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Barack Obama blasts poor refereeing decisions against the Detroit Lions

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The NFL have finally admitted that their referees made costly errors in the Lions - Cowboys playoff game last Sunday. The League have apparently apologised for missing a holding call on a crucial Cowboys 4th down, that led to a touchdown. Sticking with that same game, President Barrack Obama has now come out and said he would be annoyed if he was a Lions fan, who had multiple controversial calls go against them in the game. To college football, where Jameis Winston is reportedly set to declare for the 2015 NFL draft, well according to his Dad that is. Winston is expected to be the 2nd quarterback selected behind Marcus Mariota. And finally, LA Galaxy manager Bruce Arena has confirmed that Steven Gerrard will be joining his team in MLS. According to Arena, Gerrard's move from Liverpool will be confirmed on Wednesday. That's all for today, check back next time.

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