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Football fans and players had to dive for cover after gunshots were heard near a stadium in Mexico.

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Since promotion to the Premier League in 2008, Stoke have gone from strength-to-strength and after last season's FA Cup final appearance, find themselves playing in Europe this year.

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Sylvain Marveaux, the French left winger that Liverpool have spent months trying to bring to Anfield, has failed a fitness test.

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Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre believes losses like the £20m reported by the club in their latest set of accounts can now confidently be consigned to a different era.

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