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Sports News on June 23, 2011

C.J. has been nothing but a good big brother, says Laila Ali
Former professional boxer Laila Ali who was worried that her son would be jealous after the birth of her daughter has revealed that he is a good big brother. ANI

In form Cook could put heat on skipper Strauss
Former England skipper Michael Vaughan fears a glut of one-day runs from in form Alastair Cook could put pressure on incumbent Test skipper Andrew Strauss, even as the latter turns out for Somerset to get match fit for the series against India. ANI

PCB approves plan to revive international cricket series in Pakistan
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has approved a 2011-2012 deficit budget that envisages plans to revive international matches in the country. ANI

Fed up motorist gives Porsche to gun club for target practice
A fed up motorist decided to get shot of his duff Porsche by giving it to a gun club for target practice. ANI

Ashley Cole irks neighbours as he turns LA street into 'pig sty'
It has emerged that Ashley Cole, who is staying in rented home in LA, has enraged his neighbours for turning the affluent street Beverly Hills street into a 'pig sty'. ANI

Murray spends day off watching cult horror movie 'Scream'
British tennis champion Andy Murray spent his day off on Tuesday chilling in front of the cult scary movie "Scream". ANI

PCB to overhaul cricket club structure
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) plans to overhaul the country's club cricket structure. ANI

'Chelsea elder players have no choice but to respect new manager'
Former Chelsea ace Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has said that the club's elder players will have no choice but to respect new manager Andre Villas-Boas. ANI

FIFA report reveals evidence against Jack Warner, Bin Hammam
Jack Warner and Mohamed Bin Hammam, the two key FIFA members accused of bribery, are likely to be convicted. ANI

Injured Woods to miss AT andT National next week
American golfer Tiger Woods will not participate in the AT and T National Tournament next week as he is still recovering from a knee and Achilles injury. ANI

McIlory saddened by Ireland violence
US Open winner Rory McIlory has expressed sadness over fresh sectarian violence in Ireland. ANI

Alonso hopes to end title drought in Spain
Formula One ace Fernando Alonso hopes to end his title drought in Spain by winning Sunday's European Grand Prix. ANI

Tevez's salary scared Inter Milan from signing him
Inter Milan is no more interested in ace striker Carlos Tevez due to his 150,000 pounds-a-week wages. ANI

PCB issues notices to Hafeez, Akmal for unauthorised media interview
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has issued show-cause notices to cricketers Mohammad Hafeez and Umar Akmal for giving unauthorised interviews to the media. ANI

Frank Lampard irks neighbours over noisy house construction
England footballer Frank Lampard has angered his neighbours because the undergoing construction at his house is making too much noise. ANI

PCB to probe charges against national selector Illyas
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has constituted a two-member committee to probe charges of indiscipline against suspended national selector Mohammad Illyas. ANI

Ryab Giggs's sis-in-law hooks up with gay drag queen
Ryan Giggs's sister-in-law, who is said to be finding it very hard to trust any man again after her split from the cheating soccer star and her husband Rhodri, is finding solace in the company of a gay drag queen, it has emerged. ANI

New Chelsea boss vows to win four trophies to keep Abramovich happy
Chelsea's new boss Andre Villas-Boas, who won four trophies last year, has said that he has to lead the club to the quadruple to keep owner Roman Abramovich happy. ANI

Gayle, Muralitharan's big money demand for Big Bash creates payment storm
Former West Indies captain Gayle is demanding 250,000 dollars to play in the six-week KFC Twenty20 Big Bash tournament this season, after receiving 100,000 dollars from Western Australia last season. ANI

Man City targets Lyon defender Cissokho
Manchester City is closing in on 20 million pounds-rated Lyon defender Aly Cissokho. ANI

Sammy hopeful of victory after Dravid puts India in commanding position
West Indies captain Darren Sammy believes his team is capable of winning the first Test match against India, after Rahul Dravid put India in commanding position with his fighting hundred. ANI

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