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Russian <strong>football</strong> union rejects reports of coach Capello quitting

Russian football union rejects reports of coach Capello quitting

04 Oct 2014

Moscow: The Russian Football Union has denied any rift between its chief Nikolay Tolstykh and head coach Fabio Capello after reports that the Italian was preparing to quit.

Russian football,   Fabio Capello,   Russian team,   World Cup,   former England coach ,  
Suarez back in business after biting shame, Japan edge Jamaica

Suarez back in business after biting shame, Japan edge Jamaica

11 Oct 2014

Paris: Luis Suarez returned for Uruguay for the first time since his infamous World Cup biting shame and helped the South Americans to a 1-1 friendly draw against Saudi Arabia.

Luis Suarez,   Uruguay,   Saudi Arabia,   football,   biting shame,   World Cup,   striker,  
I'm now showing Brazil form with Barca, says Neymar

I'm now showing Brazil form with Barca, says Neymar

21 Oct 2014

Barcelona: Neymar is reproducing his Brazil form with Barcelona because he was now feeling more relaxed, the forward said on Monday.

Barcelona,   Neymar,   World Cup,   Brazil,   top scorer,   La Liga,   training,  
ISL will change the face of Indian <strong>football</strong>: Tendulkar

ISL will change the face of Indian football: Tendulkar

13 Oct 2014

Guwahati: Sachin Tendulkar feels that Indian Super League has begun on the right note and the "fantastic start" on Sunday would be a huge boost towards changing the face of the game in the country.

Sachin Tendulkar,   Indian Super League,   ISL ,  
Pakistan will struggle in <strong>World</strong> Cup: Aamir Sohail

Pakistan will struggle in World Cup: Aamir Sohail

18 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Former captain Aamir Sohail predicted that Pakistan will have tough times in the cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand early next year as the team does not have quality back-up players.

Aamir Sohail,   Pakistan cricket team,   Cricket World Cup,  
Success of ISL important for Indian <strong>football</strong>: John Abraham

Success of ISL important for Indian football: John Abraham

12 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Northeast United FC, the team from the land that loves its football, is ready to launch its ISL campaign on Monday against Kerala Blasters and the club’s co-owner, Bollywood star John Abraham, is finding it difficult to keep his enthusiasm in check.

Northeast United FC,   ISL,   Kerala Blasters,   John Abraham ,  
Dani Alves blames media for Brazil's <strong>World</strong> Cup debacle

Dani Alves blames media for Brazil's World Cup debacle

04 Oct 2014

Sao Paulo: Dani Alves has blamed the media for Brazil's unsuccessful World Cup campaign but conceded that the team did not prepare properly ahead of the humiliating 7-1 defeat by Germany in the semi-final.

Dani Alves,   Brazil football team,   Brazil press,   Germany,   World Cup debacle,   semi final,  
Five-year-old Indian treks up to Everest base camp

Five-year-old Indian treks up to Everest base camp

22 Oct 2014

Patna: The parents of five-year-old Harshit Saumitra, the youngest climber to reach the base camp of Mount Everest, are trying to register their son's name in the Guinness World Records and Limca Book of Records.

five-year-old,   Harshit Saumitra,   youngest climber,   Everest base camp,   base camp,   Mount Everest,   Guinness World Records,   Limca Book of Records,   Rajeev Saumitra,   village Jogiyara Pator,   Bihar,   Darbhanga,  
Huge support will make <strong>football</strong> win: Nita Ambani

Huge support will make football win: Nita Ambani

11 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Overwhelmed at the build-up to the the Indian Super League, the founding chairperson of the tournament Nita Ambani on Saturday said football, ultimately, will be the winner in the country with the huge support it's getting.

Indian Super League,   Nita Ambani ,  
Nigeria officially Ebola free, says WHO

Nigeria officially Ebola free, says WHO

20 Oct 2014

Abuja: The World Health Organisation on Monday declared Nigeria officially Ebola-free, after 42 days – or two incubation periods -- without any new confirmed cases of the deadly virus.

World Health Organisation,   WHO,   Nigeria,   Ebola,   South Africa,  

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