Miscellany

From Associated Press

Gerald McClellan remained in critical but stable condition on a life-support machine in London, where he had a large blood clot removed from his brain after being stopped by Nigel Benn in a WBC super-middleweight title fight Saturday night.

Meanwhile, the referee of Saturday's bout, Alfred Asaro, said he was not to blame for failing to stop it before the 10th-round knockout and indicated the fallen fighter's corner might have let him down.

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Belgian police deported more than 140 English fans in a major operation to combat soccer hooliganism ahead of Chelsea's European Cup Winners' Cup match today against Club Brugge.

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Connecticut remained No. 1 in the Associated Press women's basketball poll.

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