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The Age
Sharni Williams says ARU women's university sevens series will fuel the fireAustralian sevens captain Sharni Williams has a wave of new talent biting her o
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
Australian sevens captain Sharni Williams has a wave of new talent biting her on the ankles and she's using it to fuel her dreams of more Olympic gold. The University of Canberra recruit was in Sydney to launch the women's university sevens series,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sharni Williams says ARU women's university sevens series will fuel the fireAustralian sevens captain Sharni Williams has a wave of new talent biting her o
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
Australian sevens captain Sharni Williams has a wave of new talent biting her on the ankles and she's using it to fuel her dreams of more Olympic gold. The University of Canberra recruit was in Sydney to launch the women's university sevens series,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Former John Butler Trio bassist Rory Turner-Quirk teaching music at GoogongThe annual Googfest could fast become Bluesfest as a generation of tiny blues a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
The annual Googfest could fast become Bluesfest as a generation of tiny blues and roots players emerges from the new suburb. Students from Years 1 to 4 at the Googong Anglican School are studying music under the tuition of Rory-Turner-Quirk, former... Read more
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The Age
Former John Butler Trio bassist Rory Turner-Quirk teaching music at GoogongThe annual Googfest could fast become Bluesfest as a generation of tiny blues a
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
The annual Googfest could fast become Bluesfest as a generation of tiny blues and roots players emerges from the new suburb. Students from Years 1 to 4 at the Googong Anglican School are studying music under the tuition of Rory-Turner-Quirk, former... Read more
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WA Today
Indigenous musician G Yunupingu dies aged 46: 'Voice of a generation'One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
WA Today / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label announced in a statement. Born blind, the singer-songwriter from Elcho Island became the highest-selling... Read more
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The Border Mail
renowned Aboriginal singer G Yunupingu diesOne of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46. One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
renowned Aboriginal singer G Yunupingu diesOne of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46. One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label... Read more
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The Courier
renowned Aboriginal singer G Yunupingu diesOne of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
The Courier / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46. One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
renowned Aboriginal singer G Yunupingu diesOne of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46. One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label... Read more
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The Young Witness
renowned Aboriginal singer G Yunupingu diesOne of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46. One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label... Read more
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Western Advocate
renowned Aboriginal singer G Yunupingu diesOne of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46. One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label... Read more
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Kiama Independent
renowned Aboriginal singer G Yunupingu diesOne of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46. One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label... Read more
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Manning River Times
renowned Aboriginal singer G Yunupingu diesOne of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46. One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
renowned Aboriginal singer G Yunupingu diesOne of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46. One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label... Read more
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The North West Star
renowned Aboriginal singer G Yunupingu diesOne of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46. One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label... Read more
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Daily Liberal
renowned Aboriginal singer G Yunupingu diesOne of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46. One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Indigenous musician G Yunupingu dies aged 46: 'Voice of a generation'One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label announced in a statement. Born blind, the singer-songwriter from Elcho Island became the highest-selling... Read more
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Canberra Times
Indigenous musician G Yunupingu dies aged 46: 'Voice of a generation'One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu,
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
One of Australia's most prominent musicians, the world-renowned Dr G Yunupingu, has died aged just 46 from illness in Darwin, his record label announced in a statement. Born blind, the singer-songwriter from Elcho Island became the highest-selling... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tertiary choices: A warm QILT for some universitiesUniversities hands out marks to students. How does it look when the tables are
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Universities hands out marks to students. How does it look when the tables are turned? New data in which more than 178,000 university students across the country have rated their experiences is pervy stuff. Small classes, course flexibility, good... Read more
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Evening Standard
The Conjuring inspires immersive haunted house experienceDerren Brown plays tricks on human guinea pigs at Thorpe Park Across London, b
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
Derren Brown plays tricks on human guinea pigs at Thorpe Park Across London, bbc.co.uk Television shows need audiences for all that whooping and clapping and laughing – and what better way to keep everyone in a good mood than to keep things free?... Read more
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Zero Hedge
European Stocks Fall To 3 Month Lows On "Carmaker Cartel" Fears, Sliding PMIs; US Futures LowerIn a mixed session, which has seen Asian stocks ex-Japan broadly higher, the Eu
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 days ago
