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What a bummer: police tell mooning protesters to keep their pants on Australian demonstrators planning to expose their backsides to Victorias parliament get the bums rush from policeProtesters planning to moon the Victorian parliament in protest against new laws that make the practice of exposing backsides illegal have bac
The Guardian | 1 hour, 23 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
I saw a lot from the bench: how Portos reserve goalkeeper became manager Nuno Esprito Santo won the Uefa Cup and Champions League without playing under Jos Mourinho, but he used his time as a substitute wisely and now brings his Porto side to Leicester for the GroupG game on TuesdayNuno Esprito Santo was in a terrible st
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England injury list gives Eddie Jones chance to promote a likely lad or two How many uncapped bolters will be included in the 32-man squad for the autumn internationals against South Africa, Fiji, Argentina and Australia?Here is a game to be played at home: how many uncapped bolters will be included on Friday in Englands 32-man s
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Carli Lloyd's memoir explodes myth that US women's soccer is all fun and friends In When Nobody Was Watcing, the World Cup winner paints a portrait of a player who has given perhaps too much in the pursuit of successWhen the US womens soccer team rose to fame in the late 1990s, they projected an image that was a well-polished composit
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The Guardian NFL debate: the season's big questions assessed Who will be fired? Which struggling team is doomed? We look at the major issues in the league in a format in no way ripped off the presidential debatesWelcome to the first presidential debate of the 2016 NFL season, held just after Week 3 concluded. There
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'The perfect dorm game': How the Fifa series helped sell soccer to the US TV and MLS have played a part in popularizing the beautiful game Stateside, but video games influence on the American soccer fan cannot be underestimatedFor Kelvin Garcia, growing up in a Dominican family from New York City meant two sports took priority
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David Squires on Arsne Wenger's 20 years at Arsenal David Squires is still currently enjoying a well-earned holiday but, in the latest of his trips down memory lane, he takes a look at Arsne Wengers two decades in charge at Arsenal. You can find Davids archive of cartoons here and hes also got a book out s
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'No future for you here': Australia and PNG push to clear out Manus detainees Refugees told they must settle elsewhere in Papua New Guinea as processing at the detention centre will end soonAustralia and Papua New Guinea are escalating efforts to clear the Manus Island detention centre, telling refugees they must settle elsewhere i
The Guardian | 1 hour, 45 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Sinking Hamburg wield the axe again but problems come from up on high | Raphael Honigstein Based in a big, wealthy city, supported by millions and dripping in history, the northerners should be a force but meddling at the top is dragging them downHis team courageously, stubbornly, managed to hold off the visiting champions until a Joshua Kimmic
The Guardian | 1 hour, 55 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Labour conference: Watson says party must prepare for 'fourth industrial revolution' Rolling coverage of all the developments from the Labour conference in Liverpool, including speeches from Sadiq Khan and Tom Watson 9.05am BST Labour does not feature much on the newspaper front pages this morning although, given the splash headline on on
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