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# No Apologies

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Raheem Sterling defends dubious penalty award in England semi-final win
The Manchester City forward went to ground following a challenge by Joakim Maehle.
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Eminem said that he 'might have gone a bit too far' with the homophobic slurs on his new album
He didn’t apologise, however.
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Race storm Man Utd scout: I deserved sacking but stand by Facebook posts
Danish scout Torben Aakjaer was dismissed after making derogatory remarks against Muslims and immigrants.
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Paul Murphy: It would have been peaceful to hold Joan Burton for 12 hours
The Socialist TD has defended his actions in Saturday’s controversial protest.
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I don't think Priory Hall is a shoddy building --- Tom McFeely
“I don’t think it is any different than most of the other buildings in Dublin.”
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Kompany vows to maintain tough-tackling approach, considers appealing ban
The defender also refused to blame the referee.
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Long refuses to blame Hutton for Ireland heartache
The star claims the Aston Villa defender has nothing to apologise for, despite committing a tackle that left him on the sidelines for six weeks.
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Mourinho unrepentant after Super Cup brawl
According to a club spokesperson, Real Madrid manager José Mourinho has no intention of apologising for his role in the melee that brought last week’s Spanish Super Cup to an end.