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(Reuters) - The international break has not been kind to promoted Norwich City after several players returned injured ahead of Saturday's Premier League match at home against champions Manchester City, manager Daniel Farke said on Friday.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - While the influence of the Pacific islands on global rugby is undeniable with as many as one in five professionals having Pasifika heritage, Tonga, Fiji and Samoa look set for another disappointing World Cup as perennial problems endure.
(Reuters) - Five talking points from the Premier League weekend:
(Reuters) - Inter Milan's false start in the Champions League with a home draw against Slavia Prague has only strengthened the idea that coach Antonio Conte is good in Serie A but less so in Europe, which the Italian had dismissed as a cliché before the match.
ZURICH (Reuters) - The world players' union FIFPRO says it is time to stop matches being played in extreme heat after seeing some of its members struggle in torrid conditions at the African Nations Cup and in Spain's La Liga during the summer.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur's unsettled squad must make up for time lost in pre-season and build togetherness to arrest a slump in form, manager Mauricio Pochettino said after the London side crashed out of the League Cup on Tuesday.
DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar wants to make alcohol accessible for visiting fans when it hosts the 2022 World Cup and will use cruise ships to ensure it can accommodate an expected one million visitors, the head of the organising committee told reporters on Thursday.
KOBE (Reuters) - John Barclay remembers the loneliness of the captaincy, the endless search for answers after a heavy defeat, and while the Scotland flanker no longer wears the mantle, his experience is helping lift the side after their World Cup loss to Ireland.
(Reuters) - Beating Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Tuesday will help Tottenham Hotspur avoid a repeat of last season's late scramble to qualify for the knockout rounds, manager Mauricio Pochettino said.
(Reuters) - Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris was taken to hospital on Saturday after injuring his arm in the third minute in the game against Brighton & Hove Albion at the Amex stadium.