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Lancaster commits to Hull FC
Hull FC winger Callum Lancaster has committed his long-term future to the Black and Whites after signing his first full-time contract until the end of 2017.
Tan still up for the challenge
Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan admits he is unsure if he would have taken control of the club if he knew of the issues he would face in his time in charge.
Fernandez Lobbe to miss Test
Argentina will be without former captain Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe when they face Australia in the Rugby Championship on Saturday.
NFL Week 5 predictions
Sky Sports News' Richard Graves previews the weekend's NFL action and gives his predictions for the latest round of games.
Royals see off A's in extras
The Kansas City Royals progressed to the American League Division Series with a 9-8 marathon victory over the Oakland Athletics in 12 innings on Tuesday.
Serena heading for Perth
World No 1 Serena Williams has confirmed she will play in January’s Hopman Cup in Perth alongside Jack Sock in the United States team.
New Zealand recall Bracewell
All-rounder Doug Bracewell has been recalled to the New Zealand Test squad for next month’s three-match series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates after being dropped for disciplinary issues earlier this year.
Rodgers in Sturridge warning
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has told Roy Hodgson that Daniel Sturridge will not be fit to play for England next week, even if he returns to action for the Reds this weekend.
Pellegrini remains defiant
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini insists there is still "plenty to play for" in the Champions League despite his side being held to a 1-1 draw at home to Roma.
St Mirren boss Craig upbeat
St Mirren manager Tommy Craig says he is hopeful his side can use their impressive comeback against Aberdeen at Pittodrie as a springboard to turn their season around.
Adams proud despite loss
Norwich manager Neil Adams admits he was bitterly disappointed to see his side go down to a late goal at home to Charlton, but refused to lay any blame on his "top class" players following the loss.
McKinlay praises Watford focus
Newly-appointed Watford head coach Billy McKinlay was impressed by the way his players ignored the upheaval of recent days to secure victory against Brentford.
Bridgewater worry for Vikings
Teddy Bridgewater has emerged as an injury concern for Minnesota ahead of Thursday’s trip to Green Bay.
Mourinho happy with Lisbon win
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was pleased with his side's performance in their away 1-0 win over Sporting Lisbon in the UEFA Champions League Group G, despite a host of missed scoring chances.
Clark hails 'resolute' Birmingham
Lee Clark saluted his "resolute" Birmingham side after they finally kicked their habit of throwing away the lead in Sky Bet Championship encounters.
Hyypia hails best performance
Brighton boss Sami Hyypia felt his side produced their best display of the season despite being held to a 1-1 home draw against Cardiff.
Rosler: Whelan boosted Wigan
Uwe Rosler revealed Wigan chairman Dave Whelan delivered a pre-match pep talk which inspired his team to earn a 0-0 draw against high-flying Nottingham Forest.
Evans proud of Blackburn scalp
Boss Steve Evans hailed Rotherham's 2-0 Sky Bet Championship victory over Blackburn as good as any result he has achieved in his spell in charge of the club.
McCarthy hails resilient Ipswich
Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy was pleased to see his side dig deep to extend their impressive recent run with a hard-earned 1-1 draw against Sheffield Wednesday.
McClaren pleased with patience
Derby head coach Steve McClaren believes patience brought its own reward as his team marked his first year in charge with a 2-0 victory over a Bournemouth side reduced to 10 men by goalkeeper Lee Camp's sending-off.
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