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Simeone says he rejected 35 million euro offer to leave Atletico last year

Diego Simeone said on Thursday he considered quitting Atletico Madrid last summer following defeat to city rivals Real Madrid in the 2016 Champions League final, and turned down a 35 million euro offer from another club to leave.

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Germany's Podolski crowns farewell with stunning winner over England

Germany's Lukas Podolski capped his international swansong with a sensational goal to give the world champions a 1-0 victory over England in a friendly on Wednesday.

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Johnson rolls, McIlroy and Spieth stumble at Match Play

World number one Dustin Johnson rolled and Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth stumbled, while Jason Day left to be with his ailing mother in Wednesday's opening day of the WGC-Dell Match Play in Austin, Texas.

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Russell appeals to have one-year ban dismissed

West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell has appealed to have his one-year ban for a doping whereabouts rule violation dismissed.

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Blue cards on show as Australia, New Zealand step up concussion fight

The Australian Rugby Union have followed trans-Tasman neighbours New Zealand by introducing a blue card to be used by referees to prevent players from staying on the pitch after being concussed.

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Toure's return top priority for new Ivory Coast coach

Ivory Coast boss Marc Wilmots has made trying to persuade Yaya Toure out of international retirement one of his top priorities after taking over as coach of the former African champions this week.

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Aguero, Rojo return for Argentina against Chile

Sergio Aguero has been reinstated to the Argentina attack and Marcos Rojo will stand in for the suspended Ramiro Funes Mori in their critical 2018 World Cup qualifier against Chile at El Monumental on Thursday.

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Super Rugby silence is frustrating but necessary - Tew

New Zealand Rugby chief executive Steve Tew has conceded that the silence surrounding the proposed changes to Super Rugby is frustrating but said discussion with a "large number" of affected parties was necessary before they could be finalised.

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All Blacks would have played England, preferred Barbarians

The All Blacks would have played England in November had the Rugby Football Union arranged the test but the existing fixture against the Barbarians was always their preference, New Zealand Rugby Chief Executive Steve Tew said on Thursday.

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De Kock an injury concern for third test

South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock is a doubt for this week's third and final test against New Zealand after he suffered a finger injury during the eight-wicket victory over the hosts last week.

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