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Youngstown State staffer banned from sidelines after bumping opposing player

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Tim Johnson, a former NFL linebacker in his first year as director of player personnel at YSU, apologized for the incident. Continue reading

Hawks fire Lloyd Pierce; Nate McMillan to serve as interim head coach

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Pierce, who was named the head coach of the Hawks in 2018, leaves Atlanta with a 63-120 overall record. Continue reading

Vinicius Jr rescues point as Real lose ground

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Vinicius Junior struck a late equaliser for Real Madrid on his 100th appearance for the club in a 1-1 home draw against La Liga rivals Real Sociedad. Continue reading

UK offers to host more Euro 2020 games, World Cup bid backed

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Boris Johnson has confirmed the UK has offered to host extra Euro 2020 games this summer - and says talks between ministers and UEFA continue as organisers try to find a solution due to the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading

Papers: Liverpool could miss Salah for 2021-22 start

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Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Tuesday's newspapers... Continue reading

Ancelotti: Everton in Champions League fight

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Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti hopes Monday's 1-0 win over Southampton acts as a springboard in their bid to bring Champions League football to Goodison Park next season. Continue reading

Pep: Winning run reflects Man City squad strength

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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says the club's 20-game winning streak in all competitions is only possible due to the strength of their squad. Continue reading

Hawks fire head coach Lloyd Pierce

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The Atlanta Hawks have fired head coach Lloyd Pierce after two-plus seasons, the team announced on Monday evening. Continue reading

Richarlison strike extends Saints’ slump

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Richarlison's early strike was enough to guide Everton to only their sixth home win of the season as Southampton's alarming slump continued with a 1-0 defeat at Goodison Park. Continue reading

Murray produces fightback to beat Haase

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Andy Murray fought back from a set down to beat Robin Haase in the first round of the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam. Continue reading