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LONDON - Australia's Chris Rogers feared his career might be over after a dizzy spell forced him to retire during his second innings in the Lord's Ashes test last week, he said on Tuesday.

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Nigeria target German model in bid to revive fortunes

- Nigeria are seeking to forge closer links with Germany in an attempt to revive the country's football fortunes and hasten the national team's development, the president of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) said on Tuesday.

28 Jul 2015

Diaby agrees deal to join Marseille

PARIS - Former Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby has agreed a deal to return to France with Olympique de Marseille, the Ligue 1 club said on Tuesday.

28 Jul 2015

Family of black golf legend Sifford accused of stealing $1 million

- The son and daughter-in-law of the first African-American golfer on the PGA Tour were charged with improperly spending more than $1 million belonging to the late legendary Charles Sifford Sr, officials said on Tuesday.

28 Jul 2015

Boston activist group credited for defeating Olympics pitch

BOSTON - As recently as late Monday morning, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh had dismissed the group opposing the city's bid for the 2024 Olympic Games as "10 people on Twitter."

28 Jul 2015

Special Edgbaston crowd can be our 12th man, says Cook

BIRMINGHAM, England - England want to bounce back from a disastrous showing at Lord's by playing well enough to get a special Edgbaston crowd on their side in the third Ashes test against Australia, said captain Alastair Cook.

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