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Arrest warrant issued against Rio Ferdinand's brother for skipping court date
England captain Rio Ferdinands brother, Anton, has been issued a warrant after he failed to show up for a court appearance. ANI

Liverpool's American owners accept selling club now 'inevitable'
Liverpool owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett have finally accepted that they must sell the club this month, and promised not to force the club into administration if they win their High Court battle with their rival directors today. ANI

Man U midfielder Anderson eyes return to Porto
Manchester United midfielder Anderson has revealed that he hopes to return to Porto at some stage. ANI

News from the world of Sports with a special focus on Cricket for October 18, 2008

India in strong position, Australia trail by 367 runs
Sourav Ganguly notched up his 16th Test century while stand-in skipper MS Dhoni missed the mark by a whisker before Indian pace battery landed late blows on Australia to put India in the drivers seat on day two of the second cricket Test in Mohali on Saturday. ANI

Hamilton says he is not a dangerous driver
British Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton has rejected claims that he is a dangerous driver. ANI

ICC confirms 2010 event in the West Indies will be World Twenty20
ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat today confirmed the ICC event scheduled for 2010 in the West Indies will be a World Twenty20. ANI

Ex-Chelsea ace says he knows 12 gay footie stars
Ex-Chelsea ace Paul Elliott has said he knows of 12 football stars who are gay.He said they have not come out of the closet for fear of homophobic chants. ANI

Venables believes Roo is a quiter version of Gazza
Former England football team manager and Chelsea star Terry Venables believes that both Wayne Rooney and Paul Gascoigne are similar in their playing styles in more ways than one, and wonders whether the former can cope with all the hype and expectations created by his talent. But he says that unlike Gazza, Roo is more of an introvert. ANI

Wenger says Arsenal can win Premier League title in 2008-09
Arsenal manager and coach Arsene Wenger has predicted that his team has the potential to lift this years Premier League title, saying its hunger for wins will keep opponents on their toes. ANI

Fergie says Roo wont be as lazy as Lineker
Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson does not believe that Wayne Rooney will be satisfied waiting for the ball to come to him to score goals like former Englander player Gary Lineker.Fergie said: I have watched Gary Lineker never kick a ball in a game and still end up with two goals. But players like Wayne cannot accept that and feel like they have to play well. ANI

Gazza facing bankruptcy
Fallen England soccer idol Paul Gascoigne is facing bankruptcy. ANI

Allan Lamb says Ponting can surpass Tendulkars world record of maximum Test runs
Former English batsman Allan Lamb has said that though Indian master blaster Sachin was a brilliant cricketer, but Australian captain Ricky Ponting was closely chasing his world record of maximum Test runs. ANI

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