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RAY KENNEDY / ARSENAL

Liverpool and Arsenal legend Ray Kennedy dies aged 70

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His second season with the club ended in First Division and UEFA Cup triumph and, over the next five campaigns, Kennedy would miss just five league matches as three more top-flight titles followed »more

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ENGLAND
Colin Cowherd: The New England Patriots are the best team in the AFC I THE HERD  

Ashes 2021: England's Jack Leach eyes playing XI spot with Ben Stokes return

England spinner Jack Leach shares his view on the return of all-rounder Ben Stokes for the Ashes 2021 and the balance in the squad Stokes brings with his return.
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KL RAHUL

IPL 2022: PBKS reacts on KL Rahul being approached by Lucknow franchise, terms it ‘unethical’

Rahul had replaced R Ashwin as captain ahead of the 2020 season and though he did excel with the bat, he failed to take the team to play-offs. He is now linked to the new franchise Lucknow and it has been reported that he is set to lead the team owned by the RPSG Group.
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ROYAL CHALLENGERS BANGALORE

IPL 2022 Retention: Virat Kohli didn’t have any ‘second thoughts’ on staying with Royal Challengers Bangalore, Watch

Midway through the IPL 2021 season, Virat Kohli had announced that he would not be leading Royal Challengers Bangalore from 2022 onwards. 
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RASHID

'Worst-ever release': Fans react on Twitter after Rashid Khan is released by SRH

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) dropped a bomb on Tuesday (30 November) when they announced the list of retained players. 
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ALEX CAREY
Ashes 2021: Cameron Green welcomes Tim Paine's replacement Alex Carey into team
Australia's Alex Carey is likely to replace former captain and wicket-keeper Tim Paine for the first Test at Gabba. All-rounder Cameron Green shares his views on new Australia wicket-keeper for the Ashes 2021.
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TIGER WOODS
Need to pick and choose events now: Tiger Woods
The 15-time major winner told Golf Digest in an interview published on Monday that although he is confident of eventually making a return to the sport, he expected he would only play select tournaments from now on
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