Sports News – Monthly Newsletter March 2011

'We won't be considered as underdogs': Dhoni

MUMBAI - Indian cricket skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has said eam India won’t be considered underdogs in the 2011 World Cup, as it has reacted to pressure more responsibly over the last few years. “We won’t be considered as underdogs this time. The team has learnt to perform under pressure and we have done so in ... Read this article on Gaea Times at : ‘We won’t be considered as underdogs’: Dhoni.

Sports News – Monthly Newsletter February 2011

Listening to SuBo before a game relaxes me: Rooney

LONDON - Manchester United star Wayne Rooney has revealed that listening to Susan Boyle gives him relaxation before his big matches. The England striker likes nothing better than a vigorous rubdown while listening to the singer belt out her hits. Wayne even rejects harder R and B tunes favored by his teammates such as Frenchman Patrice Evra. The ... Read more >>>.

Sports News – Monthly Newsletter January 2011

PCB recalls Younus to Test and T20 squads, overlooks Malik, Akmal, Yousuf

LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) selection committee, headed by former Test opener Mohsin Hasan Khan, has omitted wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal, all-rounder Shoaib Malik and batsman Mohammad Yousuf from the Test and Twenty20 squads named for the New Zealand tour starting with a warm-up game against Auckland on December 23. However, former captain Younus Khan ... Original article on : PCB recalls Younus to Test and T20 squads, overlooks Malik, Akmal, Yousuf.

Sports News – Monthly Newsletter December 2010

Ronaldo reckons he is simply phenomenal

LONDON - After netting twice for Real Madrid in a match against Hercules, Portuguese football star believes that he is simply phenomenal. Ronaldo has taken his tally to 10 goals in four League games and 3 goals in nine games in all competitions. “I am in phenomenal shape and on a great run of form. I come ... Read the original article on Gaea Times at : Ronaldo reckons he is simply phenomenal.

Sports News – Monthly Newsletter November 2010

'Dope-smeared' Tour de France champ claims to be a 'food contamination' victim

MADRID - Three-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador, who has been suspended for failing a dope test, has said that he is a victim of “food contamination”. The International Cycling Union (UCI) said that Contador had been provisionally suspended after clenbuterol was detected in a urine sample taken from the Spaniard on July 21. However, Contador ... Read : ‘Dope-smeared’ Tour de France champ claims to be a ‘food contamination’ victim.

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