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Emma McKeon grabs gold as Australia enjoy more Olympic swimming success

McKeon breaks women’s 100m freestyle Olympic record Cate Campbell adds bronze to Australia’s growing medal haul Australia’s Emma McKeon added a second gold medal to her 2020 Olympics haul with a memorable swim in the women’s 100m freestyle final at the Tokyo Games, as compatriot Cate Campbell won bronze to add to her substantial career tally.

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Emma McKeon grabs gold as Australia enjoy more Olympic swimming success

McDonald's creates new unit to focus on global digital app

NEW YORK, July 26 (Reuters) - McDonald's Corp (MCD.N) is bringing its digital, data analytics, marketing, restaurant development and operations segments into one unit as it focuses on driving growth through its global app and new MyMcDonald's Rewards program, the company said on Monday.

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McDonald's creates new unit to focus on global digital app

Jadon Sancho seals £73m Manchester United move from Dortmund

Winger joins on contract to 2026 with option for further year Club’s second summer signing after goalkeeper Tom Heaton Jadon Sancho has completed his transfer to Manchester United from Borussia Dortmund for an initial £73m. The 21-year-old winger has signed a five-year contract with an option of a further year.

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Jadon Sancho seals £73m Manchester United move from Dortmund

Luke Shaw hopeful of being fit for new season after breaking ribs at Euros

Manchester United left-back played on at Euros with injury Shaw optimistic he will be fit to face Leeds on 14 August Luke Shaw is hopeful of recovering from broken ribs in time for Manchester United’s opening Premier League match against Leeds. The left-back suffered the injury during England’s Euro 2020 campaign but played on as Gareth Southgate’s side reached the final against Italy, in which Shaw scored the opening goal before Robert Mancini’s side won a penalty shootout.

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Luke Shaw hopeful of being fit for new season after breaking ribs at Euros

'Pingdemic': English businesses buckle under COVID-19 isolation demands

COVID-19 cases surging in Britain Official tracing app telling workers to self-isolate Crisis has overshadowed PM Johnson's 'freedom day' LONDON, July 19 (Reuters) - England's car plants, railways, supermarkets and pubs warned the government on Monday that a COVID-19 tracing app, which has told hundreds of thousands of workers to isolate, was wrecking the recovery and pushing supply chains to the brink of collapse.

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'Pingdemic': English businesses buckle under COVID-19 isolation demands

England's Saka urges social media companies to step up fight against abuse

Register to unlock access to the new Reuters.com Sports · 3:45 PM UTCPogacar wins Tour de France stage 18, extends overall lead CCPA Right to Opt-Out of the Sale of Your Personal Information If you are a California consumer, you have the right, at any time, to direct a business that sells your personal information to third parties to not sell your personal information.

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England's Saka urges social media companies to step up fight against abuse

England’s footballers speak for the new generation better than any politician

Instead of a trophy, England’s national team have inherited something far more precious: the mantle of the official opposition. For most of the nation’s under-40s – the generations known as millennials and zoomers – Tory Britain represents a double-pronged onslaught on their economic security and deeply held social values.

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England’s footballers speak for the new generation better than any politician

Italy revamping its national team soccer program has paid off greatly

After Italy lost to Sweden in a World Cup qualification playoff in 2017, the country was moved to reevaluate the national team program. Mancini is credited with changing Italy’s emphasis from ultra-defensive to a high-pressing, attacking style. It took time to move away from “catenaccio” tactics, ingrained in the Italian mentality partly because the strategy helped in winning four World Cup titles.

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Italy revamping its national team soccer program has paid off greatly

Bets and burgers: UK Plc profits from Euros but pubs miss out

(Reuters) - England's run to the final of the Euro 2020 soccer tournament bolstered business for bookmakers and food delivery firms but pubs lamented a missed opportunity because of coronavirus curbs. Bookmakers reported record-breaking bets being placed during the month-long tournament, while online food delivery firm Just Eat Takeaway.com saw orders peak at 2.5 per minute on match days in Britain.

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Bets and burgers: UK Plc profits from Euros but pubs miss out

Warwick Davis’ attitude to bullies is an important lesson for us all to follow

The Tenable star has faced online abuse The way Warwick Davis deals with bullies is an important lesson for us all to follow after the abuse some England players have been receiving since last night’s Euro 2020 final. Football stars Marcus Rashford, 23, Bukayo Saka, 19, and Jadon Sancho, 21, found themselves at the centre of racial abuse on social media after England lost against Italy.

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Warwick Davis’ attitude to bullies is an important lesson for us all to follow

Marcus Rashford on Penalty Miss in Euro 2020 Final vs. Italy: 'I'll Be Back Stronger'

English forward Marcus Rashford released a powerful statement Monday following his disappointing finish at Euro 2020: pic.twitter.com/bs9lksGM4q — Marcus Rashford MBE (@MarcusRashford) July 12, 2021 Rashford was subbed onto pitch in the 120th minute of the Euro 2020 final against Italy with the score tied 1-1, effectively only coming on for penalty kicks.

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Marcus Rashford on Penalty Miss in Euro 2020 Final vs. Italy: 'I'll Be Back Stronger'

‘Bringing home the trophy’: Mancini dedicates tears to all of Italy after win

Manager hails his team’s hard work and spirit Mancini describes Donnarumma as world’s best Robert Mancini said his tears were for the whole of Italy after winning Euro 2020 in a dramatic penalty shooutout. Victory over England brought Italy their first European Championship title since 1968 and the manager was overcome at the end.

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‘Bringing home the trophy’: Mancini dedicates tears to all of Italy after win

England may have lost, but Southgate’s team shows us the nation we can be

The practical and moral argument that our diversity is our strength has long been made. This team proves it Mon 12 Jul 2021 01.00 EDT Last modified on Mon 12 Jul 2021 08.52 EDT And so we lost. After the shock and the grief, then, I guess, there is reflection and reckoning.

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England may have lost, but Southgate’s team shows us the nation we can be

England's FA condemns racist abuse of Black players after missed penalty kicks in Euro 2020 final

England's Football Association has condemned racist social media attacks targeting soccer players following Sunday's loss to Italy in the Euro 2020 final. Italy defeated England on penalty kicks, 3-2 after the game remained tied, 1-1 through extra time. England's Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka, who are Black, missed penalty kicks and were almost immediately subjected to racist abuse on social media following the game, including monkey emojis, slurs and taunts to "get out my country."

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England's FA condemns racist abuse of Black players after missed penalty kicks in Euro 2020 final

Spot-kicks haunt Southgate again as England pay the penalty

LONDON, July 11 (Reuters) - Gareth Southgate famously tried to deal with the embarrassment of missing a crucial penalty at Euro 96 by doing a pizza commercial with a bag over his head, but it appears he did not learn too many shootout lessons in the intervening 25 years.

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Spot-kicks haunt Southgate again as England pay the penalty

It's not coming home, but England have cause for optimism

LONDON, July 11 (Reuters) - It didn’t come home, nothing’s coming home. Instead, a battle-hardened Italian team extinguished England’s delirious Euro 2020 dreams, ending their Wembley party in the cruellest fashion with a penalty shootout defeat in the final on Sunday.

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It's not coming home, but England have cause for optimism