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Saudi Football Team to Play Palestine in West Bank

Saudi Arabia's national football team will play Palestine in the occupied Palestinian territories on October 15, the kingdom's sports authority said Friday.

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Chelsea Duo Abraham, Tomori Earn England Call-Ups

Chelsea's Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori were rewarded for a fine start to the season under Frank Lampard with a call-up to the England squad on Thursday for Euro 2020 qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Bulgaria.

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Murray Reaches Beijing Quarters -- and Celebrates with a Snooze

Exhausted Andy Murray battled into a singles quarter-final for the first time in a year on Wednesday -- and then immediately grabbed a snooze.

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Bernardo Silva Charged over Benjamin Mendy Tweet

Manchester City's Bernardo Silva has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association over a controversial social media post comparing teammate Benjamin Mendy with a black cartoon character.

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Vertonghen 'Ashamed' by Spurs Capitulation against Bayern

Jan Vertonghen said Tottenham's players felt "ashamed" after crashing to a humiliating 7-2 Champions League defeat against Bayern Munich.

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Home Comforts Lacking Again as Madrid Stunned by Brugge

Real Madrid's late rally against Club Brugge might save them from an embarrassing group-stage exit in the Champions League but the fear factor at the Santiago Bernabeu has been lost and will take longer to recover. 

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Bayern Boss Kovac Hails Spurs Progress under Pochettino

Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovac has hailed Mauricio Pochettino for turning Tottenham into a European force as he prepares for Tuesday's heavyweight Champions League clash in London.

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De Bruyne Sidelined by Groin Injury

Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne will miss Tuesday's Champions League clash with Dinamo Zagreb with a groin injury that could also see him miss Sunday's Premier League meeting with Wolves.

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FIFA Ban ex-CONCACAF Official Sanz for Life for Bribery

Former secretary general of CONCACAF Enrique Sanz has been banned for life by FIFA after being found guilty of bribery, world football's governing body announced on Tuesday.

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Nike Supports Coach Salazar after Doping Ban

U.S. sportswear giant Nike on Tuesday gave its backing to athletics coach Alberto Salazar after he was banned for four years for doping.

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