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Botswana wins big at world Karate & Kobudo tournament in Spain

Botswana’s Karate team has continued the country’s winning streak at the inter-continental level in Spain where it won nine medals in a day at the 8th Hayashi-Ha International Championship. They won two Gold, four Silver and three Bronze last weekend on the first day of the two-day Karate & Kobudo …

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Diego Costa, Banished From Training By Manager, Antonio Conte, And Won’t Play For Chelsea Again

Chelsea’s ‘king of trouble’ and ‘bad boy’, Diego Costa has been banished from first team training by manager Antonio Conte and has been told by the club’s management that he won’t play for Chelsea again. Costa told the club he wanted to leave three times in the last ten months- The …

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CAF to consider opening up AFCON to non-African teams to boost revenue

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) will consider a proposal to open up its main competition – The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) – to other continents in order to increase revenue and attract new partners. This was recommended by CAF’s Marketing and TV team on Wednesday at the two-day African …

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Ex-Arsenal Player Christian Toonga Bags Nearly 3 Years In Jail For Drug Dealings

British professional footballer and former Arsenal youth player, Christian Toonga, has been jailed for two and a half years for playing a significant role in selling heroin and cocaine for a gang of drug dealers. The 19-year-old footballer who was arrested at a property in Sherborne, Wiltshire, last year, claimed …

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Spanish Football Federation President detained over alleged corruption

The president of the Spanish Football Federation, Angel Maria Villar, was detained by police Tuesday as part of a corruption probe, a judicial source said. Villar, 67, a former Spanish international footballer, was being held on suspicion of abusing his position to embezzle funds from the federation, among other charges, …

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Tennis Legend, Boris Becker Goes Bankrupt After Losing £100m in Nigerian Oil Investments

Wimbledon legend Boris Becker lost a huge part of his £100million fortune in dubious investments in Nigerian oil firms. German news magazine Der Spiegel, while citing documents from soccer whistleblowing platform Football Leaks, Der Spiegel, said Becker struck the deal in 2013, which contributed to his recent bankruptcy. The magazine …

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