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Brazilian football legend Pelé dies aged 82
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Have Arsenal done enough in transfer window?BBC Sport analyses whether Premier League leaders Arsenal have done enough in the January transfer window to win a first domestic title in 19 years.
Arsenal sign Jorginho from Chelsea in £12m dealArsenal sign Italy midfielder Jorginho in a £12m deal from Premier League rivals Chelsea.
Arsenal make second world-record bid for RussoArsenal increase the pressure on Manchester United to sell Alessia Russo by making a second world-record bid for the England international.
Arsenal midfielder Elneny out for 'extended period'Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny is ruled out for an "extended period" following surgery on a "significant" knee injury.
Cotter resigns as Fiji head coachVern Cotter resigns as Fiji head coach seven months before the World Cup.
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'Six Nations can copper-fasten Ireland confidence'Former Ireland head coach Eddie O'Sullivan believes a good Six Nations is important to give teams a "better state of mind" ahead of the World Cup.
Inspired India hammer England in T20 World Cup finalIndia win the U19 T20 World Cup, their first ever World Cup title, by seven wickets and with six overs to spare while England are bowled out for 68.
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