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BELGRADE (Reuters) - The captain's armband which Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo threw away angrily during a World Cup qualifier against Serbia was bought by a betting company at a charity auction to help fund life-saving surgery for a six-month-old baby.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Bruno Labbadia might have been seen as a rather desperate appointment by Hertha Berlin but his reputation as a coaching "fireman" has been consolidated by a flying start to his job.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Iran's delegation will arrive at Jakarta's Asian Games with eyes set firmly on a move back into the continent's leading quartet of sporting nations.
One Korean football player has been "made" a Saint online, as Mexican fans heap thanks on South Korea for defeating Germany and helping Mexico get into the second round of the World Cup.
LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Everton manager Sam Allardyce’s ability to quickly get teams out of relegation trouble is the defining characteristic of his management career but his impact at Goodison Park has been so swift he is already looking at a top-half finish.
LONDON (Reuters) - Sam Allardyce and Alan Pardew are favourites to take over the managerial vacancies at Everton and West Bromwich Albion, appointments that would reinforce the cautious culture that exists in the Premier League.
LONDON (Reuters) - Sam Allardyce once mused that if he had been called 'Allardici' it might all have been so different, and given the chance to manage Real Madrid or Inter Milan he was sure he would have the medals to accompany the fashionable continental sheen.
OMAHA, Nebraska (Reuters) - Even as gun battles rage in Rio de Janeiro slums, mutilated bodies wash up on beaches and police and fireman protest, the USOC on Thursday declared the 2016 Olympics will be the safest place in the world for athletes once the Games begin.
LONDON (Reuters) - The 1975 Spanish Grand Prix at Barcelona's Montjuich circuit has gone down in Formula One history as a safety shambles after a deadly accident that might have been prevented.