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Pogba 'the Pickaxe' ready to carve out more French glory

PARIS (Reuters) - France built their greatest triumphs on midfield and in Paul Pogba they may have what it takes to win a third European Championship title on home soil. The Juventus midfielder has been a key element of Didier Deschamps's squad ..., 1 week ago

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Who is Cardiff City's new head coach?

A top class coach with a bright future or a cheap option that has failed to capture the imagination of Cardiff City supporters. Paul Trollope divides opinion. On the terraces at the Cardiff City Stadium he will need to early success to silence ...
 BBC1 week ago

Marcel Desailly: 'France better than in 1998, 2000'

As well as Desailly, the team which lifted the World Cup on home soil in 1998 before going on to win Euro 2000 boasted talents such as Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Zinedine Zidane and current French coach Didier Deschamps. "Technically they are ...
 CNN3 weeks ago
Malay Mail

From tragedy to triumph: Chris Coleman leads Wales to first major tournament since 1958

Chris Coleman has led Wales to a major tournament for the first time since the 1958 World Cup. ― Reuters pic CARDIFF, May 10 ― For Wales manager Chris Coleman, who has led his country to a first major tournament since 1958, the greatest triumph ...
 Malay Mail3 weeks ago Football: From tragedy to triumph for Wales's Coleman  Times of India3 weeks ago From tragedy to triumph for Wales's Coleman  Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha3 weeks ago
Irish Times

Euro Moments: Sensational Michel Platini leads France to glory

The French captain scored an incredible nine goals in five games at Euro 1984 It was France that started the World Cup. After all the trophy is named after Jules Rimet, Fifa President from 1921 to 1954. It was also France that started the European ...
 Irish Times3 weeks ago

Jabloteh's Campbell, Gay batter Caledonia »

AAQUIL CAMPBELL and Jamal Gay each scored a pair as San Juan Jabloteh battered Morvant Caledonia United 6-2 on Saturday, in a Round One Match Day Seven fixture in the Flow Youth Pro League Under- 18/Reserve Division. Campbell found the back of the ...
 Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday1 month ago
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