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Michael Laudrup has vowed Swansea will continue to play their traditional passing game under his leadership.

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Former Swansea manager Jan Molby believes his old club and compatriot Michael Laudrup are a "match made in heaven".

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Swansea could announce a replacement for departed manager Brendan Rodgers before the weekend, with former Denmark international Michael Laudrup emerging as the favourite in the last few days.

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Coach Manuel Preciado dies of heart attack day before unveiling as new Villarreal manager

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A British tourist has died after reportedly falling from a hotel balcony in Majorca - the third Briton to die on the Spanish island in less than a month.

Spanish court drops Saudi prince's rape case

A court has dropped a rape case against a Saudi prince, saying his accuser's allegations were inconsistent.

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For months Iñaki Urdangarin, the King of Spain's son-in-law, has been at the centre of a full-scale legal investigation – and correspondingly sensational newspaper headlines – about the alleged siphoning off millions of euros of public money to tax havens across the world.

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Today: The world's largest winter carnival is taking place in Québec City. The annual event has been running since 1894 and continues with night parades, snow sculptures, sleigh rides, husky races and an Arctic Spas Village in the Canadian city until Sunday 12 February(carnaval.qc.ca).

Shakhtar Donetsk star Willian is the subject of a bid from Chelsea

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Chelsea have failed with a bid to sign Shakhtar Donetsk star Willian, according to the Ukrainian champions.

Spanish royal ordered to court over claims

A judge yesterday subpoenaed the son-in-law of Spain's King Juan Carlos to testify as a suspect in a corruption case, deepening a public relations nightmare for the royal family at a time of acute economic crisis.

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