The World of Yesterday

A journey fifteen years ago: back on course two of the most important of the late 90s duets between yellow tank tops too short, stored in cellars maxis, orange balls and gold discs. Black and white It is Shaquille. It is Joey. If you ever come across

Stephen Strasburg will undergo surgery Friday

RDS.ca Tuesday, 31 August 2010 10:23 p.m. The rookie pitcher Stephen Strasburg of the Washington Nationals will undergo surgery Friday when he will undergo the Tommy John surgery, which aims to rebuild his right elbow. His rehabilitation period is sc

Kane and Sharp in fourth place

AP Saturday, Jan. 19. 2008. 4:01 p.m. SUN CITY, South Africa - Jennifer Rosales and Dorothy Delasin managed the best round of the day on Saturday to allow the Philippines to take first place in the company of South Korea in the World Cup women's golf

"My goal is to play in one of the five or six biggest clubs in Europe. My dream is to win the Champions League. Although I am now very happy and very comfortable in Madrid, people respect my privacy. " With these statements, Arda Turan ASEG ...

"My goal is to play in one of the five or six biggest clubs in Europe. My dream is to win the Champions League. Although I am now very happy and very comfortable in Madrid, people respect my privacy. " With these statements, Arda Turan rece

Pellegrini shelves City Shopping

Photo: Getty Share Tweet Email Manchester City have spent over 400 million dollars on Spanish Jesus Navas and Brazilian Fernandinho. And just the two players is the club's new manager, Manuel Pellegrini, happy to have been in the squad. - Jesus is a

OM must respond to Brest

Share Tweeter The last update 02/12/2012 at 12:17 - Published on 01/12/2012 at 16:25 Eurosport - On 02/12/2012 at 12:17 Wednesday punished by Lyon (1-4), OM will have to raise its head in Brest if he still wants to play the leading roles. A movement

AGF expects deficit

Photo: FrontzoneSport.dk Share Tweet Email AGF is currently and flirts with the Super League relegation line, and on the economic track, there is not much to cheer about for Aarhusians. Today unveiled Aarhus Elite, which is the company behind the AGF