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Fletcher rules out dictatorial approach with Team India
Newly appointed Team India coach Duncan Fletcher on Friday said that he does not believe in dictatorial style and will instead offer advice in dealing with the challenge of coaching a team brimming with stars. ANI

Celtic manager Neil Lennon sent 'suspect package'
Celtic manager Neil Lennon was the target of another death threat when a package addressed to him containing a bullet was sent to his club's ground. ANI

Lewis Hamilton 'has no problem in Nicole Scherzinger working with Steve Jones'
Ladies' man Steve Jones, who is co-hosting the upcoming 'US X Factor' alongside Lewis Hamilton's missus Nicole Scherzinger, is certainly not going to be an intimidating factor for the F1 driver. ANI

Green considering not playing for England
West Ham keeper Robert Green is thinking of quitting England after Ben Foster stepped down to focus on his club career with Birmingham. ANI

Adebayor keen to move to Tottenham
Striker Emmanuel Adebayor, who is still officially a Manchester City player, has said he would like a move to Tottenham, despite the club fans abusing him. ANI

Dalglish vows to bring glory days back to Liverpool fans
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has vowed to bring the glory days back to the fans who have been so desperate to see him back for good. ANI

Stoke accuses Man City of muscling them out of Cup final hotel
Stoke FC have accused Manchester City of flexing its financial muscle to bump the former out of their FA Cup final hotel. ANI

More work required to host floodlit Tests: Cricket Australia
Cricket Australia has said there is still much work to be done before Test cricket can be played at night as a request to try coloured ball at Sheffield Shield matches next summer will be considered next month. ANI

Bopara increases pressure on Morgan to book England Test spot
Indian origin batsman Ravi Bopara has increased pressure on Eoin Morgan by scoring his second century of the season to fill the spot vacated by Paul Collingwood. ANI

Gambhir to lead India against Windies in one-day tour
Opening batsman Gautam Gambhir will lead a 16-member Indian side against the West Indies in one Twenty20 match and five one-day internationals. The tour begins from June 4. ANI

Mancini seeks Silva's help to get Fabregas to Man City
Coach Roberto Mancini has called on David Silva to help him to bring Cesc Fabregas to Eastlands. ANI

Pak cricketer replies to PCB showcause notice
Pakistan's limited overs captain has responded to the showcause served on him for his statements to the media on the team selection. ANI

New Zealand Cricket all set to sign Donald again as bowling coach
New Zealand Cricket is all set to sign Allan Donald again as bowling coach in the next few days after Australia selected Craig McDermott as their bowling coach. ANI

'Old man' Woods may have played his last round of golf
The four majors that Tiger Woods requires to equal the record of Jack Nicklaus suddenly look like an impossible dream in the wake of him walking out of the Players Championship here with pain in his knee, Achilles and calf. ANI

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