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VIDEO: Schmidt on his 'least desirable job'

Ireland coach Joe Schmidt concedes that informing the members of his squad who will not be part of the 31-man group selected for the Rugby World Cup is "the least desirable part of my job".

Sam Burgess makes England Rugby World Cup squad

Burgess is joined in the squad by young Exeter centre Henry Slade, but there was World Cup heart break for Danny Cipriani and 37-year-old Nick Easter who were amongst the eight players deemed surplus to requirements when the final 31 names were revealed today. As expected, there is also no place in the side for

ATSB says radio interference caused MCG drone crash

In its first drone crash investigation report, the ATSB blames a potentially serious incident at the Melbourne Cricket Ground at the world cup cricket final on 29 March this year on radio interference. The crash didn’t hurt anyone or take any attention from the Australian victory,  but a face full of rotating knives for a [...]

Final honor for Celia Sasic a reminder of women’s soccer’s loss

4 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Amid the inevitable retirements to come out of this summer’s Women’s World Cup, there was one absolute stunner. True, while United States’ international Lauren Holiday’s announcement was, for some, premature (she’s only 27 year’s old), it had been rumored since early spring, when the National Women’s Soccer League season was about […]

Mile Jedinak to miss Australia’s upcoming World Cup qualifiers with hamstring injury

4 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

While Alan Pardew welcomed Yannick Bolasie’s return from compassionate leave, Crystal Palace’s manager revealed midfielder Mile Jedinak will miss the final fixture before the upcoming two-week international break – and Australia’s 2018 World Cup qualifying games with Bangladesh and Tajikistan. The club captain, 31, limped out of the Capital One Cup win […]

Race debate resurfaces as S Africa picks rugby squad

As the Springboks prepare for next month's World Cup, their biggest challenge might be achieving racial transformation.

Andrés Escobar 0 – 1 Death

5 days agoNews / Crime : Sword and Scale

It was that time of the year when soccer lovers had their eyes wide open in front of a television watching the 1994 World Cup in the U.S. Also, it was that time of the year when mobsters had placed their bets on the games, and no one would mess with their plans. During the […]

Mesut Özil plans to be more selfish, wants to score more goals [Arsenal Website]

Mesut Ozil is going to become more selfish, admitting that he doesn’t score enough goals in this interview with Arsenal’s website. The German World Cup winner has become a fans’ favourite at the Emirates for his laser-like passing ability, a trait that’s equally appreciated by his teammates. Show More Summary

Twitter tries to lure in users as it searches for CEO

To help with the latter, there are big promotions, such as last year's World Cup push and this year's expanded content and advertising deal with the NFL to help broaden its audience. There are also smaller tweaks designed to help people find new features or take advantage of tools they might not have been aware of. [...]Show More Summary

Burgess won't decide England chances

Picking Sam Burgess is a big call but he is unlikely to see much World Cup action for England, argues Jeremy Guscott.

VIDEO: Lancaster explains World Cup picks

England head coach Stuart Lancaster says "now is the time for the country to get behind the team" after selecting his squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, which starts next month.

Still Not a Grand Slam

World number 1, Jelena Jankovic, won her third title in three weeks at the Kremlin Cup in Moscow. Whatever. I find it ridiculous that JJ is most likely going to be the year end world number 1 and she hasn’t even won a grand slam. She can win 10 titles in 10 weeks and she […]

Baxter joy at Slade's England place

Exeter boss Rob Baxter is pleased England's coaches have selected versatile centre Henry Slade for the World Cup.

Burgess earns World Cup call-up

Rugby league convert Sam Burgess is named in England's 31-man squad for the World Cup, which starts next month.

North set for Wales recall in Dublin

George North is expected to play for the first time since March in Saturday's World Cup warm-up match with Ireland.

Burgess set to win World Cup call

Rugby league convert Sam Burgess is expected to be named in England's 31-man squad for the World Cup on Thursday.

Trafficking and the State of the German Sex Trade

This is the second part of a two-part series. In part one, I examined how Germany regulates the sex trade. In this part, I'll look at the conditions for sex workers in Germany. Hamburg red light district during the German World Cup. c Filipe Fortes, 2006. Show More Summary

Reselling Option now available for Google Cloud Platform Partners

From bringing people together at the World Cup, to improving the way employees talk to each other, Google Cloud Platform Services Partners help customers unlock the full potential of our products. To help our partners focus more on their...Show More Summary

Comparing James Rodriguez to Real Madrid's Great Modern Forwards

Since his sparkling campaign at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, James Rodriguez has become one of the most recognisable faces in world football and one of the game's hottest talents. A player of immense versatility, the Colombian can play as a No. Show More Summary

BigBen Confirms Rugby World Cup 2015 Release Date

Kick-off comes just before the real-life tournament later this year.

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