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Michael Olunga strikes as Harambee Stars sink DRC: DRC 0-1 Kenya

Kenya put up a spirited fight to upset Democratic of Congo (DRC) 1-0 in an international friendly in Kinshasa. The win is Harambee’s first away win under Stanley Okumbi. Going by the latest Fifa Rankings and previous displays, Kenya went to the match as underdogs but Michael Olunga’s well taken goal in …

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Poor Marketing and Venue roots low fan turnout at Kasarani

Its no-brainer figuring this year’s Safari Sevens tournament missed the fans. The event was poorly attended, the worst in the last 4-5 years. With the digital market congestion and number of major events growing per weekend, No event can risk poor advertising doesn’t matter your previous turnout or tournament’s popularity. …

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FIFA to stop awarding the Ballon D’or

Fifa has ended its association with the Ballon d’Or award for the world’s best player. The award has been given by France Football every year since 1956, but for the past six years it became the Fifa Ballon d’Or in association with world football’s governing body. The FIFA Ballon d’Or …

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Diego Simeone to leave Atletico Madrid for a shocking preferred destination

Premier League suitors will struggle to land the hugely successful Diego Simeone because he sees Italy as his next destination as he looks set to leave Atletico Madrid at the end of next season. A number of Spanish media reported on Thursday that Simeone had taken the extraordinary step of …

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Transfer Deadline Day: Chelsea, Spurs, Juventus, Arsenal, Man-Untd… See how all the deals happened!

Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho, 26, has annoyed manager Jurgen Klopp after failing to find another club. Klopp wanted Sakho to prove himself elsewhere but the player turned down approaches from Stoke, West Brom and Besiktas. (Daily Mirror) Daniel Sturridge’s representatives approached Arsenal about a late loan deal for the striker, but …

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Thierry Henry named as Belgium assistant coach Under Roberto Martinez

New Belgium boss Roberto Martinez has made a shock signing by naming Arsenal legend Thierry Henry on his coaching team. Henry will take up his first senior coaching role after previously learning his trade at the Gunners. The Frenchman coached Arsenal’s Under 18 team before he was forced to leave …

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Usain Bolt’s 200m gold medal edges the Jamaican closer to the extraordinary ‘triple triple’ at #Rio2016

Usain Bolt threw his arm to the ground in disgust after winning 200m gold in 19.78sec, in a rare public demonstration of how seriously he takes his work despite the joviality. He had just become the first man in history to win both 100m and 200m titles at three consecutive …

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A marriage proposal at the Olympics medal ceremony #Rio2016

China’s He Zi received the shock of her life when teammate and boyfriend Qin Kai rushed up with a diamond ring during the medal ceremony of the women’s 3 metre springboard event, marking the second marriage proposal of the Olympics. Qin, who won a bronze medal in his own synchronized …

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Arsenal legend Thierry Henry worried by Gunners’ lack of spending

Thierry Henry says he finds it hard to understand Arsenal’s failure to compete in the transfer market and fears the very best players may no longer want to join the club. Arsenal lost their opening Premier League fixture 4-3 at home to Liverpool on Sunday, with Arsene Wenger missing several players through …

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Full Premier League Boxing Day fixtures Matchweek 18

Dates, kick-off times and full Premier League match schedule for the 2016/17 season: 26 December 2016 (Match week 18) Boxing Day exciting fixtures. Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion Burnley v Middlesbrough Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth Hull City v Manchester City Leicester City v Everton Liverpool v Stoke City Manchester United v Sunderland Southampton …

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