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Wagner Resigns from Germany Duty after World Cup Snub

Bayern Munich's out-spoken striker Sandro Wagner has reacted to his surprise omission from Germany's provisional World Cup squad by retiring from international duty.

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England Fans Warned over Flag-Waving at World Cup

Police chiefs have urged England fans attending the World Cup not to display the flag of St George over fears it will be seen as antagonistic to their Russian hosts.

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Nadal, Djokovic Power On as Thiem Crashes Out in Rome

Former winners Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic powered into the third round of the Italian Open in Rome on Wednesday but Austrian Dominic Thiem fell at the first hurdle.

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With World Cup Looming, Neymar Admits: 'Nobody is as Scared as Me'

As Neymar, the world's most expensive player, battles to be fit for Brazil's World Cup campaign, he is aware of the pressure.

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Maradona Named Chairman of Belarus Club

Diego Maradona is coming to Belarus as chairman of a small top-flight club with big European ambitions.

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Marseille Out to Deny Griezmann, Atletico in Europa League Final

Antoine Griezmann is hoping to get his hands on a first major trophy with Atletico Madrid as the Spanish club prepare to take on Marseille in Wednesday's Europa League final.

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Saudis Suspend World Cup Referee over Bribery

The Saudi Football Federation have banned referee Fahad al-Mirdasi for life over bribery and urged FIFA to remove him from the pool of referees for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

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Post Barca, Iniesta to Decide between China or Japan

Barcelona captain Andres Iniesta says he will decide "next week" whether to continue his decorated career in either China or Japan.

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New Italy Coach Mancini Vows to Restore Azzurri Pride

New Italy coach Roberto Mancini on Tuesday said he wanted to restore pride in the national side six months after their shock failure to qualify for the World Cup.

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17 Tunisia Police Officers Charged over Death of Football Fan

Seventeen Tunisian police officers have been indicted for manslaughter after a fan drowned in March outside a football match, Ghazi Mrabet, a lawyer representing the victim's family, said Tuesday.

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