Monthly Archives:April 2017

Conte happy for Hazard to put team first

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Chelsea boss Antonio Conte wants playmaker Eden Hazard to keep putting the needs of the team ahead of his own personal glory after his starring role in the FA Cup semi-final win over Tottenham Hotspur. The Belgium international came off the bench to inspire the Blues to a 4-2 win over London rivals Spurs at
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Hollande ‘will vote Macron’, calls Le Pen ‘risk’ for France

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French President Francois Hollande on Monday endorsed pro-EU centrist Emmanuel Macron in May’s presidential run-off, citing “the risk for our country’s future” if Marine Le Pen won. In a televised statement, the Socialist leader said France risked “becoming isolated and breaking away from the European Union” if the far-right, anti-EU Le Pen were elected. Hollande
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Tsotsobe suspended from cricket

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Steve staring down barrel of unwanted reputation

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STEVE Komphela is closing in on the unwanted distinction of becoming the first Kaizer Chiefs coach in the PSL era to go two successive seasons without winning any silverware. Since the PSL was established in 1996, Chiefs, who have been known as the country’s cup kings, have not gone two season without winning a trophy
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‘A few dozen’ US troops deployed to Somalia: Pentagon

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The United States is deploying “a few dozen” troops to Somalia to assist the national army and conduct unspecified security operations, a US military spokeswoman said Saturday. The soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division, a light infantry unit trained for air assaults, will mainly train and equip Somalia’s army “to better fight Al-Shabab,” an Al-Qaeda
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Isco winner takes Ronaldo-less Real six points clear

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Isco struck at the death to send Real Madrid six points clear of Barcelona at the top of La Liga after twice coming from behind to beat Sporting Gijon 3-2 on Saturday. Madrid can all but secure a first league title in five years with victory when they host Barca next weekend. But not for
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France’s Le Pen accuses rival Macron of being soft on Islamists

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French far-right leader Marine Le Pen on Saturday accused her main rival for president, centrist Emmanuel Macron, of being soft on Islamists, in a blistering attack eight days before the vote. Le Pen pounced on remarks by Macron defending one of his top campaigners in the gritty suburbs north of Paris whom the far-right has
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Death toll in bomb attack on Syria evacuees hits 43: monitor

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At least 43 people were killed Saturday in a suicide car bomb attack on buses carrying Syrians evacuated from two besieged government-held towns, a monitor said in an updated toll. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said most of the dead were evacuees, but they also included several rebels who had been guarding the buses
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Kane matches Greaves after hitting 20-goal mark again

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Harry Kane became the first Tottenham Hotspur player since the great Jimmy Greaves to hit 20 goals in three successive top-flight seasons after netting in the 4-0 Premier League defeat of Bournemouth on Saturday. Homegrown Kane slotted his 20th of the season just after halftime — his sixth goal in his last four league games
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