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Amla resigns as captain for South Africa

Hashim Amla has stepped down as South Africa’s captain. He first took the role from the outgoing Graeme Smith in 2014, with some skepticism. South Africa won their first three series under Amla, followed by a 0-0 draw in rainy Bangladesh and a 3-0 whitewash in India. However, in the second Test against England – Read More

Ex-Jays GM Anthopoulos to join Dodgers’ front office, say reports

Reports from ESPN and Fox Sports say former Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos has been hired in a front office position with the Los Angeles Dodgers. What he’ll be doing isn’t yet known, but it does confirm an earlier statement by him that he would return to baseball. The 38-year-old Anthopoulos shocked Jays fans Read More

Finland beats Russia to take gold at World Juniors

Finland has won the IIHF World Junior Championships; the host country took gold by defeating Russia 4-3 in overtime at the final in Helsinki. The bronze medal went to the USA, who crushed Sweden 8-3. (Image source: CTV)

Manny Pacquiao to retire from boxing in April

Filipino boxing great Manny Pacquiao will be hanging up his gloves soon. He confirms that he will be retiring in the spring to focus on a political career in the Philippines. Pacquiao, who lost that high-profile challenge to Floyd Mayweather back in May, had a boxing career lasting more than 20 years, with 57 wins, Read More

FIFA considers nine-year ban for Valcke

FIFA is recommending a nine-year ban from soccer activity for former secretary general Jerome Valcke. In October the Frenchman was provisionally suspended for 90 days over claims that he was planning to profit from World Cup ticket sales. Valcke is also dealing with bribery allegations, but has denied any wrongdoing. The proposed nine-year ban would Read More

Australia to skip U-19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh

Australia is pulling out of the Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh due to security concerns. The move echoes earlier actions by Australia’s senior team, who pulled out of their Bangladesh tour for the same reason in October last year. The ICC has called in Ireland as Australia’s replacement ahead of the tournament, which starts Read More

Gayle fined for comments in Big Bash League match interview

West Indies star player Chris Gayle has been fined almost $10,000 Canadian by his Big Bash League team, the Melbourne Renegades, for comments to an Australian TV reporter seen as sexist. This was during Monday’s BBL match with the Hobart Hurricanes. In an interview with Channel 10 reporter Mel McLaughlin, Gayle was commenting on McLaughlin’s Read More

Hiddink sees first EPL win for Chelsea, as Spurs draw at Everton

On Sunday, Chelsea secured their first English Premier League victory under manager Guus Hiddink, as they defeated Crystal Palace 3-0 inside Selhurst Park; and at Goodison Park, Tottenham Hotspur were held to a 1-1 draw with Everton. (Image source: BBC)

Zinedine Zidane named new boss at former club Real Madrid

Zinedine Zidane will become the first French manager at Real Madrid, replaced Rafael Benitez, who’s been fired after only seven months in charge. Zidane was promoted after coaching the club’s ‘B’ team. The Frenchman was himself a former Real player, and was long considered a future boss at the Bernabeu, and now here he is, Read More

Scotland police probe death of English county cricketer Matthew Hobden

Police are investigating the death of Sussex bowler Matthew Hobden. The 22-year-old was found dead on a private property in northeastern Scotland on Saturday under “unexplained” circumstances. Hobden made his first-class debut in 2014, and was seen as having a potential future on the international stage for England. He represented Sussex in all formats until Read More


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