1. European Cup 1992: One Of Soccer's Greatest Fairytale Endings

    The 1992 European Football Championship took place in Sweden. At the time, only eight countries took part in the final tournament. Seven countries had to qualify for the final stage, while Sweden qualified automatically as the hosts of the event...

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  2. Tennis Players That Changed The Game: Steffi Graf

    Steffi Graf. When you hear the name, you think one of the greatest females to ever play tennis (if not the greatest). She won 22 Grand Slam singles titles over her career—second only to Margaret Court's 24...

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  3. Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: World Cup 2010 Qualifying on September 10

    The second day of World Cup 2010 qualifying matches was better than the first. More exciting games, great performances, and shocking victories...

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  4. Tennis Players That Changed the Game: John McEnroe

    "You cannot be serious." The famous John McEnroe quote was directed toward umpires that made calls during his matches. Not all the time, just when he disagreed with a decision. McEnroe was well known for getting fired up and having a bad temper...

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  5. Brady Crunch: The Hit Heard Around The Football World

    Tom Brady's 2008 NFL season is over after less than a quarter of action. Last year's league MVP left the field after being hit on the left leg against the Kansas City Chiefs...

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  6. Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: World Cup 2010 Qualifying on Sept. 6

    The first day of qualifying matches for World Cup 2010 in South Africa is done. Beginning today, I will do a thumbs up, thumbs down recap of the action in qualifying...

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  7. Tennis Players That Changed The Game: Ivan Lendl

    This series will highlight present and former tennis players who changed the way the game is played. Whether it is a style, attitude, or a signature move, it will be discussed...

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  8. Tennis Players That Changed The Game: Bjorn Borg

    This series will highlight present, and former tennis players that changed the way the game is played. Whether it is a style, attitude, or a signature move, it will be discussed...

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  9. No EPL This Week? No Problem!

    The English Premier League is taking the week off from action, due to the World Cup 2010 qualifying matches taking place on the weekend. This gives everyone the opportunity to watch a bit of international football...

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  10. Top-10 NFL Players Looking for a Bounce-Back Season in 2008

    Tough seasons happen to just about everyone. Whether it be because of injuries, lack of production, or team chemistry, it's difficult to avoid, especially the injury component...

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  11. Can the St.Louis Rams Rebound?

    Just five years ago, the St. Louis Rams finished the season 12-4. The next season, they barely made the postseason going 8-8. What happened during those two years? The team didn't lose anyone, and all the key guys were still playing...

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  12. Flavio Cipolla Shows No Class After Defeat to Stanislas Wawrinka

    Number 10 seed, Stanislas Wawrinka fought back to defeat Flavio Cipolla in five sets (5-7, 6-7, 6-4, 6-0, 6-4) after dropping the opening two...

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  13. Martin Brodeur Had Avery Reason to be Upset with Sean

    Game Three between the New Jersey Devils and New York Rangers in last season's playoffs witnessed one of the most unusual tactics to distract a goalie. Sean Avery was the perpetrator...

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  14. Five Shockers at The U.S Open

    This year's U.S Open in tennis has served plenty of shocking victories early on. With Rafael Nadal the new number-one on the mens side, and nobody clearly dominating on the womens, it's as wide open as ever...

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  15. A Super Win For Zenit St Petersburg

    Zenit St Petersburg shocked Manchester United to win the UEFA Super Cup, building great confidence for the UEFA Champions League. The first half saw United with more possession, but it was the Russian club that created the better scoring chances...

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  16. The Greatest Comebacks in Hockey

    The Montreal Canadiens erasing a five-goal deficit against the New York Rangers this year? Or how about the Los Angeles Kings coming back from four-nothing against the Dallas Stars? These are ...

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  17. The Dutch Come Through In The Clutch

    Dutchmen Dirk Kuyt and Ryan Babel combined to score in the 118th minute for Liverpool against Standard Liege on Wednesday, sending the Reds into the group stages of the UEFA Champions League...

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  18. The Russian Rocket, Pavel Bure

    Pavel Bure began playing hockey at the age of 16, representing the Soviet Red Army Team. The Russian Rocket was the nickname given to him due to the tremendous speed and skill with which he played the game...

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  19. Can Roman Pavlyuchenko Replace Dimitar Berbatov?

    With Robbie Keane off to Liverpool, and Dimitar Berbatov looking ready to pack his bags too, Tottenham Hotspur must sign a striker. Roman Pavlyuchenko appears to be their saviour for this task...

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  20. Gone, But Not Forgotten

    All of the writers on Bleacher Report have one thing in common: We love to write about sports. Predictions, player profiles, and stats all run in our heads. The great athletes we watch give us plenty of inspiration and encouragement for our work...

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  21. Islander Fans, Remember...

    Hey, New York Islander fans, remember Mariusz Czerkawski? It's only been a few years, so I'm sure many of you know who I'm talking about. The Polish Prince spent six years with the Islanders organization, and played his best hockey there...

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  22. Arsene Wenger's Gunners Seem to Be Firing Blanks

    Arsenal were victorious last week against West Brom, but hardly convincing. Samir Nasri scored the only goal, and the Gunners held on for the one-nothing win. Not the score fans expected at Emirates Stadium against a newcomer team...

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  23. Mike Weber or Andrej Sekera: Who Will Fill Out the Buffalo Sabres' Defense?

    This season, I'm hoping the Buffalo Sabres' defense won't be a problem. The brave return of Teppo Numminen and the acquisition of Craig Rivet give the Sabres that veteran presence that was missing last season...

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  24. Toronto Maple Leafs: Most Exciting Team in Hockey

    I know what some of you are probably thinking. This is a joke. Or, is this kid serious? Well this isn't a hoax, and I'm telling the truth, as I see it. Of course, I have reasoning behind this...

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  25. The Day Dominik Hasek Left Buffalo

    I remember waking up on the morning of this day, and becoming utterly shocked at what I saw. I was watching The Score, and at the bottom it read that Dominik Hasek was no longer a Buffalo Sabre...

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