Issue: June 07, 2011   (Archive)
Wednesday, November 26, 2014   

Blunt message for Wenger on lessons
Arsene Wenger must start learning from his mistakes if Arsenal are to compete at the highest level of European football, says Alisher Usmanov, the London club's No2 shareholder.

Saints goal hero Clyne living his dream
Southampton defender Nathaniel Clyne capped a memorable fortnight with the late equalizer that rescued a 1-1 draw against Aston Villa.

Crunch time for Rodgers' strugglers
Brendan Rodgers faces arguably the biggest challenge as Liverpool manager when he takes his ailing side to Bulgaria to face Ludogorets Razgrad in the Champions League tomorrow (HK time).

Pacquiao could be throwing punches at Mayweather for less pay
Manny Pacquiao is open to taking a smaller purse in a dream match-up with undefeated American Floyd Mayweather, the Filipino boxing hero's business manager has revealed.

Fight for life
Australian batsman Phil Hughes was fighting for his life following emergency surgery after he was knocked out by a bouncer in a freak incident which shocked cricket.

Old rivals to serve up super-fast tennis
Roger Federer and Lleyton Hewitt will clash in a new shortened, faster form of the game ahead of the Australian Open that organizers hope will revolutionize tennis.

Mourinho meets the one who lifted Blues
Jose Mourinho comes up against the only coach to have steered Chelsea to the Champions League title when the Group G leaders travel to Roberto Di Matteo's Schalke 04 tomorrow looking for a victory that will confirm their place in the knockout phase.

Rodgers admits job is at risk as Reds hit new low
Brendan Rodgers admits he must restore Liverpool's shattered morale quickly after a 3-1 defeat at Crystal Palace raised questions about his job security.

Sun doping ban storm
Chinese swimming sensation Sun Yang served a three-month doping ban this season before returning to competition, officials revealed, in the country's biggest drugs case in years.

Federer at last savors cup glory
Roger Federer beat Richard Gasquet 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 to give Switzerland their first Davis Cup tennis title with a 3-1 victory over France in the final in Lille. Stan Wawrinka earned the first Swiss point by defeating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the opening singles and then teamed up with Federer beaten by Gael Monfils on Friday to take the doubles.

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