• Mustafi: Arsenal can't afford to sell 'hungry' Sanchez

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    Arsenal stars Alexis Sanchez , Olivier Giroud and Mesut Ozil posed in the new club jersey. Basically, it's a so-tight-it's-almost-internal red Puma shirt with white block sleeves and a button collar - nearly indistinguishable from any other Arsenal home kit of the last five years.
  • Jeb Bush, Romney join forces to pursue Marlins

    Jeb Bush, Romney join forces to pursue Marlins

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    The person said Jeter, a 14-time All-Star shortstop, met with Major League Baseball and Marlins officials in NY on Thursday and provided an update on his efforts to raise the needed money with other investors. He joins a Romney group that also includes Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Glavine and former major league pitcher and Arizona Diamondbacks general manager Dave Stewart.
  • Boston Celtics Pick Jayson Tatum in 2017 NBA Draft

    Boston Celtics Pick Jayson Tatum in 2017 NBA Draft

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    There were rumors that the Celtics and Pacers were chatting about a Paul George trade, but for now, the future Laker is still in Indiana. Boston selected Jayson Tatum with the No. He's touted as one of the best scorers this year's draft and he should be able to help the team immediately given his ability to create his own shot.
  • Brooks Koepka wins US Open to secure first-ever major championship

    Brooks Koepka wins US Open to secure first-ever major championship

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    His five-year exemption in the majors is running out this year. A tie for fourth at the US Open that same year helped Koepka earn his PGA Tour card. This put him in second behind Brian Harman . Tied with Koepka at 13 under, Harman missed his par putt at the par-4 12th to fall a shot off the lead.
  • Mourinho accused of £3.3mn tax fraud in Spain

    Mourinho accused of £3.3mn tax fraud in Spain

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    Revelations from the whistleblowing website Football Leaks have lifted the veil on the practices supposedly used by Mendes to optimise often enormous earnings from image rights by his clients. Barcelona star Lionel Messi was sentenced to a 21-month jail sentence and 2.09-million-euro fine previous year for tax fraud. And finally, they accuse him of "voluntarily" refusing to include 28.4 million euros in income linked to the sale of his image rights for the 2015 to 2020 period to a Spanish ...
  • Germany shows its youth at Confederations Cup, beats Australia anyway

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    FIFA World Cup champions, Germany , defeated Australia 3-2 in Group B of the 2017 FIFA Confederation Cup inside the Fisht Stadium in Sochi on Monday. Adapting will be key in this game. "We lost the thread; we didn't manage the lead well", Low said. "One thing with this group is that the boys always stick together through thick and thin", he said.
  • NBA Draft: Links to all of our coverage

    NBA Draft: Links to all of our coverage

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    In his one season at the Washington University, Fultz led all freshmen with 23.2 points, and also averaged 5.7 rebounds and 5.9 assists in 25 games. 7 overall draft pick. Just like, well, nearly every year, there was at least one Duke Blue Devil in the lottery and the first round was loaded with players from the University of Kentucky .
  • #3 - Jayson Tatum - Boston Celtics

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    The Boston Celtics , who just traded down to number three, could use a springy, swiss army knife swingman with Amir Johnson set for free agency this year and Avery Bradley set to hit the open market at the end of next season. Louis Eagles AAU team. He just looks like an National Basketball Association player already. "Hopefully I'm right there with him pretty soon", Cook said.
  • Celtics take scorer Jayson Tatum with No. 3 pick in draft

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    When the Celtics settled in with the No. 3 pick, Jackson was back in play, and he said Wednesday the weekend trade made it a "little too late" to adjust his schedule and fly to Boston for a workout. "You know, I was surprised because they had the No. 1 pick but they know more than I do so when they called me for a workout I was like, 'sure.' I was excited".
  • 40 days later Trump admits: No Comey tapes

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    President Trump is standing by his decision to previously suggest that he had secret recordings of his meetings with James Comey . In an interview broadcast on Fox News Channel's "Fox &Friends" Friday, Trump repeated that he never made tapes, but added that when Comey "found out that I, you know, that there may be tapes out there, whether it's governmental tapes or anything else, and who knows, I think his story may have changed".