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Spanish Primera Liga football club, Real Sociedad have confirmed that coach Philippe Montanier will leave the club at the end of the current season. The side from the Basque city of San Sebastian issued a communique Tuesday in which they admit Montainier has turned down the club's offer of a new contract, reports Xinhua. According to the club, Montanier has "communicated to Real Sociedad the ...
Serbia-born Sredojevic Milutin has been confirmed as the new coach of Uganda's national football team. He signed a two-year contract Tuesday and will start his work with an away friendly game to Libya June 1, reports Xinhua. The Federation of Uganda Football Association, the country's football governing body, unveiled the coach at its headquarters in the capital here. The appointment follows ...
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England coach Andy Flower has prohibited England's cricketers from public discussions about the Ashes until next month. The players will face disciplinary actions if they speak in interviews or write on Twitter about the two-test series against Australia, Sydney Morning Herald reports. Sources said that Flower wants the players to focus on New Zealand series and the ICC Champions Trophy ...
Cricket Australia (CA) has said that it hopes for changes in the Citizenship Act by next month that will allow leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed to play his first Ashes Test in England. The Pakistan-born spinner will have to wait for applying for a passport until any legislation change takes place in the four sitting weeks of parliamentary session before the election and the cricket series begins, ...
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Some people have been describing About Schmidt as a black comedy, and while it does have its share of darkly comedic moments, overall it is an earnest existential drama about a 67-year-old man trying to come to grips with the meaninglessness of his life. I suspect that people want to view it as a black comedy because it was directed by Alexander Payne and cowritten by Payne and Jim Taylor, ... ...
Pakistan cricket team coach Dav Whatmore has backed captain Misbah-ul-Haq's batting skills. PakPassion quoted Whatmore as saying that Misbah has inspired other batsmen with his efforts and performance, although rotation and change in the battiing order is always an open option. Whatmore said that Misbah's enthusiastic zeal has motivated other players to bring the same passion to their ...
Cricket Australia (CA) has announced that the country's top female cricketers will now earn up to 80,000 dollars within a year. The women team has won Women's World Cup and the T20 trophy, prompting CA to consider female cricket as professional, News.com.au reports. CA chief executive James Sutherland compared the women's cricket team to the men's cricket club, saying that the association ...
Australian opener David Warner is expected to plead guilty before a Cricket Australia (CA) hearing via teleconference from India with regard to a series of hostile tweets that he directed at News Limited journalists Robert Craddock and Malcolm Conn while playing for the Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Warner could face sanctions ranging from a fine, suspension, reprimand or ...
It will be a do-or-die match for Indian women's football team when they face Chinese Taipei in their next group D match of the AFC Women's Asian Cup (qualifiers) here Wednesday. The Indian team despite giving a good account of themselves against Myanmar in their opening game of the have their backs to wall after a 0-2 reversal. Against Chinese Taipei, who pumped in six goals against hosts ...
Australia's opening batsman David Warner was Wednesday found guilty of breaching the Cricket Australia (CA) Code of Behaviour and was fined $5,750 for his twitter rant. Warner, who pleaded guilty, received the maximum financial penalty for a first offence under rule 6 of CA's Code of Behaviour, CA said in a statement. "In hindsight, clearly I let my frustrations get the better of me and posted ...
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Fighting between Taliban militants and Afghan government forces has erupted in a highly-volatile corner of Helmand province.
Afghan officials claimed victory Wednesday in southern Helmand province, saying they turned back a series of attacks by Taliban militants in Sangin. A spokesman for the provincial governor estimated the number of attackers at close to 1,000, including Arabs and Chechens linked to al-Qaida.
Taliban officials also claimed victory in the Sangin offensive, telling reporters [via text message] that their forces had taken over at least three police posts.
Various Afghan officials put the total death toll in Sangin at four to six Afghan police officers, and up to about 20 insurgents.
Separately, the suicide bombing at a marketplace in central Ghazni province killed an anti-Taliban village elder and at least three others. Officials said 14 others were wounded.
This is the traditional start of the summer fighting season in Afghanistan and more of the burden is being put on Afghan forces as NATO and coalition troops continue to draw down.
Some officials say with so much at stake for both the Afghan government and the Taliban, they are wary of claims made by either side. ...
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