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Manchester City CEO: ban is less about justice, more about politics

Ferran Soriano has claimed Manchester City’s two-year Champions League ban is ‘less about justice and more about politics’. The chief executive is the first club figure to speak publicly since City were found to have seriously misled Uefa and broken financial fair play rules. The Premier League champions, who were also fined €30m (£25m), …

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Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury II: the rematch explained

Tyson Fury meets Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on Saturday in the hotly anticipated rematch between the two for the WBC heavyweight title. The meeting between two undefeated champions of boxing is a rare occasion. However, this event comes with extra gravitas. In their previous meeting two years ago, the …

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How Victoria's Secret Lost Its Grip | WSJ

Victoria’s Secret became a powerhouse lingerie retailer thanks to the vision of executives at its parent company. But amid changing consumer tastes, harassment accusations and ties to Jeffrey Epstein now under scrutiny, the once iconic brand’s stock has been tumbling and it has signaled it may be looking for a …

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Harry Gregg, Manchester United and Munich hero, dies aged 87

Manchester United and Northern Ireland great, Harry Gregg, has died aged 87. The goalkeeper was a hero of the Munich air disaster, in which 23 people died and 16 survived.  Gregg returned twice to the burning aircraft, rescuing United colleagues Bobby Charlton and Dennis Viollet. In 1957, Gregg became the …

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