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2016-03 Archive

Lionel Messi closes in on Gabriel Batistuta record

Lionel Messi closed in on Gabriel Batistuta's goals record for Argentina as he scored his 50th for his country. Barcelona forward Messi, 28, brought up his half-century from the penalt...

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Manchester United plot transfer of Marcos Rojo to begin summer overhaul

Marcos Rojo will be a big-name casualty at Manchester United this summer. United are willing to listen to offers for the Argentina international, who moved to Old Trafford from Sporting Li...

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FKF issues statement on Sunday riot

The National football governing body Football Kenya Federation (FKF) yesterday, Monday 28th March  issued a statement condemning the ugly incidents that marred Kenya’s loss during S...

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Lukaku tipped to leave Everton in search of Champions League

Everton Striker Romelu Lukaku has made it clear he would have no problem working with former boss Jose Mourinho despite their history. The Belgian has scored 25 goals this season for the T...

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Zlatan Ibrahimovics preferred EPL club revealed

  MORE clues have been dropped about Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s future, an EPL striker has hinted at a big move . Ibrahimovic is “pretty likely” to move to the Premier...

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Novak Djokovic questions equal prize money in tennis

World number one Novak Djokovic says male tennis players should earn more money than their female counterparts because more people watch them play. Earlier, Indian Wells tournament CEO Ray...

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Nigerian star Kanu to visit Kenya

 Former Arsenal and Nigeria striker Nwankwo Kanu will make a four-day trip to Kenya at the begining of April. According to his itnerary, released today by his hosts digital television...

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Sportpesa boosts Kenyan golfers ahead of Kenya Open tee-off

Kenya golfers had every reason to smile after leading betting firm Sportpesa  came in handy by sponsoring the seven-man Kenya Open golf team with a whooping sponsorship of Kshs.700,000.Ea...

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