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FA too white and too male and it must change, says Dyke

LONDON - "Overwhelmingly male and overwhelmingly white" Football Association chairman Greg Dyke said of his own organisation on Saturday, saying the governing body must change.

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England's Gault wins record-equalling 18th medal

GLASGOW - England's 60-year-old Mick Gault came out of retirement to win a record-equalling 18th Commonwealth Games medal with a shooting bronze in Glasgow on Saturday.

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Raikkonen blames Ferrari for qualifying gaffe

BUDAPEST - Kimi Raikkonen told Ferrari to get their act together after a qualifying gaffe by his Italian team left the Finn languishing down the starting grid at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Saturday.

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Show must go on without big names, says Bolt

GLASGOW – - Athletes competing at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow are among the best in the world and the event has not been affected by big name withdrawals, six-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt said on Saturday.

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Italy administrator caught up in racism row

ROME – - Carlo Tavecchio, the favourite to become the next Italian Football Federation (FIGC) president, has been caught up in a racism storm after referring to African players as "banana eaters".

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Balti boys say farewell to bowls competition

GLASGOW - Two local restaurant owners took time out from their busy Glasgow curry house to represent Pakistan in lawn bowls but could not cook up a victory as they bowed out against the Falkland Islands on Saturday.

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Italy administrator caught up in racism row

ROME - Carlo Tavecchio, the favourite to become the next Italian Football Federation (FIGC) president, has been caught up in a racism storm after referring to African players as "banana eaters". The influx of foreign players has been a hot topic since the national team crashed out of the World Cup in the group stage and 71-year-old Tavecchio suggested Italy should replicate England's stringent requirements for non-EU players.

All Blacks seal important signatures for post-World Cup

WELLINGTON - Flyhalf Beauden Barrett and scrumhalves Aaron Smith and TJ Perenara are the latest All Blacks to commit to New Zealand rugby until after next year's World Cup, New Zealand Rugby Union said on Saturday.

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Liverpool new boy Lallana to miss start of season

LONDON - Liverpool's new signing Adam Lallana will miss the start of the season after suffering a knee injury in training, the club said on Friday.

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Cyclists chase the yellow jersey in the race across France.

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McIlroy wins British Open

Rory McIlroy wins the British Open.

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