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Paris attacks: Tightened security for French sports
The Age
Almost all sport, professional and amateur, is starting up again, but one notable exception is the European Champions Cup rugby clash between Stade Francais and Munster, which was due to take place in Paris on Sunday. A decision was taken on Tuesday to ...
Preview: Bayern Munich's Preseason Starts with Telekom Cup
Bavarian Football Works
After months without action, Bayern Munich will finally get back into action as their preseason kicks into second gear. First up is the annual Telekom Cup, a brief tournament that gives Bayern and its fans a taste of what the 2015/16 season will look like.
Bayern Munich finish bottom of the Telekom Cup as they begin life without ...
Daily Mail
As Bayern Munich contemplate life without Manchester United-bound Bastian Schweinsteiger, the German champions took part in the Telekom Cup in Monchengladbach. Pep Guardiola's side lost the first game 2-1 against Augsburg and lost 5-3 on penalties ...
Germany made to wait as N.Ireland, Portugal claim passage
A draw at home to Georgia on Sunday, though, will still be enough to send Germany to next year's tournament, although they will likely be missing Mario Gotze who was injured on Thursday. Bastian Schweinsteiger is also likely to miss out after being ...
Emenike retires from Nigeria duty
Nigeria striker Emmanuel Emenike has announced his retirement from international football following a barren spell in front of goal. The 28-year-old revealed on Instagram that he was calling time on his five-year career for the the African heavyweights ...
Contrasting tasks for Ahly and Zamalek
Egyptian and African club football giants Al Ahly and Zamalek face sharply contrasting tasks this weekend when seeking CAF Confederation Cup final places. One goal could suffice for title-holders Ahly, who fell 1-0 away to Orlando Pirates of South ...
Barça win as Messi injured, Real held
Lionel Messi will be out for up to eight weeks with knee ligament damage suffered as Barcelona beat Las Palmas 2-1. Barça's troubles were eased, though, as Real Madrid remain a point behind the Catalans after being held 0-0 at home by ten-man Malaga.
Muller: Germany have a score to settle with Poland
By their own admission, Joachim Low's side have been below-par since winning the World Cup final in Rio de Janeiro and find themselves in the usual position of being second in Group D, a point behind leaders Poland. The Germans host Poland, then face ...

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