbrough on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The police commander in charge of the English football match at which 96 Liverpool supporters died in 1989 told an inquest on Tuesday that his failure to close a tunnel "was the direct cause" of the loss of lives.
LONDON (Reuters) - Should modest Bournemouth win this year's English Championship they will receive 50,000 pounds in prize money -- just about enough to pay a Premier League player for a week.
LONDON (Reuters) - The police officer in charge of the football match in 1989 at which 96 Liverpool supporters died told an inquest he had lied about fans forcing a gate open, the BBC reported on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - If American football star Alex Morgan notches up a goal or two in Friday's U.S.-Sweden match at the Women's World Cup, she will not only score for Team USA, but also for the Fox network that took a big gamble on the event.
(Reuters) - Factbox on Steve McClaren, who was appointed manager of Newcastle United on Wednesday
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Rookie striker Chuba Akpom put forward his case for more playing time at Arsenal next season by scoring a hat-trick in a lopsided 4-0 win over a Singapore Select XI in the Premier League Asian Trophy on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The compelling English Championship season delivered more drama on Monday as Bournemouth returned to the top of the table, Blackpool were relegated and Wigan Athletic sacked their manager Malky Mackay.
PETALING JAYA: Gavin Kyle Green has done Malaysia proud again by winning his third collegiate title of the year at the Hootie at Bulls Bay tournament in South Carolina last week.
LONDON (Reuters) - Watford sealed a lucrative return to the Premier League on Saturday after they won 2-0 at Brighton & Hove Albion and other results went their way on a day of dramatic twists and turns in the Championship.