1257 GMT July 20, 2019
Barcelona president Bartomeu convinced Valverde will stay
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu is convinced head coach Ernesto Valverde will still be in charge at Camp Nou next season.
FIFA says in regular contact with AFC over detained Bahraini player
FIFA said it has been in regular contact with the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) over the Bahraini football player arrested in Thailand in November over a prison sentence in his homeland.
Murray criticizes LTA for failing to make most of his success
Andy Murray criticized Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association for failing to build on his success and grow the game over the last decade.
Warriors rout Nuggets after NBA-record 51 in first quarter
Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors weren't trying to send any sort of message or make any kind of statement against a team they were chasing in the Western Conference.
Japan's Olympic Committee head denies impropriety in 2020 bid procedures
The head of Japan’s Olympic Committee confirmed that he had been questioned by French authorities in December on Tuesday but repeated his denial there was anything improper about Tokyo’s bid for the 2020 Games and vowed to prove his innocence.
Harden's 57 points lead Rockets over Grizzlies
James Harden scored a season-high 57 points to carry the short-handed Houston Rockets to a 112-94 win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday night.
Cech to retire at end of season
Arsenal goalkeeper and Premier League great Petr Cech announced that he is retiring at the end of the season.
Djokovic begins seventh Australian Open title bid with romp
Top seed Novak Djokovic started his bid for a record seventh Australian Open title with a straight-set win over American qualifier Mitchell Krueger.
Moriyasu sees challengers aplenty for Japan at Asian Cup
Japan head coach Hajime Moriyasu believes his side is just one of several teams which have what it takes to win the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 title.
Raptors survive Wizards in double OT
Serge Ibaka hit a three-pointer with 15 seconds left in the second overtime, and the Toronto Raptors survived to earn their fifth straight win, 140-138 over the Washington Wizards on Sunday.
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