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    Javier Mascherano Becomes Argentina Captain

    Liverpool midfield star Javier Mascherano has decided to accept the offer to become the captain of the Argentine national football team.

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    Man City To Poach Jose Mourinho?

    According to latest emerging press reports in England, newly enriched Premier League club Manchester City are looking forward to appointing the current Inter Milan coach Jose Mourinho as their manager.

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    The emotional, roller-coaster of the Nagpur Test

    It has been an eon since one came across an emotional, roller-coaster of a set of moments, as one did on the last day of the final test match between arguably, two of the biggest cricketing giants in the world of cricket, for the Border-Gavaskar trophy.

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    Wenger Trapped In Signing Dilemma

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that he is unsure whether to make any acquisitions in January or not in the wake of recent results both in the Premier League and in the UEFA Champions League.

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    Sato coming back to Formula One

    There aren’t many in the world of motorsports who get the chance to race at the highest level of Formula One.

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    Its Time to Party!

    It was stars and cars for McLaren Mercedes as they celebrated the end of the motorsport season with the 2008 Formula One Drivers’ Champion, Lewis Hamilton.

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    Force India part company with Ferrari

    Scuderia Ferrari will no longer be the lifeblood of the Force India Formula One cars in the 2009 season.

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    McLaren to team up with Force India

    2009 will see a number of changes coming into the Force India lineup.

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    Force India undergoes revamp

    Preparing the team for the upcoming 2009 season, Force India have left Chief Technical Officer Mike Gascoyne and Team Principal Colin Kolles out of their plans for next season.

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    Sebastien Loeb wins Red Bull Racing F1 test

    Citroen gave their five-time World Championship winning driver a nice present when sponsors Red Bull gave Sebastien Loeb the chance to ride a Formula One car during testing.

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