Sport in Short: Football

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MARK ROBINS, the 21-year-old Manchester United striker, looks set to join the German club Dynamo Dresden for pounds 800,000. The fee has already been agreed between the clubs.

GLEN KIRTON, the Football Association's 45-year-old head of public affairs, has been appointed tournament director for the 1996 European Championship, which is to be staged in England. The appointment was confirmed at the FA's summer meeting in Windermere yesterday.

OXFORD UNITED have completed the signing of Darlington's 26-year-old striker, Nick Cusack, for pounds 95,000.

SOUTH AFRICA twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with Cameroon yesterday in front of 50,000 spectators at the FNB Stadium near Soweto. The result meant that the three-match series against the 1990 World Cup quarter-finalists, South Africa's first taste of international football for 29 years, was tied 1-1.

GERMANY defeated Italy 4-3 in a replay of the 1982 World Cup final in Bologna last night. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Hansi Muller, Paul Breitner and Horst Hrubesch scored for Germany, with Paolo Rossi and Francesco Graziani (2) replying for the Italians.

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY (Johannesburg): South Africa 2 (C Masinga 43, B Masinga 51) Cameroon 2 (Pagal 6, Ewane 46).