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Legend defends Broncos bad boy and lists the three clubs who should be chasing him – Fox Sports

At a time when Brisbane Broncos star Tevita Pangai Jr. has been shredded by fans and disciplined by the NRL, the young forward has found an ally in Wendell Sailor.

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Liverpool is set to secure a second blockbuster signing in 24 hours. This is an $80m deal – Fox Sports

Just hours after sealing a huge move for Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara, Liverpool are set to announce a second big-name arrival.

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Wolves forward Diogo Jota is set to join after the clubs agreed a £41m ($A73m) deal rising to £45m ($A80m) with add-ons.
According to Sky Sports, the 23-year-old is set for a medical at Liverpool on Saturday (local) before the deal is finalised.
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2020 U.S. Open leaderboard breakdown, takeaways: Patrick Reed takes lead, Bryson DeChambeau goes low – CBSSports.com

Breaking down the top of the leaderboard at the 2020 U.S. Open through two rounds at Winged Foot

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Round 2 of the 2020 U.S. Open on Friday brought out the wicked ways of Winged Foot we all expected to see this week. There were 21 golfers in total who started the day under par, yet only six finished in the red as the course’s setup suffocated the field throughout the afternoon. 
The conditions firmed up as the day wore on and the scores steadily rose with only three golfers carding rounds under par after a scoring bonanza (by U.S. Open standards) on Thursday. As we head to moving day, it’s Pa…

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Steve Smith and other Aussies arrive in UAE for IPL in hazmat suits – Wide World of Sports

‘New way of travel’

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Australian cricketer Steve Smith was barely recognisable as he touched down in the United Arab Emirates for his stint playing the Indian Premier League.
Dressed top to toe in a hazmat suit and mask, the image of Smith and his Rajasthan Royals teammates Andrew Tye, and Englishmen Jofra Archer and Tom Curran, highlighted the unique obstacles they have had to overcome playing international cricket during the coronavirus pandemic.
The suit was necessary as part of biosecurity and quarantine requir…

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