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Raith Rovers 1 : 1 Ross County - Rovers stay top despite being held

Posted Wednesday, March 23, 2011 by PA

Raith maintained their two-point gap at the top of the Scottish First Division after securing a 1-1 draw at home to Ross County. In an uninspiring first half, County came close to taking the lead after 13 minutes when Steven Milne crashed a 12-yard header against the bar from Richard Brittain's free-kick. The dominant away side did eventually make one of their chances count four minutes after ...Full Story »

Cowdenbeath 0 : 2 Greenock Morton - Beath's woes deepen

Posted Wednesday, March 23, 2011 by PA

Cowdenbeath remain deep in relegation trouble after they were beaten 2-0 by Morton at Central Park. The visitors took an early lead when Carli Monti stroked home a second-minute penalty following Mark Baxter's handball. Beath's only real chance of the first half came just two minutes after they had fell behind when Craig Winter met Scott Linton's corner six yards out but his header fell wide. ...Full Story »

Dundee 1 : 1 Dunfermline - Pars denied top spot

Posted Wednesday, March 23, 2011 by PA

Dunfermline missed the chance to go top of the Scottish First Division as they were held by 1-1 Dundee at Dens Park. Athletic took the lead from an unlikely source after 32 minutes, Alex Burke netting his first goal since August 2009 with a stunning long-range effort. Dee did have their first-half chances with Leighton McIntosh and Gary Harkins missing the target from inside the box. The Dark...Full Story »

Top 99 Women of 2011 Part 4

Posted Tuesday, March 22, 2011 by Askmen.com

Did you really think she'd win two years in a row? While last year's No. 1 most desirable woman, Emmanuelle Chriqui, is just as deserving of the title again this year, even we are a little more creative than that. Last year, we praised Chriqui for her ability to remain mysterious in an age where paparazzi-driven over-exposure is de rigueur. This year has been no different. Do you know who sh...Full Story »

UEFA won't reduce £176 tickets

Posted Tuesday, March 22, 2011 by UK.eurosport.yahoo.com

The price of attending the 2011 Champions League final will not change despite UEFA president Michel Platini admitting they were too expensive. European football's governing body drew furious criticism for the price of general sale tickets for the Wembley showpiece on May 28. The cheapest available tickets will cost £150, with a further administration fee of £26. Platini told Fren...Full Story »

Pepe agrees to stay at Real until 2015

Posted Tuesday, March 22, 2011 by UK.eurosport.yahoo.com

Real Madrid's Portuguese international Pepe has agreed a contract extension until June 2015, sports daily Marca reported on Monday. The 28-year-old defender, who joined Real from Oporto in 2007 for 30 million euros after helping the Portuguese side win back-to-back league titles, will sign the new contract before the end of the season, the newspaper said. His current contract with Real ends ...Full Story »

Balotelli seeks Prandelli help

Posted Tuesday, March 22, 2011 by Supersport.com

Italy coach Cesare Prandelli revealed on Monday that Manchester City forward Mario Balotelli has appealed to him for help to control his behaviour on the pitch. Balotelli has been left out of the Azzurri squad for their upcoming games against Slovenia and Ukraine for breaking Prandelli's 'code of ethics' playing for his club. Balotelli was shown a red card for a high tackle on Goran Popov i...Full Story »

Messi, Mourinho the highest paid

Posted Tuesday, March 22, 2011 by Supersport.com

Lionel Messi and Jose Mourinho are the highest paid player and manager in football, according to France Football magazine. Barcelona's two time world footballer of the year Messi's income from his salary and publicity deals in 2011 amounted to €31 million, while Real Madrid boss Mourinho topped the manager's rich list with an income of €13.5 million. Messi's income, while making ...Full Story »

John Terry 'never gave up hope' of regaining England captaincy

Posted Tuesday, March 22, 2011 by theguardian.com

• 'I've always done whatever the manager needs of me'• Fabio Capello impressed by response to losing armband John Terry said he 'never gave up hope' that he would captain England again. John Terry has welcomed Fabio Capello's decision to restore him as England captain. It was confirmed at the weekend that Terry would lead England against Wales on Saturday. Terry, who was stripped...Full Story »

Ronaldo set to appear at Chinese league opener

Posted Tuesday, March 22, 2011 by chinadaily.com

The new bus for the Guangzhou Evergrande Football Club, file photo. Brazil's Ronaldo in this June 8, 2002 file photo. Brazilian football star Ronaldo Luis Nazario will not attend this season's CSL opening ceremony in Guangzhou, Tuesday's local newspaper New Express reports. Ronaldo's trip to China was finally rejected by the Guangzhou Evergrande Football Club due to his high appearance fe...Full Story »

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