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U-12 manager sacked after his team win 25-0 in Valencia

AN UNDER-12’S football manager has been fired after his team won 25-0 in Valencia. His team, CD Serranos, said he was let go for allowing the youngsters to score mercilessly against Benicalap C. According to the club he actively encouraged players to keep scoring despite the game being a sure…

CHAMP10N! Rafa Nadal wins historic tenth French Open title

SPANISH tennis champion Rafa Nadal was in stunning form to beat Stan Wawrinka in the final of the French Open. He trounced the third seed 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 in Sunday's final at the Court Philippe Chatrier. After lifting the cup for an unprecedented tenth time at the same major he…

England almost snatch defeat from the jaws of victory against Scotland

IN a match which promised much but delivered little until the last 10 minutes, Scottish fans scented victory after two similar goals from free kicks. The first half saw England keeping much of the possession but achieved little other than gaining passing practice and it almost seemed as if the…

Real Madrid claims twelfth Champions League title

REAL MADRID have claimed their twelfth Champions League trophy with an emphatic 4-1 win over Juventus. Madrid struck first in the first half with a smooth finish from Cristiano Ronaldo in the 20th minute. Their lead was short lived as Juventus’ Mandzukic scored a spectacular overhead kick for the equalizer…

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Ernesto Valverde hired as new Barcelona boss

SPANISH coach Ernesto Valverde has been hired as the new Barcelona FC manager. Club president Joser Maria Bartomeu said “Valverde has the ability, the judgement, the knowledge and the experience. “He promotes the youth player and he has a Barça way.” The former Barcelona player left Athletic Bilbao after four…

Honda curse follows Fernando Alonso to Indianapolis

FERNANDO ALONSO’S Indy 500 debut was cut short by an engine failure. The Spaniard was racing strong and chasing sixth position when his Honda curse returned 179 of the 200 laps in, forcing him to retire from the race. “I felt the noise and the engine friction so I backed…

Cristiano Ronaldo in €150 million tax probe

CRISTIANO RONALDO is the latest football star to be embroiled in a tax fraud scandal. The Real Madrid forward allegedly owes more than €14 million in income tax from 2011-2014 for the sale of rights to his image. Spanish media reports suggest that the star allegedly sent money to the…

Boxer Adam Machaj returns to UK to win another fight

MARBELLA based heavyweight boxer Adam (Heat Seeker) Machaj won his 11th fight in Bolton last Friday. He beat veteran British boxer Tom Dallas - who was counted out by the referee in the second round for a technical knock out - after stunning his opponent with a straight right hand…

Real Madrid clinch Spain’s La Liga football title

REAL MADRID ended their five-year wait for the La Liga title after sealing a 2-0 win at Malaga. Real ended the season on 93 points, three ahead of nearest rivals Barcelona despite Barca beating Eibar 4-2 at home. Goals from Real Madrid’s Ronaldo in the second minute and Benzema in…

WATCH: Fernando Alonso in running for Indy 500 pole position while Bourdais crashes out

FERNANDO ALONSO will compete for front row on the grid at the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday after qualifying as seventh fastest on his qualifying run. The 35-year-old Formula 1 driver produced an impressive performance in his four-lap qualifying run on the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway with an average speed of…

Spain beat England on penalties in football final

ENGLAND suffered late agony to lose the UEFA U17 European Championship final to Spain in the cruellest of ways at Varazdin in Croatia. The Young Lions were on the cusp of becoming the first team to lift the trophy three times after leading 2-1 with seconds to spare. However, that…

Nadal claims Madrid Open

RAFAEL NADAL beat Dominic Thiem 7-6 (10-8) 6-4 to win his fifth Madrid Open title. The Spaniard has now won three straight titles, moving him back into the world’s top four. He replaces 18-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer which will improve his seeding for the French Open. 

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