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This Is Why A Table Tennis MachineIs Better Than A Coach

With the advancement of technology, we have machines for so many things that we used to do manually. In the table tennis world, machines are taking over as well. Previously, you would have needed a partner to play with, or you have to go for training in fixed sessions to find partners to play table tennis. But now, that is …

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What has gone wrong at Liverpool FC?

At the start of the Premier League season, Liverpool were listed at 9-1 to win the title. The bookies had them as low as 6th in terms of who would go on to win the title, behind Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs. Given that they didn’t finish in the top four for the last few seasons, it …

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Gareth Bale: Not right to risk Wales star, says Chris Coleman

Wales manager Chris Coleman says he was once no longer prepared to risk Gareth Bale in their 2-1 defeat away by means of Macedonia. World-document signing Bale was named on the bench for the world Cup qualifying loss in Skopje, which eventually ended Wales’ slim hopes of creating the finals. however despite that, Coleman said Bale’s lack of suit fitness …

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Gaming UK: Understanding the New Gambling Act

Offshore casino operators serving the UK public suffered a massive shock in 2014 as the UK government first began discussing and eventually proposed a new taxation bill. Known as the ‘Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Act’ of 2014, the bill was passed into law on November 1st 2014 – this after being somewhat delayed by legal action taken by the Gibraltar …

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Aspirant Proteas to face India and Australia at home

 CSA development programmes will be put to the test Cricket South Africa`s (CSA) development programmes will be put to the test over the next two months when South Africa A face tough home series in both the four-day and 50 overs formats against their Australian and Indian counterparts. South Africa will play two four-day Test matches against both opponents South …

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