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FIFA committed to 2018 World Cup in Russia

ZURICH - FIFA remains committed to the 2018 World Cup in Russia and says a boycott would not be an effective way of reducing tensions in the region, football's world governing body said on Friday.

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Barca need to play like they did in 2008, Iniesta says

BARCELONA - Barcelona are looking to recapture the kind of form they hit when former coach Pep Guardiola, the club's most successful manager, took over in 2008, midfielder Andres Iniesta said on Friday.

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Greece name Italian Ranieri as manager

ATHENS - Italian Claudio Ranieri has signed a two-year deal to manage the Greek national team, the Hellenic football federation said on Friday.

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Time was right for Liverpool to sell Suarez - owner

- Liverpool chose the right time to part ways with the prolific-but-controversial striker Luis Suarez and the Premier League side will have no trouble coping without the Uruguayan, the club's principal owner John Henry said.

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Hamilton fastest in hot Hungarian practice

BUDAPEST - Lewis Hamilton started his Hungarian Grand Prix weekend as he meant to continue, with the fastest lap in Friday's first free practice and championship-leading Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg behind him.

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Ehiogu appointed Tottenham Under-21 coach

LONDON - Former Aston Villa and Middlesbrough defender Ugo Ehiogu has been appointed coach of Tottenham Hotspur's Under-21 side, the Premier League club announced on Friday.

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Sharks to stay controlled, not likely to go into frenzy

WELLINGTON - The ACT Brumbies have abandoned his conservative game plan but Jake White's Sharks' side won't when they face the Canterbury Crusaders in their Super Rugby semi-final on Saturday.


Wenger bemoans Arsenal's pre-season tour schedule

NEW YORK - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has echoed the sentiments of new Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal in criticising the demands of their pre-season tour.


Pinto quits Costa Rica after 'sleeping with enemy'

SAN JOSE - Coach Jorge Luis Pinto has decided to quit World Cup quarter-finalists Costa Rica because they refused to allow him to choose his backroom staff. "I realised I would not be able to count on conditions to carry out my work," the 61-year-old Colombian said on his personal website ( on Thursday.


McIlroy wins British Open

Rory McIlroy wins the British Open.


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Cyclists chase the yellow jersey in the race across France.

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