In a mixed session, which has seen Asian stocks ex-Japan broadly higher, the European Stoxx 600 index dropped as much as 0.6% after data Markit PMI data signalled euro-area economy grew in July at its slowest pace in six months while carmakers... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How helping animals can help us understand human traumaHow helping animals can help us better understand human trauma and rehabilitati
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
How helping animals can help us better understand human trauma and rehabilitation By David John Roland, University of Sydney External Link: Hugs, drugs and choices: helping traumatised animals (The Conversation) Rosie, like a real-life Babe, ran... Read more
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The Courier
Adrienne Pickering longs to play Rake's Missy againPlaying Shakespearean heroines in the school playground sowed the seed of a act
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
Playing Shakespearean heroines in the school playground sowed the seed of a acting career for Adrienne Pickering. Under and around the monkey bars of her little school in rural Queensland, Adrienne Pickering played Shakespeare's Juliet with Claire... Read more
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The Economic Times
Money flow into financial savings increased post note ban: Viral Acharya"It will take us many years to understand the outcome of demonetisation. I sens
The Economic Times / Posted 5 days ago
"It will take us many years to understand the outcome of demonetisation. I sense that in financial assets, something has changed as black money transactions are now not easy," Acharya said at the Delhi Economics Conclave 2017 here organised by the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
McEvoy’s freestyle approachCAM McEvoy says his goal at the World Championships is to temporarily park the
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
CAM McEvoy says his goal at the World Championships is to temporarily park the scientist within him and take a leap of faith. The Bond University physics student and would-be astronaut has been guilty in the past of over-analysing every aspect of... Read more
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News.com.au
McEvoy’s freestyle approachSwimmer Cameron McEvoy says he is learning to let things flow. CAM McEvoy says
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
Swimmer Cameron McEvoy says he is learning to let things flow. CAM McEvoy says his goal at the World Championships is to temporarily park the scientist within him and take a leap of faith. The Bond University physics student and would-be astronaut... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
McEvoy’s freestyle approachCAM McEvoy says his goal at the World Championships is to temporarily park the
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 6 days ago
CAM McEvoy says his goal at the World Championships is to temporarily park the scientist within him and take a leap of faith. The Bond University physics student and would-be astronaut has been guilty in the past of over-analysing every aspect of... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Stevens Point man accused of kidnapping Illinois studentBrent Christensen, 28, of Champaign, Ill., appeared in federal court Monday for
WAOW Wausau / Posted 6 days ago
Brent Christensen, 28, of Champaign, Ill., appeared in federal court Monday for the first time after being charged with the kidnapping of missing visiting University of Illinois scholar Yingying Zhang, 26. Christensen is a Stevens Point native,... Read more
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Philly.com
Vanguard's new Philly outpost opensPhiladelphia tech boosters are making the most of Vanguard Group’s Innovation S
Philly.com / Posted 6 days ago
Philadelphia tech boosters are making the most of Vanguard Group’s Innovation Studio, the 16,000-square-foot outpost at 2300 Chestnut St. where the Malvern-based investment giant hopes in time to base up to 100 tough-to-recruit young software pros... Read more
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Evening Standard
Zoorassic Park: London Zoo goes back in time to welcome dinosaursThings to do in London this weekend Across London, bbc.co.uk Television shows
Evening Standard / Posted 7 days ago
Things to do in London this weekend Across London, bbc.co.uk Television shows need audiences for all that whooping and clapping and laughing – and what better way to keep everyone in a good mood than to keep things free? The BBC are big on it, but... Read more
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Herald.ie
'It's major operation after operation' - true Dub Dave critical after Brisbane fallafter operation' - true Dub Dave critical after Brisbane fall Dad-of-one David
Herald.ie / Posted 8 days ago
after operation' - true Dub Dave critical after Brisbane fall Dad-of-one David Conway fell 20 metres from scaffolding on the seventh storey of a construction site in Brisbane last Monday. David (37) was resuscitated by workmates at the... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Harbaugh: 'Preliminary conversations' about Michigan playing in RomeOur best guest at who'll get the nod in Week 1 for Jim Harbaugh's crew. Video b
Detroit Free Press / Posted 8 days ago
Our best guest at who'll get the nod in Week 1 for Jim Harbaugh's crew. Video by Kirkland Crawford, DFP Wochit Michigan might be heading back overseas in the future. When the Wolverines spent part of spring practice in Rome, they visited with AS... Read more
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Canberra Times
Medical students oppose 'money grab' by universities offering private medical degreesMedical students want public universities banned from the "money-grabbing" prac
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
Medical students want public universities banned from the "money-grabbing" practice of offering Australian students full-fee-paying places for medical degrees, saying it unfairly preferences wealthy candidates. Domestic full-fee-paying places... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How the rules for renters could change in Victoria Since 2015, the Residential Tenancies Act has been under review, and the Gove
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
Since 2015, the Residential Tenancies Act has been under review, and the Government has flagged some possible changes to everything from lease lengths to pet provisions. The ABC spoke to renters,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Medical students oppose 'money grab' by universities offering private medical degreesMedical students want public universities banned from the "money-grabbing" prac
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Medical students want public universities banned from the "money-grabbing" practice of offering Australian students full-fee paying places for medical degrees, saying it unfairly preferenced wealthy candidates. Domestic full-fee paying places... Read more
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The Age
Medical students oppose 'money grab' by universities offering private medical degreesMedical students want public universities banned from the "money-grabbing" prac
