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Expect Wenger vs. Mourinho to continue

Arsene Wenger finally beat Jose Mourinho, albeit in Sunday's Community Shield, but the war of words between the two continued. This season will see more as they compete for the title, writes John Brewin.

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Authorities promise action after doping leak

Both WADA and the IAAF have promised to act if information contained within the ''biggest leak of blood-test data in sporting history'' proves to be correct.

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6hRichard Jolly

Di Maria in Qatar as PSG deal nears

Angel Di Maria has arrived in Qatar for his medical ahead of his proposed move to Paris Saint-Germain from Manchester United.

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2hJohn Brewin

Terry: Arsenal loss could be wake-up call

The Chelsea captain says that while the Community Shield defeat was "horrible in all aspects," the result could spur on the Premier League champions.

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Tom Daley 'really happy' with 10m bronze

Britain's Tom Daley has claimed his second medal of the Kazan 2015 World Championships, claiming bronze in the 10m platform.

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Human Rights Foundation hits out at Messi

Lionel Messi has been criticised by the Human Rights Foundation for showing "enthusiastic support for the dictatorship" during his trip to Gabon.

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West Ham forward Valencia avoids surgery

Enner Valencia has handed West Ham a fitness boost by announcing he does not require surgery following a potentially serious injury on Thursday night.

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Guy takes 400m freestyle silver in Kazan

Great Britain have won their first medal of the 2015 World Championships after James Guy claimed silver in the men's 400m freestyle in Kazan.

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Keane: Utd won't win Prem

Roy Keane has suggested Manchester United will struggle to make a sustained challenge for the Premier League title this season.

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FULL TIME! Even down to 10 men for the final 10 minutes, the Chicago Fire are able to blank FC Dallas and win 2-0.

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GOAL Fire! Shaun Maloney makes no mistake from the spot. Igboananike drew the foul going away from goal on the edge of the box. 2-0 Chicago