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The world's most expensive player was missing from PSG's 2-1 loss at Olympique Lyonnais on Sunday and again for this tie due to what the club called "a pain in his right thigh". The Brazilian now earns around £33m a year in Paris, making him the second best paid player in the world behind former team-mate Lionel Messi (£44m).
  • Irons on verge of Mario loan deal

    Irons on verge of Mario loan deal

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    West Ham face a second potential FA Cup banana skin when they travel to League One leaders Wigan Athletic on Saturday. They host West Ham today in the fourth round with Hammers boss Moyes saying fans would have swapped cup glory for staying in the top flight.
  • Another big-name player could leave Arsenal for Premier League rival in January

    Another big-name player could leave Arsenal for Premier League rival in January

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    Nacho Monreal's deflected header put the Gunners on the board, while Granit Xhaka sealed the win with the second goal in the second half. We don't have many players to make [attacking] substitutions. We conceded two unlucky goals - two deflections are very hard to see during a game. Can we be confident going into the final with Man City considering our recent success at Wembley? We missed the chance to win a trophy.
  • Mark Dantonio Denies Allegations of Unreported Sexual Assaults at Michigan State

    Mark Dantonio Denies Allegations of Unreported Sexual Assaults at Michigan State

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    In June, Dantonio dismissed Joshua King, Demetric Vance and Donnie Corley from the program after they were charged with sexually assaulting a woman at an on-campus apartment, according to USA Today's Sophia Tulp . The parent's of that accuser came forward because she had heard the players had tried to assault another woman, and that they were not going to be punished by the university.
  • Injuries: Rob Gronkowski (concussion) did not practice

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    They've done it. They've proven it time and time again. Members of #PatriotsNation shouldn't have to worry about getting messed with by the locals, but you never know! How Blount can settle the score: While Blount has maintained publicly that he harbors no ill-will against the Patriots, it's hard to imagine the way his tenure there ended not gnawing at the veteran running back as Super Bowl LII rapidly approaches.
  • USA Gymnastics employees forced to resign following Nassar scandal

    USA Gymnastics employees forced to resign following Nassar scandal

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    Earlier this week, the NCAA said it was launching an investigation into how MSU handled the allegations against the twisted physician. "I'm not running away from anything. Breslin said in a statement he read on behalf of the whole board that the university would be seeking an outside review and would look to implement changes at MSU.
  • Goalless draw suits Congo and Angola fine

    Goalless draw suits Congo and Angola fine

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    Angola, who needed a point to ensure qualification at the expense of Burkina Faso, travel 800 kilometres (500 miles) north to Tangiers for a showdown with Nigeria the same day. The other set of quarter-final games will be played on Sunday (January 28, 2018) as Nigeria play Angola and Congo Republic face Libya. The quarter-finals kick off Saturday with hosts and title favourites Morocco facing surprise side Namibia in Casablanca and Zambia meeting Sudan in Marrakech.
  • Tom Brady back on Patriots' injury report

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    Luckily for the Patriots, Super Bowl LII is scheduled for February 4 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Church was apologetic after the game, noting Gronkowski is tough to tackle because of his size and adding that he hopes the tight end can play in the Super Bowl.
  • England fall to 5/8 in nightmare start at the Adelaide Oval

    England fall to 5/8 in nightmare start at the Adelaide Oval

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    With Mitchell Starc rested, it was a bold call - but after seven overs, it looked to be the right one as England's top order crumbled. A few more came out the middle in Adelaide, as well, as he nearly single-handedly restored some respectability to England's innings, with a little help from Surrey's Tom Curran in only his second one-day worldwide.
  • Canadian women to play Russian Federation for bronze at Sydney Sevens

    Canadian women to play Russian Federation for bronze at Sydney Sevens

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    The men recorded a comfortable win over Canada in their first match of the day before fighting out a tight affair with Scotland that had two lead changes to win by a handful of points. The men's tournament also began Friday with the first round of matches in pool play. New Zealand showed their class conceding just one try on their way to three wins.
  • Tiger Woods Makes Cut After Last-Hole Birdie At Farmers Insurance Open

    Tiger Woods Makes Cut After Last-Hole Birdie At Farmers Insurance Open

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    Woods made the turn at 2-over 38 after a terrible double-bogey on the par-4 13th (his fourth hole of the day), apparently out of the running for the weekend. Woods was guilty of some X-rated stuff himself, especially off the tee. The fourth on the par-4? A frightful display from the tee saw Woods hit just three of 14 fairways and he spent most of the day hacking the ball out of Torrey Pines' notoriously thick rough.
  • Celtics guard hurt taking a swipe at picture frame

    Celtics guard hurt taking a swipe at picture frame

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    Turns out he lacerated his right hand as a result of him swiping at a picture frame on the wall. Smart said, "I'm embarrassed and disappointed in my actions" as he apologized to fans. "But as a group, we're going to support him and I hope that he gets well, and we expect him to be back". Through 46 games (10 starts), Smart is averaging 24.1 FanDuel points with 10.1 points, 4.7 assists and 3.6 rebounds per game.
  • Baker Mayfield, Josh Allen embracing scrutiny at Senior Bowl

    Baker Mayfield, Josh Allen embracing scrutiny at Senior Bowl

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    The Heisman victor also addressed rumors about his love of the game. Mayfield's actions in Columbus, Ohio, still seem to haunt him, and many believe some of his off-the-field shenanigans might make National Football League teams hesitant to take him.
  • Cormier to step up for heavyweight shot

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    Miocic and Cormier will square off for the heavyweight belt in Las Vegas on July 7 as part of UFC226. On Twitter , Cormier posted a picture of himself in response to his bid to become a two-division UFC champion, saying: "let's go!" Heavyweight champ, Stipe Miocic , shocked many (like Dana White ) when he beat on world beat Francis Ngannou .
  • Federer into final as Chung retires

    Federer into final as Chung retires

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    If I play bad thing on the court, it's not good for the fans and audience as well. Now it's red raw . Sometimes you see other players and you feel like they're happy to have made the quarters. He says he is in a good space for Sunday's final with his serve and forehand working at an optimum in the year's opening Grand Slam. "I could tell something was wrong before he took the injury timeout, but he has a great composure".