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Pulis: New signing must be better than what we’ve got Tony Pulis insists West Brom will learn from previous transfer errors by prioritising quality over quantity in the final days of this window. The Baggies have won back-to-back games at the start of a Premier League season for the first time in their history, but Pulis’ focus is now on ...

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Harry Kane's August goal curse reaches new heights as Tottenham star fails to score from 34 shots in 12 games

Harry Kane was last season’s golden boot winner but he’s been a little shy in front of goal throughout the month of August. Sure we’re only two games in in terms of competitive fixtures, and the England and Tottenham forward has more than enough time and quality to turn this all around – in fact, we’re positive he will. But ...

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What time is Deportivo La Coruna vs Real Madrid? Live stream information, team news and more ahead of La Liga opener

Real Madrid laid down an early marker for the new season by beating Barcelona in style in the Spanish Super Cup. Cristiano Ronaldo is suspended for the La Liga champions’ opening visit to Deportivo La Coruna – but in Marco Asensio they appear to have a fantastic replacement. The Spanish youngster scored a stunning strike against Barca at the Bernabeu. ...

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Former Iranian president asks Supreme Leader to end house arrests

BEIRUT (Reuters) – Iran’s former president Mohammad Khatami has called on Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to end the house arrest of opposition leaders, Khatami’s website reported Sunday, the first such public call by a senior political figure The continuing detention of Mirhossein Mousavi and fellow reformist Mehdi Karroubi, both of whom disputed the results of the 2009 presidential election ...

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Chris Froome improves Vuelta a Espana standing on windy second day

Adam Blythe finished third in a windy second stage of the Vuelta a Espana as fellow Briton Chris Froome improved his overall standing. Blythe crossed the line of the 203.4km route from Nimes to Gruissan just behind Quick-Step Floors duo Yves Lampaert and Matteo Trentin, with Team Sky’s Froome eight seconds off the pace in 16th. Froome, who hopes to ...

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V Festival crowd see red after Pink 'drowned out' by sound from other stages

Fans of Pink were furious after they struggled to hear the US pop star because of noise from the other stages. The Just Like A Pill singer was the headliner at Hylands Park in Chelmsford at the V Festival on Saturday. Unhappy festival-goers took to social media to air their complaints after they claimed they had struggled to hear her, saying she ...

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Wembley will be 'great for Tottenham's opponents', insists Antonio Conte after Chelsea's dramatic late win

Antonio Conte says that Wembley will be “great for opponents”, after Chelsea won 2-1 in Tottenham Hotspur’s first game in their temporary home, perpetuating their poor recent record at the stadium. Mauricio Pochettino had earlier dismissed the idea of a ‘Wembley effect’ and played down the possibility his side might have a complex about the stadium, but Conte raised a ...

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Steve Bannon will be 'loyal soldier' for Donald Trump from outside White House

Steve Bannon will be a “loyal soldier” for Donald Trump from outside the White House, a former Deputy Campaign Manager for the President has said, with Mr Trump taking more criticism over the “chaos” in his administration following Mr Bannon’s ousting. It has been a tough week for Mr Trump as the fallout from his remarks over the violence in ...

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Philippines: Muslims 'being profiled' under martial law

Muslims on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines are being profiled by President Rodrigo Duterte’s security forces as the government battles pockets of Islamist militants that have pledged allegiance to Isis. Mindanao, the Philippines’ large southern island, is home to the vast majority of the country’s Muslim population. President Duterte declared martial law on the island on 23 May ...

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History maker Stuart Broad has no plans to hang up his England spikes as he sets sights on 2019 Ashes

Stuart Broad has stated his commitment to carrying on playing until at least the 2019 home Ashes series after moving ahead of Sir Ian Botham into second place on England’s all-time list of Test wicket-takers. In terms of Englishmen, only James Anderson, with 492, now has more Test scalps than Broad’s 384 after the 31-year-old took five wickets during the ...

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