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Pep Guardiola to give Manchester City squad time off | Football News

Pep Guardiola to give Manchester City squad time off | Football News

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Last Updated: 13/01/20 3:56pm Manchester City's players will have the benefit of a 13-day break between games next month Manchester City will not be going on a warm-weather training camp during the forthcoming Premier League winter break. Pep Guardiola will instead give his players some extra time off during the 13-day break between matches next month.City play West Ham on February 9 with their next game 13 days later, at Leicester City, before a Champions League meeting with Real Madrid the week after. Sev...
Lamine Diack: Disgraced former IAAF chief’s trial adjourned | Athletics News

Lamine Diack: Disgraced former IAAF chief’s trial adjourned | Athletics News

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The 86-year-old Senegalese denies any wrongdoing regarding the allegations against him By Reuters Last Updated: 13/01/20 4:48pm Diack was president of the IAAF from 1999 until 2015 The trial of Lamine Diack, the disgraced former head of athletics' governing body IAAF, who faces charges of corruption and money laundering linked to a Russian doping scandal, was adjourned in Paris on Monday. Less than an hour after the hearing began, the trial was halted for proced...
Tottenham’s Jack Clarke closing in on loan move to QPR | Football News

Tottenham’s Jack Clarke closing in on loan move to QPR | Football News

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Watch QPR vs Leeds live on Sky Sports Football on Saturday from 12pm; kick-off 12.30pm By Lyall Thomas Last Updated: 13/01/20 4:39pm QPR are close to agreeing a deal to sign Tottenham winger Jack Clarke on loan. The 19-year-old's preference is understood to be to join up with Mark Warburton's side along with Spurs team-mate Luke Amos, who is already on loan at Loftus Road.
Gary Moore’s Goshen gets Ascot option | Racing News

Gary Moore’s Goshen gets Ascot option | Racing News

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Last Updated: 13/01/20 4:35pm Goshen ridden by Jamie Moore heads out to the track at Sandown Gary Moore has given his exciting juvenile Goshen an entry at Ascot this weekend, after his initial plan to run at Huntingdon was foiled by the weather. Goshen has won his two races over timber to date by an aggregate of 57 lengths, and is as low as 7-1 for the Triumph Hurdle.With the floods at Huntingdon scuppering plans to run in last Friday's Chatteris Fen, Moore will consider Saturday's Ascot IJF Ambassador Program...