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Coleen Rooney spotted wearing skin-coloured-bra with backless dress
Coleen Rooney suffered a wardrobe malfunction recently as she stepped out wearing a nude-coloured bra despite having worn a blue backless dress. ANI

3 England rugby players under fire for demanding 'blow job Down Under' from hotel worker
In the latest embarrassing incident that has hit the sports world, three England rugby players have been accused of teasing a hotel worker with lewd sexual comments and even demanding a "blow job Down Under". ANI

Mike Tindall admits lying about night out with mystery blonde
England rugby star Mike Tindall is now facing fresh questions from his royal wife Zara Phillips after admitting that he lied about his drunken night out with a mystery blonde in New Zealand. ANI

'I'm focused on England until next summer,' says Capello
England manager Fabio Capello insists that he is completely focused on the team's Euro 2012 campaign despite his managerial qualities being in demand. ANI

Una Healy 'not suffering from too many side effects in pregnancy'
Una Healy has revealed that she is not suffering from many adverse effects from her pregnancy and is having it "easy". ANI

Bairstow's stunning ODI debut prompts Kieswetter to work on his game
England wicketkeeper Craig Kieswetter has admitted that fellow gloveman Jonny Bairstow's performance in the fifth and final ODI against India last month has prompted him to work on his game. ANI

Ex-PCB CEO slams Shoaib Akhtar's autobiography as "pack of nonsense"
Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief executive officer Colonel (retired) Rafi Nasim has said that retired fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar's recently-launched book is "a pack of nonsense in which the author has tried to portray himself a great cricketer and a 'saint' while dubbing others as troublemakers." ANI

Copeland to stick to Sri Lanka game plan for South Africa tour
Australian fast bowler Trent Copeland admits that his encouraging Test debut in Sri Lanka could come undone if he is wayward on the hard and fast South African pitches. ANI

Time away from cricket will keep Strauss fresh for Pakistan, Sri Lanka challenge: Flower
England coach Andy Flower believes that time away from cricket will be good for Test captain Andrew Strauss before series abroad against Pakistan and Sri Lanka later this year. ANI

England won't find it easy to repeat ODI series whitewash in India: Kapil Dev
Indian cricket legend Kapil Dev reckons that England would struggle to repeat a whitewash in next month's five match ODI series. ANI

F1 bribery trial: Ecclestone to appear as witness in Germany
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that he will be a witness in a corruption trial in Germany which gets under way later this month. ANI

'Webber isn't receiving the credit he deserves at Red Bull'
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone and Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner believe that Australian driver Mark Webber is being underestimated due to reigning champion Sebastian Vettel's domination. ANI

Limavady United withdraws Tevez loan bid
Northern Irish football club Limavady United has withdrawn its bid to sign Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez on loan. ANI

Shane Warne 'proposed to Liz Hurley with 30K pounds diamond ring'
Former Australian cricketer Shane Warne reportedly splashed out 30,000 pounds on diamond ring to propose girlfriend Elizabeth Hurley. ANI

Manchester City stop suspended Tevez's trip to Argentina
Suspended Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has been pulled off a plane to his native Argentina to attend the club's investigation into his apparent refusal to play in a Champions League game. ANI

Warne thanks fans on Twitter for well wishes on engagement with Hurley
Shane Warne has seemingly confirmed his engagement to model Elizabeth Hurley on Twitter by thanking his fans for their well wishes. ANI

Akhtar's remarks about 'world's best batsmen' Tendulkar, Dravid "ridiculous": Malik
Former Pakistan captain Shoaib Malik has said that he finds retired fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar's controversial remarks in his autobiography "ridiculous". ANI

Flower backs Cook to lead England to repeat ODI whitewash over India
England coach Andy Flower believes the growing maturity of captain Alastair Cook will prove vital to the team's success in next month's five-match ODI series against India. ANI

Shane Warne 'proposed to girlfriend Liz Hurley two weeks ago'
Australian cricketer Shane Warne proposed to girlfriend Elizabeth Hurley and the two became engaged two weeks ago, according to reports. ANI

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