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FIFA U-17 World Cup: We are still the best and will prove it, says Ghana U-17 coach

FIFA U-17 World Cup: We are still the best and will prove it, says Ghana U-17 coach
Ghana U-17 coach Paa Kwesi Fabin

New Delhi, Oct 5 (UNI) Ghana U-17 coach Paa Kwesi Fabin is confident of a good show in the FIFA Under-17 World Cup and believes his side is one of the best of the 24 teams participating in the prestigious tournament, starting tomorrow.
Addressing mediapersons on the eve of their opening encounter against Colombia at the Jawaharlal Nehru (JLN) stadium here, Fabin said,"I don't think any of them (African countries) has over taken us.

Warner

Warner brings out the old 'Bull' to ignite the Ashes

MELBOURNE, Oct 18 (Reuters) Age and fatherhood may have mellowed David Warner, but nothing coaxes the old 'Bull' out of the Australia vice captain like a home Ashes series.

Federer

Federer eyes ATP Finals title, top ranking after Shanghai triumph

Undated, Oct 16 (Reuters) Roger Federer is eyeing a seventh ATP Finals crown and has not ruled out pinching the world number one ranking from Rafa Nadal if he maintains the form that won him his second Shanghai Masters trophy on Sunday.

Indonesian

Indonesian fans mourn death of keeper in collision with team mate

JAKARTA, Oct 16 (Reuters) Indonesian soccer fans are mourning the death of Choirul Huda, the long-term goalkeeper and captain of top flight side Lamongan FC, usually known as Persela, following a collision with a team mate during a weekend match at their stadium in East Java.

Sharapova

Sharapova eyes strong finish to season after Tianjin title

Undated, Oct 16 (Reuters) Maria Sharapova is looking for a strong finish to a season that began with a doping ban and hit a high in China on Sunday when she won her first title in over two years.

FIFA

FIFA U-17 World Cup: A tipping point for Indian football

Kolkata, Oct 15 (UNI) FIFA U-17 World Cup Project Director of the India 2017 LOC Joy Bhattacharjya today said this has been a tipping point for Indian football, and purely for the perception of Indian football and hosting this tournament, something has definitely changed.

Australia

Australia braces for another World Cup cliffhanger in Sydney

MELBOURNE, Oct 15 (Reuters) Australia will brace for another World Cup cliffhanger in Sydney, with FIFA confirming the second leg of the Socceroos' intercontinental playoff against Honduras will be played at the city's Olympic stadium on Nov.

Federer eyes ATP Finals title, top ranking after Shanghai triumph

Federer eyes ATP Finals title, top ranking after Shanghai triumph

Undated, Oct 16 (Reuters) Roger Federer is eyeing a seventh ATP Finals crown and has not ruled out pinching the world number one ranking from Rafa Nadal if he maintains the form that won him his second Shanghai Masters trophy on Sunday.

Indonesian fans mourn death of keeper in collision with team mate

Indonesian fans mourn death of keeper in collision with team mate

JAKARTA, Oct 16 (Reuters) Indonesian soccer fans are mourning the death of Choirul Huda, the long-term goalkeeper and captain of top flight side Lamongan FC, usually known as Persela, following a collision with a team mate during a weekend match at their stadium in East Java.

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