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# spygate

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# Snooping
'Good luck to them' - England don't see any advantage in spying on training
Defence coach John Mitchell understands the pressure the All Blacks come under from home.
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'Take my word of honour': Brazil manager denies using drone to spy on Peru at Copa America
Amid accusations of spying, Tite has denied that he used a drone to watch his opponent’s training.
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Lampard and Derby players belt out chant Leeds fans made up about them after play-off win
The Rams boss mimicked wiping away tears as the squad celebrated in the dressing room.
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Roofe gives Leeds play-off advantage as Bielsa's men leave Derby with crucial semi-final win
Kemar Roofe’s second-half strike gave Leeds a one-goal advantage at Pride Park on Saturday afternoon.
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Leeds fined £200,000 by EFL for 'spygate' incident involving Frank Lampard's Derby
Marcelo Bielsa sent a member of his staff to watch a Derby County training session in January.
# Cultural Differences
'In other countries, everyone does it' - Guardiola makes spying admission
The Manchester City boss says espionage tactics are the norm outside English football.
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South Korean players swapped shirt numbers to try to confuse opposition scouts
“It’s very difficult for Westerners to distinguish between Asians,” Shin Tae-yong said.
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Sale sack winger after alleged leak of team information to his brother
The Premiership club have taken action after a disciplinary hearing.
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Jim McGuinness reckons that spying is commonplace at elite level in GAA
McGuinness insists that the man caught watching a Kerry training session last weekend had nothing to do with Donegal.
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The spy who loved tree: GAA espionage climbs to a new level
Reports emerged this morning of a spying incident at a closed Kerry training session.
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German spy chiefs will travel to US to demand explanations
Allegations of US spying has caused “a moment of tension” with some allies, admitted the US.