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  1. The final countdown: Rugby World Cup volunteers form The PackRead the original story w/Photo

    30 min ago | Richmond and Twickenham Times

    There are fewer than 100 days until the Rugby World Cup and volunteers have taken part in a training programme as Twickenham prepares to welcome the world. More than 4,000 members of "The Pack", a team of 6,000 volunteers who will assist visitors during the autumn tournament, got together in Milton Keynes on May 18. With an age range of between 18 and 86, the army of volunteers will follow in the footsteps of the Olympic 2012 Games Makers and Commonwealth Games 2014 volunteers.


  2. Whispers around world soccer and kickbacks now scream from headlinesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    And so, it has come to pass, in our world of sports marketing and branding and fat-cat-making, that international soccer is crooked. No less than U.S. Atty.


  3. Like Fellow Greatest Coach Belichick No GalacticosRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Vital Football

    Mourinho's low-key summer transfers will reflect his belief in teams over stars. When the New England Patriots won their fourth Super Bowl this past February, the most remarkable thing about the team was its lack of 'stars`.


  4. Gary Lineker slams ''nauseating'' and...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    The 1986 World Cup Golden Boot winner said it's unfathomable that Sepp Blatter could remain in charge of the organisation Gary Lineker showed the killer instinct which made him a World Cup Golden Boot winner as he eviscerated Sepp Blatter in the wake of FIFA's latest corruption scandal . The former England goal machine has urged major footballing nations to lead a breakaway from FIFA to end "the nauseating pollution of the world's game".


  5. A football drama fans could do withoutRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Newsday

    So a confession first: I am a football nut, and have been to the last three world cups in Germany, South Africa and Brazil. I watched as Michael Owen tore cruciate ligaments in the match against Sweden in Cologne and then took himself off the pitch on all fours; I saw Frank Lampard score a clear and obvious goal in Bloemfontain but was adjudged not to have crossed the line in England's mauling by Germany; and I sat disconsolate in Sao Paolo as - entirely predictably - Luis Suarez scored the goals for Uruguay that dumped us out of the tournament So like any good soccer fan, I've gone through the usual range of emotions - hope that your team is going to do well, and then the despair when it all ends in tears.


  6. Ex-Nottingham Forest man, that played with Freedman, on issues that need addressingRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Business News

    Ex- Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Dave Beasant has told HITC Sport that the Reds have promise, but need to be more consistent in order to push for promotion. The 2014/15 campaign was a tale of two halves for Nottingham Forest , with both, rather frustratingly, following a similar pattern.


  7. Ex-England international: I can't see how West Ham are going to progressRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Business News

    Soon to be ex-Blackburn goalkeeper Paul Robinson has questioned West Ham 's decision to move on from Sam Allardyce . Soon to be ex-Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper Paul Robinson told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast Show for talkSPORT that he feels West Ham United have made a mistake over Sam Allardyce.


  8. Mashaba doing himself no favoursRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    Of course, the discerning soccer fan would not have been surprised by Shakes Mashaba's outbursts following Bafana Bafana's defeat to Botswana on Sunday. The country's senior national team coach is known for such behaviour.


  9. Toulon Tournament 2015 preview: England's Young Lions bid for glory in the south of FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Toulon Tournament 2015 preview: England's Young Lions bid for glory in the south of France with James Wilson, Lewis Baker and Chuba Akpom in the squad There may not be a World Cup or European Championship this summer but that doesn't mean you'll be without international tournament action. The Copa America, Women's World Cup and European Under-21 Championships are still to come but this week sees the start of the Toulon Tournament in France.


  10. FIFA: What's the deal with world governing body?Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | CNN

    The 79-year-old Swiss has dominated the world's most popular sport over this 17-year period, although his reign not been without controversy. Blatter faced a criminal investigation after winning the 2002 FIFA presidential election, being accused of financial mismanagement by 11 former members of the ruling body's executive committee, including his 1998 election rival Lennart Johansson.


