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Klitschko warns Hayes not to wear sick T-shirt again
Wladimir Klitschko has dared heavyweight title rival David Haye to repeat his sick T-shirt stunt. ANI

Broad escapes axe, may play third Lanka-England Test
Fast bowler Stuart Broad has escaped the axe for next week's Third Test, despite his poor start to the summer. ANI

Greatbatch's future as 'selection manager' uncertain following NZ Cricket shake-up
The shake up in the New Zealand Cricket (NZC) board has made the future of Mark Greatbatch as national selection manager uncertain. ANI

Fergie's furious pep talk spurred Man U to 19th Premier League title
Defender Patrice Evra has revealed how a pep talk from manager Alex Ferguson inspired Manchester United to Premier League glory. ANI

Chelsea told to pay œ41m for Neymar
Chelsea has been told they will have to pay 41million pounds to sign Samba wonder kid Neymar. ANI

NZ Cricket axes Black Caps selection panel
New Zealand Cricket (NZC) has axed the Black Caps selection panel under a new system, giving the head coach of each team the responsibility for final team selection. ANI

Aston Villa close in on Martinez as boss
Aston Villa aims to make Roberto Martinez their new manager. ANI

Rhodri Giggs having 'horrendous time' following wife's affair with bro leak
Rhodri Giggs is having a 'horrendous time' and his world has turned upside down after learning of his wife's alleged eight-year affair with his brother, his pal Will Mellor has revealed. ANI

Jordan to quadruple his pay by joining Liverpool
Jordan Henderson will quadruple his wages with a 20 million pound move to Liverpool from Sunderland. ANI

Man U signs up Blackburn's Phil Jones for 16.5m pounds
Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson has taken his summer spending spree to 35 million pounds by signing Blackburn's Phil Jones for 16.5 million pounds. ANI

Sindh HC upholds overseas ban on Afridi, defers case hearing till June 16
The Sindh High Court (SHC) has upheld the Pakistan Cricket Board's decision to revoke permission for former captain Shahid Afridi to play abroad, and deferred further hearing in the case till June 16. ANI

Doncaster Rovers' woman mascot 'sacked over saucy photo shoot'
Bosses of Doncaster Rovers Football Club have given the red card to Britain's only woman mascot - after she 'disgraced the team' by posing in raunchy undies for a national lads mag. ANI

Qatar's 2022 FIFA World Cup stadium to be completed by 2015
Qatar's first stadium with cooling technology for the 2022 FIFA World Cup would reportedly be ready by 2015, seven years ahead of the tournament. ANI

Suspended Pak bowler Amir's penalty may be extended over ban breach
The five-year ban slapped on Pakistani bowler Mohammad Aamer by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on spot-fixing charges may be extended, as he was caught playing league cricket over the weekend in violation of the terms and conditions of his sanction. ANI

Ex-Oz player Slater roasts Cricket Australia, chief selector Hilditch for sacking Katich
Former Australian Test batsman Michael Slater has given Cricket Australia and the chairman of selectors Andrew Hilditch a roasting for sacking New South Wales and Australian opener Simon Katich. ANI

Teenage girl admits to lying about having sex, taking drugs with AFL agent
A 17-year-old girl who claimed she had sex and took drugs with a leading Australian Football League (AFL) player agent Ricky Nixon, has now said she made it all up. ANI

Klitschko dislikes Haye the man, but fears Hayes the boxer
Ukrainian boxer Wladimir Klitschko is being put through his paces three weeks before his Hamburg bout with English pugilist David Hayes, and he sees it as "the most serious challenge of my career". ANI

Muralitharan believes someone will break his Test record one day
Sri Lankan off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan believes that some genius will break his 800 Test wicket record. ANI

12-Test-old Pak batsman Azhar 'worried' over failing to score century so far
Pakistan Test cricketer Azhar Ali, who has won over fans and critics alike through his gritty batting, has expressed his worry over not being able to score a century so far. ANI

Now, Ryan Giggs' cheating sis-in-law's nude pics up for grabs
Looks like Ryan Giggs has kicked off a new trend of gagging orders. ANI

Flower backs Prior over 'freak accident'
England cricket team coach Andy Flower has backed wicketkeeper batsman Matt Prior over the 'freak accident' that broke a window at the Lord's cricket ground. ANI

Steyn excited to pair up with 'White Lightening' Donald
South African pacer Dale Steyn, who is the top-ranked Test bowler in the world, is excited about pairing with Allan Donald, who will now coach the Proteas bowlers. ANI

New Proteas ODI skipper De Villiers keen to lead from the front
South Africa's new one-day and Twenty20 captain A.B de Villiers has said that he won't be shying away from the additional responsibility, and added that he is looking forward to lead by example. ANI

Kirsten approached De Villiers to captain Proteas during an IPL match
South Africa's new cricket coach Gary Kirsten offered the role of Proteas skipper to AB de Villiers in Bangalore during an Indian Premier League (IPL) game. ANI

Ryan Giggs' cheating sis-in-law Natasha 'scored with five footie stars'
Ryan Giggs' cheating sister-in law Natasha romped with five footie stars, it has emerged. ANI

Ryan Giggs' aunt calls him sex addict who 'can't keep his trousers up'
Ryan Giggs' disgusted aunt has branded him a sex addict, who preys on women by using his star status as a high-profile footballer to get them into bed. ANI

UK Premier League wage costs rose by record 68 pct in 2009-10
The proportion of income that Premier League clubs spend on wages hit a record 68 percent in 2009-10, a report into football finances by Deloitte reveals. ANI

Bahrain Grand Prix will be cancelled without teams' support: Ecclestone
Formula One owner Bernie Ecclestone has admitted the Bahrain Grand Prix could be cancelled as the race cannot be rescheduled without the support of the teams. ANI

Kohli stars in India's rain affected victory over West Indies in 2nd ODI
India beat West Indies convincingly by seven-wickets in a rain-affected second one-day international and take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series. ANI

India cruise past Windies in 2nd ODI to lead series 2-0
India have taken a 2-0 lead in the five-match one-day series with a seven-wicket victory over a hapless West Indies. ANI

London unveils 'golden glow' 2012 Olympic torch
The 2012 London Olympics organizers have unveiled the golden torch that thousands of runners will use to carry the Olympic flame 8,000 miles to the opening ceremony. ANI

Pak Govt doesn't clear Wagah Border 'tennis peace match' over security concerns
The Pakistan government has refused to give clearance for a planned tennis 'peace match' between Aisam-ul-Haq of Pakistan and Rohan Bopanna of India at the Wagah Border, citing security reasons. ANI

Ryan Giggs's bro went after him with hammer over claims of fling with girlfriend
It has emerged that Ryan Giggs' brother Rhodri hunted the soccer star with a claw hammer after learning the player allegedly had a fling with his girlfriend. ANI

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