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6 Current Sports Stories Bigger Than Roy Keane’s Resignation

As the Press flock en masse to the news that an Assistant Manager who happens to be Roy Keane has resigned from a club playing terribly, we round up ten stories from sport that are far more important.


 

1. The World of Sport Mourns Philip Hughes

Tributes continue to poor in for Australian Cricketer Philip Highes who passed away yesterday, two days after a freak accident when he was struck by a ball. Thousands of tweets with the hashtag #PutOutYourBats have flooded Social Media to commemorate the Australian. The tributes haven’t just been confined to the cricketing world or even Sports world. Google updated their homepage for Google Australia to reflect the tragedy.

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2. Brendan Rodgers & Liverpool’s Kop-itulation Continues

Brendan Rodgers side conceded a late goal to draw with Ludogorets last night. However Rodgers was unfazed and told RTE he was in fact very pleased with the performance. Worrying news for Liverpool fans when their manager is delighted with conceding a late goal to the second best team in Bulgaria, who many hadn’t heard of three months ago. 

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3. Levante & Real Zaragoza Look Set To Be Charged Over Match-Fixing

The Spanish Prosecutor’s Office has stated it’s “possible” charges will be brought forward against both clubs on Monday or Tuesday of next week. The charges relate back to the last game of the 2010-11 season in which the sides faced each other with Real Zaragoza winning 2-1. It is alleged that Levante were paid to lose.

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 4. FIFA Got Torn To Shreds On British TV 

‘Have I Got News For You’ have had their say on FIFA. No description needed, just watch the video.

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5. Brazil Legend Pele’s Condition Is Improving But Remains Critical

The star and legend of the game was admitted to hospital last week for a urinary infection 

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6. Formula 1 Axes Season Finale Double Points The controversial double points plan had been unpopular since its inception. Safety Car restarts have also been scrapped.

 

 Sean Curtin, Pundit Arena.

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Author: The PA Team

This article was written by a member of The PA Team.