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Ashley Cole 'hopes to win back Cheryl with a luxury Dubai home'
In a bid to woo ex-wife Cheryl back, Ashley Cole is reportedly pumping in millions into Dubai property. ANI

Mike Tyson returns to the ring for new TV show
Former heavyweight boxing champ Mike Tyson went back in the ring for one last time as part of his new documentary, 'Taking On Tyson'. ANI

Real game will start with World Cup quarterfinals: Waqar Younis
Pakistan, who secured their place in the last-eight stage of the 2011 World Cup by beating Zimbabwe on Monday, will have to raise their game as the real battle will start now, coach Waqar Younis has said. ANI

Botham backs Australia, South Africa to clash in WC finals
Former England captain and all-rounder Ian Botham does not believe India will make it to the final of this year's World Cup in Mumbai on April 2. He believes that an Australia-South Africa final is on the cards. ANI

For cricket's future, minnows must be encouraged: Roebuck
Cricket columnist Peter Roebuck has said that the International Cricket Council's (ICC's) move not to allow weaker teams to play in the 2015 World Cup would be a great disservice to the game in the long term. ANI

Aussies may review batting order ahead of clash with Canada
Australia may shift out-of-form batsman Cameron White up the order for Wednesday's World Cup Group A match against Canada in Bangalore. ANI

Hamilton to be managed by Beckham's manager
Lewis Hamilton has ended his year-long search for a new manager by teaming up with the sports and showbiz mogul who looks after David Beckham's interests.ccording to The Sun, the 26-year-old ace has signed for Simon Fuller's new company, XIX Entertainment. ANI

Capello earmarks Wilshere as England's future skipper
Coach Fabio Capello has earmarked Jack Wilshere as England's future skipper. ANI

Fergie targets century of Champions League wins
Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson is hoping to target his 100th Champions League win tonight. ANI

Swann becomes first to criticize England's 'ludicrous' schedule
Off-spinner Graeme Swann has become the first England player publicly to criticize the team's "ludicrous" schedule. ANI

Desperate Wenger turns to veteran Jens to revive Arsenal's fortunes
A desperate Arsene Wenger has turned to veteran goalkeeper Jens to revive Arsenal's football fortunes. ANI

Lampard rubbishes ex's claims of evicting her grand mom
Chelsea football star Frank Lampard has slammed ex-girlfriend Elen Rivas over claims that he is kicking out her frail 98-year-old grandmother from his Spanish apartment. ANI

Fabio betrays Ferdinand, says Terry will regain captain's armband
England boss Fabio Capello has confirmed that John Terry will regain the captain's armband even though his assistant assured Rio Ferdinand on Sunday that he would keep the job on his return from injury. ANI

Man U battling to keep 'unhappy' Nani
Manchester United is facing a battle to keep star winger Nani, as the Portuguese striker wants to discuss a new contract and wage rise on the back of his good season. ANI

Pakistan targets Australia to top Group A
Pakistan qualified for the World Cup quarter-finals, but captain Shahid Afridi is more concerned about victory against Australia on Saturday when they will target the top spot in Group A. ANI

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