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Brazilian show class in win over Hungary

World champions Brazil showed their class with a dazzling performance to beat Hungary 4-1 in a highly entertaining international friendly on Wednesday.

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Romania crush Germany

Germany suffered their worst away defeat for 65 years, Greece's long unbeaten run ended and the Czech Republic lost again as Wednesday's Euro 2004 warm-ups went badly wrong for some of the tournament hopefuls.


Redefining Europe

Tomorrow, the European Union expands to 25 members when 10 more nations join the 'club'. As the new Europe gets bigger, its nations often struggle to find common threads, writes TOM RACHMAN.

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Brazil seeking to beat Hungary, and score first goal this year

Hungary will defend an unbeaten record against Brazil, when they take on the world champions in a friendly international at the Ferenc Puskas Stadium today.

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Japan coach Zico hints at exit after 2006 World Cup

Japan coach Zico has hinted he intends to quit after the 2006 World Cup, a Japanese newspaper reported yesterday.

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Edu gets in, Ronaldo out

Arsenal midfielder Edu was one of four uncapped players named in the Brazil squad on Tuesday for this month's friendly in Hungary while Real Madrid striker Ronaldo was rested.


Real and romantic France

I>Almost French/I>: Review by TEE SHIAO EEK.


Asean congress

FOR many years already, Nagy Laszlo's monthly First Saturday chess tournaments in Budapest have been regular fixtures on the international chess calendar.

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Double hernia surgery for indoor sprint king Gardener

World Indoor 60 metres champion Jason Gardener has suffered a blow in his preparations for the Athens Olympics after undergoing surgery for a double hernia.

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Mutola forges on as old guard begins to feel the pace

Most of the world#8217;s premier athletes gave the World Indoors Championships a wide berth, sensing there was more to lose than gain in Olympic year. Maria Mutola, however, rarely follows in the footsteps of others.