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South African footballer shot dead

South African footballer shot dead

South Africa's football captain and goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa has died after being shot, South African police say. The incident reportedly happened at Meyiwa's girlfriend's house in Vosloorus, south of Johannesburg. The 27-year-old played for Orlando Pirates and had played in South Africa's last four Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. On Saturday, he was in action for...

The real-life Noah's Ark

The real-life Noah's Ark

Constructed from the metal hulls of old barges and held together by Scandinavian pine, this 23-metre high, 30-metre wide and 135-metre long real-life Noah's Ark stands four-storeys tall, is as long as a football field and even comes with its own animals. Dutch contractor Johan Huibers -- who took three years to build the...

Bangladesh girls trounce UAE

Bangladesh girls trounce UAE

Bangladesh thrashed United Arab Emirates by 6-0 goals in their second match of the AFC U-16 Women’s Championship Qualifiers at the Bangabandhu National Stadium today. The hosts, who kicked off their campaign with a 1-0 win over Jordan on Wednesday, dictated terms from the beginning and went for the breather with a comfortable four-goal...

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Neymar quadruple thrashes Japan

Neymar quadruple thrashes Japan

Neymar scored all four goals in a sumptuous display for Brazil as the five-times world champions routed an under-strength Japan 4-0 in a friendly in Singapore on Tuesday to maintain Dunga's perfect start since returning as coach. The Brazilian skipper took his impressive tally to 40 goals in 58 matches after his strikes against...

Mohammedan lift U-18 title

Mohammedan lift U-18 title

Mohammedan Sporting Club continued their age-level football dominance as they clinched the Airtel U-18 Football Tournament title beating Brothers Union 2-0 in the final at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday. The Black and Whites, who have been devoid of a league title at the senior level for twelve years, made it consecutive youth tournament...

FA Chairman 'gifted' six watches

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke says he has received six watches since taking over the role in July 2013. Dyke, 67, made the revelation after the controversy of the Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) giving away £16,000 watches at the 2014 World Cup. "I've been given about six watches since I took over at the FA and I don't use any of them. I don't like the culture of present giving in football," Dyke said. CBF's sponsors gave the watches to 32 association...

Brazil’s Willian crushes Ecuador

Brazil’s Willian crushes Ecuador

Brazil beat Ecuador 1-0 in an international friendly in New Jersey on Tuesday with a first half goal from Willian enough to give coach Dunga his second successive victory. The win came four days after Brazil beat Colombia and the win over a spritely Ecuador side delighted the new manager. "There weren't any negative points,"...

Neymar magic crushes Colombia

Neymar magic crushes Colombia

A superb 83rd minute free-kick from captain Neymar gave Brazil a winning start under new coach Dunga as they beat Colombia 1-0 in a fiercely contested friendly on Friday. Colombia played most of the second half down a man after midfielder Juan Cuadrado was sent off in the 49th minute following a second yellow...

Di Maria claims Real pressure not to play World Cup final

Di Maria claims Real pressure not to play World Cup final

Angel Di Maria has claimed his former club Real Madrid put pressure on Argentina not to play him in the World Cup final in another bitter chapter in his departure from the Spanish giants. Di Maria joined Manchester United from Real last month for a British record fee of 59.7 million pounds ($97.45 million)...

World Cup heroes return home

World Cup heroes return home

Tens of thousands of German football fans in Berlin have gathered since daybreak to welcome the return from Brazil of their World-Cup-winning team. The flight bringing the triumphant players to the capital touched down from Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday morning. Celebrations will take place at the Brandenburg Gate, where the players will display the famous gold trophy.

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