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Formula One's Ecclestone seeks 'long-term' Singapore deal

Formula One's Ecclestone seeks 'long-term' Singapore deal

This week the race is rumoured to be on the brink of an abrupt exit. There has been speculation for several months that Singapore was questioning whether or not it would renew its current contract, which runs out after next year's race. It also warned Ecclestone that the Singapore negotiating team are represented by "very clever men who could match with Ecclestone" and would not settle for anything less than the best deal.


Wales striker nominated for Fifa Puskas Award

Wales striker nominated for Fifa Puskas Award

Messi finished second to Wendell Lira past year and merits inclusion again for his bewitching free-kick against hosts the Unites States that helped propel Argentina into their second consecutive Copa America final. Mohd Faiz Subri , of Malaysian Super League side Penang, was nominated for a 35-metre free kick in which the ball dipped and swung in a bewildering fashion to leave the goalkeeper stranded.


Vikings waive running back Ronnie Hillman

Vikings waive running back Ronnie Hillman

Without Peterson in the lineup, the Vikings have struggled with their ground game. It doesn't bode well for the former San Diego State star that he was let go from the worst running team in the National Football League, as the Vikings average just 70 yards rushing per game.



As Berlusconi nears sale, Milan derby marks end of an era

Inter Milan came back from a goal down twice to spoil AC Milan's party in the famous Derby della Madonnina . Unfortunately, Milan wouldn't be able to hold on for long as Inter's Candreva blasted Stefano Pioli's boys back into the game.



President Obama meets with President-elect Trump

Obama will welcome the Cleveland Cavaliers to the White House later Thursday afternoon to celebrate their National Basketball Association championship. Still, Clinton was gracious in defeat, declaring: "Donald Trump is going to be our president". "Because if you succeed, then the country succeeds".



'Delighted' Toure reflects on Manchester City exile

Sergio Aguero went close to making it 2-0 but seconds later Palace equalised when Wilfried Zaha set up substitute Connor Wickham, who beat Pablo Zabaleta before blasting his shot past Bravo. However, with seven minutes left City grabbed the victor when Kevin De Bruyne's low corner across the box was turned into the net by Toure from just six yards out.