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BUENOS AIRES http://www.lionsrookiestore.com/Lions-T … on-Jersey/ , April 17 (Xinhua) -- A football fan has died after being attacked by rival supporters during a match in Argentina's top division.


Emanuel Balbo was taken to the Emergency Hospital in Cordoba after being beaten and pushed off the edge of a stand during the 1-1 draw between Belgrano and Talleres at Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes.


He was left in a coma before being pronounced brain died by doctors on Monday.


"Club Atletico Belgrano is profoundly saddened by the death of Emanuel Balbo," Belgrano said in a statement.


"This is not about giving effective speeches, but about in-depth action in the corresponding area," the club added. "That is the real and true commitment of this club. Our condolences to the family and friends. Rest in peace http://www.lionsrookiestore.com/Lions-T … ad-Jersey/ , Emanuel."


Another fan, Diego Frydman, also suffered injuries during the clashes, according to local media reports.


The Argentine Football Association (AFA) offered condolences to Balbo's family and vowed to work with police to find the attackers.


"This house rejects all these actions http://www.lionsrookiestore.com/Lions-Tj-Lang-Jersey/ , which are those of criminals who deal so much damage to society as a whole and particularly to the footballing family," AFA said in a statement.


"We will offer all possible collaboration with the security services to determine those responsible for this inconceivable aggression, articulating the necessary measures to ensure that incidents such as this do not ever happen again in any Argentine football stadium."


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CHINESE Super League champion Guangzhou Evergrande has been fined and handed a suspended two-match stadium ban after its fans unfurled a “British dogs” banner during an AFC Champions League match at Eastern in China’s Hong Kong last month.


The banner was displayed late in Guangzhou’s 6-0 win over the Hong Kong champion on April 25. Guangzhou, two-time winner of the continental competition, was found guilty of two offenses; the first under an Asian Football Confederation disciplinary and ethics code with the second related to spectator misconduct. “Guangzhou Evergrande were ordered to play two future matches in AFC club competitions which they host in China PR without spectators, with both matches suspended for a probationary period of two years http://www.lionsrookiestore.com/Lions-S … in-Jersey/ ,” the AFC said in a statement yesterday. “They were also fined US$22,500.”


NAIROBI, Aug. 11 (Xinhua) -- The ongoing 2017 IAAF World Athletics Championships in London marked the retirement from track of two seasoned athletes.


Jamaica's Usain Bolt and Ezekiel Kemboi of Kenya ran the good race and have passed the baton to the next generation after dominating the short sprints and steeplechase events which were their respective specialty.


"The duo are multiple Olympic and world gold medalists who dominated their events for over a decade and their departure from track has created a vacuum that will not be easily filled," former world marathon champion http://www.lionsrookiestore.com/Lions-R … er-Jersey/ , Douglas Wakiihuri told Xinhua on Friday.


"They have done a good job and it is time to pass the baton to the next generation. However, the big question is whether there are athletes who have worked hard enough in the last two years to be able to fit into their big shoes," Wakiihuri said.


Bolt has called it quits at the age of 30 after his career in the 100m and 200m captured the attention and admiration of the world as the fastest man on earth for over a decade.


However, during his final race when it was anticipated he would bid the world with a golden farewell http://www.lionsrookiestore.com/Lions-Q … gs-Jersey/ , he lost to a controversial athlete - Justin Gatlin who has a dope-tainted career - who beat him into third place in a tight finish.


"He competed on a clean slate for his entire career especially at a time when the sport wallowed under the shadow of doping insinuation that saw the biggest scandal to rock track and field which culminated into Russia being banned from the 2016 Olympics after systematic doping routine was exposed," former Kenyan international shot-putter, Elizabeth Olaba said.


Bolt is the owner of all four of the fastest times in the 100m his world record of 9.58 remaining unbeaten for eight year since he achieved the feat in Berlin in 2009.


Ezekiel Kemboi has dominated the 3,000m steeplechase race like the proverbial Colossus during which time he has won four world championships and two Olympic titles all between 2004 and 2015 in the 3 http://www.lionsrookiestore.com/Lions-P … ow-Jersey/ ,000m steeplechase event.


His personal best time of 7:55.76 he set in Monaco in 2011 places him as the sixth fastest of all time.


The decorated 35-year old king of celebration retired from the water-and-barrier event after he finished in 11th place at the global event and confirmed he was turning to road running.


Known for his celebrations that ranged from dancing, going shirtless and fancy hairstyles to wearing the Kenyan flag as a skirt, Kemboi was a master of controversy in his native country.


"Kemboi's countryman, Conseslus Kipruto http://www.lionsrookiestore.com/Lions-N … re-Jersey/ , the reigning world and Olympic champion who understudied his mentor for several years is no doubt his successor," George Kariuki, the chairman of Athletics Kenya Nairobi branch remarked.


Kipruto finished 15 seconds ahead of Kemboi during the London finals to extend Kenya's dynasty to nine straight Olympic and world steeplechase titles.


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