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Reading, QPR relegated from Premier League LONDON: Reading and Queens Park Rangers were relegated from the Premier League after the strugglers drew 0-0 on Sunday in a lacklustre and scrappy clash that epitomised their dismal seasons. Both sides needed a win to have any chance of staying up but Reading now return to the Championship (second division) after one season back in the top-flight while big-spending QPR must plot a return after two seasons among the elite. "I have told the players to bottle up the feeling as it is never nice to get relegated, and make sure they never feel that way again," Reading manager Nigel Adkins, who replaced the sacked Brian McDermott last month, told BBC Radio 5 Live. Reading and QPR have 25 points with three matches to play, seven adrift of third-bottom Wigan Athletic. Aston Villa, one place above the drop zone, have 34 with four games remaining. The bottom two sides ...

Eintracht draw at Mainz to falter in Champions League race BERLIN: Eintracht Frankfurt's chances of qualifying for the Champions League next season took a hit on Sunday when they drew 0-0 at Mainz 05, whose own European hopes look to have died. Frankfurt are fifth on 46 points, level with fourth-placed Schalke 04 who take on Hamburg SV later on Sunday and could tighten their hold on the spot that leads to the Champions League qualifying rounds with three games left. After a dull first ...
Wilkinson kicks Toulon into Heineken final LONDON: Former England hero Jonny Wilkinson returned to Twickenham to kick his French club Toulon to a 24-12 victory over Saracens on Sunday and set up an all-French Heineken Cup final against Clermont Auvergne.Wilkinson, who kicked all Toulon's points in their 21-15 quarter-final victory over Leicester, was again faultless as he landed seven penalties and a drop goal as the big-name, multi-national side reached the final for the first time in their second Heineken campaign.In ...
Ronaldo a doubt for Dortmund return MADRID: Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo is a doubt for their Champions League semi-final second-leg against Borussia Dortmund due to a thigh problem.Ronaldo, who missed Real's 2-1 win at Atletico Madrid on Saturday, suffered the injury in Real's 4-1 defeat to the Germans in the first-leg last Wednesday and his absence would significantly hamper any hopes of a comeback."Cristiano Ronaldo exercised alone on the pitch alongside physical trainer Carlos Lalin," a statement on the club's ...
Kubica says he tested in Mercedes F1 simulator LONDON: Robert Kubica has tried out the Mercedes team's Formula One simulator in another sign of the Polish driver's burning desire to return to grand prix racing. "Yes, I was in the Mercedes F1 simulator in the past," the former Sauber and Renault driver told the website while competing in the Azores round of the European Rally Championship at the weekend. The Pole, fighting back from arm and hand injuries he sustained in a ...
Sharapova makes easy work of Stuttgart defence STUTTGART: World number two Maria Sharapova saved her best performance of the week for last when she successfully defended her Stuttgart Grand Prix title with a 6-4 6-3 victory over second seed Li Na of China to kick off her clay-court season in style on Sunday.Sharapova, who had needed three sets in all her previous rounds in Stuttgart, found it easier against Li, taking revenge for her Australian Open straight-sets semi-final defeat to the Chinese."I ...
Newcastle rout was like 'death in family': Taylor LONDON: Newcastle defender Steven Taylor apologised to the club's fans after admitting his side's 6-0 thrashing against Liverpool felt like a "death in the family". Alan Pardew's team are in danger of relegation from the Premier League after their biggest loss at St James' Park since 1925 and Taylor concedes there can be no excuses for the shocking performance that threatens to wreck their season. Newcastle's supporters were already at a low ebb after local ...


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