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(Reuters) - Following is a selection of quotes from top-flight club managers on Diego Maradona, following his death:
SYDNEY (Reuters) - New Zealand captain Sam Cane has sensed an edge and some "grumpiness" in his side as they prepared for their Tri-Nations clash with Argentina but echoed coach Ian Foster's warning not to let emotions spill over in Newcastle on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Diego Maradona's death dominated the front and back pages of newspapers as the world bid farewell to the 'god of football', with his renowned "Hand of God" quote featuring prominently.
LONDON (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho on Friday asked England manager Gareth Southgate to name the club managers who pressure players not to represent the national team and also explain why Raheem Sterling was withdrawn from the national squad this week.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Pumas coach Mario Ledesma was unapologetic for the tears he and his team shed after their maiden victory over the All Blacks last weekend and said that emotion was an integral part of the makeup of the Argentina team.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Dustin Johnson exudes an air of cool nonchalance on the course but that calm exterior hides a burning desire to compile a major record that does justice to his rich talents.
(Reuters) - England's 40-0 win over Georgia on Saturday may have been nothing more than a routine victory over a tier-two side but the match was truly special for Jack Willis who finally made his much-awaited debut and marked the occasion with a try.
(Reuters) - Novak Djokovic has said he had mixed feelings about ending a "strange year" as the world number one for a sixth time after the season was hit hard by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters) - Suzuki rider Joan Mir clinched his maiden MotoGP crown and became the Japanese team's first world champion in two decades with a seventh-placed finish at the Valencia Grand Prix on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Mexico's Carlos Ortiz held off world number one Dustin Johnson and Japan's Hideki Matsuyama to clinch his maiden PGA Tour title with a two-shot victory over the decorated duo at the Houston Open on Sunday.