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Six umpires to partner with Elite Panel for World Cup

Six umpires to partner with Elite Panel for World Cup

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The ICC Elite Panel of Umpires will be officiating with six other umpires for the 2011 World Cup. Sri Lanka’s Kumar Dharmasena, Australia’s Bruce Oxenford, India’s Amiesh Saheba and Shavir Tarapore and England’s Richard Kettleborough and Nigel Llong are the six outside the panel that have been chosen... 

Sehwag most destructive modern cricketer: Richards

Sehwag most destructive modern cricketer: Richards

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He was regarded as the world’s most destructive batsman in his heydays but legendary West Indian Sir Vivian Richards feels Virender Sehwag holds that reputation in modern cricket and India’s chances in the 2011 World Cup will largely depend on the right-hander’s form. Here for a promotional event for next year’s... 

Afridi can turn it around for Pakistan in World Cup, says Imran

Afridi can turn it around for Pakistan in World Cup, says Imran

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Cricket legend Imran Khan said Thursday that maverick all-rounder Shahid Afridi is the best man, who can pull Pakistan out from the depths of despair to the glory of winning the World Cup. “Pakistan cricket is in a mess and in this situation Afridi is the best man to lead the team. He is unpredictable, but a small cameo... 

Gibbs to don commentator’s hat during 2011 WC?

Gibbs to don commentator’s hat during 2011 WC?

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His participation in next year’s World Cup is all but over after losing his contract with Cricket South Africa, but Herschelle Gibbs may still be seen in action during the mega-event in the sub-continent, this time as a commentator. Gibbs’ agent, Donne Commins said that the controversial South African opener is in... 

2011 World Cup is not beyond ‘struggling’ New Zealand: Justin

2011 World Cup is not beyond ‘struggling’ New Zealand: Justin

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New Zealand Cricket (NZC) Chief Executive Justin Vaughan is confident that the Black Caps can win next year’s World Cup being held in the Indian subcontinent despite their ninth one-day loss on the trot. New Zealand lost their third one-day against India at Vadodara’s Reliance Stadium by nine-wickets, which saw the tourists... 

Fifa World Cup 2018 cash-for-votes investigation:timeline

Fifa World Cup 2018 cash-for-votes investigation:timeline

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Last month a newspaper investigation into the voting process for the 2018 World Cup saw Fifa launch their own investigation, into votes for sale and collusion, which has culminated in the suspension of two men, Amos Adamu and Reynald Temarii. October 17 cash for votes exposé in Sunday Times Reynald Temarii, president of the... 

Batista officially named Argentina coach

Batista officially named Argentina coach

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Buenos Aires: Olympic gold medal-winning coach Sergio Batista was confirmed as expected on Tuesday to succeed Diego Maradona as Argentina’s coach until the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Batista, who has already presided over three friendlies since August in an interim capacity, was officially presented as the new coach at... 

Sachin’s bat fetches Rs. 42 lakh at glittering sports auction

Sachin’s bat fetches Rs. 42 lakh at glittering sports auction

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Indian batting icon Sachin Tendulkar’s willow fetched the highest bid of Rs. 42 lakh at a glittering sports auction here that saw personal items donated by 25 top sportspersons from the country and overseas go under the hammer. The champion batsman had scored an unbeaten 163 against New Zealand at Christchurch last year, his... 

S.Lanka squad close to settled for World Cup: Jayawardene

S.Lanka squad close to settled for World Cup: Jayawardene

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PERTH: Vice-captain Mahela Jayawardene said on Friday Sri Lanka’s squad was close to what will be fielded in next year’s World Cup. The Sri Lankans will use Sunday’s Twenty20 clash at the WACA Ground here as their final tour match preparation for a three-match one-day international series against the top-ranked... 

World Cup oracle octopus Paul dies

World Cup oracle octopus Paul dies

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Berlin, Germany — Paul the Octopus, who correctly predicted the outcome of games during this year’s World Cup soccer tournament, has died. The eight-tentacled cephalopod oracle died of natural causes, the aquarium where he lived said Tuesday. He was 2 and a half. “We are consoled by the knowledge that he enjoyed... 

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