05 October 2015

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Boxing: Japan’s Yamanaka defends WBA title with crushing KO

TOKYO:  Japan’s Shinsuke Yamanaka successfully defended his World Boxing Council bantamweight title for the eighth time on Thursday with a ferocious seventh-round knockout of Argentine Diego Santillan.The 32-year-old Yamanaka uncoiled a venomous left to send the South American sprawling 36 seconds into the seventh in Osaka, having softened the challenger up in the previous rounds in a one-sided bout.Santillan, five years the champion’s junior, was bloodied and bruised well before

Juve join bidding war for Palemo's Dybala: report

MILAN  A bidding war to sign Argentinian sensation Paulo Dybala could be imminent with reports claiming Juventus are to meet with Palermo again in a bid to lure the striker to Turin.Dybala has been Palermo s star performer this season, hitting 13 league goals so far to sit only four behind Serie A s top scorer, compatriot Carlos Tevez, who plays for Juventus.Earlier this season Zamparini slapped a 40m euros ($43m) price tag on the 21-year-old Dybala. The outspoken Italian businessman hinted in a report by Tuttosport

Football: Rodgers vows to talk to Sterling about behaviour

LIVERPOOL Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admitted he will talk to Raheem Sterling about his responsibilities as a professional footballer after a video emerged of the player apparently inhaling nitrous oxide.The Sun newspaper published a clip of England international Sterling supposedly taking the legal high -- commonly known as laughing gas -- on their website during Liverpool s 2-0 win over Newcastle United.Sterling, who scored in the win over Newcastle which helped

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