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We want to see the great game being played without racism. Soccer is the largest sport in the world. Sadly, at all levels of the game, there are incidents of racism. From players, fans, clubs or other football personnel, I believe that this behaviour, on and off the field, is undesirable and redundant by the majority of fans and players. In 2006 Football's leading body FIFA had announced its new anti-racism measures that would have into instant consequence. Match suspensions, points deductions and ineligibility from competitions are to be deployed...
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Decided to post this blog on ONLY simply sports... It can be a once off Smile

I'll add pictures soon....

Rod Laver was a professional tennis player who was to go into the record books as one of the greatest tennis players ever.

Rod Laver was born August 9, 1938, at Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. Despite lack of size, Laver grew strong and tough on his father's cattle property and emulated Budge by making the second male Grand Slam in 1962 as an amateur--then became the only double...
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Martina Navratilova

I chose Navratilova because I think the period she played in contained lot better and skilled players - and certainly several more who were near her calibre.

In 2003, she won the mixed doubles titles at both the Australian Open and Wimbledon to make her the oldest ever Grand Slam champion (aged 46 years, 8 months). Navratilova also won a singles match at the first round of Wimbledon in 2004, aged 47 years and 8 months, to make her the oldest player to win a professional singles match in the Open Era. Her most recent title came on May 27, at the Internationaux...
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Pav’s Top 5 Tennis Legends

1. The King of Swing – Pete Sampras - Pete Sampras is a retired Lamb Lover (Greek) - American tennis Champion. During his illustrious 15-year career, he won 14 Grand Slam men's singles titles. This is more titles than any other player except Roger Federrer who took over this record at Wimbledon in 2009. He had a 204–37 win-loss record over 52 singles tournaments. He is known as one of the greatest players of all time. An Icon to all tennis lovers. On July 17, 2007, Sampras was inducted...
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Pav's Best Cricket Sledges and Comebacks

Rod Marsh & Ian Botham
When Botham took guard in an Ashes match, Marsh welcomed him to the wicket with these words: "So how's your wife & my kids?" Ian Botham’s famous reply – "The wife's fine. The kids are retarded!" This was sure to make the list.

Daryll Cullinan & Shane Warne

As Cullinan was on his way to the wicket, Warne told him he had been waiting 2 years for another...
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