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Daily Archives: 1st July 2018

Casemiro, A Seleção’s steadying hand

​Casemiro’s role in midfield brings balance to Brazil Coach Tite lauds his “level of concentration” The Real Madrid man talks about watching his dream come true By Giancarlo Giampietro with Brazil Can it be said that behind every great attack there is a great midfielder? While that may not be a hard and fast rule, Casemiro is doing everything he ...

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10 under-the-radar hitters to watch at Deadline

When teams look for offensive help, they’re looking for J.D. Martinez. Or at least someone just like Martinez. Martinez did something that non-waiver Trade Deadline acquisitions don’t usually do. He joined a team in the middle of a race for a postseason berth and helped push it over the top with 29 home runs in 62 games. … MLB News ...

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F1 – Vettel handed three-place grid penalty in Austria for impeding Sainz

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel has been handed a three-place grid penalty for tomorrow’s Austrian Grand Prix after FIA race stewards ruled that the German had impeded Renault’s Carlos Sainz during the session. Vetted had qualified in third place behind pole-sitter Valtteri Bottas and the Finn’s Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton but he will now drop to sixth place behind team-mate Kimi Raikkonen, ...

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FIFA Foundation Festival shows power of football to change lives

Tournament at Moscow’s Red Square a highlight of ten-day festival Fair play at the forefront for 48 NGOs participating Young leaders make memories to last a lifetime For some people, playing football completes them. Just ask 16-year-old Abu Sesey from Freetown who tragically lost his right leg when he was five years old during a conflict in his native Sierra ...

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