Al-Ahram Weekly Online
16 - 22 May 2002
Issue No.586
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Do-or-die clashes becoming common
Must-win matches are now plentiful for the leaders of the tightest football league race in years, writes Alaa Shahine

Half - time
Consideration lacking
By Inas Mazhar

African draw keeps local rivals apart
Ahli and Zamalek were placed in separate groups in soccer's African Champions League, reports Abeer Anwar

Poring over CVs
Egyptian handball is looking for a new head coach. Inas Mazhar sees how far the search has gone

Still in the water
Egypt's greatest swimmer before she retired, Rania Elwani's love affair with water continues -- but there has been a career change. Nashwa Abdel-Tawab talks to the gold fish who has a new wish

Squash is the last stop
In her first international championship, Lina El-Tannir came out first after winning the under-15 German Junior Squash Open --read on--

Death in the family
Optimistic Eriksson
Africa's moment
Djorkaeff to bow out

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