Even if Manchester United will succeed in eliminating Chelsea FC from the UEFA Champions League, Carlo Ancelotti is confident in his stay at the club in London until the end of his contract. Previous managers have been for less reasons than a trophyless season, though he remains defiant and apparently assured that he will be able to see out the final 12 months of his current deal at least.
Arsenal FC of London will become the 10th Premier League side to fall into foreign ownership, as American businessman Stan Kroenke has increased his shareholding in Arsenal to 62.89%, and indends to make an offer for the rest of the club.
Clearly displaying the skills that have made him world champion, Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel succeeded in winning the dramatic Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday.
The more stricter the regulation of Augusta National tournament is, the more likely for an unexpected moment to occur. Hardly has the golf competition started when the first “uncomfortable” situation popped out in the form of Australian professional Aaron Baddeley’s well positioned shot in a woman’s lap.
Young “phenomenon” Rickie Fowler has just learned the “hard way” at his press conference that Augusta National policy apparently does not agree with “loud” outfits/fashion statements, an aspect for which the player is famous.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) is willing to help skateboarding and BMX freestyle into the Olympic Games program, but these sports might have to wait for a long time until their inclusion.
Novak Djokovic defeated world number one Rafael Nadal 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 in the incredible final of the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami on Sunday, a match that needed a third set tiebreak to decide the champion of the tournament.
Wayne Rooney could be called “a magician” after his performance during Manchester United’s match against West Ham United. The quickfire striker pulled out his “stunt” just in time to ensure that his team stormed seven points clear at the top of the Premier League by beating West Ham United with a 4-2 score.
Rafael Nadal met longtime rival Roger Federer in the semifinals stage of the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami and taught him a lesson in tennis, defeating him 6-3, 6-2 on Friday. Nadal dominated the whole match and extended his record to 15-8 in matches against Federer.
World and European soccer governing bodies FIFA and UEFA have suspended Bosnia from any related international competition on the grounds of the country’s football federation’s failure to comply with a series of their rules.