Archive for the ‘Sports’ Category

11 Nov
2011

Indian Captain Warned by ICC for Ambush Marketing

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International Cricket Council (ICC) warned Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni for breaching its ambush marketing clause for the World Cup that starts on February 19. Dhoni has been asked by the ICC to stop promoting and endorsing Sony and Aircel, which are the rivals of ICC’s sponsors associated with the World Cup. ICC’s rules clearly state… Read More »

7 Nov
2011

Brazilian Ronaldo Ends His Career

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Brazilian icon Ronaldo has confirmed in a tearful press conference that he has scored his last goal and has confirmed his retirement from football. The 34-year-old had a glittering career, helping Brazil win two World Cups and being named FIFA World Player of the Year in 1996, 1997 and 2002. The former Barcelona, Real Madrid, Inter… Read More »

12 Nov
2011

Pakistan Trio To Appeal Against ICC Suspension

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After former captain Salman Butt and fast bowlers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif got banned from the sport after being found guilty at an anti-corruption hearing on Saturday, the trio has decided to appeal against the verdict. The players are hopeful in getting some reduction in the suspension period because of the fact that the… Read More »

7 Nov
2011

Top 10 Transfers Of Winter 2011

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The football season is at its peak and transfer period further shocked some football fans and gave smile on the faces of some football fans. We will have a look on the top transfer’s of winter 2011.   10. Simao Sabrosa (From Atletico Madrid to Besiktas) The ambitious Turkish side will gladly welcome an experienced… Read More »

12 Nov
2011

Spot Fixing Case: Trio Face Prosecution

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British prosecutors on Friday charged three Pakistani cricketers with taking bribes to fix incidents in an international match in England last year. Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif, and Mohammad Amir are accused of fixing certain incidents, such as the bowling of no-balls at pre-agreed times, during the fourth Test at Lord’s last August. Britain’s Crown Prosecution… Read More »