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Bethlehem Vengthlang FC midfielder Peter Biaksangzuala's somersault after scoring a goal went horribly wrong.
The 2014 Commonwealth Games take place in Glasgow from July 23, less than two months before the independence referendum
Players will now be able to wear a hijab or turban during football matches, according to the sport's governing body.
Following successful testing at Club World Cup, FIFA announces goal-line systems will be in use at 2014 tournament.
J-League champions Sanfrecce Hiroshima beat Auckland City 1-0 in opening match as goal-line technology debuts.
Football moves closer to using goal-line technology as two providers are given green light to install systems.
Football's world governing body ends its ban on female players wearing item, with new designs eliminating injury risk.
Football's world governing body has agreed to allow the introduction of either the Hawk-Eye or GoalRef systems.
Following Ukraine's disallowed goal at Euros, we look at arguments for and against introducing goal-line technology.
Following Ukraine's disallowed goal at Euros, we look at arguments for and against introducing goal-line technology.
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