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City bank on attack to end Chelsea run - Guardiola
City bank on attack to end Chelsea run - Guardiola
Premier League

Manchester City will bank on their attacking instincts to beat Premier League leaders Chelsea when the teams clash at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.

3 hours ago
Senatla confirms Stormers date in Super Rugby
Senatla confirms Stormers date in Super Rugby
Rugby

Blitzbok star and World Sevens Player of the Year Seabelo Senatla has confirmed that he will be joining the Stormers in Super Rugby in the new year.

3 hours ago
Adidas ends IAAF sponsorship deal
Adidas ends IAAF sponsorship deal
Athletics

German sportswear giant Adidas has ended its sponsorship agreement with the International Association of Athletics Federations(IAAF) ...

3 hours ago
Cazorla injury will not force Wenger to panic buy
Cazorla injury will not force Wenger to panic buy
Premier League

Arsene Wenger will not seek reinforcements in Arsenal's midfield after playmaker Santi Cazorla was ruled out for three months with an ankle problem.

4h
Blitzboks hold off USA for perfect Dubai start
Blitzboks hold off USA for perfect Dubai start
Rugby

It was much harder than they would've banked on, but the Blitzboks pulled through in the end to remain unbeaten in Pool B ...

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PICS: Wayde Van Niekerk, SA’s golden boy
PICS: Wayde Van Niekerk, SA’s golden boy
Athletics

The glittering IAAF World Athlete of the Year awards take place in Monaco Friday evening, and for the first time in a while, ...

6h
Woods may take time to settle - Poulter
Woods may take time to settle - Poulter
Golf

Ian Poulter warmly welcomed Tiger Woods back after 16 months out through injury - but cautioned it could take time for him to settle back in.

6h
Mbalula in Spain to strengthen ties with La Liga
Mbalula in Spain to strengthen ties with La Liga
Soccer

Minister of Sport Fikile Mbalula is currently on a working visit to Barcelona, Spain, in a bid to solidify relations between ...

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Date set for Blatter’s appeal verdict
Date set for Blatter’s appeal verdict
Sport

Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter will discover on Monday whether he has won his appeal against a six-year ban from football.