West Indies coach Ottis Gibson has been fined 20 per cent of his match fee after pleading guilty to breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during the drawn second test between West Indies and Australia.
Gibson challenged the accuracy of the Decision Review System and its implementation by the match officials at a news conference after Tuesday’s third day of play at Queens Sports Oval.
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Sometime in the next three weeks the Football Association’s power brokers will meet to decide whether John Terry should continue to captain England.
Terry’s court case concerning an alleged racially aggravated public order offense involving Queens Park Rangers’ Anton Ferdinand has been adjourned to July 9, eight days after Euro 2012 ends. Terry denies the charge.
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Liverpool reached the fifth round of the F.A. Cup on Saturday at the expense of its fiercest rival, a last-gasp 2-1 victory over Manchester United leaving the famous competition without the Premier League’s top two teams.
While Chelsea progressed with a 1-0 win at Queens Park Rangers thanks to Juan Mata’s second-half penalty, Netherlands forward Dirk Kuyt was the matchwinner for Liverpool in the 88th minute at Anfield.
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