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  • Zenit beats Chelsea to the punch for £40
    Aug 08 2012

    Zenit beats Chelsea to the punch for £40

    Transfer Rumors: Real Madrid reportedly raised their offer for Luka Modric’s transfer to £30 million, but the roosters are sticking to their £40 million demand for the player. The Daily Mail published Arsenal is considering the possibility of transferring Celtic’s South Korean midfielder, Ki Sung Yong, after having impressed the club’s scouts. Will Chelsea be

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  • London 2012: Team USA vs. Team USA for Beach Volleyball Final
    Aug 08 2012

    London 2012: Team USA vs. Team USA for Beach Volleyball Final

    In what was seen as a slight possibility has now been confirmed as the final battle on the beach volleyball court pits team USA versus team USA. It’s unlikely the roar of the crowd with spell out the acronym we substitute for the United States of America, but the event is no less dramatic for

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  • China Still Tops Olympic Gold Medal Leaderboard
    Aug 08 2012

    China Still Tops Olympic Gold Medal Leaderboard

    China is still on top on the medal leaderboard with 34 gold, 21 silver and 18 bronze medals. Team USA has won 30 gold, 19 silver and 21 bronze medals. The Chinese have won a total of 73 medals while the Americans have won 70. Behind the two sports superpowers is host Great Britain, with

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  • Mass Arrests in Macau Following Police Raids
    Aug 08 2012

    Mass Arrests in Macau Following Police Raids

    On Monday police in Macau announced that they have arrested 150 people during raids on casinos and hotels after a series of murders brought back memories of the gaming destination’s violent history. According to police spokesman Chong Su-pong, during an operation codenamed “Thunderbolt 2012” which ran last Friday almost 1,300 people questioned and 150 detained.

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  • Ladbrokes Fails to Conquer Online Gambling
    Aug 08 2012

    Ladbrokes Fails to Conquer Online Gambling

    UK bookmaker Ladbrokes is still having difficulties with its online betting operations. Last week they announced that the head of digital operations, Richard Ames, will be leaving after their profits from online betting fell by 50% in the first half of the year to just £15m. Richard Glynn, the Chief Executive, has said that there

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