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  Sydney FC Fires Head Coach Frank Farina
    SYDNEY, April 23: Sydney FC has fired Frank Farina as head coach just a few days after the club was eliminated in the playoff series and finished fifth in the Australian A-League.

Sydney chairman Scott Barlow says the ex-Australia and Brisbane coach "joined in a difficult period last season and has always given his absolute dedication and commitment to the club."

  Vinod Wins Pro-Am, Main Event Begins Today
    KATHMANDU, April 22 : Indian pro Vinod Kumar guided his team to the victory in the Surya Nepal Masters Pro-Am at the Gokarna Forest Golf Club on Tuesday.

Vinod teamed alongside with amateurs Tendi Sherpa, Dorjee Sherpa and Rabindra Man Shrestha won the title by one stroke scoring 120 points. The event was played under stroke play format with the best two nett scores per hole being counted for the team score.

  Arif Selected For ACC Premier League
    KATHMANDU, April 22: Youth talent Arif Sheikh, who stole the show in National One Day Cricket Championship by bagging coveted player-of-the-series award, has been confirmed his place in the ACC Premier League national squad on Tuesday. CAN had selected Arif in the preliminary 18-member teams for the tournament, scheduled to kick off from April 29 in Malaysia on Monday.

For the biggest award in the national tournament, which concluded on Monday, Arif had scored 261 runs with the average of 52.20 and picked up 11 wickets at an average of 15.36 runs to put up a phenomenal all round performance.

  Chelsea Loses Cech, Terry To Long-term Injuries
    MADRID, April 23: Chelsea will be without goalkeeper Petr Cech and captain John Terry for the rest of the Premier League season, prompting manager Jose Mourinho to make the Champions League his team´s priority.

The Chelsea veterans were injured during separate incidents in Tuesday´s 0-0 draw at Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal.

  Defensive Chelsea Holds Atletico In Scoreless Draw
       Associated Press  
    MADRID, April 23: Chelsea´s defensive game plan proved too much for Atletico Madrid as they played out a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal on Tuesday.

Jose Mourinho´s ultra-defensive tactics worked at the Vicente Calderon Stadium despite the early exit of goalkeeper Petr Cech to injury in the 18th minute. Mark Schwarzer came on with Cech´s long-term replacement — Thibaut Courtois — playing in the opposite goal, on-loan from Chelsea.

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