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Karolos Grohmann

Karolos Grohmann

    A Reus blow to Germany's World Cup hopes
    A Reus blow to Germany's World Cup hopes
    Germany, who take on Ghana, Portugal and United States in Group G, leave for Brazil on Saturday evening with 22-year-old Sampdoria defender Shkodran...
    Bayern 'have taken a big step' after beating Arsenal 3-1
    Bayern 'have taken a big step' after beating Arsenal 3-1
    Bayern will be hoping their trip to London was not the last this season with the Champions League final being held in the English capital in...
    Retired Jan Ullrich banned for doping
    Retired Jan Ullrich banned for doping
    Retired former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich has been found guilty of doping in relation to a blood-doping scandal that engulfed his sport six...
    Chelsea will put it right, says Villas-Boas
    Chelsea will put it right, says Villas-Boas
    Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas said on Tuesday he was satisfied with his team's performances leading up to Wednesday's Champions' League Group E...
    Fifa promises no empty seats at World Cup
    Fifa promises no empty seats at World Cup
    There will not be any empty seats at this year's Soccer World Cup in South Africa after a recent surge in ticket sales helped sell out about 40...
    Olympic champion Ramzi stripped of gold medal
    Olympic champion Ramzi stripped of gold medal
    Bahrain's Olympic 1 500 metres champion Rashid Ramzi has been stripped of his gold medal for doping at the Beijing 2008 Games, the Olympic...
    Games organisers to lift internet restrictions
    Games organisers to lift internet restrictions
    The International Olympic Committee and the Chinese organisers Bocog have agreed to lift all internet restrictions for media covering the Beijing...
    Tennis betting probe finds no institutional corruption
    Tennis betting probe finds no institutional corruption
    A probe has found no systematic or institutional corruption within tennis but new measures were needed to boost the sport's anti-corruption drive,...
    IOC eyes healthy profits from Beijing Games
    IOC eyes healthy profits from Beijing Games
    From its dangerously empty coffers in the late 1970s to the multibillion-dollar revenues from the Beijing 2008 Games, the International Olympic...
    Olympics torch lit amid protest
    Olympics torch lit amid protest
    Pro-Tibet demonstrators tried to hijack the Beijing Olympic torch-lighting ceremony in ancient Olympia on Monday.
    Nationwide strike over pensions cripples Greece
    Nationwide strike over pensions cripples Greece
    A 24-hour nationwide strike against the Greek government's economic and pension reforms crippled transport on Wednesday and shut down public...
    Greek conservative poll victors face tough reforms
    Greek conservative poll victors face tough reforms
    Greece's conservatives on Monday faced the tough task of tackling reforms needed to catch up with euro zone countries after winning a second...