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The Fall of Cyprus

Maurice Johnston’s overhead kick at Hampden, Richard Gough’s last-gasp winner in Limassol – the latter coming at the end of the kind of match Scotland fans have got so used

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ACN Stars

Africa Cup of Nations set to kick off on 21 June
Salah dreaming of continental title on home soil
Fierce competition with Mane, Mahrez and others harbouring same goal

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Syria loses another Star

BEIRUT — A Syrian soccer star who became a symbol of the rebellion against President Bashar al-Assad has died after being wounded in a battle with government forces, the rebels

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The Promise of a Prince

With Yuvraj Singh having announced his retirement from the international format, what better way to pay tribute to the ‘Prince of Indian cricket’ than to go over the numerous anecdotes

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Part 1- Tragedy to Talent

These are heady times for the Egyptian national team. They have qualified for their first World Cup appearance in nearly 30 years and their talisman, Mohamed Salah, has been setting

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‘Soccer Starts at Home’ philosophy brought to Houston Dynamo’s youth

“Getting kids comfortable with a soccer ball at an early age is more important than most parents realize. Eighty five percent of a child’s brain is developed by age three making this correlation even more relevant.”

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Liverpool Should Have made Maximum Effort against United

“We had one or two, but we could have had a lot more and then the second half was disappointing for both teams, with not really many chances created and a lot of sloppy passes.”

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Can Jakarta’s Silvio Escobar fill in the shoes of Marko Simic?

Persija Jakarta have been dealt a blow ahead of the commencement of their AFC Cup 2019 campaign with Marko Simic’s exclusion. But can their new signing Silvio Escobar fill Simic’s shoes?

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