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Lloris injury hampered by stress of charge: Pochettino

Tottenham Hotspur manager, Mauricio Pochettino, believes the stress caused by Hugo Lloris' drink-driving charge may have contributed to the thigh injury that has ruled his first-choice goalkeeper out of their last three matches.

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Aguero extends Man City contract to 2021

Manchester City striker, Sergio Aguero, has signed a one-year contract extension that will keep him at the Etihad Stadium until 2021, the Premier League club said on Friday.

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Scotland's Hogg to miss November tests after ankle surgery

Glasgow Warriors fullback, Stuart Hogg, will miss Scotland's November internationals after undergoing ankle surgery, the Pro14 club said on Friday.

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Struggling Wallabies call on fresh faces for SA trip

The Wallabies have named a 30-man squad for their Rugby Championship games against South Africa and Argentina.

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Wozniacki's Tokyo reign ended by Giorg

Italian Camila Giorgi dashed Caroline Wozniacki's hopes of winning a third consecutive Pan Pacific Open title with a stunning ambush of the Danish top seed on Thursday.

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Aubameyang's father named new co-coach of Gabon

Former captains, Pierre Aubame and Daniel Cousin, have been named as co-coaches of Gabon after the dismissal last week of Spaniard Jose Antonio Camacho, the country's football federation said.

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Inter, Roma seek to revive fortunes after poor starts

Pre-season title prospects Inter and Roma are under pressure to get their stuttering Serie A campaigns up and running this weekend after the sides experienced contrasting fortunes in the Champions League.

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Hamilton wants 2019 upgrades earlier

Lewis Hamilton has said he is "keeping the pressure" on the Mercedes team to roll-out 2019 upgrades quicker than planned.

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Woods seizes share of early lead at Tour Championship

Tiger Woods delivered easily the loudest roar in ending his round with an eagle three to share the lead on day one of the season-ending Tour Championship in Atlanta.

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Woods 'proud' to make it to Atlanta

Tiger Woods said he is "very proud" of his achievement this season as he prepares for his first Tour Championship appearance in five years.

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