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Fifa dismiss concerns over soaring temperatures and lack of football culture in Hell as bid leader Lucifer pays tribute to ‘role model’ Sepp Blatter

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Comment: to punish Rio Ferdinand for being a ‘role model’ is absurd

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How can it be fair that the former England captain is treated more harshly by the FA Commission for being a “role model for many young people”?

At least we fans of Scottish clubs know we are rubbish. What’s the excuse in England?

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I am English, I support a Scottish football team. Not the Scottish football team. I am not that much of a masochist. My poison is Hibernian.

Orgy of technology is killing the moment

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Slaves now to the technology that was supposed to improve the game, we debate the use and misuse of the DRS where once we talked of cricket

Ashes 2013: The Queen’s royal diary – one’s day At Lord’s

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In which The Queen has the dubious pleasure of being introduced to the Australian cricket team prior to the start of the Second Test

First Test shows how television technology can now control the action

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It is impossible to say with complete confidence whether Werner Heisenberg, the German pioneer of quantum mechanics, liked cricket.

The Ashes 2013: where have all the sledgers gone?

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The cricket may be one-sided this summer, but do not expect any vintage verbals during the Ashes series

The Ashes 2013: England’s Steven Finn is a thoroughly modern fast bowler

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An interview wot I did with the England fast bowler a couple of weeks before The Ashes

Sky Sports cricket pundit Bob Willis shows former pros in the media how to ask the difficult question

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The television highlight of the last few days was Bob Willis coming in off the long run about England’s (alleged) (mainly by Bob) ball-tampering.

Cricket stick men from the Daily Telegraph

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Because of a media boycott over photographs of the Tests between England and India, we were not allowed to use pictures on the Telegraph live over-by-over cricket blog. So we had to improvise…