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But this year they'll have even more assistance in the form of the 10,000 Super Bowl 52 volunteers; all of them are being trained by a non-profit group that specializes in terror prevention training. More than 2,000 police officers will have it on their phones. Liz Paetow, another volunteer, said it's just a reality of the era we live in and said she doesn't plan to let the warnings about security affect her enjoyment of the week's festivities.
  • Ronaldo to Man Utd talk prompts reluctant Mourinho response

    Ronaldo to Man Utd talk prompts reluctant Mourinho response

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    Now, if Real Madrid fail to achieve positive results in the last three games before the opening Champions League clash, Florentino may decide to sack Zidane hoping for the team and the new manager turn things around against Psg . It's going really well [in Paris], I'm really happy here and motivated. "United and Arsenal made a fantastic deal", Mourinho said. "It will be hard in LaLiga, but we can't give up, even if we have dropped many points since the start of the season".
  • Vince McMahon Teases Major Sporting Announcement For 8pm Tonight

    Vince McMahon Teases Major Sporting Announcement For 8pm Tonight

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    Per CBS Sports , the league is expected to begin play in 2020. McMahon said the XFL , which originally launched in 2001 and lasted only one season, will kick off with eight teams and play a "shorter, faster-paced, family-friendly and easier to understand" brand of the game during the NFL's offseason.
  • Chung sets up semis clash with Federer

    Chung sets up semis clash with Federer

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    Federer is likely to play aggressively and try to wrap up the match as fast as possible, while Chung will try to outlast his opponent. "I think that played a factor in it as well". "I'm looking forward to play against him". Those are two major aspects to the game. "They [Edmund and Chung] have got to make a move", said Federer , 36, who wrote to long-term rival Rafael Nadal on Tuesday after the Spaniard was forced to retire with a hip problem early in the fifth set of his quarter-final ...
  • Vladimir Guerrero will be the first into Cooperstown as an Angel

    Vladimir Guerrero will be the first into Cooperstown as an Angel

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    Guerrero was an eight-time victor of the Silver Slugger Award, seven times as a right-fielder and once as a designated hitter. Guerrero's choice - which, unlike Ryan's, required and received approval of the Hall of Fame - may still bug some folks in that he played far more games and had greater success with the Expos than with the Angels.
  • Eagles' top 5 plays on way to Super Bowl 52

    Eagles' top 5 plays on way to Super Bowl 52

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    The Eagles offense was able to get the ball down the field and added three points right before the half. It opened up a second chance for Nick Foles , who has had a winding road to become Super Bowl Starting Quarterback Nick Foles. Jay Ajayi had a 71-yard touchdown run, and Nelson Agholor had a 72-yard touchdown catch. Ajayi, who ran for more than 1,000 yards with the Dolphins past year, was traded to Philly in October and had an impressive 5.8 yards per carry while sharing the ...
  • Mario undergoing medical, confirms Moyes

    Mario undergoing medical, confirms Moyes

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    Mario has given his approval to a move to West Ham and he will arrive in London later today to complete his switch to the east London club. According to Sky sources, the Portugal worldwide will arrive at the London Stadium temporarily this month with the view of making the transfer permanent in the summer for around £26 million.
  • Ferguson stands by Board of Trustees support for MSU President

    Ferguson stands by Board of Trustees support for MSU President

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    It starts with Simon mentioning her own anguish along with that of the victims: "The past year and a half has been very hard for the victims of Larry Nassar , for the university community, and for me personally". The accusers, many of whom were children, said they trusted Nassar to care for them properly, were in denial about what was happening or were afraid to speak up.
  • Tottenham eye PSG's Lucas Moura but January deal unlikely

    Tottenham eye PSG's Lucas Moura but January deal unlikely

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    Tottenham are said to have "very seriously returned" in what is dubbed "Operation Lucas". "Always it's hard, the transfer window, because it's only three and a half months of the competition [left] - February, March, April and 15 or 20 days in May".
  • Zinedine Zidane makes a shocking claim after Copa Del Rey defeat

