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10 of the hottest dance hits for August 2010 in a mix by DJ DiSou! Enjoy – Rate – Comment – Subscribe! TrackList: 01. Tom Boxer feat Antonia – Morena 02. Tony Ray feat Nicolle & Lavy – Love 03. Tim Berg – Bromance (Aviciis Arena Mix) 04. DJ Project – Miracle Love 05. Remady P&R – No Superstar 06. OtherView – So Long (Rivaz Radio Edit) 07. Dj Brizi and Eusebio Belli – Moliendo Cafe Laura Gaeta (Cristal Juicer emix) 08. Mark Angelo feat Shaya – Far From Everything 09. Residence Deejays feat Frissco – Lovely Smile 10. Tiko’s Groove feat. Mendonca Do Rio – Me Faz Amar Facebook Group: Summer Charts 2010 Playlist: Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!


In the appeal proceedings before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in relation to the decision notified by the FIFA Appeal Committee on 8 September 2016 imposing inter alia a transfer ban on At [read]

Every week in the build-up to Russia 2018, will be highlighting a classic FIFA World Cup image. Our latest photograph captures Ronaldo offering a helping hand to goalkeeper Oliver Kahn during [read]

The Official Mascot for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ will finally be revealed this Friday. Russian football fans have been able to vote on for which character they would like to see as the [read]

Brazil coach Tite has hailed Gabriel Jesus and believes working under Pep Guardiola will be ideal for the 19-year-old’s development. [read]

Australia's long-term talisman Tim Cahill is now spreading his magic upon the rapidly-developing A-League, helped by a miracle goal on debut for Melbourne City. [read]

Following another packed round of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ qualifiers, there has been a reshuffle on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking podium as Germany and Brazil moved into second and third respec [read] hears from some of the stars of Jordan 2016 on how they have been amusing themselves in their spare time at the tournament. [read]

From Marta through Alex Scott to Hope Solo, hears about the stars of the women's game who have become idols to the players at the U-17 Women's World Cup. [read]

Japan coach Naoki Kusunose tells about his "risky" selection policy and explains his thinking ahead of the U-17 Women's World Cup final against Korea DPR. [read]