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Turkey readying Ryder Cup bid for 2022 after Turkish Open success

Officials are looking at the European Tour's season-ending event in 2016 as a stepping stone to hosting Ryder Cup in nine years time

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 12 November 2013

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Tiger Woods makes history as he hits the first golf shots from East to West on Istanbul's iconic Bosphorus Bridge

Turkey displays global ambitions with 2022 Ryder Cup bid

The nation recently hosted the Turkish Airlines Open, which featured Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods boldly plays a wood from the trees at the Turkish Airlines Open

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Tiger Woods narrowly avoided an ‘international incident’, he claimed

Tiger Woods follows the money as Turkey enters global market

World No 1's appearance at country’s first European Tour event key in guaranteeing the desired media attention

Tiger Woods makes history as he hits the first golf shots from East to West on Istanbul's iconic Bosphorus Bridge

Tiger Woods hits golf ball from one continent to another as part of promotion for Turkey's first European Tour event

American being paid £1m to take part in Turkish Airlines Open

Northern Ireland's Michael O'Neill is determined to make a fresh start by addressing the talent drain to the Republic of Ireland

Michael O'Neill agrees two-year extension as Northern Ireland manager

O'Neill has been in charge since December 2011

Further proof emerges of Turkey’s genocide

The Turks are preparing to smother the 100th anniversary of their Holocaust against the Christian Armenians of the Ottoman Empire in 1915

Invisible Ink: No 194 - The Three Johns

It’s odd how many collaborative teams wrote sparkling comedy together but not drama; John Wells teamed with John Bird for a series of inspired political duologues called “The Long Johns”, which managed to predict the seriousness of the banking crisis, while John Fortune and John Wells found common ground to produce a now-forgotten surreal comic masterpiece.

Antonio Valencia could be on his way out of Old Trafford with Roberto Mancini interested in bringing him to Galatasaray

Transfer news: Roberto Mancini could move for Manchester United winger Antonio Valencia in bid to stamp his footprint on squad

Italian is keen on bringing the 28-year-old to Turkey after his demotion down the pecking order under David Moyes

Bayern Munich celebrate with the European Cup at Wembley in May

European super league involving Manchester United, PSG and Real Madrid 'will be a reality' in five years

Galatasary chairman makes bold claim that a new competition will soon exist - and the clubs earmarked to be involved will support it

Masked rebel fighters run past a journalist in the Salaheddin district of Aleppo last week

The Arab Spring backlash has killed any hope of a free and fearless press

World Focus: The sacking of journalists is seen as a way of keeping newsrooms timid and self-censored

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Turkish side leave Turin with 2-2 draw after late goal

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Europa League: Tottenham ready to face Anzhi Makhachkala side shorn of expensive talent

Suleyman Kerimov's project to turn small club in Dagestan into one of Europe's strongest through sheer weight of cash is over

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