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Angry at being dubbed a hustler, Maradona dismisses new film

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Diego Maradona greeted a new film about his life with scorn on Monday, telling people not to see it when it is released next month.


Ajax's shares slump after Champions League defeat to Tottenham

PARIS (Reuters) - Ajax's shares slumped on Thursday following the shock last-minute defeat of the Dutch soccer club by Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League semi-final.


Five talking-points from the Bundesliga weekend

BERLIN (Reuters) - The handball rule was again under the spotlight following a penalty awarded to Schalke 04 during the 4-2 derby win at Borussia Dortmund.


Tiger Woods' victory in Masters a win for golf business

(Reuters) - Tiger Woods' victory at the Masters golf tournament on Sunday, his first major victory since 2008, is expected to lift sales for sponsors, broadcasters and golf courses lucky enough to host a tournament with Woods playing.


Tiger Woods' Masters win gives Nike investors another reason to cheer

(Reuters) - Nike Inc's long-time brand ambassador Tiger Woods gave investors another reason to cheer on Monday, after the world's biggest name in golf won the Masters, pushing the company's stock higher.


Rose ticks all the boxes for a Green Jacket at 83rd Masters

AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - World number one Justin Rose is the man to beat at this week's Masters, where recent history suggests the sport's heavyweights will populate the leaderboard by Sunday at a major championship that is more predictable than any other.


Sarri confident Hudson-Odoi will stay at Chelsea next season

(Reuters) - Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi will stay at Chelsea next season regardless of whether he signs a new contract at Stamford Bridge, manager Maurizio Sarri said on Friday.


WWE's next battle royale - Investor fans vs shorts

(Reuters) - A brawl between World Wrestling Entertainment Inc's bears and bulls could reach a peak this year as the company renegotiates overseas contracts.


Liverpool CEO battles to turn Fortnite fans to football

(Reuters) - Manchester United may be Liverpool's biggest rivals on the pitch, but when it comes to attracting a new breed of young fans, the competition comes equally from videogames like Fortnite, the club's CEO Peter Moore told Reuters.


Basketball shoe malfunction puts Nike in the spotlight

PARIS (Reuters) - Nike's shares were set to come under pressure on Thursday after emerging basketball star Zion Williamson was injured when his Nike sneaker split during a game.