Jan 25, 2014

All-pervading!

Even in a season blighted by injuries (Messi has been out injured for about 80 days on three different occasions this term — hamstring, thigh ...

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All-pervading!

Even in a season blighted by injuries (Messi has been out injured for about 80 days on three different occasions this term — hamstring, thigh ...

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Tribute to centre forwards

Of course we don’t often hear them called “centre forwards” nowadays; they are generically referred to as “strikers”. But the terms are often ...

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The Wrong Choice?

In charge of Manchester United that was crowned Champion of England in May, David Moyes has overseen its fall from grace, less than halfway ...

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Now an integral part of Arsenal

Olivier Giroud has come a long way since 2008 when he left Grenoble, having come through the ranks after joining their youth academy at the age ...

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Josh enjoys Cup outing

The Murphys, Josh and Jacob, have come through the Norwich academy and Josh scored a goal in the club’s youth cup final victory against Chelsea ...

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Many posers for the top brass

Notwithstanding the problems that had been plaguing volleyball for decades, the players plied their trade at the National Championship without ...

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‘We need more international exposure’

Tom Joseph, one of the tallest stars in Indian volleyball, spoke about his long association with the sport and the overall standard in the ...

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A soft spot for SW19

“My memories will always centre around Wimbledon. It’s the best tournament in the world, it’s the one I grew up watching. I had some of my ...

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Wow! What a start

Stanislas Wawrinka’s triumph in Chennai was a win-win for the organisers as well as himself. It was the sort of assurance that the tournament ...

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Indians dominate

India emerged as the strongest of all the nations that took part in various age categories, writes P.K. Ajith Kumar. India’s budding ...

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Lahiri on a high!

It was a dream come true for Anirban Lahiri, who had been longing to win a tournament at the Royal Calcutta Golf Club. Amitabha Das Sharma ...

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Swing and seam will be the order of the day

India’s campaign in New Zealand could give some valuable pointers for the future. By S. Dinakar. New Zealand is expected to prepare ...

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A solution for boosting the sport in India

“We want to support the Indian golfing fraternity by putting at least five players on the U.S. Tour and 10 on the European Tour,” says H. R.

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LUIS SUAREZ