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Coca-Cola Mir Iqbal Hussain trophy

PANAJI: Coca-Cola India in partnership with the All India Football Federation (AIFF) announced the launch of 33rd Sub-Junior National Football Championship being played under the aegis of Mir Iqbal Hussain Trophy (MIHT).

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Vettel on pole for British GP

SILVERSTONE: Sebastian Vettel got his fifth pole in 10 qualifying sessions this season on Saturday, at the British Formula One Grand Prix, in another display of Red Bull speed. The German Vettel beat team-mate Mark Webber and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso for his 10th career top placing on the grid on a sunny afternoon. 

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Can flair overcome fear?

JOHANNESBURG: Some of the biggest names in world football will grace Sunday’s World Cup final, but will Xavi Hernandez, Andres Iniesta, Arjen Robben and Robin van Persie turn on the style or be shackled by a safety-first desire to bring the title home for the first time?

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It’s Sneijder versus Iniesta

The 2010 FIFA World Cup final between Netherlands and Spain is going to be a battle between two of the world’s best footballers — Wesley Sneijder and Andres Iniesta. Both had helped their clubs win the Champions League. In 2009 Iniesta was the star in Barcelona’s Champions League win while Sneijder helped Inter Milan clinch the title in 2010.

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The good, the bad and the ugly

JOHANNESBURG: The World Cup is winding down, and with the final days come the big awards. Let FIFA decide the best player and stingiest goalkeeper. After a month packed with 62 games and 32 teams, there are lots of other prizes to be handed out for this first World Cup on the African continent. Here are some World Cup awards for the good, the bad, the ugly and, of course, one for the octopus.

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Mapusa WC exhibition closes on July 11

MAPUSA: The closing ceremony of FIFA World Cup treasured memories of FIFA World Cup 1930 to 2010 will be held at the residence of Mr Pradip Chodancar at Gaunsawaddo, Mapusa on July 11 at 5.30 p.m.

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