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Injuries Could Force Chelsea Manager Mourinho To Rest Starters Sunday At Liverpool

04 / 24 / 14

EPL Chelsea Manager José Mourinho "threatened to protect Chelsea’s chances of reaching the Champions League final" by fielding a reserve team at Anfield on Sunday "in a dramatic move" that could all but hand Liverpool the Premier League title, according to Matt Hughes of the LONDON TIME...

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The two most recent environmental reports from teams in the Premier League "have revealed some surprising findings," as mice, uncooked chicken and expired turkey "are just some of the hygiene nasties that health inspectors have discovered" on the grounds, according to the London TELEGRAPH. An inspec ...

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01/15/13
ESPN Doesn't Plan To End SPL Deal

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01/15/13
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Scottish Third Division club Rangers "set out their vision on Monday for a reform of Scottish club football after threatening last week to try to find a European league to play in," according to Keith Weir of REUTERS. Rangers, now in the fourth tier because of financial problems, "proposed delaying ...

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01/15/13
Sponsor Void Costs Chambers BOA Job

British Olympic Association Chief Commercial Officer Hugh Chambers "has paid the price of not finding any sponsorship partners" since the London Games by losing his job, according to Charles Sale of the London DAILY MAIL. Chambers, "whose departure from the BOA had been a subject of wide speculatio ...

Tags: Olympics, United Kingdom

01/15/13
Man City Fans Protest Ticket Prices

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Olympics Notes

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Premier League CEO Richard Scudamore has "backed Manchester City fans" who boycotted Sunday's match at Arsenal because of the ticket price, according to the BBC. Man City returned 900 tickets of their 3,000 allocation "after fans baulked" at the £62 ($99) admission. Scudamore: "I'm absolutely ...

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Adidas Unveils New Tennis Apparel Line

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