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I Want Fighters Not Victims, Says Arsenal Boss Arteta

Under-pressure Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says the only way the struggling Gunners are going to turn their season around is if his players show they are fighters and not victims.

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Milan Clubs Jostle to End Year Top of Serie A

AC Milan and Inter Milan will be vying to end the year top of the Serie A table on Wednesday as the city rivals push to deny Juventus a 10th consecutive 'Scudetto' this season.

Leaders AC Milan's unbeaten league run, which stretches back to March, faces a stiff test against Lazio in the San Siro.

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Who Said What This Sporting Weekend

Who said what this sporting weekend:

"Just imagine if there were 75,000 people in, it would have gone down in history as one of the great performances against Leeds."

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Guardiola Says No New Striker for City Due to Covid Impact

Manchester City's strikers will have to rediscover their scoring touch because reinforcements will not be signed in January, manager Pep Guardiola has said.

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Sane Warned by Rummenigge to Shape Up Fast at Bayern

Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has laid down the law to Leroy Sane, telling the former Manchester City winger that he needs to start delivering for the European champions.

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NBA Approves Sale of Utah Jazz

The NBA's Board of Governors formally approved the sale of the Utah Jazz to software developer Ryan Smith on Friday, welcoming the tech billionaire as a "fantastic addition" to the league.

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'See a Nice Game': Latest Qatar World Cup Venue Launches

Qatar inaugurated its latest stadium on Friday for the 2022 World Cup with a half-capacity 20,000-strong crowd who had all tested for the coronavirus or antibodies beforehand but with minimal social distancing.

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'Brutal' Virus Leaves Newcastle Players Struggling to Walk

Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce says some of the club's coronavirus victims are battling extreme exhaustion as they attempt to fight their way back to fitness.

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Asian Champions League: Finally a Final, Ulsan vs Persepolis

The longest Asian Champions League tournament in history ends on Saturday — more than 11 months after the first ball was kicked — when Ulsan Horang-i of South Korea meets Iran's Persepolis in Doha, Qatar in the final.

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Spies, Drug Cocktails and Computer Fraud: The Making of a Doping Scandal

The Russian doping scandal boasted all the seedy ingredients of a spy novel with whistleblowers, drug cocktails and under-cover chicanery.

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