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  • Ex-All Blacks Skipper Collins joins Narbonne

    20 Jan 2015 : NARBONNE (FRANCE) - Former All Blacks captain and back-row forward Jerry Collins has joined second-flight French club Narbonne as a stop-gap for the injured Rocky Elsom, the club said Monday.

  • Sub Sow snatches late Senegal winner

    20 Jan 2015 : MONGOMO (EQUATORIAL GUINEA) - Substitute Moussa Sow snatched a stoppage-time winner as Senegal hit back to defeat Ghana 2-1 Monday in the Africa Cup of Nations Group C opener.

  • Rodgers ignores Liverpool's poor Chelsea record

    20 Jan 2015 : LONDON - Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is confident his side can put their recent run of results against Chelsea behind them when they face the Premier League leaders' in the first leg of an English League Cup semi-final at Anfield on Tuesday.

  • Capote author of remarkable win for Qatar

    20 Jan 2015 : Cuban-born Rafael Capote's 12 goals helped hosts Qatar pull off a major shock at the Men’s World Handball championships on Monday when they defeated highly-fancied Slovenia 31-29 to give them a prized place in the last 16.

  • Russian football boss under threat over unpaid Capello wages

    19 Jan 2015 : MOSCOW - Russia's Football Union (RFU) boss Nikolai Tolstykh faces the sack over a six-month failure to pay the wages of national team manager Fabio Capello, local media reported Monday.

  • Toure relishing responsibility as Ivory Coast skipper

    19 Jan 2015 : Ivory Coast captain Yaya Toure, the reigning African footballer of the year, admits he is enjoying the responsibility that comes with leading the Elephants' new generation into this year's Africa Cup of Nations.

  • Gucci gold for Iranians after 'selfie' ban

    19 Jan 2015 : Iran snatched a dramatic late winner against the United Arab Emirates at the Asian Cup on Monday -- but were careful not to celebrate by taking "selfies" with female fans.

  • Sharapova wins at Australian Open as Ivanovic tumbles

    19 Jan 2015 : MELBOURNE - Second seed Maria Sharapova powered into the Australian Open second round Monday as fifth ranked Ana Ivanovic crashed out on a day of upsets in the season-opening Grand Slam.

  • Redknapp going nowhere says QPR chief Fernandes

    19 Jan 2015 : LONDON - Harry Redknapp will remain as manager of Premier League strugglers Queens Park Rangers, club chairman Tony Fernandes insisted Monday following suggestions he was about to sack the veteran English boss.

  • Nadal, Murray cruise at Australian Open as Ivanovic crashes

    19 Jan 2015 : Big guns Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova successfully blasted their way into the Australian Open second round Monday but the Grand Slam dream of Ana Ivanovic was shattered.

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