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'Stunning' WAG Claudine Keane giving Posh 'run for her money'
Claudine Keane was pictured looking stunning as she watched LA Galaxy play a match against Moralia with her husband Robbie Keane. ANI

Rio Ferdinand loses court battle over Mirror's 'kiss and tell' story
Rio Ferdinand, who was battling a privacy action over a 'kiss and tell' story in the court, ended up in the losing side after it was adjudged that his off-pitch antics were worthy of scrutiny as captain of England. ANI

Baseball's winning formula is hitting, not pitching, claims new study
A new study has revealed that legend Connie Mack's adage "pitching is 75 percent of the game" is wrong, as it is 'hitting' that accounts the most for a team's success. ANI

Becks will be 'overprotective of daughter Harper in every way possible'
David Beckham has revealed that he plans to be "overprotective in every way possible" when it comes to daughter Harper Seven's eventual dating life. ANI

Tevez to be sold for 20m pounds in Jan as Man City target Arsenal's Robin van Persie for replacement
Argentine footballer Carlos T‚vez would reportedly be sold for 20 million pounds in January, as Manchester City target Arsenal's Robin van Persie as a replacement. ANI

Paris St Germain making attempts to sign David Beckham
Paris St Germain (PSG) is reportedly is making a bid to sign David Beckham. ANI

Bellamy gets strict with unruly schoolboys at Sierra Leone project
Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy, who is often at the centre of bust-ups on the pitch, got strict while visiting the Craig Bellamy Foundation, a football school he founded in Sierra Leone. ANI

'Proud dad' Jack Wilshere tweets pic of newborn son Archie
England soccer star and Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has taken to his Twitter page to announce the news of the birth of his son. ANI

Fabregas signs 16 million pound Puma boot deal
Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas has agreed a lucrative 16 million pound boot deal with sportswear giant Puma. ANI

'Super-rich' Man U goalie David de Gea escapes penalty over stolen doughnut
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has escaped a penalty after he was caught nicking a 1.19-pounds doughnut in Tesco recently. ANI

Oz football club apologises for 'obscene' pole dancing skit by players
Australian rules football club, St Kilda has apologised for one of its players taking part in a pole dancing skit that was shown in the 'Footy Show'. ANI

Soon, a football with brain that helps you compare your game with Messi
Soon you can start kicking off a football that will reveal how your play stacks up against the likes of Lionel Messi. ANI

Pak-England series will 'decide who is world's best off-spinner': Ajmal
Pakistan off-spin bowler Saeed Ajmal has said that he is viewing next year's series against England as a contest between himself and Graeme Swann to decide who is the best off-spinner in the world. ANI

Hafeez to undergo minor surgery for cyst removal
Pakistan's opening batsman, Muhammad Hafeez, has been ruled out of the National T20 Cup since he will be undergoing a minor surgery. ANI

Laila Ali on motherhood, new career and generous dad
Former women's boxing champion Laila Ali has opened up about her new out of the ring life as mother and show host, and praises her famous dad, boxing legend Muhammad Ali, for his support. ANI

Scholes understands Tevez's refusal to play against Bayern Munich
Paul Scholes, who played alongside Carlos Tevez at Manchester United between 2007 and 2009, has said that he understands why the Manchester City's striker apparently refused to warm up against Bayern Munich. ANI

Nick Faldo surprised over 'struggling' Tiger Woods' selection for Melbourne Presidents Cup
Former world number one Nick Faldo said he is surprised Tiger Woods was chosen to play in the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne despite having lost the aura of invincibility. ANI

Man City players didn't hear Tevez's refusal to play against Bayern Munich
Manchester City players who were sitting next to Carlos Tevez in the dugout will tell investigators that they did not hear him refuse to play at Bayern Munich. ANI

Injured Proteas skipper De Villiers to miss home series against Australia
South African cricket captain A B de Villiers will miss next month's home series against Australia, as he will be out of his team for about six weeks because of his fractured finger. ANI

Leg-spinner Rahul Sharma's family elated over his selection
Family and relatives of leg-spinner Rahul Sharma, who has earned a call for India's ODI series against England, have expressed their delight over his selection in the ODI team. ANI

PCB shortlists five 'foreign and local' candidates for head coach position
The three-member committee constituted by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to hunt for a new head coach, has shortlisted five candidates from the 37 applications it received. ANI

Ricky Hatton 'considered suicide' after defeat to Manny Pacquiao in 2003
UK boxer Ricky Hatton has confessed that he was so depressed after being defeated by Manny Pacquiao in 2009 that he almost considered committing suicide. ANI

New cricket rules with fielding side using two balls start this weekend
A fielding side will use two new balls from each end in one-day cricket when revised rules for the international game come into force on October 1. ANI

Imogen Thomas strips down to bikini top, miniskirt in 'hot' London
Imogen Thomas has made the most of the London sunshine by stripping down to a bikini top and a mini skirt. ANI

Cook confident of improving England's poor record in India
England ODI skipper Alastair Cook is confident his side can end the team's poor record in India in recent times. ANI

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