It’s July 2nd, 2000 and it is a horrible day as far as I’m concerned. However, it is not because I’m struggling to get through class XII and not keeping up with my homework for which I’m getting plenty of stick from my mother. Neither is it because I have a terrible toothache which has not subsided even after a trip to the dentist. Read more

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Expectations of some high octane football, players coming out their club season-jetlags, people wary of racial abuses in Poland and Ukraine — a part of Europe that has often been in news for these reasons — the Euro 2012 is already keeping sports writers and fans for a better of the world glued to the subject. Read more

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Moonmoon Ghosh

The scorecard read 4-0. Germany started on a rampage and thrashed Australia, with all the goals coming from different players. Lukas Podolski opened the scoring, Old Gun Miroslav Klose chipped in with the second (aiming to break Ronaldo’s record of 15 World Cup goals at this tournament), young blood Thomas Muller got the third, and Brazilian-born Cacau (now a German national) slotted home the final of an evening of swashbuckling play. Read more

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Moonmoon Ghosh

He is a disciplinarian. He is stern and strict. He wears odd-shaped glasses that exaggerate the strictness quotient. He folds his arms across his chest during training and warm-ups, the beady eyes missing not a single thing. He doesn’t dance and jump around on the touchline when a player misses the ball or strays out of position. A silent glare is sufficient to let the player know what went wrong. At times, he throws out his arms in disbelief to question why a player started a particular move. Read more

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