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  • Liverpool seek to land knockout blow on Chelsea

    Liverpool seek to land knockout blow on Chelsea

    Liverpool seek to land knockout blow on Chelsea

    By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Liverpool can eliminate one of their two rivals from the Premier League title race by beating Chelsea on Sunday and the way the dice is rolling for them they might even have one hand on the trophy by the end of the weekend. If Brendan Rodgers's side overcome second-placed Chelsea at Anfield and notch a 12th consecutive league win it would knock Jose Mourinho's side out of the reckoning and should Manchester City then fail to beat Crystal Palace a little …

  • Losing Cech hands initiative to Liverpool, say Goal Singapore readers

    Losing Cech hands initiative to Liverpool, say Goal Singapore readers

    Losing Cech hands initiative to Liverpool, say Goal Singapore readers

    The Chelsea number one has been ruled out for the rest of the season after injuring himself in the Champions League, with the crunch tie against the Reds coming up this weekend …

  • Benzema strike gives Real edge over holders Bayern

    Benzema strike gives Real edge over holders Bayern

    Benzema strike gives Real edge over holders Bayern

    By Iain Rogers MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid struck early through Karim Benzema and comfortably held Bayern Munich at bay to beat the holders 1-0 on Wednesday and move a step closer to a first Champions League final in 12 years. Chasing a record-extending 10th European crown, Real were content to cede possession to the slick Bundesliga champions in the semi-final, first leg and created much the better chances with a series of trademark counter attacks. Benzema’s 19th-minute goal came from …

  • Ancelotti happy as Real thrive without much from Ronaldo, Bale

    Ancelotti happy as Real thrive without much from Ronaldo, Bale

    Ancelotti happy as Real thrive without much from Ronaldo, Bale

    By Iain Rogers MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti praised his team for beating holders Bayern Munich in Wednesday's Champions League semi-final, first leg without their two biggest names taking a leading role. Cristiano Ronaldo, top scorer in this season's competition, struggled after returning from injury and record signing Gareth Bale only played the final 20 minutes following a bout of flu. Karim Benzema scored the winner in the 19th minute at the Bernabeu, setting Real …

  • Good ambiance crucial to get best from Messi - Sabella

    Good ambiance crucial to get best from Messi - Sabella

    Good ambiance crucial to get best from Messi - Sabella

    By Rex Gowar BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina must create the right team climate to give the world's best player Lionel Messi the right support to enable him to shine at the World Cup in Brazil, coach Alejandro Sabella said on Wednesday. Sabella also said Argentina's status among the favourites would be countered by the fact they will be playing in the backyard of the most successful team in the competition with five titles. Messi has had a troubled few months and been the butt of …

  • There is no better team than Real Madrid, admits Guardiola

    There is no better team than Real Madrid, admits Guardiola

    There is no better team than Real Madrid, admits Guardiola

    The ex-Barcelona boss was unable to continue his excellent record at Santiago Bernabeu but insists he was proud of his players despite their defeat …

LAHAD DATU, 1 Mac (Bernama) -- Dua komando polis terbunuh setelah terkena

serangan mortar di Kampung Tanduo, yang menjadi kubu kumpulan penceroboh

bersenjata dari selatan Filipina, di sini hari ini.

Mereka terkena serangan itu ketika sedang berkawal di satu daripada pos di

sekitar Kampung Tanduo.

Wartawan Bernama yang berada di kawasan Felda Sahabat 17 di perkampungan itu

berkata mayat dua anggota keselamatan itu diusung oleh polis dan dimasukkan ke

dalam sebuah trak polis untuk dibawa ke Hospital Lahad Datu.

"Sehingga kini tiada pengesahan polis, kami hanya melihat mayat dengan boot

hijau diusung ke dalam trak tersebut," katanya yang terpaksa keluar dari kawasan

Felda itu setelah diarahkan pihak berkuasa.

Pada 2 petang, beliau berkata pihak berkuasa mengarahkan wartawan keluar

kerana khuatir keselamatan mereka berikutan insiden tembakan masih berlaku.

