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Chinese investors pay $400 million for Manchester City stake

LONDON A consortium of Chinese investors is spending $400 million (265 million pounds) to take a stake of more than 13 percent in the group that owns soccer clubs including Manchester City and New York City FC, expanding the country's financial involvement in the game.

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Sunderland's Allardyce targets festive upsets

Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce has said the Black Cats will target a few upsets as they head into a testing festive period and urged his players to enjoy the challenges that await.

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Talking to LTA about future a waste of time - Murray

Andy Murray, who put Britain on top of the tennis world with victory in the Davis Cup at the weekend, says he has given up talking to the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) about the future of the game back home as it is a waste of time.

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Delph ready to kick-start Manchester City career

Midfielder Fabian Delph said he was ready to kick-start his Manchester City career after three months of hamstring hell.

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Premier League clubs increase spending on agents fees

LONDON English Premier League clubs spent almost 130 million pounds on agents fees last year, an increase of 15 million pounds from the previous period, figures showed on Monday.

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New Zealand Cricket back McCullum after Cairns verdict

WELLINGTON New Zealand Cricket have promised to support Brendon McCullum after former test all-rounder Chris Cairns was acquitted of perjury in London despite evidence given against him by the Black Caps captain.

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