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LaLiga has expanded its partnership with Twitch by engaging online influencers to deliver alternative match commentaries to new generations of Spanish football fans across the globe. The early results are encouraging for LaLiga, its content creators, and the digital service

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Suleyman Mikayilov has put in place a comprehensive plan to bring AIBA back from the brink of financial oblivion and safeguard the international federation’s long-term future if he secures the presidency this Saturday.

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