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The players of Israel's Bnei Sakhnin set off on the greatest soccer journey of their lives on Monday when they travelled from their poor town in the north of the country to Newcastle United's St James' Park.
When the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) were first given a piece of land in 1976, they were staring at a nightmare. It was bumpy, full of squatter homes and big trees.
The odd-numbered years are the odd years out in international sports. Or are they?
Liverpool#8217;s signing of Spanish striker Fernando Morientes is further proof that top overseas English Premier League managers are reluctant to buy #8220;foreign players#8221;.
Southampton midfielder David Prutton, firing the first salvo before Saturday#8217;s FA Cup fourth round game, says he hopes bitter rivals Portsmouth get dragged into the English Premier League#8217;s relegation dogfight.