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Trump wants to see NFL players fired for kneeling during anthem.

At a rally in Huntsville, Alabama, President Donald Trump told the crowd he would "love" for NFL owners to punish players for protesting during the national anthem.

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Prem Saturday wrap: Man City cruise again.

Craig Burley recaps Saturday's Premier League results, headlined by another commanding Manchester City win.

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Can Vettel make a comeback?

With 28 points behind Lewis Hamilton, Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough decide if Sebastian Vettel can take the title from the Brit.

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Guardiola: Sane didn't deserve to play before.

Pep Guardiola says Leroy Sane didn't deserve to play at the start of the season, but has since improved the "simple things."

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Mourinho insists he didn't hear Lukaku chant.

Jose Mourinho responds to questions surrounding a controversial chant about Romelu Lukaku at Southampton.

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Nadal: Roger always a rival.

Tennis legends Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer say they will forever be rivals after combining to win Team Europe's doubles rubber at the Laver Cup on Saturday.

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England's Ashes batting battle.

Take a look at the leading candidates to fill the gaps in England's batting line-up in Australia

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Carmelo joins Westbrook, George in OKC.

The Knicks and Thunder have agreed to a deal that will send Carmelo Anthony to Oklahoma City, forming a formidable trio alongside Russell Westbrook and Paul George.

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Federer and Nadal give Europe commanding lead.

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal won their single rubber's and came together to win the doubles rubber as Europe take a commanding 9-3 lead going into the final day of the Laver Cup.

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Wozniacki beats Pavlyuchenkova in Tokyo.

Caroline Wozniacki spoke following her straight sets victory over Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in Tokyo.

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Curry: I don't stand for things President Trump has done.

Stephen Curry explains why he would not attend a White House ceremony for the Warriors if the team were invited.

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Maxwell discusses decision to kneel during anthem.

Athletics catcher Bruce Maxwell says his decision to kneel before Saturday's game against the Rangers was not meant to disrespect this country or the flag but rather "for the people that don't have a voice."

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