  11. Championship rumour mill round-up - all today's news and gossipRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Get Reading

    We'll be bringing you the latest updates on Championship sides as clubs eye up loan deals, free transfers and even look to splash the cash! Accoring to reports The Eagles are willing to listen to offers for the former non-league striker but want to recoup much of the A 6m they spent on the player Gayle, who has been a fringe player at Selhurst Park in the latter stages of this season, has failed to win over Eagles boss Alan Pardew with the Premier League outfit willing to listen to offers for the former Peterborough man. The Sun are reporting that Leeds United are close to re-signing duo Jermaine Beckford and Paul Robinson on free transfers.


  12. Ruddy Wants England ReturnRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Vital Football

    John Ruddy has spoken about wanting to get back into the England squad after his return to The Premier League with Norwich City. Ruddy was an England squad regular until last summer when he was dropped for the World Cup, having apparently been told that Championship football was not going to help his cause.


  13. Liverpool's A 20m attacker the biggest departure this summer - reportRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Business News

    Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is widely expected to be busy in the transfer market this summer, with the Anfield outfit in need of a squad revamp after an underwhelming campaign. A 6-1 humbling at the hands of Stoke was no way to send club legend Steven Gerrard off, with the Merseysiders a long way off the top four by the end of the campaign.


  14. Report: Leeds United set to re-sign two former stars for freeRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Business News

    ... 2012. As a trained journalist he has met famous faces from Mr T to Boris Johnson. He once featured in an England World Cup music video too, but it did not make the charts. He grew up wanting to be a Formula 1 driver, but it looks like this dream has ...


  15. David Beckham in Miami, Nearing a Shot on GoalRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Sunshine State News

    Soccer legend David Beckham was less than impressed last time anybody suggested he build his Miami soccer stadium away from downtown, away from the city's bustling waterfront and American Airlines Arena. "This is where we're gonna win it all," he said in 2013, standing at a site in full view of Biscayne Bay and the arena.


  16. FIFA officials arrested on U.S. corruption chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | CNN

    Acting on an indictment by the U.S. Justice Department, Swiss police arrested several top FIFA officials, including its vice president, during an overnight raid Wednesday on charges of corruption. In all, U.S. prosecutors issued arrest warrants for 14 people, on charges ranging from money laundering to fraud and racketeering and for alleged offenses that spanned 24 years, a law enforcement official told CNN.


  17. Cup half full for Coyle as he measures Celtic successRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evening Times

    Driven by a support hungry for trophies, European nights and league titles, satisfying this giant of Scottish football can often be a thankless task. Some believe winning the title and asserting themselves as the country's top club is enough; others would argue that only by accentuating this with Champions League football can one be content with a season's haul.


  18. The unbearable 'emptiness' of Sepp Blatter?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CNN

    The 79-year-old Swiss has dominated the world's most popular sport over this 17-year period, although his reign not been without controversy. Blatter faced a criminal investigation after winning the 2002 FIFA presidential election, being accused of financial mismanagement by 11 former members of the ruling body's executive committee, including his 1998 election rival Lennart Johansson.


  19. Hazard named Chelsea's Player of the Year & Players' Player of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Goal.com

    Kurt Zouma was chosen as the Young Player of the Year, while Oscar's outside-of-the-boot striker against QPR in November was named Goal of the Season Eden Hazard has been named Chelsea Player of the Year and Players' Player of the Year, with Kurt Zouma picking up the Young Player of the Year award. The Belgian, who also won the Professional Footballers' Association, Football Writers' Association and Premier League Player of the Year accolades, scored 19 goals and assisted a further 11 this season.


  20. Forget Pogba, Strootman: Manchester United must act now to sign the best midfielder in the leagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SoccerSweep

    Morgan Schneiderlin has made it clear in his latest public utterances that he is about to leave Southampton for a club that can offer Champions League football. Speaking on French radio the 25 year old, who has been strongly linked with a move to North London, said: "I learned a lot last season.