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Lloris injury hampered by stress of charge - Pochettino

France's World Cup-winning captain was fined 50,000 pounds ($66,280) and banned from driving for 20 months after pleading guilty in court last week to being more than twice the legal drink-driving..
SBS

Last minute Opals ready to step up as FIBA World Cup opens

Tessa Lavey was in preseason, Sami Whitcomb celebrating a WNBA title but both of them have rushed to Spain to join the Opals for the FIBA Women's World Cup which starts on Saturday night.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Indian Hockey Team Starts Training In Bhubaneswar [Video]Indian Hockey Team Starts Training In Bhubaneswar

The 23-member Indian hockey team reached Bhubaneswar to join the month long national selection and trial camp in the run-up to Asian Champions Trophy and Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup.

nnis Sports English -   01:09

Fifa rules face scrutiny over Qatar [Video]Fifa rules face scrutiny over Qatar

FT leisure industries correspondent Roger Blitz and head of Lex Robert Armstrong discuss the fallout for football's governing body Fifa after further details arise alleging bribes connected to the..

Financial Times -   03:33

Brazil wins opening game of World Cup [Video]Brazil wins opening game of World Cup

Fans react to the opening game of the World Cup. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube;..

Financial Times -   00:39

Women's World Cup Qualifying [Video]Women's World Cup Qualifying

Confused by CONCACAF qualifying for the Women's World Cup next summer? We got you ...

Copa90 -   01:05

De Gea ignored WC criticism [Video]De Gea ignored WC criticism

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea says he was not affected by criticism he received for his performances in the World Cup this summer.

Sky Sports UK -   00:42

German doctors say Kremlin critic likely poisoned [Video]German doctors say Kremlin critic likely poisoned

A Kremlin critic linked to Russian protest punk band Pussy Riot probably was poisoned, his German doctors say. Pyotr Verzilov was flown to Berlin at the weekend after falling ill in Moscow. Lucy..

News Video Online -   01:29

 

Luongo bouncing back, while Jedi adjusts to new role

Bitterly disappointed at failing to see any action during the World Cup, Massimo Luongo is getting his swagger back with QPR.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

FIFA boost prize money, travel aid for Women's World Cup

FIFA will start funding business-class flights for some of the Women's World Cup teams travelling to France for next year's tournament.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

No rest for WNBA champs Bird, Stewart and Loyd

no rest for wnba champs bird, stewart and loyd
No rest for WNBA champs Bird, Stewart and Loyd; trio heads to Spain to play for USA Basketball in FIBA Women's World Cup days after Seattle Storm win title
FOX Sports

Croatia soccer federation denies WCup ticket scalping claim

Croatia's soccer federation says its leaders were not involved in suspected scalping of World Cup tickets
FOX Sports

Pochettino backs Kane to end goal drought

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is confident that Harry Kane will find the back of the net again soon despite failing to score in his last five matches for club and country. Kane came into the..
SoccerNews.com

FIFA to upgrade flights, raise prize money for Women's WCup

FIFA is making a concession to women's football and will start funding business-class flights for some 2019 World Cup teams' travel to France
FOX Sports

Tottenham want Balde

According to reports in Italy, Tottenham Hotspur are still interested in signing Keita Balde. The 23 year old forward, who featured for Senegal at the 2018 FIFA World Cup this summer, has been turning..
SoccerNews.com

Don't think we've had a better chance of winning World Cup: Plunkett

Surrey's newest and perhaps biggest signing reflects on his scarred Ashes memories, tryst with injuries, mental fatigue, and his 2019 dream
CricBuzz

Missing ink: Wallabies to cover up tattoos in Japan for World Cup

The Wallabies are familiar with cultural sensitivities around tattoos in Japan
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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