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I can fulfill expectations: Van Gaal

Manchester United's new manager Louis van Gaal believes he can meet expectations for success at "the biggest club in the world" but refused to indulge in forecasts when he was introduced to the media at Old Trafford.

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I'm happy to be back playing: Woods

Tiger Woods's back operation in March robbed the former world number one of a quarter of the golf season but at least it has given him a fresh outlook on his career.

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Scolari resigns as #Brazil manager

Luiz Felipe Scolari has resigned as manager of Brazil, the president of the country's football confederation has said, after the hosts suffered two of their worst defeats in World Cup history.

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World champions return home

Germany's World Cup-winning team returned home to celebrate the country's fourth title with huge crowds of fans.

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Knicks re-sign All-Star Anthony

High-scoring All-Star Carmelo Anthony has re-signed with the New York Knicks, giving team president Phil Jackson the foundation piece he desired in his quest to bring a long-awaited title to Madison Square Garden.

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#Germany crowned world champions

With two quick touches, Mario Goetze ended Germany's 24-year wait for another World Cup title.

Goetze scored the winning goal in extra time to give Germany a 1-0 victory over Argentina on Sunday in a tight and tense World Cup final that came down to one piece of individual skill.

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#Netherlands bag third-place consolation

Another ragged defensive display by Brazil allowed the Netherlands to stroll to a 3-0 victory in the World Cup third-place playoff match as the hosts ended the tournament in depressing fashion.

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Rose sniffs a shot at Scottish Open

Justin Rose set up a chance to capture back-to-back titles by shooting a five-under 66 at the Scottish Open to move into a share of the lead with Marc Warren after three rounds.

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Third-place preview: #Brazil V #Netherlands

After Brazil's utter humiliation against Germany, anything less than a win in the third-place match against an indifferent Netherlands team would deepen the gloom hanging over the World Cup hosts.

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Kadri takes Tour de France stage 8

Blel Kadri of France won the eighth stage of the Tour de France in a breakaway as the race entered the Vosges mountains, while Vincenzo Nibali of Italy retained the yellow jersey.

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