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ON THIS DAY IN 1996: Our Dream Team Won Gold in the Football Event of the Atlanta Olympic Games. Get More News Headlines Here

  1. ON THIS DAY IN 1996: Our Dream Team won gold in the football event of the Atlanta Olympic games
  2. Everyone is taking the piss out of Mark Clattenburg’s hilarious new tattoo
  3. Andy Murray disappointed he will not face Wawrinka or Federer at Olympics
  4. Premier League spending could rise to more than £1bn before the end of the month
  5. Nigerian farmers throw weight behind biotechnology
  6. Plateau steps up diversification plan
  7. FIFA welcomed a new arrival today, a VAR Training Centre. It’ll look better later!
  8. David Moyes turned down the Sunderland job last season for a very negative reason
  9. The young footballer told he was too short for the sport turns to the saddle instead
  10. Wolves sign Joao Teixeira from Benfica on loan
  11. Forbes Carlile, Australia’s oldest Olympian, has died at age 95.
  12. FAO lauds gov’t commitment to curb impacts of flooding.
  13. Cereal production most profitable in DE, UK & DK in 2013 (highest level/income per worker across
  14. Subsistence farmers in rain-scarce Kenya are looking to solar-powered irrigation systems to water their crops
  15. Why young Africans are swapping the office for the farm.
  16. A little island, a lot to know! Tourism Ireland unveils new online film
  17. IndiGo to introduce flight from Chandigarh to Dubai in September
  18. A year ago, she was swimming for her life in the Mediterranean. Now she’s an Olympian
  19. John Obi Mikel officially changes his name to John Obi Mikel
  20. Messi is the best player in history – Pope Francis
  21. Danny Duffy breaks Royals strikeout record, takes no-hitter into eighth
  22. Picture Confirmation! City announce the signing of Leroy Sane from Schalke on a 5-year deal for a reported £37m fee.

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