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Sanchez Could Have Been Killed, Fumes Wenger

Arsene Wenger claims Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez could have been killed when Norwich defender Ryan Bennett pushed him into the Carrow Road camera pit last weekend.

Chile international Sanchez landed heavily in the cameraman's area on the touchline during an incident in the first half of Sunday's 1-1 draw and was later forced off with a hamstring injury.

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Cazorla Injury Blow for Arsenal

Arsene Wenger said on Friday that Santi Cazorla could be sidelined for up to four months after sustaining knee ligament damage in last weekend's draw at Norwich.

The Spain international stayed on the pitch at Carrow Road after taking a heavy knock early in the second half of the game as Arsenal's injury woes continued.

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Formula One: Renault Complete Takeover of Lotus

Renault completed their takeover of the Lotus team on Thursday ahead of the French manufacturer's return to Formula One in 2016, company boss Carlos Ghosn announced.

"Renault had two options: to come back at 100 percent or leave," said Renault chairman Ghosn.

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Spanish League Strikes another Big Money TV Deal

The Spanish league, which had already announced a domestic television deal worth a minimum 2.65 billion euros ($2.8 billion, £1.86 billion), struck another agreement Thursday for 300 million euros.

Orange-Vodafone agreed the fee for one of the remaining packages available for the next three years, the league announced.

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Neville to Cast Eye over Valencia against on-Fire Barca

New Valencia coach Gary Neville will be a mere spectator as his side face the daunting task of halting European champions Barcelona's free-scoring form on Saturday.

Neville doesn't officially take charge at the Mestalla until Sunday leaving the caretaker team of his brother Phil and Voro in control this weekend.

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Resurgent Gladbach out to Break Bayern's Aura

Borussia Moenchengladbach captain Granit Xhaka says his side has a chance of proving to the German league on Saturday that runaway leaders Bayern Munich can be beaten.

Xhaka and Gladbach's stars are relishing the prospect of testing themselves against Germany's top team at Borussia Park with their side fourth in the table while Bayern are already eight points clear.

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City's Shrinking Injury List Boosts Pellegrini

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini admits he is delighted to have some of his key players back on duty as the Premier League leaders head to Stoke on Saturday.

City's injury list is gradually clearing up with goalkeeper Joe Hart and striker Sergio Aguero doubtful for the trip to the Britannia Stadium, but in line to play against Borussia Moenchengladbach in the Champions League on Tuesday.

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Maradona Revisited as Napoli Savor Top Spot

Fond memories of Diego Maradona's enduring spell in Italy's top flight have resurfaced as Napoli savor their place at the top of Serie A after 25 years ahead of Sunday's trip to Bologna.

The year was 1990 and Maradona, who had helped Napoli to their first league title three years earlier, was in his pomp as Napoli strode towards their second and last “scudetto”.

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NBA: Wade Makes Clutch Free Throws as Heat Beat Thunder

Guard Dwyane Wade rattled in two game-winning free throws with 1.5 seconds left to lift the Miami Heat to a 97-95 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday.

"He somehow found daylight," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said of Wade's drive to the basket that drew a foul on forward Serge Ibaka. "I'm surprised he found energy to jump."

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Swimming: Phelps Wins 200 Medley at Swim Nationals

Michael Phelps easily won the men's 200 meter individual medley by holding off Chase Kalisz Thursday night at the 2015 U.S. Winter Nationals event.

Phelps, a record 18-time Olympic gold medalist, clocked a time of one minute, 57.61 seconds, which was 1.16 seconds faster than runner-up Kalisz at the King County Aquatic Center in Seattle, Washington.

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