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CIMB Classic: Lee Westwood’s Hole-In-One Keeps Him In The Game

Lee Westwood’s seven-under-par 65 brought the former world number one to within just three shots of leader Billy Hurley III at the halfway stage of the CIMB Classic in Malaysia. — Reuters pic KUALA LUMPUR: Lee Westwood conjured the shot of the day with a hole-in-one on a 225-yard par 3 to jump into contention at the halfway stage of the CIMB Classic in Malaysia today.

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Dortmund Determined To Bounce Back At Bayern

Pic: NSTBERLIN: Germany international Kevin Grosskreutz insists Borussia Dortmund can bounce back from their Bundesliga nightmare – starting with Saturday’s clash at league leaders Bayern Munich.

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After Cardiff, Vincent Tan Now Investing In New Los Angeles Football Club

Cardiff City’s owner Vincent Tan sits in the stands before their English Premier League match against Liverpool at Anfield in Liverpool, in this December 21, 2013 file picture. Vincent is one of the investors in US Major League Soccer’s new Los Angeles club. — Reuters pic LOS ANGELES: Major League Soccer’s new Los Angeles club will enter the league in 2017 with the backing of an international fleet of high-profile owners.

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Gerrard: I'll LEAVE For Another Club In Summer If Liverpool Fail To Offer New Deal

THE Reds captain, who joined the Liverpool Academy at the age of nine and is approaching 700 appearances in all competitions, is out of contract at the end of the current season.

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The WWE Gets Ready To Crumble

SHARES of WWE got powerslammed Thursday after Vince McMahon’s entertainment empire reported anemic subscription growth for its over-the-top network.

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Joe Hart Insists There Is No Need To Panic On Form

Joe Hart believes the team can do better    -Getty ImagesJOE HART believes there is no need to panic at Manchester City after their winless run was extended to three matches with defeat to Newcastle in the Capital One Cup. The 2-0 home loss was the most disappointing in a run of results for Manuel Pellegrini’s side that began with a 2-2 Champions League draw against CSKA Moscow in Russia before a 2-1 defeat at West Ham.

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Button Is A Wanted Man, Says His Manager

Jenson Button  prepares to put on his helmet during the Japanese F1 GP    -Reuters picJENSON BUTTON is a wanted man, even if McLaren ultimately decide they do not want to retain the 2009 Formula One world champion for next season.

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Controversial Batsman Ryder Gets World Cup Lifeline

Jesse Ryder L reacts after being hit by a ball from Morne Morkel R in Wellington    -Reuters picAGGRESSIVE top-order batsman Jesse Ryder was passionate about rekindling his international career after he was thrown a World Cup lifeline by being named in a New Zealand 'A' team for one-day matches in the United Arab Emirates next month.

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England FA Has Made £350,000 In Twitter Fines Since 2011

Ashley Cole was fined for calling the FA a "bunch of twats" on Twitter.   -Action ImagesIT is the fundamental rule of Twitter: Think Before You Tweet. Yet scores of people in football, ranging from global superstars to non-league officials, have broken it after they have felt the red mist descend. The consequences have included the placement of further pressure on the Football Association’s compliance unit and the realisation that an ill-advised click of a button can prove damaging and rather expensive.

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Formula One Urged To Cut Costs As Teams Fail

Mercedes Formula One driver Nico Rosberg of Germany leads next to Lewis Hamilton after the start of the first Russian Grand Prix in Sochi  -Reuters picSAUBER principal Monisha Kaltenborn has urged Formula One's decision makers to act in the sport's best interests and tackle a looming crisis after two teams went into administration in the space of a week.

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