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A-Rod spotted on date with leggy brunette
Alex Rodriguez was spotted dining with an "attractive dark-haired female" at the Delano in South Beach on Saturday. ANI

Keibler knew 'it's love' when Clooney attended NFL game despite elbow surgery
Stacy Keibler realized her love for George Clooney, when the actor showed up at an NFL game just after an elbow surgery two days ago. ANI

McIlroy's girl Wozniacki draws attention 'cavorting' with Henri Leconte
Golfer Rory McIlroy's girlfriend Caroline Wozniacki frolicked with veteran tennis star Henri Leconte during an exhibition charity tennis match. ANI

Giggs' ex Imogen makes mockery of gagging order in new photoshoot
She may be banned by the high court from divulging the lurid details about her relationship with Ryan Giggs. ANI

Manchester City will find their way round financial fair-play rules: Wenger
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has laughed off Manchester City's claim that they will stick to UEFA's Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules set to be introduced in the 2014-15 season. ANI

Adebayor eyeing permanent move to Tottenham Hotspur
Togolese footballer Emmanuel Adebayor says that he would love to stay with Tottenham Hotspur if the price is right. ANI

Tyson Fury under vile racist attacks following Twitter account hack
British heavyweight champion Tyson Fury claims that his Twitter account was hacked to put vile racist attacks on the web as his young son lay fighting for his life in hospital. ANI

Haye to fight Vitali Klitschko in March 2012
WBC champ Vitali Klitschko's world heavyweight title fight against David Haye will take place on March 3 in Dusseldorf. ANI

Harris vows to play through pain in New Zealand Test series
Australian fast bowler Ryan Harris insists that he is on track to overcome his hip problem to play in the two-Test series against New Zealand. ANI

Rixon not certain about staying with Australian team
A disappointed Steve Rixon has said he does not yet know whether he will be staying on with the Australian team after being overlooked for the head coach's job. ANI

Jessica White frolics in fishermen net for sexy bikini photo shoot
Jessica White was the picture of beauty as she posed for a sexy swimsuit shoot in Miami Beach recently. ANI

Australia's injury list to force changes in squad for New Zealand Test series: Clarke
Australian captain Michael Clarke has confirmed that Shane Watson, Shaun Marsh, Ryan Harris and Mitchell Johnson are all in doubt for the two-Test series against New Zealand. ANI

Ponting determined to keep playing Test cricket
Australian batsman Ricky Ponting has said that he is not thinking of retirement and is determined to play in the upcoming Test series against New Zealand. ANI

Clarke supports South African Arthur's appointment as Oz head coach
Australian captain Michael Clarke has strongly endorsed Cricket Australia (CA)'s decision to appoint South African Mickey Arthur as the new head coach of the national team. ANI

Button not 'scared' of Brazil return year after attempted hijacking by armed bandits
British Formula One driver Jenson Button insists that he is not scared of returning to Brazil, where he was targeted by machine-gun toting bandits ahead of the 2010 Brazilian Grand Prix. ANI

'Axed' Christine Bleakley gushes about new job on breakfast show
Christine Bleakley and Adrian Chiles were seen again for the first time on ITV's breakfast show 'Daybreak' on Wednesday morning, since the news of their axing was declared. ANI

Cricket Australia to closely monitor Watson, Johnson injuries
Injured Australian cricketers Mitchell Johnson and Shane Watson will be monitored closely over the coming days to determine whether they'll be available to play in the first Test against New Zealand, staring December 1. ANI

Muhammad Asif 'appeals against his conviction, sentence' in spot-fixing row
Jailed Pakistan cricketer Muhammad Asif has launched an appeal against his conviction and sentence in last year's spot-fixing' scandal after changing his legal defence team. ANI

Kirsten 'generally happy with the way things went' in drawn Australia Test series
South African coach Gary Kirsten insists the just concluded two-Test series with Australia was a very competitive one, as both the teams were constantly trying to gain a commanding position. ANI

South African Arthur's appointment receives positive response from Oz press, public
Australian press and public appear to have embraced Cricket Australia (CA)'s decision to appoint South African Mickey Arthur as the new head coach. ANI

Beckham backs Redknapp to succeed Capello as England manager
Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder David Beckham has praised the managerial skills of Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Redknapp, saying that the 64-year-old is the perfect fit to succeed England manager Fabio Capello. ANI

Robbie Savage says wife plans revenge on him with hunky dance teacher
'Strictly Come Dancing' star Robbie Savage has revealed that his wife, Sarah, is planning to get her revenge on him by finding a handsome dancer to give her lessons at the end of the show. ANI

Nicole Scherzinger and Lewis Hamilton share sad, awkward hug in car park
Nicole Scherzinger embraced her ex-boyfriend Lewis Hamilton with a warm hug, at a car park in Los Angeles, but the F1 driver maintained his distance and did not reciprocate the gesture. ANI

Kirsten backs Imran Tahir to 'develop and grow as decent Test cricketer'
South African coach Gary Kirsten feels that leg-spinner Imran Tahir has the potential to become a decent Test match cricketer. ANI

Proteas cricket veterans safe for now: Hudson
South Africa's national convenor of selectors, Andrew Hudson, says they won't change much for the upcoming Test series against Sri Lanka, but hinted that some of the veteran players' future would be discussed after that series. ANI

Ponting all set to retain his place in Oz Test squad
Ricky Ponting, who is under enormous pressure to quit, will be retained for the first Test against New Zealand. ANI

Beckham rules out English Premier League return
Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder David Beckham has reiterated that the chances are slim of him making a return to England. ANI

'Cricket owes Haroon Lorgat a debt of gratitude for good leadership,' says Pawar
International Cricket Council (ICC) President Sharad Pawar has said that he is satisfied with outgoing Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat's contribution to the international governing body of cricket. ANI

India benefits from Proteas' failure to win Test series against Australia
India has moved up to second place on the ICC Test Championship table following the drawn Test series between South Africa and Australia, which concluded in dramatic circumstances in Johannesburg on Monday. ANI

Villas-Boas knows its matter of time before Chelsea fans bay for his blood
Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas reckons that his head is already on the chopping block following the club's miserable start to the season. ANI

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