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PREPARATIONS for the inaugural Dumiso Khumalo Memorial Tournament are all most complete with the tennis event set to roll into action on Friday. ...

Belgium made hard work of their first match in World Cup Group H but Marc Wilmots’ much-hyped side managed to come from behind to beat Algeria. ...

SECRETARY general Jorge Perez admits they never envisaged the dismal World Cup campaign they have endured but is adamant the current coach is the best man for the job. ...

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A STUNNING injury time strike from Lionel Messi spared Argentina’s blushes as they qualified for the last 16 of the World Cup with a hard fought 1-0 win over Iran in Belo Horizonte yesterday. ...

The England squad are hurting after their earliest World Cup exit since 1958 says Wayne Rooney. Costa Rica’s win over Italy on Friday confirmed that the Three Lions would be heading home after their clash with Los Ticos in Belo ...

THE world may have doubted Costa Rica, but Costa Rica never doubted themselves. As their players embraced, danced in front of their fans and grabbed banners thrown from the stands, it was hard not to reflect on something ...

Kolo and Yaya Toure will be staying at the World Cup in Brazil despite the death of their younger brother in England on Thursday, Cote d’Ivoire officials said yesterday. ...

BULAWAYO-born American football player Tinashe Bere is making it big in the United States of America where he has earned himself a scholarship to study at Duke University. ...

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