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Diego Maradona

Diego Maradona suffered a heart attack on Wednesday morning two weeks after being released from the hospital following a brain bleed. The soccer star born in Buenos Aires is known for winning the World Cup back in 1986, knocking England out of the tournament while scoring the iconic 'Hand of God' goal.

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Megan Rapinoe

Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird have some exciting news to share. The athletes have taken a major step in their relationship, becoming fiancés! WNBA Seattle Storm basketball guard Sue Bird broke the news about their pending nuptials in an Instagram post on Friday evening.

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Stars like Natalie Portman and Serena Williams are set to bring a pro women's soccer team to the sunny city of Los Angeles.

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Major League Soccer announced that the league will resume play on July 8th with a World Cup-style tournament involving all 26 MLS clubs. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the MLS suspended its season in March, joining every major sports league in shutting down during the pandemic.

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