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Convincing Paris Saint-Germain to part with the jewel in their crown would be an entirely different challenge to anything Madrid have faced, however, and while Florentino Perez famously managed to spring Luis Figo out of arch rivals Barcelona in 2000, he was not coming up against the levels of wealth and power of PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.
  • Cora fills out staff, makes Dana LeVangie Red Sox pitching coach

    Cora fills out staff, makes Dana LeVangie Red Sox pitching coach

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    We at BoSox Injection would also like to extend our condolences to the Flores family and the Red Sox organization. Vazquez, 41, played part of the 2005 season with the Red Sox. Flores as ranked by both MLB .com and Baseball America as the No. 2 prospect among last year's worldwide free agents. He had yet to begin his career in the Red Sox minor league system.
  • Collin Sexton watches from bench as Alabama fights off UAH

    Collin Sexton watches from bench as Alabama fights off UAH

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    Key underwent a successful surgery on a meniscus injury Tuesday. Alabama Freshman point guard Collin Sexton was declared ineligible to play after the school determined he was the unnamed player identified in a federal corruption complaint against Auburn assistant coach Chuck Person and former National Basketball Association referee Rashan Michel, according to an ESPN.com report released Tuesday evening.
  • Broncos are first team Cyrus Kouandjio played with in 'Madden'

    Broncos are first team Cyrus Kouandjio played with in 'Madden'

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    The Broncos signed the free-agent Watson to a three-year, $18.375 million contract in March, even though the injury-plagued tackle averaged just 7 games a season in his previous four years with the Oakland Raiders . "He's a young guy. He's a young guy with no miles on him". A second-round pick in 2014 out of Alabama , Kouandjio was never able to claim a starting role on the Bills for any length of time, and after signing a one-year deal with the Lions, he was unable to make their final roster.
  • Curry, Thompson find their touch as Warriors beat T-Wolves

    Curry, Thompson find their touch as Warriors beat T-Wolves

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    Andrew Wiggins (17 points) found success driving the rim and from mid-range, but Butler's overall struggles with 11 points on just 5-of-12 shooting proved costly when the Warriors took control in the third quarter. They were 16-of-22 from the field in the quarter and 29 of their 37 assists came after three quarters. Still facing a 19-point deficit, he would reinsert three starters midway in the quarter to attempt one last push but that push never occurred.
  • Samoa Rugby Union face funding crisis after declaring bankruptcy

    Samoa Rugby Union face funding crisis after declaring bankruptcy

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    Manu Tuilagi has urged England to pay their goodwill gesture of £75,000 straight to Samoa's players rather than the bankrupt union. The RFU has been put under pressure to share more of the £10 million revenue from the Samoa match. "When the tier one nations tour south they get big crowds and can charge a premium for tickets plus they have very good broadcast rights deals, which we don't get", he said.
  • Paradise papers: Lewis Hamilton jets off on 'best holiday ever'

    Paradise papers: Lewis Hamilton jets off on 'best holiday ever'

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    The Formula One world champion said that the claims were not distracting him from his "core values" and his bid to win the Brazilian Grand Prix this weekend. "It is going to be close, but my goal remains the same". Only Schumacher's record of 91 wins is greater than Hamilton's current tally of 62. "So, I come here with this greatest feeling, fantastic energy, and want to absorb the positive energy that and try to shine my light as bright as I can here in Brazil ".
  • Bruce Pearl refusing to cooperate with school investigation

    Bruce Pearl refusing to cooperate with school investigation

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    ESPN's Mark Schlabach and Paula Lavigne reported Wednesday that Pearl is now refusing to cooperate with the school's ongoing internal investigation stemming from federal bribery and corruption charges brought against former assistant Chuck Person.
  • Packers cut Martellus Bennett, abruptly ending his odd, short-lived tenure

    Packers cut Martellus Bennett, abruptly ending his odd, short-lived tenure

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    General manager Ted Thompson announced the move on Wednesday after practice. ESPN reporter and Cover 2 panelist Rob Demovsky reports that Bennett dropped 11.1 percent of his targets this season. Bennett's production in the seven games he did play was modest: 24 catches for 233 yards and no touchdowns. His new team will take on 8/17ths of his 2017 $900,000 salary and $37,500 46-man active roster bonuses if they claim him.
  • Jim Irsay's doubts about Andrew Luck leak out: Injury 'in his head'

    Jim Irsay's doubts about Andrew Luck leak out: Injury 'in his head'

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    Jim Irsay made a comment about six weeks ago, "It's inside his head now, '" said Dungy, likely not knowing his mic was live, referencing a conversation around the Colts" ceremony for Peyton Manning on October 8. But those statements were exacerbated Monday, when former Colts coach Tony Dungy accidentally revealed that Irsay has done more than hint at what he believes Luck's issue is privately.
  • Seattle elects first woman mayor since 1920s

    Seattle elects first woman mayor since 1920s

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    Jenny Durkan was last night revealed to be convincingly ahead in the Mayoral race in the United States city of Seattle, Washington. In a speech Tuesday night, Durkan, 59, said a lack of affordable housing is "crushing Seattle" and warned President Donald Trump to keep his "hands off Seattle".
  • Arsenal star Jack Wilshere makes declaration about his future

    Arsenal star Jack Wilshere makes declaration about his future

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    The Germany global has been saddled with the No.11 jersey since arriving at the Emirates, and the player is said to have been disappointed he didn't get his favoured number 10 last season when Jack Wilshere left the club on loan. "He said I need more football". "At the moment I am concentrating on the now". "All I have got to do is stay fit and play my football. I've got a great relationship with Arsene Wenger and he's assured me that I will get some playing time".
  • Jockey filmed punching horse

    Jockey filmed punching horse

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    A clearly frustrated Caboche then dismounted and punched the horse in the side of its abdomen. Thoroughbred Racing South Australia condemned the incident caught on camera in a statement on Wednesday evening. "It looks like you can add punching horses to the list of cruelty in horse racing in addition to jumps racing, whipping horses, two-year-old racing, and sending them to the knackers".
  • Packers Surprisingly Release Pro Bowl Tight End

    Packers Surprisingly Release Pro Bowl Tight End

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    Just days after Bennett revealed on Instagram that he was likely to retire after the 2017 season , Bennett was released by the Packers with the designation that he failed to disclose a medical condition. It's obvious the Patriots can not trust Allen to do what Bennett accomplished last season by taking over Gronkowski's workload only slightly missing a beat.
  • Green, Ramsey avoid league suspensions over fight, could face fines

    Green, Ramsey avoid league suspensions over fight, could face fines

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    He offered no apologies but had plenty of remorse for not getting "my money's worth". "I want to voice my support for Jalen Ramsey following the incident in our game on Sunday", Coughlin said. "Those are facts. He just couldn't't handle the truth". "I told him that his time [is] nearly up". "I knew I had him to a point and then the stadium kinda helped me out because right before we went out there [for the final series of the second quarter] they showed the big highlight of me locking ...
  • LSU's Graduation Success Rate Reaches All-Time High

    LSU's Graduation Success Rate Reaches All-Time High

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    NCAA President Mark Emmert called it "a significant achievement", adding that "our student-athletes and member schools should be proud of the work they are doing". The most recent Division I Graduation Success Rates are based on the four entering classes from 2007-2008 through 2010-11. Five programs - men's cross country/track and field, women's cross country/track and field, golf, women's tennis and volleyball - own ideal 100-percent GSRs.