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T-Team Terminates Services Of Brazilian Players Involved In Tunnel Incident

KUALA TERENGGANU - T-Team has decided to replace its two import players from Brazil, Fabio Flor and Evaldo Rodrigues, who were in the centre of the Larkin Stadium tunnel incident.

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Westwood Takes Early Lead At Malaysian Open

Lee WestwoodLEE WESTWOOD shook off the disappointment of another missed major opportunity with a superb opening round in the Maybank Malaysian Open.

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Djokovic Playing With Hurt Wrist In Monte Carlo

NOVAK DJOKOVIC is playing Monte Carlo with a wrist problem after injuring it last week.

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F1 Can Still Improve: Hamilton

Lewis HamiltonLEWIS HAMILTON believes Formula One still has some issues to address this year despite putting on a thriller of a race two weeks ago in Bahrain.

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Tevez Denies Talk Of Rift With Messi

Juventus' Carlos Tevez (PIC: Reuters)BUENOS AIRES: Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has denied suggestions that a falling out with Lionel Messi is behind his ongoing absence from the Argentina side, saying that the two players “get on well”.

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Plenty Of Life Still In Barca, Insists Martino

Barcelona's coach Gerardo Martino (PIC: Reuters)VALENCIA: Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino maintained his side can still return to their former glories after they were beaten 2-1 by a Gareth Bale inspired Real Madrid in the Copa del Rey final yesterday.

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Advantage Arsenal As Palace Stall Everton

Crystal Palace's Cameron Jerome celebrates the winning goal (PIC: Reuters)LIVERPOOL: Everton squandered an opportunity to reclaim fourth place from Arsenal in the Premier League after Crystal Palace ended their seven-game winning run with a 3-2 away victory on Wednesday.

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Real Madrid Fans Jams Streets To Celebrate Cup Win

PIC: ReutersMADRID: Thousands of fans took to the streets of Madrid today, setting off fireworks and waving flags, to celebrate Real Madrid's 2-1 win over arch rivals Barcelona in the Copa del Rey final.

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City Must Win Last Five Games, Says Pellegrini

Manuel Pellegrini (right) reacts after his player Sergio Aguero (left) was fouled during their English Premier League football match against Sunderland at the Etihad stadium in Manchester (PIC: Reuters)LONDON: Manchester City must win their last five Premier League matches if they are to be crowned champions, manager Manuel Pellegrini said after the damaging 2-2 home draw against bottom side Sunderland yesterday.

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Everton Can Still Finish Fourth, Says ‘Hurt’ Martinez

Everton's Steven Naismith goal did not help Everton to win this morning's match (PIC: Reuters)GOODISON PARK: Premier League despite suffering a “hurtful” 3-2 defeat by Crystal Palace at Goodison Park yesterday.

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