Monthly Archives: August 2010

Arsenal bids for Sevilla’s Sebastian Squillaci

Arsenal are in negotiations for French central defender Sebastien Squillaci after he asked to be removed from Sevilla’s Champions League squad to play Braga. GettyImages Sebastien Squillaci is the subject of interest Squillaci would be cup-tied to play for any … Continue reading

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Explosions in Baghdad

Six people were killed and at least 22 people injured in a series of explosions in Baghdad on Sunday, officials said. The first explosion was a sticky bomb attached to a minibus. It went off near the ministry of transportation … Continue reading

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Maradona for Aston Villa

Diego Maradona has set his sights on a sensational switch to Aston Villa in the wake of Martin O’Neill’s departure. GettyImages Maradona: Heading for the Villa? Maradona left his post as Argentina coach after the World Cup and his European representative … Continue reading

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One more month for Rio Ferdinand

August 15, 2010 Defender Rio Ferdinand is still a month away from returning to action, according to Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. GettyImages Rio Ferdinand’s World Cup was ended by a training injury in South Africa The England captain has spent … Continue reading

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EPL first timer – 4-0 victory!

Tangerines triumph to illuminate new season GettyImages Alex Baptiste completed the embarrassment for Wigan SCORING SUMMARY Wigan Athletic Blackpool   Gary Taylor-Fletcher (16)   Marlon Harewood (38)   Marlon Harewood (43)   Alex Baptiste (75) MATCH STATS Wigan Athletic Blackpool Shots (on Goal) 12(5) … Continue reading

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38 Missing in new China slides

China calls national day of mourning for mudslide victims A Chinese family pay their respects to relatives killed in the landslide in Zhouqu, in China’s Gansu province on August 12, 2010. STORY HIGHLIGHTS At least 38 people are missing in … Continue reading

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