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Tottenham striker Harry Kane has seen his remarkable run of form throughout September recognised with the Premier League Player of the Month award. Tottenham have had to find a balance between their ambition and the ongoing development on their new 61,000-seater stadium, with the new project is now estimated to cost the club £800m .
  • Canada home prices see biggest decline in seven years as Toronto falls

    Canada home prices see biggest decline in seven years as Toronto falls

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    Soper said the market correction in Toronto will be much shorter than the one seen in the Greater Vancouver Area in 2016. Canadian home prices fell in September, making for the biggest decline in seven years as the city of Toronto was knocked lower by provincial government moves to cool the market, data showed on Thursday.
  • Calipari says United Kingdom has not been contacted by NCAA about FBI investigation

    Calipari says United Kingdom has not been contacted by NCAA about FBI investigation

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    Tipton's question came after Calipari already had emphasized that he'd rather talk about his program than the investigation, or the fallout at other programs, specifically that of Louisville. As we approach the 2017-18 college basketball season, the media will have more access to coaches and will begin asking questions about it. Regarding Pitino, his longtime rival, Calipari wouldn't say much: "It's unfortunate, all the stuff that's come down".
  • GM Tells Unifor Equinox Going to Mexico if Strike Doesn't End

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    About 2,800 Cami Unifor workers in Ingersoll have been on strike for three weeks. A GM official with knowledge of the bargaining says they're still talking but are at impasse over job security. The CAMI plant is the only GM plant in Canada covered by the Unifor agreement, meaning there is a scale factor in their negotiating tactics. GM already has the ability to produce the Equinox at two of its Mexico assembly plants, which is exactly what the company is threatening to do if Unifor ...
  • Australian Smith leads by one at CIMB Classic

    Australian Smith leads by one at CIMB Classic

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    Cameron Smith of Australia set the pace with a bogey-free eight-under 64, while Keegan Bradley , Xander Schauffele and Poom Saksansin of Thailand stood a stroke off. Justin Thomas shot a two-under 70 in Round 1 at the CIMB Classic. He successfully defended it previous year, and has had a transformative 2017 in which he's won five titles and his first major, the U.S.
  • Ireland likely to play first Test against Pakistan

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    The exact date and venue for the match - agreed during an ICC meeting in Auckland, New Zealand, this week - have yet to be confirmed. Cricket Ireland are hoping to persuade Pakistan to be its first opponents in the longest format of the game at Malahide next year.
  • Houston won 5 of 7 games vs. New York Yankees in 2017

    Houston won 5 of 7 games vs. New York Yankees in 2017

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    However, as it seemed like the Cubs would come away with game two as they had a 3-1 lead in the bottom of the eighth, Washington unraveled the faults in their bullpen as outfielder Bryce Harper crushed a towering two-run homer to tie the game, followed by first basemen Ryan Zimmerman hitting a go-ahead, three-run blast later to make it 6-3 Nationals, which would be the final score.
  • Ezekiel Elliott suspension reinstated after court ruling

    Ezekiel Elliott suspension reinstated after court ruling

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    The NFL's six-game suspension of Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott stemming from domestic violence allegations has been reinstated by a federal appeals court. Goodell suspended Elliott after a year-long investigation into domestic violence accusations made by his former girlfriend, Tiffany Thompson. Mazzant ruled that Elliott did not receive a fair appeal hearing before Henderson, in large part because Elliott's accuser and Goodell did not testify.
  • Pro sports teams were once reliable patrons of Trump's hotels. Not anymore

    Pro sports teams were once reliable patrons of Trump's hotels. Not anymore

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    His team quit using Trump SoHo in 2016. In all, The Post found that 17 teams from across the four major sports had stayed at Trump properties in recent years. National Basketball Association teams paid about $20,000 per night for rooms and food at hotels like Trump Soho, according to one team's estimate, the newspaper reports .
  • Arsenal boss Wenger loses rag with Merson

    Arsenal boss Wenger loses rag with Merson

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    When asked what his best achievement as a player was, Merson replied: "Winning the league at Portsmouth". Arsenal would be Premier League champions if Arsene Wenger had the tactical nous of former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp , according to Paul Merson .
  • Robbie Lawler vs. Rafael dos Anjos to headline UFC on FOX 26

