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Chinese investors buy stake in Manchester City group

LONDON Chinese investors are paying $400 million (£265 million) for a stake in the group that owns football clubs including England's Manchester City and New York City FC, the country's most significant overseas investment in the game.

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2016 Davis Cup enticing but timing tricky, says Murray

LONDON Fast-forward to next July and picture the scene with great rivals Novak Djokovic of Serbia and Britain's Andy Murray going toe-to-toe in a thrilling Davis Cup quarter-final.

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Chelsea submit plans for 60,000-seater stadium

LONDON Premier League champions Chelsea have submitted a planning application to re-develop their Stamford Bridge ground into a new 60,000-seater stadium, the club said on Tuesday.

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Third umpire made wrong call in Adelaide test - ICC

Third umpire Nigel Llong made an incorrect call after using video technology to review an appeal during the day-night test between Australia and New Zealand in Adelaide, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Tuesday.

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Villanovense game a danger for Barca, coach says

BARCELONA Holders Barcelona will be not be taking Wednesday's King's Cup last 32, second leg at home to Villanovense lightly after the third-tier side secured a 0-0 draw in the first leg, coach Luis Enrique said on Tuesday.

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Benitez dismisses reports of spat with Rodriguez

MADRID Real Madrid coach Rafa Benitez has dismissed reports he has a poor relationship with James Rodriguez and said all he wants is for the Colombia playmaker to play well and score goals.

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