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Daily Archives: 7th June 2018

One week to go: Infantino looks forward to World Cup

There is just one week to go until the kick-off of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ Opening Match, when hosts Russia will face Saudi Arabia at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. Teams and supporters are touching down across Russia as anticipation and excitement grows across the world of football. And among those gearing up for the world finals with ...

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Ravens lose 2 OTAs, fined for rules violation

6:45 PM ET The Baltimore Ravens have been forced to cancel their final two OTA practices, and the organization and coach John Harbaugh have been fined, after the team was found to have violated collectively bargained rules governing contact in offseason workouts. It’s the seco… – NFL

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LeBron, Cavaliers lament another wasted opportunity in Game 3 loss

CLEVELAND – Early in the first quarter of Game 3, it appeared as though the possibilities were endless for a Cavaliers team prepared to defend home court and trim its NBA Finals deficit. Less than three minutes into the game, with the Cavaliers already ahead by six points, LeBron James had the ball at the top of the circle. He ...

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Moscow’s FIFA Fan Fest™ kicks off on 10 June 

While the party in the stadiums is set to start on 14 June, the one in the FIFA Fan Fests will kick-off a bit earlier. The Moscow venue in Vorobyovy Gory (Sparrow Hills) will open its doors on Sunday 10 June for a special event, offering an exciting foretaste of what is in store for fans and the media throughout ...

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LeBron compares facing Warriors to playing Patriots

How difficult have the NBA Finals been for LeBron James? The basketball icon likened battling the Golden State Warriors to facing another sports dynasty. “The margin of error is very low. It’s almost like playing the <a data-in-app-uri="thescore:///nfl/teams/3" href="… NFL | theScore

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Cardinals' title-winning manager, Hall of Famer Red Schoendienst dies at 95

Beloved St. Louis Cardinals legend Albert Fred “Red” Schoendienst has died at the age of 95.  “Red was one of the greatest Cardinals of all time, and a beloved member of the Cardinals organization for over six decades,” said Cardinals owner Bill DeWitt, Jr. “His influence on this organization cannot be overstated. Red was a great player, a great manager, ...

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