SEMI-FINAL: Kim Swee not bothered by Indonesian counterpart's mind games
LEAGUE CUP: Sunderland give Jose taste of the blues with last-gasp winner
CLUB WORLD CUP: German giants put three past Guangzhou to make final
MADRID: Primera Liga leaders Barcelona comfortably secured their place in the last 16 of the Copa del Rey with a 3-0 win over third-tier Cartagena on Tuesday, to seal a 7-1 win on aggregate.
LONDON: Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Glenn Hoddle would be interested in returning to the club to succeed the sacked Andre Villas-Boas, a source close to him revealed on Tuesday.
LONDON: Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has revealed his star striker Sergio Aguero could be out of action for longer than expected.
YOUNG Tigers A could compete in the Queensland League in Australia while a professional futsal league will be introduced in Malaysia in 2015 or 2016 following the men's disastrous performance in the Sea Games.
IF there is one statistic that makes Indonesia Under-23 coach Rahmad Darmawan cringe even more than being reminded that his team have not won a football gold medal in the Sea Games since the 1991 edition in Manila, it is their recent track record against Malaysia.
VIETNAM beat Malaysia 4-0 in the country's first appearance in the semi-finals of Sea Games women's football in 10 years in Mandalay yesterday.
MALAYSIA won a medal in women's futsal for the first time at the Sea Games after a 3-3 draw with Vietnam yesterday clinched them third place.
INSPIRING: Malaysia beat Vietnam to set up showdown with Indonesia
AGADIR (Morocco): Raja Casablanca fans are hoping wildly unpredictable goalkeeper Khalid Askri can curb his eccentric side when their team face Ronaldinho's Atletico Mineiro in today's Club World Cup semi-final.
GLITCH: Title chasers go five points behind leaders Juve after 2-2 draw at Milan
ZAGREB: Croatia defender Josip Simunic will miss the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil after being suspended for 10 matches by Fifa for making pro-Nazi chants at the end of last month's playoff victory over Iceland.
LONDON: Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher has revealed he did not know whether he would be able to live normally again as he battled with a debilitating medical condition.