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· March, 2009

Stories about Sport from March, 2009

Iran:Iranian football coach sacked

Vietnam: Motorbike stunts

Guyana: Don't Get Fooled Again

Trinidad & Tobago: Pompoms

Morocco: Olympian Said Aouta Sacked

Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago: Don't Worry, Be Happy

Indian Premier League Cricket In Africa?

Afghanistan: Buzkashi National Game

Jamaica: Mind Games

Guyana: The English are Coming

Argentina: Xenophobia in the Football Stands

Rivalries in Argentine football can become quite heated. The battles on the field often spill over into the stands, as club supporters clash with one another. It is not always...

Jamaica: Windies Winners?

Dominican Republic: Upset at World Baseball Classic by Dutch Team

The 2nd edition of the World Baseball Classic tournament is underway and features Major League baseball players representing traditional baseball powers like the the Dominican Republic whose roster was filled...

Jamaica: Congrats, Windies!

Fiji: Rugby, politics and democracy

People in Fiji are slowly coming to grips with the fact the nation’s Rugby sevens team could not defend its World Cup title because it was beaten by upstart Kenya...

Venezuela: New Stadium in Libya to be Named After Chavez

Sri Lanka: Let Us Not Speculate

Australia: Reactions to “Cricket Terror”

Cricket, that shared legacy of British colonialism, has taken centre stage in Australian blogs following the terror attack in Lahore. This terror attack has taken bushfires off the front pages...

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Attack in Pakistan

Sri Lanka: LTTE was not behind

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