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MILAN (Reuters) - Torino's Walter Mazzarri became the 10th manager in Serie A to lose his job this season on Tuesday, with the side sliding down the league table after shipping 17 goals in their last four games alone.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's Olympic committee plans to buy radiation detectors and ship homegrown ingredients to Japan for its athletes at the Tokyo Games because of worries local food may be contaminated by the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.
LONDON (Reuters) - Southern hemisphere rugby fans used to delight in dismissing Jonny Wilkinson's flyhalf credentials but there was not a coach in world rugby who would not have picked him in his pomp and Owen Farrell is a man cast from the same mould.
LONDON (Reuters) - Kosovo arrived like a breath of fresh sea air on England's south coast on Tuesday and while they were eventually swamped in a 5-3 defeat, the manner of their performance will have many hoping they qualify for the Euro 2020 finals.
ROME (Reuters) - On the face of it, Italy’s 2019 Six Nations campaign ended much like those before it.
MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid have spent more than 300 million euros (£278.61 million) on new recruits but they head into the new La Liga season clouded by uncertainty and with pressure already building on coach Zinedine Zidane after a worrying warm-up campaign.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The All Blacks have rarely been at their best in the southern hemisphere championship in World Cup years and coach Steve Hansen is not about to push the panic button despite his side shipping a record 47 points in a loss to Australia in Saturday.
PUTRAJAYA Challenge park manager Mohd Bazly Mohammad Najib maintains an active lifestyle during the fasting month because he, in his own words: “simply cannot keep still.”
LESBOS, Greece (Reuters) - It may not be the Nou Camp, but the charity arm of soccer giants Barcelona has been giving child refugees living in temporary shelters on Lesbos a shot at the beautiful game.
LONDON (Reuters) - After England's kicking destroyed France, Eddie Jones said he expected teams to adjust their defending to deal with it, but he probably did not think the modification would occur so quickly that the approach was virtually nullified in their next game.