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Guus Hiddink to return as Dutch coach after World Cup

Guus Hiddink will take over from Louis van Gaal as Netherlands coach after the World Cup finals, the Dutch Footall Federation (KNVB) announced on Friday.

Nervy win helps Liverpool keep pace

Liverpool stayed firmly in the hunt for a first league title in 24 years as superb strikes from Steven Gerrard and Daniel Sturridge fired them to a 2-1 win over an obdurate Sunderland side at Anfield on Wednesday.

Sevilla serve a Real shocker

Real Madrid suffered a huge blow to their La Liga title hopes as a 2-1 win for Sevilla sent them crashing to a second defeat in four days on Wednesday.

Pakistan invites Maradona to develop game

Pakistan's football chiefs on Thursday invited Diego Maradona to visit the country after the Argentina legend disparagingly compared his own association to the South Asian nation's.

Bayern wrap up fastest Bundesliga title triumph

Bayern Munich set a new milestone in its dominance of German football on Tuesday, beating Hertha Berlin 3-1 to wrap up the quickest Bundesliga title in 51 years of the League.

Theatre of nightmares: It blows blue over Manchester

Manchester City rammed home their superiority over beleaguered rivals Manchester United in a comprehensive 3-0 win at Old Trafford on Tuesday, cutting its deficit to Premier League leader Chelsea to three points.

Rebuilding United make or break for Moyes

When David Moyes strode into Old Trafford for the first time as Manchester United's new manager, he knew the job of replacing Alex Ferguson would be, as he now says, "tough". Few imagined it would be this tough.

Premier League: Dzeko double helps City to 3-0 win over United

Edin Dzeko scored twice as Manchester City heaped more misery on Manchester United with a 3-0 victory on Tuesday to move to within three points of Premier League leaders Chelsea with two games in hand.

Messi will be world's best paid footballer, says Barcelona president

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has insisted that Lionel Messi will become the world's highest paid footballer once negotiations over his new contract are finalised.

Ronaldo draws criticism for slamming referee

Cristiano Ronaldo sparked a storm of criticism on Monday for condemning the referee who awarded three penalties in Barcelona’s dramatic win over Real Madrid.

A ‘Messi’ affair as Barca win real classic

Lionel Messi blew the La Liga title race wide open when he netted a hat-trick in a 4-3 comeback win for the champions at 10-man Real Madrid in an action-paced ‘Clasico’ on Sunday.

Shakira unveils second official World Cup song

The 37-year-old star, dating Spain defender Gerard Pique, has penned 'La La La',a reworked version of new song Dare, for this summer's Brazil event, reported Daily Star.

Messi hat-trick guides Barcelona to 4-3 win at Madrid

Lionel Messi scored a hat trick to give Barcelona a 4-3 win at 10-man Real Madrid in an electrifying and contentious "clasico" match that kept the three-way Spanish league title race wide open.

Bayern eager to claim title record in Berlin

Bayern face an away leg at Manchester United on April 1 in the Champions League's quarter-finals and are eager to get the Bundesliga title wrapped up as quickly as possible to focus on Europe.

Brazil football star Edinho mulls Iran World Cup adventure

As Brazil prepare for a first World Cup on home soil in 64 years, one Brazilian is plotting appearing at the finals with Iran. Former Vasco da Gama and Paraenense striker Edinho, moved to Iran in 2008 to play for Mes Kerman.

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