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Spanish manager Del Bosque becomes first to complete treble of CL, WC and Euros
Spanish coach Vicente Del Bosque has engrossed his name in the history of football by completing a treble of winning three major tournaments as a manager, which includes the Champions League during his spell as Real Madrid manager, the World Cup and the Euro Cup with the Spanish national team.

Coach Low given full backing by German FA despite Euro SF exit
The German Football Association has given coach Joachim Low its full backing despite yet another failure to cross the semifinal mark in a major tournament.

Italy coach asks his team to focus on semi-final with Germany
Italy coach Cesare Prandelli has asked his side to move on from their England glory and focus on Thursday's semi-final with Germany in Warsaw.

Alonso under no illusion Spain is the team all will want to beat at Euro 2012
Spain appear to be in no mood to surrender the European Championship title which they won four years ago after a 44-year-long wait.

'Kaiser' Beckenbauer fancies 2008 Germany-Spain final repeat in 2012
FIFA World Cup winner Franz Beckenbauer is predicting a Germany-Spain final at the European Championships 2012.he German great, who won the World Cup as a player and manager, fancies a repeat of the Euro 2008 decider which Spain won 1-0.

Arshavin says 'dark horse' tag fully deserved by Russia
Russian captain Andrey Arshavin has said that his team absolutely deserves the 'dark horses' tag and claimed that he had no clue Russia can achieve at Euro 2012.

Van Marwijk includes uncapped Willems and Narsingh in Euro 2012 squad
Netherlands coach Bert van Marwijk named his definite 23-man squad for Euro 2012 on Saturday, including uncapped Jetro Willems and Luciano Narsingh.

Spanish midfielder Silva says he wants to stay with Man City
Manchester City midfielder David Silva has hinted he is happy to stay at the club, and is focused in helping them win their first Premier League trophy since 1968.

City's David Silva reveals he's been playing regularly with ankle injury for four years
Manchester City midfielder David Silva has revealed he has been playing with a wounded ankle for the past four years, and added that playing in England with full fitness is almost impossible due to Premier League's grueling schedule.

Darren Bent ready for his big England audition
Striker Darren Bent has said that he is ready for his England 'audition' to prove he can fill Wayne Rooney's boots.

No one can touch world champions Spain, says Pepe Reina
Liverpool and Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina has said that no one can touch world champions Spain insofar as its slick style of play is concerned.

FA yet to start search for Capello's replacement
The England The Football Association is yet to start its search for a replacement for coach Fabio Capello, who is due to step down from his position after the 2012 European Championships, if England qualify.

David de Gea will be good for Man U's future: Casillas
Three-time winner of the FIFA World's Best Keeper award Iker Casillas has paid glowing tribute to David de Gea, the 20-year-old who will replace Edwin van der Sar as Manchester United's goalkeeper.

Samir says will snub Gallas again
Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri has said that he will snub former teammate William Gallas again tonight.

England not cheated out of 2018 World Cup bid: Putin
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has said that England was not "cheated" out of holding the 2018 World Cup.

Salt Lake Stadium FieldTurf Field Earns FIFA 2-Star Certification
The world’s second largest stadium by capacity has earned FIFA 2-Star recommended status and simultaneously becomes the only field in India to be FIFA Recommended. The FIFA Recommended 2-Star designation is the highest synthetic turf rating from FIFA and is issued after a battery of tests are performed by a FIFA approved testing agent

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