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    This news was announced by the UFC on Thursday morning. After taking a break following that devastating knockout at the heavy hands of champion Tyron Woodley , Lawler returned by beating Donald Cerrone to a split decision in a hugely entertaining three-round war.
  • ATP Shanghai: Del Potro tops Zverev. Dimitrov beats Querrey to reach QF

    ATP Shanghai: Del Potro tops Zverev. Dimitrov beats Querrey to reach QF

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    The 6th seed Grigor Dimitrov never passed the second round here in Shanghai before and he is now the quarter-finalist, after a 6-3 7-6 triumph against Sam Querrey in 80 minutes. And then came the turning point as he yielded the crucial service break to go 3-2 down in the third set. A fan at least came away with a demolished racquet for a souvenir after the young German handed it to a spectator.
  • Kyrie Irving Rips Cleveland as a Sports City, Already Loves Boston

    Kyrie Irving Rips Cleveland as a Sports City, Already Loves Boston

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    Irving would go on to talk about the differences in culture and food and people - obvious facts. "You get it all, especially in Boston ", Irving said. " Boston , I'm driving in and (thinking), 'I'm really playing in a real, live sports city?' " Irving told reporters Wednesday, according to Rick Bonnell of The Charlotte Observer .
  • Swiss prosecutors have opened an investigate into PSG chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi

    Swiss prosecutors have opened an investigate into PSG chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi

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    The Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland previously revealed they were investigating Valcke for "various acts of criminal mismanagement" and have since confirmed the investigation. He became the chairman and chief executive officer of the French club, who broke the world transfer record to sign Neymar earlier this year, four months later.
  • Citigroup Initiates Coverage on Abeona Therapeutics (NASDAQ:ABEO). What May be Next?

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    The value of the total investment in Abeona Therapeutics Inc. went from $2,000 to $2,000 decreasing 0.0% quarter to quarter. Maxim Group maintained it with "Buy" rating and $35 target in Thursday, October 5 report. In the transaction dated January 26, 2015, the great number of shares acquired came courtesy the Director; Ahn Mark J added a total of 25,000 shares at an average price of $4, amounting to approximately $100,000.
  • Bengals' Tyler Eifert To Undergo Season-Ending Back Surgery

    Bengals' Tyler Eifert To Undergo Season-Ending Back Surgery

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    The former first-round pick out of Notre Dame earned Pro Bowl honors during the 2015 season when he caught 52 passes for 615 yards and scored a team-high 13 touchdowns. While injured players often progress to rehab work on the adjacent field during practice, Eifert has not been seen at practice at all since the second week of the season.
  • Shocking end for US World Cup bid a blow to Fox, sponsors

    Shocking end for US World Cup bid a blow to Fox, sponsors

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    Taylor Twellman feels there needs to be more accountability following the U.S.'s disappointing World Cup qualifying campaign. "The United States has been eliminated from World Cup 2018", Wahl wrote on Twitter . And the discussion after Brazil, Max, was 'Can we beat the Colombias and the Belgiums and the Argentinas of the world?' You kidding me? We can't beat Trinidad on a field that's too wet and too heavy? Twellman did not stop at blaming U.S.
  • Jamie Carragher's Premier League XI from the season so far

    Jamie Carragher's Premier League XI from the season so far

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    Not only do Alderweireld and Vertonghen play together in the Belgium back line, but they also played together at Ajax, with their partnership continuing to impress with Spurs . Left midfield: Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool)'It's a new position that he has been playing for Liverpool but he has been outstanding'. Henrikh Mkhitaryan's form since the start of the season, as well as Christian Eriksen's displays over the last year, would easily put them in contention for a place in anyone's ...
  • Wenger facing major injury headache ahead of Watford clash

    Wenger facing major injury headache ahead of Watford clash

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    Our lack of defensive experience could well pose as a problem however, with Calum Chambers, Rob Holding, Nacho Monreal, Maitland-Niles, Sead Kolasinac and Mo Elneny our only available stars for the three central roles and left-sided wing-back role.