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As Ajax look to export young talent, Real order it in

(Reuters) - The Champions League last-16 first-leg match between Real Madrid and Ajax Amsterdam on Wednesday is an intriguing clash of two European heavyweights who have made young players central to their strategies, but for very different reasons.

Cricket - Shastri expects India to export home dominance overseas

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India will approach 2018 as the year to shed their "poor travellers" tag, head coach Ravi Shastri said ahead of the team's tour of South Africa.

Argentine lab peddles prized export - thoroughbred polo horse embryos

CARDALES, Argentina (Reuters) - Argentina is famous for its Malbec red wine and beef, but it boasts two lesser-known but equally prized exports: the sperm and frozen embryos of thoroughbred polo horses.

Rosario's other famous export, Rosario eyes gold

LONDON (Reuters) - Argentine hockey icon Luciana Aymar may be the only woman from Rosario to rival Lionel Messi's popularity, but the three-times world soccer player of the year has something she wants: Olympic gold.

Rosario's other famous export, Aymar eyes gold

LONDON (Reuters) - Argentine hockey icon Luciana Aymar may be the only woman from Rosario to rival Lionel Messi's popularity, but the three-times world soccer player of the year has something she wants: Olympic gold.

Rosario's other famous export, Aymar eyes gold

LONDON (Reuters) - Argentine hockey icon Luciana Aymar may be the only woman from Rosario to rival Lionel Messi's popularity, but the three-times world soccer player of the year has something she wants: Olympic gold.

Football networking: Brazil's plan to boost exports during World Cup

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Many Brazilians think the upcoming football World Cup is a waste of money, but Apex, the nation's export agency, says it can use the tournament to get more than $3 billion in new contracts for local businesses.

Denmark's JBS looks to build on Ronaldo underwear range success

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Top soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo's pose in underwear has helped open up dozens of export markets for Danish manufacturer JBS Textile Group and the company is hoping to build on that success with a range of shirts, its chief executive said.

A Brazilian in name only

ABIDJAN (Ivory Coast): With his name and knack for goals, Gervinho sounds like the latest Brazilian export to the world stage. But the young Ivory Coast striker says he is pure African.

Psy slaps Rodman over North-South slip

SEOUL: Flamboyant former NBA star Dennis Rodman's colourful tweets from the heart of Stalinist North Korea appear to have upset South Korea's best known cultural export, the "Gangnam Style" rapper Psy.