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Ranieri wants players with 'same mentality'

Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri says he doesn't want to lose any of his star players, and only wants to sign those with the right mentality after winning the Premier League title.

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6hRaphael Honigstein

Honigstein: Guardiola must take his chance

If Pep Guardiola wants to ride out of Munich with his reputation intact, he can't afford to miss out on the Champions League final again.

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6hESPN staff

Sakho given worldwide ban by FIFA

Sakho, 26, was initially banned by UEFA after testing positive for what is reported to have been a type of fat burner.

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16hDan Kilpatrick

Pochettino disappointed, proud of Spurs

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said his side learned a good lesson as he remained proud of his team as the Premier League title slipped away.

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3hBrian Campbell

12 Rounds: Who has the advantage in Alvarez-Khan?

How well does middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez match up with Amir Khan as Saturday's showdown approaches? Brian Campbell breaks it down from 12 different categories.

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Thunder turn things around in San Antonio

Through Monday night's chaos and noise the Thunder bounced back in Game 2, dismissing any panic from a lopsided loss in Game 1 to grab a road split in San Antonio.

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2hChris Borg

Man Utd to pay £65m for Griezmann

The wheeling and dealing of the summer window is warming up. As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest gossip.

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Queen's set to welcome strongest ever field

The Aegon Championships has attracted its strongest ever field with 16 of the world's top 30 players due to compete at Queen's Club in June.

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4hArindam Rej

De Gea wins third Man United POY award

David De Gea became the first Manchester United player to win the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award for three years in a row on Monday night.

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8hArindam Rej

Van Gaal: Media paint me as a 'nobody'

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has again hit out at the criticism he is receiving in the media, claiming he is being presented as a nobody.

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2018 S. Korea chief quits over company issues

A former South Korean government minister was nominated to take over the organizing committee of the 2018 Winter Olympics on Tuesday, just hours after Cho Yang-ho quit amid escalating financial t

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