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Patriots owner calls Deflate-gate 'overblown'
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, pictured on July 29, 2015, called the "Deflate-gate" controversy the "most overblown story in recent NFL history"Speaking at a Patriots charity function on Tuesday night in Foxboro, Massachusetts, the 74-year-old Kraft said he had explained to Patriots players and staff how he thought they should proceed with preparations for the 2015 season in the face of the ongoing saga. "I spoke on behalf of the team and addressed the organization's position regarding, in my opinion, the most overblown story in recent NFL history," Kraft said. Brady, who is fighting a four-game suspension over the controversy, mentioned it publicly for just the second time since a league investigation found that he was probably "generally aware" that Patriots employees purposely deflated footballs below NFL minimum levels prior to the American Conference final playoff game.

McIlroy gets Final Series clearance
Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland watches his tee shot on the fifth hole during the final round of the 2015 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits in Sheboygan, Wisconsin on August 16, 2015Rory McIlroy will be able to play in the European Tour's Final Series tournaments after being given special exemption due to his ankle injury. The injury, sustained in a football kickabout with friends in July, meant that the world number one was unable to meet the 13-event qualification standard in order to remain in the Race to Dubai even though he currently leads the rankings. "I have spent the last two weeks examining every angle and every possible solution and I have spoken with Rory and his team, as well as independent medical advisers and some prominent players.


Global stocks slide ahead of U.S. jobs data
A pedestrian looks at an electronic board showing the stock market indices of various countries outside a brokerage in TokyoWorld shares slid towards their fourth weekly loss in the last five on Friday, as a boost from a supportive-sounding European Central Bank gave way to caution ahead of closely watched U.S. jobs data. Rumbling concerns about China had consigned Asian shares to a seventh straight weekly loss and Europe's markets started 1.3 to 1.6 percent in the red after gains of almost 2.5 percent on Thursday. Economists polled by Reuters expect the U.S. economy to have produced 220,000 new jobs last month, continuing the robust employment creation of the past five years.

G20 reforms important in light of low growth: Canada
Canada's Finance Minister Oliver speaks to employees at a tile and stone manufacturing company in TorontoBy Randall Palmer ANKARA (Reuters) - Structural reforms being planned by the world's major economies have taken on increased importance because global growth has fallen behind forecasts, Canadian Finance Minister Joe Oliver told Reuters on Friday. Oliver was speaking ahead of a meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors of the Group of 20 (G20) leading economies, which he said would focus on "how to deal with the instability and how to get growth growing again." Canada co-chairs with India a G20 committee on growth strategies, which were meant to add 2 percent to the world's economic activity over five years and which he said would achieve their purpose if carried out. "But in the mean time, events keep intervening, and there are serial disappointments, and what (International Monetary Fund Managing Director) Christine Lagarde has called 'the new mediocre' is something that we seem to be confronting." All this makes it more important than ever for G20 countries to deliver on promised plans, he said.

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