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Tottenham seal £100m shirt sponsorship

Tottenham seal £100m shirt sponsorship

The agreement with AIA is thought to be worth about £20m a year over five years, and will see the insurance company become the club’s shirt sponsors in all competitions from the start of next season. AIA appears on Tottenham’s shirts in cup competitions and they will replace HP in the Premier League in the…

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MLS-bound Jermain Defoe still has England future

MLS-bound Jermain Defoe still has England future

The 31-year-old will leave Tottenham to join Toronto FC at the end of the month and given the drop in standard compared to the Premier League, it was suggested that Defoe may struggle to retain his place in Hodgson’s squad. However, the England manager said: “He will be playing but he will be playing in…

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Andy Murray claims routine win in Rotterdam

Andy Murray claims routine win in Rotterdam

The Scot won 6-3 6-3 in an hour and a half at the Ahoy venue where he is attempting to be champion for a second time, having beaten Rafael Nadal in the 2009 final. It was not a classic performance from Murray, who entered the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament on a late wild card,…

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Arsenal fan kills Liverpool supporter after 5-1 thrashing

Arsenal fan kills Liverpool supporter after 5-1 thrashing

Liverpool overran the Gunners, racing into a 4-0 lead inside 20 minutes at Anfield. Tom Odera, police chief in the north eastern region of Meru, said “the assailant and the deceased had a bitter argument over the match”. “The assailant, David Mwangi, drew out a knife and stabbed Anthony Mutethia,” Odera said. Kenyans, like most…

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