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    04 Aug 2015 Tue

    Mihajlovic sets top-three target for Milan

    Sinisa Mihajlovic has set AC Milan a top-three finish as the target for his first season in charge of the seven-times European champions. The Serbian coach, who resurrected Sampdoria during one-and-a-half seasons with the Genoa club in his previous job, became Milan's fourth coach in just over 18 months when he took over last month. Milan have had a miserable past two seasons, missing out on European football both times, and the club leadership has looked rudderless. "Our goal is to finish inside the top three in Italy, we know it will be difficult, that all the other teams have strengthened their squads but we have also built a strong team," he told reporters in Munich where his side face Bayern Munich on Tuesday in a pre-season tournament.

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    04 Aug 2015 Tue

    Juventus's new signing Khedira ruled out for two months

    Juventus's new signing Sami Khedira will miss the first two months of the season with a thigh injury, the Serie A champions said on Monday.

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    04 Aug 2015 Tue

    Swimming: Schooling shaves Asian record in world 50m butterfly event

    Singapore's swim star Joseph Schooling managed to re-write his Asian record in the men's 50 metre butterfly event at the FINA World Championships in 2015 on Monday.

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    04 Aug 2015 Tue

    Doping claims will harm reputations and earnings - Kenya's Kipchoge

    London Marathon winner Eliud Kipchoge fears the reputation and earnings of Kenyan runners will be hit by fresh doping claims in the media, including allegations former Olympic medal winners had suspect blood readings.

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    04 Aug 2015 Tue

    Hosszu retains 200 metres IM title as records tumble

    Hungary's Katinka Hosszu underlined her status as the leading all-round swimmer with a world record in the women's 200 metres individual medley at the world championships on Monday.

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    04 Aug 2015 Tue

    Swimming: Shocked Ledecky breaks own world 1,500m record

    Katie Ledecky of the United States admitted she was shocked after breaking her own 1,500m freestyle record in the heats of the world swimming championships in Kazan on Monday.

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    04 Aug 2015 Tue

    Swimming: France's Manaudou wins men's 50m butterfly world title

    France's Florent Manaudou won the men's 50m butterfly title at the world swimming championships on Monday to claim his second gold in Kazan.

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    03 Aug 2015 Mon

    West Ham's Valencia out for up to 12 weeks

    West Ham United's Ecuadorian international Enner Valencia will be missing for up to 12 weeks at the start of the new season with a leg injury, the club said on Monday.

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    03 Aug 2015 Mon

    Rio water quality on agenda as IOC leaves for Brazil

    The water quality for competitors at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics will be on the agenda when the International Olympic Committee travels to Brazil for talks this week, IOC President Thomas Bach said on Monday.

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    03 Aug 2015 Mon

    Wickham joins Palace from Sunderland

    England Under-21 international striker Connor Wickham has joined Crystal Palace from Sunderland, the London club announced on Monday.