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LONDON (Reuters) - Coach Eddie Jones has scheduled "clear the air" talks for everyone in his Six Nations squad to ensure any rumbling discontent over the Saracens' salary cap scandal does not sour the atmosphere in the England camp.
PETALING JAYA: Expect Japanese world No. 1 shuttler Kento Momota to respond strongly after his recent misfortune – and make his nation proud at the Tokyo Olympics.
LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton's absence from Britain's New Year's honours list has angered his Formula One fans and triggered fresh debate about the sport's status and whether the six-times world champion is sufficiently appreciated at home.
DOHA (Reuters) - Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino says he is ready to return to management quickly, showing no interest in an extended break from the game.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A panel set up to review Australia's national soccer teams said it had found no bias or agenda behind the termination of women's coach Alen Stajcic in January or any existence of a reported "lesbian mafia" that wanted him out of the job.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian track and field athletes could be cleared to compete at next year's Tokyo Olympics as neutrals despite the federation's ongoing suspension, its acting chief said on Friday.
THE Philippines SEA Games started in shambles but the opening ceremony lifted their spirits, the organisers learnt their lessons quickly, took on the challenge and a typhoon – and when the closing ceremony began yesterday, it could be declared a fairly successful meet.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Cricket South Africa chief executive Thabang Moroe has been suspended following allegations of misconduct, the CSA said on Friday, just hours after the organisation's major sponsor said they would not renew their contract.
LIVING in a country where there are almost no major natural disasters, I must say I had no idea of what to expect when the news came that Typhoon Tisoy was going to hit the Philippines – just as my mates and I are there to cover the SEA Games.