Rebecca Laudarji

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Jurgen Klopp Admires 'Great' Manchester United But Reiterates Desire to Remain at Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp has denied claims Manchester United have enquired as to his availability and reiterated his desire to remain …

Cheerleading in the UK: Why More and More Britons are Making the Leap

This Easter Weekend saw the British Cheerleading Association's National Championships at Telford's International Centre. The Championships are a huge …

Andy Murray Targets Appointing New Coach Before French Open

Andy Murray hopes to appoint a new coach before the French Open next month after whittling down the shortlist to eight names.<p>The Wimbledon champion …

Strange World Cup Requests Revealed

Superstitions are one thing; ridiculous demands are another.<p>Brazilian tabloid <i>Lance</i> have obtained an apparent—and very strange—list of requests made by Brazil-bound countries for the World Cup.<p>Some are somewhat normal, while others are completely bizarre. Via 101 Great Goals (translations courtesy …

Soccer

Result: Nadal through to quarter-finals

<b>Rafael Nadal</b> has eased to victory in straight sets against <b>Ivan Dodig</b> in the third round of the Barcelona Open.<p>The Spaniard made short work of Dodig, …

Rafael Nadal

Luis Suárez says Liverpool have surprised even themselves with title run

Luis Suárez has admitted Liverpool are punching above their weight to be competing for the title against big-spending clubs such as Chelsea and Manchester City and acknowledged that this season has surpassed all of his expectations.<p>After a season that began with him serving a 10-match ban for …

England players to undergo new Fifa drug tests at World Cup

England's World Cup squad will be among the first elite athletes to undergo new doping test regimes that scientists hope will cut out the use of performance-enhancing drugs.<p>Players at the tournament in Brazil are to have their blood and urine compared with samples taken in previous competitions to …