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New coach, new targets for Vipers vs Raja Casablanca tonight

TODAY -7pm ✳ Vipers SC 🇺🇬  Vs Raja Casablanca 🇲🇦 ✳ St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende St Mary’s Kitende, Uganda | VIPERSS.CO.UG | Payback time has never meant anything bigger than what many Vipers Sports Club faithful hope for today. And although not all dreams come true, Vipers will dare to dream differently when they …

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CITY V BURNLEY: One win from Wembley

An exciting clash with the Clarets awaits as a City legend returns to the Etihad Stadium… Manchester, UK | MANCHESTER CITY | Pep Guardiola’s men host Burnley on Saturday 18 March, with kick-off scheduled for 17:45 . The visitors, runaway leaders at the top of the Championship are managed by former …

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Kenyan marathoner Changwony suspended for doping

Nairobi, Kenya | Xinhua | The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) announced a provisional suspension of Kenyan female marathoner Purity Changwony due to the use of banned substances on Friday. “The AIU has provisionally suspended Purity Changwony of Kenya, backdated to July 28, 2022, for the presence/use of prohibited substances (19-Norandrosterone; …

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UEFA Champions League quarterfinals draw unveiled

Berlin, Germany | Xinhua | The 2022/23 UEFA Champions League quarterfinals draw was unveiled on Friday, with defending champion Real Madrid taking on Chelsea and a match-up between Manchester City and Bayern Munich. Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City will take on the Spaniard’s former club Bayern, while holders Real Madrid faces Chelsea, one …

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Arsenal knocked out

London, UK | ARSENAL.COM | Arsenal bowed out of the Europa League after losing a first-ever penalty shoot out at Emirates Stadium. Gabriel Martinelli saw his spot kick saved in the shoot out, allowing Nuno Santos to convert the winner, after a 1-1 draw on the night, and a 3-3 …

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Infantino secures 2nd term as FIFA boss at congress in Kigali

Kigali, Rwanda | THE INDEPENDENT | Gianni Infantino will serve a second term as FIFA President after being re-elected unopposed to lead global football’s governing body for another four years, during the 73rd FIFA Congress in Kigali, Rwanda. Speaking immediately after the re-election to serve from 2023 to 2027, President Infantino said: …

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