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FILE - In this March 13, 2003 file photo, soccer legends Eusebio, from Portugal, left, and Pele, from …

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--EUSEBIO, ONE OF SOCCER'S ALL-TIME GREATS, DIES AGED 71

Eusebio, who was regarded alongside Pele as the greatest soccer players of their era, dies aged 71.

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--PACKERS AND CHARGERS PROGRESS IN NFL PLAYOFFS

Green Bay beats San Francisco in subzero temperatures and San Diego extends Cincinnati's playoff woes with victories in Sunday's NFL wild-card games.

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--MANCHESTER UNITED WOES CONTINUE WITH FA CUP EXIT

Manchester United's struggles continue with a home defeat at the hands of Swansea, making an early exit from the FA Cup.

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--RODMAN HEADS TO NORTH KOREA FOR EXHIBITION GAME

Dennis Rodman is on his way to North Korea with his team of former NBA players for an exhibition game on Kim Jong Un's birthday.

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--FLOWER SAYS HE AND COOK SHOULD STAY IN CHARGE OF REBUILDING ENGLAND

Coach Andy Flower says he and captain Alastair Cook should stay in charge of a rebuilding England despite a humiliating 5-0 Ashes whitewash in Australia.

http://www.indiatvnews.com/sports/cricket/andy-flower-sees-new-england-era-after-ashes-debacle-10180.html

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