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Rhys Webb 'Heartbroken' Over Wales Policy, But Will Not Renege On Toulon Move

"Heartbroken" Rhys Webb says he will not change his decision to join Toulon in 2018 - even though it means he will not be eligible to play for Wales.

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Vettel Hopes To Keep The Fat Lady Quiet

Pic: ReutersAUSTIN, TEXAS: Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel refused to give up on the Formula One championship on Thursday and found support from title favorite Lewis Hamilton.

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FIFA To Look Into Changing Nationality Rules

Pic: ReutersZURICH: FIFA is considering an overhaul of the rules which govern players’ eligibility for national teams, including a proposal which would allow them to switch allegiance in certain circumstances.

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Leicester Players 'Raw' After Craig Shakespeare Sacking - Michael Appleton

Leicester City's players are "a bit raw" following manager Craig Shakespeare's sacking, says caretaker boss Michael Appleton.

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Jun Hao Advances To Quarter-Final At World Junior Badminton Meet

KUALA LUMPUR -- National junior shuttler Leong Jun Hao continued his sizzling performance by advancing to the last eight of the World Junior Badminton Championships in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, yesterday.

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Late Olivier Giroud Strike Seals Gunners Victory

A superb strike from Olivier Giroud snatched a late win for Arsenal as they edged past Red Star Belgrade 1-0 in the Europa League on Thursday.

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Poor Outing By Malaysian Archers At World Meet

Khairul Anuar Mohamad.

KUALA LUMPUR – The national archery squad failed to make an impression at the World Archery Championships as only two out of 12 archers advanced to the third round of the meet in Mexico on Thursday.

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Malaysia Sure Of Malaysian Open Squash Final Slot

Sanjay Singh Chal (right).

KUALA LUMPUR — Two Malaysian players will face off in the men’s singles semi-finals tomorrow to assure the country of a final slot in the 2017 Malaysian Open Squash Championships at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil.

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Malaysian Open Squash: Sivasangari Advances To Semi-Finals

S.Sivasangari.

KUALA LUMPUR — National women squash player S.Sivasangari is the only player left to carry the country's challenge in the Malaysian Open Squash Championships semi-finals at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil.

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KFA Hopes Striker Muhammad Syafiq Will Stay - Badrol

Muhammad Syafiq Ahmad.

KUALA NERANG - The Kedah Football Association (KFA) hopes that their young prolific striker Muhammad Syafiq Ahmad, will not believe promises of  lucrative contracts from other clubs, and rush into leaving Kedah.

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