Kobe worried about life after basketball

RELAXED: Kobe Bryant (above) speaking about his Showtime television documentary, "Kobe Bryant's Muse", during a press tour in Beverly Hills, California, last Saturday.
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Rosberg cruises to victory in German Grand Prix

German opens up 14-point lead over Mercedes teammate Hamilton, who finished third after starting 20th on the grid

TEUTONIC TIME: Nico Rosberg's (above) win came after marrying his girlfriend, signing an extended contract with Mercedes and celebrating Germany's World Cup victory. 

Nico Rosberg completed a memorable week for himself and his nation last night when he cruised to his first win in his home German Grand Prix yesterday.  

The pole-sitter, cheered on by Germany World Cup football winner Lukas Podolski in the Mercedes pits, extended his lead to 14 points over teammate Lewis Hamilton, who charged up to finish third from 20th on the grid.  

“It’s an amazing feeling to win at home. It’s a very special day,” said Rosberg.  
Splitting the Mercedes men in second was the Williams of Valtteri Bottas.  

Rosberg came home a comfortable 20.7 seconds ahead of the Finn at the end of an enthralling 67-lap contest.

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Hurdler Izlyn gets nod for Nanjing YOG

Nur Izlyn Zaini.
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Pool close in on Remy

DEAL? Liverpool have reportedly agreed a fee with QPR for French international Loic Remy (above), with personal terms and a medical still to be concluded. 

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Where's the de$ire?

Redknapp hits out at young English footballers who make the headlines for the wrong reasons

CANDID: QPR manager Harry Redknapp (above) believes the root of England's problem with young talent is in the size of their pay cheques.
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Enrique gets first win as Barca boss

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Dunga to replace Scolari?

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Watch out Devils, you're being watched

UNDER SCRUTINY: Surveillance cameras are being installed around Manchester United's training pitches at the club's Carrington training centre (above) for new manager Louis van Gaal to observe his players.
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'Van Gaal is great for United'

Mourinho plays down rivalry with Dutchman, tips his former boss at Barca to excel at United

RESPECT: Jose Mourinho (above, left) says he is looking forward to playing against Manchester United under Louis van Gaal (right). 

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