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Chelsea ignored warnings about poaching talent

PARIS: When Chelsea dangled its wealth and star players in front of him, Gael Kakuta did what any teenage footballing prodigy from a modest background might do: he lost his head.

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Man City deny poaching French teen from Rennes

LONDON: Manchester City insisted on Tuesday they acted within the rules over the signing of teenager Jeremy Helan after FIFA confirmed they are investigating a complaint by French side Rennes.

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Injury to goal-den boy Fakri a blow to Perlis

GEORGE TOWN: Perlis have been dealt a severe blow when topscorer Ahmad Fakri Saarani was ruled out of tomorrow's Super League away clash against Kelantan.

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Querrey defends Farmers Classic title in LA

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Sam Querrey fended off a match point in the second set and rallied to beat Andy Murray 5-7, 7-6 (2), 6-3 in the Farmers Classic final on Sunday.

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Thanks for the goals, Isa

GEORGE TOWN: Malaysia football has lost another football legend. Former national hitman Isa Bakar died yesterday. He was 58.

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Poaching holds the key to success on Sunday, says Wallabies’ Elsom

ROCKY Elsom has said Australia must win the battle of the breakdown if they are to beat champions South Africa in the World Cup quarter-final on Sunday.

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OneAsia Tour boss announces resignation abruptly

SINGAPORE: OneAsia chief executive Ben Sellenger yesterday abruptly announced his resignation, two years after setting up the ambitious circuit that sent shockwaves through Asian golf.

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OneAsia Tour adds at least three new 2012 events

THE OneAsia Tour, the upstart golf circuit engaged in a regional turf war with the Asian Tour, will expand from 11 to at least 14 events in its fourth season next year with a total prize pool of $16 million.

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OneAsia Tour adds at least three new events in 2012

MELBOURNE: The OneAsia Tour, the upstart golf circuit engaged in a regional turf war with the Asian Tour, will expand from 11 to at least 14 events in its fourth season next year with a total prize pool of US$16mil.

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Eye injury cost Boucher his lens, iris and pupil

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Mark Boucher, the former South Africa wicketkeeper, lost the lens, iris and pupil in the eye injury which forced him to announce his international retirement, he said Wednesday.