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Sports News on November 27, 2011

Yuvraj battling non-malignant tumour, says Shabnam Singh
In a shocking revelation to millions of Indian cricket enthusiasts, cricketer Yuvraj Singh's mother Shabnam Singh on Sunday revealed that her son was suffering from non-malignant tumour, but was on the path of recovery. ANI

'Depressed' Brit striker Collymore describes latest bout of 'awful illness' as worst
Former British striker Stan Collymore has described the latest bout of depression as the worst and said that he spends days in bed without even opening his curtains. ANI

Cricket Australia's new selection panel highlights rotation policy
Cricket Australia (CA) will begin using a rotation policy this summer and will not consider players who are less than fully fit, new selection chief John Inverarity has said. ANI

'Rooney can become Man U's new Bobby Charlton'
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney can become the club's new Bobby Charlton, Red Devil legend Sammy McIlroy has said. ANI

Akram vows to 'walk any mile' to raise awareness about diabetes
Former Pakistan skipper and veteran bowler Wasim Akram, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the peak of his cricketing career, has vowed to ake people aware about how to lead a normal life with the condition. ANI

'Jet man' flies in formation alongside two planes over Swiss Alps
A self-styled "jet man" has performed a death-defying stunt by flying alongside two L-39C Albatros planes above the Swiss Alps. ANI

Becks takes sons shopping at upscale menswear store on 'Black Friday'
David Beckham was spotted taking his sons, Romeo and Cruz, shopping on the occasion of Black Friday. ANI

'I've got no thoughts of letting Ferdinand leave Man U," says Ferguson
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has denied rumours that he is planning to sell injury-prone defender Rio Ferdinand during the January transfer window. ANI

Federer aiming for record sixth World Tour Finals title
Swiss tennis star Roger Federer has his sights set on breaking more records after moving within one win of his sixth title at the prestigious end-of-season ATP World Tour Finals. ANI

'I was a bit disappointed when rested for India tour,' says Anderson
England fast bowler James Anderson has said that he was disappointed over being 'rested' for the recent tour of India. ANI

India needs a sporting culture, says Shah Rukh Khan
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan on Sunday said India needed to cultivate a culture of sport where youth could consider it a viable career choice. ANI

Ferguson supports Giggs' participation in 2012 London Olympics
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has said that he backs Great Britain team manager Stuart Pearce's idea that Welsh winger Ryan Giggs could be a part of the team for the 2012 London Olympics. ANI

Vettel breaks Nigel Mansell's record to become new pole king
Reigning Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel, who has set the fastest time during qualifying for today's Brazilian Grand Prix, has broken Nigel Mansell's 19-year record for the most pole positions in a season. ANI

Posh 'doesn't want to move to Paris'
David Beckham may reconsider his decision to shift base to Paris, as his wife Victoria does not want to leave Los Angeles. ANI

Mario Balotelli gets lucky with string of bunga-bunga babes!
Mario Balotelli has made a hat trick by dating babes, he met at former Italian prime minister Mario Balotelli's bunga-bunga parties. ANI

Robbie Savage peels off trousers on dance show to reveal football shorts
Robbie Savage, who recently came under fire for his cheeky moves on 'Strictly Come Dancing', dropped his trousers on the BBC show during a performance to reveal a pair of football shorts. ANI

Seyisa Lilesa and Lucy Kabuu win Delhi Half Marathon
Ethiopian athlete Seyisa Lilesa and Kenyan athlete Lucy Kabuu won the seventh edition of the Delhi Half Marathon in men and women elite section respectively. ANI

Military bosses prepare for possible "dirty bomb" attack during 2012 Olympics
Military bosses fear that terrorists are planning to execute a fatal "deadly bomb" attack during the 2012 London Olympics. ANI

Mitchell Johnson likely to undergo surgery for foot injury
Australian batsman Mitchell Johnson's miserable year is in danger of becoming worse, with the struggling paceman facing a season-ending operation. ANI

'Rocky' named best sports film
'Rocky' has been named favourite sports film beating 'Cool Runnings' and 'Million Dollar Baby'. ANI

Cricket legends uncertain about Warner' readiness for Tests
Australian opening batsman David Warner' readiness for Test cricket is a contentious issue among legends Mark Waugh, Tony Greig, Ian Healy and Stuart MacGill. ANI

MacGill supports South African Arthur's appointment as Oz head coach
Former Australian leg-spinner Stuart MacGill has strongly endorsed Cricket Australia (CA)'s decision to appoint South African Mickey Arthur as the new head coach of the national team. ANI

Ronaldinho calls cops over 'fake' video that shows him masturbating
Ronaldinho has asked police to investigate an apparent sex video showing him pleasuring himself. ANI

Sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher says she'll strip for Vogue
Kirsty Gallacher says she's willing to pose nude, but only for Vogue magazine. ANI

Mark Waugh backs 'invaluable' Ponting to score heavily to prolong career
Former Australian batsman Mark Waugh has thrown his support behind under-pressure Ricky Ponting, saying that the 36-year-old still has a future in Test cricket despite a dismal run of form. ANI

'There is no bigger Test series than India-Pakistan,' says Ramiz Raja
Former Pakistan batsman Ramiz Raja reckons that holding a Test series against India should be one of the priorities of the new Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Zaka Ashraf. ANI

Bradman's letter reveals concern for cricket's future
Previously unseen letters from Australian legend Sir Donald Bradman reveal that he harboured major fears for cricket's future. ANI

Razzaq confident of being fit for Oz Big Bash League
Pakistani all-rounder Abdul Razzaq is confident that he will recuperate from his right shoulder injury to be fit for the upcoming Twenty20 Big Bash League in Australia. ANI

Chelsea can still win the Premier League: Villas-Boas
Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas insists that his club can still win the Premier League after ending a period of chaos with a much-needed victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers. ANI

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