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Thursday, July 06, 2006
Italy's late brace leaves Germany in a daze
DORTMUND: There may have been as much desperation as inspiration in Italy's deserved win in the World Cup semifinal on Tuesday. With a match goalless in the last minute of extra-time, it faced the terrible prospect of a penalty shoot-out with ...
Goodbye and good riddance to Eriksson
This World Cup has thrown up numerous surprises and some unpleasant shocks, writes Brian Glanville
The snow leopards of the game
LONDON: There was a time when they ruled the turf like dinosaurs in the Mesozoic Era. Other species shrank away in their presence. Not anymore. Today, they the serve-and-volleyers are among the most endangered species in the ...
The blossoming of two rookie pacers
Blatter supports changes to booking system
BERLIN: : FIFA president Sepp Blatter supports a new booking system that would allow players to receive three yellow cards in a round at the World Cup before they're suspended for a match. With record numbers of red and yellow cards handed out ...
Lippi pins Italy's win on midfield dominance
A disappointment but we can be proud: Klinsmann
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