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Football: Brazil plot Germany demise without Neymar, Silva

Football: Brazil plot Germany demise without Neymar, SilvaBELO HORIZONTE: Brazil and Germany collide in a heavyweight clash of continental superpowers here Tuesday as the World Cup semi-finals get under way.The prize for the winner is a place in Sunday´s final where they will meet either Argentina or the Netherlands, who face off in another South America-Europe semi-final duel on Tuesday.Brazil face Germany missing star striker Neymar and captain Thiago Silva after an appeal to FIFA to rescind his suspension fell on deaf ears on Monday.Two hundred

Real Madrid great Di Stefano dies – media

MADRID: Former Real Madrid soccer star Alfredo Di Stefano, 88, has died in a Madrid hospital two days after suffering a heart attack, Spanish newspapers reported on Monday.Argentina-born Di Stefano, who helped turn Real Madrid into a leading side in the 1950s and is considered one of the greatest footballers of all time, was taken to the intensive care unit of the Gregorio Maranon hospital on Saturday.He had suffered an 18-minute respiratory arrest, emergency services sources said.El Pais and El Mundo newspapers reported Di Stefano’s death.The

Football: FIFA reject Brazil Silva plea, Neymar probe

RIO DE JANEIRO  FIFA disciplinary chiefs issued a double snub to World Cup hosts Brazil on Monday, rejecting an appeal for captain Thiago Silva's semi-final suspension to be overturned and dismissing calls for retrospective action against Colombia defender Juan Camilo Zuniga.A statement from FIFA's Disciplinary Committee said no action would be taken against Zuniga for his tackle which left Brazil striker Neymar with a tournament-ending back injury.The statement said the committee "deeply regrets the incident and the serious

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