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‘If Khabib Doesn’t Correct His Mistakes, Conor’s Gonna Put His Lights Out Pretty Bad, Pretty Quickly’

Daniel Cormier and Eddie Alvarez have given their takes on how a historic clash between Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov would go down.  Having taken on Conor McGregor at UFC 205, Eddie Alvarez is the last fighter to have squared off against the Irishman inside the Octagon. As such, the 34-year-old is perhaps in a better position than most to …

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‘She Believed She Had To Be A Boy To Play Football’ – Ideas About Women In Sport Must Change

A “sea change” in perceptions is needed to convince girls they can play any sport they want, says a Football Association official as interest in women’s sport soars. England’s women footballers reached the 2015 World Cup semi-finals and the same stage at last year’s European Championship — attracting a peak TV audience of four million people. The country’s women cricketers …

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‘The First Of Many’ – Manchester City Players Eyeing Premier League Dominance After Claiming Title

Kevin De Bruyne says Manchester City are ready to reign supreme in the Premier League for years to come under the astute leadership of Pep Guardiola. City were confirmed as English champions on Sunday with a record-equalling five games to spare after Manchester United crashed to a shock 1-0 defeat against struggling West Bromwich Albion. Belgium midfielder De Bruyne has …

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Pele Confident Neymar Can Lead Brazil To World Cup Glory

Brazilian legend Pele says he is confident about Brazil’s chances at the upcoming World Cup and expects injured star Neymar to be fully fit to lead the side in Russia. Speaking to AFP in Dubai, the 77-year-old, who has been in ailing health recently, put his faith in Paris Saint-Germain striker Neymar’s ability to recover from a fractured foot in …

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Conspiracy Theories Fly As Roma Put Liverpool Tickets Up For Sale Hours Before CL Draw

Well, this is certainly suspicious… The conspiracy theorists are never too far away when it comes to UEFA and the Champions League draw. For years, fans have accused the European Football Association of bias (normally in the favour of La Liga sides) with multiple poor refereeing displays causing many to label a certain Catalan outfit as ‘Uefalona’. When it comes …

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