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Mourinho Calls For NFL-Style Timeouts

JOSE MOURINHO had has called on the International Football Association Board, world football’s rule maker, to allow managers an NFL-style ‘timeout’ in each half to coach their players.

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Analyzing Brock Lesnar And WWE's History Of Young Champions

WHEN a 37-year-old Brock Lesnar won the WWE World Heavyweight Title from John Cena in a one-sided affair at SummerSlam, it capped a triumphant return-to-form for Brock Lesnar. As a young phenom, Lesnar won his first WWE Championship at the tender age of 25. After spending many years away from WWE competition, Brock's latest run is further proof that he truly was the "next big thing."

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Di Maria Says His Goodbyes In Madrid

Angel Di MariaANGEL DI MARIA has bid farewell to his Real Madrid team-mates as a possible move to Manchester United moves closer.

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United Start ‘Not Good Enough’, Says Van Gaal

Van Gaal (right) shakes hands with Robin Van Persie after substituting him during their match against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light, August 24, 2014/Pic:ReutersSUNDERLAND: Louis van Gaal has demanded an immediate improvement from Manchester United after admitting their start to the season has not been good enough.

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Man United Held By Sunderland, As Van Gaal Waits For First League Win

Manchester United’s Juan Mata (centre) scores a goal against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland, August 24, 2014/Pic:ReutersLONDON: Manchester United secured their first Premier League point under Louis van Gaal, but were still left searching for a first competitive win of the Dutchman's reign, after a 1-1 draw away to Sunderland yesterday.

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Djokovic, Sharapova, Set To Shine In US Open

Serbian star Djokovic will play 79th-ranked Argentinian Diego Schwartzman under the lights on Arthur Ashe Stadium court/Pic:ReutersNEW YORK: World number one Novak Djokovic, seeking to consolidate his Wimbledon win, is one of four former champions in action today on the first day of the US Open.

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Hamilton: Rosberg Admitted Deliberate Crash ‘To Prove A Point’

Rosberg and team mate Hamilton (right) walk next to each other after the qualifying session at the Belgian F1 Grand Prix in Spa-Francorchamps August 23, 2014/Pic:ReutersSPA: Nico Rosberg apparently admitted deliberately crashing into Mercedes team-mate and world championship rival Lewis Hamilton in yesterday's Belgian Grand Prix, according to the 29-year-old British driver.

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Ancelotti: We Didn't Need Di Maria

Angel Di MariaREAL MADRID boss Carlo Ancelotti insists that his side did not miss Angel Di Maria in Friday's Supercopa loss to Atletico Madrid.

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Atlético’s Mario Mandzukic Inspires Super Cup Win Over Real Madrid

Mario Mandzukic celebrates his goal -pic ReutersNOTHING will ever make up for Lisbon but at least Atlético Madrid know that the cruelty did not sink them. The European Cup finalists met again and the celebrations in Madrid were red and white. Under Diego Simeone Atlético have won the Europa League, the Copa del Rey, the league, the European Super Cup and now the Spanish Super Cup. A 1-0 win gave them a 2-1 aggregate victory. Mario Mandzukic scored the goal in the second minute; it had been a long wait but this time there was no late, late equaliser.

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Bayern Enjoy Winning Start

Arjen Robben celebrates his goal against Wolfsburg -pic ReutersBERLIN: Reigning German champions Bayern Munich got the new Bundesliga season off to a perfect start with a dramatic 2-1 win over VfL Wolfsburg on Friday.

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