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WATCH: Argentina fan with Lionel Messi tattoo on leg

With their next World Cup match against Croatia just one day way, Argentina fans were starting to gather in Nizhny Novgorod on Wednesday and some brought their stars with them. Die-hard supporter Gonzalo Caruso has his hero Lionel Messi tattooed on his calf. "He is the best player and a good person. That is the most important of him," Caruso said. He even went to the same tattoo artist as the Argentine forward. Despite all the love for Messi and the Argentine team Caruso thinks the team must improve on the pitch in order to beat Croatia. Whatever the outcome...


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Marko Arnautovic: ‘I love Slaven Bilic but I let him down a little bit’

“I love it when people criticise me,” Marko Arnautovic says on a blustery afternoon at West Ham’s training ground. “There is no better feeling than when you make them quiet. You do what you have to do, the people on the television do what they have to do. They get paid for this. I get paid to play football and show everything I’ve got.” going into Sunday’s game with Chelsea at the London Stadium and it does not take long for his self-confidence to appear. West Ham’s main man is only too happy to talk about his memories of last...
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Wolverhampton spoils Ferguson’s Man U homecoming in English Premier League

English Premier League newcomer Wolverhampton turned party-pooper on the day Alex Ferguson made an emotional return to Old Trafford. The most successful coach in British soccer history was back at his former stamping ground on Saturday for the first time since undergoing emergency brain surgery in May. But Manchester United was unable to mark the occasion with a win as it was held by Wolverhampton to 1-1. Ferguson received a standing ovation from the crowd of 74,000 when he took his seat in the directors’ box before the game. He reacted with a wide grin and by raising his arms...
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Indian cricketers bag top honours

AJMAN: India emerged champions beating Pakistan in the Wheel-chair Cricket Series 2018 Friendship Cup played at Ajman MCC grounds under the auspices of the Ajman cricket council. The Pakistan captain Hussain won the toss and elected to bat first. His team scored 148 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in their allotted 20 overs with Husain himself leading the way, scoring the bulk of the runs -- an unbeaten 78.India started a chase on a fast pace with a world-record opening partnership of 128 runs for the opening wicket. Poshan was the top scorer for India scoring 64 runs,...

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Gary Speed’s family will always live with tragedy but football is learning

It is the family stuff, the detail that would usually remain private, that provides some of the toughest passages from the newly released book Unspoken, in which the people who knew Gary Speed the best try to make sense out of a tragedy none of them will ever properly understand. The story, for example, his widow, Louise, tells of the long, unimaginable battle to start functioning again and the shattering effects of what she describes, more than once, as being put on the scene of a horror film. It was Louise who found her husband in the garage, who had...
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Mankib garners Dubai Duty Free Cup glory

Newbury: The Dubai Duty Free International Weekend at Newbury Racecourse UK, got underway on Friday and delivered UAE success in abundance.The feature race of the day, The Dubai Duty Free Cup a Listed race over seven furlongs with £37,000 prize money, was won by Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s Mankib. Trained by William Haggas, Mankib had won on two of his four starts this season including over this course and distance back in July.William Haggas’s wife Maureen, daughter of the great jockey Lester Piggott, paid tribute to Sheikh Hamdan’s Shadwell Stud who had looked after Mankib when he arrived...
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Aussies will respond to ‘hardest’ loss, says Genia

SYDNEY: Last week’s Rugby Championship loss to Argentina may have been the “hardest” of Will Genia’s 94-test career, but the scrumhalf said no one should doubt the pride the Wallabies had in the jersey or their ability to respond in the reverse fixture.A fifth defeat in seven tests and the first at home to the Pumas in 35 years, sent twice former World Cup winners Australia tumbling to seventh in the world rankings, an unprecedented low.“I just have an overwhelming feeling of having let people down,” the 30-year-old said in a column on the Rugby Australia website of the 23-19...