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Football : Kane won't bend under stress
It is not only in name that the irrepressible Harry Kane is beginning to resemble something from the pages of beloved football comic Roy of the Rovers.
Euro 2016 : Montenegro supporters slammed as barbarians
Montenegrin football fans who keep causing trouble and forced Friday's Euro 2016 qualifier against Russia to be abandoned are hypocrites and barbarians, the general secretary of the country's football association said.
Euro 2016 :
Germany coach Joachim Loew is set to name a full-strength side for today's clash at Georgia as the world champions look to get their Euro 2016 qualification back on track.
Basketball : Durant out for rest of season
Kevin Durant, the National Basketball Association's (NBA) reigning Most Valuable Player, has played his final game of an injury-marred season.
Tennis : Sore ankle no impediment for Nadal
Second seed Rafael Nadal launched his bid for a first Miami Masters title on Friday with a 6-4, 6-2 victory over fellow Spaniard Nicolas Almagro.
Football : Hot Falcao struggles to get warm United embrace
Radamel Falcao might be warming the bench at Manchester United but the striker remains in hot form for Colombia.
Football : Brazil getting their act together
Brazil coach Dunga believes his side are finally finding the right balance eight months after they were traumatised by their World Cup debacle on home soil.
Football : Conte casts net beyond only Italy-born strikers
Italy coach Antonio Conte could turn to naturalised foreigners in a bid to continue their strong start to Euro 2016 qualifying.
Football : Team-mates back Bale to rise against critics
Gareth Bale's Wales team-mates have offered a show of support in the face of criticism of his performances for Real Madrid and backed him to put any problems behind him in today's Euro 2016 qualifier in Israel.
Football : Past 30, but is Ronaldo almost past his very best?
Cristiano Ronaldo enjoyed a stellar 2014, winning the Champions League and finishing the year with 61 goals in 60 appearances.
Football : Terry earns his place on merit: Mourinho
Jose Mourinho has insisted that Chelsea have not awarded skipper John Terry a one-year extension to his contract merely to say "thank you very much" for his services at Stamford Bridge.
Tennis : Wild card's big win against Sharapova
World No. 2 Maria Sharapova crashed out of the Miami Open hard-court tennis tournament on Thursday, ambushed by 97th-ranked wild card Daria Gavrilova 7-6 (7-4), 6-3.
F1 : Ferrari pair pick up speed
Ferrari showed more signs of progress on a day when Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone told teams to stop moaning and focus on improving.
F1 : Haste should not come at expense of safety
PLAYING mind games in inherently dangerous sports has to be the most delusional of things a man can do.
Basket Ball : Love it or hate it but Kevin has to adapt
Kevin Love has spent large chunks of the season camped out in corners, waiting for passes that seldom arrive.
Football : Rookies will bring 'desire, quality' to Spanish table
Spain coach Vicente del Bosque has called up several new faces for today's Euro 2016 qualifier at home to Ukraine with forward Juanmi Jimenez and midfielder Vitolo Machin among those keen to make a mark.
Football : Socceroos cite surge as Loew has Georgia on his mind
Australia's James Troisi said the Socceroos' 2-2 draw with Germany showed just how far the Asian champions have come in 12 months.
Football : Forster's injury hurts Saints and England
Fraser Forster is facing up to a year on the sidelines after surgery to repair damage to his left patellar tendon, an absence that will have serious implications for Southampton and England.
Football : Janko credits Olympian mum for reigniting form
DRAWING inspiration from his Olympic medallist mother, the A-League's top striker Marc Janko shifted his focus this week from Sydney FC's title charge to leading Austria to a first major football tournament in eight years.
Football : Skrtel's 3-match ban no laughing matter for Reds
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel appeared to ridicule the Football Association by posting an image of clowns on his Instagram profile after the FA rejected his appeal against a charge of violent conduct.
Football : Jardim's accusation a lie: Wenger
Arsene Wenger has accused Leonardo Jardim of not speaking the truth when the Monaco manager claimed the Frenchman had disrespected him.
F1 : I did not black out or suffer memory lapses: Alonso
Fernando Alonso sought to clarify the situation surrounding a pre-season crash that forced him to miss the season-opening race in Australia, with the Spaniard saying he never lost consciousness or suffered memory lapses as a result of the accident.
F1 : Renault calls Newey a liar as Red Bull nearing split
Red Bull are on one side, heavily criticising Renault, their long-time engine partner, whose power packs carried the team to four straight world championships.
Basket Ball : Spurs bring 'A' game to silence Thunder
Within a span of six days recently, the San Antonio Spurs lost to the worst team in the National Basketball Association, the New York Knicks, and then pounded one of the best, the Atlanta Hawks.
Basket Ball : Howard returns to lift Rockets
But by playing 16 1/2 minutes in a 95-93 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday - his first National Basketball Association (NBA) action in two months - he did exactly that.
Tennis : Serena tries to live with pain
Serena Williams practised on Wednesday for the first time since a knee injury forced her to withdraw before last week's BNP Paribas Open semi-final, but the American has not lowered her expectations for the Miami Open.
Football : Hodgson notes Kane value
The excited buzz around St George's Park on Tuesday carried only the most distant echo of familiarity. Not since Wayne Rooney's England debut 12 years ago has a new call-up generated such fervent anticipation as that surrounding Harry Kane.
Football : $20m man won't Petr out on the bench
Chelsea have valued Petr Cech at about £10 million (S$20.3 million) after he was given permission to leave the west London club at the end of the season.
Football : Falcao hints at Old Trafford exit
Manchester United's on-loan striker Radamel Falcao hinted for the first time that he could leave Old Trafford at the end of the season in search of more regular football.
Football : Smalling may kick off defensive exodus
Arsenal are giving serious consideration to a move for Chris Smalling as the Manchester United and England centre-half approaches the final 12 months of his contract at Old Trafford.
- Football : Conte casts net beyond only Italy-born strikers
- Football : Hot Falcao struggles to get warm United embrace
- Golf : 'Slow' Stenson loses by a shot, then lashes out
- Tennis : Sore ankle no impediment for Nadal
- Football : Rookies will bring 'desire, quality' to Spanish table
- Football : Janko credits Olympian mum for reigniting form
- Smith and James get Cavs going late in Milwaukee
- Football : Team-mates back Bale to rise against critics
- Basket Ball : Lakers stint a failure, disappointment: Nash
- Football : Terry earns his place on merit: Mourinho
 
 
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