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Football 1d ago

Troubled United left to work their way out of their mess

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - After a close-season of discontent, Manchester United's dismal performance in their 3-2 defeat by Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday only intensified the chorus of criticism.

Football 11h ago

Beckham to receive UEFA President's Award

(Reuters) - Former England captain David Beckham will be presented the 2018 UEFA President's Award, in recognition of his remarkable career and humanitarian efforts, the sport's European governing body said on Tuesday.

Football 10h ago

Atletico suffer Vitolo injury blow

MADRID (Reuters) - Atletico Madrid winger Vitolo is set to miss between two and four weeks after suffering a knee sprain during his team's 1-1 La Liga draw at Valencia on Monday.

Basketball 1d ago

Asian Games - Japan send home basketball players for 'night with women'

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Japan have sent home four players from their Asian Games men's basketball team for spending the night with women in a Jakarta hotel, delegation head Yasuhiro Yamashita said on Monday.

Football 16h ago

Henry wants Bordeaux job, says Wenger

(Reuters) - Arsene Wenger is in no hurry to return to management but the former Arsenal boss says fellow Frenchman Thierry Henry is interested in taking over at Bordeaux.

Motorsport 11h ago

Motor racing - Red Bull phone call caught Gasly in his underpants

LONDON (Reuters) - French Formula One driver Pierre Gasly was overwhelmed and under-dressed when Red Bull called to tell him he would be racing for them next season.

Football 10h ago

Midfielder Brunt retires from Northern Ireland duty

(Reuters) - Northern Ireland midfielder Chris Brunt has announced his retirement from international football, the Irish Football Association said on Tuesday.

Football 10h ago

Doll leaves Ferencvaros after five years in charge

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - German manager Thomas Doll has left Hungary's Ferencvaros by mutual consent after five years in charge, the club said on Tuesday.

Football 1d ago

Boys get a rest

MALAYSIA coach Datuk Ong Swee Kim’s decision to rest key players in their last Group E match against Bahrain cost them a perfect record after a 3-2 defeat at the Wibawa Mukti Stadium, in Cikarang yesterday.

That was close: Malaysia’s Syahmi Safari (right) evading a tackle from Bahrain’s Abdulrahman Ahmedi in their final Group E match at the Wibawa Mukti Stadium in Cikarang yesterday. — Bernama

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