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LIVE Conte says Chelsea need five signings

New Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has told owner Roman Abramovich that the club must sign five more players before transfer window shuts.

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Bolt cruises as Harrison sets world record

Great Britain's women smashed their national record in the 4x100 metres as they claimed victory at the Anniversary Games while Kendra Harrison set a new world record time in the 100m hurdles

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Liverpool sign Wijnaldum from Newcastle

Wijnaldum has signed a five-year contract with the Reds and the Liverpool Echo report that they have paid around £23 million up front.

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Allardyce confirmed as new England boss

"I am extremely honoured to be appointed England manager especially as it is no secret that this is the role I have always wanted," Allardyce said.

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12hGlenn Price

Klopp's five-point plan for Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp's first summer as Liverpool manager means he must build the team around Daniel Sturridge and start Loris Karius as his No. 1 goalkeeper.

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9hJohn Crace

Transfer plan for Pochettino's Spurs

Some Tottenham fans are underwhelmed with their transfers this summer but there seems to be a strong plan in place, writes John Crace.

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Liverpool medical for Wijnaldum - source

Newcastle United midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum will undergo a medical on Friday ahead of his proposed move to Liverpool, a source has told ESPN FC.

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How Kevin Durant is adjusting to life as the villain

Can Kevin Durant handle the heat of becoming the bad guy? As the superstar adapts to his new reality, he's receiving some wisdom from friend and fellow free-agency villain DeAndre Jordan.

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Warriors' Green to avoid jail time with plea deal

Draymond Green reached a plea agreement that will allow him to avoid jail time and reduce the charges he faced for allegedly striking a former Michigan State football player.

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