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LONDON (Reuters) - A British man has been sentenced to pay compensation and observe a curfew at weekends after pleading guilty to posting racist abuse about England players on the night of the Euro finals in July.
ZAGREB (Reuters) - Dinamo Zagreb will miss the guidance of Zoran Mamic in their Europa League return leg against Tottenham Hotspur after he stepped down as coach upon learning he faced imprisonment for fraud, successor Damir Krznar said on Wednesday.
ZAGREB (Reuters) - Croatia's Supreme Court on Monday confirmed a prison sentence for Dinamo Zagreb coach Zoran Mamic for fraud, ahead of the club's Europa League clash with Tottenham Hotspur on Thursday, the Balkan nation's state television (HRT) said.
(Reuters) - Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko is banned from attending the Olympic Games as head of his country's National Olympic Committee (NOC), as part of provisional sanctions imposed by the International Olympic Committee on Monday.
MARCHING band. Fireworks. Cheerleaders. Electrifying atmosphere. It was only a college football match between two universities – Georgia State and Appalachian State – at the Georgia State Stadium in Atlanta but it felt like a top-notch National Football League (NFL) game I often watch on television.
CANBERRA (Reuters) - Problems surrounding his family had made it tough for Usman Khawaja to be at the top of his game for Australia, the top-order batsman said after getting back among the runs against Sri Lanka in the second test on Sunday.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - A Thai public prosecutor on Friday submitted to a criminal court Bahrain's extradition request for jailed footballer Hakeem Al Araibi, who fled his country amid political upheaval and has refugee status in Australia.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The brother of Australian cricket star Usman Khawaja was charged on Tuesday with creating what police described as fake plans for attacks against prominent people that led to the imprisonment of another man he saw as a rival for the affections of a woman.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Nearly half a century after Evonne Goolagong-Cawley became the first Aboriginal Australian to win a grand slam title at the 1971 French Open, the nation still waits for another indigenous talent to emerge and claim the game's highest honours.