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Dunga: Brazil Sack Coach After Copa America Exit At Group Stage

Dunga has been sacked as Brazil head coach after their shock exit from the Copa America.

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Cristiano Ronaldo And Portugal Frustrated By Iceland At Euro 2016

We had to wait until the final fixture of the first round of Euro 2016 matches to see the tournament's star name take to the field. Finally, Cristiano Ronaldo's time had arrived. But Iceland hadn't read the script...

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Euro 2016: Italy Down Belgium, Pique Bails Out Spain

Italy's forward Pelle (L) vies with Belgium's midfielder Kevin De Bruyne (R) during the Euro 2016 group E football match between Belgium and Italy PARIS: Graziano Pelle sealed a stunning start to Euro 2016 for Italy as the Azzurri condemned highly-fancied Belgium to a 2-0 defeat on Monday.

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British Fans Get Prison For Euro 2016 Violence

A man injured after a street brawl is carried to a rescue squad ahead of the Euro 2016 football match England vs Russia, southern FranceMARSEILLE: A French court on Monday jailed two British men for their role in the Marseille fan battles before the England-Russia Euro 2016 match.

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Eden Hazard’s Chelsea Career Is Over Unless He Changes His Attitude, Warns Vialli

Eden Hazard could be on his way out of the Chelsea this summer unless he has a dramatic shift in attitude, according to Gianluca Vialli.

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Euro 2016: Notorious Far-Right Activist At Tournament With Russian FA Delegation

A notorious far-right activist who has been photographed giving a Nazi salute is travelling with the official Russian FA delegation at Euro 2016 and was in Marseille at the weekend as clashes erupted between Russian and English fans.

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Corona Stunner Earns Mexico Draw, Top Spot In Copa Group

Mexico forward Jesus Manuel Corona (left) advances the ball as Venezuela midfielder Alejandro Guerra defends during during a Group C match of the 2016 Copa America Centenario in Houston June 13, 2016. — USA TODAY Sports/Reuters picLOS ANGELES: Mexico's Jesus Manuel Corona weaved his way past five players before firing home in the 80th minute to give his side a 1-1 draw with Venezuela that secured top spot in Group C of the Copa America yesterday.

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Barcelona To Pay €5.5m Fine Over Neymar Transfer

Barcelona's Neymar arrives to testify at Spain's High Court in Madrid, Spain on February 2, 2016. — Reuters picBARCELONA: Barcelona yesterday accepted to pay a €5.5 million (RM25.3 million) fine over Neymar's contested 2013 transfer in a deal with prosecutors that sees the club avoid trial on tax evasion charges.

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Heineken F1 Deal Triggers New Call For Alcohol Ban

Pic: ReutersLONDON: Dutch brewer Heineken's sponsorship deal with Formula One, announced last week, has led to renewed calls from European campaigners for a ban on alcohol sponsorship in the sport.

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Time For Video Technology After Copa Blunder: Klinsmann

Pic: AFPSEATTLE: United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann called on football authorities to introduce video technology on Monday after Brazil's controversial exit from the Copa America Centenario due to a blatant handball goal.

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