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Medical students want public universities banned from the "money-grabbing" practice of offering Australian students full-fee paying places for medical degrees, saying it unfairly preferenced wealthy candidates. Domestic full-fee paying places... Read more
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Daily Mail
How Alexander McQueen became Kate's go-to for royal toursKate plays it safe! Duchess dazzles in Alexander McQueen in Poland as she prove
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Kate plays it safe! Duchess dazzles in Alexander McQueen in Poland as she proves the label has become her go-to for royal tours The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embarked on a five-day tour of Poland and Germany on Monday Couple are accompanied by... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Still, Like Air, I'll Riseat 5.30pmExhibition Runs: Saturday 22 July – Sunday 27 August 2017Saturday 29 J
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 10 days ago
at 5.30pmExhibition Runs: Saturday 22 July – Sunday 27 August 2017Saturday 29 July, 2pm: Curator Talk with Abby Cunnane, Acting Director ST PAUL St GalleryThe Physics Room is proud to present Still, Like Air, I’ll Rise, an exhibition developed by ST... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Australian malls turn to village life as retailers feel pinchSYDNEY, Australia―As Australia’s local merchants struggle with an influx of glo
Manila Standard Today / Posted 11 days ago
SYDNEY, Australia―As Australia’s local merchants struggle with an influx of global names, leading malls are considering returning to their village center roots to woo new tenants by moving away from shops and offering medical facilities, more... Read more
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Daily Record
Teenager owes his life to family after kidneys donated from his dad and uncleStephen Lee owes his kind-hearted family his life – having been given a kidney
Daily Record / Posted 11 days ago
Stephen Lee owes his kind-hearted family his life – having been given a kidney from both his dad and uncle. The 19-year-old first received the gift of life from dad Andy 12 years ago. And three months ago, he received a second from his dad’s brother... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
AUSTRALIAN DIARY: Everything you need to know about the week ahead for marketsPicture: Getty Images Key data in Australia this week will be led by the relea
Business Insider Australia / Posted 11 days ago
Picture: Getty Images Key data in Australia this week will be led by the release of June employment figures on Thursday. Internationally, China has GDP figures for the June quarter tomorrow, while it’s a quieter week of data ahead in US, UK and... Read more
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The Courier
'Reduce speculative investment': How to make long-term renting appealingAs the dream of owning a home slips out of reach for many Australians, experts
The Courier / Posted 12 days ago
As the dream of owning a home slips out of reach for many Australians, experts warn significant change is needed to provide more security for long-term tenants. As the dream of owning a home slips out of reach for many Australians, experts warn... Read more
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express
The age women are most likely to CHEAT and why they strayREVEALED: Cheating wife or girlfriend worries on your mind? Now a dating site
express / Posted 12 days ago
REVEALED: Cheating wife or girlfriend worries on your mind? Now a dating site has revealed when women are most likely to cheat and why. A new study has revealed exactly when women are most... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Global Shares Hit Another Record High In Lethargic Session Ahead Of US Data DelugeIt was another painfully low-volume overnight session, which however did not pr
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 days ago
It was another painfully low-volume overnight session, which however did not prevent global stocks from hitting another record highs, capping their best week in over two months as the dollar stayed close to nine-month lows following Yellen's dovish... Read more
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The Age
What Malcolm wants, Malcolm getsFirst published in Good Weekend on September 3, 1988 Malcolm Turnbull has neve
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
First published in Good Weekend on September 3, 1988 Malcolm Turnbull has never met a person he couldn't impress - one way or the other. From the time he was three years old and already reading proficiently, from the time he was 12 and discussing... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
What Malcolm wants, Malcolm getsFirst published in Good Weekend on September 3, 1988 Malcolm Turnbull has neve
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
First published in Good Weekend on September 3, 1988 Malcolm Turnbull has never met a person he couldn't impress - one way or the other. From the time he was three years old and already reading proficiently, from the time he was 12 and discussing... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Bound for U19 basketball World CupRepresenting Canada is becoming routine for Brantford basketball player Kendra
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 13 days ago
Representing Canada is becoming routine for Brantford basketball player Kendra Van Leeuwen but she takes nothing for granted. Van Leeuwen, 19, is one of 12 players who will compete for Canada at the FIBA Under-19 Women's Basketball World Cup in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Arsenal are looking for love in Sydney after a toxic year in the EPL"We're human beings," said Arsenal's towering defender Per Mertesacker, and wit
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
"We're human beings," said Arsenal's towering defender Per Mertesacker, and with that, everything started to make sense. Mertesacker had spent the afternoon laughing with Australian kids, helping run drills, teaching skills, tricks and even giving... Read more
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The Age
Arsenal are looking for love in Sydney after a toxic year in the EPL"We're human beings," said Arsenal's towering defender Per Mertesacker, and wit
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
"We're human beings," said Arsenal's towering defender Per Mertesacker, and with that, everything started to make sense. Mertesacker had spent the afternoon laughing with Australian kids, helping run drills, teaching skills, tricks and even giving... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Arsenal are looking for love in Sydney after a toxic year in the EPL"We're human beings," said Arsenal's towering defender Per Mertesacker, and wit
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
"We're human beings," said Arsenal's towering defender Per Mertesacker, and with that, everything started to make sense. Mertesacker had spent the afternoon laughing with Australian kids, helping run drills, teaching skills, tricks and even giving... Read more
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