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According to Diego Maradona, Higuain will really shine when it comes to Juventus, the team are keen to have the striker. Maradona believes that even former student in Argentina squad can win the top scorer at the first season.
South African pace legend Allan Donald feels cricket would be a poorer sport once Sachin Tendulkar retires from the scene as the Indian veteran is "Maradona and Pele put together" for the game. "Sachin Tendulkar`s charm goes beyond the field.
The new FIFA has come out people, FIFA 13. That’s a lot of FIFAs, and a lot of Football. But it is Football and Football is good stuff, isn’t it. You got to love how they grab their controls and are mesmerised by
The Argentine football legend said Sunday that he has signed one-year contract to become a special sports adviser to the Dubai Sports Council. The announcement comes less than two months after Maradona was fired as coach for the Dubai club Al Wasl
He is a product of Argentine training, one of that nation's most valuable assets. He began his career as a coach with the Huracan team, the same team for which he had earlier played. His European adventure began in 1997, with Mallorca, and his start
Whatever the result and whoever becomes the champ and not giving a damn to the Euro crisis Euro-football mania has taken over the lovers of the game on the continent and beyond reports Syed Neaz Ahmad.
Anthony Johnson Tickets for the events at the Allphones Arena at Sydney Olympic Park on May 29 and at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre on May 30 ranged from $69 to $1800...Pathetic!" one fan tweeted , while someone else added : "Totally predictable!"
Story continues below All sales from the event will be refunded at the point of purchase. The event's promoter, John Denison from Entourage Football, is staring at a six-figure loss having already invested huge sums into television and newspaper
After losing three of the last four qualifying games, and scoring only three goals, Argentina is teetering on the edge of missing its first World Cup since 1970. Diego Maradona, the Argentina coach who predicted a victory prior to Saturday's 3-1 loss
Staff writer Argentine soccer legend Osvaldo Ardiles believes Lionel Messi is the best player the world has ever seen, but warns Japan will never produce anyone approaching that level until it fully embraces the beautiful game. Ardiles returned to