    Zinedine Zidane makes a shocking claim after Copa Del Rey defeat

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    Describing the Copa del Rey exit as " the most ridiculous night of Zidane's Real Madrid reign ", the paper's writers weren't holding back in their appraisal of the head coach. "I am responsible for this". "Winning 1-0 there and taking on the return game as we began it today, I am angry at that and do not understand it".
  • Mickey Loomis 'not anticipating any big issues' with Drew Brees contract negotiations

    Mickey Loomis 'not anticipating any big issues' with Drew Brees contract negotiations

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    While his passes don't have the same velocity that they used to and he missed some throws this year that he normally makes in his sleep, Brees is still better than most quarterbacks in the NFL. Brees also has a number of National Football League records to his name, but the most significant one he has at the moment is that he has gone the most consecutive games with a touchdown pass with 54.
  • New Man United signing sends message to Arsenal fans

    New Man United signing sends message to Arsenal fans

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    An inquiry was under way into a potential breach of the Football Association's whereabouts regulations with regard to the 29-year-old not being present for Monday's (Tuesday NZT) no-notice call, which took place 24 hours before United officially announced his transfer.
  • Sri Lanka bring in Gunathilaka, Chameera for must-win game

    Sri Lanka bring in Gunathilaka, Chameera for must-win game

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    Bangladesh won the toss once again and opted to bat as the pitch in Dhaka has continued to deteriorate as it was hosting the 6th match in nearly 10 days. The openers Danushka Gunathilaka and Upul Tharanga looked in no trouble ever since they played their first ball. Also, the score was too low for them to try anything different.
  • Bettor makes multimillion-dollar wager on Eagles in Las Vegas

    Bettor makes multimillion-dollar wager on Eagles in Las Vegas

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    According to ESPN , million-dollar bets on Super Bowls aren't uncommon, but the one or two each year typically are made closer to game day. However, that all changed on Wednesday, when somebody placed a multimillion-dollar wager on the Eagles at the MGM Sportsbook in Las Vegas .
  • Baker Mayfield focused on changing perceptions at Senior Bowl

    Baker Mayfield focused on changing perceptions at Senior Bowl

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    Good players figure it out. - Dolphins GM Chris Grier said one of the benefits of the Senior Bowl are the interviews teams conduct with prospects. They were easily stood up at the point of attack, which made the day of Poona Ford that much better. Or are they going to take a chance on one of these young quarterbacks in the draft.
  • Arsenal unveil blockchain partner in industry first

    Arsenal unveil blockchain partner in industry first

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    This method of investment allows for the rapid accrual of starter funds, as well as generating interest in the new cryptocurrency and the gaming system it will be supporting. Integrating blockchain into the CashBet platform will open new markets by "democratizing access" for a new group of users now underserved by the banks, he continued.
  • Sandgren falls in Australian Open quarterfinals

    Sandgren falls in Australian Open quarterfinals

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    Chung also capitalised on the break points and in the second set, he held his nerve to take a two-set lead. It ended minutes later when Djokovic hit a backhand wide. The Swiss great must first get past the tricky Berdych. "We have a lot of really good players coming up". "It's frustrating, of course, when you have that much time and you don't heal properly".
  • Kyrie Irving threatened surgery if Cavs didn't trade him

    Kyrie Irving threatened surgery if Cavs didn't trade him

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    Irving needed minor knee surgery as a follow-up to the procedure dating back to the 2015 NBA Finals to fix a broken knee cap. This, of course, would have left the Cavs without a starting point guard, and may have convinced the organization that their rocky relationship with Irving was no longer salvageable.
  • Donald Trump keen to be questioned 'below oath' in Russian Federation probe

    Donald Trump keen to be questioned 'below oath' in Russian Federation probe

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    The interview request suggests that Mueller is proceeding in classic fashion, working his way from the broadest point of the investigation to the key figure, with Trump at the tip of the triangle. He likely also has a large quantity of evidence from other sources, including interviews, emails and other testimony and doubtlessly already knows the answer to numerous questions he will pose to Trump, putting the President on thin ice if he is not completely truthful.