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Ryan Lochte is one of the most successful swimmers in history, with 12 Olympic medalsTwelve-time Olympic medallist Ryan Lochte has been given a 14-month ban for a doping violation.The 33-year-old American has been sanctioned by the US Anti-Doping Agency for an intravenous infusion.While Lochte was not using a banned substance, athletes cannot usually receive IVs unless related to a hospitalisation or via an exemption.Lochte posted a photo of himself on social media receiving the IV which prompted an investigation. In 2016, Lochte was banned from the sport for 10 months after falsely claiming he was robbed at gunpoint during the Rio Olympic Games.Lochte, a six-time Olympic champion, said he and three team-mates were held up at a petrol station during a night out.But police questioned the account after CCTV footage showed the group had vandalised the petrol station.His latest ban runs until July 2019 having been backdated to 24 May, the date he received the prohibited i…
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Malcom set to undergo Roma medical after agreement reached with Bordeaux over transferWinger Malcom is set to become the latest summer addition made by AS RomaBordeaux revealed that they had reached an agreement with the GiallorossiReports claim deal is worth an initial €32million with a potential €4m in bonuses Roma have also provided confirmation subject to a medical and personal termsBy George Flood For Mailonline Published: 12:30 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 12:57 EDT, 23 July 2018 Everton appear to have missed out on the signing of Malcom after Bordeaux confirmed an agreement for AS Roma to recruit the Brazilian winger.Sky Italia earlier reported that a deal potentially rising to €36million (£32million) had been settled on by the two clubs, with Malcom expected to arrive in Rome on Monday evening.That was followed by a message from Bordeaux's official Twitter account which read: 'FC Girondins de Bordeaux informs you that an agreement has been reach…
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Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang recreates trademark celebration with flip into swimming pool in SingaporePierre-Emerick Aubameyang performs flip into swimming poolArsenal striker elected to cool off following intense training session   Aubameyang has looked sharp in pre-season as he gets ready for the campaign By Jeorge Bird For Mailonline Published: 12:13 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 12:51 EDT, 23 July 2018 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is used to performing a flip after scoring and he repeated the feat during the club's pre-season training camp in Singapore - but with a difference.Needing to cool off after another intense session under new head coach Unai Emery, Aubameyang performed a flip as he dived into the swimming pool.With his team-mate Henrikh Mkhitaryan watching on, Aubameyang performed the feat, which made for spectacular viewing. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang performs a flip dive into the swimming p…
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'Quite literally the one time we don't want a fox in the box': Leyton Orient ask fans if they could help by offering to walk their dogs at Brisbane Road after foxes were seen invading pitchLeyton Orient have asked supporters to help with the club's recent fox problem Foxes have recently been spotted invading the club's Brisbane Road pitch  Orient want fans to help by walking their dogs the stadium late at night The National League side host Ebbsfleet in their first home game this season By Tom Farmery For Mailonline Published: 12:36 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 12:36 EDT, 23 July 2018 Leyton Orient have made the rather bizarre move of calling on supporters to help with the club's recent problem of foxes invading the Brisbane Road pitch at night.The National League club have asked if any of their fans local to the ground can help by walking their dogs inside the stadium at night to keep the foxes away.In what may have seemed like a joke to some, Orie…
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German FA 'emphatically' reject Mesut Ozil's racism allegations as they pay tribute to him for his service following his international retirementThe German FA have strongly denied allegations of racism towards Mesut Ozil The midfielder claimed the governing body have 'disrespected his Turkish roots'Ozil announced his international retirement after this summer's World CupGermany's FA expressed regret over his decision and thanked him for his serviceBy Pa Reporter Published: 12:33 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 12:34 EDT, 23 July 2018 The German Football Association has expressed regret over Mesut Ozil's decision to retire from international football, but denied any allegations of racism towards the Arsenal midfielder.Ozil, 29, won the World Cup with Germany four years ago, but was also part of Joachim Low's squad which failed to progress from the group stages of the 2018 tournament in Russia.In a lengthy statement posted on Twitter on Sunday evening…
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'They blew us away with money': Motherwell's Stephen Robinson insists no hard feelings over Salford City transfer remarks which left Gary Neville furiousMotherwell's Stephen Robinson insists he has no problem with Salford CityHis comments regarding transfer business angered co-owner Gary NevilleNeville exchanged words with Accrington Stanley's Andy Holt earlier in the weekRobinson stated he was 'very supportive' of money boosting non-league clubsBy Kyle Mitcheison For Mailonline Published: 12:20 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 12:26 EDT, 23 July 2018 Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson insists he has no problem with Salford City despite angering their co-owner Gary Neville.Neville claimed Robinson lacked etiquette after the Well manager discussed non-league Salford's transfer business last week.Robinson said the fifth-tier club 'blew us away with money' when competing to sign a player, to which Neville reacted angrily on Twitter. …
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[unable to retrieve full-text content]England goalkeeping coach Martyn Margetson reveals the secrets behind their historic penalty shootout win.
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Andy Irving's Hearts contract had not been registered correctly when he played against Cove RangersHeart of Midlothian have been docked two points and fined £10,000 by the Scottish Professional Football League after fielding an ineligible player in their League Cup win over Cove Rangers.The match at Balmoral Stadium, home of the Highland League outfit, ended in a 2-1 Hearts victory.But the contract of Andrew Irving, 19, who came on in the 65th minute, had not been registered correctly.Of the £10,000 fine, £8,000 has been suspended until the end of next season.The penalty leaves Hearts with three points from their two group stage fixtures.Tynecastle manager Craig Levein said last week the Premiership club would "accept and deal with" any sanctions arising from Irving's non-registration.Hearts failed to reach the knockout rounds of last year's League Cup, spelling the end for Levein's predecessor, Ian Cathro.They are now three points adrift of Group C leaders Inve…
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'It's a French thing': Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford blasts Tour de France fans for spitting at Chris Froome and booing Geraint Thomas, saying they wouldn't like it if footballers had been abused at the World CupFroome has been targeted by several spectators in this years' edition of the raceHe was slapped and spat at by fans angry about his salbutamol case on ThursdayA lit flare was also thrown into the peloton of the Tour de France late on stage 13Brailsford suggested the abuse directed at his riders may be just 'a French thing' Fans voiced their anger at the dominance of Team Sky and controversial FroomeBy George Martin For Mailonline Published: 11:14 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 11:51 EDT, 23 July 2018 Dave Brailsford has hit out at Tour de France fans for spitting at Chris Froome and booing Geraint Thomas.The Team Sky boss said their behaviour must be 'a French cultural thing' as he tore into the spectators over their treatment of his riders.Chris Froome and Welshman…
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Mesut Ozil has been 's*** for years' and 'last won a tackle before the 2014 World Cup', blasts Bayern Munich president Uli HoenessMesut Ozil retired from international football with Germany on Sunday nightBayern Munich president Uli Hoeness thinks Ozil will not be a big missHoeness laid into Ozil's recent performances in an extraordinary attack Germany went out of the World Cup in the group stage as defending championsBy Jack Bezants for MailOnline Published: 04:30 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 11:22 EDT, 23 July 2018 Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has launched an astonishing attack on Mesut Ozil, saying the Arsenal playmaker has been 's*** for years' and 'last won a tackle before the 2014 World Cup.'Ozil announced his retirement from the international fold with Germany in an emotional and explosive statement published on social media late on Sunday. He cited 'racism and disrespect' as a reason for stepping aside, after receiving critici…
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