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Blatter to miss meetings

FIFA president to skip Thursday morning's medical conference in Zurich as well as meeting of UEFA's member association in order to manage crisis.

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LIVE - Irish Open

LIVE - Irish Open: Rory McIlroy and Rickie Fowler battle it out at Royal County Down Golf Club.

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Gerrard LA debut July 11

Steven Gerrard is expected to play his first game for the Los Angeles Galaxy on July 11 and will release an autobiography on Sept. 24.

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Sevilla win Europa League

Colombian striker Carlos Bacca claimed a double as Sevilla made Europa League history by seeing off Dnipro to win the competition for a record fourth

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Edmund pulls out of French Open

Britain's Kyle Edmund has been forced to withdraw from his French Open second-round match against Nick Kyrgios in order to protect a torn abdominal muscle.

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Advocaat leaves Sunderland to retire

Advocaat, 67, kept the club in the top flight this season after taking over from Gus Poyet in March, but said that he no longer wishes to work.

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Blatter welcomes FIFA probe

Blatter, who was not arrested, revealed that he wanted to restore the public's trust in FIFA.

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Pochettino: Kane will be fresh

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino believes his star striker Harry Kane will be fresh before the start of the 2015-16 season despite a busy summer.

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Van Gaal: United need signings for title

Louis van Gaal has said Man United's hopes of competing for the Premier League title next season rest on how they perform in the transfer market.

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Wenger coy on Benzema, Vidal rumours

The Gunners boss admits he "likes" Juventus star Vidal but says he is "not in transfer mode" with Real Madrid forward Benzema also linked with a move.

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The Barbarians: Wrestling with legacy

Coach Robbie Deans talks the Barbarians' legacy and finding the balancing act between expansive rugby and taking the points.

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Mourinho mocks Chelsea rivals

Jose Mourinho mocked the critics of Chelsea's substance-over-style approach with a tongue-in-cheek speech at the club's end of season awards dinner.

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