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Decision day for lawmakers
Video replays, substitutes, sin bins and time-keeping will be discussed on Saturday morning as world football's lawmakers gather in Craigavad, high on the slopes of the Holywood Hills near Belfast.
Pellegrini backing for Kompany
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has backed his captain Vincent Kompany to prove his critics wrong after the Belgian's latest errors at the Etihad.
Terry: Win could spark run
John Terry hopes winning the Capital One Cup will open the floodgates for more trophies for Chelsea, just as it did in 2005.
Steele leads at rainy Florida
Brendan Steele fired four early birdies to top the leaderboard after a weather-affected second day at the Honda Classic.
Pochettino: I'm the boss
Mauricio Pochettino will not lose any sleep over the Tottenham players who will not feature in Sunday's Capital One Cup final, insisting they need to know he is the boss.
Van Gaal rues lack of goals
Louis van Gaal admits Manchester United have fallen behind Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal this season because they have lacked a prolific goalscorer.
Saints extend lead at the top
Northampton beat Harlequins 17-13 at Franklin's Gardens to move 13 points clear at the top of the Aviva Premiership.
American Diaz dies aged 32
American welterweight Oscar Diaz, whose career was ended when he sustained a brain injury in a fight nearly seven years ago, has died aged 32.
Rangers held by Falkirk
Rangers missed the chance to go second in the Scottish Championship table after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Falkirk.
England Women lose again
World Cup winners England suffered their second away defeat in the Women's Six Nations on Friday, losing 11-8 to Ireland at Ashbourne RFC.
St Helens see off stubborn Cas
St Helens recovered from their 39-0 World Club Challenge humiliation by Australian champions South Sydney to beat Castleford 21-14 at Langtree Park.
McIlroy set to miss Honda cut
World No 1 Rory McIlroy is set to miss the cut at the Honda Classic after posting a four-over 74 in a rain-affected second round.
Relief for Button and McLaren
Jenson Button says the 100 laps the MP4-30 completed at Barcelona on Friday were the equivalent of a thousand laps for the fledgling McLaren-Honda reunion.
Magath proxies Rangers shares
Former Fulham boss Felix Magath has proxied his shares in Rangers to supporters ahead of the club's EGM next Friday.
Djokovic v Federer preview
The top two players in the world will clash in a dream final at the Dubai Tennis Championships on Saturday.
Divine Bishop on Festival trail
A review of Friday's action from Newbury as Bishop Wulstan and Minella Rocco won impressively.
Deila: This is just the start
Ronny Deila insists there are plenty of positives to take from Celtic's European campaign despite Inter ending their interest in the Europa League on Thursday.
Pape appeals against hefty ban
France lock Pascal Pape has appealed against his 10-week ban for kneeing Ireland's Jamie Heaslip in the back, claiming the suspension "was excessive and disproportionate".
Smith pleased with Sepang test
Bradley Smith continued his preparations for the upcoming MotoGP season by finishing sixth after testing in Sepang.
De Gea: Van Gaal row 'a lie'
David de Gea has hit back at reports claiming he has fallen out with Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal.
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