Setakat ini, tiada pihak berkuasa boleh mengesahkan identiti anggota yang

maut.

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    KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Dozens of Sherpa guides packed up their tents and left Mount Everest's base camp Wednesday, after the deaths of 16 of their colleagues in an avalanche exposed an undercurrent of resentment by Sherpas over their pay, treatment and benefits.

  • Chelsea may field weakened team v Liverpool - Mourinho Reuters
    Chelsea may field weakened team v Liverpool - Mourinho

    Chelsea could field a weakened team in their top of the table Premier League game at Liverpool on Sunday, said manager Jose Mourinho after Tuesday's 0-0 draw at Atletico Madrid. With his second-placed side five points adrift of leaders Liverpool with only three games left, Mourinho is clearly prioritising next week's Champions League semi-final second leg at home to Atletico over their slim Premier League title hopes. The Portuguese, however, said he would speak to the hierarchy at Chelsea before making a final decision on the team he would field at Anfield on Sunday.

  • Ancelotti happy as Real thrive without much from Ronaldo, Bale Reuters
    Ancelotti happy as Real thrive without much from Ronaldo, Bale

    By Iain Rogers MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti praised his team for beating holders Bayern Munich in Wednesday's Champions League semi-final, first leg without their two biggest names taking a leading role. Cristiano Ronaldo, top scorer in this season's competition, struggled after returning from injury and record signing Gareth Bale only played the final 20 minutes following a bout of flu. Karim Benzema scored the winner in the 19th minute at the Bernabeu, setting Real up nicely ahead of Tuesday's second leg in Munich as they seek a first appearance in the final since they won their ninth European crown in 2002. "Without Bale and with Cristiano at 50 percent it is not easy to play so well," Ancelotti told a news conference.

  • Mourinho's cautious Chelsea frustrate Atletico Reuters
    Mourinho's cautious Chelsea frustrate Atletico

    By Iain Rogers MADRID (Reuters) - Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho returned to Spain with an ultra-cautious approach as his team earned a 0-0 draw with surprise Champions League semi-finalists Atletico Madrid in a first leg lacking in excitement on Tuesday. The stalemate at the Vicente Calderon, which Atletico coach Diego Simeone believes gives Chelsea a slight advantage in next week's return at Stamford Bridge, came at a cost for the 2012 winners, however. Goalkeeper Petr Cech was ruled out for the season after hurting his elbow, captain John Terry limped off with an ankle injury and midfielders Frank Lampard and John Obi Mikel earned bookings that mean they are suspended for the second leg.

  • Analysis - United must move fast with vital window looming Reuters
    Analysis - United must move fast with vital window looming

    By Ed Osmond LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester United must move quickly to appoint a new manager and give him maximum time to operate in what will be a critical transfer window for the club. A season of abject failure under David Moyes brought a swift end to the former Everton manager's reign at Old Trafford and United will have to act equally decisively to install the right man to try to revive their fortunes. Netherlands manager Louis van Gaal is the favourite and he has the necessary experience and record of success. Carlo Ancelotti of Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund's Juergen Klopp have also been linked with the job, although the German appeared to rule himself out of contention on Tuesday.

  • Man United act to halt slide as power shifts back to Liverpool Reuters
    Man United act to halt slide as power shifts back to Liverpool

    By Keith Weir LONDON (Reuters) - The balance of power in English football has shifted from one famous U.S.-owned club to another, with Liverpool on course to win the league for the first time in 24 years while rivals Manchester United are in disarray and seeking a new manager. The Glazer family who own United showed their ruthless streak on Tuesday when they sacked manager David Moyes after less than one season in the job. Moyes inherited a Premier League-winning team from Alex Ferguson last year but a dismal campaign means United will miss out on a place in the UEFA Champions League - Europe's top club competition - next season for the first time since 1995. Failing to qualify will cost United upwards of 30 million pounds next year but the Glazers will have been prompted to act by fears of a long barren streak of the kind from which Liverpool are emerging.

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