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And Sol Campbell makes it 51. Arsenal set a record of sorts in the English Premiership this season, becoming the only team to have a player been sent off in both their opening matches - a remarkable achievement even in a team that have had more than their fair share of sackings.
World field hockey chiefs were on Friday grappling with a major row caused by two unrelated trans-Atlantic developments that threaten to undermine the Olympic sport.
Birmingham boss Steve Bruce was reported on Friday to have launched a £5.5mil (US$9mil) bid to sign England midfielder David Dunn from Blackburn.
STEFAN Fatsis has a way with the English language and its lexicon. There is no doubt about that when you read his book I>Word Freak Heartbreak, Triumph, Genius, and Obsession in the World of Competitive Scrabble Players/I>.
Manchester United and Arsenal may have to playoff on a neutral venue in May if the English Premier League finishes in a deadheat.
Michael Phelps felt his 100m butterfly victory at USA Swimming#8217;s spring championships was a bit of a failure, even if it did make him the first male swimmer to win titles in three different strokes at a US national meet.
Mundane tasks like taking a bath, walking to a neighbour's house or shopping for groceries becomes a challenge when seniors begin to develop a fear of losing their balance, writes N.R. KLEINFIELD.
King Charles II of England, like his French contemporary King Louis XIV, was a patron of the sciences. In 1675, Charles II broke new ground by appointing an #8220;Astronomical observatory#8221; (a title later changed to Astronomer Royal) to take charge of the newly constructed Greenwich Observatory, east of London.
The Information Ministry will produce a second series of the I>Kelantan Dalam Gerhana /I>(Kelantan under the Eclipse) programme in order to tell the truth about the PAS-controlled state.