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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's prolific film industry churns out scores of movies with plotlines bordering on the absurd every year but even Bollywood might have dismissed as too preposterous the story of the rise of soccer club Aizawl FC.
(Reuters) - Chelsea captain John Terry is assessing whether to retire from football after the Premier League champions' final game of the season against Sunderland on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes Bayern Munich and Barcelona would have sacked him if he had overseen a similar campaign to the one his Manchester City team have had at either of the European powerhouses.
(Reuters) - Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho's criticism of defenders Chris Smalling and Phil Jones for their "cautious approach" towards recovery from injury reflects his desire to have them on the field, England international Smalling has said.
(Reuters) - Chelsea need to learn from the mistakes of last season to be better prepared to defend their Premier League title in the coming campaign, centre back Gary Cahill has said.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hostpur players will stay at the club next season as they are like a "family" and there are few teams better than the second-placed Premier League side, striker Harry Kane has said as he urged his side to win trophies next season.
(Reuters) - Arsenal will be "frustrated" if they fail to secure a top four finish in the Premier League this season and can only blame themselves for their inconsistent performances, manager Arsene Wenger has said.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's federal prosecutors' office said on Tuesday that they had not found any indications that there was a "terrorist background" to the attack on the Borussia Dortmund football team bus on April 11.
(Reuters) - Failure to qualify for next season's Champions League would confirm a disappointing season for Arsenal, but the north London club have not yet abandoned hope that their rivals will slip up, defender Laurent Koscielny has said.
Madrid (Reuters) - Zinedine Zidane insisted his Real Madrid stars don't feel like champions yet, as his side close in on a potential double.