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6 August
2014
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Jack Rodwell: Man City midfielder completes Sunderland move

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Sunderland have signed Manchester City midfielder Jack Rodwell on a five-year deal. The England international, 23, has joined the club for an undisclosed fee, thought to be in the region of £10m. “Regular football is the most important thing for me,” Rodwell told Sunderland’s website. “This is a great place for me to be.” Rodwell…

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1 August
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England v India: Alastair Cook relieved by end to barren run

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Alastair Cook says the 266-run win over India in the third Test has prevented the pressure on him to resign as England captain from coming to a head. Both Cook and England had suffered a year-long run of poor form, but his innings of 95 and 70 not out helped them end a 10-match winless run. “It…

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30 July
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England v India: James Anderson & Stuart Broad restrict batsmen

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England’s bowlers backed up the good work of their batsmen to leave the hosts in a commanding position after three days of the third Test against India in Southampton. India were reduced to 323-8, 246 behind England’s total of 569-7 declared and 47 short of avoiding the follow-on. In an improved display from the attack…

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28 July
2014
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MYANMAR DISQUALIFY FOR ASIAN U-14 CUP

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Myanmar U-14 could only secure two victories in Asian U-14 Cup qualifiers hosted in Nay Pyi Taw’s SEA Games avenue. Myanmar manage to beat Brunei 5-0 in the last match of the group stage and settle at third place in the group league. Timor Leste qualified for the Asian Cup finale with 13 points and…

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5 June
2013
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MYANMAR HOST “WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM “

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Myanmar hosts three-day World Economic Forum on East Asia Wednesday in the country’s new capital Nay Pyi Taw. The meeting will be attended by heads of state and government and executives from top international companies. Bloomberg report suggests that delegates may struggle to have reliable telephony services while attending the forum. General Electric and Coca-Cola…

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