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English Premiership side Leeds United sacked manager Terry Venables Friday after just eight months in charge and made former Sunderland boss Peter Reid caretaker manager.
Brazil is set to host the 2014 World Cup after all 10 South American nations voted on Monday to back the country as the continent's only candidate.
Time is running out for strugglers Torino, who desperately need a win at home to title challengers AC Milan today to keep alight their flickering hope of avoiding the drop.
AC Milan are determined to prove they have the stomach for a championship fight by dealing a knock-out blow to title rivals Lazio at fortress San Siro tomorrow.
The International Rugby Board announced that they had cancelled the Chile and Malaysian stops on the World Sevens series, apparently without telling the Malaysian organisers.
Sacked Leeds boss David O'Leary believes his successor Terry Venables is in a no-lose situation at the troubled Premiership club.
Leed United had a dream - to compete with the best in Europe and against the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United. They borrowed heavily and went on a spending spree. Fro a while it worked. But it's a fickle world. Now, Leeds are forced to sell their players cheaply just to stay in the game. Gambling on success can be costly.
Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry on Wednesday gave under-fire manager Gerard Houllier a vote of confidence and pledged that there will be no sale of the club's players, even if they do not clinch a Champions League spot next season.
The fate of Bayer Leverkusen coach Klaus Toppmoller hangs in the balance this weekend as last year's Bundesliga runners-up struggle against the drop.
They came, they scored, they certainly didn#8217;t conquer, but tiny Farnborough Town left the home of the English champions with pride intact despite losing 5-1 to Arsenal on Saturday in the FA Cup fourth round.