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GOTHENBURG (Reuters) - Barcelona winger Caroline Graham Hansen is putting aside the disappointment of previous Women's Champions League finals to focus on Chelsea in Sunday's decider in Gothenburg, where both clubs will be aiming to win the top club prize for the first time.
(Reuters) - Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson said he has not yet decided about retiring from the game amid reports he could leave the Premier League club at the end of the season.
Frequent, strong impact of the ball or other players on a football player's head might lead to brain conditions like dementia in later life.
(Reuters) - Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola heaped praise on Ferran Torres after the Spain forward scored a hat-trick, securing the Premier League champions a 4-3 victory at Newcastle United on Friday.
Britain’s rule of Hong Kong was ‘occupation’, say draft teaching materials for revamped liberal studies
Materials from Ling Kee Publishing also state China ‘never recognised the unfair treaties’ between Qing dynasty and BritainTeachers say the revisions could narrow room for classroom discussion of Hong Kong history
A study on social media users finds that they often believe antibiotics are an appropriate treatment for toothache, which isn't necessarily true.
(Reuters) -Ferran Torres scored his first Manchester City hat-trick as the Premier League champions beat Newcastle United 4-3 to claim an English record 12th consecutive away league win on Friday.
(Reuters) - England's Eddie Pepperell birdied the last hole to edge ahead of a congested pack and take a one-shot advantage into the final round of the Betfred British Masters on Friday.
(Reuters) - England head coach Chris Silverwood on Friday said he will hand over the reins to the one-day international side this summer to ensure he takes a break in a congested year.
(Reuters) - Chelsea forward Fran Kirby was on Friday named the Football Writers' Association's Women's Footballer of the Year, making her the first player to win the award twice.